The Chronicles of Meap
Seeing Meap crash landed in Phineas and Ferb's backyard
Seizoen: [[Seizoen 2|2]]
Productie code: 207
Uitzend nummer: 59
Geschreven door:
Jon Colton Barry
David Shayne
Geschreven & script door:
Jon Colton Barry
Piero Piluso
Uitzend informatie
Disney Channel NL Première:
June 19, 2009
Disney XD NL Première:
April 18, 2009
Internationale Première:

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An alien named Meap crashes in Phineas and Ferb's backyard, and runs off. The boys and Isabella try to find Meap but then they get captured by Meap's nemesis Mitch and it's up to Candace and Meap to save them, as Doofenshmirtz tries to find his old friend Balloony.

Episode SummaryEdit

Phineas and Ferb accidentally knock an alien spacecraft into their backyard while playing baseball. It falls into their backyard and they find Meap. Meap shows them a picture of a rogue alien and Phineas misinterprets it as Meap's father. While they are busy trying to repair it, Candace discovers Meap, an alien she believes has been "roboticized" by Phineas and Ferb, and sets out to bust her brothers with the evidence in hand. However, Candace and Stacy go off to the Bango-Ru convention and Stacy thinks Meap is the cutest thing she's ever seen. Candace throws away her original ugly Bango-Ru and places Meap in her backpack. Isabella is jealous when Phineas keeps going on about how cute Meap is, never saying if she is cute or not.

Meanwhile, Perry meets Doofenshmirtz in his building. His whole apartment is covered in carpeting. He activates a button that rubs Perry on his carpets, givin
g him static electricity and making him puff up like a ball of fur. Doofenshmirtz tells Perry that when he was a boy, the smell of pork emanating from him was so bad that nobody would come near him. He went to the carnival and got a balloon that he named Balloony. However, one day, Balloony floated away but his father told him to stay still as a lawn gnome (referring to another backstory). Doofenshmirtz wants to bring Balloony back since balloons are attracted to static electricity.

Meanwhile in the backyard, Ferb finishes repairing the spaceship. He tests it out but out in space, Mitch detects a space craft on earth. He flies down to earth to confront it. However, Ferb tests out the spaceship and flies off to space, during which he pays a visit to the shooting star milkshake bar to grab a milkshake.

Phineas, Ferb, and Isabella enter the spaceship to test it out when they see Candace riding home with Meap in her bicycle basket. When they are talking to her, Mitch captures their spaceship and brings them to a space station that looks like a cloud. Mitch talks to them and says that he has them now. Phineas calls him Meap's dad, and Mitch thinks it is just a joke. He introduces himself to Phineas, Ferb, and Isabella. He tells them that Meap is his mortal enemy and says that he steals creatures and imprisons them on his ship. Isabella tells Mitch that he should let those creatures go, and Mitch recommends locking Phineas, Ferb, and Isabella up.

Meap tells Candace that Mitch has taken Phineas and Ferb into his space station. Candace uses the floating baseballs on her bicycle and flies into the space station. When she arrives she says Phineas and Ferb and Isabella will be where the cool stuff are. She leaves Meap in front and explores the "zoo". Meap and Mitch meet again and Mitch tells Meap that he is not his father and traps him inside a container.

Doofenshmirtz puts on a sock-costume and uses his invention to steal everyone's balloons in the Tri-State Area. The balloons are too strong and they travel off with Doofenshmirtz and Agent P stuck to its side. They land in the space station that Phineas, Ferb, Isabella, Meap, Candace, and Mitch are in. Mitch meets Doofenshmirtz and tells him to go away. Doofenshmirtz presses a button and opens a chamber in which Balloony is kept. They argue for it and Doofenshmirtz walks away but Balloony does not follow. Doofenshmirtz says that his balloon has changed and that he doesn't need the balloon anymore.

Agent P enters the spaceship and pushes Doofenshmirtz out a gaping hole in the ground, just as Doofenshmirtz is about to call Agent P his friend. Phineas, Ferb, and Isabella exit the chamber and see androids that want to attack them, but Candace shoots them with the remote-controlled baseballs and they disintegrate. She then asks where Meap is and Phineas tries to use his cute tracker which is having more trouble with the interference. Isabella tells Phineas that she might be the one causing the cute interference on the cute tracker and he replies it can't be her because he calibrated the cute tracker to her cuteness level. He then demonstrates what happens when he sets it back to normal, and the cute tracker breaks. Mitch then sends four more androids after them but Candace uses a baseball from Phineas and Ferb's original idea for the day to break open the container Meap is in. Meap then uses his rainbow-power to shoot the androids and he defeats Mitch.

