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The characters in Disney's animated success, Phineas and Ferb.

Phineas Flynn

He knows what they're gonna do today.
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"I know what we're gonna do today!"
Voiced by: Vincent Martella

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A cheerful boy who's always coming up with wild ideas of what to do over summer vacation, from building a humongous roller coaster to travelling into outer space to breeding giant mutant sea-monkeys. Even ordinary activities such as running a lemonade stand or making ice-cream sundaes get taken Up to Eleven when Phineas gets involved.

Tropes exhibited by this character include:
  • Adorkable: If it wasn't official already, his geeking out (along with Ferb) over the super computer cements it.
  • Alliterative Name
  • Badass Bookworm: Not to the same extent as Ferb, but he can wipe out an army of invading robots with a baseball launcher and a robot dog as effectively as anyone else. He also fought an evil dictator from another dimension solo (however briefly) and lived to tell the tale (or not).
  • Beware the Nice Ones: Four words: GET. ON. THE. TRIKE!!!
  • Break the Cutie/Heroic BSOD/Ten-Minute Retirement: In "Phineas And Ferb Get Busted", or at least within Candace's dream within Perry's dream.
    • Also in "Summer Belongs To You" and the Christmas Special.
      • In Summer Belongs to You here at about 7:20.
    • It's pretty much safe to say that if the episode runs past 23 minutes, it's gonna involve this trope.
      • Actually, Bully Bromance Break Up proves that he isn't even safe in normal episodes.
  • Catch Phrase
    • "I know what we're gonna do today!"
    • "Hey, where's Perry?"/"Oh there you are, Perry!"
    • [Adult: "Aren't you a little young to be editing a TV Tropes page?"] "Why yes. Yes I am."
    • "How serendipitous!" (Though this one didn't last long.)
  • Characterization Marches On: His slightly snarky and mischievous streak in early episodes (even more so in the show's original pitch) essentially vanished in later ones.
  • Cheerful Child
    • Except when told that he can't pull off "street," dang it!
    • Or except during "Summer Belongs To You". "GET ON THE TRIKE!"
    • And he got angry for a second in "No More Bunny Business" when Candace called his X-ray glasses stupid.
    • He spends half of the movie furious with Perry for pretending to be a normal house pet when really, he's a secret agent. His least serious outburst is:
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Phineas: All this time, you could have been cleaning out your own litterbox! [Perry shrugs sheepishly]

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  • Cloudcuckoolander: Telling him not to do inventions several times will put him at a state of complete withdrawal, and once the time's up, he will become impatient and invent like crazy, as seen in "Bully Bromance Break-Up".
    • Even before that episode, there were plenty of indications that his mind operated on a very...different plane. (Most of them could be chalked up to Rule of Funny, though.)
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(trying to figure out Ferb's sign language) " 'I...know...what...we're...going...to do...spatula.' Oh, today! I really should have known that from the context. Oh, here's another one. 'Hey...where's...spatula.' Oh, context again."

