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Referenced By / Phineas and Ferb

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Comic Strips

  • Adam:
    • In one strip, the kids are seen watching "Lawn Gnome Beach Party of Terror".
    • In another, Adam states his personal manifesto, which includes the belief that "Phineas is nothing without Ferb."

Live-Action TV

  • The Daily Show with Jon Stewart:
    • At the Rally to Restore Sanity and/or Fear, Jon Stewart calls the current media climate "the 24-hour political pundit perpetual panic conflict-inator".
    • In August 2011, Stewart poked fun at candidate Michelle Bachmann's frequent appearances on multiple news programs, joking, "She went on ESPN's Sunday Night Baseball, Real Housewives of New Jersey, and ended the night by attempting to bust Phineas and Ferb."
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    • The "Perpetual Conflict-inator" joke returned in 2014, photoshopping an -inator behind Senator Mitch McConnell.
  • In the 2011 Extreme Makeover: Home Edition episode about the Rucker Family, Phineas and Ferb appear in a quick animated segment and give Ty Perrington a shrink ray to destroy the old house.
  • Psych
    • Shawn Spencer tells a British character that he learned his British accent from Phineas and Ferb's granddad. The British character is played by Malcolm McDowell, who actually plays Grandpa Reg.
    • In a later episode, Shawn is being questioned at a crime scene, and tries to get out of it by claiming he has another place to be: namely, watching Phineas and Ferb marathon.

Web Animation

  • AOK has "Phineas and Ferb Start a Cult", where a now-25-year-old Phineas and Ferb start a cult in their backyard. Candace tries to report them to the IRS, and when that fails, she tries unsuccessfuly to show her mother. This plan is foiled thanks in part to Dr. Doofenshmirtz's salt-inator.

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Western Animation

  • DuckTales (2017): The episode "The Dangerous Chemistry of Gandra Dee" opens with Gizmoduck fighting the Mad Scientist Dr. Atmoz Fear, who looks exactly like Doofenshmirtz (minus the fact that he's a bird).
  • MAD:
    • The sketch "The Straight-A Team" features Phineas and Ferb as major characters. Perry also shows up at one point.
    • The show is spoofed along with Dolphin Tale in the sketch "Dolphineas and Ferb Tale".

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