After reading too many detective novels, Candace tries to use the tactics of world famous Sherlock Holmes to bust her brothers. Meanwhile Agent P tries to thwart doofenshmirtz' scheme to relocate Big Ben.
In "Day of the Living Gelatin", the boys make a gelatin dessert, but, unbeknownst to them, Dr. Doofenshmirtz brings the gelatin to life. In "Elementary, My Dear Stacy", Stacy accompanies the family on a trip to London, where she and Candace try again to bust the latter's brothers, in the style of Sherlock Holmes.Written by
In "Elementary, My Dear Stacy" when Candace and Stacy are looking for clues, Candace stops under a sign that states "Free Tires". In England, where this scene is set, the sign would have said "Free Tyres". See more »
[the gelatin has turned into an evil monster, thanks to Dr. Doofenshmirtz]
All right, who added the "evil" flavor?
[everyone looks at Baljeet]
It's curry. It's not inherently evil. Maybe a little spicy.
[the monster growls]
Okay, I'm going home.
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