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Toy to the World
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Phineas and Ferb introduce "Perry the inaction figure".
Seizoen: [[Seizoen 1|1]]
Productie code: 108B
Uitzend nummer: 16
Geschreven door:
Bobby Gaylor
Martin Olson
Script door:
Mike Diederich
Chong Lee
Uitzend informatie
Disney Channel NL Première:
February 22, 2008
Disney XD NL Première:
Internationale Première:

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Uitgezonden met
"Jerk De Soleil"
Har D Har Toy Company's newest best-seller prompts Phineas and Ferb to make a better toy. Dr. Doofenshmirtz tries to become rich by forcing people to use his tollbooths to get in and out of the Tri-State Area.

Episode SummaryEdit

Candace has just been hired at the Har D Har Toy Company store in the Googolplex Mall across from Mr. Slushy Dawg where Jeremy works. Just as she is calling Stacy on her cell phone, Phineas and Ferb come over with their mom and check out the store. They see Candace wearing a Shimmy Jimmy hat, the featured toy in the toy store. Candace shows them one of the Shimmy Jimmy toys. Phineas thinks that it would get old real quick. Candace says sarcastically, "Like you could make a better toy," giving Phineas an idea of what they should do today.

Phineas states that they should create a toy so stupidly simple, so basically bland, so idiotically uncomplicated, that it could do almost anything. They see Perry and this gives them an idea. Ferb was moving stuff around. They create a Perry in-action figure and rush off to the Har D Har Toy Company to show them their new invention. When Phineas tells the boss that it does nothing, but it can be absolutely anything, the boss says that he likes the idea. However, a man sitting right next to the boss says that it is stupid. The boss presses a button on his desk and the man is replaced by a very optimistic person who says that the idea is brilliant. The boss brings Phineas and Ferb to their factory.

Phineas says that the factory looks so boring, and they update it, giving the workers fancy clothes to wear and making the factory much more fun, which includes releasing the tribe of Bidink-a-dinks, who used to live in the factory basement. Then the Perry inaction figures got shipped out in trucks. Withen a few hours, Perry the in-action figure has gone worldwide. Since Candace works at the Har D Har Toy Store in the mall, she is forced to wear a platypus suit. She hopes that Jeremy won't see her in the ridiculous costume but he does and says she looks nice.

Perry gets trapped in a brick trap and Doofenshmirtz explains to him that he made a replica of the tri-state area. Then he said he wanted to create a great wall and have people pay him expensive tolls so that he would be rich. Also to cut out citizens from the rest of the world. Then Perry escapes and chases Doofenshmirtz who falls from a skylight, and falls in a box of Perry in-action figures.

Back at the toy factory, a marketing employee shows Phineas and Ferb posters of Perry such as Perry the secret agent and other themes. Phineas says that he's just a platypus. Doofenshmirtz gets caught in one of the Perry boxes and gets shipped off in a boat to a foreign country to spread the word of the in-action figures. Phineas and Ferb see Perry doing his secret agent job but throw him in the trash, thinking that it is just another figure that the workers have designed. Perry then gets out and flies out in a helicopter. The boss asks Phineas and Ferb what toy they want to design next, but Phineas states that they're going home because their mom is making supper. After they leave, the employees decided to make a brick toy next, which soon hits the market and gets its very own commercial which Phineas and Ferb see and think is a very silly and ridiculous toy idea. "Now who would buy a brick for a toy?" is Phineas's statement. "It does absolutely nothing," remarks Ferb. They continued watching TV eating their chicken.

SongsEdit

End CreditsEdit

Seeing the commercial of brick, then at Har D Har toy store, many kids were buying bricks and the uniforms were replaced with a brick rather than the Shimmy Jimmy costume and Candace, now dressed as a brick, feels rather embarrassed and a little self-conscious, thinking Jeremy may see her. Then Jeremy comes over, and talks to Candace about the ridiculous things they make you wear sometimes, such as his weenie-hat. With this, Candace feels much better that he understands her.

GalleryEdit

Toy to the World title card
The image gallery for this episode may be viewed here.

Running GagsEdit

The "Too Young" LineEdit

J.B.: Hold on there, aren't you a bit young to be toy designers?
Phineas: Well... I don't think so.

Phineas: Do you have anything else?
Worker Who Agrees With Everything: Uhm, no, no I don't.

Ferb's LinesEdit

He provides sound effects during his demonstration of the Perry the Inaction Figure. (Thomas Sangster's voice is most recognizable when Ferb is doing the Tango demonstration.)

Ferb: Um, that man isn't wearing any clothes.

Phineas: Now who would buy a brick for a toy?
Ferb: It does absolutely nothing.

Whatcha doin'?Edit

None.

Perry's entrance to his lairEdit

Perry goes over a wall of fasteners in the hardware store and pulls on a bag in the display. The display turns around and Perry is in his lair with his fedora on.

Memorable QuotesEdit

Phineas: What we need is a toy so stupidly simple... so basically bland... so idiotically uncomplicated... that it can do absolutely anything.

Commercial: Better watch what he's throwin', he ain't wearing no pants! Shimmy Jimmy!

