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May 30, 2012

Win 1 of 3 Copies of ‘Phineas & Ferb: The Perry Files’ DVD – Residents of Canada Only

Tuesday, June 5, 2012, is the release of Phineas & Ferb: The Perry Files on DVD. To mark this occasion, Walt Disney Motion Pictures Canada is giving a copy of the DVD to three Canadian Geeky Pleasures readers.

Before I get to the giveaway details, here is a little bit about the DVD:

While Phineas and Ferb do it all to make every day the best day ever, evil lurks just around the corner! But there is hope for the unsuspecting citizens of Danville. Now, for the very first time, crack open the top-secret archives of O.W.C.A. (Organization Without a Cool Acronym) to expose… THE PERRY FILES!

Join Perry the Platypus–a.k.a. Agent P.–on his most exciting adventures as he thwarts his nemesis, Dr. Doofenshmirtz, at every turn. With groovy gadgets, mad skills and his trademark brown fedora, this semi-aquatic, egg-layin’ mammal of action is unstoppable! Experience the hilarious havoc as he defends the Tristate Area against Doof’s “inators,” battles rogue agent “Dennis the Bunny,” and much more. When it comes to secret agents, Perry’s not only the real deal, he’s real teal!


  • Nerves of Teal: Do you have nerves of teal? Then OWCA (Organization Without a Cool Acronym) wants you! See if you have what it takes to become like Agent P in this spy recruiting video.
  • Platypus Tour: Take a look inside the Platybus, the traveling Phineas and Ferb exhibit that toured North America.

Giveaway Details:

  1. This giveaway is only open to Canadian residents, with the exception of Quebec.
  2. Leave a comment telling me about your favourite episode of Phineas & Ferb. OR, leave a comment telling me why you enjoy Phineas & Ferb.
  3. Only one comment per person. Leaving multiple comments will disqualify you. When leaving a comment, please use a valid e-mail address so that I can notify you if you win.
  4. You have until Friday, June 8, 2012 at 23:59 PDT to leave a comment. At that time, I’ll use a random number generator to select three winners. Winners will be notified by e-mail on Saturday, June 9, 2012. Winners will be announced on this website on Monday, June 11, 2012 at 16:00 PDT.
  5. If you have any questions, please e-mail me.

Next week, there will be a review of Phineas & Ferb: The Perry Files on Geeky Pleasures.

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  1. Liz

    Phineas and Ferb is a show that a 30+ should be watching? Why not? I enjoy it a lot actually. Always hassling their poor sister, while having the GREATEST time. I only wish I had their mad skillz to do things like build a roller coaster in my backyard :)

  2. GeekyLyndsay

    I love Phineas and Ferb because all of the kids care about each other! There’s no putting down or anything else. Accepting each other and having fun.

    Best episode? Nerds of a Feather. HANDS DOWN.

  3. Nuclear Wizard

    I have not watched this show for a couple years. Since I stopped having cable. But I really enjoyed each episode. My favorite part was how everything was back to normal by the time the Mom looked, even if they had a giant water park in the back yard.

  4. Heh, they’re crazy, and my kids like ‘em.

    I do admit, I like the Gitchy Goo song. I would have put that in my GLS song if I knew it ahead of time. :D

  5. sandy

    My 4 kids love it and I love watching it with them.
    “Squirrels in my pants! Squirrels in my PANTS!!!!” I laugh until I cry when Candace sings this!!!!

  6. […] And Geeky Pleasures IS having a giveaway for Canadians. You can win 1 of 3 Copies of “Phineas & Ferb: The Perry Files’ DVD! […]

  7. Lawn Gnome Beach Party of Doom is the absolute best for obvious reasons but mostly because it’s the perfect episode to get friends hooked on the show. At first they quirk their brows and say, “Why are we watching a cartoon?” but by the first mention that Lawn Gnomes are protecting people’s yards from black magic, they are hooked. No question.

  8. Ryan

    I love Phineas and Ferb because it’s the only show my son watches that has the same sensibility of humour as some of the shows I watch.

  9. Skimblecat

    My favourite episode is #1 – Rollercoaster. This is the only episode I have seen, and I watched it because of you tweeting about this giveaway, Jules. I didn’t know what a Phineas & Ferb was…but based on the first episode I am about to become a fan…

  10. Elemental

    I adore Phineas and Ferb, and the reasons actually cover a wide range: For one, up until recently I lived in a in-home daycare. Watching the television the kids tuned into every day was like having my brain melt out through my ears. Phineas and Ferb caught my attention immediately because it was witty, intelligent, funny without ever relying on embarrassing someone for the humor and also didn’t rely on gender stereotypes or racial stereotypical for their jokes. There’s a wide cast of characters of different motivations and backgrounds, and even the stereotypical ‘bully and nerd’ pair have surprising moments that break out of the expected to give kids something very, very unique to watch. Phineas and Ferb is flat out one of the best shows for children on television right now, bar none.

    The reason the show has caught my attention is just how intelligent it is, especially in the nods and jokes that only an older audience will recognize. I love shows that recognize an older crowd is likely to be watching – be they siblings or caretakers or parents – and having episodes that parody old cop/detective shows, or the history of music that occurred long before the intended audience was born, or The Lord of the Rings – it’s brilliant to watch. Not only do kids enjoy the episodes, but I laugh too – often at things the kids don’t find funny. :)

    I’ve suggested Phineas and Ferb to a great many of my friends, and usually start them on Dude We’re Getting the Band Back Together because the music and humor are absolutely fantastic. I think my favourite episode 9for the moment) however will have to be Finding Mary McGuffin, because the sight gags, the references to CSI and Film Noir, and Vanessa’s conversation with Doofenshmirtz at the end “So you just took the doll from the little girl and left her there crying? Wow that IS evil! Honey I am SO proud of you! It felt good, didn’t it? Yeah, we can build on this…”

    It’s the sort of ‘villain’ family dynamic that is wonderful to see – that Doofenshmirtz has a family he truly cares about, and that Vanessa isn’t a one note character. The whole ten minutes of the episode is just a joy to watch.

    So, um, yeah, a bit more of a mini essay than a comment, but I’ve been slowly convincing my friends to watch this show for over a year now and I could probably gush longer if I needed to. Phoneas and Ferb. It’s wonderful TV.

  11. bellz

    My favourite episode was Flop Starz, it was amazing and so catchy. I have a great video of my son singing his own version of it. Makes me smile

  12. Hal Thompson

    I have personally never watched the show myself, but I know a couple girls who would love to have this, so I see contest I post in an attempt to win a copy ;)

  13. Peter

    I have 3 kids, two who are addicted to Phineas and Ferb. I always find myself sitting down and watching it with them. P & F are hilarious… Candice too. Rogers On Demand does not have nearly enough episodes for them to watch. This would send them over the couch if they had a copy of Phineas & Ferb: The Perry Files on DVD.

  14. kimberly velkovski

    my kids love Phineas and Ferb. after school i find myself watching it with them. it’s a show they all watch together and don’t complain about !!

  15. I like Phineas and Ferb for the jokes that there is no way kids will get. That and watching it cheer my younger brother up while he was very ill.

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