Dad, is that the box from my room? I think I put my Mary McGuffin doll in there by mistake!
―Candace Flynn

"Finding Mary McGuffin" is an episode of Phineas and Ferb.

When Lawrence accidentally sells Candace's doll to Doofenshmirtz, Phineas and Ferb become detectives to try and find it.

Episode Summary

Doofenshmirtz Mary McGuffin

At the Flynn-Fletcher house, Lawrence and Linda are putting on a yard sale. It appears that Linda was going to sell her Lindana records but snatched them from a man who was looking at them, as well as making remarks about what happened to Lindana. Phineas and Ferb ask Lawrence if they could watch his black and white detective films. After Lawrence lets them, Heinz Doofenshmirtz appears at Lawrence's stall, buys a Mary McGuffin doll and walks off. Candace appears a minute later and asks Lawrence if he has seen her Mary McGuffin doll. Lawrence says he just sold her for a dollar and asks if Candace wants it. She screams and Lawrence offers her two dollars.

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Dr. Doofenshmirtz gives the doll to Vanessa.

Doofenshmirtz arrives at his ex-wife Charlene's house and asks for Vanessa. Doofenshmirtz hands her the doll and talks about how he's been searching for years for the doll. Vanessa, surprised at her dad's act of love, thanks him and walks to her room to think.

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Candace sees Phineas and Ferb in black and white.

Meanwhile, Phineas and Ferb are inspired by the detective films and have painted their room, as well as themselves, black and white. Candace thinks that the detective theme is perfect and tells them about her missing doll, which Phineas agrees to investigate.

At the Agency, Major Monogram is seen playing a video game. Perry is waiting for his assignment. Monogram tells him that Doofenshmirtz has been to a yard sale, bought an Inator and a box of "on-off" devices. Carl tells him that they're called "switches". Perry's chair turns is encased in a large big ball that sinks into the floor and rolls down a chute.

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"Lean on him, Ferb."

The boys and Candace interview Lawrence, asking him who he sold the toy to. Lawrence tries to describe Doofenshmirtz, "German accent, lab coat". Phineas considers this to be "an above average clue". When Lawrence asks Candace who her brother is talking to, she just sighs "Don't get me started."

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Phineas, Ferb, and Candace at Charlene's door.

Back in Vanessa's room, she starts thinking about the times her dad has embarrassed her and times when he has made her day. She really appreciates her gift and puts it on her shelf with her other toys. When she walks out of the room and closes the door, the doll falls near a box of donations. Soon after, Charlene answers the door and it is a man who works for Charitable Charities. Charlene asks Vanessa (who os on her laptop with headphones) where her box of junk was and she goes to Vanessa's room. She assumes that the Mary McGuffin doll is part of the junk and puts it in the box. Charlene hands the box to the man and he puts it in the truck.

The kids then go to a lab coat shop at Googolplex Mall and interrogate people there. One of the men says he doesn't know anything but then Ferb "leans" on him. He tells them there is a guy who puts all of the costs on his ex-wife's tab. He gives them the address and Phineas tells Ferb to pack up their black and white set.

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Perry confronts Doofenshmirtz.

Doofensmirtz is in his building and has bought lots of things from yard sales. He is trying to find a switch to fit his Inator in a whole box of them when Perry comes in. Doofenshmirtz activates the lobster trap that he got for free and tells the trapped Perry what he is doing, admitting he doesn't know what his his scheme will be until he goes through the switches.

Vanessa realizes that her doll was in the box and runs after the man just as Phineas, Ferb and Candace walk up to her house. Phineas interrogates Charlene and she tells them that the doll was in the box to be sent to a Charitable Charities somewhere. The Flynn-Fletcher kids start looking around Charitable Charities outlets but can't find the Mary doll, even though Phineas and Ferb update their detective costumes to more modern (& colorful) outfits.

