9 Facts from your favourite animated serie: Phineas and Ferb

Here are some Phineas and Ferb facts you might not know.

1. Agent P’s Organization

The organization agent P belongs to is called the O.W.C.A. (the Organization Without a Cool Acronym)

2. They have had a lot of pets

Phineas, Ferb,and Candace have had five pets:
Perry- There current Pet.
Goldie- A goldfish in the backyard aquarium.
Mr. Cutie Patootie- Candace’s rogue agent named Dennis
Steve- A pet Chameleon who Jeremy accidentally enlarged.
Bucky- A dog they had before Perry who got sick and went to live on Kindly old man Simmons Farm.

3. Longest lasting show

As of 2015, it is the longest running Disney animated show, lasting from 2007 to 2015.

4. Original song

Each episode contains at least one original song. The writing staff sings the song into the answering machine of Danny Jacob on Fridays to have it be magically written each Monday.

5. Danville

The show takes place in Danville, which is in Jefferson County, which is in the tri-state area. Danville is named after Dan Povenmire, and Jefferson County is named after Jeff ‘Swampy’ Marsh.

6. Dr. Doofenshmirtz his obsession

While other characters simply call him Perry, Dr. Doofenshmirtz always refers to Perry by his full name (Perry the Platypus). He doesn’t abbreviate the names of his other nemeses either (Peter the Panda, Planty the Potted Plant, et cetera).

7. Perry his secret

Stacy learns that Perry is a secret agent twice throughout the show. The second time she discovers it, she vows to keep it a secret from everyone else.

8. Eternally frustration

Phineas is a confident genius and Ferb is a quiet but also a brilliant kid. Their sister Candace is always trying to get the boys in trouble with their mother for all the outrageous inventions they build. But their mother can never quite seem to see the inventions, eternally frustrating Candace.

9. More than 104 days of summer vacation

Even though there are only supposed to be 104 days of summer vacation, there are over 222 episodes. (“You’re right, Ferb, it does feel like more than 104 days.”)

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