Meap steals Mitch's mustache and they find out that the mustache is what translated the alien language. Meap reveals (in a surprisingly deep voice) that he is really a security alien that busts people that do wrong things. Then Candace says she would never judge a book by its cover again. Then an alien comes which Candace thinks is a monster and Meap introduces her as his mother in law... which (to him) makes Candace's description right as he, Candace, Phineas, Ferb, and Isabella run off to the spaceship to go back home.


End CreditsEdit

Bestand:Phineas and Ferb Episode - The Chronicles of Meap - Credits

Mitch: Hahahahaha!
Mitch: Aren't you a little young to save the universe?
Phineas: Yes. Yes, I am.
Major Monogram: I want your hat on my desk!
(Perry throws his chair towards the screen at Major Monogram)
Dr. Doofenshmirtz: Balloony!
Mitch: Colin!
Candace: What? Jeremy's going to be there?
Narrator: The Chronicles of Meap, Episode 40.
Meap: Meap!
Narrator: Meapless in Seattle.
(In Memoriam of Don LaFontaine 08/26/40 - 09/01/08 One Man, In a land, In a time, In a world... All his own)
Narrator: In a world. There, I said it, happy?


The Chronicles of Meap title card
The image gallery for this episode may be viewed here.

Running GagsEdit

The "Too Young" LineEdit

Isabella: Do you think he's okay?
Mitch: No, no I don't.

Mitch: Aren't you a little young to save the universe?

Phineas: Yes, yes I am.

This was during the credits.

Ferb's LineEdit

This was when he drives past Vanessa in Meap's tricked out space ship, rolls down the window, takes off his glasses, and then puts them back on.
Ferb: "You're diggin' my ride from outer space."

Phineas: It's pulling us in! Maybe it's the space authorities. Did we do something wrong?
Ferb: Well, it occurs to me that perhaps not all of the modifications I made are technically 'street legal'.

Phineas: He's headed towards that small cloud.
Ferb: That's no cloud. That's a space station.
Phineas: I've got a good feeling about this!

Whatcha doin'?Edit

Isabella: Hi guys, Whatcha doin'?
Phineas: Oh, hi, Isabella. Come over here and we'll show you. (Realizing that Ferb is still in the machine while moving his hand) Oh oops, sorry Ferb.

Perry's entrance to his lairEdit

Perry walks near the fence and gets caught by Meap. He turns domestic just as Meap turns towards him. Perry puts back on his fedora when Meap leaves the screen.

Evil JingleEdit

Doofenshmirtz Evil is Carpeted!

Memorable QuotesEdit

Phineas: And it's a striiiyiiiiyiiike! And the crowd goes wild! (shows Perry wearing a baseball cap and a foam finger)

Phineas: Yeah, it looked way outside, but then it was right in the zone. There's a lesson, baseball fans: never judge a book by its cover.

(scene flips to Candace, looking at a row of books)
Candace: Boring, dull, stupid, lame— heavy-handed and derivitive.
Linda: Oh, thank you for those insightful reviews of books you haven't read.
Candace: Mom, that's why books have covers: to judge them. I mean, why did you choose these books from the library?
Linda: They looked interesting.
Candace: So...

Linda: Point taken.

Linda: Assuming that's not teenage code for something I should be worried about as a parent, I'm off.

Phineas: (As Meap's spaceship is about to crash into the ground) Um... Hey Ferb, I know what we're gonna do today - run for our lives!

Phineas: I think we just stopped and-or started an alien invasion.
(the spaceship begins to open slowly)
Phineas: Gee, I hope he's not too angry. Or hungry.

(the spaceship opens up and Meap is inside)

Meap: Meap.
Phineas: Wow. That is cute.

Phineas: We're fixing up this spaceship that belongs to our new friend Meap. Hehe, Meap. He's the most adorable thing in the world!

Isabella: Really? Are you sure there's nothing or no one that's more adorable?
Phineas: No. Not a chance.

Isabella frowns dejectedly

Phineas: Okay, I've jerry-rigged Ferb's old GPS device to create a cute-tracker. It locks on to the cutest thing in the area, so it should lead us right to Meap! Let's see if we can get a signal. Got something!

Isabella: Oh, that's probably me. Sorry!
Phineas: No. It's three miles in that direction.
Isabella frowns dejectedly again
Phineas: Ferb, why don't you stay and finish the ship?
Ferb salutes yes, accidentally knocking himself down with his wrench
Phineas: Isabella, wanna come and help me find Meap?
Isabella: (sarcastically) Sure. I still have to get my "You Wouldn't Know Cute If It Bit Your Legs Off" accomplishment patch.
Phineas: Cool! Let's go.

