Phineas and Ferb

TV Show • 2007 • Family  Report
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Lynxwithaharpn
Animal skeletons, but nothing beyond that.
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RowanOakley
A dog skeleton is shown on screen in one episode, and a joke is made about it being the protagonists' previous pet. It is never mentioned or shown again.
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Does an animal die?
(besides a dog, cat or horse)
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Lynxwithaharpn
Perry/Agent P is often shown in danger, as well as the other animal agents, but he turns out fine in the end.
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Does a cat die?
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RowanOakley
One episode revolves around ants, and another revolves around bees.
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hyperjenb
"Phineas and Ferb Save Summer" has a subplot where Candace gets over a fear of spiders.
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hyperjenb
Rubber snakes in the rollercoaster episodes.
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PerrybearWaks
In "The Lemonade Stand" Doofenshmirtz has an inator that causes papercuts, a lot is involved
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ProfessorProcyon
In the special "Summer Belongs to You", there is a brief imagine spot where Isabella's head explodes. It's not graphic at all, though.
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hyperjenb
"Mommy Can You Hear Me" has Candace with a broken leg for the whole episode. "De Plane! De Plane!" also ends with Candace and Jeremy crashing into each other and the stinger shows them with casts on.
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LaynePinky
In the episode "Lost in Danville", Doof gets kidnapped after a scuffle in his house. Also, various other episodes have Doof holding a person hostage, usually comedically.
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Does a kid die?
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ProfessorProcyon
In every episode, Phineas and Ferb's invention is somehow removed from their front lawn, usually by being destroyed in some way. It causes them little to no hard feelings.
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Lynxwithaharpn
They're generally not threatening and are often just seen in the background.
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ProfessorProcyon
A monkey takes a shower in the theme song, but other than that, no.
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Lynxwithaharpn
Mainly in the Halloween specials.
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DonovanGiombetti
There is an episode where the whole point is they go to a mental camp
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Lynxwithaharpn
Some brief moments showing hospitals, but nothing graphic or anything.
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hyperjenb
Candace's mom doesn't believe her when she talks about Phineas and Ferb's inventions and repeatedly insists that she's crazy. This is played for comedy.
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ProfessorProcyon
No, though there is an episode where a character invents something that causes him to eat as much as he wants without gaining any weight.
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hyperjenb
Candace frequently goes into bouts of panic (for example she locks herself in "the panic room" in one episode) but they're typically played for laughs.
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ProfessorProcyon
No, but there are various adult jokes throughout the series.
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Are there incestuous relationships?
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RowanOakley
No, but one episode shows a male character being made to wear a dress, and it clearly distresses him and causes others to bully him. Another episode shows at least two male characters suddenly being in dresses, much to their surprise, but they don't seem bothered by it.
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ProfessorProcyon
There are no onscreen deaths, and no characters in the show are confirmed to be LGBT+.
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RowanOakley
No characters die.
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RowanOakley
Some of the humor revolves around Candace's obsession with her brothers' projects, and several tropes and stereotypes are used. She is explicitly called crazy at least once.
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Steven S.
Santa is explicitly real within the world of the show.
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ProfessorProcyon
The ending of the series is happy, though it can be emotional to many.
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ProfessorProcyon
Explosions are fairly frequent, but none of them are nuclear.
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hyperjenb
Heinz Doofenshmirz has many flashbacks about being emotionally abused as a child, but it's exaggerated and played for comedy.
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ProfessorProcyon
Gun-like weapons (such as space blasters) are sometimes used, but nobody is seriously hurt.
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hyperjenb
One episode simulates a blood splatter but it turns out to just be a bunch of jelly donuts being squashed.
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hyperjenb
A plane falls into the water but dissolves due to being made of papier mache and everyone is safe.
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LaynePinky
Cars may crash on screen or off screen, but everyone is always okay, as it is typically a joke.
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