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    The following is a list of episodes from the Disney Channel series , which ran from August 17, 2007, to June 12, 2015. The show ended with a total of 222 segments (129 episodes).

    Contents

    1 Series overview 2 Episodes

    2.1 Season 1 (2007–09)

    2.2 Season 2 (2009–11)

    2.3 Season 3 (2011–12)

    2.4 Season 4 (2012–15)

    3 Films 4 "O.W.C.A. Files" 5 crossover 6 7 Home media 8 Notes 9 References 10 External links

    Series overview[edit]

    Season Segments Episodes Originally aired

    First aired Last aired

    1

    47 26 August 17, 2007 February 18, 2009

    2

    65 38 February 19, 2009 February 11, 2011

    3

    62 35 March 4, 2011 November 30, 2012

    August 5, 2011 4

    48 30 December 7, 2012 June 12, 2015

    O.W.C.A. Files November 9, 2015

    The Phineas and Ferb Effect

    January 5, 2019 August 28, 2020

    Episodes[edit]

    Season 1 (2007–09)[edit]

    Main article: Phineas and Ferb (season 1)

    No. overall No. in

    season Title Directed by Written by Storyboarded by Original air date Prod.

    code US viewers (millions)

    1 1 "Rollercoaster" Dan Povenmire Dan Povenmire & Swampy Marsh Dan Povenmire August 17, 2007 101a 10.80[1]

    2 2 "Lawn Gnome Beach Party of Terror" Dan Povenmire  : Dan Povenmire, Jeff "Swampy" Marsh, Martin Olson, Bobby Gaylor

    : Dan Povenmire, Jeff "Swampy" Marsh, Martin Olson, Bobby Gaylor, Chris Headrick & Jon Barry Chris Headrick & Jon Barry September 28, 2007 102b N/A

    3 3 "Flop Starz" Dan Povenmire  : Dan Povenmire & Jeff "Swampy" Marsh

    : Dan Povenmire, Jeff "Swampy" Marsh, Sherm Cohen & Antoine Guilbaud Sherm Cohen & Antoine Guilbaud February 1, 2008 104b 4.00[2]

    4 4 "The Fast and the Phineas" Dan Povenmire  : Dan Povenmire & Jeff "Swampy" Marsh

    : Dan Povenmire, Jeff "Swampy" Marsh, Antoine Guilbaud & Sherm Cohen Antoine Guilbaud & Sherm Cohen February 2, 2008 102a N/A

    5 5 "Lights, Candace, Action!" Dan Povenmire  : Dan Povenmire, Swampy Marsh, Martin Olson & Bobby Gaylor

    : Dan Povenmire, Swampy Marsh, Martin Olson, Bobby Gaylor, Sherm Cohen & Antoine Guilbaud Sherm Cohen & Antoine Guilbaud February 3, 2008 105b N/A

    6 6 "Raging Bully" Dan Povenmire  : Martin Olson, Dan Povenmire & Swampy Marsh

    : Martin Olson, Dan Povenmire, Swampy Marsh, Wendy Grieb & Kent Osborne Wendy Grieb & Kent Osborne February 4, 2008 105a N/A

    7 7 "Candace Loses Her Head" Dan Povenmire  : Dan Povenmire, Jeff "Swampy" Marsh & Martin Olson

    : Dan Povenmire, Jeff "Swampy" Marsh, Martin Olson, Kyle Baker & Patrick Ventura Kyle Baker & Patrick Ventura February 5, 2008 101b N/A

    8 8 "I, Brobot" Dan Povenmire  : Martin Olson

    : Martin Olson, Kent Osborne & Aliki Theofilopoulos Kent Osborne & Aliki Theofilopoulos February 6, 2008 110b N/A

    9 9 "Run Away Runway" Dan Povenmire  : Bobby Gaylor & Martin Olson

    : Sherm Cohen, Bobby Gaylor, Antoine Guilbaud & Martin Olson Sherm Cohen & Antoine Guilbaud February 7, 2008 112a N/A

    10 10 "The Magnificent Few" Dan Povenmire  : Martin Olson, Dan Povenmire & Swampy Marsh

    : Martin Olson, Dan Povenmire, Swampy Marsh, Mike Diederich & Chong Lee Mike Diederich & Chong Lee February 8, 2008 103a N/A

    11 11 "S'Winter" Dan Povenmire  : Dan Povenmire, Swampy Marsh, Martin Olson & Bobby Gaylor

    : Dan Povenmire, Swampy Marsh, Martin Olson, Bobby Gaylor, Sherm Cohen & Antoine Guilbaud Antoine Guilbaud & Sherm Cohen February 9, 2008 103b N/A

