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* Lindy Flynn-Fletcher.

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* Lindy Linda Flynn-Fletcher.




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***Vanessa and Norm make each an appearance in a few other Season 2 episodes due to Doofenshmirtz having a major role in Season 2, and Jeremy has a voice-only appearance in another one. As for the rest, no dice.

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[[WMG: Dakota is on the autism spectrum]]
* A lot of the things Dakota does can actually indicate autism in adults:
** His obsession with animals and zoos in particular--to the point where he can aphabetically list every animal, in every habitat in the zoo--is a hyperfixation.
** While none of the other characters are shown changing outfits often (cartoon wardrobe and all), Dakota specifically states in-universe he has multiple copies of the same tracksuit. Autistic individuals often become attached to certain clothes for the texture or colors, and many will wear only one kind of outfit all the time.
** In "Backwards to School Night," the young Dakota--despite being around the same age or older than the other adults-turned-toddlers--speaks far fewer words and less often than the others. Autistic children, if verbal at all, often don't begin speaking until after their peers, and even then take longer to build vocabulary.
*** Also from "Backwards to School Night," the toddler Dakota keeps putting the age-decelerator in his mouth to chew on. Oral stimming--biting, chewing, generally touching things with the mouth--is another symptom of autism in children.
** Dakota is never seen without dark glasses--many autistic people have issues with sensual sensitivity, especially to light or sound.

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[[WMG: The Phineas and Ferb Effect doesn't actually work exactly like Baljeet makes it sound like it does.]]
Okay; bear with me here. Baljeet's explanation basically implies that nothing Phineas and Ferb have ever done has been by their choice or with their own power but that's actually not true. What it actually does is that no matter what they choose to do, the Effect will cause them to operate under optimal conditions, meaning that while they're not guaranteed to succeed at their endeavors (well, in-universe at least; from the viewer's perspective, they are because they're the protagonists), they will always be operating under conditions that will give them the absolute best possible chance of things going well/turning out for the best. This would also explain why Candace can never bust them; even putting aside the BadFuture or the NightmareFuel that was "Phineas and Ferb Get Busted", Linda would probably ground the boys from their antics and they would then go crazy because they're addicted to said antics.


This is also why he bluntly tells them they are incompetent through implication despite being otherwise pleasant to them, he is always sincere to them, even at times it involves brutal honesty.

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This is also why he bluntly tells them they are incompetent through implication despite being otherwise pleasant to them, he is always sincere to them, even at times it involves brutal honesty.honesty.

[[WMG: The show will end after season 2.]]
Let's face it. The show will end after season 2. Sure, series crew member Joshua Pruett mentioned that there's no direct confirmation on whether season 2 is the last season or not, but no one can probably say anything until much later. Plus, look at the signs. Ratings are down. Reruns are dwindling. Its premiere times are on Saturdays at ''7am'' with only encores on Disney XD. Plus, the creators and a good chunk of the crew are working on the Phineas And Ferb movie for Disney+. This show is over.


The reason he knows of them is because part of the banishment protocol is to inform a government official of the era they are banished to, and he couldn't stand by with the perspective two people stranded in a time period that would be mostly alien to them would be completely jobless and with no means to provide for themselves, so he arranged for them to have a low-impact job within his organization as a way for them to at least have a paycheck to live with.

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The reason he knows of them is because part of the banishment protocol is to inform a government official of the era they are banished to, and he couldn't stand by with the perspective two people stranded in a time period that would be mostly alien to them would be completely jobless and with no means to provide for themselves, so he arranged for them to have a low-impact job within his organization as a way for them to at least have a paycheck to live with.with.

This is also why he bluntly tells them they are incompetent through implication despite being otherwise pleasant to them, he is always sincere to them, even at times it involves brutal honesty.


When another inevitable crossover happens, Candace and Elliott will argue over who has the harder job, leading them to wager a bet. Hilarity ensues when Elliott attempts to bust Phineas and Ferb, sensing the dangers their big ideas could pose, while Candace does everything possible to prevent Milo from causing any (indirect) harm. Meanwhile, Major Monogram and Doofenshmirtz will also take over for their VA counterparts Cavendish and Dakota.

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When another inevitable crossover happens, Candace and Elliott will argue over who has the harder job, leading them to wager a bet. Hilarity ensues when Elliott attempts to bust Phineas and Ferb, sensing the dangers their big ideas could pose, while Candace does everything possible to prevent Milo from causing any (indirect) harm. Meanwhile, Major Monogram and Doofenshmirtz will also take over for their VA counterparts Cavendish and Dakota.Dakota.

