Phineas and Ferb: A Very Perry Christmas is the third DVD release of episodes of Phineas and Ferb. The DVD features "Phineas and Ferb Christmas Vacation!" and four episodes centering on Perry the Platypus. It was released on October 5, 2010.


Number Name of Episode Notes
#1 Phineas and Ferb Christmas Vacation! Based On The DVD
#2 Interview With a Platypus None
#3 Oh, There You Are, Perry None
#4 Chez Platypus None
#5 Perry Lays an Egg None
#6 The Doof Side of the Moon Did not air at time of release

Bonus features

  • Phineas & Ferb's Virtual Fireplace
  • Dr D's Christmas Jukebox-Inator: Your Favorite Songs On Dr. D's Latest Evil Creation
  • Perry-Christmas-Oki: Go Christmas Caroling With Perry
  • Letters to Santa: Your Favorite Character's Christmas Lists Revealed
  • Keep On Buildin' : Go Behind The Scenes As the Show's Creators Compose A Song!
  • Bonus Episode: "The Doof Side of the Moon"
  • Surprise Gift From Santa: Dan and Swampy playing a practical joke on one of the writers.

Virtual Fireplace

Candace: Mom! Phineas and Ferb are building a virtual fireplace!
Phineas: It's a rest stop for Santa.
Major Monogram: Agent P, we have a situation on our hands. My....egg nog feels a little light on the nog.
Dr. Doofenshmirtz: Hey! Hey you! You! You! Y...Yeah! You in the footy pajamas! Turn this one up! I wanna get my Christmas groove on!
Candace: Ooh! Mistletoe. Jeremy! I'm in here my little turtledove.
Phineas: Hey Ferb! I just thought of something great to do today!
Dr. Doofenshmirtz: When do we eat? I was hoping to get out of here in time to make it over to the Tri-State Area's Kwanzaa celebration too. I'm just, you know, covering all of my bases.
Major Monogram: Merry Christmas!
Candace: Mom! Grandpa fell into the figgy pudding again!
Phineas: I hope you're enjoying Christmas at Santa's Rest Stop.
Buford: So what you're saying is it's NOT a clubhouse.
Major Monogram: Okay. Who ate all the wings off the angel cookies?
Dr. Doofenshmirtz: Look. Don't hate me. But...I went into the kitchen to get some almond brittle? Love it!
Candace: Aww. This song reminds me of Jeremy. I wonder if he liked the gift I got him. Hey! I should call Stacy!
Phineas: Christmas really is the time of year to celebrate life's many blessings. And by "blessings", I mean all the cool new tools Ferb and I just opened. Thanks Mom and Dad!
Major Monogram: Mistletoe. Okay. Who wants to kiss a man in a uniform? (chuckle)
Dr. Doofenshmirtz: What's with all these super happy tunes? Can't someone put a little angst into this holiday cheer? I'm just looking for some, some variety. That's all.
(Glass shatters)
Candace: Mom! Perry the Platypus broke my favorite Christmas ornament!
Phineas: Just think of all the wonderful things Santa does for us. And he never asks for anything in return.
Major Monogram: Carl, this peanut brittle is a little too peanuty and not brittly enough.
Dr. Doofenshmirtz: Curse my intensely burning apathy towards Chris....oof! (Gets punched by Perry)
Candace: Isn't my stocking just the cutest? I just love pink and purple!
Phineas: Ferb and I just invented stockings that guarantee to hold 150% more presents.
Major Monogram: Evil never takes a holiday.
(Perry comes out of a stocking and chatters)
Candace: Mom, Perry just did it again!
Dr. Doofenshmirtz: This is almost the best Christmas the tri-state area has ever seen, but not quite as good as that time that I was chosen to play the little drummer boy in our school play.
(Shows the play's pamphlet)
Good times.
Phineas: We write letters to Santa Claus every year. Don't you?
Major Monogram: Carl, do we have the necessary number of extinguishers should this fire get out of control? Remember, safety first!
Dr. Doofenshmirtz: I wish I would have thought of creating my own fireplace-screensaver-inator, like this one. It's nice.
Candace: Mistletoe! Now where's Jeremy? Anybody seen Jeremy? Jeremy. Jeremy!
(Perry unwraps his gift - a fruitcake)
Phineas: Hey, Ferb, do you think fruitcake would survive in space?
Dr. Doofenshmirtz: Hmm. Seems like no one is looking. It's a perfect opportunity for me to sneak in and see what Perry the Platypus got me.

Letters to Santa transcription


Dear Santa, you are one of my biggest heroes. Talk about making the most out of one day! Imagine, flying around the whole world delivering toys and gifts to everybody in one night. Ferb and I have done some cool stuff in our time, but that! That's something else. How do you do it? Truth be told, all I want for Christmas this year is a chance to be like you. Thank you and Merry Christmas. --Phineas Flynn


Dear Santa, a harmonica, please. --Ferb Fletcher


Okay, Santa, if that's really your name, I'm not sure that I totally believe in you, but just in case, here is a list, in no particular order, of the things I would like for Christmas. A new cell phone. New clothes. New shoes. A car. Permission to drive a car. A shopping spree at a mall. A dream date with Jeremy. A necklace to match my earrings. And most of all, more than everything else combined, I desperately want one tiny thing: to bust my brothers! Make it happen. --Love, Candace Flynn


Dear Santa. Hey, Santa, this is Phineas Flynn again, writing on behalf of my pet platypus, Perry. He doesn't ask for much, which makes sense because he doesn't do much. But there are a few things that would help him have a very Perry Christmas. A new water bowl. A new food bowl. And maybe one of those locator collars so we can find him when he wanders away.


