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Triangulation 2
Song by Isabella and the Fireside Girls
Album: Phineas and Ferb: Last Day of Summer (Original Soundtrack)
Genre(s): Patter song, Pop
Length: 0:34
Isabella, the Fireside Girls chronology
Previous: "I Need My Letter Back" (Isabella)
"Jump Right to It" (Fireside Girls)
Current: "Triangulation"
Next: "What Might Have Been" (Isabella)
"Curtain Call/Time Spent Together" (Fireside Girls)
Phineas and Ferb - Triangulation

Phineas and Ferb - Triangulation

"Triangulation" is an unusually upbeat song from "Night of the Living Pharmacists" sung by Isabella and the Fireside Girls, with the help of Baljeet, to explain how she figured out the point of origin of all the pharmacist zombies.


Isabella: Roger Doofenshmirtz, we know, is six feet and two inches tall
And the beam that hit him left a weird impression on that wall.
So I took the angle from that point of where I knew he stood,
And I found the building just like that because I understood.

Fireside Girls: Triangulation!
Isabella: That's how I figured it out.
Fireside Girls: Triangulation!
Isabella: Now I'm left with no doubt.
The only geometric process using data I possess...
Isabella and the Fireside Girls: That could pinpoint the conclusion of my scientific quest.

Baljeet: Cha cha cha!

Background Information

  • Parry Gripp tweeted this is his new favorite song.[1]
  • The song reveals that Roger is the same height as his brother, at 6"2 ("Chez Platypus").
  • Despite the name, no triangulation is actually done at any point of the song.


BMI Work #18834432


See Also

"Army of Me"
Songs Next:
"Lots of Me"
"When Tomorrow is This Morning Again" (#10)
Phineas and Ferb: Last Day of Summer (Original Soundtrack) Next:
"Bits of All of Us (#12)
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