    12 12 "Jerk De Soleil" Dan Povenmire  : Bobby Gaylor & Martin Olson

    : Bobby Gaylor, Martin Olson, J.G. Quintel & Kim Roberson J. G. Quintel & Kim Roberson February 10, 2008 108a N/A

    13 13 "Are You My Mummy?" Dan Povenmire  : Dan Povenmire, Swampy Marsh, Martin Olson & Bobby Gaylor

    : Dan Povenmire, Swampy Marsh, Martin Olson, Bobby Gaylor, Robert F. Hughes, Kyle Baker & Mike Roth Kyle Baker & Mike Roth February 15, 2008 104a N/A

    14 14 "Ready for the Bettys" Zac Moncrief  : Bobby Gaylor & Martin Olson

    : Bobby Gaylor, Martin Olson, Kent Osborne & Aliki Theofilopoulos Aliki Theofilopoulos & Kent Osborne February 16, 2008 115a N/A

    15 15 "I Scream, You Scream" Zac Moncrief  : Bobby Gaylor

    : Sherm Cohen, Bobby Gaylor & Antoine Guilbaud Sherm Cohen & Antoine Guilbaud February 17, 2008 112b N/A

    16 16 "Toy to the World" Swampy Marsh  : Bobby Gaylor & Martin Olson

    : Mike Diederich, Bobby Gaylor, Chong Lee & Martin Olson Mike Diederich & Chong Lee February 22, 2008 108b N/A

    17 17 "Get That Bigfoot Outa My Face!" Dan Povenmire  : Dan Povenmire & Bobby Gaylor

    : Dan Povenmire, Bobby Gaylor, Kent Osborne & Kim Roberson Kent Osborne & Kim Roberson February 23, 2008 106a N/A

    18 18 "It's a Mud, Mud, Mud, Mud World" Zac Moncrief  : Bobby Gaylor & Martin Olson

    : Mike Diederich, Bobby Gaylor, Robert F. Hughes, Zac Moncrief, Martin Olson & Mike Roth Mike Diederich & Mike Roth February 24, 2008 113a N/A

    19 19 "Mom's Birthday" Dan Povenmire  : Swampy Marsh, Martin Olson & Dan Povenmire

    : Robert F. Hughes, Zac Moncrief, Martin Olson, Kent Osborne & Aliki Theofilopoulos Kent Osborne & Aliki Theofilopoulos February 29, 2008 111a N/A

    Source : en.wikipedia.org

    List of Phineas and Ferb episodes Facts for Kids

    Learn List of Phineas and Ferb episodes facts for kids

    The following is a list of episodes from the Disney Channel Original Series , which ran from August 17, 2007, to June 12, 2015. The show ended with a total of 222 segments (129 episodes).

    Contents Series overview Episodes Season 1 (2007–09) Season 2 (2009–11) Season 3 (2011–12) Season 4 (2012–15) Films "O.W.C.A. Files" crossover Home media

    Series overview

    Season Segments Episodes Originally aired

    First aired Last aired

    1 47 26 August 17, 2007 February 18, 2009

    2 65 38 February 19, 2009 February 11, 2011

    3 62 35 March 4, 2011 November 30, 2012

    Across the 2nd Dimension August 5, 2011

    4 48 30 December 7, 2012 June 12, 2015

    O.W.C.A. Files November 9, 2015

    The Phineas and Ferb Effect January 5, 2019

    Candace Against the Universe August 28, 2020

    Episodes

    Season 1 (2007–09)

    Main page: Phineas and Ferb (season 1)

    No. overall No. in

    season Title Directed by Written by Original air date Prod.

    code US viewers (millions)

    1 1 "Rollercoaster" ʁ Dan Povenmire Dan Povenmire & Swampy Marsh (written) ʁ ʁ August 17, 2007 ʁ 101a 10.80

    Phineas and Ferb build a roller coaster for the neighborhood, much to their sister Candace's displeasure. Meanwhile, Perry, the boys' secret agent platypus, tries to stop his nemesis Dr. Doofenshmirtz from controlling the Earth's rotation with a magnet and a giant sheet of tin foil.

    Note: This episode is available in the Bonus Features on DVD. This episode aired in Germany on September 22, 2007.

    2 2 "Lawn Gnome Beach Party of Terror" ʁ Dan Povenmire Dan Povenmire, Jeff "Swampy" Marsh, Martin Olson, Bobby Gaylor, Chris Headrick & Jon Barry

    Chris Headrick & Jon Barry (storyboards) ʁ ʁ September 28, 2007 ʁ 102b N/A

    Phineas and Ferb build a backyard beach which Candace is determined to bust, but eventually begins to enjoy. Meanwhile, due to a weird back-story, Doofenshmirtz tries to steal all the lawn gnomes in the Tri-State Area.

