Phineas: Aw, look at the little guy. What's the fastest way I can transfer all my assets into HIS name?
[on headphones, Mom listens intently to her Learn to Speak French instruction recording while Phineas and friends prepare to leave Earth in Meap's spaceship]
Instructor: Oh, for the love of... Would you turn around?
Phineas: [to Mom] See ya!
[a rapid "French" translation plays, then Meap's spaceship blasts off]
Mom: [frowning over her French lessons] Well, when is THAT ever gonna come up in conversation?
Candace: I just need to broaden my anxieties.
Stacy: Yeah, I guess if you're gonna have an unhealthy mind frame, it might as well benefit me.
Mitch: Not even you can stop me from becoming the cutest being in the universe.
Narrator: A long time ago in a studio in Burbank, California, a ragtag group of animators made a fake trailer for a Meap Sequel they never intended to make. Unfortunately, everyone wanted to see that episode, so the animators were forced to write it and incorporate all these seemingly unrelated scenes.
Narrator: I guess the joke was on them. We now present... Meapless in Seattle.
Southern Meap: You see, where I come from, cuteness is valued above all else, and the source of our planet's cuteness is a very rare element called Cutonium.
Dr. Doofenschmirtz: What kind of a world are we living in where a guy can't down the contents of a mysterious urn found in a trench without undergoing major physical transmogrification, really?
Meap: Well, my little friend, it looks like we're about to meet our untimely demise.
Dr. Doofenschmirtz: Yeah, speak for yourself! I'm gonna try to land on you so you'll break my fall!
Meap: My word, we've been falling for a long time!
Dr. Doofenschmirtz: Oh, a joke about the commercial break. Yeah, THAT'S how I wanna spend my last few seconds.