Sneak Peek: ‘Phineas and Ferb’ Featuring Seth Macfarlane and Kevin Smith

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Disney XD has provided us with a couple of clips from its upcoming episode of Phineas and Ferb, ‘Nerds of a Feather Parts I & II,’ which is set to premiere August 16 on the network.

In the episode, which we first told you about here, Phineas and Ferb head to the Tri-State area’s annual sci-fi/comic book convention to meet their hero, special effects guru Clive Addison.  Their plan gets sidetracked when they’re swept into a duel between fantasy fans and sci-fi geeks.  Meanwhile, Candace tries to keep secret that she’s a fan of Ducky Mo-Mo, another convention staple.  Across the convention hall, Dr. Doofenshmirtz has taken television executive Jeff McGarland hostage so he can pitch him a show he’s developed, “Doof ‘N’ Puss.”

In this first clip, we see Dr. Doofenshmirtz pitching the show to Jeff McGarland (voiced by Seth Macfarlane) while holding him and Perry/Agent P hostage at the convention. This clip is similar to that shown during the panel at San Diego Comic-con in 2010.

[Sorry, video removed as per agreement with Disney XD]

In the following clip, Phineas and Ferb end their visit with special effects legend Clive Addison (voiced by Kevin Smith). The clip shown at the Comic-con panel was actually when the boys first encounter Addison at his autograph session.

[Sorry, video removed as per agreement with Disney XD]

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