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Phineas and Ferb singing Somebody Give Me A Grade.
Seizoen: [[Seizoen 2|2]]
Productie code: 214A
Uitzend nummer: 68
Geschreven door:
Jon Colton Barry
Geschreven & script door:
Piero Piluso
Jon Colton Barry
Uitzend informatie
Disney Channel NL Première:
August 7, 2009
Disney XD NL Première:
July 25, 2009
Internationale Première:

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Jetix Première:
December 23, 1992
Uitgezonden met
"Vanessassary Roughness"
Phineas and Ferb help Baljeet at a summer rock camp. Meanwhile after finding out that Stacy feels like a third wheel around her, Candace sets her up with Coltrane and the two start to get along. Meanwhile, Dr. Doofenshmirtz attempts to create a baby army.

Episode SummaryEdit

Baljeet rocks out

Baljeet singing Somebody Give Me A Grade.

Phineas and Ferb are sitting in their backyard listening to an ear-piercing noise. A frustrated Phineas stands up and tells Ferb what they’re going to do today. They’re not going to find out what they are going to do today as long as the noise continues. The two walk out of the yard just as Candace shakes her fist out the window, telling them to be quiet or she’s going to bust…her empty backyard. Her friend Stacy closes the window, telling her to stop trying to bust her backyard. Candace’s phone rings and she quickly answers it when she finds out it’s Jeremy inviting her and Stacy to his friend’s concert. All of a sudden, Candace realizes that Jeremy has never given her a nickname. Meanwhile, Phineas and Ferb follow the ear-piercing sound and arrive at Baljeet’s house. There, they find out that Baljeet signed up for a class called “Summer Rocks” which turned out to be a rock and roll camp and is scared he’ll fail the class. Phineas notes that he was making an interesting sound with his guitar, but finds out it was actually the “Fail Wail” coming from Baljeet himself. Phineas and Ferb then offer to teach him how to rock.

Meanwhile, Perry the Platypus is being told by Major Monogram that Dr. Doofenshmirtz has been buying baby supplies all over town. He has to find out what he’s up to and stop it.

Back at Baljeet’s house, Phineas is trying to explain to Baljeet that rock and roll isn’t about books and studying, it’s about expressing his feeling through music. He asks Baljeet what he does when he’s angry and sad, but it turns out he just always does math and the feelings “come and go.” In the meantime, Candace and Stacy arrive at the concert where Jeremy and Coltrane are. When Stacy comments the Coltrane is kinda cute, Candace begins to wonder is she has a crush on him and frantically tries to decide what to do. Stacy interrupts her and the two walk over to the boys where Candace tries to get Jeremy to nickname her and is annoyed by his lack of response.

At the Doofenshmirtz Evil Incorporated building, Perry sneaks in from inside a teddy bear but is caught by Doofenshmirtz’s Nanny-Inator, diapered, and put in a large playpen. Doofenshmirtz approaches him and explains that he plans on forming an army of babies by projecting the sound of his heartbeat throughout the city and attracting them to him.

Phineas and Ferb are still trying to make Baljeet understand the connection of feeling to rock and roll. Baljeet strings an A-chord because he feels like he wants an A. Phineas realizes this is going to be harder than he thought. At the Summer Rocks concert, things are going well for Stacy and Coltrane until Candace tries (and fails) to call Stacy over to her inconspicuously. Candace tells Stacy she still isn’t able to get Jeremy to nickname her and is told that maybe Jeremy isn’t the type of person to nickname people. This is quickly proven wrong as Jeremy walks over, calling out nicknames to everyone except Candace. Shortly afterwards, Phineas, Ferb, Baljeet, and Buford arrive at the Summer Rocks concert in a white limo.

Doofenshmirtz connects a monitor that takes his pulse and transmits it to the Bum-Bum-Inator, broadcasting it to all the babies.

Meanwhile, Baljeet’s band, The Baljeatles, go onstage. However, Baljeet stays behind the curtains since he doesn’t know how to rock and is scared of getting a bad grade. Coltrane walks up to him and tells him that there are no grades and the concert was just for fun. Baljeet is immediately angered by this and decides to express his feeling through music to his like-minded peer group. He performs the song, “Somebody Give Me A Grade” while Doofenshmirtz is trying to relax so his heartbeat won’t go too fast and short out the Bum-Bum-Inator. Perry escapes the giant playpen (by pouring milk from his baby bottle into his diaper making the Nanny-inator have the need to change him) and chases him, causing the Bum-Bum-Inator to pop and shoot into the sky, taking Doofenshmirtz with it.

As the Baljeatles’ performance ends, Candace trips and falls on Jeremy while dancing, accidentally giving herself a nickname. When she tells Jeremy he was suppose to come up with a nickname, and not herself, he tells her he didn’t give her one because he likes her name, Candace. Phineas and Ferb confront Baljeet and Phineas tells him that, if it means anything, he gives him and A+ in rock. Baljeet replies with, “No, that means almost nothing.”



The Baljeatles title card
The image gallery for this episode may be viewed here.

Running GagsEdit

The "Too Young" LineEdit


Ferb's Line Edit

Sings in Somebody Give Me A Grade.

Watcha doin'?Edit


Perry's entrance to his lairEdit

Not shown where he enters, but the lair is made to look similar to a theater.

Evil JingleEdit

Doofenshmirtz Evil Incorporated!

