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|“||In 1982, a group of students went to detention for a crime they probably commited. Today, still working off the punishment, they survive as below-average tutors. If you got a problem and no one else can help, and you're struggling to make the honor roll, maybe you can hire "The Straight A-Team"!||„|
In 2011, they crashed into a classroom building. The A threw one of Alan's teachers off-screen. They also took Alan (who is the main protagonist of the segment) into their van. They attempted to help him get good grades by cheating. The A had the words "GOLD RUSH" written on his knuckles, as well as having the Declaration of Independence on his butt; Murdock distracted the art class, so that The Face would help Alan with Art, by switching his picture with the Mona Lisa; and Hannibal attempted to give Alan a good grade in Algebra by hacking the school's mainframe.
In the Science part of the segment, Alan decided to side with Phineas and Ferb, who happen to be his lab partners. This makes the Straight A-Team competitive to see "who the better builders are". They also steal items (i.e. bicycle wheel, a toddler's shovel, and a toilet seat) from other people. As the teacher shows up, it was obvious who gets an "A" for the Science Project. Perry (Phineas and Ferb's pet platypus who goes undercover) manages to save the day by blowing up The Straight-A Team's van. This endues the teacher into giving Phineas, Ferb, and Alan an A+. Phineas happily agrees with the grade they received on their Science Project.