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  • Complexity Addiction: Literally--he'll suffer withdrawal symptoms if he has to tackle a difficult task in a straightforward way, without the aid of crazy inventions.
  • Cute Shotaro Boy: He is cheerful, friendly, will help out anyone, likes everybody he meets, what more could you want?
  • Determinator
  • Does Not Understand Sarcasm
  • The Everyman
  • Fun Personified
  • Gadgeteer Genius
  • The Hero
  • Heroic Sacrifice/Laser-Guided Amnesia: At the end of the movie.
  • Heterosexual Life Partners: With Ferb.
  • Horrible Judge of Character: A side effect of his near-eternal optimism. He doesn't realize Doofenshmirtz-2 (or for that matter Doof-1, but that was more understandable under the circumstances) is evil until he is told.
    • Not to mention how long it takes him to figure out that Mitch isn't friendly.
    • Nor does he usually acknowledge that Candace is trying to get him and Ferb in trouble, even when she straight up tells them that's what she's trying to do.
  • Identical Grandson: In The Monster of Phineas-n-Ferbenstein
    • Which is a bit weird, considering how no mention is made of Phineas-stein actually being related to Phineas.
  • "I Know You're in There Somewhere" Fight: Every single member of his family has been under some form of mental influence. A cry from Candace for help will always instantly snap Phineas out of it. It's like she's wired as the three laws of robotics for his brain.
  • Keet
  • Mad Scientist: One of the good ones.
    • He even dresses the part, labcoat, gloves, crazy hair and all, in "One Good Scare Ought to Do It!"
    • Revealed to be addicted to inventing in Bully Bromance Break Up. (He's fairly useless when he's in withdrawal.)
  • Motor Mouth: In contrast to Ferb's silence.
  • Mr. Imagination: In one episode, Buford even lampshades Phineas' ability to bend the laws of physics to his will.
  • Nice Guy: Seriously. He has gotten truly angry perhaps twice[1] so far in the entire series and managed to recover fairly quickly on both occasions. He even agreed to help his sister bust him once without batting an eye just because it would make her happy, and that was on the one occasion where he even acknowledged that she was trying to bust him at all.
  • Not-So-Imaginary Friend: His pet chameleon, Steve.
  • Oblivious to Love: Played with throughout the series, to the chagrin of Isabella. The most prominent example has to be in "Summer Belongs to You", with Isabella singing "City of Love" and all.
    • Oh SO unfortunatelyfor Isabella]]: He can acknowledge openly every OTHER couple and their obvious attractions to each other, but the idea of Isabella liking him is completely alien to him.
    • Alternatively, he could just as easily be suppressing his own feelings. The movie may give credence to this train of thought.
      • The movie actually makes this an odd sort of Canon; he's really happy when Isabella kisses him (albeit really shocked) and it seems like he wants to do/say something else before their memories are wiped, but never gets the chance. The movie just never clarifies whether he's hiding his own feelings, liked the kiss but didn't think of it as love, or wasn't really aware of them - which would push his Oblivious to Love status Up to Eleven.
    • Averted by an alternate timeline/universe version of him from ancient China in "Doof Dynasty", who is shown to have a crush on Princess Isabella.
  • OOC Is Serious Business: If he's ever not happy for an extended period of time, you know things have taken a turn for the worst.
  • Redheaded Hero
  • Reed Richards Is Useless: You'd think with everything he and Ferb can accomplish over the course of a day, they'd make one of their projects to find a cure to a deadly disease, or to solve world hunger, or something.
  • Refuge in Audacity: The reason why their mom never believes Candace.
  • Rules Lawyer: Unintentionally, but Phineas has a tendency to think outside the box and end up coming up with ideas to circumvent restrictions without even realizing he's doing it.
  • Vague Age: Lampshaded in The Movie, when Doofenshmirtz-2 says he did anything a puppet said when he was their age. Phineas says, "How old do you think we are?" Doof-2 says it's hard to tell with the one eye.
  • Victorious Childhood Friend: With Isabella based on things Povenmire said. May or may not happen offscreen.
    • Except that them screwing with time means the future that suggests these are the possibilities may or may not come to pass.
  • Vocal Evolution
  • What the Hell, Hero?: To Perry in the movie, not realizing that Perry had been hiding his secret agent identity to avoid being relocated to another family.
  • Wise Beyond Their Years
  • The Wonka: The kid equivalent. He even gets to dress up as Willy Wonka during a brief Charlie and the Chocolate Parody in "Toy to the World".


Ferb Fletcher

He also does drums. And bagpipes. And the trumpet...
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"Wait for it..."
Voiced (when he actually talks) by: Thomas Sangster, Danny Jacob (singing)

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Phineas's step-brother and best friend. A quiet and stoic boy who usually says no more than one or two lines per episode. He's also a mechanical genius who gladly helps his brother assemble whatever contrived contraption they need for their latest scheme.

Tropes exhibited by this character include:


Candace Flynn

Not Candace's natural state, but fitting nonetheless.
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"You guys are so busted!"
Voiced by: Ashley Tisdale, Dan Povenmire (allergy-affected voice)

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Phineas and Ferb's high-strung older sister. Like most teen-aged girls, she's obsessed with clothes-shopping, pop music, chatting on the phone, hanging with her friends, and boys (in particular her crush, Jeremy Johnson). Unlike most teen-aged girls, she's also obsessed with "busting" her brothers for their outlandish schemes.

