Phineas and Ferb Shipping Tournament CHAMPIONSHIP!!!!!!
I can't believe it. We're finally almost done with the shipping tournament! I have to thank you all for your votes, and for making this the most unpredictable of our tournaments. So now that that's out of the way, let's check out the results!
You have selected:
the farmer and his wife over Jeremy and Candace by the score of 33 to 21 (61.1%)
Agent P and his job over Monty and Vanessa by a final count of 44 to 9 (83%)
That means the consolation match is...
Jeremy x Candace vs Monty x Vanessa.
And the championship is...
the farmer x his wife vs Agent P x his job!!!!
I will laugh hysterically no matter which one wins.
Vote here: https://forms.gle/frAdueTm26xfbnsh7
View the bracket here: https://challonge.com/77ts3d81
And view the wiki here: https://phineasandferb.fandom.com/wiki/Category:Relationships
Tentative end date is Monday the 14th of June.
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@danpovenmire which disney exec was this song aimed at
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Hail Doofania! Is one of my favourite episodes because it shows how much of their identities and worldview teenagers attach to their clothing.
That’s why when Vanessa and Candace accidentally switch clothing, the other characters’ story arcs flip too.
There’s the obvious matter of Phineas and Ferb building an -inator, and saying how it will “cover the entire Tri-State area” with a rainbow.
Then there’s Doof building something ridiculously large that Vanessa considers “proof” to finally “bust” her dad for being evil.
Then there’s the entire thing disappearing indirectly because of Phineas and Ferb’s -inator; it caused a fisherman to get distracted and blow Doofania’s inner tube out.
There’s also the more subtle matter of Perry’s collar, which is essentially a trap that prevents him from doing what he needs to do.
Ultimately, Perry is the one who destroys Phineas and Ferb’s -inator by hitting the self-destruct button, with the boys questioning why they put in a self-destruct button in the first place- something that happens with Doof quite often.
There’s also the parallel of Doof saying “Look at who decided to show up”, which is basically a version of “There you are Perry”
What I found relatively more interesting was that the boys’ goal was fundamentally misguided, as Isabella meant that she’d never seen a unicorn before, not a rainbow.
This is an interesting parallel, which I think points towards Doof’s mission to take over the Tri-State area being misguided, and that what he actually wants is love and acceptance.
Another equally interesting observation is when Vanessa complains to her friend about her clothes being switched, saying “how many evil scientists’ daughters do you see...”, but being cut off by seeing that her father was up to something.
This is something that we usually see Candace do- complaining on the phone when she suddenly sees her brothers doing something bustable.
But what intrigues me is that Vanessa associates her clothing with being an evil scientist’s daughter, that she perhaps felt it was more appropriate to be goth if her father was already “evil”.
This hints towards how closely interlinked our identities are with our parents’, especially when we’re younger.
We also see Candace becoming more overtly confident with herself, something that is not usually seen, and implies that wearing different clothing makes her feel different too.
Overall, it’s an episode with a lot of fun and introspection and I love it.
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AU where Candace stays a vampire for the rest of the show after Curse of Candace
Anon, I love you.
But no, please no
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AU where Perry say ONE LINE, but it’s to Candace while she’s alone, and he says, “No one will believe you.”
Poor Candace, but also, LMAO
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Phineas and Ferb AU where everything is the same except Candace is always voiced by Dan Povenmire (a la Jerk de Soleil) except for when she’s having an allergic reaction to wild parsnips, in which case she’s voiced by Ashley Tisdale
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Episode 182 “Primal Perry”
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Au where Candace is captured by the TVA because of Quantum Boogaloo, and Phineas, Ferb, and their friends all set out to save her. Bonus points if Loki runs into her while he's trying to escape in the five minutes Mobius leaves him alone and they work together to try to get out of there, too.
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Hey! Hey, you! My friend @caitlinsnow-yayyy wrote a neat-o fanfic called “Hoofer’s Delight”, and you should read it cuz it’s really great and nice and it’s about Candace! You all love Candace don’t you? She’s not even my favorite character and I love it, that’s how good it is! So go on - read it! Please~?
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aro/ace Candace my beloved
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Jeremy: He never has time for us.
