Phineas and Ferb the Movie: Across the 2nd Dimension

Synopsis: Perry's worst fear comes true when Phineas and Ferb find out that he is in fact Secret Agent P, but that soon pales in comparison during a trip to the 2nd dimension where Perry finds out that Dr. Doofenshmirtz is truly evil and successful.
  Nominated for 1 Primetime Emmy. Another 3 wins & 3 nominations.
 
IMDB:
7.5
TV-G
Year:
2011
78 min
1,910 Views


I'll be honest, Ferb.

I'm having a hard time putting a positive spin on this.

But I guess that's life, huh?

One minute, you're having the best day ever, the next, you're being fed to a monster the size of a two-car garage.

Yeah? Well, welcome to my life.

And everything started out so well this morning.

Good morning, Perry.

Now that's the way to wake up.

This is gonna be the best day ever.

We consider every day a plus To spend it with a platypus We're always so ecstatic 'Cause he's semi-aquatic Our Ornithorhynchus anatinus Brings smiles to the both of us Life's never fuddy-duddy With our web-footed buddy When we're brushing our teeth It's better Tying our shoes It's better Combing our hair It's better Like we're a cheese sandwich And he's the cheddar Blinking our eyes It's better Breathing in and out So much better Sitting in a chair It's better And taking a bath Just a little bit wetter Every day is such a dream When it's started with a monotreme He's duck-billed and he's beaver-tailed and hairy You know that he's hairy Everything's better with Perry Everything's better with Perry Everything's better with Perry Everything's better with Perry Everything's better with Perry Everything's better with Perry Everything's better with Perry It's better And we just want to tell you, Perry Everything's better with you Better with you Good morning, boys.

Happy anniversary, Perry.

Oh, that's right! Gosh. I can't believe it's been five years.

I remember the day we first got you.

Come on, kids. Pick out any pet you want.

Look, Phineas, this one's looking at you!

And this one's looking at you, Ferb.

Why won't anything look at me?

Ferb! This one's looking at both of us at the same time.

That thing? You're kidding, right?

Is there something I can do for you?

Yes. We'd like that one, please.

You'd like to adopt a platypus?

Is that what it is? Well, yes.

May we have him, please? Okay.

What would you even name a platypus?

Of course, Ferb and I knew exactly what to call you.

Bartholemew! Bartholemew!

And then when we got you home, we renamed you Perry and gave you this locket.

Look how young we all were.

Hey, Jeremy. You wanna go to the mall?

You know, I'd love to, but my dad's taking me to check out his old college today.

Booyah! Go Polecats! Booyah!

He's already set up an interview with an academic advisor.

Can you believe that?

Gee, Jeremy, I forgot you're a whole year older than me.

A trip to college? That's... That's really great.

Okay, well, I'll talk to you later. Bye.

Jeremy! In the blink of an eye, you'll be moving on to the next phase of your life.

You'll be going to college and wearing tweed jackets with patches on the elbows.

You'll be so mature.

And look at me. I'm a child!

Jeremy, you'll see. I can mature. Starting with taking this silly photo off.

Mr Miggins! Have you been there the whole time?

All right, looks like the pitcher's ready. And batter up!

Batter, batter, batter, swing!

Yes, sports fans, that may be the best hit ever in the history of platypult baseball.

And the crowd exhales loudly through their mouths.

And Fletcher snags the pop fly. He's out!

Hi, Phineas! What you doing?

Turning Perry's involuntary reflex into a sporting event.

Hi, Perry, can I try?

Whoa, momma! Nice sh*t, Isabella.

Did someone lose a ball?

Yeah, we were just playing platypult.

I love platypus-themed sports.

You know, if we had two Perrys, we could put a net between them and play platypult badminton. Who's Annette?

Ferb, that's it! I know what we're gonna do today.

No, seriously. Who's Annette?

Okay, everyone, I think the tail is all set. I'll just go check with the foreman.

He's gone! Hey, where's Perry?

Did he really slip away? On his anniversary?

Sometimes it seems like Perry's missed every single cool thing we've done all summer long.

I guess he can do whatever he wants.

After all, it's his day, right?

Hey, what was that small noise?

Let's all go walk over to it.

Good morning, Agent P. A quick word.

Recently you've been having some close calls and your host family has almost caught you sneaking into your lair several times.

No need to remind you, but I'll do it anyway, that if your cover's blown, you'll have to be transferred to another city with another host family.

And we both know you wouldn't like that.

I remember the day you were first assigned.

Enjoy your platypus!

Thank you, cheerio!

Agent assignment complete, sir.

Good job, Karl.

If you keep up the great work, you'll make unpaid intern in no time.

- And I did. Don't get cocky, Karl.

Agent P, as you know, every operative is equipped with an autoscan replication device just like the one in your hat.

We've been using the information you've gathered to replicate each and every one of Dr Doofenshmirtz's Inators.

Our top men have been analysing them to determine if they've been getting smarter or dumber.

And to be honest, the jury's still out.

Now we find out that he's in the process of building an alternate-dimension-related Inator.

Your assignment is to stop him before he finishes building it.

Behind you, rising dramatically from the floor, is Karl, with some high-tech gadgets that you might find useful.

Sir? Hello? I didn't step on in time.

Would you mind lowering the platform again?

Great. Let me cue the music again.

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