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Dethroning Moment: Phineas And Ferb
Hey, Ferb! I know what we're gonna do today: list down our worst moments!
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LimeTH The completely mean-spirited visuals of "You're Going Down," where Candace imagines herself throwing Phineas and Ferb chained up in jail and locked in to pillories, preparing to shoot down a hot-air balloon with them in it, the goddamn Hindenburg with their faces on it burning to the ground, and the two of them in the back of a garbage truck.
Averyvill Animation: I finally have found a DMOS for Phineas & Ferb. Two words: Ferb! TV! This episode sucked! I did not laugh once in the entire episode. Well, okay, I laughed at Ducky Momo, Candace and Doof's interruption, but that's it. The rest of the episode just felt like a series of rejected Family Guy cutaways that even Seth MacFarlane thought were too stupid, and they were all so boring, forgettable and unfunny. And the worst part was "That's The Norm" with Norm and my least favorite character, Suzy! Suzy gets more screentime than Candace?! Really, guys?! And every time somebody said "Holy Guacamole, You sure are a handful", it made me foam at the mouth. I usually enjoy Phineas & Ferb, but this season has been a disappointment, and this episode was not funny, it was not clever, it was just a series of completely idiotic setpieces. And at the end, I almost felt like my favorite character agreed with me that the episode was crap. You should know better, Dan and Jeff! You should know better!
Ajustice Freaking Candace gets Busted! So Linda and Lawrence are going on a trip and they allow Candace to have her friends over a little a bit and when she allows Jeremy's band to come over and play their new song a bunch of people just start showing up and partying for no other reason than music is playing leaving, and while Candace is trying to get them to leave her friends, Phineas and Ferb keep tell Candace that this is great party even though they should tell that this is breaking and entering and not a party, and of course Linda and Lawrence come home when they hear the party over the phone, and when look up for Candace when Doofenshmirtz's inator of the episode makes the teens disappear like one of the boys' inventions they pull reverse switch and Linda and Lawrence bust Candace! God! This episode seem to exist only to torment Candace for the sake of tormenting Candace!
Tyrannotitan: I love the show, to the point where I even disagree with a few comments on this page, but while there have been some average episodes, the only one I loathe is "Agent Doof". First, the whole Doof realising he sucks at evil just felt forced, and not funny. I would think that even someone with such little common sense would have realised that fact by now. There wasn't any memorable humour either. I also hated how barely anyone got any decent screen time. Sure, Candace and Doof had an alright amount, but I really wanted to see more of Dr. Diminutive - he was introduced, and in the next scene he appears in, we leave him! My least favourite thing however was the whole babies subplot! Having Phineas and Ferb being turned into infants by the latest inator just felt like such a cliche and unoriginal idea, as I have seen similar plots in other cartoons. Everyone seems to think they are cute, but I found them to be quite annoying. All they did was cause trouble for Candace and act like assholes - I saw them as good-natured and kind children (even at this age), not little brats. In fact, it was so bad that I wanted them to get busted. The ending sucked too, because everyone being turned into babies was even more annoying than just the title characters, and poor Candace has to deal with even more trouble than she already has to (complete with a lame fourth wall joke)!
Ms Ami Classified: Seconded, apart from the "wanting to have the boys busted" part. I can't really say I was that frustrated but honestly I still didn't give a (beep) about that part either. Then again, that bit of hate may have just diffused into my reaction to the song of the day. It wasn't that catchy, the singer sounded annoying, the instrumental more so, and I question if they were even trying with the visuals. Or for that matter the entire episode. Ah well, at least this relieves some of the pain, if there's anything good that came out of the ep.
Kittens: The "Finding Mary McGuffin" episode was okay and decent. The musical number was good and the ep just a simple finding a childhood toy concept. But what annoyed me was the end where Vanessa discovers the doll being held by a little girl who seems to love it and she sees how much she likes the doll so does she let the little girl keep the doll and move on? Nope! She snatches the doll out of the girls hands and runs off while the kid cries her eyes out. What the heck writers? I understand if Vanessa acts a little evil just to make her dad happy but let her have a good side for once! And the little girl was happy with the doll so why did you have to pull a greedy jerkass move? Can't she just let her keep the doll? Man!.