Author has written 11 stories for Penguins of Madagascar, Mr. Young, Powerpuff Girls, Pokémon, and Phineas and Ferb.
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Stuff About Me
Real Name: What Zit Tooya
Birthday: February 10
Favorite Color: Blue
Favorite Show: Phineas and Ferb
Favorite Movie: Baby's Day Out
Favorite Book: The Dead and Buried by Kim Harrington
Favorite Band/Artist: Evanescence
Favorite Song: Imaginary (from the album, "Fallen") by Evanescence
Ideas for "Calling Agent P"
The Best Adventure Ever: When Phineas and Ferb's talents are discovered, they are sent to a boarding school for the gifted. However, this school isn't what it seems. Perry and Doofenshmirtz must embark on an adventure that will change everything in order to rescue the boys and all the other students from the school's headmaster: Doofenshmirtz's father. (Multiple parts.)
An Interview with Calling Agent P: The cast gets interviewed, and their bloopers are shown. (Christopher Caine hosts. This will be the last episode.)
Ideas for "Calling Back Agent P" (Will take place after the events of "The Best Adventure Ever")
Star-Crossed Loathers: Heinz enlists Phineas and Ferb's help to propose to Brooke. Meanwhile, Perry's *spoiler* is not what he'd expected. (Pilot episode. Multiple parts.)
Law and Disorder: Roger sues Heinz, and Brooke attempts to prove Heinz innocent. This proves to be difficult, however, when they find out that Phineas is defending Roger. (Judge Trudy and the bailiff from "The Amanda Show" guest star.)
Girls Only: *spoiler* makes all the men in the Tri-State Area disappear, and it's up to the Fireside Girls to bring them back. (Based on the "Danny Phantom" episode "Girls Night Out.")
Sing a Song of Busting: A new pop sensation takes Danville by storm, but Perry and Candace are suspicious of her. (Will feature Ember and her song from "Danny Phantom.")
Like Father, Like Platypup: Perry takes in a stray baby platypus and quickly grows attached to her. Phineas and Ferb wonder where babies come from.
School House Rocked: Phineas and Ferb befriend a new student. Perry teaches a class at the Academy.
Dress for Success: *spoiler* attempts to make a fashion statement. Buford protests the school's dress code. (Based on the "Degrassi" episode, "Dig Me Out.")
Live to Serve: The boys and McKenzie want to reward Perry for all the hard work he does as a secret agent, but Perry doesn't think he deserves it. *spoiler* hires a personal assistant.
Armed and En-Dangerous: Perry discovers that he is a protected species. Jenny protests zoos keeping animals in captivity.
Pep Scene: Phineas and Ferb plan the pep rally. *spoiler* tries to eliminate cheerleaders.
Down Memory Lane and Back: McKenzie acquires amnesia, and Perry tries to help her restore her memory. The boys devise a system for remembering everything.
Back Hair Day: Heinz and *spoiler* create competing hair growth formulas. The gang open up a hair salon.
Kids Ahoy!: Captain Phineas and his crew search for buried treasure. Meanwhile, Doofbeard the Pirate attempts to find it before they do. (The humans are pirates, and Perry is a parrot. Will feature the song, Yo Ho Ho and a Bottle of Yum from Rugrats: The Movie.)
Bad Boys: Perry and Brooke are put in a difficult position when *spoiler* turns Phineas, Ferb, and *spoiler* evil. (Possibly multiple parts.)
Roger That: Brooke convinces Heinz to smooth things over with Roger. *spoiler* tries to make her sister look bad.
Babysat: *spoiler* has difficulty babysitting her nephew, and Perry tries to help. However, this proves to be more difficult than he'd anticipated.
Goody-One-Shoe: Heinz tries to convince *spoiler* to give up *spoiler*. Stacy finds a shoe and becomes obsessed with finding the matching one (Based off the "Sam and Cat" episode, "#MadAboutShoe").
We Don't Need a Doctor!: A trip to the vet brings back unpleasant memories about Perry's parents, and Perry must stop Phineas and Ferb from suffering the same fate they did. (Based on the "Courage, the Cowardly Dog" episode, "Remembrance of Courage Past.")
Meap Me in St. Louis: Mitch and *spoiler* team up to destroy their nemeses and conquer Meap's planet, so Meap and Perry team up to stop them. (Creation of the fake trailer shown at the end of the episode, "Meapless in Seattle.")
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