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I was just watching S'Winter and I noticed that there were parts in it that resembled parts of The Beatles movie "Help!", specifically the Swiss Alps scenes.
- In "Help!" Klang disguises himself as a "classic" snowman that looks like the same one that Candace runs into and subsequently "wears"
- Candace runs into a pine tree and so does Bhuta in "Help!".
- After a wild ramping, Candace, Phineas and Ferb unintentionally place first in the skiing/snowboarding competition, in "Help!", Klang skis over a ramp and unintentionally places first in a skiing competition.
- Phineas and Ferb play trumpets like John and Paul did in the marching band part "Help!"
(John and Paul are, of course, John Lennon and Paul McCartney, and Klang was the villain and Bhuta was one of his henchmen in the movie)
Maybe I'm looking for connections where there aren't any but more than two makes it seem like it was an intentional reference.
- I haven't seen "Help!", so I just added it to my rental queue. I don't think it would be stretching it to have a Beatles allusion in the episode when the fight scene in "Backyard Aquarium" draws heavily on Star Wars Episode 2's fight scene between Yoda and Dooku. There's been more subtle allusions in other episodes. — RRabbit42 18:41, 26 April 2009 (UTC)
Connection to Half-Life?
When Doofenshmirtz plugs the Meltinator, a short song can be heard. I don't know if it's just me, but that song sounds like a part of Adrenaline Horror(a song from Half-Life)(http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VIrqdchhKlI), go to 0:52, it's almost the same. --126.96.36.199 16:54, February 1, 2011 (UTC)
Wow, you're right. They also used that music in "Out to Launch" when they were flying into the star. - We hope you've enjoyed your audio tour of....FOSSILS!!! Da Da Da!!!! 17:10, February 1, 2011 (UTC)