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Note: Episodes are listed in production order.


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    Season 1 
    • "Rollercoaster" — Phineas and Ferb, two wildly imaginative step-brothers looking for something to liven up their summer vacation, decide to build their own roller coaster, while their big sister Candace tries to catch them in the act; meanwhile, their pet platypus Perry is a secret agent who must thwart Mad Scientist Dr. Doofenshmirtz's latest strange evil scheme.
    • "Candace Loses Her Head" — Phineas and Ferb decide to celebrate Candace's birthday by adding her face to Mount Rushmore; Perry the Platypus tries to stop Dr. Doofensmirtz's attempt to drill an express tunnel through the Earth.
    • "The Fast and the Phineas" — Phineas and Ferb convert their mom's car to be remote controlled so they can enter it in a stock-car race; Dr. Doofensmirtz threatens the Tri-State Area with his "Deflate-inator".
    • "Lawn Gnome Beach Party of Terror" — Phineas and Ferb build a tropical beach in their backyard, and Candace ends up becoming the "queen wahinie"; Perry the Platypus must stop Dr. Doofenshmirtz from stealing all the lawn gnomes in Danville.
    • "The Magnificent Few" — Phineas, Ferb, and their friend Isabella try to round up some cattle that escaped from a dude ranch; Dr. Doofenshmirtz plots to corner the market on aluminum siding with the reluctant help of his teenage daughter Vanessa.
    • "S'Winter" — Phineas and Ferb build a ski-resort in their backyard, and Candace follows her crush Jeremy when he starts hanging out with exchange student "D.D."; Perry must stop Dr. Doofensmirtz from using a massive laser to melt and steal all the chocolate in the Tri-State Area.
    • "Are You My Mummy?" — After a day at the movies, Phineas and Ferb explore the back rooms of a theater looking for a mummy of their own; Dr. Doofensmirtz tries to flood the world to make his own beach-front property.
    • "Flop Starz" — Candace gets jealous when her brothers set out to become one-hit wonders and earn a sizeable following; Dr. Doofensmirtz wreaks havoc in downtown Danville with a giant robot.
    • "Raging Bully" — Phineas faces local bully Buford von Stomm in a no-holds-barred thumb-wrestling match; Dr. Doofensmirtz tries to hypnotize people into coming to his birthday party.
    • "Lights, Candace, Action!" — Candace gets a part in a movie based on her favorite play, only to find her brothers are the directors and have made some wild changes to the script; Dr. Doofensmirtz takes a break from evil and gets into cheese-making with his "Age Acceleration-inator".
    • "Get That Bigfoot Outta My Face!" — Phineas and Ferb take their friends camping with their maternal grandparents, where a story about Bigfoot inspires a few pranks; Perry ends up a third wheel on Dr. Doofensmirtz's blind date.
    • "Tree To Get Ready" — Candace and her friend Stacey challenge Phineas and Ferb to a treehouse-robot showdown; Perry must stop Dr. Doofenshmirtz from siccing brainwashed pigeons on his "goody- two-shoes brother" Roger Doofenshmirtz.
    • "It's About Time!" — Phineas, Ferb, and Candace end up stuck in prehistoric times after the boys get an experimental time machine working; Perry discovers Dr. Doofenshmirtz has found a new nemesis in Peter the Panda.
    • "Jerk De Soleil" — Candace battles an awkward allergic reaction trying to expose her brothers' attempt to start their own circus; Dr. Doofenshmirtz tries to give everyone in the Tri-State Area an embarrassing high-pitched voice.
    • "Toy To The World" — Phineas and Ferb get into the toy-making biz with their "Perry the Platypus Inacton Figure"; meanwhile, the real Perry tries to stop Dr. Doofenshmirtz from building a wall around Danville and setting up toll roads.
    • "One Good Scare Ought to Do It!" — In order to scare Isabella's hiccups away, Phineas and Ferb build their own haunted house, while Candace's attempts to hang out with her crush Jeremy are thwarted by Jeremy's jealous little sister Suzy; Perry the Platypus finds Dr. Doofensmirtz in the hide-out of his villainous mentor.
    • "A Hard Days Knight" — While visiting their paternal grandparents in England, Phineas and Ferb host their own jousting tournament; Perry the Platypus tracks Dr. Doofenshmirtz down to a villain convention.
    • "I, Brobot" — Phineas and Ferb make robot duplicates of themselves in order to get more projects done; Dr. Doofenshmirtz tries to erase some embarrassing messages on his girlfriend's answering machine with a high-powered magnet.
    • "Mom's Birthday" — Candace finds herself upstaged by Phineas and Ferb while celebrating their mother's birthday; Perry the Platypus must stop Dr. Doofenshmirtz from unleashing his "Shrinkspheria" on all the things that annoy him.
    • "Journey to the Center of Candace" — Phineas and Ferb build a shrinking submarine that ends up in the body of their big sister; Perry captures Dr. Doofenshmirtz before he can start his latest scheme, but must wait for backup.
    • "Run Away Runway" — Candace tries to become a supermodel, but Phineas and Ferb's "Summer All the Time" collection steals the spotlight; Dr. Doofenshmirtz unleashes an army of clones of himself on the local mall.
    • "I Scream, You Scream" — While Candace tries to catch her brothers in the act of building a giant sundae-making machine, Vanessa Doofenshmirtz tries to convince her mother Charlene that her dad is an evil scientist.
    • "It's a Mud, Mud, Mud, Mud World" — When Candace's driving lessons hit a snag, Phineas and Ferb throw a monster truck rally to build their sister's confidence; Dr. Doofenshmirtz tries to corner the market on monster trucks.
    • "The Ballad of Badbeard" — Phineas and Ferb and their friends try to find the lost treasure of the "fresh-water pirate" Badbeard; meanwhile, Candace starts tripping on hallucinogenic moss and unwittingly follows Perry the Platypus on his latest mission.
    • "Dude, We're Getting the Band Back Together" — When Lawrence forgets his and Linda's wedding anniversary, Phineas and Ferb scheme to patch things up by getting their favorite hair metal band, Love Händel, to hold a reunion concert; Perry the Platypus ends up helping Dr. Doofenshmirtz throw a birthday party for Vanessa.