Back at Doofenshmirtz Evil Inc., the switches he tries are too big or too small until he comes across one that fits, save that it is "printed" upside-down. After complaining a bit, Doofenshmirtz realizes he put it upside-down and turns it around. He then turns on his invention but Perry's trap opens. Perry climbs out whilst Doofenshmirtz is still wondering why the Inator isn't switching on. He then turns around and sees the switch opening and closing the trap. He now knows why the trap was free. After a brief fight with the various items he apparently picked up at garage sales, Doofenshmirtz realizes that he can't do anything evil with a machine that just opens and closes a lobster trap so Perry can go home. Perry gives a thumbs-up to Doofenshmirtz and leaves.

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"Yeah, we can build on this."

Phineas, Ferb and Candace are in the last Charitable Charities shop when Candace spots Mary McGuffin. Candace grabs the doll at the same time Vanessa does. They fight over the doll, causing it to fly through the air into the hands of a young girl named Sally. She instantly loves it, and Candace decides that she's probably too old for dolls now anyway. Vanessa wonders if she should give up the one thing that proves how much her dad cares for her, then snatches it from Sally's hands, causing the younger girl to cry.

Later Vanessa is on the phone with her dad, while he's cutting a carrot. He's proud of Vanessa for committing an evil act and says that they could build on this.


End Credits

First and last verse of Not So Bad a Dad

Running Gags

The "Too Young" Line

Charlene: Aren't you a little young to be detectives?
Phineas: If it's all the same to you, ma'am, we'll ask the questions.

Charitable Charities Man: Aren't you a little young to know about all these old detective shows?
Phineas: Yes, yes we... Pauses and puts on sunglasses in a Horatio Caine like fashion. ...are.

Ferb's Line

Seeing Candace and Vanessa start fighting over the doll.
Ferb: This is exactly why they took that doll off the market.

What'cha doin'?


Perry's entrance to his lair

He is seen in his lair, Monogram is playing a videogame

I know what we're gonna do today

Candace: Detectives. Perfect. I know what you're gonna do today. Track down my little Mary McGuffin!
Phineas: Piece of cake. (Ferb gives him a piece of chocolate cake) Ooh, chocolate! Thanks, Ferb. (to Candace) We'll have your little Mary McGuffin back here faster than you can say-hey, where's Perry?

Evil Jingle

Doofenshmirtz Ex-Wife's House on a Hill Somewhere! and Doofenshmirtz Evil Incorporated! in CSI: Miami style.

Memorable Quotes

Lawrence: Oh, I see you like that little Mary McGuffin doll. Well, that will be, oh, 50 cents?
Dr. Doofenshmirtz: I'll give you a dollar!

Candace: Dad! Dad! Wait! Dad, is that the box from my room?

Lawrence: Why, yes. Um-
Candace: I think I put my Mary McGuffin doll in there by mistake. Have you seen her?
Lawrence: I just sold her for a whole dollar. Here, you can have it.
Candace screams.

Lawrence: How about two dollars?

Vanessa: Dad, what are you doing here? This isn't your weekend.

Dr. Doofenshmirtz: Yes, yes I know, but I have a surprise for you and I just couldn't wait!
Vanessa: (excited) A surprise? Really?
Dr. Doofenshmirtz: Yes, it's something you've always wanted. Something you've asked for time and time again. In my hand, I hold the key to...
Vanessa: ... My new car!

Dr. Doofenshmirtz: (holds up Mary McGuffin doll) No, your happiness!

Carl: Sir, Agent P is here.

Major Monogram: I can see that, Carl. Now, get back in that corner until I say you can get up. There's still 15 minutes left on the clock.

Carl: (sadly) OK, Sir.

Dr. Doofenshmirtz: Remember how you said if I got you a little Mary McGuffin doll, I'd be the world's greatest dad?
Vanessa: Yeah, when I was like seven.

Dr. Doofenshmirtz: You know, I may be an evil scientist, but it doesn't take a degree purchased from the internet with your ex-wife's money to know how special and important you are to me!

Dr. Doofenshmirtz: Well, I'd better run. I bought a used "inator" today at a garage sale and it's missing one small part.

Vanessa: Really, what does it do?

