Raiders Of Danville Park - Part Two“Seriously?!” Perry jumped down from the couch. “Seriously? THAT’S how they escape? Their captors just randomly melt into the sky?”More Like This
“Yep.” Phineas said.
“I was SO into this movie.” Perry flopped back down onto the couch. “I was so interested in watching him escape from every impossible situation. That’s my job, you know, escaping from traps. So I was really impressed. The guy even wears a fedora! And I was REALLY looking forward to seeing how they escaped THIS thing, and their captors just TURN INTO CANDLE WAX AND SWIRL RANDOMLY INTO THE SKY?”
“Yep.” Phineas said. “Watch what they do with the box that melted them.”
Perry slammed his head against Ferb’s shoulder and watched.
On the television, a man was transporting a box into a storage unit.
“A STORAGE UNIT?” Perry shouted. The credits began to roll. “SERIOUSLY? SERIOUSLY! NO! I WAS SO INTO THIS MOVIE!”
Raiders Of Danville Park - Part Three“No.” Ernest said.More Like This
“We haven’t even made contact yet.” Palmer knocked on the door.
“NO, Agent. I do NOT approve-” Ernest started to walk back to the hovercar, but Palmer grabbed hold of his wing.
“You wanna learn to skate, don’t you?” Palmer asked.
“I never requested-”
“Well, you got in the hovercar.”
“Agent, I simply CANNOT condone this. We are leaving-”
The door opened. A platypus with bright green eyes poked her head out. “Who the heck are you and what… Perry?”
“Not Perry. Pal.” Palmer said. “Remember me? Alien invasion?”
“Right.” Prince glared at Ernest. “And I certainly remember you. What are you doing here?”
“He’s here to learn how to skate.” Palmer said.
Prince burst out laughing.
Ernest flushed. “Agent, I…”
“Oh, cut it out.” Palmer said. “We came here because you
Raiders Of Danville Park - Part FourPerry was surprised they hadn’t noticed the huge radio tower when they had first left the museum. It towered over every single building.More Like This
Phineas’s eyes were huge. “Woah. Look at that, Ferb. I’d say I know what we’re gonna do tomorrow, but I guess we get to build this anyway, huh?”
Ferb nodded, transfixed.
“Come on.” Perry pulled them toward the tower.
The tower was sitting in the middle of an area marked off with construction tape. A man in his mid-twenties was sitting against one of the tower’s legs, examining a blueprint.
“Judging by the red hair and the triangle-shaped head, I’m gonna assume that’s you.” Perry said.
Phineas skipped over to the construction tape. “Hi.”
The older Phineas gave a yell and fell over backwards.
“Sorry, didn’t mean to surprise you.” Phineas frowned.
The older Phineas pointed at him with a shaking finger.
“Um… why are you so freaked out? Y
Reindeer Paws - Part FourteenPerry padded downstairs. He could hear the family’s voices from the living room.More Like This
“…really is the best gift ever. I wonder how it got on our doorstep!” Linda was saying.
“The boys!” Candace said. “The boys invented this contraption that gives everyone…”
“Oh, the boys did this?” Linda said happily. “What a lovely gift, you two. Thank you so much.”
“You’re so welcome, mom!” Phineas said.
Perry waddled into the living room. The tree looked beautiful, even from the back, with Candace’s trapeze-artist-butt-platypus topper.
“Perry! You’re awake!” Phineas picked Perry up and hugged him. “Merry Christmas, buddy! Look what the Best Gift Ever is for you!”
Perry noticed Ferb was holding a coupon for a lifetime supply of chocolate milk.
“Here you go, Perry.” Phineas handed Perry a small, round package.
Perry ripped the wrapping paper off with his teeth, rev