Suzy: Maybe Daddy's seeing other children!
Candace: Let's not be paranoid.
Suzy: I'm not paranoid... who said I was?
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no because we as a society did NOT recover from this gem from the universe
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Phineas and Ferb, S1E2: Fast and the Phineas/Lawn Gnome Beach Party of Terror!
Hello, and welcome to the Watchathon, a blog where I watch an episode of TV every weekday, with a blog post where I write down my thoughts afterwards.
And now, here’s my thoughts on Season 1, Episode 2 of Phineas and Ferb: Fast and the Phineas/Lawn Gnome Beach Party of Terror!
Fast and the Phineas
Probably (though I may be wrong) one of the few episodes post-Rollercoaster that plays the formula entirely straight, without changing it up or lampshading it at all. Or, well, it nearly does so, since the Phineas and Ferb plot is much more centered on Candace than it is on the titular brothers or their friends, giving her a grand total of five busting attempts within these eleven minutes.
Otherwise, it is pretty much the standard formula. I will note, though, Phineas at least is skewing more towards the innocent cinnamon roll we will later see, gladly showing off his invention to Candace rather than trying to hide it at all.
Lawn Gnome Beach Party of Terror!
This is the first time Candace really joins in on the boys’ project, having fun at the backyard beach just like her brothers and her friends are. Really, she’s all too giddy to spend time at the backyard beach. It really shows us how the only thing stopping her from always enjoying her summer like she does here is her obsession with busting her brothers. Kinda sad when you think about it, no?
But it is still just nice to see her letting go and having fun with her brothers’ project of the day, rather than trying so hard to bust them.
She and Linda also show self-awareness of the show’s formula for the very first time, Linda immediately returning home once she realized that Candace hasn’t tried to bust her brothers all day, and Candace begging her mother to not go into the backyard because she knows the beach will be gone by the time Linda would see it.
Buford makes his first appearance. Strange in hindsight when I always remembered his first appearance as being Raging Bully, but I suppose we can just consider that his first major role? Either way, he works fine as the generic bully bit character they needed, even if by this point I’m used to thinking of him as being part of Phineas and Ferb’s friend group.
And lastly, this is Doofenshmirtz’ first tragic backstory. One of Doofenshmirtz’s most iconic characteristics is his large array of backstories so cartoonishly tragic that they’re impossible to really take seriously, and they’re certainly one of my favorite running gags in the series, if not my absolute favorite, due to how outlandish they can get.
Take for example, his backstory in this episode. It’s tragic to imagine a child who’s forced to work all day and night. It crosses the line into hilarity when he’s forced to stand still and take the role of his family’s lawn gnome.
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Randomly thinking about Dib singing Mysterious Force from Phineas and Ferb to Gaz. Linda should be replaced by his father.
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캔데레미 러브... 왕 왕 왕 러브 ;;
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I suspect there are a lot of reasons why Candace wants so badly to bust Phineas and Ferb--from over-protectiveness to sibling pettiness to, after a while, sheer frustrated stubbornness--but I feel like there's another one somewhere in there too.
Right now, the boys are mostly just doing scaled-up versions of things a typical child would want to do, but when the time comes for them to chase adult dreams and ambitions? They're going to be unstoppable. There'll be no college they can't get into, no internship or job they can't snag, no grant they can't score, no business they can't start. The world isn't just going to be their oyster, it's going to come pre-steamed with God's own lemon butter.
Candace, meanwhile, is much more of a typical teenager, and is just at the age when things like college and future jobs stop being these abstract things and start being very real worries (and if there's one thing Candace can do, it's worry). And just as more and more of her brain is being eaten up by dread of her own upcoming struggle, here are daily reminders that her little brothers already effectively have a future so much more secure than hers ever will be. It's not so surprising that she manifests a vindictive desire to take them down while she still can.
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Candace: Please tell me this isn't another ridiculous prank.
Phineas: Okay, it's not another ridiculous prank. It's a brilliant prank!
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things that shaped me as a child:
scarlett from papa's cupcakeria
that one episode of phineas & ferb where candace got turned into a vampire
yo gabba gabba
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After CATU what is she to do?
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How many chokers do u think Candace can wear
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