Phine-Geeks and Ferb-Nerds: UNITE!
Dr. Doofenshmirtz: What’s this, some kind of robot hug for a job well done?
Rodrigo: … No, it’s a trap. What does that even mean, “a robot hug for a job well done”?!
AGAIN WITH THESE CUTIES I CAN’T. 

AGAIN WITH THESE CUTIES I CAN’T. 

dr34mb1g:

quality blog c:

I did this :3

dr34mb1g:

quality blog c:

I did this :3

Lawrence: Goodbye boys, have a great day I'm off to work.
Phineas: Goodbye dad, have fun buying from auctions and private sells preforming minor refurbishments to the purchase items, marking up the prices and selling them to your customers.
Ferb: Our dad sells antiques.
Me: (laughing) They totally just did that so fans would stop wondering what their dad did! LISTEN TO FERB'S INFLECTION!

Guys… 

Baljeet’s voice has gotten higher during the seasons! 

And Phineas’ singing voice has very much improved. 

“And if you need a rocket engine, you’ll be the envy of the whole gang~" 
This is the line that Phineas sings for this part. Before this picture, he was reaching up to press something in the front, probably to start the rockets. 
As you can see, Jeremy stops him by simply holding his hand up to tell him “No, it’s okay,” and Phineas looks horribly disappointed. 
To me, that speaks wonders. It means that Phineas wants to show everything that he had done to the car - as he said, “We worked really hard just to trick it out for you!” And when he wasn’t able to, a little part of him went, “Aw, but… but… We worked hard… And it’s really cool… Just for a few seconds? Please?” I mean, he quickly got over it, but still. This is the boy who makes anything and everything purely because he’s bored, or because a friend asked a favor. When he does something, it is never shabby, or under-done, it’s always over-the-top, amazing, and awe-inspiring, and dang it, when he makes something he wants to show off a little! Only a little - he’s actually very humble, if you think about it. 
Just think of all the times he’s went on a quick, salesman-like pitch to explain every aspect of his and Ferb’s projects - he’s used to telling about everything that he did, and physically showing it to people so that they know he actually did it, and that he wasn’t lying. 
But then when he’s not able to, he doesn’t overreact. He doesn’t go on a tantrum. He doesn’t complain. He just accepts it. And that shows how much of a truly honest and wholesome guy Phineas is. 
(Yes I realize he wouldn’t have been able to have a tantrum because it was during a song, but if that was all it was, why even include him looking disappointed?) 
This also speaks a lot about Jeremy - he knows Phineas tendencies and accepts, even encourages them. Just like he knows, accepts, and sometimes encourages Candace’s craziness, because he knows that that is a part of who they are. 
Jeremy is just an extremely accepting guy, and a wonderful person to have on the show. Candace, you’re a lucky gal ;) 

And if you need a rocket engine, you’ll be the envy of the whole gang~

This is the line that Phineas sings for this part. Before this picture, he was reaching up to press something in the front, probably to start the rockets. 

As you can see, Jeremy stops him by simply holding his hand up to tell him “No, it’s okay,” and Phineas looks horribly disappointed. 

To me, that speaks wonders. It means that Phineas wants to show everything that he had done to the car - as he said, “We worked really hard just to trick it out for you!” And when he wasn’t able to, a little part of him went, “Aw, but… but… We worked hard… And it’s really cool… Just for a few seconds? Please?” I mean, he quickly got over it, but still. This is the boy who makes anything and everything purely because he’s bored, or because a friend asked a favor. When he does something, it is never shabby, or under-done, it’s always over-the-top, amazing, and awe-inspiring, and dang it, when he makes something he wants to show off a little! Only a little - he’s actually very humble, if you think about it. 

Just think of all the times he’s went on a quick, salesman-like pitch to explain every aspect of his and Ferb’s projects - he’s used to telling about everything that he did, and physically showing it to people so that they know he actually did it, and that he wasn’t lying. 

But then when he’s not able to, he doesn’t overreact. He doesn’t go on a tantrum. He doesn’t complain. He just accepts it. And that shows how much of a truly honest and wholesome guy Phineas is. 

(Yes I realize he wouldn’t have been able to have a tantrum because it was during a song, but if that was all it was, why even include him looking disappointed?) 

This also speaks a lot about Jeremy - he knows Phineas tendencies and accepts, even encourages them. Just like he knows, accepts, and sometimes encourages Candace’s craziness, because he knows that that is a part of who they are.

Jeremy is just an extremely accepting guy, and a wonderful person to have on the show. Candace, you’re a lucky gal ;) 

Can we just take a moment to appreciate the “In charge” stick? 

Guys. 
Poofenplotz’s L.O.V.E.M.U.F.F.I.N. rejection letter was signed by Heinz Doofenshmirtz. 
DO YOU KNOW WHAT THIS MEANS?! 
This means that Dr. D must be the new leader of L.O.V.E.M.U.F.F.I.N.!!! 

Guys. 

Poofenplotz’s L.O.V.E.M.U.F.F.I.N. rejection letter was signed by Heinz Doofenshmirtz

DO YOU KNOW WHAT THIS MEANS?! 

This means that Dr. D must be the new leader of L.O.V.E.M.U.F.F.I.N.!!! 

Just a friendly reminder that…

Clyde and Betty Jo Flynn made their first appearance in the episode “Get That Bigfoot Outa My Face!” 

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Friendly reminder that…

Ferb’s first ever words on the show were: “They’re the only mammals to lay eggs.” 

Just a friendly reminder that…

"Ballad of BadBeard" was the first episode where Buford pulled out some obscure musical instrument. 

Just a friendly reminder that…

"Raging Bully" was the episode where Buford and Baljeet made their first appearance. 

HAHAHA. 

I DID IT. 

I BOUGHT “104 DAYS OF SUMMER” FROM ITUNES. 

AND ALL IT COST ME WAS 50 SMACKAROONS. 

Just a friendly reminder that…

"Backyard Beach" was the first song that "Ferb" ever sang. 

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Just a friendly reminder that…

the song “Chains on Me” is performed by The Smile Away Reformatory Glee Club (featuring Dan Povenmire).