In "Perry the Actorpus": Candace becomes a negative leader in the Stop the Busting seminar (a volunteer program to curb girls' tattling on younger brothers). Thanks to Phineas, Perry becomes the spokes-animal for Totally Tools, with ensuing fame obstructing his worth as an agent while Doofenschmitz unleashes his Mustache-inator. "In Bullseye!": Candace mistakes Mom's junk sculpture for the work of her brothers, leaving Phineas and Ferb free to test out their rocket-dart. Meanwhile, Lawrence Fletcher mistakenly winds up a contestant in LOVE MUFFIN's glamorous pageant of evil to elect a new leader. Though he hasn't a snowball's change on a hot plate, getting hit by contestant Rodney's evil-izer may well turn election results in his favor.
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"Bullseye!" and "Perry the Actorpus" are the two 11-minute stories that compose one episode of Phineas and Ferb. They originally aired separately on The Disney Channel, "Bullseye!" on September 30, 2011, and "Perry the Actorpus" on March 3, 2012. Though "Bullseye!" aired earliest of the two, "Perry the Actorpus" is the A-story of this pairing in subsequent half-hour airings. It was later cataloged by Disney as the 19th episode of its third season. See more
On Phineas and Ferb's second "throw," Phineas says, "Awesome! Triple ring, triple score!" to which Buford replies, "Yeah, but in the one point wedge. Three points, Baljeet." Phineas and Ferb clearly hit the double fourteen segment. See more
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