Isabella: Grrrr!

Dr. Doofenshmirtz: Looks like I rubbed you the wrong way, 'Puffy the Fuzzypus!'

Doofenshmirtz: You might ask: Why the carpet? What is he doing? What is going on? Why is he listing questions I might ask him?

Doofenshmirtz: Basically, my parents disowned me; I was being raised by ocelots.

Phineas: Hmm. I keep getting some kind of cute interference.

Isabella: It's me! I'm endangering the mission! I shouldn't have come.

Phineas: No, now it's cleared up.

Security Guard 1: Is this your doll, young lady?

Candace: Yeah.
Security Guard 1: We found it abandoned on the floor over there!
Candace: Oh, sorry!
Security Guard 1: Your irresponsibility makes our jobs as security guards a million times harder! Someone could have stolen it! Or tripped over it!
Security Guard 2: That's right. Injuries, lawsuits, stolen property.
Security Guard 1: Even death!
Security Guard 2: Yes, you could have killed me!
Security Guard 1: Me too!

Security Guard 2: We're lucky to be alive.

Phineas: The cute signal is getting stronger.

Isabella: Phineas.
Phineas: Yes?
Isabella: How come you think Meap is so cute? What is that even mean anyway 'cute'?
Phineas: I can't define cute, I just know it when I pick up in my cuteness meter. Although, I keep getting this weird cute interference from somewhere hmm...

Isabella frowns again

Candace: You can't ban me from Bango-Ru conventions for life! I BAN MYSELF!

Phineas: Hmm. I'm having trouble picking up Meap's cute signal.

Isabella: Phineas, since you obviously won't figure this out on your own, I think I'm the one causing the cute interference.

Phineas: Don't be silly, Isabella! I took into account your cuteness, and adjusted the cute meter settings accordingly from the beginning. See, look what happens when I change it back to normal. (the cute meter overloads and shorts out) Oops. So much for finding Meap.

Mitch: No, I found Colin just floating all alone in space.

Doofenshmirtz: Well, I actually drew his face! Look, look, I signed it!
Mitch: That's a birthmark!

Doofenshmirtz: A birthmark? It's a balloon, you idiot!

Doofenshmirtz: Um, hello, falling to my doom here!

Mitch: Only now do you understand your grave situation. (makes voice high and squeaky) 'Hi, Mitch!' 'Look at the cool stuff, Mitch!' 'Blah, blah, blah, MITCH!'
Phineas: Ha. He totally nailed you, Ferb.

Mitch: (as Meap is beating him up) Okay, okay, I surrender! You can stop behaving in a way countering to how you superficially appear! We get it!

Candace: You're like the me of the galaxy!

Candace: AAAH! An alien monster! Get to the ship!
Meap: Um, actually, that's my Mother-In-Law, so, uh, yeah, she's correct. Let's get out of here!

Background InformationEdit

  • Premiered April 18, 2009 on Disney XD and premiered on June 19, 2009 on Disney Channel US.
  • Candace said "Meep" in "The Fast and the Phineas", "It's a Mud, Mud, Mud, Mud World", and "Backyard Aquarium" which sounds like "Meap", a character in this episode.
  • The episode was dedicated to Don LaFontaine (08/26/40 - 09/01/08). He was the narrator for the beginning and the credits. The version available on iTunes leaves out the dedication.
  • The calendar in Mitch's ship has the same number of days and starts on the same day as the calendar Candace holds up in "Dude, We're Getting the Band Back Together".
  • In this episode, it is specified that Phineas may actually be playing dumb with Isabella.
  • This episode has various Star Wars references, such as the tractor beam scene, the spaceship chase, and the lines "I have a good feeling about this", "That's no cloud. That's a space station", "I'm endangering the mission. I shouldn't have come" and "I am not your father".
  • This is the second time the boys make something not "street legal', the 1st time being the chariot race. ("Greece Lightning")
  • Doofenshmirtz breaks the fourth wall right after he shows Perry his invention (quote: Behold... beholding, beholding, beholding, annnnd scene, goes to next scene).
  • Buford and Baljeet made a cameo during the song, My Ride From Outer Space.