    Note: This episode is available on DVD along with "The Fast & The Phineas" episode.

    3 3 "Flop Starz" ʁ Dan Povenmire Dan Povenmire, Jeff "Swampy" Marsh, Sherm Cohen & Antoine Guilbaud

    Sherm Cohen & Antoine Guilbaud (storyboards) ʁ ʁ February 1, 2008 ʁ 104b 4.00

    Phineas and Ferb's song "Gitchee, Gitchee, Goo" becomes a one-hit wonder and brings them worldwide fame, while Candace wins a chance to sing on stage with them during the auditions for a reality music competition. Meanwhile, Doofenshmirtz turns his building into a giant robot to wreak terror upon the Tri-State Area.

    Note: This episode is available on The Fast & The Phineas DVD along with the Are You My Mummy episode.

    4 4 "The Fast and the Phineas" ʁ Dan Povenmire Dan Povenmire, Jeff "Swampy" Marsh, Antoine Guilbaud & Sherm Cohen

    Antoine Guilbaud & Sherm Cohen (storyboards) ʁ ʁ February 2, 2008 ʁ 102a N/A

    The boys transform Mom's car into a remote-controlled race car and enter it into a race. Meanwhile, Doofenshmirtz uses his new invention, the Deflate-inator, which is curiously mounted to a blimp, to try to deflate everything in the Tri-State Area.

    5 5 "Lights, Candace, Action!" ʁ Dan Povenmire Dan Povenmire, Swampy Marsh, Martin Olson, Bobby Gaylor, Sherm Cohen & Antoine Guilbaud

    Sherm Cohen & Antoine Guilbaud (storyboards) ʁ ʁ February 3, 2008 ʁ 105b N/A

    Candace stars in the movie . However she finds out that new directors Phineas and Ferb have changed it to . Meanwhile, Doofenshmirtz creates an Age-Accelerator-inator to age cheese, but ends up trying to age Perry.

    Note: This episode is available on The Fast & The Phineas DVD along with the Raging Bully episode.

    6 6 "Raging Bully" ʁ Dan Povenmire Martin Olson, Dan Povenmire, Swampy Marsh, Wendy Grieb & Kent Osborne

    Wendy Grieb & Kent Osborne (storyboards) ʁ ʁ February 4, 2008 ʁ 105a N/A

    When Buford challenges Phineas to a thumb-wrestling competition, Phineas receives training by boxing champion Evander Holyfield. Doofenshmirtz creates a hypnotic device to control people's minds so they will be forced to celebrate his birthday and clean up afterwards.

    7 7 "Candace Loses Her Head" ʁ Dan Povenmire Dan Povenmire, Jeff "Swampy" Marsh, Martin Olson, Kyle Baker & Patrick Ventura

    Kyle Baker & Patrick Ventura (storyboards) ʁ ʁ February 5, 2008 ʁ 101b N/A

    The boys plan to carve Candace's face into Mount Rushmore for her birthday. Perry tries to prevent Doofenshmirtz from boring a tunnel to the People's Republic of China from Mount Rushmore.

    8 8 "I, Brobot" ʁ Dan Povenmire Martin Olson, Kent Osborne & Aliki Theofilopoulos

    Kent Osborne & Aliki Theofilopoulos (storyboards) ʁ ʁ February 6, 2008 ʁ 110b N/A

    The boys clone themselves as Phinedroids and Ferbots (robots) so they can get more projects completed. Doofenshmirtz tries using a giant magnet to erase messages he left on his girlfriend's answering machine.

    9 9 "Run Away Runway" ʁ Dan Povenmire Sherm Cohen, Bobby Gaylor, Antoine Guilbaud & Martin Olson

    Sherm Cohen & Antoine Guilbaud (storyboards) ʁ ʁ February 7, 2008 ʁ 112a N/A

    Candace tries to become a fashion model, while Phineas and Ferb create a fashion collection entitled "Summer All the Time". Doofenshmirtz designs a machine to create clones of himself so they can wait in line for him.

    10 10 "The Magnificent Few" ʁ Dan Povenmire Martin Olson, Dan Povenmire, Swampy Marsh, Mike Diederich & Chong Lee

    Source : kids.kiddle.co

    The 15 best episodes of Phineas and Ferb

    With a new 'Phineas and Ferb' movie now streaming on Disney+, here are EW's picks for the series' 15 best episodes.