    • "Ready for the Bettys" — Candace and Stacey win a day with their favorite band, the Bettys, but Candace thinks the Bettys are just taking advantage of them; meanwhile, Perry must protect Phineas and Ferb when Phineas mistakes a mission to thwart Dr. Doofenshmirtz for a spy game set up by Ferb.
    • "The Flying Fish-Monger" — Phineas and Ferb help their Grandpa Reginald relive his days as a stunt motorcyclist; Dr. Doofenshmirtz plots revenge on a childhood bully who used to kick sand in his face.
    • "Phineas and Ferb Get Busted!" — When Linda finally catches Phineas and Ferb in the middle of their latest project, the boys are sent to a reform camp. Candace's delight at being vindicated is short-lived when she learns just how cruel the conditions at "Smile-Away Reformatory" are, and plots to break her brothers out.
    • "Greece Lightning" — Phineas and Ferb hold their own chariot race through downtown Danville; Dr. Doofenshmirtz learns that "man" is the greatest enemy of the platypus, so he tries to get rid of Perry with a cheerful but destructive android named Norm.
    • "Leave the Busting to Us!" — Candace teams up with the host of a struggling reality TV show to bust Phineas and Ferb; Perry the Platypus must stop Dr. Doofenshmirtz from unleashing bad weather on Danville with his "Gloominator 3000-inator".
    • "Crack That Whip" — Candace and the boys get roped into a roller derby showdown between their Grandma Betty Jo and her old rival... who turns out to be Jeremy Johnson's Grandma Hildegarde; Dr. Doofenshmirtz phones in his latest evil plot thanks to a nasty headache.
    • "The Best Lazy Day Ever" — When Phineas and Ferb take the day off, Candace drives herself crazy with nothing to bust them for; Perry the Platypus must stop Dr. Doofenshmirtz from making everyone in Danville uglier than he is with his "Ugly-inator".
    • "Boyfriend From 27,000 BC" — Phineas and Ferb unthaw a caveman they found in a glacier, who takes a shine to Candace; Perry must stop Dr. Doofenshmirtz from stealing all the sandwich costumes in the Tri-State area.
    • "Voyage to the Bottom of Buford" — When Buford's pet goldfish goes missing, Phineas and Ferb take pity on the bully and vow to help him out; Dr. Doofenshmirtz finds his villain cred in peril after he saves a kitten.
    • "Put That Putter Away" — With Candace sick in bed, it's up to Stacey to bust Phineas and Ferb for their attempt to make their own, elaborate mini-golf course; Perry must stop Dr. Doofenshmirtz's plot against his annoying neighbor Phil.
    • "Does This Duckbill Make Me Look Fat?" — Phineas and Ferb's teleporter causes Perry the Platypus and Candace to switch bodies. Unfortunately, "Perry the Teenage Girl" is called into action to stop Dr. Doofenshmirtz from stealing statues of the Mr. Slushy-Burger mascot.
    • "Traffic Cam Caper" — When Candace learns a traffic cam across the street has caught some of Phineas and Ferb's big projects, she plans to use it to bust her brothers, who innocently think she wants to show off their hard word to their mom. But the cam also has evidence of Perry the Platypus's double life as a secret agent, and Perry teams up with Norm the Robotic Man to steal the data files.
    • "Bowl-a-Rama Drama" — Phineas and Ferb try to set a world record with a giant, self-propelled bowling ball, which goes haywire when Candace tries to hijack it; Dr. Doofenshmirtz tries to freeze Danville with robotic penguins so he can corner the market on hot cocoa.
    • "The Monster of Phineas-N-Ferbenstein" — Grandpa Reginald regales the kids with the stories of one of Ferb's ancestors, who was assitant to a mad scientist; meanwhile, Dr. Doofenshmirtz regales Perry the Platypus with the stories of his own ancestor.
    • "Oil on Candace" — Phineas and Ferb try to help Django Brown impress his artist father by creating a giant painting in the desert; Dr. Doofenshmirtz tries to impress his old mad science teacher, Dr. Gevaarlijk.
    • "Unfair Science Fair" — Phineas and Ferb help Baljeet create a science project, and invent a working portal to another planet; meanwhile, Dr. Doofenshmirtz tries to crash the same science fair with the world's biggest baking soda volcano.
    • "Unfair Science Fair Redux: Another Story" — A lonely Candace helps Phineas and Ferb test their portal and ends up on Mars, where the locals make her queen.
    • "Out to Launch" — Candace is distracted from her worries about asking Jeremy to a dance by Phineas and Ferb's latest project, a space rocket designed to take them to a distant star their dad bought in their name. Meanwhile, Isabella tries in vain to ask Phineas out to a girl's choice dance, and Perry investigates Dr. Doofenshmirtz's attempt to create the world's biggest shadow puppet using a giant satellite.
    • "Got Game?" — Phineas and Ferb invent their own sport to help settle a score between Buford and Isabella; Perry goes undercover at a dog show to thwart Dr. Doofenshmirtz's attempts to sabotage the event.
    • "Comet Kermillian" — Phineas and Ferb create a giant observatory for a comet-viewing party; Perry the Platypus discovers Dr. Doofenshmirtz has stolen all the steaks in the Tri-State Area for some reason.
    • "Out of Toon" — Phineas and Ferb create their own cartoon studio, and create a cartoon starring themselves and their friends as superheroes; Dr. Doofenshmirtz tries to defeat Perry the Platypus with the power of dance.
    • "Hail Doofania!: When his brother becomes mayor, Dr. Doofenshmirtz decides to found his own country, a plan which his daughter Vanessa tries to expose to her mom. Meanwhile, as Perry the Platypus struggles to get into his secret lair, Phineas and Ferb create a rainbow-projecting device as a treat for Isabella.
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    Season 2 
    • "The Lake Nose Monster" — Phineas and Ferb search for a legendary lake monster, while Candace auditions to become a life guard; Perry tries to stop Dr. Doofenshmirtz from harvesting zinc from the bottom of Lake Nose.
    • "Interview with a Platypus" — Phineas and Ferb create an invention that lets people talk to animals; Dr. Doofenshmirtz tries to flood Danville so he can market his "Buoyancy-Operated Aquatic Transport" to the public.
