Even the scene where yossarian moves the bomb line is like
Book: (praying in the way a little kid would, crashing into random objects, cartoon tiptoe sound effects, overly pleased with himself until clevinger chews him out over it and then there’s like 5 pages of hurt feelings and breakup drama. a man dies offscreen and is ignored in favor of hurt feelings and breakup drama)
Show: (calmly looking at the bomb line and visibly weighing the decision, later maturely remorseful over the way his actions affected others)
[DNI: Transphobes, Queerphobes, Exclusionists, Anti-Mogai, Cringe/Flop Accounts] (and everything else, but those specifically for this post)
Heinz Doofenshmirtz is a Bisexual Polyamorous Catflux Trans Man that uses he/him pronouns!
Perrin Fletcher is a Pansexual, Grey-Asexual, Pan-Demiromantic, Polyamorous, Intersex Trans Man that uses he/him pronouns!
Charlene Doofenshmirtz is a Trans Lesbian that uses she/her pronouns!
Francis Monogram is a semi-closeted Pansexual, Polyamorous Trans Man that uses he/they pronouns!
Peter Orso is a pansexual, pan-demiromantic, polyamorous trans man that uses he/him pronouns!
Professor Mystery/Miggs Ortega is a gay bi-curious polyamorous gender-non-conforming trans man that uses he/him pronouns!
Lyla Lolliberry, although 19, is still an adult, and a Bi Polyamorous Trans Lesbian one, at that! she uses she/her pronouns.
Roger Doofenshmirtz is a closeted grey-ace, autigender, gender questioning and sexuality-questioning gay man with he/him pronouns.
Aloyse Everheart Elizabeth Otto Wolfgang Hypatia Gunther Galen Gary Cooper von Roddenstein is a closeted bisexual, questioning, polyamorous trans man that uses he/they pronouns (although uses he/him publically)
(gonna be honest, this doesnt match the hc i have for him in my head, but this is canon rodney, not my headspace rodney)
I really love how Dr. Doofensmirtz looses even when Perry doesn't interfere. I mean he lost against a literal potted plant. This show was just so absurd and it made this kind of things seem normal in their own world and it's just gold!
the most unrealistic part of phineas and ferb is not the wacky inventions, grand songs, spy platypus, or evil scientist. it’s that not ONCE when isabella asked phineas “watcha doin” did he reply with “your mom”
Green Lantern Agent P Versus Orange Lantern Doctor Doofenshmirtz
Doctor Heinz Doofenshmirtz was tinkering in his lab one day when suddenly a flying orange ring appeared out of nowhere. It told Doofenshmirtz:
(=Heinz Doofenshmirtz Of Earth You Want It All=)
The strange ring then latched itself on Heinz’s finger. When he felt the power the ring was giving him, Doofenshmirtz was at first overcome with excitement but then the excitement became corrupted as the ring’s orange light of greed corrupted him into a much more power hungry villain that has now forsaken all his moral restraints who wants to take the world as his own.
When Major Monogram informs him of the situation, Perry heads out to fight but still wonders what he should do when a green ring appears before him. It tells him:
(=Perry The Platypus Of Earth You Have The Ability To Overcome Great Fear Welcome To The Green Lantern Corps=)
Now armed with the green lantern ring of willpower, Perry feels more prepared to face off against the corrupted Doofenshmirtz. Will he be able to save his best frenemy from both himself and the orange light? With Doofenshmirtz’s scientific prowess, his greed as a orange lantern, and the orange lantern ring’s 100,000% power of a thousand lantern rings as well as its ability to absorb any type of energy, it’s every single ounce of Perry’s animal instincts, his training as an OWCA agent and his willpower as a green lantern and a living being but he’s ready. This will be the most difficult battle Perry has ever taken on.
(This was also inspired by @lanternringsonallthethings’ Phineas and Ferb Post. Again, be sure to check his tumblr posts out).
but now that the series has come out, I think I have to rectify my response.
I think it would depend on why they're fighting. I think Loki probably could win if he tried hard enough. If Perry really gave him a reason for it, he could squash the little dude like a bug. He is magic, after all. But at the same time, Perry is really good at not getting dead. He wouldn't necessarily be good with the offense -- he can't just hit Loki in the face a few times until he presses a button and puts a stop to their fight like he does with Doof -- but I think with his speed, size, and quick thinking, he'd be good at staying out of the way. That could end one of three ways.
1) Loki beats him anyway; it just takes a while
2) Loki decides it's not worth the effort and he has more important things to do; they both go their separate ways
3) It's an OWCA-sponsored fight. They probably saw Loki doing something he shouldn't and sent their best agent to stop him. Neither Perry nor Loki has any stake in this fight, and tbh, they're both pretty interested in their foe. It's pretty clear that Loki does like to hear himself talk, even if he disagrees, so while it's not quite like fighting Doof, there's a lot of information being exchanged while they fight. Loki personally has no quarrel with the blue/gree beaver-duck, so he'd want to know why said beaver-duck has one with him. Somehow OWCA would be brought up -- not in as many words; Loki does have to base this all off body language -- and he decides he's interested in this secret organization. That could either end with Loki overtaking or destroying all of OWCA, or he could take a look around and they part amicably. (Even if he was legally an animal and he was offered a position, I don't think there's even a slim chance he'd join. OWCA exists purely to stop the chaos that Loki loves to inflict. He only joined the TVA because they threatened his life; OWCA has no such power, nor do they have a charming agent who would take a special interest in him.)