Tropes exhibited by this character include:
  • Action Girl: With the proper motivation... she once wrestled an alligator as part of a bid to get concert tickets.
  • Anti-Hero: Type II. Most alternate Candaces Shoot the Dog and so are Type III.
  • Aesop Amnesia: In several episodes, Candance learns that if she just rolled with what her brothers did she would have more fun and less stress. Yet she never stops trying to bust her brothers.
  • Annoying Younger Sibling: Sees Phineas and Ferb as this. Amusingly though, Phineas and Ferb almost never approach Candace on their own, Candace's misfortunes largely being the result of her blindly barging in on their projects or going overboard on her attempts to bust them. They'd be much less of a nuisance to her if she'd just quit obsessing over them.
  • Badass Boast: "I've got a date with destiny and it's not going to end with a kiss".
  • Beneath the Mask: She's a closeted fan of Ducky Momo, which is apparently so embarrassing that she can't even share it with Stacy. Jeremy eventually finds out, but being a nice guy, he's fine with it.
  • Big Sister Instinct: She has claimed that one of the reasons she busts is to protect against Dead Little Brother. She's also quite willing to save them in more conventional ways when they're really in danger.
  • Bratty Teenage Daughter: At times.
  • Butt Monkey
  • The Cassandra
  • Catch Phrase: "Oh, you two are so busted!"
  • The Chew Toy
  • Childhood Friends: With Stacy.
  • Cloudcuckoolander/Only Sane Woman: Both at once, in a way. She's the only person on the show who both sees and identifies the potential dangers of her brothers' antics. Thanks to this, she's more than just a little neurotic. But then she does equally dangerous things to bust them, and if not that, she gets on board. This is rare though.
    • She often considers herself the latter. As described above, she has a point, but given her erratic personality it usually turns out to be ironic.
  • Cosmic Plaything: The coincidences that stop her from busting her brothers make this the only option. In one episode the space-time continuum itself was warped. In another the entire universe expanded. She's come to call it The Mysterious Force
    • Not only is she not allowed to actually bust Phineas and Ferb, she's not allowed to stop *trying*. Any attempts to permanently remedy this compulsion are either thwarted or re-activate the compulsion even worse than before. After all, Status Quo Is God.
  • Creator Cameo: Dan Povenmire does her gruff allergy-induced voice when she comes in contact with wild parsnip.
  • Crouching Moron, Hidden Badass: In contrast to her second dimension counterpart, who is more a straight on Badass, she is prone to panicking and tends to act rather erratically in general. But time and time again she has also shown capable of amazing feats given enough motivation (most commonly when she's trying to bust or protect her brothers).
  • Deadpan Snarker: Sometimes.
  • The Determinator
  • Embarrassing Middle Name: Gertrude.
  • Everyone Has Standards: There are a few instances where she decides it's not worth trying to bust them.
  • Failure Is the Only Option: If she ever succeeded in busting her brothers, there'd be no show. (And several "what-if" episodes illustrate that really, really bad things will happen if she does succeed.)
    • She does succeed in a couple of episodes, but this always ends up being undone almost instantly.
  • Fiery Redhead
  • Flanderization: An in-universe example occurs when Candace gets split into two. Both Candaces are defined solely by her strongest usually-shown traits: one is completely romantic and obsessed with Jeremy, the other is mean and psychotically obsessed with busting her brothers.
  • Genki Girl: Her energy levels can rival her brothers', for starters.
  • Genre Savvy: She knows perfectly well by now what will (almost certainly) happen when she tries to bust her brothers. Doesn't stop her from trying though.
  • Guilty Pleasure: Ducky Momo, although it's less of a "So Bad It's Good" guilty pleasure and more of a nostalgic attachment for her.
  • Hello, Nurse!: Somewhat. Albert, Irving's big brother, and arguably Buford have the hots for her.
  • Heroic Sacrifice/Laser-Guided Amnesia: At the end of the movie.
  • I Just Want to Have Friends: In "Unfair Science Fair: Redux", she manages to convince herself that her friends have all spontaneously abandoned her through a combination of them all being involved in prior engagements and the misinterpretation of a text message. She ends up getting stranded on Mars and becoming the Queen of the native martians... who won't leave her alone, which leads to her realizing her moral for the day.
  • Identical Stranger: Princess Baldegunde.
    • Apparently, some elected official named Kevin from an alternate universe is identical to Candace as well.
  • Imagine Spot: She's sometimes prone to thinking up highly improbable scenarios in these, such as Phineas and Ferb maliciously tricking her to avoid being busted (even though in real life they don't appear to care either way) or the world exploding after she tries to ask Jeremy out.
  • Improbable Weapon User: Her hairdryer happens to be a Game Breaker in Phineas and Ferb's video game. She also uses her own health bar at one point.
  • Insistent Terminology: It's not a party, it's an intimate get-together!
  • It's All About Me: She tends to fall into this a lot. She'll ditch friends and family alike to spend time with Jeremy, and she'll drop anything for yet another chance at her ill-advised, obviously pointless, and spiteful self-appointed mission of busting her brothers. Even with that aside, though, the beginning of "Candace's Big Day", when she criticizes her aunt's marriage plans because they didn't involve her, take the cake. Even her own mother nearly called her out on that one.
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Candace: What about my needs?

