History Fridge / PhineasAndFerb

27th Jun '16 3:50:24 PM BobTanaka
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[[AC: Phineas and Ferb: Mission Marvel]]
* While discussing the situation on the helicarrier just after losing their powers, Spider-Man is surprised to find that Nick Fury has been standing there the whole time. Of course he's a little disoriented: he's just lost his spider-sense.
25th Jun '16 6:02:46 PM BobTanaka
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* Candace's 'immature' character design makes sense when you realize that a large portion of the show is from her perspective; she's highly insecure and is struggling to come to terms with growing up. Basically, that's how she sees herself.
23rd Jun '16 12:28:34 AM ZPanda1000
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23rd Jun '16 12:27:28 AM ZPanda1000
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[[AC: Love at First Byte}}
*While planning the block party, someone on Linda's walkie-talkie informs her of a code blue. Generally, code blue means someone has died and needs immediate resuscitation. Linda does not seem too worried about this and, while she does say she's in a hurry, doesn't rush off to help. She instead casually walks away after finishing her conversation with her sons.
*Before the grand finale, Isabella and the fireside girls have to go around and hand out shades to everyone. One can only imagine what kind of ocular damages could have occurred if they missed someone
19th Jun '16 6:59:45 PM BobTanaka
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[[AC: Minor Monogram]]
* Buford makes everyone a gourd helmet that, he claims, captures each person's essence in gourd form. Isabella demands to know how hers is supposed to capture her essence, which everyone else says is obvious. The tip of her gourd is pointing at Phineas.
16th Jun '16 6:37:54 PM BobTanaka
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* Note that whenever Doofenshmirtz teams up with another villain, he always ends up turning on the other bad guy. This is because, as Vanessa points out in the finale, Doofenshmirtz ''isn't'' actually evil: he just thinks he is. When faced with ''real'' evil, he realizes he doesn't want anything to do with it.
8th Jun '16 4:05:31 PM BobTanaka
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* A VERY subtle hint that it's all a dream: Phineas and Ferb are seen actually driving the flying car of the future today. Other episodes, like ''The Secret of Success'' establish that the boys know perfectly well they're not allowed to actually drive real cars, so they use work-arounds like remote controls.
6th Jun '16 3:11:31 PM BobTanaka
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* How can Candace dream about Perry and Doof if she doesn't know about Perry's secret identity? Because she ''does'' know about it! Remember, she saw them fight in ''The Ballad of Badbeard'' when she was tripping out; she assumed it was part of the hallucination, but she still remembers it, at least subconsciously.
2nd Jun '16 8:04:35 AM BobTanaka
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* Phineas's inability to recognize Isabella's feelings becomes a lot less inexplicable after seeing episodes like ''That Sinking Feeling'' and ''Cheer Up Candace.'' It's not that he doesn't notice Isabella in particular, it's that he simply doesn't understand girls in general.
27th May '16 1:28:34 PM BobTanaka
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[[AC: Journey To the Center of Candace]]
* At then end, Doof actually had control over an ''OWCA agent'' and never realized it, just to add insult to injury.
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