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Have you ever wanted to see Jack Black interviewed by cartoon characters? Now's your chance, as he is one of the guests on this talk show, a mixture of animation and live action, featuring characters from the popular animated series "Phineas and Ferb." Step brothers Phineas Flynn and Ferb Fletcher have an animated talk show set complete with a desk, chairs and skyline backdrop. Each episode, a celebrity (in live-action form) -- ranging from Tony Hawk to Taylor Swift and Regis Philbin -- takes a seat on the cartoon set and answers questions posed by the titular pair.

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aired 454 days ago
Phineas and Ferb take a break from teasing their sister Candace to put legendary skateboarder and skateboarding guru Tony Hawk in the hot seat.
aired 454 days ago
Phineas and Ferb take a break from teasing Candace to interview actor, comedian and musician Jack Black, star of "Kung Fu Panda."
aired 455 days ago
Phineas and Ferb take a break from teasing their sister to interview Taylor Swift, the pop singer/songwriter and best friend of Selena Gomez.
aired 455 days ago
Phineas and Ferb take a break from teasing Candace to interview actor Neil Patrick Harris, star of "The Smurfs."
aired 456 days ago
Phineas and Ferb interview celebrities.
aired 457 days ago
Phineas and Ferb interview celebrities.

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