Memorable QuotesEdit

Stacy: I dunno. Lately I've been feeling like a third wheel around you guys...
Candace: What? No! I always thought more like Jeremy and I were two wheels, and you were separate, on a unicycle, all doot doot doodle doodle oot... (carnival music, Candace mimes juggling on a unicycle)

Candace: Wait a minute! I just thought of something! Jeremy's never given me a nickname! (rummages under bed) I refer you to the chart.

Stacy: Oh, goody. The chart.

Candace: You see, Jeremy only ever calls me Candace, and nothing else. When a guy makes you his girlfriend, he gives you a nickname for you. A pet name like Baby, Honey, Peg-Leg Pete!

Phineas: Baljeet's house? For such a mild mannered kid, we sure wind up here for a lot of weird reasons...

Phineas: Is everything okay?

Baljeet: If by okay, you mean that my life is a meaningless, black cauldron of swirling failure, then yes, (Ferb puts earplugs back in) everything is groovy.

Phineas: That's not at all what I meant by okay!

Baljeet: I could actually get an ehh... an ehh... an— oh, I can't even say that terrible letter! Ineas! Erb! what am I going to do?

Phineas: Well, that was a cool sound you were getting out of your guitar. I think you'll do just fine.
Baljeet: (solemnly) That was not my guitar. That was me. I call it the "Fail Wail." (demonstrates wail)

Phineas: Baljeet. Baljeet! Whoa! Hey! Thank you. I think the Fail Wail scared Perry off!

Major Monogram: Evil... wait... you... await... evil awaits!

Carl: Cut, cut!

Major Monogram: Oh, come on!

Phineas: Rock and roll isn't about books! It's about letting go and having fun!Rock and roll is a way for you to tell the world how you feel.

Baljeet: Feel about what?
Phineas: Expressing yourself. What do you do when you're angry?
Baljeet: Math.
Phineas: Okay. How about sad?
Baljeet: Math.
Phineas: Happy?
Baljeet: Math!
Phineas: So every feeling you have makes you want to do math?

Baljeet: I do not know if is so much cause and effect; I do a lot of math. The feelings come and go.

Candace: How's it going with you and Coltrane?

Stacy: I think it's going well. He asked me to save him a dance.
Candace: He did? What do you think he meant by that?
Stacy: I think he meant he wants to dance with me.

Candace: Hmm. Men and their impossible, endless riddles.

Doofenshmirtz: Curse you, Perry the— wait, is that The Baljeatles?

Phineas: Well, Baljeet, if it means anything, I give you an A plus in rock.
Baljeet: No, that means almost nothing.

Background InformationEdit

  • Linda and Isabella are absent in this episode.
  • Candace doesn't try to bust her brothers because, Stacy tells her to stop in this episode.
  • Django makes a cameo in this episode.
  • This is one of the few times Phineas gets annoyed.
  • Phineas and Ferb do not build anything spectacular.
  • This is Coltrane's third appearance, and his only by name.
  • Even after Baljeet puts his guitar back in his case, it still appears to the right of him when Phineas gives him an A+ at rock.
  • Even though Baljeet says he can't say "F" , he almost immediately says "Fail Wail".


  • Even when Perry pours milk into his diaper, it doesn't show a wet spot.
  • The girl from "Leave the Busting to Us!"appears when Stacy & Coltrane are dancing & appears again while Candace & Jeremy are dancing.
  • When Phineas steps out of the limo, he doesn't have the black streaks on his face. In the next scene, and in every scene after, he is seen wearing them.



  • The episode title is a reference to The Beatles .
  • Candace mentions Mickey Mouse's Legendary nemesis, the Cat Peg-Leg Pete.
  • The opening intro to Somebody Give Me A Grade has a striking resemblance to AC/DC's mega hit Back In Black . Throughout the song, there are further references to heavy metal, rock, and alternative songs.
  • Doofenshmirtz gives a reference to The Pied Piper of Hamelin when he used his pipe to get the children to follow him.
  • The Fail Wail may be a reference to Twitter's downtime message, which incorporates a Fail Whale.
    • It could have also been making fun of The Ghost Wail from Danny Phantom.
  • The last two girls in Jeremy's string of nicknamed people are "Momo" and "Minky." Minky Momo is a Japanese magical girl anime from the 1980s.
  • Django's outfit consisted of a kilt, a kind of clothing commonly worn in Scotland.
  • Baljeet throws his guitar to the ground in the same manner as bands in the 60's and 70's destroyed their instruments after the concert, except that Baljeet placed it carefully in its case.
  • Ferb's Union Jack t-shirt during the performance is in homage to his British origins. It may also be an homage to Def Leppard singer, Joe Elliot 's customary Union Jack tank top. It may also be a reference to the shirt which Paul Cook, drummer of The Sex Pistols, wore during the filming of "God Save The Queen ".
  • Ferb is seen twice when the limo pulls in. Once when guiding it, and then steping out of it. He looks to (where the guide Ferb was) his right, as if he noticed this. This gag is common in older cartoons.
  • One of the symbols, other than spirals, projected behind the Baljeatles as they play is the traditional capital A within a circle Anarchy sign, with a plus sign next to it, to make it a hardcore grade.


Vorige geproduceerde aflevering:
"That Sinking Feeling"
"The Baljeatles" Volgende geproduceerde aflevering:
"Vanessassary Roughness"
Vorige uitgezonden aflevering:
"That Sinking Feeling"
Volgende uitgezonden aflevering:
"Vanessassary Roughness"

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