    • "Tip of the Day" — Phineas and Ferb try to raise awareness of what an aglet is; Dr. Doofenshmirtz tries to erase people's memories of an embarrassing video of himself.
    • "Attack of the 50-Foot Sister" — Candace tries to get taller so she can become a "Flawless Girl" model, but takes too much of Phineas and Ferb's serum and turns into a giant; Perry must stop Dr. Doofenshmirtz from covering the county fair in a terrible smell.
    • "Backyard Aquarium" — Phineas and Ferb build an aquarium in their backyard as a tribute to their new pet goldfish; Perry discovers Dr. Doofenshmirtz has a vendetta against hot dog vendors.
    • "Day of the Living Gelatin" — Phineas and Ferb fill a swimming pool with gelatin, only for Dr. Doofenshmirtz's "evil-inator" to cause it to come to life and go on a rampage.
    • "Elementary, My Dear Stacy" — While on a trip to London, Candace is inspired by the Sherlock Holmes stories to use deductive reasoning to bust her brothers; Perry the Platypus teams up with the stuffy agent Double-O Zero to stop Dr. Doofenshmirtz from stealing Big Ben.
    • "Don't Even Blink" — Candace tries to find out once and for all where Phineas and Ferb's inventions go when they disappear; as it just so happens, Dr. Doofenshmirtz has invented an invisibility ray, and Perry tries to stop him from using it on the Fireside Girls.
    • "Chez Platypus" — Phineas and Ferb open a fancy restaurant in their backyard for Candace and Jeremy's date; Dr. Doofenshmirtz thinks he's found a kindred spirit on his blind date.
    • "Perry Lays an Egg" — Phineas and Ferb try to hatch an egg they think Perry laid, but Candace thinks their approach is too clinical; Perry is unimpressed by Dr. Doofenshmirtz's evil plot to heckle a whale.
    • "Gaming The System" — Phineas and Ferb transport themselves into the world of video games, and Candace gets sucked in when she's in the middle of preparing for her big date with Jeremy; Dr. Doofenshmirtz plots to humiliate the men of Danville with his "Ballgown-Inator".
    • "The Chronicles of Meap" — Phineas and Ferb meet an adorable alien from outer space they name "Meap", but the alien whom they think is Meap's father is actually an alien poacher; Dr. Doofenshmirtz uses a static-generating gun to reunite with his long-lost childhood balloon.
    • "Thaddeus and Thor" — Phineas and Ferb discover they have rivals in the realm of "kids building overly ambitious projects"; Perry ends up helping Dr. Doofenshmirtz win a kickball game at the Doofenshmirtz family reunion.
    • "De Plane! De Plane!" — Phineas and Ferb build a giant plane out of papíer-mache, while Candace tries to impress Jeremy at a pool party; Dr. Doofenshmirtz builds a solar-powered heat ray out of old bottles.
    • "Let's Take a Quiz" — Candace and Buford face off in Phineas and Ferb's crazy, made-up game show; Dr. Doofensmirtz plots to erase all informercials in the Tri-State Area.
    • "At the Car Wash" — Phineas and Ferb help the Fireside girls with a car-wash fundraiser, while Candace tries to play "hard-to-get" with Jeremy; Dr. Doofenshmirtz is inspired to literally make mountains out of mole-hills.
    • "Oh, There You Are, Perry" — When Perry is reassigned to a more threatening villain, Phineas and Ferb try to track down their missing pet platypus.
    • "Swiss Family Phineas" — The Flynn-Fletcher family gets stranded on a deserted island, and Phineas and Ferb build an elaborate tree-house shelter; Perry the Platypus must stop Dr. Doofenshmirtz from using monkey slave labor for his "big laundry" business.
    • "Phineas and Ferb's Quantum Boogaloo" — Phineas and Ferb travel to the future, where they accidentally inspire Candace's future self to change history, with disastrous consequences.
    • "Hide and Seek" — Phineas and Ferb and their friends (including a nerdy kid named Irving who's obsessed with the brothers) use a shrink ray to play hide-and-seek indoors; Dr. Doofenshmirtz tries to spy on Perry the Platypus with a miniature robot probe.
    • "That Sinking Feeling" — Phineas and Ferb set up a romantic cruise for Baljeet when he discovers he has a crush on his childhood friend Mishti; Perry the Platypus must stop Dr. Doofenshmirtz from moving the local lighthouse so the sound of foghorns from passing ships doesn't bother him.
    • "The Baljeatles" — Baljeet enlists Phineas and Ferb's help in coming up with a good rock act, while Candace wonders why Jeremy hasn't given her a nick-name; Dr. Doofenshmirtz tries to weaponize babies with a device that simulates a mother's heart-beat.
    • "Vanessassary Roughness" — Vanessa Doofenshmirtz and Ferb (who has a bit of a crush on her) end up working together in a struggle over the last tube of "pizzazium infinionite" at the department store.
    • "No More Bunny Business" — Phineas and Ferb create X-ray goggles that let them see through just about anything; Candace adopts an adorable bunny, unaware that it's a rogue O.W.C.A. agent Perry the Platypus must thwart.
    • "Spa Day" — When Candace and Stacey are distracted from their spa day by helping Jeremy with a charity house-building project, Phineas and Ferb decide to treat them; Dr. Doofenshmirtz takes in a stray kitten that ends up fooling around with his old inventions.
    • "Bubble Boys" — Phineas and Ferb create a giant bubble that they float around in with their friends; Dr. Doofenshmirtz uses the power of country-and-western music to control people's minds.
    • "Isabella and the Temple of Sap" — Isabella and the Fireside Girls quest to find an ingredient for Phineas and Ferb's latest project; Isabella's chihuahua Pinky is a secret agent who must stop Prof. Poofenplotz from stealing the last remaining supply of her favorite hair-spray.
    • "Cheer Up Candace" — Phineas and Ferb try to cheer up their sister, who's depressed when Jeremy cancels their date; Perry the Platypus must clear his name when Dr. Doofenshmirtz creates an army of evil platypus clones.
    • "Fireside Girl Jamboree" — Candace tries to join the Fireside Girls so she can get free tickets to a sold-out concert; Dr. Doofenshmirtz plans to sabotage the Fireside Girls' baked-goods supply line with a machine that turns metal into broccoli.