  • Ferb's crush on Vanessa Doofenshmirtz is dignified for the second time since I Scream, You Scream. It is also shown that Vanessa might have some affection for Ferb as well.
  • This marks the third time the lawn gnome backstory has been brought up by Doofenshmirtz.
  • This also marks the first time Doofensmirtz has mentioned backstories that haven't been shown.
  • Candace mention that she's been in outer space and wouldn't go there again, and Ferb stops at the Shooting Star Milkshake Bar and gets a drink while testing out the spaceship.("Out to Launch")
  • Meap's rainbow power is similar to the one Isabella wanted in the episode "Out of Toon".
  • The Bettys are mentioned in the episode.
  • When Mitch starts rambling in front of the kids about how he 'won', Candace begins to move the baseball, and whistles the first line from 'Gitchee, Gitchee, Goo'. ("Flop Starz")
  • Phineas and Ferb mention Taco Night. (Got Game?, Journey to the Center of Candace)
  • This is the one of the six episodes in which Phineas is oblivious to Candace trying to bust him. The others are "Traffic Cam Caper", "Flop Starz", "Out Of Toon", and "Hide and Seek".
  • This is the first episode wherein the sub-plot causes no development (or counter-development) at all to the main plot, not even indirectly. (This excludes the episodes where the main plot causes development to the sub-plot.) In fact, the ending of this sub-plot isn't even seen, as Doofenshmirtz doesn't even 'Curse' Perry.
  • This episode shows that Phineas has some affection for Isabella when he says "I took in to account your cuteness and adjusted the cute meter from the beggining".
  • In The Fast and the Phineas, Candace says "meap" like Meap and Mitch say without the translator.


  • Star Wars:
    • Mitch tells Meap "I am not your Father," referencing the iconic line from The Empire Strikes Back.
    • As Phineas, Ferb, and Isabella are approaching Mitch's ship, Phineas thinks it's a cloud. Ferb says, "That's no cloud. That's a space station," which is similar to what Obi-Wan says while approaching the Death Star in A New Hope. Phineas replies "I've got a good feeling about this," which is the opposite of what Han Solo replied to Obi-Wan.
    • When Ferb is test-driving Meap's ship, Mitch says, "I have you now", the same line Darth Vader says at the end of A New Hope. The line is said in a similar delivery as Darth Vader's, and Mitch's ship is sent spinning off into the distance, which also happened to Darth Vader.
    • When Phineas, Ferb, and Isabella are in Meap's spaceship, they get caught in a tractor beam, alluding to the Millennium Falcon's getting caught in a tractor beam in A New Hope. Phineas shouts, "We're caught in a tractor beam!" which is what Han Solo says onboard the Falcon.
    • Mitch says "All too easy" after trapping Meap. Darth Vader says this line after he thinks has has trapped Luke Skywalker in carbonite in The Empire Strikes Back.
    • When Phineas is testing the cute meter, Isabella remarks after believing that her cuteness has thrown off the meter's readings: "I'm endangering the mission, I shouldn't have come." which is Luke Skywalker's line from Return of the Jedi.
  • Whose Line Is It Anyway?: When Monogram is talking while Carl performs hand gestures, which is a recurring sketch in the show.
  • Seinfeld: When Carl shakes his finger and Monogram says "He's a bad, bad man", it refers to Baboo who performed the same gesture with a slightly modified line.
  • ET: The Extra Terrestrial: Candace flies in the sky on her bicycle with Meap in the basket, referencing the famous scene from ET.
  • The Wizard of Oz: When Candace first shows up on her bicycle, the music playing is very similar to the music that played when Miss Almira Gulch rides her bicycle in this film.
  • Aliens: Candace aims the baseball pitcher toy and says, "Get away from him, Mitch!" referencing Ripley's famous line to the queen while saving Newt.
  • Sleepless in Seattle: The next episode of The Chronicles of Meap is entitled "Meapless in Seattle," a parody of the romantic comedy.
  • Transformers: "More than Meaps the Eye" is a play on the tagline of the toy line series which was "More than meets the eye.", a motto said especially by Optimus Prime. This is also the name of the first 3 episodes of the original Transformers cartoon.
  • Bendaroos: Candace and Stacy's toy Bango-Ru may be a play on the name Bendaroos. The Bango-Ru dolls bear a striking resemblance to the Littlest Pet Shop toys.
  • Mr. Bean (animated series): Stacy's "bunny bear" may be a reference to the "Missing Teddy" episode of Mr. Bean.
  • Moonwalk: After Doofenshmirtz puts on the Socky-Shocky Suity and starts to charge static electricity, he does the moonwalk.


Vorige geproduceerde aflevering:
"Gaming The System"
"The Chronicles of Meap" Volgende geproduceerde aflevering:
"Thaddeus and Thor"
Vorige uitgezonden aflevering:
"Gaming The System"
Volgende uitgezonden aflevering:
"Thaddeus and Thor"

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