Phineas and Ferb Wiki

Phineas and Ferb Musical Cliptastic Countdown Hosted by Kelly Osbourne

2,788pages on
this wiki
Add New Page
Add New Page Talk134
"Phineas and Ferb Musical Cliptastic Countdown Hosted by Kelly Osbourne"
Phineas and Ferb Musical Cliptastic Countdown Hosted by Kelly Osbourne logo
One of the marathon's logos.
Season: 4
Production code: 440
Broadcast number: 190
Written by:
Bobby Gaylor[1]
Directed by:
Kim Roberson[1]
Broadcast Information
Disney Channel US Premiere:
June 28, 2013
Disney XD US Premiere:
July 13, 2013[2]
International Debut:
July 12, 2013 (Family Channel)
See more...
Be part of the musical celebration!

— Kelly Osbourne

Heinz Doofenshmirtz and Major Monogram have their hearts set on revealing the top 10 musical numbers from Seasons 2 and 3, but soon find out that celebrity host Kelly Osbourne has been brought in to fill the role. Unwilling to submit to playing second fiddle, Doofenshmirtz makes it his mission to thwart Kelly until Perry the Platypus sets out to stop his nemesis from ruining the entire show. Maia Mitchell (Teen Beach Movie) also guest stars.

Episode Summary

Act One

As the announcer introduces the countdown, Dr. Doofenshmirtz and Major Monogram enter the stage at PFT Studios, preparing to host again. However, the announcer informs them that this episode's host is Kelly Osbourne, and she comes out, excited to host the episode. Confused, Doofenshmirtz and Monogram ask Kelly what she's doing, as they believe themselves to be the hosts. Kelly offers the two the role of co-hosts, and after a list of all the songs from the show scrolls by, she kicks off the countdown with song #10 - "Candace Party".

After the clip finishes, Doofenshmirtz laments about his demotion to co-host, while Monogram states that he's fine with it. After a brief debate about the hosting hierarchy, Kelly shows #9 - "Come Home Perry".

Although Kelly is excited about the countdown, she states her concern over Doofenshmirtz & Monogram's outfits, considering them to be too "uniform-y". She and Monogram suggest that Doofenshmirtz try a cape and a Nehru jacket, respectively; after the two men head backstage to change, Kelly reveals #8 - "I'm Me".

Once the song ends, Doofenshmirtz & Monogram return to the stage, dressed exactly like Kelly. Monogram is upset that he got talked into the getup, but Doof tells him to run with it, telling him to "strike a pose". Excited, Kelly has the three of them participate in a short round of voguing. However, Doofenshmirtz gets upset, as he was about to suggest voguing, and leaves angrily. Kelly and Monogram realize that this means they get to host more, and they show song #7 - "A-G-L-E-T".

Having changed back into his uniform, Monogram agrees with Kelly's proclamation that the countdown is a lot of fun. After a brief discussion of the Nehru jacket, Kelly reveals #6 - "City of Love".

Act Two

Doofenshmirtz returns to stage with his Away-inator helmet, preparing to zap Kelly into another dimension for demoting him to co-host. However, Perry swings down from the lights and uses a mirror to reflect the -inator's ray back at Doofenshmirtz, sending him to the Baby alien's dimension instead. Happy that Perry has stopped by, Kelly lets him introduce song #5 - "Summer (Where Do We Begin?)".

After the song, Kelly reveals a surprise: Maia Mitchell has shown up to say hi. Maia comes on stage and greets Kelly & Monogram, and reveals that Perry is her favorite as they are both from Australia. Kelly invites Maia to introduce clip #4 - "Brand New Best Friend".

After Perry gives the song a thumbs-up, Maia confesses that she makes Perry noises when no one is looking, which Kelly & Monogram also admit to. After Carl arrives at the stage, thrilled to see Maia, whom he is a big fan of, the four of them all try to imitate Perry's chatter, before admitting that Perry does it best. As Maia now has to leave, Carl walks her out, prompting Monogram to comment that the intern clearly has a schoolboy crush. Agreeing, Kelly shows #3 - "There's a Platypus Controlling Me".