[[WMG: The present day Mr. Block is genuinely fond of Cavendish and Dakota, and every time he laughs at what he believes to be jokes, he is in SincerityMode.]]
The reason he knows of them is because part of the banishment protocol is to inform a government official of the era they are banished to, and he couldn't stand by with the perspective two people stranded in a time period that would be mostly alien to them would be completely jobless and with no means to provide for themselves, so he arranged for them to have a low-impact job within his organization as a way for them to at least have a paycheck to live with.


If you thought the integration "Meapless in Seattle" into an actual episode was nuts, Dan and Swampy will blow our minds again. This time it goes UpToEleven when they establish the cutscenes from "Meap Me in St. Louis" while bringing characters from both shows together into an hour-long special. Admit it, you wanted to see the fight between Perry and Suzy.

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If you thought the integration "Meapless in Seattle" into an actual episode was nuts, Dan and Swampy will blow our minds again. This time it goes UpToEleven when they establish the cutscenes from "Meap Me in St. Louis" while bringing characters from both shows together into an hour-long special. Admit it, you wanted to see the fight between Perry and Suzy.Suzy.

[[WMG: The P&F and MML characters will swap roles]]
When another inevitable crossover happens, Candace and Elliott will argue over who has the harder job, leading them to wager a bet. Hilarity ensues when Elliott attempts to bust Phineas and Ferb, sensing the dangers their big ideas could pose, while Candace does everything possible to prevent Milo from causing any (indirect) harm. Meanwhile, Major Monogram and Doofenshmirtz will also take over for their VA counterparts Cavendish and Dakota.


It would make sense that, after the season finale, Doofenshmirtz would've proven himself enough that he'll be taken back in as a trainee agent. It would furthermore aid Doof on his long road to become Professor Time, as this would help him how to be good (since he somewhat sucks at it).

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It would make sense that, after the season finale, Doofenshmirtz would've proven himself enough that he'll be taken back in as a trainee agent. It would furthermore aid Doof on his long road to become Professor Time, as this would help him how to be good (since he somewhat sucks at it).it).

[[WMG: "Meap Me in St. Louis" will somehow be made into a MML episode]]
If you thought the integration "Meapless in Seattle" into an actual episode was nuts, Dan and Swampy will blow our minds again. This time it goes UpToEleven when they establish the cutscenes from "Meap Me in St. Louis" while bringing characters from both shows together into an hour-long special. Admit it, you wanted to see the fight between Perry and Suzy.


* Ever notice how Doofinshmirtz always fails to take over the Tri-State-Area and how Candace can't bust her brothers since Doofinsmirtz's inventions often undo Phineas and Ferbs? Well, since Milo only lives a few neighborhoods away, what if his powers are the cause of FailureIsTheOnlyOption for the two of them? His powers would have to creep a little too far from him, but it's possible.

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* Ever notice how Doofinshmirtz Doofenshmirtz always fails to take over the Tri-State-Area and how Candace can't bust her brothers since Doofinsmirtz's Doofensmirtz's inventions often undo Phineas and Ferbs? Well, since Milo only lives a few neighborhoods away, what if his powers are the cause of FailureIsTheOnlyOption for the two of them? His powers would have to creep a little too far from him, but it's possible.



* [[Spoiler: semi confirmed, its Cavendish who dies all the time and gets do overs thanks to Dakota]]

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* [[Spoiler: [[spoiler: semi confirmed, its it's Cavendish who dies all the time and gets do overs thanks to Dakota]]
Dakota.]]



[[WMG: Milo is the reason Doofinschmirtz and Candace always fail.]]

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[[WMG: Milo is the reason Doofinschmirtz Doofenshmirtz and Candace always fail.]]



* Maybe he's a reverse wearwolf who transforms in direct sunlight.

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* Maybe he's a reverse wearwolf werewolf who transforms in direct sunlight.


* [[Spoilers: semi confirmed, its Cavendish who dies all the time and gets do overs thanks to Dakota]]

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* [[Spoilers: [[Spoiler: semi confirmed, its Cavendish who dies all the time and gets do overs thanks to Dakota]]



[[WMG: Cavendish and Dakota will meet Major Monogram and Dr. Doofenschmirtz.]]