    The 15 best episodes of Phineas and Ferb

    By Tyler Aquilina

    August 28, 2020 at 10:15 AM EDT

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    TYPE TV Show GENRE Family Animated

    There may be 104 days of summer vacation, but there are more than 200 episodes of Phineas and Ferb. Throughout those episodes, the Disney Channel series earned a reputation as one of the smartest and funniest family-friendly shows on TV, entertaining adults and kids alike with whip-smart, rapid-fire humor; intricate storylines; and genuinely well-written songs. With the show's full run streaming on Disney+ alongside its two movies, Phineas and Ferb the Movie: Across the 2nd Dimension and Phineas and Ferb the Movie: Candace Against the Universe, any time is ripe for a new crop of viewers to discover it.

    Early on, every episode of Phineas and Ferb followed a strict formula. Each day of summer vacation, the titular stepbrothers (voiced by Vincent Martella and Thomas Brodie-Sangster) create something outlandish or fantastical — a gigantic roller coaster, a time machine, a fusion of summer and winter — while their older sister, Candace (Ashley Tisdale), tries to "bust" them by exposing the project to their mother (Caroline Rhea). Meanwhile, the boys' pet platypus, Perry, leads a double life as a secret agent, fighting the hapless evil scientist Dr. Heinz Doofenshmirtz (series co-creator Dan Povenmire), who constantly schemes to take over the Tri-State Area. The storylines converge when Perry and Doofenshmirtz's battle causes the boys' creation to vanish just before their mom can see it, to Candace's great dismay.

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    Though such a rigid structure would theoretically trap a show in a doomed spiral of repetition, this formula quickly became a rich well of humor and a reliable structure for increasingly clever plotlines. At its peak, Phineas and Ferb was truly comparable to the best of The Simpsons, with a similar skill for telling poignant and hilarious stories with equal aplomb. It was almost as quotable, from catchphrases like "Yes, yes I am" and "Watcha doin'?" to such absurd lines as: "If I had a nickel for every time I was doomed by a puppet, I'd have two nickels. Which isn't a lot, but it's weird that it happened twice, right?" And it built a universe nearly as vast and detailed as Springfield over the course of its run, with supporting characters like the boys' nerdy friend Baljeet, sensitive bully archetype Buford, and Perry's supervisor Major Monogram, all imbued with surprising depth.

    Where, then, should a neophyte start? The assemblage below should serve as an excellent sampler platter, showcasing the best of the series and its various flavors. (One-hour specials were off-limits because it seemed unfair to compare 11-minute installments to super-size ones.) Read on for EW's picks for the 15 best episodes of Phineas and Ferb, and feel free to let loose a hearty "Curse you, Entertainment Weekly!" if you don't agree.

    15. "Hail Doofania!" (season 1, episode 26b)

    Phineas and Ferb shifted into a new gear when it began to self-consciously subvert its own formula, and "Hail Doofania!" was one of the show's earliest attempts at this. While Doofenshmirtz engages in a Phineas-and-Ferb-esque project, constructing his own floating city off the coast of town, the boys build a "Rainbow-inator" to create a giant rainbow spanning the entire Tri-State Area. Doof's teenage daughter Vanessa (Olivia Olson) fills the Candace role, trying to prove to her mother (Allison Janney) that her dad is evil. (In an inspired touch highlighting the flip-flopped plots, the writers have a dry-cleaning mixup, resulting in Candace and Vanessa wearing each other's signature outfits throughout the episode.)

    14. "Magic Carpet Ride" (season 3, episode 6b)

    Most of Phineas and Ferb's songs were penned in-house, but for "Magic Carpet Ride," the creators brought in a ringer: Robert Lopez, the EGOT-winning songwriter behind Frozen and The Book of Mormon. The result was one of the show's finest numbers, "Aerial Area Rug," an affectionate spoof of the classic Disney tune "A Whole New World." The song is a series high point in and of itself, but the rest of this episode is no slouch, as Doofenshmirtz creates a "Stain-inator" to ruin a painting the town's mayor (who happens to be his brother) is unveiling, and Candace turns to fortune cookies for help busting her brothers.

    13. "Nerds of a Feather" (season 2, episode 33)

    A strange missive from a time before "nerdy" properties ate pop culture whole (Phineas actually declares that sci-fi and fantasy fans are "all outcasts," which rings even less true today), "Nerds of a Feather" looks in hindsight like a preview of how noxious "fans" began poisoning cultural discourse as the 2010s went on. Of course, it's much more lighthearted than that sounds. Herein, the boys attend a fan convention where they find themselves caught in the middle of an "inter-genre geek war" between devotees of two different franchises. We also get a glimpse of Doofenshmirtz's creative aspirations as he pitches a TV show called Doof n' Puss, starring himself and Perry. Come for the guest voices of Kevin Smith and Seth MacFarlane; stay for the introduction of the recurring, seemingly insufferable in-universe kids' show Ducky Momo.

    Source : ew.com

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