    • "The Bully Code" — Buford becomes Baljeet's devoted servant thanks to owing the latter his life; Dr. Doofensmirtz seeks revenge on the ice cream truck driver who ran over his foot.
    • "Finding Mary McGuffin" — Candace's beloved childhood toy is accidentally sold at a garage sale, and Phineas and Ferb become detectives to track it down; Dr. Doofenshmirtz turns out to be the customer who bought the doll as a present for his daughter Vanessa.
    • "What Do It Do?" — When one of Dr. Doofenshmirtz's inventions crash-lands in the front yard, Phineas and Ferb try to figure out what it does; meanwhile, Perry and Dr. Doofenshmirtz are stuck on a trap-laden, out-of-control hover skiff.
    • "Atlantis" — Phines and Ferb and their friends discover the lost city of Atlantis, while Candace and Linda enter a sandcastle contest; Dr. Doofenshmirtz tries to unleash an army of plants.
    • "Picture This" — Phineas and Ferb create an invention that can teleport anything you have a picture of; Perry the Platypus must stop Dr. Doofenshmirtz from trapping mimes in actual invisible boxes.
    • "Nerdy Dancin'" — Jeremy seeks Phineas and Ferb's help in improving his dancing skills in time for a dance show; Dr. Doofenshmirtz forms an alliance of mad scientists, who plot to crash the very same dance show.
    • "I Was a Middle-Aged Robot" — Perry the Platypus must put his plans to thwart Dr. Doofenshmirtz and his "eulg" on hold when Lawrence Fletcher stumbles into Perry's lair and gets his memories erased. With the help of a robotic suit, Perry must impersonate Lawrence in time for a father-daughter sports event with Candace.
    • "Suddenly Suzy" — Candace teams up with Suzy Johnson to bust Phineas and Ferb's latest project; Dr. Doofenshmirtz unleashes his "Carbon Footprint-inator" on Danville.
    • Phineas and Ferb Christmas Vacation! — Phineas and Ferb lead the town in a decorating spree as a way of impressing Santa, but Dr. Doofenshmirtz's "Naughty-inator" leads to all of Danville getting put on the naughty list, threatening their Christmas celebration.
    • "Undercover Carl" — Major Monogram thinks Phineas and Ferb's anti-gravity invention is a threat to the Tri-State Area, and sends Carl the Intern to investigate; while Perry the Platypus is sent on a literal wild-goose chase, Dr. Doofenshmirtz tries to use Phineas and Ferb's machine for evil purposes.
    • "Hip Hip Parade" — Phineas and Ferb try to make floats for the "Tri-State Area Unification Parade", but Buford tries to sabotage the event due to a family grudge; meanwhile, Dr. Doofenshmirtz uses a duplicating machine to cause massive traffic jams.
    • "Just Passing Through" — Phineas and Ferb create a device that lets them move through solid objects; Perry the Platypus must stop Dr. Doofenshmirtz from destroying a statue raised in his brother Roger's honor.
    • "Candace's Big Day" — Candace tries to help set up her aunt's wedding, but keeps getting distracted by her brothers' attempts to help; Dr. Doofenshmirtz plots to turn all the food in Danville into junk food.
    • "Invasion of the Ferb Snatchers" — Candace thinks Ferb has been replaced by an alien duplicate; Dr. Doofenshmirtz tries to market his latest "-Inator" as a cleaning device.
    • "Ain't No Kiddie Ride" — Phineas and Ferb decide to soup up the kiddie rides in front of the local grocery store; Dr. Doofenshmirtz plots to burn his name into the ozone layer so people will remember it.
    • "Wizard of Odd" — Candace has a strange Wizard of Oz-inspired dream where she tries to follow the straight-and-narrow path while her brothers try to get her to lighten up and have fun.
    • "The Beak" — Phineas and Ferb's high-tech skateboarding suit causes them to be mistaken for a new superhero, attracting the wrath of a villain with a silly name; meanwhile, Roger Doofensmirtz lets Dr. Doofenshmirtz be mayor for a day, but only to make him a fall guy.
    • "Not Phineas and Ferb" — In order to impress Irving's brother Albert, Irving convinces Baljeet and Buford to pose as Phineas and Ferb; Dr. Doofenshmirtz plans to steal monuments from around the world for a model train set.
    • "Phineas and Ferb-Busters!" — Candace and her friends train themselves into a crack brother-busting team; Dr. Doofenshmirtz creates a replacement for his robot servant Norm.
    • "The Lizard Whisperer" — Phineas and Ferb try to track down a chameleon they've adopted after Dr. Doofensmirtz's growth ray turns it into a giant.
    • "Robot Rodeo" — Phineas and Ferb build a mechanical rodeo in the backyard, while Candace tries to prove to Stacey's mom that she can be focused and responsible; Perry discovers Dr. Doofenshmirtz struggling to finish his entry in an -Inator building contest.
    • "The Secret of Success" — Candace attends a seminar on leadership with Stacey, but can't focus when her brothers are building the ultimate all-terrain vehicle; Dr. Doofenshmirtz hosts a Telethon of Evil.
    • "The Doof Side of the Moon" — Candace teams up with Albert to catch Phineas and Ferb in the act of building a giant skyscraper; Dr. Doofenshmirtz tries to mess with the moon's rotation.
    • "She's the Mayor" — Candace becomes mayor for a day, and tries to use her new authority to bust her brothers for building a pioneer town; Dr. Doofenshmirtz messes with time to get out of a golf game with his brother Roger.
    • "The Lemonade Stand" — Candace must choose between patching up her friendship with Stacey and busting her brothers' massive lemonade stand empire; Perry must stop Dr. Doofenshmirtz's "Paper-Cut-Inator" from giving Doofenshmirtz a chance to corner the market on bandages.
    • "We Call It Maze" — Candace tries to impress a new recruit to the Fireside Girls while guiding her through Phineas and Ferb's puzzle-filled maze; Perry tracks Dr. Doofenshmirtz to space, where Doof is plotting to sabotage the Leaning Tower of Pisa.
    • "Ladies and Gentlemen, Meet Max Modem!" — When Linda is asked to do a Lindana reunion concert, Phineas and Ferb help Lawrence become a pop star for a day; Dr. Doofenshmirtz plots to fake an alien invasion to take over Danville.
