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Perry the Platypus
The face that Doofenshmirtz paints on Perry's bubble is the same one that Phineas paints on Candace's "portrait" in the show's theme song video when it gets to "driving our sister insane".
The character model for the mummy also appears in the show's theme song video, accompanying the line "fighting a mummy".
Bus! The Movie looks like it could have been taken from the 1994 movie Speed.
Goof: At one point, it appears that the "Safari Man 2" display changes to the "Monkey Men 2" display because both appear immediately to the left of the "Space Armada" poster and the flying saucer display. However, it may be possible that the theater had more than one copy of the poster and flying saucer displays, and just happened to put each of them close to the separate "Safari Man 2" and "Monkey Men 2" displays when they got moved into storage. Based on what is shown in the episode, the "Safari Man 2" display is somewhere to the right of the "Monkey Men 2" display.
Movies previously shown at the Pharaoh Theater: Moxi, Sharks, Dinor, Bus! The Movie, Scratchy, Safari Man 2 (in 2-D), Space Armada, Space Adventure 6, Monkey Men 2, S/A3.
Movies playing at the Pharaoh Theater: Bones of Doom and The Mummy with Two Tombs.
The top of the gumball machine rolls past the movie theater employee who can't answer simple questions without help, even though it appears that it started closer to the stairwell door.
This is the first, and perhaps the only episode to show Phineas and Ferb's school.
The lawn gnome from Lawn Gnome Beach Party of Terror is seen in the back of Phineas and Ferb's room. It can also seen at the end of Phineas and Ferb Get Busted.
The song I'm Lindana and I Wanna Have Fun can be heard in the elevator that Candace is taking.
Goof: When Phineas and Ferb enter by a door, it says STAIRWELL. When they go into the other room, it says STAIRS.
Phineas and Ferb's original plan to get the mummy (Candace) out was to roll it out on a skateboard
It seems Doofenshmirtz can't swim.
One of the promotionals in the museum basement is for the western movie Phineas watches on his MP4 player in the beginning of "The Magnificent Few".
Phineas: Hey, where's my mummy? Mummy! Mummy!
Dad: Well mummy will have supper waiting for us at home.
Doofenshmirtz: Ah, Perry the Platypus. What incredible timing. And by incredible, I mean completely credible!!
Ferb: Some mummies have their brains pulled out through their nose.
Candace: The lucky ones.
By production code, this is first episode in which Linda and Isabella did not appear.
Song: My Undead Mummy and Me (This song is a send-up of Best Friend by Harry Nilsson, the theme song for the 1969-72 TV series The Courtship of Eddie's Father.
During the flood, Phineas and Ferb ride on the water and down the stairs, showing an on-ride photograph as done famously on the above ride at Disney Parks.
Monkeyman is from the above animated series from 1996-2004. Dan Povenmire directed 3 episodes.
Club Penguin: A previously run movie is called Space Adventure, which is a play with the same title at Club Penguin.
In the movie poster S/A3, one of the aliens resembles a Saibaman from the above series.
The movie theater lobby contains a display for the movie Big Ape, which is a primate that is a large as several buildings. Big Ape is also purple in color, which may be a reference to The Great Grape Ape, from the 1977 TV cartoon.
Oh what a goose I am
The incantation "Owa Tagu Siam" is the play on words used to trick someone into embarrassing themselves.
Speed: While chasing Phineas and Ferb in the basement, Candace runs into promotional poster of "Bus! The Movie", which is clearly a parody of the hit 1994 action movie that starred Keanu Reeves and Sandra Bullock.
Indiana Jones: The two booby traps are similar to the first two Indiana Jones film, in order, the giant glass ball full of candy is similar the boulder that Indy runs away from in the beginning of Raiders of the lost ark. Then the flood caused by Doofenshmirtz and Perry is similar to The temple of doom.
Title: Are You My Mummy?
A reference to the 1960 children's book Are You My Mother? by P.D. Eastman.
The Sharks! cardboard model in the cinema's basement is similar to the promotional posters for the above-titled 1975 movie.
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