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[[WMG: Cavendish and Dakota will meet Major Monogram and Dr. Doofenschmirtz.Doofenshmirtz.]]



Think about it. His failed missions, [[spoiler:his many deaths]] and the fact that other time travelers erase his many, many mistakes and because of this he can't improve in his life. Maybe his curse it's different and it doesn't apply (to some extend) to the people around him, but mostly in ''himself''.

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Think about it. His failed missions, [[spoiler:his many deaths]] and the fact that other time travelers erase his many, many mistakes and because of this he can't improve in his life. Maybe his curse it's is different and in that it doesn't apply (to some extend) extent) to the people around him, but mostly in to ''himself''.


Season 2 centers around Doofenshmirtz living with the Murphys, with a destiny to invent time travel in 15 years time. Until "Doof's Day Out", however, he hasn't done anything and stays home without a working... which is strange when Doof ''was'' a teacher in "Doof 101", as well as an OWCA agent in "The OWCA Files". But neither of the two episodes had been referenced once in MML.

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Season 2 centers around Doofenshmirtz living with the Murphys, with a destiny to invent time travel in 15 years time. Until "Doof's Day Out", however, he hasn't done anything and stays home without a working...job... which is strange when Doof ''was'' a teacher in "Doof 101", as well as an OWCA agent in "The OWCA Files". But neither of the two episodes had been referenced once in MML.



It would make sense that, after the season finale, Doofenshmirtz would've profen himself enough that he'll be taken back in as a trainee agent. It would furthermore aid Doof on his long road to become Professor Time, as this would help him how to be good (since he somewhat sucks at it).

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It would make sense that, after the season finale, Doofenshmirtz would've profen proven himself enough that he'll be taken back in as a trainee agent. It would furthermore aid Doof on his long road to become Professor Time, as this would help him how to be good (since he somewhat sucks at it).



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* Cameos in "The Phineas and Ferb Effect", but has yet to appear outside of the crossover episode.




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^ [[https://vignette.wikia.nocookie.net/milomurphyslaw/images/3/3b/Dm6aUVvWsAAPuOe.jpg/revision/latest?cb=20180913021921 We'll definitely get to see how Milo and Melissa met]].




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*Jossed, Heinz really will become Professor Time. With branding and all.




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* Well, something bad really ''did'' happen to most Phineas and Ferb characters: they got turned into evil Pistachions by Derek's M.U.L.C.H. machine. Even then, it got [[ResetButton reverted in the end]], thanks to Professor Time eliminating Derek in the past.



Of course it's a win/win scenario if Milo is late because it means Melissa has to do something for him.

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Of course it's a win/win scenario if Milo is late because it means Melissa has to do something for him.him.

[[WMG: Amanda gets a backpack of her own]]

In Season 2, Amanda finally falls for Milo after the events of "Cake 'Splosion!", having realized that Milo is prepared enough to tackle any inconvenience Murphy's Law brings. Amanda is also a perfectionist that prefers to have control over a situation, and is good at organizing. It makes sense for her to have a backpack like Milo's if she wants to keep a relationship with him.

[[WMG: WesternAnimation/TheOWCAFiles takes place ''after'' Milo Murphy's Law Season 2]]

Season 2 centers around Doofenshmirtz living with the Murphys, with a destiny to invent time travel in 15 years time. Until "Doof's Day Out", however, he hasn't done anything and stays home without a working... which is strange when Doof ''was'' a teacher in "Doof 101", as well as an OWCA agent in "The OWCA Files". But neither of the two episodes had been referenced once in MML.

Thing is, however, while "Doof 101" takes place directly after summer, it was ''never disclosed'' when "The OWCA Files" takes place. And considering that in "The OWCA Files", Phineas and Ferb's home was destroyed while all the Flynn-Fletchers were out, it could be assumed they're still at school.

It would make sense that, after the season finale, Doofenshmirtz would've profen himself enough that he'll be taken back in as a trainee agent. It would furthermore aid Doof on his long road to become Professor Time, as this would help him how to be good (since he somewhat sucks at it).



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** Jossed. Deadpool does not appear.



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** Jossed. Nothing like that happens in the crossover.




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** Linda, Lawrence, and the other Fireside Girls appear in non-speaking cameos. Its jossed for everyone else.

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[[WMG: Diogee was offered a chance to join OWCA, but turned it down.]]
He'd rather spend his time protecting Milo.
* He can build pulleys, book plane tickets, and skydive. He certainly has the skills to do it.

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