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  • It Was Here, I Swear:Used as a Running Gag in the show.
  • Jerk with a Heart of Gold: She's often outwardly very mean to her brothers and much of her life revolves around trying to bust them, but on many occasions she shows that she does deeply care for them inside. In fact, she has claimed that one of her reasons for trying to bust her brothers is to protect them from their potentially dangerous activities. However, she isn't exactly a jerk, but can get carried away and wrapped up in trying to bust her brothers.
  • Knight Templar: Toward her brothers.
  • Large Ham
  • Lawful Stupid: She's obsessed to stopping the kids' "misbehavior" because she thinks she's in charge. Also because she would never get away with it.
    • Which is odd, because in "Perry Lays an Egg", Candace does create a Phineas and Ferb-esque project that Linda sees, and Linda's only response is asking her to clean it up when she's done, which isn't so much a punishment it is a reasonable request. Candace even says "Why did you only see mine?".
  • Let's Get Dangerous: Whenever her brothers are in danger... or occasionally during her attempts to bust them.
  • Limited Wardrobe: Wears the same red top and white skirt in every episode. She even lampshades it at one point.
    • Though, unlike everyone else on the show, she actually has another outfit she's worn on multiple occasions (other characters have worn different outfits for particular events or songs, but no one else seems to have more than one everyday outfit, except Candace) as seen in "One Good Scare Outta do you Some Good" and "Comet Kermillion" (in the former case she's dressing up to go over to Jeremy's house, in the latter on a date with him.)
  • Mad Libs Catchphrase: "Mom! Phineas and Ferb are covering my dialogue!"
    • "Sure, sure they are, Dear."
  • Magic Skirt: Thankfully this is being toned down considering all the crazy stunts she does.
    • In Let’s Bounce, Linda outs Candace as a skort wearer, though this is never actually shown.
  • Not So Above It All: Often gets involved in the boys projects in a friendly way even while she's trying to bust them. "It's a Mud, Mud, Mud World" and "Spa Day" are but two examples out of many. Taken Up to Eleven in "Finding Mary McGuffin" when she actually gives them their project. (To be detectives.)
  • Odd Friendship: Sometimes with Isabella.
  • Official Couple: With Jeremy.
  • Overshadowed by Awesome: When you have a brother and step brother who can basically bend reality to their whims, its bound to happen.
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Candace: Why is it when Phineas and Ferb have an idea, everyone's like "Oh, wow, you guys are really clever!" and when I come up with something everyone's like "What, did you say something, Candace?"

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  • Panty Shot: Rocket spinning part of "Ain't no Kiddie Ride" and in Mommy Can you Hear Me?" when she leaps towards her mom.
    • The ever observant Linda has said that Candace wears a skort, so averted. (So she isn't constantly flashing her brothers and Jeremy.)
  • Pet the Dog: Near literal example to Perry in "No More Bunny Business", after being something of a Jerkass towards him earlier in the episode.
  • Pettanko
  • Princess for a Day: In "Make Play".
  • Relationship Upgrade: At the beginning of the show Jeremy is just "that cute guy," but as the show goes on they start dating, then become exclusive, then refer to themselves as boyfriend and girlfriend (and share their First Kiss) in "Summer Belongs to You."
    • Parodied in "Phineas and Ferb Interrupted", where she claims that she and Jeremy are going steady to Stacy, but she feels no need to inform Jeremy of this.
  • Red-Headed Anti-Heroine
  • Sanity Slippage: It's not gradual and it's not regular like most examples, but it's definitely there. Seriously, this girl needs help. She has a psychological need to bust, it's shown at least twice that she can't go without it. That doesn't smack of good mental health...
    • If it wasn't clear before, the episode "Monster From ID", which takes place largely in Candace's subconsciousness, seals it. Candace's head is one messed up place.
  • Single Woman Seeks Good Man
  • Slapstick Knows No Gender: Receives Amusing Injuries on a regular basis.
  • Squirrels in My Pants: In "Comet Kermillian", Trope Namer.
  • Sympathetic Inspector Antagonist: She certainly thinks of herself as this.
  • Tagalong Teenager: On the occasions where she joins in her brothers' projects (for varying reasons), such as in "Summer Belongs to You!"
  • Throw the Dog a Bone: Several, usually due to the fact that her brothers seem to have no animosity towards her despite her busting attempts.
    • Jeremy basically is this trope embodied for her.
  • Tsundere: Type A with her brothers. She is more deredere with Jeremy.
  • The Unfavorite: Sees are herself as this, although she doesn't moan about it too much, and her parents really do love her.
  • Victorious Childhood Friend: She and Jeremy have known each other since they were 11.
  • Victory Is Boring: In Phineas and Ferb Get Busted.
    • "The Best Lazy Day Ever", where Candace realizes she is so defined by busting her brothers that she breaks down when they aren't doing anything bustworthy. She gets better about this after getting together with Jeremy, though.
  • Vocal Dissonance: Her allergy to wild parsnip causes this.
  • Yank the Dog's Chain: The entire result of her Cosmic Plaything status, victory is always taken away, right under her nose.
  • You Have to Believe Me: Candace is the MASTER of this trope.
  • Zany Scheme: Is prone to these. It's especially noticeable in the Christmas Special, with her attempts to find out what Jeremy wants for Christmas, and "The Baljeetles", where she finds out Stacy likes Coltrane, and immediately begins devising one of these to get them together.