    • "Nerds of a Feather" — Phineas and Ferb try to settle a massive argument between sci-fi and fantasy fans at a convention; Dr. Doofenshmirtz tries to pitch a show about himself and Perry the Platypus.
    • "Phineas and Ferb Hawaiian Vacation" — The Flynn-Fletcher family travels to Hawaii, where Phineas and Ferb make giant sea monkeys and Candace thinks she's become cursed by a tiki idol; meanwhile, Perry the Platypus tries to thwart Dr. Doofenshmirtz's evolution ray, only for the two to get stuck on a deserted island.
    • "Split Personality" — Phineas and Ferb's latest invention splits Candace into two clones which embody her two biggest obsessions: her crush on Jeremy and her desire to bust her brothers; Dr. Doofenshmirtz tries to use the Look-Away-Inator to master the high-dive.
    • "Brain Drain" — Dr. Doofenshmirtz uses a mind-control device to mess with Perry, but ends up stealing the show at a junk-yard rave Vanessa is attending; Phineas and Ferb and their friends spend a day sick in bed playing a custom fighting game.
    • "Make Play" — Candace switches places with a Drusselstenian princess who looks just like her, and who gets caught up in Phineas and Ferb's plan to make a giant jukebox; Dr. Doofenshmirtz uses a giant claw machine to sabotage his brother Roger at a dedication to a new opera house.
    • "Candace Gets Busted" — Thanks to her brothers' reputation, Candace's "intimate get-together" with her friends turns into a wild party; Dr. Doofenshmirtz invents a teleporting device to get rid of the condos that are blocking his view of the local drive-in theater.

    Season 3 
    • "Run, Candace, Run" — Candace tries to be in two places at once by using the boys' special shoes that give the wearer super-speed; Doofenshmirtz and Perry try to prevent his building from being sold.
    • "Last Train to Bustville" — While the kids race hot air balloons, Candace decides to give up busting her brothers; Doofenshmirtz hatches a dodo bird, thinking it will be vicious, only to discover it's the exact opposite.
    • "The Great Indoors" — Phineas and Ferb create a biodome to help the Fireside Girls, and Candace uses this as a chance to find out what Jeremy likes about her; Doofenshmirtz builds a Rain-inator to rain out a soccer game so he can watch his favorite Spanish soap opera.
    • "Canderemy" — Doofenshmirtz's Combine-inator causes Candace to be joined at the hip of a sleeping Jeremy, and she enlists Phineas and Ferb's help to separate him while hiding the truth from Stacy, while simultaneously blowing off Isabella's plans to see a movie with Phineas.
    • "The Belly of the Beast" — Candace teams up with a sea captain to track down the giant robot shark Phineas and Ferb made; Perry battles Dr. Doofenshmirtz's plot to steal seawater to make his own line of salt-water taffy.
    • "Moon Farm" — Phineas and Ferb make ice cream on the moon; Dr. Doofenshmirtz tries to sabotage his neighbor's garden.
    • "Phineas' Birthday Clip-o-Rama!" — Phineas goes through some old memories of previous adventures during a birthday scavenger hunt; Dr. Doofenshmirtz tries conquering the Tri-State Area with a non-inator invention.
    • "Ask a Foolish Question" — Phineas and Ferb build an all-knowing computer; Perry the Platypus and Dr. Doofenshmirtz race to find the keys to Doof's "All-Purpose-Inator".
    • "Misperceived Monotreme" — Perry misses his 100th battle with Dr. Doofenshmirtz when Candace takes him to a charity pet wash, and an ordinary platypus accidentally takes Perry's place; meanwhile, Phineas and Ferb turn their house into a fun house.
    • "Candace Disconnected" — The boys build a replacement phone for Candace, which accidentally teleports her to Easter Island; Doofenshmirtz has a run-in with Norm's snarky prototype head while building an -Inator to pick up Vanessa.
    • "Magic Carpet Ride" — The boys create a flying carpet and Candace relies on fortune cookies to help her bust them; Doofenshmirtz builds a Stain-inator to ruin a painting Roger is unveiling but soon regrets his decision.
    • "Bad Hair Day" — Candace gets mistaken for an exotic ape after misusing Phineas and Ferb's hair restoring machine to cover up a bad hair day; Dr. Doofenshmirtz unleashes a device made from old -Inators.
    • "Meatloaf Surprise" — Candace's attempt to bust her brothers for building the ultimate bounce house distracts her from getting a rare piece of memorabilia from her favorite band; Dr. Doofenshmirtz tries to win a meatloaf-cooking contest that Linda happens to be judging.
    • "Tri-Stone Area" — Caveman versions of Phineas and Ferb try to invent the wheel; a neanderthal version of Dr. Doofenshmirtz tries to one-up his more evolved brother.
    • "Doof Dynasty" — In a world based on kung-fu movies, ancient Chinese versions of Phineas and Ferb must learn the Way of the Platypus to save Princess Isabella from the evil Doofus Khan.
    • "Phineas and Ferb Interrupted" — When Phineas and Ferb lose their creative spark thanks to Dr. Doofenshmirtz's Dull-and-Boring-Inator, their friends and family try to inspire them again, while Perry the Platypus convinces Dr. Doofenshmirtz to invent a Dynamic-inator.
    • "A Real Boy" — Norm wishes Doofenshmirtz would treat him like his son and soon gets his wish when Doofenshmirtz builds a Forget-About-It-inator; Stacy hypnotizes Candace so she doesn't have to think of her brothers on her date with Jeremy.
    • "Mommy, Can You Hear Me?" — Despite a broken ankle, Candace tries to bust her brothers for trying to communicate with astronauts; Perry the Platypus must stop Dr. Doofenshmirtz from flooding a deli with chicken soup.
    • "Road Trip" — While heading home from a road trip, Phineas and Ferb build a roadside diner atop the RV their parents rented; Perry tries to intercept Dr. Doofenshmirtz transporting a truck full of "boom juice" for his -Inators' self-destruct devices.
    • "Skiddley Whiffers" — The boys create a giant version of Candace's favorite board game which she joins in on; Doofenshmirtz and Perry secretly overprotect Vanessa while she's on a camping trip with her friends.