Major Monogram: Animals are rioting, convicts are escaping from the zoo!

Phineas: Wait a minute. This is a toy factory. How did this chocolate river get here? Who the heck are you guys?

The Ba-dink-a-dinks: We are the Ba-dink-a-dinks!
A Ba-dink-a-dink: You set us free when you remodeled the factory. We'd been trapped in there for years, making foam peanuts and snipping the tabs off of plastic.
The Ba-dink-a-dinks: We will now lay waste to the surface dwellers!

Phineas: ...Okay, then. Carry on.

Store Manager: Fantastic! You look like number one!
Candace: I feel like number two.
Store Manager: That's the spirit!

Har D Har Company board Member: But we've always made climby toys. I mean, who could forget Climbin' Simon? Or what about Ascendin' Brendan? And then of course there's Ladderman Larry. Or the classic Climby Jaimie?

Doofenshmirtz: Trapped in a crate of Perry the Platypus Inaction Figure toys CURSE YOU PERRY THE PLATYPUS!

Perry: Looking around for Doofenshmirtz and unable to find him; he decides the mission is now over

Doofenshmirtz: Carried onto a cargo ship Where am I? I hope I'm not on a boat, 'cause I get seasick.

Background InformationEdit

  • 15th episode produced. 16th episode aired, first broadcast on February 22, 2008.
  • J. K. Simmons, famous as "J. Jonah Jameson" from the Spider-Man trilogy and "Mac MacGruff" from Juno cameos as the head of the toy company.
  • Remodeling the factory and updating the employee uniforms is one of the few Big Ideas that is not destroyed by Dr. Doofenshmirtz at the end of the episode.
  • This is the first episode where Major Monogram calls Agent P "Perry".
  • First appearance of The Ballpit Kid.
  • Ferb and the secretary are seen wearing three different sets of clothes, while Phineas goes through four.
  1. Their normal clothes.
  2. The new elf-like employee uniform.
  3. Clown outfit (secretary), Sherlock Holmes (Phineas), Dr. John Watson (Ferb)
  4. Purple "Willy Wonka" suit (Phineas)
  • During the commercial for Perry the Inaction Figure, sixteen different backgrounds are shown, and the commercial makes note that the backgrounds are not included with the toy. The backgrounds are:
  1. Purple, pink and green stars.
  2. A western picture with a cowboy on a horse at the top of a mesa (possible reference to "The Magnificent Few").
  3. A fashion show catwalk (possible reference to "Run Away Runway").
  4. Ice fishing.
  5. In a room with randomly-shaped rectangles in shades of purple.
  6. Standing on the sand in the boys' backyard (from "Lawn Gnome Beach Party of Terror").
  7. A desert scene reminiscent of Arches National Park in Utah.
  8. Inside someone's room (it maybe appear to be the boys' room).
  9. The boys' backyard in front of their tree.
  10. A field of flowers with a huge rainbow.
  11. A jungle with a snake in a tree.
  12. A ski resort (from "S'Winter").
  13. A blue background with overlapping blue ovals and the ever-present triangles.
  14. Mr. Slushy Burger stand in the Danville woods.
  15. On the surface of the moon (with the ever-present triangles visible on the surface of the moon).
  16. The United States flag.
  • Episode description from the original Phineas and Ferbruary 2008 press release: [1]
In "Toy to the World," airing Friday, Ferb-ruary 22, Candace gets a job at the mall toy store which inspires Phineas and Ferb to design their own toy - a wooden version of Perry. When a toy company buys their idea, Phineas and Ferb have a great time turning the boring toy factory into a kid-friendly world of toys. The Perry toy becomes a huge hit and now Candace's job is a nightmare: she's forced to wear a Perry costume while the store is over-run with eager customers. Meanwhile Dr. Doofenshmirtz can't bear that Perry is everywhere.

ContinuityEdit

AllusionsEdit

  • Charlie and the Chocolate Factory: The purple suit that Phineas wears, the chocolate river and the Ba-dink-a-dinks are references to the book. The purple suit is a closer match to the suit worn by Gene Wilder in "Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory", rather than the maroon suit worn by Johnny Depp in "Charlie and the Chocolate Factory".
  • Joy to the World: The episode title is a reference to the song.
  • The Ren & Stimpy Show: The advertising of a brick as a children's toy is similar to the popular toy "Log" from this show.
  • The Emperor's New Clothes: Ferb's comment about the CEO's lack of clothes.
  • James Bond - The way the CEO eliminates the worker who thinks that Phineas and Ferb's idea won't work, is reminiscent of the way that super-villain Ernst Stavro Blofeld dispatches an underling who has failed him.
  • King Kong - The toy "Ascendin' Brendon" is a gorilla that climbs a building, mimicing the famous scene from the film.

CastEdit

designates a character that did not appear in this episode

ReferencesEdit


Vorige geproduceerde aflevering:
"Jerk De Soleil"
"Toy to the World" Volgende geproduceerde aflevering:
"One Good Scare Ought to Do It!"
Vorige uitgezonden aflevering:
"I Scream, You Scream"
Volgende uitgezonden aflevering:
"Get That Bigfoot Outa My Face!"


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