History PhineasAndFerb / TropesDToI

26th Jun '16 10:09:48 AM albertonykus
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** One hilariously {{lampshaded}} example from "Phineas's Birthday Clip-o-Rama!"

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** One hilariously {{lampshaded}} example from "Phineas's Birthday Clip-o-Rama!"Clip-o-Rama!" The episode also included clips to induce this even in more loyal Phineas and Ferb fans by tricking them into thinking there are episodes they haven't seen.



*** The episode also included clips to induce this even in more loyal Phineas and Ferb fans by tricking them into thinking there are episodes they haven't seen.
24th Jun '16 3:52:23 PM BobTanaka
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** In "Primal Perry," Baljeet mentions that he's already begun work on his college applications. Cue "Act Your Age," and Baljeet has already finished college and been hired as a professor while the other kids are just about to start college.
22nd Jun '16 12:39:18 AM sparkles38
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** "Remains of the Platypus" hilariously played with this. To give you a hint, imagine Doofenshmirtz Evil Incorporated's interior, Doof's Inator is flashing yellow and red lightning, Carl is dressed in a squirrel suit and trapped in a cage, Perry the Platypus is Doof's Butler, Doof himself is in his briefs (yes, ''just'' his briefs), celebrating because he feels he has finally won, Major Monogram is wearing jeans and a Hawaiian style button-up shirt, bloated, and tottering out of Phineas an Ferb's backyard, scaring everyone away, and here's the kicker: one of Phineas and Ferb's inventions crashes through the roof of DEI, and opens up to reveal four British Bobbys and a midget, who then proceed to [[UpToEleven take the party up to an eleven]]. The rest of the episode is spent [[BackToFront going back one scene at a time]] to explain how things got to this point.

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*** The episode also included clips to induce this even in more loyal Phineas and Ferb fans by tricking them into thinking there are episodes they haven't seen.
** "Remains of the Platypus" hilariously played with lampshaded this. To give you a hint, imagine Doofenshmirtz Evil Incorporated's interior, Doof's Inator is flashing yellow and red lightning, Carl is dressed in a squirrel suit and trapped in a cage, Perry the Platypus is Doof's Butler, Doof himself is in his briefs (yes, ''just'' his briefs), celebrating because he feels he has finally won, Major Monogram is wearing jeans and a Hawaiian style button-up shirt, bloated, and tottering out of Phineas an Ferb's backyard, scaring everyone away, and here's the kicker: one of Phineas and Ferb's inventions crashes through the roof of DEI, and opens up to reveal four British Bobbys and a midget, who then proceed to [[UpToEleven take the party up to an eleven]]. The rest of the episode is spent [[BackToFront going back one scene at a time]] to explain how things got to this point.
20th Jun '16 12:06:25 AM gewunomox
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* InsaneTrollLogic: One episode involves Doofenshmirtz charting out the pattern of evil within a month. He discovers that while his own evil is perfectly constant, there is a gigantic increase in general evil around the time of the full Moon... assuming that the problem is {{werewolves}}. He considers this bad because it makes him seem less evil by comparison and reasons that he should [[ArtisticLicensePhysics rotate the Moon so the dark side always faces the Earth]]. When he later discovers that the light of the Moon is actually a reflection of the light of the Sun, he reasons that he should have instead rotated the Sun.

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* InsaneTrollLogic: One episode involves Doofenshmirtz charting out the pattern of evil within a month. He discovers that while his own evil is perfectly constant, there is a gigantic increase in general evil around the time of the full Moon... assuming that the problem is {{werewolves}}.werewolves. He considers this bad because it makes him seem less evil by comparison and reasons that he should [[ArtisticLicensePhysics rotate the Moon so the dark side always faces the Earth]]. When he later discovers that the light of the Moon is actually a reflection of the light of the Sun, he reasons that he should have instead rotated the Sun.
18th Jun '16 12:53:54 AM gewunomox
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** Love Händel is an homage to [[TheEighties eighties]] rock bands like DefLeppard.

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** Love Händel is an homage to [[TheEighties eighties]] rock bands like DefLeppard.Music/DefLeppard.
15th Jun '16 3:30:55 AM morenohijazo
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* FloatingClocks: They have used the clocks and calendar pages variations in different episodes.
28th May '16 6:08:46 PM BobTanaka
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* IMeantToDoThat: Doofenshmirtz does this quite a bit.
-->'''Doofenshmirtz:''' (after turning on his atomic-leaf-blower-inator) "AHHH! TURN IT OFF! TURN IT OFF!" (turns it off after blowing all the leaves off of his tree) "...Perfect! Just as I planned!
29th Apr '16 1:26:30 PM BobTanaka
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* IHaveNoSon: Doofenshmirtz's father says this exact phrase [[DisproportionateRetribution when young Heinz chickens out on the high-dive.]] [[HilariouslyAbusiveChildhood Considering his childhood as a whole, it was more of a lateral move.]]
26th Apr '16 4:58:40 PM BobTanaka
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* HollywoodEconomics: Over the course of the summer, the Flynn-Fletcher family takes at least two family trips to London, a vacation in Hawaii, a road-trip in a rented RV, and a trip to Africa. Apparently, they run a ''very'' successful antique shop.
24th Apr '16 4:29:59 PM BobTanaka
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** Isabella's mother has a much larger role than usual in "Phineas and Ferb and the Temple of Juatchadoon," actually taking part in the adventure.
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