History PhineasAndFerb / TropesDToI

5th Jul '17 11:17:04 AM Kissinger113
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* DysfunctionalFamily: At least, [[InUniverse Candace certainly thinks she's in one of these]].
-->'''Candace:''' (''[[HypocriticalHumor While dusting off her platypus suit]]'') Sometimes, I ''swear'' I'm the only normal one in this family.
** A more straight example would be the Doofenshmirtzes.
** The Van Stomps are strongly implied to be this as well, mostly through NoodleIncident comments from Buford.
4th Jun '17 4:14:55 PM nombretomado
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->Mom! Phineas and Ferb are splitting their TVTropes page!

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->Mom! Phineas and Ferb are splitting their TVTropes Wiki/TVTropes page!



** "[[http://phineasandferb.wikia.com/wiki/Everything%27s_Better_with_Perry Everything's Better with Perry]]" is almost confirmation that Disney reads TVTropes.

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** "[[http://phineasandferb.wikia.com/wiki/Everything%27s_Better_with_Perry Everything's Better with Perry]]" is almost confirmation that Disney reads TVTropes.Wiki/TVTropes.
29th May '17 8:15:12 PM Benthelame
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*FauxFinalLine: Delivered by Candace in "Flop Starz" after making a very disturbing face.
9th May '17 3:09:15 AM elenaisabel722
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%% * HiccupHijinks:

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9th May '17 3:05:26 AM elenaisabel722
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%% * HiccupHijinks: "One Good Scare Ought to Do It!"

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%% * HiccupHijinks: HiccupHijinks:
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"One Good Scare Ought to Do It!"It!" Has Isabella get the hiccups through unknown means. In contrast to the usual takes on this plot, the boys only do one thing (build a haunted house to scare them out of her). At the end of the episode, her hiccups are gone when she sees Phineas in danger.
** It's subverted with Candace though. The same episode has a subplot where Candace plans to hang out with Jeremy , but is constantly tortured by his little sister Suzy. At the end of the episode, she pretends to have hiccups to get attention from Jeremy.
4th Apr '17 1:58:38 AM Vir
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** In "Where's Perry?" Evil Carl's robot duplicates of various characters include Norm, who is already a robot.
25th Feb '17 3:01:26 PM nombretomado
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'''Doofenshmirtz:''' [[DoraTheExplorer We did it! We did it! Lo hicimos! We did it!]]

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'''Doofenshmirtz:''' [[DoraTheExplorer [[WesternAnimation/DoraTheExplorer We did it! We did it! Lo hicimos! We did it!]]
22nd Jan '17 4:38:27 PM harryhenry
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* {{Elseworld}}: the series has several episodes that break the usual setting by putting the main characters in a different time period. Examples include "Tri-Stone Area" (which featured all characters in 27,000 B.C.), "Doof Dynasty" (which featured them in the Ming Dynasty era of ancient feudal China), "Excaliferb!" (which featured the characters in a medieval/fantasy setting, although this was a story read to Major Monogram by Carl) and "Phineas and Ferb and the Temple of Juatchadoon" (an Indiana Jones spoof set in the early 20th century). This was a set of episodes that premiered back to back. Later, Steampunked has a steampunk version of the world back in the 1920s.
** A similar concept is present in the story in "The Monster of Phineas-n-Ferbenstein", which shows Victorian era characters taking on the same roles as the main cast.

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* {{Elseworld}}: the series has several episodes that break the usual setting by putting the main characters in a different time period. Examples include include:
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"Tri-Stone Area" (which featured all characters in 27,000 B.C.), )
"Doof Dynasty" (which featured them in the Ming Dynasty era of ancient feudal China), China)
"Excaliferb!" (which featured the characters in a medieval/fantasy setting, although this was a story read to Major Monogram by Carl) and Carl)
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"Phineas and Ferb and the Temple of Juatchadoon" (an Indiana Jones spoof set in the early 20th century). This was a set of episodes that premiered back to back. Later, back.
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Steampunked has a steampunk version of the world back in the 1920s.
** A similar concept is present in the story in "The Monster of Phineas-n-Ferbenstein", which Phineas-n-Ferbenstein" shows Victorian era Victorian-era characters taking on the same roles as the main cast.
22nd Jan '17 7:58:34 AM albertonykus
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* IntelligibleUnintelligible: Completely subverted- this concept is completely non-existent in Phineas and Ferb. Either you talk, or you have no form of communication:

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* IntelligibleUnintelligible: Completely subverted- this concept is completely non-existent in Phineas and Ferb. Either you talk, or you have no form of communication:Often subverted with the secret agent animals.
1st Dec '16 11:48:21 AM dotheroar
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* IntelligibleUnintelligible: Completely subverted- this concept is completely non-existent in Phineas and Ferb. Either you talk, or you have no form of communication:
-->'''Professor Mystery''': Peter the Panda never mentioned me?
-->'''Doofenshmirtz''': No, but he doesn't actually, you know, talk.
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