Perry the Platypus

Everything's better with platypus... especially ones like this.

(a.k.a. Agent P)

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"Ctrtrtrtrtr..."
Voiced by: Dee Bradley Baker

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Phineas and Ferb's faithful pet. He's a platypus, and they don't do much... or so the boys think. Secretly, he's actually a highly skilled secret agent for O.W.C.A. (the Organization Without a Cool Acronym), and he usually slips away Once an Episode to deal with whatever crazy scheme his arch nemesis, Dr. Doofenshmirtz, has cooked up.

Tropes exhibited by this character include:
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Phineas: So all this time, we're like "Oh, he's a Platypus. They don't do much." Well, apperantly, THEY DO!!

Perry: (Gives him a pamphlet)

Phineas: (reading) So you just found out your pet's a Secret Agent-- I DON'T WANT YOUR PAMPHLET!!!

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    • Part of it was because Perry didn't stop them from helping Doofenshmirtz with his plan.
      • Well, he did pee on the couch.

Linda Flynn and Lawrence Fletcher

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"Ah, it was those corny history references that made me fall for him in the first place."
Voiced by: Caroline Rhea (Linda), Richard O'Brien (Lawrence)

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Phineas, Ferb, and Candace's parents. Linda is an ordinary suburban mom who somehow remains oblivious to the crazy things Phineas and Ferb does, despite Candace's futile efforts to show her. Lawrence is an eccentric, slightly geeky antiques dealer who sometimes joins in on Phineas and Ferb's hijinks.

Tropes exhibited by this character include:
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Lawrence: I'm awesome, you're not. I'm awesome, you're not.

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  • Hey, It's That Voice!: Lawrence is Riff Raff and Linda is Aunt Hilda.
  • Hot Mom: Linda.
  • I Let You Win: Lawrence to his brother in "My Fair Goalie". Linda convinces him to stop.
  • Let's Get Dangerous: Lawrence of all people in "My Fair Goalie".
  • No Peripheral Vision: Linda. SO MUCH.
  • Nostalgia Filter: Lawrence for Pinhead Pierre. Though he does realize that the Magic Carpet Ride segments are much less exciting than he remembered.
  • Not So Above It All: In "My Fair Goalie", Linda is shown is being annoyed by the sibling rivalry between Lawrence and his brother. At first, it looks like she's just irritated by how utterly inane the contests they have are (such as who can hold their breath the longest and who can wear the most shirts at once), but it's later revealed that she's irritated because Lawrence keeps letting his brother win.
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Linda: Next time, destroy him. Smear the punk. Annihilate him. Make him cry.

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  • Old Shame: Linda's short-lived tenure as pop star Lindana.
    • Or not. She is pleased to see her one hit wonder status brought up nostalgically, is delighted when fans recognize her, and was happy to do the Danville nostalgia show as Lindana (ostensibly to please Candace), even though she will insist when asked that her family is all she needs.
  • Reasonable Authority Figure: Lawrence plays this straight, but, at least within the show's context, Linda is actually an aversion. Yes, she loves her sons as any mother would, but she's absolutely the only authority figure shown who has any problem with the things Phineas and Ferb do. The episode "What Do It Do?" also shows that when the unusual crops up, her ability to go completely bonkers over it can even rival Candace.
  • Weirdness Magnet: Inverted. Linda is possibly the only person in the Tri-State area world who doesn't know about Phineas and Ferb's inventions and adventures.