Kelly proposes writing a song for next year's countdown; as Monogram agrees, Doofenshmirtz suddenly zaps back to the stage, and is upset upon learning that he missed Maia Mitchell. The three of them attempt to improvise a round-robin song, but Doofenshmirtz ruins it by forcing the others to rhyme with "silver" and "orange". Kelly rolls her eyes at him before rolling clip #2 - "Summer Belongs to You".

Act Three

Kelly asks the others what their favorite song on the countdown is. After they answer, Doofenshmirtz attempts to start a flashback, but Kelly interrupts, as it's time to reveal the top song. She states that the viewers actually picked her favorite song as the winner, and reveals song #1 - "Everything's Better with Perry".

After the final number, Kelly states that the day has been, to quote Phineas and Ferb, "the best day ever!" Doofenshmirtz finally agrees to be co-host, but Kelly simply tells him and Monogram to say goodbye, as the episode is over. The three hosts do so, and wave to the audience.

End Credits

The credits scroll over a montage of clips from the songs, in descending order (with the clips from "Everything's Better with Perry" and "Summer Belongs to You" switched)


For a full transcript of "Phineas and Ferb Musical Cliptastic Countdown Hosted by Kelly Osbourne", click here.


Votable Songs


  First Round
Quarter Finals
Semi Finals
 "Come Home Perry" 45%  
 "There's a Platypus Controlling Me" 55%  
   "There's a Platypus Controlling Me" 60%  
   "A-G-L-E-T" 40%  
 "Spa Day" 40%
 "A-G-L-E-T" 60%  
   "There's a Platypus Controlling Me" 46%  
   "Summer Belongs to You" 54%  
 "Summer Belongs to You" 73%  
 "Not Knowing Where You're Going" 27%  
   "Summer Belongs to You" 54%
   "Summer (Where Do We Begin?)" 46%  
 "Summer (Where Do We Begin?)" 54%
 "Gimme a Grade" 46%  
   "Summer Belongs to You" #2
   "Everything's Better with Perry" #1
 "Carpe Diem" 37%  
 "Brand New Best Friend" 63%  
   "Brand New Best Friend" 56%
   "City of Love" 44%  
 "City of Love" 66%
 "Big Honkin' Hole in My Heart" 34%  
   "Brand New Best Friend" 33%
   "Everything's Better with Perry" 67%  
 "Candace Party" 50%  
 "I'm Me" 50%  
   "I'm Me" 43%
   "Everything's Better with Perry" 57%  
 "Everything's Better with Perry" 85%
 "Aerial Area Rug" 15%  
  1. "Everything's Better With Perry"
  2. "Summer Belongs to You"
  3. "There's a Platypus Controlling Me"
  4. "Brand New Best Friend"
  5. "Summer (Where Do We Begin?)"
  6. "City of Love"
  7. "A-G-L-E-T"
  8. "I'm Me"
  9. "Come Home Perry"
  10. "Candace Party"

Other songs in the episode


Phineas and Ferb Musical Cliptastic Countdown Hosted by Kelly Osbourne
The image gallery for "Phineas and Ferb Musical Cliptastic Countdown Hosted by Kelly Osbourne" may be viewed here.

Running Gags

The "Too Young" Line

Major Monogram: Aren't you a little too three-dimensional to host an animated show, young lady?
Kelly Osbourne: Yes. Yes, I am.

Ferb's Line

Sings in "Come Home Perry", "City of Love", "Summer (Where Do We Begin?)", "Summer Belongs to You" and "Everything's Better with Perry"

What'cha doin'?

Kelly Osbourne: Hi, everybody. What'cha doin'? I have always wanted to say that.

I know what we're gonna do today


Hey, where's Perry?


