Phineas and Ferb First Look Video: Jesse Spencer's Platypus-Hunter Targets Agent P!

Phineas and Ferb‘s month-long celebration of National Platypus Day (March 2) will come to a head when Melbourne-born Chicago Fireman Jesse Spencer voices an Aussie platypus hunter named Liam McCracken — and TVLine has a first look at his fearsome face-off with Agent P.

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In this clip from the episode “Primal Perry,” airing Saturday at 8 am EST on (take note) Disney XD, Liam launches a hunt for the show’s resident semi-aquatic egg-laying mammal of action, who finds himself tethered to an unexpected tag-along.

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Press PLAY to see what Agent P/Perry is up against. Might this bad luck somehow “boomerang” on him?

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  1. Mia says:


  2. Kwapple says:

    Is it wrong that I’ll always know his as Dr Robert Chase

  3. Cassie says:

    Love him!!!

  4. snark1250 says:

    Reblogged this on The Man with an Iron Will and commented:
    Phineas and Ferb’s theme song was recorded by Bowling for Soup, featuring lead singer Jarret Reddick, who went on to voice Chuck E. Cheese as the restaurant/arcade’s CGI-animated mascot. Good thing the guy who made up BFS went by the way of what is now RCA Records – whose predecessor label, Jive, release BFS’s covers of (I Ran) So Far Away by A Flock Of Seagulls and Britney Spears’ sentimental teen-bop hit record …Baby, One More Time.
    Thanks to Disney Television Animation, Phineas, Ferb and Agent P are prepare for what laughs at the boys ages 5 to 13 watching the animated series on Disney XD.