Dethroning Moment: Phineas and Ferb

Hey, Ferb! I know what we're gonna do today: list down our worst moments!

Keep in mind:
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  • One moment per work to a troper, if multiple entries are signed to the same troper the more recent one will be cut.
  • Moments only, no "just everything he said," or "This entire show," or "This entire series" entries.
  • No contesting entries. This is subjective, the entry is their opinion.
  • No natter. As above, anything contesting an entry will be cut, and anything that's just contributing more can be made its own entry.
  • Explain why it's a Dethroning Moment of Suck.
  • No Real Life examples including Executive Meddling. That's just asking for trouble.
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  • Marioking98341: Don't get me wrong. I liked Phineas and Ferb The Movie: Across the 2nd Dimension. But don't you think Phineas was overreacting to Perry's reveal? Honestly, it would've been more understandable if he hadn't tried to hide his own feats of superheroism from his own love interest.
  • MadMan400096: For me, Professor Ross Eforp's Yank the Dog's Chain moment in "My Fair Goalie" of the regular series. He is forced into hiding when it's found out his name's a palindrome, something the British apparently didn't like at the time in the show's universe. When he finds his dream project's been realized by Phineas and Ferb, he is about to come out of hiding, but people are still against him just because his name is a fucking palindrome. This is Phineas and Ferb, people, not Family Guy!
  • 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.
  • Kittens: The "Finding Mary McGuffin" episode was okay and decent. The musical number was good and the episode 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!.
  • TotalDramaRox97: "Quietest Day Ever": Doofenshmirtz makes himself handsome by accident and ends up achieving his goal of ruling the Tri-State Area because of it. Just as Doofenshmirtz is about to become leader, Perry makes him ugly again. Once Perry turns him ugly again, everyone just immediately brushes him off and ruins his plans, again. What's the lesson this episode teaches us? You can only achieve your goals by looking good and not looking good means your goals have no hope of happening. Great lesson.
  • {safind} : Whilst I am still getting back into the show (And have enjoyed most of Season 4 thus far), my DMOS would have to be "Bee Story", not the episode's plot though, but the song. "Waggle Dance" is the absolute worst song ever created for the entire show. Whilst some may like it (And those people do not believe in my opinion that the song is crap), there are those that agree with me that the song is awful. The lyrics are awful and the visuals..... Good god, do I even need to say it? They're something only a Pedophile could ever enjoy. Even as I type this, I feel an increasing need for Brain Bleach. On the plus side though, I've regained my liking of the other songs, but Waggle Dance is just so awful, I would rather swallow cyanide that even look at one second of the song or read through one word of its lyrics.
  • Midna: I ordinarily love Phineas and Ferb, but there's this one Doofenshmirtz's Daily Dirt segment (this one) that... well, it's not really a pot-shot, but nevertheless it briefly flashes a caricature of the universe's favorite punching bag, bronies. I don't normally get riled up about fandom jokes because, let's face it, overweight neckbearded fans are a fact of life, but the way the gag is executed it comes across like some writer at Disney is jealous of FiM's overwhelming popularity and thought, "heh heh, hey, let's sneak in a Take That at a competing show's fanbase! That'll show them for having the balls to like a cartoon that isn't ours!". (Doesn't help it's exactly the same kind of joke anyone with at least half a brain could make about any fandom, either.) All in all I'm not offended, but I really expected better from Disney of all companies.
  • Princess Togezo: The end of the episode "Candace Gets Busted" was just a kick in the teeth. After Candace spends the entire episode trying to put a stop to a party she didn't want, it at first seems like she's succeeded thanks to Doof's inator transporting the party guests into his pants (which was pretty funny). But then Doof tells Perry to hit the reverse switch, and the party guests return to the Flynn-Fletcher house just as the parents arrive. The scene where Linda is chewing out Candace (saying "I trusted you!" and all that stuff) was just painful to watch, and it made me think, "Why don't you just give her five seconds to explain?!" It's not like Candace deliberately threw a huge party; she just invited a few friends over and it got out of hand! This episode felt like a "Kick the Teenage Girl" fest, and I'm fairly certain it played a big role in my deciding not to watch the show anymore.
  • Ivanov Troping 97: Normally, I like Phineas & Ferb, but the end of the episode "Invasion of the Ferb Snatchers" was just a huge middle finger to me. I was seriously expecting Candace to bust her brothers for real. I can understand the fake Linda robot body dissappearing, but a gift box containing a launch pad?! I mean, come on! Why did it dissapear when Linda is at the backyard? She should have seen the box! I just really don't understand. Like "Candace Gets Busted", the ending feels like a "Kick the Teenage Girl" moment. That's just how I feel, though.