Oh, there you are, Perry

(In a clip from "Come Home Perry")

Candace: Oh, there you are, Perry.
Phineas: Perry!
(Phineas, Ferb, Isabella, Baljeet and the Fireside Girls hug Perry)
Buford: (Comes and takes Candace's microphone) Good job, Larry.

Candace: Welcome home.

Perry's entrance to his lair


Memorable Quotes

Major Monogram: Don't worry, Kelly. I am totally down for being second banana.

Doofenshmirtz: Well, first of all, that's a little sad. But, second of all, technically, you would be third banana. It would go: Kelly, and then me, and then you. And, ih, I would be second banana.
Kelly Osbourne: Nobody is a banana, because there are no bananas!

Major Monogram: Yes, we have no bananas!
Kelly Osbourne: (Seeing Doofenshmirtz and Monogram dressed up like her) Now I know what I would look like if I had middle-aged male clones!
Doofenshmirtz: Hey, l-look at this! Strike a pose! Look, look, look, I'm vo—

Kelly Osbourne: Vogueing?! I love vogueing! It's so '90's!
Major Monogram: I was a bit of a secret voguer myself.
Kelly Osbourne: Really?

Doofenshmirtz: It wasn't a secret.

Background Information

  • This episode combined live-action with animation a la Who Framed Roger Rabbit, the first to do so in-series outside of the spinoff Take Two with Phineas and Ferb. ("Tri-Stone Area" combined animation with live stop-motion.)
  • When the list of songs scrolls by, "Watchin' and Waitin'" is identified as "Don't Even Blink", the BMI-registered title of the song.
  • The song A-G-L-E-T is not complete.
  • This is the only episode that is not available on Netflix.
  • This is the only episode that has never been shown in Spain.

Production Information

  • This special was produced by Plastic Cow Productions, who was not credited. [3]
  • Voting for this countdown started on May 24, 2013 and ended on June 17, 2013, which was less than two weeks before the episode premiered.
    • The second week of voting paired up the two summer-themed songs "Summer Belongs to You" and "Summer (Where Do We Begin?)". However, on the website, the images for the songs were mixed up. "Summer Belongs to You" won the voting, and moved on to round 3.
  • This is the only episode directed by Kim Roberson.
  • In the original airing of this episode, the writer and director were not credited. This was corrected in later airings.
  • Unlike all other episodes, this episode was animated with Adobe Flash like Take Two with Phineas and Ferb and "Doofenshmirtz's Daily Dirt" and Doof's guest appearance on Shark Tank.
  • In Latin America and Brazil this episode is being advertised as "Cliptastic 3", because these territories made their own second Cliptastic in 2011, with songs from Season 2.
  • This is the last episode in production order.
  • In Israel, the voted songs are different.

International Premieres

  • July 12, 2013 (Family Channel, Canada)
  • July 14, 2013 (Disney XD Canada)
  • August 9, 2013 (Disney Channel UK)
  • September 4, 2013 (Disney Channel Israel)[4]
  • September 13, 2013 (Disney Channel Scandinavia)
  • November 11, 2013 (Disney XD Italy)
  • November 30, 2013 (Disney Channel Brazil and Latin America)
  • May 24, 2014 (Disney XD Germany)
  • May 31, 2014 (Disney Channel Germany)


  • In the list of songs that appears at the beginning, "Backyard Beach" appears twice.
  • When Kelly is introducing Maia Mitchell, part of her left hand disappears as she waves it about.
  • Some people in the audience appear to be in a couple of separate seats at the same time.



  • Yes! We Have No Bananas - After Osbourne says no one is a second banana because there are no bananas, Major Monogram quotes the title of this 1920s novelty song.
  • Vogue - After Doof and Monogram dress up as Kelly, they "strike a pose" like Madonna's famous music video.




"Where's Pinky?"
Episodes Next:
"Knot My Problem"
"Where's Perry? (Part Two)"
Special episodes Next:
"Phineas and Ferb: Mission Marvel"
"This Is Your Backstory"
Clip Shows Next:

Also on Fandom

Random Wiki