Dear Santa Claus, although my family celebrates Hanukkah instead of Christmas each year, you do seem to bring a lot of joy to the world, and Phineas really seems to like you, so I do, too. I don't really have a gift request, but if you don't mind, I do have a few questions I'd like to ask. First, how do you get around the entire world in one night? You must be going awfully fast. Don't you get wind burn? Also, how do you keep track of what every kid wants? Your database must be enormous. If it ever gets a little overwhelming, I'd like to offer the assistance of the Fireside Girls. We are fast, efficient and resourceful, and could be a valuable asset to your team. Plus, we're small enough to fit in elf-sized uniforms. Let me know. Thanks in advance for your answers, and happy holidays! --Isabella Garcia-Shapiro


Dearest Mr. Claus, I have to come to realize, through the actions of my good friends Phineas and Ferb, that few children actually make the effort to thank you for all that you do. I would like to take this opportunity to formally give thanks for the gifts you have bestowed on me over the years. First and foremost, I want to thank you for the Math Games for Nerds books which have kept me company on many a lonely night. Of course, the microscope, chemistry set and advanced physics manual have been like good friends to me over the years. And finally, thank you so much for the Space Adventure 15 action figures. They are like the brothers and sisters I never had. Thank you again, and if you can manage it this year, I would like a kiss from a pretty girl. I am not sure how you would wrap that, but it would be much appreciated. --Sincerely, Baljeet Rai


Hey, Santa, here's what I want you to bring me. A dirt bike, a skateboard, and a ripped shirt that says, "Don't mess with the Buford." I don't know if they make these yet, but if they do, I want an automatic noogie machine and a wedgie-matic. You wouldn't believe how callused my hands are getting. Oh! And throw in a Guide to French Cooking DVD set. Advanced level, of course. And however much cash you think I should get to bring me up to par with the other kids on the block. And on a more serious note, what I really want is for my friends to think I'm a good guy underneath. But if you ever tell anyone that, you're dead meat. --Buford Van Stomm


Uh... Hey, Santa. Candace wanted us to write letters to you, so... I don't really need much this year. Maybe a new guitar or a nice steady gig for my band, Jeremy and the Incidentals. But otherwise things are pretty good. I guess you can give my presents to little Suzy and that would be cool. Oh, and make sure Candace gets something nice. I think I kind of like her. Peace. --Jeremy Johnson

Major Monogram

To: S. Claus. From: M. Monogram. As head of the Agency Without a Cool Acronym, I can neither confirm nor deny your existence or your alleged activities in and around the Tri-State Area. That said, however, I do have, off the record, a request that I would like to submit. Well, three requests actually, but they are interrelated in a thematic way. First, I'd like to request some courage for Agent P. He uses so much every day in his ongoing battles, I'd like to make sure he never runs out. Second, I'd like some more brains for my unpaid intern Carl. If you know Carl, you know what I mean. And finally, I'd like to request a heart for myself. Mrs. Monogram stole mine years ago. So get out there and good luck, Agent S. --Major Monogram

Dr. Doofenshmirtz

Well, well, well, Mr. Kringle, here we are once again, me asking for things and you ignoring me. Every year my requests are denied. I asked for an '-inator' that actually works, but did you deliver? No. Or a platypus-proof door. How hard is that? Well, apparently too hard, because you couldn't supply one of those either. What is your deal, anyway? If this is about those naughty-nice list thingy you've got, I intend to lodge a formal protest. Who are you to decide who is naughty and who is nice? Who made you judge, jury, and gift-giving executioner, huh? All I can say is, if you're over Danville airspace and you pass by Doofenshmirtz Evil Incorporated this Christmas Eve, watch your back! Oh, and I'd like a new teddy. --Heinz Doofenshmirtz


  • Major Monogram's letter to Santa Claus strangely calls the name of the organization the "Agency Without A Cool Acronym". The correct name of the organization is the "Organization Without A Cool Acronym".
  • Major Monogram wishes for heart, brains, and courage, just as Dorothy's companions do in The Wizard of Oz.
  • Dr. Doofenshmirtz's Jukebox-inator does not include "Christmas is Starting Now" on the list.
  • Dr. Doofenshmirtz calls Santa "Mr. Kringle" in allusion to Kris Kringle, the German version of Santa.
  • While Santa is reading Dr. D's letter, an instrumental version of "The Twelve Days of Christmas" is heard.


Hat Sale


  • In the Spanish version, Isabella says Whatcha Doin'? during her letter.

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