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Whether they are searching for the Temple of Juatchadoon, inventing a flying saucer or training domesticated squirrels to live in the wild, Phineas and Ferb are always up to something! And while Candace is always trying to bust her brothers, she actually finds herself trying to hide their antics when Jeremy wants to join them in a game of jet-pack volleyball! Meanwhile, Doofenshmirtz continues his evil quest to take over the Tri-State area and it’s up to Agent P to stop him!

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Rarely does a series come along that's able to appeal to every age group and still stay fresh and entertaining with each new season. Since 2008, "Phineas and Ferb" has exceeded all my expectations for an animated kid's show with its exceptionally smart writing, enjoyable cast of characters, irresistibly catchy songs and brilliant humor. Seeing as how it's one of the few TV programs that's hardly ever disappointed quality-wise, I have a feeling these new episodes are gonna be just as amazing, if not better, than the ones before them. If you're a big "P&F" fan like me, I full-heartedly recommend buying the season pass. It's fun, witty, irreverent entertainment the whole family can enjoy!

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Without a doubt, Phineas and Ferb is the best animated show to come along in a very long time. The creators of the show got their start with Family Guy, and it shows in the off-the-wall humor and repeated gags for comic effect. Of course, the tone of the show is not the TV-14 of Family Guy (which is good for me because, frankly, Family Guy takes it too far too often). And the extremely catchy song every show feature is another part of this repetition to good effect.

I have learned something by judging from the reactions of my own son in addition to inferring the age level of some of the critical comments made here and elsewhere: This show works on numerous levels.

Ostensibly, it's aimed at 7-10 year olds, and it certainly works on that level with its short episodes, high-action sequences, and liveliness. Once children migrate out of this age range, they tend to think that they've "grown up" beyond the range of the show. Not so, I say.

The show works on another level, which I'll say is in the 14-16 year old range. They can get the humor in repeated references to earlier episodes and a different set of sight gags and puns. They probably roll their eyes at the cutesy stuff and tell themselves that "whacha do-oo-in'?" and the various songs are tolerable, but not what they're in for. Then, at some point, they grow out of this range, too, leaving it for the "kids" to watch. Not so fast, I say.

The show continues to work on an even higher (or deeper) level, targeting adults. Most of the gags at this level are not the laugh-out-loud kind, but more of the kind that one appreciates as humorous and grants a wry smile to. Simple things like the episode titles -- say, the recent "Sipping With the Enemy" -- or various throwaway lines, like the episode where both Dr. Doofenshmirtz and Buford complain about their broken echoes. The show is absolutely LOADED with one-liners and puns (Major Monogram's delivery of the line "Cheese and crackers" in "Summer Belongs to You" is absolutely priceless) that are eminently quotable. These jokes only work if one has a deep enough base knowledge of history and pop culture, which one can really only gain with age. In short, there is no outgrowing this show.

And the songs deserve some attention, too. It blows my mind that they are able to hit so many musical genres -- from kiddie pop to J-Pop to showtunes to hard rock -- and nail it every time. Many of these songs have a surprising degree of subtlety and depth; "Hey Ferb" from "Rollercoaster: The Musical" is a great example of this as the backup singers toward the end of the song sing the line, "Boredom is something up with which I will not put", which reintegrates one of the first lines that Phineas has in the pilot.

Make no mistake: Phineas and Ferb is the smartest animated show I've seen since Animaniacs and early seasons of The Simpsons. It is clever and witty. And it uses its "predictable" story structure in a way that generates immense creativity from its writers. I can not recommend a show any more highly.


I like it,but the same thing happens over and over again