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Discussion in 'Disney Movies, Books, TV and Music' started by Disneyfreak616, Nov 3, 2010.

  1. smitch425

    smitch425 DIS Veteran

    Mar 18, 2011
    I used to be part of the resistance but I got so good at it, I started resisting them.-- Buford Van Stomm, Across the 2nd Dimension
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  3. Sphinx610

    Sphinx610 DIS Veteran

    Aug 9, 2012
    Love it. It's something for me AND something for my son. Haha
  4. melissarose

    melissarose DIS Veteran

    Sep 29, 2012
    I love love loved when Jeremy said "cool beans" and Candace said back "cool legumes". Hilarious. I say it all the time now. I also of course love "curse you Perry the platypus!". And I love the song "Aerial Area Rug". I love P&F!
  5. Jazzabelle508

    Jazzabelle508 Live, Laugh, Love and Disney

    Feb 16, 2011
    I don't have a favorite quote from the show, for me it would be the super catchy songs they sing. Heck even there theme song is VERY catchy! My favorite song of their's is probably, "Goochy Goochy Goo means I love you".

    Surprisingly enough I wasn't a fan of this sow untill recently when I realized just how awesome their song are. It reminds me of the old disney channel that I loved!
  6. Princess on the Run

    Princess on the Run Sprinkling Pixie Dust!!!

    Aug 18, 2012
    Doofenshmirtz holding a bucket!
  7. Disneydude97

    Disneydude97 Reaching New Horizons

    Jul 14, 2012
    One of my personal favorites:

    "Boring, dull, stupid, lame, heavy-handed and derivative."
    --Candace, judging books by their covers in "The Chronicles of Meap"

    And now, here's a list of some of my personal favorite P&F songs.

    "Aerial Area Rug" from Magic Carpet Ride
    Is it some concidence that whenever I hear this song, I immediately think of "A Whole New World" from Aladdin?

    VIDEO LINK TO THE SONG: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W0_lIX1_a1A

    /"Zubada" from Tri-Stone Area
    This is basically what you get when you take "Gitchee-Gitchee-Goo" and give it a prehistoric twist.

    VIDEO LINK TO THE SONG: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O-MFdXUdMA0

    "Little Brothers" from Phineas and Ferb Get Busted (or At Last if you're from Australia)
    Oh my God, words cannot describe how much I love this song. It really shows how much how even though Candace may try to bust them, she still has feelings for them. I have an older brother myself, and I think this fits well with our relationship.

    VIDEO LINK TO THE SONG: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R9foSaX7ftM

    "J-Pop" (Welcome to Tokyo) from Summer Belongs to You!
    Like Candace, we have no idea what happened, but we love it!

    VIDEO LINK TO THE SONG: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1RaL4fJVDOQ

    And finally, we have...

    The entireity of "Rollercoaster: The Musical!"
    From all the musical references in "Hey Ferb", the fun doo-wop of "You're Going Down", the extremeness of "Rollercoaster" and the amazing finale "Carpe Diem", this is one episode that just can't be beat! Scream if you want more!

    VIDEO LINK TO THE EPISODE: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KYsYuDKMugA
  8. karly05

    karly05 DIS Veteran

    Mar 7, 2009
    Oh, man, favorite lines, favorite songs, favorite episodes - it's too hard to choose!

    I still think one of the very best episodes of all is "Dude, We're Getting the Band Back Together," the original Love Handel episode. I love all the songs in that (The "Ain't Got Rhythm" number has to be one of the best ever), and it has one of my all time favorite lines: "Dude, is that the cake from the trash?"

    I LOVE LOVE LOVE "Tri-Stone Area." I laughed out loud at the familiar gags, and if you know the show, you know exactly what they're saying. My favorite bit was when Doof gets this sad and dreamy look and says, "Baka laka..." and you know he's going into a backstory!

    Off the top of my head, here are just a few of my other favorite songs:
    "Gimme a Grade" from "The Baljeatles"
    "She's Got an Alien Heart" from the "Max Modem" episode
    Carl's "Evil for Extra Credit" production number from "Where's Perry?"
    "No Stop Truck Stop" from "Road Trip"
    "The Drusselstein Driving Test Waltz" from "Doonkelberry Imperative"
    The wonderful "Frenemies" number by Buford and Baljeet in "Lotsa Latkes" - there simply has to be a longer, full, complete audio version of this somewhere that they need to release as a download, because all we get in the episode is scattered snippets.
    Candace's "Mysterious Force" song cut from "Across the 2nd Dimension" (I really wish they'd kept this in.)
    Doof's "Handsome" number from "Quietest Day Ever"

    And on and on and on... (And I didn't even go back to the classics like "Squirrels in My Pants" and "Busted.")

    Just way too much great stuff.

    Tacking on one of my favorite Ferb one-liners: "If we hadn't been able to invent something soon, I was going to scream." (from "Bully Bromance Breakup")

    And as a parting shot, one of my favorite lines/exchanges/episode punch lines, from "Candace Gets Busted":
    Doof: "Oh, Vanessa, thank goodness you're here! A platypus has tied me up in my own pants!"
    Vanessa: "How did my life get to the point where that is not a strange sentence to me?"

    OK, that was way too long.
  9. WDWFanTX

    WDWFanTX Earning My Ears

    Jul 28, 2013
    This is one of my favorite lines:
    Candace: "Mom, Phineas and Ferb are making a title sequence!"
  10. old lady

    old lady DIS Veteran

    Mar 15, 2007
    I wish they had a simulation ride for this cartoon and one for Kim Possible.
  11. WDWFanTX

    WDWFanTX Earning My Ears

    Jul 28, 2013
    Yes, that would be cool. And because the two are always working on projects, why not have it at EPCOT?

    Also, here's a funny story about Candace's opening rant: When I was at WDW at the POR resort this past July with my family, my little sister was watching Phineas and Ferb on the second morning of our trip, and while I was putting my shoes on, she says, "Mom, my brother's making a title sequence!" I started laughing my socks off. We saw them at Hollywood Studios the next day but didn't get pictures with them.

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