    • "Tour de Ferb" — Phineas and Ferb prepare an epic bicycle race to help Baljeet face his fear of failure; Dr. Doofenshmirtz annoys the people of the Tri-State Area with his Pop-Up-Inator, which conjures pop-up ads all over town.
    • "My Fair Goalie" — Phineas and Ferb prepare the ultimate game of soccer, but a curse on Ferb threatens to spoil the fun; while Candace tries to be more lady-like to impress Jeremy, Dr. Doofenshmirtz tries to go through with his newest evil scheme despite being sick in bed.
    • "Perry the Actorpus" — Perry's identity is threatened when he becomes a representative of Totally Tools, prompting another agent to take his place; Candace attends a seminar to control her obsession with busting her brothers.
    • Bullseye!" — The boys create giant lawn darts and Candace mistakes Linda's junk sculpture for their latest project; Lawrence ends up getting pulled into L.O.V.E.M.U.F.F.I.N.'s Pageant of Evil.
    • "That's the Spirit" — On Halloween, the boys and their friends discover a house that is rumored to be haunted; Doofenshmirtz turns himself into a were-cow when his latest scheme backfires.
    • "The Curse of Candace" — Candace gets bit by a bat and thinks she's becoming a vampire; Doofenshmirtz builds a Gimmelshtump-Inator to make the Tri-State Area easy to take over.
    • "Escape From Phineas Tower" — Phineas and Ferb build a giant trap-laden tower to become escape artists; Dr. Doofenshmirtz uses a "Rude-Inator" to try and sabotage his brother's meeting with a foreign dignitary.
    • "The Remains of the Platypus" — In a special Back to Front episode, Perry the Platypus must find out why he's lost his memories and is serving Dr. Doofenshmirtz; Phineas and Ferb build a giant cheese-themed attraction.
    • "Ferb Latin" — Phineas and Ferb invent their own language; Dr. Doofenshmirtz installs a propaganda-producing machine in Norm to control the people of Danville.
    • "Lotsa Latkes" — Phineas and Ferb's attempt to clone potatoes leads to an army of belligerent sapient spuds; it turns out all the missing potatoes in the Tri-State Area are going to power Dr. Doofenshmirtz's latest invention.
    • "A Phineas and Ferb Family Christmas" — Phineas and Ferb decide to celebrate the holidays early by staging their own family Christmas special; Dr. Doofenshmirtz gets confused and tries to hastily cook-up a Christmas-y evil scheme.
    • "What a Croc!" — Phineas and Ferb try to track down a missing performing crocodile, while Candace tries to bust them with the help of Irving's digital scrapbook; Dr. Doofenshmirtz uses a device to swap things with chickens to embarrass his brother.
    • "Ferb TV" — Phineas and Ferb create their own TV shows starring their friends.
    • "Mom's in the House" — While the boys create a Perrytronic robot to search for Perry, Candace tries to stop them from finishing it so she can bust them to Mom; Doofenshmirtz builds a Duplicate-Inator-2 to become twice as smart.
    • "Minor Monogram" — Perry the Platypus needs the help of Major Monogram's son Monty to thwart Dr. Doofenshmirtzs and his evil mentoree Rodrigo; In the spirit of "S'Winter", Phineas and Ferb combine summer and autumn to create "S'Fall".
    • "Excaliferb" — Carl regales a sick Major Monogram with a fantasy adventure in which Phineas and Ferb seek a magic sword to defeat the evil Malifishmirtz.
    • "Monster from the Id" — Phineas and Ferb travel into Candace's mind to look up a buried memory; Dr. Doofenshmirtz uses a device that forces ratty old underwear on people.
    • "Gi-Ants" — Candace accidentally becomes ruler of Phineas and Ferb's giant ant farm; Doofenshmirtz tries to exploit the soporific effects of a turkey dinner with his latest invention, the Turkey-inator.
    • "Agent Doof" — Dr. Doofenshmirtz gives up evil and tries becoming an agent of OWCA; Candace must wrangle her little brothers after one of Doof's inventions accidentally turns them into babies.
    • "Phineas and Ferb and the Temple of Juatchadoon" — "Ohio" Flynn and his brother take part in a two-fisted pulp adventure to help Isabella track down an ancient artifact in a lost temple.
    • "Delivery of Destiny" — Paul the Delivery Guy gets tangled up in both Phineas and Ferb's giant all-in-one amusement park ride and Dr. Doofenshmirtz's plot to turn City Hall into juice.
    • "Let's Bounce" — Candace must battle a sudden lack of gravity during brunch with the Johnsons when her brothers plan to set up a zero-G trampoline park; Dr. Doofenshmirtz tries to get people to blab their deepest secrets with his Tell-The-Truth-Inator.
    • "Quietest Day Ever" — Phineas and Ferb and their friends sneak around in noise-dampening ninja suits they invented; Dr. Doofenshmirtz accidentally makes himself incredibly handsome.
    • "Bully Bromance Breakup" — After Buford and Baljeet have an argument, Baljeet goes off on his own to try and climb the highest mountain in Danville (without one of Phineas and Ferb's inventions), while Buford teams up with Dr. Doofenshmirtz to reshape the very same mountain into a giant statue of Doofenshmirtz.
    • "The Doonkelberry Imperative" — Phineas and Ferb travel to Drusselstein to find out why the supply of doonkelberries has ground to a halt; Dr. Doofenshmirtz gets his driver's license renewed, with Perry the Platypus providing moral support.
    • "Buford Confidential" — Buford offers to help some Fireside Girls from France earn their merit badges in tracking North American Wildlife, but the discovery that one of the girls is his former crush throws him off his game; Dr. Doofenshmirtz tries to sabotage all the pretzels in the Tri-State Area with his De-Twist-inator.
    • "Sleepwalk Surprise" — Dr. Doofenshmirtz tries to figure out the purpose of an -Inator he made while sleepwalking; Candace's attempt to catch her brothers playing jetpack volleyball is complicated when Jeremy joins in.
    • "Sci-Fi Pie Fly" — Candace takes a day off from trying to bust Phineas and Ferb as they fly around Danville in their home-made flying saucer; Dr. Doofenshmirtz tries to rig a pizza-dough tossing contest in his favor.
    • "Meapless in Seattle" — Meap requires Phineas and Ferb's help in stopping Mitch from becoming the most adorable being in the galaxy; Dr. Doofenshmirtz finds himself in a nemesis love-triangle with Perry the Platypus and Peter the Panda.
