Phineas and Ferb is a Disney series that has run from 2007 to 2015.
Phineas and Ferb spend their summer by building a roller coaster, finding a mummy and discovering something that doesn't exist, while their sister Candace repeatedly tries to bust them.
Why It Rocks
- A big variety of episodes.
- Awesome theme song.
- Promotes creativity.
- Almost every single character in the show is likable.
- 2 stories in one episode (one involving Phineas and Ferb, and the other involving Perry The Platypus).
- A lot of action going on.
- Perry the Platypus is an awesome character, and his "Agent P" theme song is incredibly catchy.
- Awesome musical numbers.
- Smooth animation.
- Funny and creative running gags for the show.
- Doofenshmirtz saying "Curse you, Perry the Platypus!" almost every time he’s been defeated.
- Candace trying to get her brothers busted and always failing.
- Someone saying "Hey, where's Perry?", then cutting to Perry going to his secret spy organization.
- Dooofenshmirtz’s "-inators" always failing because of Agent P.
- Phineas and Ferb’s activities always disappearing because of Doofenshmirtz and Agent P’s side of the story.
- Doofenshmirtz having a back story for each of his "-inators".
- Pretty bad pacing (each joke and event goes by too fast for you to think).
- A few of the characters are either very unlikable, or just plain annoying. Especially Candace often.
- Some uncatchy musical numbers.
- Misshapen heads of characters (to the point of when even the show makes fun of it).
- It went downhill after Season 2. For example, Isabella's voice and personality start to change, Vanessa and Candace get closer at the very end of the series for absolutely no reason, and the same unoriginal ideas are used over and over again. There were also pathetic attempts to break up the formula, which didn't end well.
- Although the animation is amazing, Season 1 had a few times where the animation looked like cels due to the amount of freedom it had, which is extremely uncanny (especially in The Ballad of Badbeard).
This is the longest Disney show that is not on Disney Junior (*cough* Mickey Mouse Clubhouse *cough*), having run for eight years, a record formerly held by Kim Possible.