Dr. Doofenshmirtz: I don't know yet, it's missing a part. But whatever it is, I'm sure it will be pure evil!

Phineas: Piece of cake.

Pause. Ferb hands him a piece of cake.

Phineas: Ooh, chocolate! Thanks, Ferb.

Doofenshmirtz: Time to find out what this bad boy can do! Flicks switch on On!

Lid of Perry's cage opens and Perry climbs out and stands beside Doofenshmirtz
Doofenshmirtz:flicking the awitch in time with what he says On! Off! On! Off! On! Urgh! I'm hearing a clanking noise so i know it's doing SOMETHING! Off! On! Turns and sees Perry standing out the cage and the lid flipping up and down
Perry folds his arms and glares

Doofenshmirtz:Continues flipping switch at a slower rate Oh the -inator and the cage...they' just opens...and closes the... Sighs and stops flipping switch Well I guess that's why I got the cage for free...

Phineas: The sun beat down on the city like a hammer, a relentless hot beating hammer hammering down like a big metaphor that was... hot, for some reason.
Candace: Stop with the narration and start finding my doll!

Phineas: For an average Joe, he gave us an above-average clue. Our next step was clear.

Lawrence: Who is he talking to?

Candace: Ugh. Don't get me started.

Vanessa : Wait! Sam, I want to recant a portion of my mother's charitable donation!

Charlene: Are you with the census?
Phineas: No, ma'am, today we're detectives.

Dr. Doofenshmirtz: Oh, man, how many different kinds of on/off switches can there be? I mean, look at this. An octagon? And one shaped like the Statue of Liberty? That doesn't even make sense. Oh, and here's one. The exact same size and shape that I'm looking for except it's upside-down. I mean, the words are actually printed upside-down. What kind of a dummkopf would invent an upside-down... switch...that... (Pauses, sighs, and flips the switch so that it's right-side-up.) I did it!

Candace: Oh, forget it. I guess I'm too old for dolls anyway.

Vanessa: Yeah, maybe I don't really have to have the one object my dad spent years to find in order to show me his affection.
Pause. Candace stares at Vanessa uncomfortably.

Vanessa: No, actually I do. Give me that, kid!

Dr. Doofenshmirtz: (talking to Vanessa on the phone) So you just took it 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.

Background Information

  • When Doofenshmirtz screamed "Score!" he looked right in the camera, breaking the fourth wall.
  • Ferb, however, didn't react being in love when he saw Vanessa in this episode, but, when Vanessa goes out of her home, Ferb stares at her.
  • While Charlene was listening to Vanessa complain about her doll being missing, she seemed to be reading the same book Ferb is usually seen reading. ("Rollercoaster")
  • One of the yard sale items Doofenshmirtz bought is a Bango-ru doll.
  • The man with the accent, who also appears when Doofenshmirtz "goes out of his way to catch that foul ball", is one of the people watching the concert Phineas and Ferb host to bring home Perry in "Oh, There You Are, Perry".
  • The unnamed Charitable Charities worker who asks Phineas if he is too young to know about "all these old detective films" looks eerily similar to the worker who listed the Climby toys (Climbin' Simon, Ascendin' Brendon, Ladderman Larry, Climby Jaimie) in "Toy to the World". This man was also used for "Unfair Science Fair" and "What Do It Do?".
  • The fringe that Doofenshmirtz wore in a scene from Not So Bad A Dad, is the same outfit he wore when he was singing Yodel Odel Obey Me in "Bubble Boys".
  • Phineas and Ferb wear the same sunglasses they wore during History of Rock from "Dude, We're Getting the Band Back Together".
  • The Retro Pharmacist Emporium from "Run Away Runway" was seen in this episode.
  • The 70's style music from "Isabella and the Temple of Sap" is heard.
  • Ben Baxter from "Flop Starz" reappears.
  • Balthazar Horowitz makes another appearance, during the "foul ball" flashback.

Production Information

  • This episode premiered in the UK on October 18, 2009 at 9:30 a.m. (British Summer time) on Disney XD.