    • "The Mom Attractor" — Candace inspires Phineas and Ferb to make an invention that will attract their mother from across town; Dr. Doofenshmirtz tries to embarrass his brother with a device that produces the sound of crying babies.
    • "Cranius Maximus" — Phineas and Ferb boost Baljeet's intelligence to dangerous levels; Dr. Doofenshmirtz tries to steal the "Key to the City" with his latest -inator.
    • "Sipping With the Enemy" — Perry the Platypus follows Monty Monogram and Vanessa Doofenshmirtz on a coffee date, while Dr. Doofenshmirtz tries to make himself "hip" with the youth of Danville; Phineas and Ferb make a spectacular magic act.
    • "Tri-State Treasure: Boot of Secrets" — Phineas and Ferb help their father track down a valuable antique; Dr. Doofenshmirtz turns himself into a teenager so he can enter his propaganda movie in a youth film festival; Candace tries to get a rare collectible through a series of trades.
    • "Doofapus" — Doofenshmirtz turns himself into a platypus in order to make himself more evenly matched against Perry; Candace is accidentally turned into a liquid by Phineas and Ferb's latest invention.
    • "Norm Unleashed" — While Dr. Doofenshmirtz is on jury duty, Norm decides to conquer the Tri-State Area himself; Phineas and Ferb create a swarm of nanobots.
    • "When Worlds Collide" — Dr. Doofenshmirtz tries to steal the world's largest ball of twine, but his -inator causes a rogue planet to hurtle towards Earth, and it's up to Phineas and Ferb to save the day.
    • "Road to Danville" — Dr. Doofenshmirtz and Perry the Platypus get stranded in the desert and must make their way back to Danville; Phineas and Ferb make a quilt.
    • "Where's Perry? Part 1" — The Flynn-Fletcher family takes a trip on an African safari, where Phineas and Ferb take to the savanna in their Highly Unconventional Vehicle and Candace struggles to get in touch with Jeremy; Dr. Doofenshmirtz's latest -inator turns Carl the Intern into a mad genius who threatens to take over the Tri-State Area himself.
    • "Where's Perry? Part 2" — Phineas and their friends end up in a precarious position when exploring Uncharted Gorge, while Candace gives up on civilization after thinking Jeremy wants to break up with her; Major Monogram and Dr. Doofenshmirtz must team up to stop Evil Carl from launching an ambush on Perry the Platypus.
    • "Blackout!" — Dr. Doofenshmirtz's latest invention causes a massive blackout; Candace tries to bust her brothers, even though the blackout makes it hard for her to figure out what Phineas and Ferb have actually built.
    • "What'd I Miss?" — Ferb comes home early from Debate Camp, and Phineas and friends regale him with their adventure running a boot camp for squirrels raised in captivity; Dr. Doofenshmirtz explains to Perry the Platypus his encounter with Agent R.
    • "This Is Your Backstory" — Norm hosts a TV show recapping some of Dr. Doofenshmirtz's wild backstories; Phineas and Ferb play an epic game of ping-pong.

    Season 4 
    • "Fly on the Wall" — Candace is accidentally turned into a fly by the boys' latest invention, a giant high-tech tire swing; Dr. Doofenshmirtz struggles to come up with a new evil scheme.
    • "My Sweet Ride" — Phineas and Ferb soup up a vintage car for the big "Doo Whop Hop"; Dr. Doofenshmirtz tries to sabotage the event with his Rust-inator.
    • "For Your Ice Only" — Phineas and Ferb play an extreme game of hockey, while Candace tries to learn more about the sport in order to impress Jeremy; Dr. Doofenshmirtz tries to make himself more menacing with his Abominable-inator.
    • "Happy New Year!" — Phineas and Ferb celebrate New Year's Eve with the ultimate ball drop, while Candace tries to bust her brothers one last time before resolving to give it up; Dr. Doofenshmirtz tries to get people to make obeying his every command their New Year's resolution.
    • "Bully Bust" — Candace and Buford team up to bust Phineas and Ferb's giant tooth-themed amusement park ride; A caffeine overdose inspires Dr. Doofenshmirtz's strangest -inator yet.
    • "Backyard Hodge Podge" — Phineas and Ferb recycle their past projects into a new invention; Dr. Doofenshmirtz tries to make up for one of his inventions being used for good instead of evil.
    • "Der Kinderlumper" — Dr. Doofenshmirtz plots to disguise himself as a monster from Drusselsteinian folklore; Phineas and Ferb build vegetable-based vehicles when Candace is elected to lead the "Running of the Chinchillas" as the "Rutabaga Princess".
    • "Just Desserts" — Candace gets roped into reading an audio-book of the Fireside Girls Compendium so Isabella can help Phineas and Ferb build a giant rock-climbing wall; Dr. Doofenshmirtz builds a device to hypnotize people into dropping what they're doing and serving dessert.
    • "Bee Day" — Phineas and Ferb build a giant inflatable swimming pool, while a personality quiz inspires Candace to go through an "emo" phase; Dr. Doofenshmirtz tries to become "king of the bees" with his latest invention.
    • "Bee Story" — The Fireside Girls try to save the bees from Dr. Doofenshmirtz's influence; Prof. Poofenplotz is mad about getting rejected for membership in L.O.V.E.M.U.F.F.I.N., so she plots to exploit the power of royal jelly to become Queen of the World.
    • "Sidetracked" — Perry the Platypus must team up with an old partner to save a famous moose from Dr. Doofenshmirtz; Candace makes a bet with her mother over whether or not she'll bust the boys today.
    • "Knot My Problem" — When Phineas and Ferb reproduce the Gordian Knot, Candace is torn between helping Jeremy or busting her brothers; Dr. Doofenshmirtz invents a hunger-inducing ray to put all the all-you-can-eat buffets in the Tri-State Area out of business.
    • "Mind Share" — Phineas and Ferb find their bodies hijacked by alien criminals; Dr. Doofenshmirtz tries to impress his date by inventing boots that- boost one's square-dancing skills.
    • "Primal Perry" — Perry the Platypus faces off against a ruthless platypus hunter; Phineas and Ferb build a machine to help Baljeet with his decision-making.