Dr. Heinz Doofenshmirtz

"I will now destroy this article with my All The Tropes page ruinator!".
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"When it comes to havoc, nobody wreaks like me!"
Voiced by: Dan Povenmire

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A mad scientist and Card-Carrying Villain who seeks to rule the Tri-State Area... usually. Most of his evil schemes actually involve him building an elaborate invention to wreak low-level havoc (like blowing up billboards that are blocking his view of the city skyline), get revenge for a petty slight (like shooting tires at an ice-cream man who ran over his foot), or make amends for some trauma from his comically-bad childhood in Drusselstein (like dumping sand on the house of a bully who used to kick sand in his face when he was a kid), or some combination of the three.

Tropes exhibited by this character include:
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"I'm going to have to do the right thing, aren't I?"

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Major Monogram

Is this how he looks when having his portrait done?
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"Ah, good morning Agent P."
Voiced by: Jeff "Swampy" Marsh

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Perry's immediate superior. It's to him that Perry reports each episode to get a briefing on whatever Dr. Doofenshmirtz is up to. Despite his usually stiff and serious demeanor, it's been shown that he's actually a bit scatterbrained, with his briefings being vague or otherwise unhelpful.

Tropes exhibited by this character include:
  • Adult Child: Several times.
  • Alliterative Name: Only when referred to in his official capacity: Major Monogram.
  • As You Know
  • Characterization Marches On: In early chapters he was far more competent and authoritative.
  • Cloudcuckoolander
  • Creator Cameo: Voiced by Jeff "Swampy" Marsh, one of the creators of the show. He is sometimes used as a variation of Author Avatar, such as being the one to host clip shows and do episode commentaries while remaining in character.
  • Distaff Counterpart: England's spy bureau has a woman of the same age called Inspector Initials.
  • Embarrassing First Name: Francis.
  • Genre Savvy: In the commentary for "The Chronicles of Meap". Not so much Medium Awareness though.
  • Good Counterpart: At this point of the series, to Dr. Heinz Doofenshmirtz.
  • Made of Iron: Joked with in "Summer Belongs to You", when he claims to have nerves of steel, an iron will, and a series of other metallic-related attributes, concluding that he's "basically 35 percent metal".
  • Mission Control
  • Mister Exposition
  • Papa Wolf: Seems to have these tendencies toward Carl. When he believes Carl is in danger in "Undercover Carl", it marks the first and only time he goes into the field himself, with a small army of black choppers and vans in tow, no less.
  • Pointy-Haired Boss: Arguable, but consider this: He refuses to ever give Perry a vacation, even though he only ever pits him against an Ineffectual Sympathetic Villain that any marginally competent crimefighter could've handled easily. And you sometimes get the impression that he haven't bothered to do any research on said villain's activites recently ("Uh...Stop Doofenshmirtz").
    • Heck, one time Heinz actully called in sick to be bothered with their usual routine. Monogram's response while he was sick no less: "How dare he call in sick when everyone already gathered. Screw that, were going on as planned!".
    • Though in his defense, Perry seems to have a good time beating Doofenshmirtz.
  • Sweating Through My Eyes
  • Those Two Guys: With Carl.

Isabella Garcia-Shapiro

Evidently, she and Helga Pataki go to the same clothing boutique.
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"Hi Phineas. What-cha doooin'?"
Voiced by: Alyson Stoner

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A girl who lives across the way from Phineas and Ferb and is a good friend of theirs. Isabella is a multi-talented member of the Fireside Girls with quite a number of accomplishment patches to her name. She has a not-so-secret crush on Phineas, and likes to pop in once an episode to ask Phineas "Watcha doin'?" and offer to help.

Tropes exhibited by this character include:


Baljeet

You can tell he's a nerd because he is studying during summer vacation.
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"I'm running out of underpants!"
Voiced by: Maulik Pancholy

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A shrimpy Bollywood Nerd who's more than a little obsessed with order and studying. He's a friend of Phineas and Ferb who occasionally joins in on their daily activity, or even seeks out their advice. Occasionally, they also seek out his, usually when it comes to things like checking their math.

Tropes exhibited by this character include:

Buford Van Stomm

He's surprisingly a Nice Guy as bullies go.
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"'Wall of meat,' huh? I can do that."
Voiced by: Bobby Gaylor

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While introduced as the dim-witted, thuggish local bully, Buford has some surprising Hidden Depths, and he eventually becomes a member of Phineas and Ferb's circle of friends. He still exercises a slightly twisted sense of humor, and likes to hang out with Baljeet largely (but not entirely) so he has an easy target for bullying handy.

