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PHINEAS AND FERB – A True Blood Disney with Anna Paquin and Stephen Moyer
True Blood stars Anna Paquin and Stephen Moyer are going to be appearing on a Disney series, specifically on Phineas and Ferb. The two are lending their voices to the animated series’ Halloween flavored episode. They appear in the segment called “The Curse of Candace”. Phineas and Ferb’s older sister, Candace, goes to see the newest teen vampire movie, which is a parody of Twilight in the best way.
Moyer, who is best known as the vampire king, Bill Compton, is voicing a pretty boy vampire named Jared. Paquin voices the fake movie’s female lead, Kristen. If you’re sharp like a tack, you’ll notice Kristen is named after Twilight’s star, Kristen Stewart.
You can check out a clip of the episode at TV Guide. Now if you’ve ever seen Twilight, you’ll know there’s also a teenaged werewolf. Phineas and Ferb includes one of those in its parody, and who better to voice a teen wolf than the original Teen Wolf himself, Michael J. Fox. Fox voices the well-built, shirtless and appropriately named Michael. For a Disney series, this parody is pretty sharp. I say we all give it a round of applause for going there and using True Blood stars and Fox to make it’s jokes all the more hilarious.
The episode also includes a segment featuring Michael Douglas’ voice as some zombies and a pumpkin head. The Halloween episode airs this Friday, Oct. 7 on the Disney Channel. I know, I know. It’s a little early for Halloween, but we want to frighten the kids now so they have time to get over their fears.