    • "La Candace-Cabra" — Phineas and Ferb try to hunt down the Chupacabra; Dr. Doofenshmirtz plots to market hair tonic with an object-switching machine.
    • "Happy Birthday, Isabella" — It's Isabella's birthday, but despite the big celebration all she really wants is some time alone with Phineas; Dr. Doofenshmirtz goes around Danville with a device that literally turns things that bug him into bugs, and Stacy sees the whole thing.
    • "Great Balls Of Water" — Phineas and Ferb build a giant free-standing water bubble, while Candace tries to find a cool new place for her and Jeremy to hang out; Dr. Doofenshmirtz tries to get winter drinks during summer with his Double-Negative-Inator.
    • "Where's Pinky?" — Phineas and Ferb amplify Buford's senses so he can help find Isabella's pet dog Pinky, while Candace goes on a lunch date with Jeremy but gets stuck in a mandatory tour; Perry and Pinky team up to stop Dr. Doofenshmirtz from stealing the deed to the Tri-State Area, but also must stop Buford from discovering the truth about O.W.C.A.
    • "Thanks But No Thanks" — Carl tries to get Major Monogram to show a little gratitude; Candace meets a neighbor who's seen all of Phineas and Ferb's crazy inventions.
    • "Troy Story" — Phineas and Ferb reenact the Trojan War; Perry the Platypus tries to help Dr. Doofenshmirtz find his De-Clutter-Inator.
    • "Love at First Byte" — Phineas and Ferb help their Mom with organizing a block party; Norm falls in love with a robot woman.
    • "One Good Turn" — Candace and Stacy team up for Phineas and Ferb's ultimate obstacle course; Dr. Doofenshmirtz tries to embarrass his brother and force him to do the Drusselstein "Dance of Contrition".
    • "Cheers For Fears" — Candace reluctantly asks her brothers for help making a gift for Jeremy's birthday; Dr. Doofenshmirtz's latest invention brings his own worst fears to life.
    • "Just Our Luck" — Dr. Doofenshmirtz's luck-altering ray gives Candace good luck and her brothers bad luck, which might be the edge she needs to bust them for their game of "sky tennis".
    • "Return Policy" — Candace is torn between busting her brothers for making an "extreme batting cage" or going to the water park with Jeremy; Dr. Doofenshmirtz invents an -inator to return things to the store for you.
    • "Imperfect Storm" — Phineas and Ferb plan to fly kites with the help of a wind-amplifying machine; Dr. Doofenshmirtz plans to literally rain on the plans of his childhood rival; A misunderstanding causes Candace to believe Linda straight-up busted her brothers.
    • "Steampunx" — In the year 1903, steampunk versions of Phineas, Ferb, and their friends prepare inventions for the World's Fair, while Dr. Doofenshmirtz's ancestor wrangles with a rude secret-agent swan.
    • "It's No Picnic" — Isabella hopes to get a moment alone with Phineas; Dr. Doofenshmirtz uses his Teleport-inator to both help his daughter and pester his brother.
    • "Terrifying Tri-State Trilogy of Terror" — Mr. Macabre regales the audience with stories of an evil Ducky Momo Doll, Dr. Doofenshmirtz getting wishes from the Giant Floating Baby Head, and Phineas and Ferb facing an army of evil platypi.
    • "Druselsteinoween" — Vanessa hosts a Halloween party from a castle and Phineas and Ferb are the planners; Doofenshmirtz and Perry search the castle for a hidden treasure.
    • "Face Your Fear" — A giant bat takes over Dr. Doofenshmirtz's lair and Perry and Vanessa must help him; the boys create a foam skating rink and Candace discovers a satellite from the Danville Space Laboratory has caught them doing it.
    • "The Klimpaloon Ultimatum" — Phineas and Ferb try to prove the existance of the Klimpaloon, "the magical old-timey bathing suit that lives in the Himalayas". Meanwhile, Dr. Doofenshmirtz plots to turn his brother Roger into a warthog.
    • "Doof 101" — Dr. Doofenshmirtz is forced to do community service by serving as a substitute science teacher at Vanessa's school; a trio of talking bugs try to make contact with humans.
    • "Father's Day" — Phineas and Ferb recreate Reg's old biplane as a Father's Day gift for Lawrence; Doofenshmirtz tries to locate his family's repossessed lawn gnome.
    • "Operation Crumb Cake" — Isabella accidentally mails Phineas a letter which tells her feelings for him and tries to get it back; Doofenshmirtz builds an Un-Retrograde-inator to reverse his bad luck.
    • "Mandace" — When a stray shot from Dr. Doofenshmirtz's "Impersonator-inator" turns Candace into a pizza guy, she takes advantage of her new form to learn more about how men think, distracting her from Phineas and Ferb's latest project.
    • "The Return of the Rogue Rabbit" — Phineas and Ferb try to make the ultimate puppet show; Dr. Doofenshmirtz breaks Dennis the rabbit out of prison and teams up.
    • "Live and Let Drive" — Perry the Platypus faces Dr. Doofenshmirtz in the Montevillebad Grand Prix; Candace gets distracted from busting her brothers by the high-stakes race.
    • "Lost in Danville" — Dr. Doofenshmirtz mysteriously vanishes, and Perry the Platypus must track him down; Phineas and Ferb meet an eccentric old man living in a mysterious capsule.
    • "The Inator Method" — Dr. Doofenshmirtz holds a seminar on inventing -inators; Phineas and Ferb build go-karts based around the solar system, while Candace tries to multi-task while playing a Ducky Momo MMORPG;.
    • "Act Your Age" — Not too far in the future, Phineas is getting ready to go to college, but has an epiphany about his relationship with Isabella; Dr. Doofenshmirtz has given up evil, but goes through a particularly crazy mid-life crisis.
    • "Phineas and Ferb Save Summer" — Phineas and Ferb's global summer concert, and the very concept of summer itself, is in jeopardy thanks to Dr. Doofenshmirtz's latest invention moving the Earth out of orbit and triggering a new Ice Age.
    • "Last Day of Summer" — On the last day of summer vacation, Dr. Doofenshmirtz's "Do-Over-Inator" may allow both Candace and Doof to achieve their dreams, but also threatens Danville with a catastrophic time loop.

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