Tropes exhibited by this character include:
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Buford: Here's the velvet rope! I never leave home without my velvet rope.
Phineas: Um, where do you keep that?

Buford: Oh, I'll never tell.

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Django Brown

Kids, Don't Try This At Home! He's a professional and also a cartoon character.
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Voiced by: Alec Holden

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A friend of Phineas and Ferb's. His father is an installation artist, and some of his father's love of the arts seems to have rubbed off on him. Other than that, there's not much to say about him, which is probably why he's not seen much in later episodes.

Tropes exhibited by this character include:
  • Out of Focus: Originally appeared in 2 episodes as one of the boys' friends, now generally absent.
    • He does appear in The Movie. A close look to the big shark's eye Phineas and Ferb built that is used in the fight against Doof-2 reveals he's riding it.
  • Rubber Man: Averted in "Jerk De Soleil", where he claims to able to put his foot behind his head.
  • Tuckerization: Named after Swampy's son.

Irving

This is what you'll become if you love your idols a little too much.
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"Phineas and Ferb rock!! Wooo!!!"
Voiced by: Jack McBrayer

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A nerdy local kid who was introduced in "Hide and Seek" as an obsessive fan of Phineas and Ferb and their ambitious antics. He tags along with their daily projects on occasion in later episodes. When he's not geeking out over Phineas and Ferb, Irving can be seen butting heads with his equally geeky older brother Albert.

Tropes exhibited by this character include:
  • Annoying Younger Sibling: To his brother Albert.
  • Ascended Fanboy: While one could say he was this from his introductory episode, a better case would be made for his going from a largely ignored Tagalong Kid to Phineas gladly accepting his help on a project in "Doof Side of the Moon", and his friends having no problem taking his advice planning Phineas's birthday in "Phineas' Birthday Clip-O-Rama!"
  • Characterization Marches On: While he remains a complete Loony Fan to Phineas and Ferb, his episodes show him steadily becoming less irritating about it, and he eventually goes from a Tagalong Kid to a welcomed member of Phineas and Ferb's inner circle.
    • Adding Albert to the show also gives him something to do other than obsess over Phineas and Ferb, making him a bit more rounded.
  • Crouching Moron, Hidden Badass: It's implied that he defeats numerous Normbots on his own during the final battle in the movie.
  • Hero Worshipper
  • Loony Fan
  • My Friends and Zoidberg
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Phineas: Friends, bullies, Irving...

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  • Non-Action Guy: In his debut, he tries to help the others fight a robot and fails epically.
  • Palantir Ploy: Has a complex network of spy cameras set up all over Danville just to capture Phineas and Ferb's exploits, and he proves it by providing footage for the clip show in "Phineas' Birthday Clip-O-Rama!". Already impressive, but some of this footage is from "Phineas and Ferb get Busted", which means that he somehow managed to set up a spy camera in Candace's dream within Perry's dream.
  • Precocious Crush: In "Moon Farm" he seems to be trying to flirt with Candace and Stacy.
  • Sixth Ranger: It looks like he's going to become one for Phineas and Ferb's group.
  • Tagalong Kid: He acts like this at first. It's toned down a bit after "Atlantis".
  • The Team Wannabe
  • This Loser Is You
  • Warts and All: Gets a brief moment of this towards Phineas in "Hide and Seek", when he finds out that Phineas relies much more on improvization than he thought. He gets over it quickly, though.

The Fireside Girls, Troop 46321

From left to right: Milly, Gretchen, Ginger, Holly, Katie, Adyson
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Gretchen: "Would that be electronically fuel-injected?"
Holly: "It just smells like feet in here!"
Katie: "Excuse me, Phineas. Can I get you to sign some liability waivers?"
Adyson: "Lemmie guess, the Let's Help Phineas and Ferb Patch?
Milly: "Again, forget the idea of little people in there."
Ginger: "Why don't we ever go see what Baljeet is doing?"

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Voiced by: Ariel Winter (Gretchen), Cymphonique Miller (Holly), Isabella Acres (Katie), Madison Pettis (Adyson), Isabella Murad (Milly), Tiffany Espensen (Ginger)

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A group of Isabella's friends from the local Fireside Girls troop. Whenever she helps out with one of Phineas and Ferb's schemes, they often end up getting pulled into the antics too.

