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Major Monogram: Ahh... The world of a field agent. Out in the thick of things. Not like me...
My whole world is the screen, just four walls of a rectangle.
(The screen goes black)
But I would dare to b- carl!
Carl: Oh. Sorry Sir. I thought you were done. Do you want me to turn them back on?
Major Monogram: Aw, forget it. The moment's gone.
(Later on in the episode)
Major Monogram: Oh, I hope Agent P is having good luck like I told him to.
My whole world is the screen. Just four-
(Scene cuts to Phineas and Ferb Opening the Roller Coaster)

(End Credits)
Carl: Oh, C'mon, sir!
Major Monogram: No, Carl. The moment is gone.
Carl: Sir?
Major Monogram: I got cut-off twice already.
Carl: But sir, you're very good!
Major Monogram: I am?
Carl: Yes, sir. I've heard you practice.
Major Monogram: Well, I have been practicing.
Carl: Yes, sir. And just like the song said: Carpe Diem!
Major Monogram: Well, You can't argue with Latin, can you?
Carl: No you can't, sir.
Major Monogram: All rightly then. Ahem.
My whole world is the scree-
(End logo interrupts him)
Oh come on!



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