Jenny: What if the person who named Walkie Talkies named everything?
Stacy: Pregnancy tests are Maybe Babies
Eliza: Socks are Feetie Heaties
Candace: Forks are Stabby Grabbies
Stacy: Defibrillators are Heartie Starties
Eliza: Nightmares are Dreamy Screamies
Candace: Stamps are Lickie Stickies
Vanessa: *annoyed* You are disappointments.
Hey, perry, candace, are you two trans? if so, d'you mind telling us what your journey was/is like? (im bad at phrasing, sorry if this sounds weird, im trans too!)
Both looked over from the soap opera they were watching, Perry automatically pausing it, and they both nodded.
“Yeah, we’re trans. just in opposite directions.” Candace confirmed, playing with her waist-length hair “I realised at about 7, didn’t come out to anyone until 8, though. Obviously, mom accepted me right away, and so did dad- lawrence dad- and Perry once mom introduced them to us.” she continued “As for my transition, i started hormones earlier this year!”
Perry smiled at her “I’m really proud of you, Candy.” he chuckled as she lightly shoved him for the nickname, and he turned his attention back to the question. “as for me, i knew around 5. ‘been shortening my birth name since i could say it, but my parents raised me fairly neutrally until they-” he paused “until lawrence took me in, and he tried his best to do the same, but he didnt know as much about it as they did.”
“I was always a more ‘tomboy’ kid, but i didn’t really come out publically until 10 or so. after that, lawrence helped put me on blockers n’ all that, and i got my first binder at 14, although i relied on my ‘dysphoria hoodie’ until i got the top surgery at 18. Changed my legal name to Perrin at 18 as well.”
“Although,” he went on, “since i’m intersex and androgynous, it wasn’t as easy as i’m making it out to be. i still don’t have a full grasp on my gender, but i’m definitely masc aligned.” he finished.
“That and the person writing this has confused themselves with tryna timeline my transition.” he joked, and Candace nudged him with her elbow “I know, i know, no breaking the forth wall.” Perry chuckled, and they both spoke;
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.
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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.