Monday, June 25, 2012

DVD Review: Phineas and Ferb the Perry Files


To say that we are huge Phineas and Ferb fans at the Imaginerding household is an understatement.

Phineas and Ferb is our go to Saturday morning, Sunday evening, anytime during the week that it comes on show. We listen to the soundtrack in the car and we quote the show all of the time. I try to explain to people that it is one of the smartest, funniest and most musically endearing shows on television.

So, when The Perry Files made it to our house, we were excited to watch the seven episodes.
While Phineas and Ferb do it all to make every day the best day ever, evil lurks just around the corner! But there is hope for the unsuspecting citizens of Danville. Now, for the very first time, crack open the top- secret archives of O.W.C.A. (Organization Without a Cool Acronym) to expose... THE PERRY FILES!
  • No More Bunny Business/Spa Day
  • Split Personality/Brain Drain
  • Candace Disconnected/Magic Carpet Ride
  • Ask a Foolish Question/Misperceived Monotreme
  • Mommy Can You Hear Me?/Road Trip
  • Perry The Actorpus/Bullseye!
  • Escape from Phineas Tower/The Remains of the Platypus
This is a great collection dedicated to Perry the Platypus but it is lacking on the extras side. There are two features and they are both less than a few minutes each.

The Bonus Features:
Nerves of Teal Do you have nerves of teal? Then OWCA (Organization Without a Cool Acronym) wants you! See if you have what it takes to become like Agent P in this spy recruiting video.
Platybus Tour Take a look inside the Platybus, the traveling Phineas and Ferb exhibit that toured North America.
There is also the Perry Activity Kit.

 The pack contains a small puzzle and a magnet with different Perry expressions that you can choose.

A simple search and find with clues. 

A strange postcard mailer and a sticker set!

If you are a fan of the Platypus, then you will enjoy this series. We keep up with older episodes on Netflix but having a disc with some great episodes is good for a trip or when the Internet is down. There is a digital copy included that you can transfer to your laptop or iPad.

Hey. Where's Perry?



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