In "When Worlds Collide:" Phineas and Ferb hold a sleepover so they can check out their space probe. Buford's dubious past encounter with an alien "whalemingo" gets verified when the group discovers the creature's home planet. Unfortunately, earlier that day, Doofenshmirtz' Sphere Attract-inator inadvertently pulled it from its orbit, hurtling it toward Earth. In "Road to Danville:" Perry and Doofenshmirtz become road buddies of a sort then they have to hoof it back to civilization after the latest inator zaps them both into the heart of the nearest desert. Written by
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According to the "Bust Accord" (a signed contract between Mom and Candice), Candice is not allowed to bust her brothers: (1) during the school year in the time allotted for her to do her homework, (2) at the dinner table, (3) while operating a vehicle or any other heavy machinery, (4) while holding or otherwise in possession of a wild or domesticated animal, (5) while in the middle of an unrelated sentence, (6) from a distance of more than 1900 miles, (7) on the subway, (8) while covered in hair and honey, (9) while pie is being served, (10) while Mom is at the beauty salon, (11) during a date with Jeremy, or (12) more than once a day. See more
Yeah, sorry. No time for a trap. It's nothing personal. You see, today is the Annual Love Muffin Summer Stock Festival and I got the title role, so I have to take over the Tr-State Area by 3:30 if I want to make curtain. Uh, that doesn't... leave me much time for, you know, the trapping and the fighting; so, instead, I built this - the Trip-to-the-Desert-inator! It's going to send you to the desert, and I can get on with my day.
References 127 Hours
sung by Jen Hirsh
, chorus by Laura Dickinson
composed by Robert F. Hughes, Jeff 'Swampy' Marsh, Celeste Moreno, Martin Olsen See more