  • When the lobster trap falls on Perry it opened and closed from the bottom. When Doofenshmirtz was accidentally opening and closing the trap, it opened from the top.
  • When Phineas and Ferb are talking to Vanessa's mother, Ferb's left eye (the one facing us as viewers) is bigger.
  • When Ferb packs up the interrogation scene in the Labcoat Emporium, the table and chair folds with it, yet when he packs up the interrogation scene after questioning Vanessa's mother, they remain unfolded.
  • When Doofenshmirtz said he didn't understand why the lobster trap came free with the Inator, surely he would have noticed the cable connecting the two of them when he bought it.
  • Vanessa calls the Mary McGuffin doll a "piece of plastic" ("Not So Bad A Dad") When the doll is a plush doll.



  • Dragnet - When Phineas tells Charlene Doofenshmirtz that "If it's all the same to you, ma'am, we'll ask the questions.", this would be considered a tribute to Jack Webb's Sgt. Joe Friday character in the TV series and movie Dragnet where he portrayed a no-nonsense cop, usually adding that he wanted "just the facts, ma'am." The role was inherited to Dan Ackroyd in a 1988 movie remake, and then to Ed O'Neill in a 2000s TV series revival.
  • During the montage of Charitable Charities interviews, Phineas and Ferb are seen dressed respectively as David Starsky and Kenneth Hutchinson (Starsky and Hutch), James "Sonny" Crockett and Ricardo Tubbs (Miami Vice), and Horatio Caine and Erik Delko (CSI: Miami).
    • Starsky and Hutch - Though the car driven by Detectives Ken Hutchinson and Dave Starsky was a 1974 Ford Gran Torino, the one driven by Phineas and Ferb was an AMC Javelin.
    • CSI: Miami - Phineas did Horatio Caine's sunglasses gag and the screaming where the boys are traveling on the air-boat is the same as the start of its theme tune, Won't Get Fooled Again by The Who.
  • The title and doll refers to a MacGuffin, a term coined by Alfred Hitchcock to describe a common item whose single, sole purpose is to drive the plot of the episode forward, either directly or indirectly. The Macguffin Doll would be a good example of said object.
  • Cherry Merry Muffin - "Mary MacGuffin" doll may be in reference to the popular "Cherry Merry Muffin" dolls of the 80's.
  • Cabbage Patch Kids, Jingle All The Way and Tickle Me Elmo - The scarcity of the Mary McGuffin doll is like that of the Cabbage Patch Kids dolls of the early 1980s. The manufacturer was not prepared for the overnight popularity of the doll, so store riots broke out as parents fought over the small supply of that year's must-have Christmas gift. This would be spoofed in the 1996 movie Jingle All the Way starring Arnold Schwarzenegger and Sinbad. A similar craze in 1996 involving another toy - in this case, Tickle Me Elmo - led to similar results.
  • Family Guy - The lost doll plot is similar to Family Guy episode "Road to Rupert", which Dan Povenmire directed.
  • Rugrats: All Grown Up - The Plot is also similar to an episode of the Nickelodeon show Rugrats: All Grown Up, in which Angelica Pickles loses her Cynthia doll after her mom sells it, as well as an episode of Disney Channel's Even Stevens called "Where in the World is Pookie Stevens?" in which Ren's Pookie doll accidentally drops into a box that is taken down to their family's yard sale and prompts her younger brother to search for it.
  • The title is similar to Disney/Pixar's hit Finding Nemo.
  • Finding Mary March - The title is similar to this minor 1988 movie. Mary March seems to have started the title trend of: Finding + someone.
  • When Vanessa recalls her dad going "out of [his] way to catch that foul ball," they are shown in the first row along the left field side at a baseball game, robbing a player in white with a blue hat and sleeves from making a catch in foul ground. This is a clear reference to the Bartman play in Game 6 of the Cubs/Marlins 2003 NLCS series.
  • The music when Phineas and Ferb visited the first Charitable Charities location, the music sounded familiar to the song Racetrack 3000 by The Swivelheadz.


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