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Flop StarzPhineas And Ferb : Season 1 Episode 3


Series co-creators, Dan Povenmire and Swampy Marsh, wrote the story for "Flop Starz;"[2] Sherm Cohen and Antoine Guilbaud, meanwhile, constructed the storyboards.[1] Povenmire directed the episode, which he did for the majority of the season.[4] Povenmire and Marsh wrote the featured song, "Gitchee Gitchee Goo," like they do with all of the music in the show.[5] That song and Perry's "secret agent theme" were the first pitched to Disney, who enjoyed it so much they wanted the pair to write a song for every episode.[6]




Flop StarzPhineas and Ferb : Season 1 Episode 3



Several critics have positively reviewed the song "Gitchee Gitchee Goo" from the episode, stating that it "could probably have gotten radio play 20 years ago."[5][10] Disney as well enjoyed it enough to ask the creators to write songs every episode.[6] The song has since then made brief appearances in later episodes, either in "elevator music" form or as the song itself. The song was featured as an extended version on the album Disney Channel Playlist, which featured multiple songs from different Disney Channel artists.[14][15] The song also was one of the twenty-six songs appearing on the series official soundtrack, released on September 29, 2009.[16][17][18][19] The episode was one of several that was featured on the first volume DVD of season one titled "The Fast and the Phineas." In the DVD, it is paired with its production partner "Are You My Mummy?"[20][21] Lara Bergen adapted the episode, along with the fellow season one episode "Lights, Candace, Action!" into a novella for young readers titled Runaway Hit.[22] It was the second of a series of novelizations made from the series.[23]


The extended version of "Gitchee Gitchee Goo" also appears in the Musical Cliptastic Countdown episode, having been voted as the most requested song of the show's first season; after the hypnotic single My Name Is Doof is performed, and the audience members had been hypnotized by Doofenshmirtz, Perry the Platypus, having been told by Major Monogram that they needed something even more catchy to counteract it, pulls down a curtain, therefore revealing the extended version and breaking the spell. 041b061a72


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