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(July 20, 2013)
An alien named Meap crashes in Phineas and Ferb's backyard, and runs off. The boys try to find him. Meanwhile, Doofenshmirtz tries to find his old friend Balloony.
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Ferb "The Curve" Fletcher about to pitch.
Phineas catches the baseball in their backyard.
Candace with her Bango Ru.
"I just discovered why cows and frogs don't date."
"Meap... He's the most adorable thing in the world!"
Isabella is annoyed that Phineas appears to find Meap cuter than her.
Isabella is getting a little annoyed with Phineas.
Doofeshmirtz's search for Balloony
Agent P trapped with static electricity
The Search for Meap
Isabella tries to get Phineas's attention.
Phineas can't figure out where the "cute interference" is coming from.
Ferb's work and testing
Ferb repairs the spaceship.
Ferb tests out the spaceship.
Ferb's skin peels off of his face.
"We must never speak of this again."
...and backs up a bit to flirt with her.
"You're diggin' my ride from outer space."
Candace and Meap
Meap holds a mugshot of Mitch.
"It isn't a toy! It's a real live alien space ship!"
Phineas, Ferb, and Isabella get reeled in by Mitch.
Phineas, Ferb, and Isabella play with Mitch's hostages.
Isabella is angry at Big Mitch for harming space animals.
"Hmm. I'm having trouble picking up [Meap's] cute signal."
"Phineas, since you obviously won't figure this out on your own..."
"...I think I'm the one causing the cute interference."
"Don't be silly, Isabella."
"...and adjusted the cute meter settings accordingly from the beginning."
"See, look what happens when I change it back to normal."
The Cuteness Meter overloads from picking up Isabella's cuteness.
"Oops. So much for finding Meap."
"Hi Mitch! Look at the cool stuff, Mitch! Blah blah blah, Mitch!"
Isabella is impressed that Meap can fight against Big Mitch.
Phineas and Ferb during the end credits.
Meap during the end credits.
Original drawing of Meap by Jon Colton Barry.
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