Tropes exhibited by this character include:


Jeremy Johnson

The man who keeps the main characters' sister in check.
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"Y'know, Candace, I've had a lot of fun in your backyard, but this is the best time yet."
Voiced by: Mitchell Musso

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A ridiculously nice and easy-going local boy who is the object of Candace's affections. He works at the local fast-food outlet, Mr. Slushy Burger, and plays in a band, "Jeremy and the Incidentals". Later episodes expand on his originally flat characterization, giving him a bit of a snarky side when Candace is freaking out over something or another.

Tropes exhibited by this character include:
  • Alliterative Name
  • Blond Guys Are Evil: Averted hard.
  • Deadpan Snarker: Later episodes have started to develop him into this.
  • He Who Must Not Be Seen: Averted. He was originally going to be an unseen character referenced only in conversations. Mitchell Musso, meanwhile, had been cast as Ferb, but when the creators decided to make him British they wanted to retain Musso's voice, expanding on Jeremy as a result.
  • Heroic Sacrifice/Laser-Guided Amnesia: At the end of the movie.
  • Nice Guy. Very nice, which is lucky for Candace.
  • Official Couple: With Candace.
  • Pretty Boy
  • Running Gag: We never, ever get to hear a Jeremy and the Incidentals song all the way through. We either hear the first few lines only for the action to cut away, or we cut to Jeremy singing just as he's wrapping up.
  • Shallow Love Interest: A few episodes have tried to expand on his characterization, but for the most part, he doesn't seem to have any personality except "ambiguously (or not) likes Candace".
    • Later episodes avert this, giving him more personality. He's incredibly dedicated to his sister Suzy, responds to Candace's antics with some accepting amusement and snarking, and feels hurt whenever Candace thinks he would dislike her for trivial things, as she's wont to do.
  • Throw the Dog a Bone: He embodies this trope for Candace - the boys' invention will have vanished, her mom thinks she's making it up and she just looks like a fool...but then Jeremy will do something nice for her.
  • Victorious Childhood Friend: With Candace, though later than most examples.

Stacy Hirano

The more level-headed best friend.
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"Oh, lighten up, Candy."
Voiced by: Kelly Hu

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Candace's best friend since childhood. Stacy is remarkably more laid-back and unfocused than Candace, and usually tries (with little or no success) to convince her to lighten up over busting Phineas and Ferb, trying to impress Jeremy, or whatever else Candace is worrying about.

Tropes exhibited by this character include:
  • Ascended Extra
  • Ascended Fanon: Is now Ginger's big sister.
  • Asian Airhead: Type Two. Played With because of Candace's own personal manias, which make Stacy the more level-headed one fairly often.
  • Attention Deficit Ooh Shiny: Stacy has problems focusing on catching the boys, particularly when they're doing something she finds cool, like miniature golf.
    • At least some of that is because she doesn't have a personal stake in busting the boys, she's just helping her friend.
  • Butt Monkey: In "Spa Day".
  • Childhood Friends: With Candace.
  • Deadpan Snarker: Towards Candace a lot.
  • Heroic Sacrifice/Laser-Guided Amnesia: At the end of the movie.
  • Name's the Same: Just waiting for her to sing "Hare Hare Yukai."
  • Obfuscating Stupidity: In "Canderemy", Doofenshmirtz's latest creation has Candace and Jeremy (the latter sleeping) joined at the hip after Candace has promised Stacy not to so much as mention Jeremy for the entire day. Candace spends the entire day hiding Jeremy in more and more wildly improbable places so Stacy doesn't catch on and get angry. Eventually, the situation is resolved and Stacy says the following:
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Stacy: By the way, the best part was when you used him as a table.

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Candace: Do you know what they have in France?
Stacy: The pyramids?

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    • And later:
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Candace: Oh, and Stacy, pyramids? Really?
Stacy: Oh, I get it. Those are Belgium, right?

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Clyde and Betty Jo Flynn

Did they fit the Ugly Guy, Hot Wife trope when they were younger?
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Voiced by: Barry Bostwick (Grandpa Clyde) and Caroline Rhea (Betty Jo)

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Linda's parents. They've got a bit of a mischievous streak in them, as seen in their introductory episode "Get that Bigfoot Outta My Face!"

Tropes exhibited by this character include:


Reginald and Winifred Fletcher

It appears that the Fletcher family looks are hereditary.
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Voiced by: Malcolm McDowell (Reginald) and Jane Carr (Winifred)

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Lawrence's thoroughly British parents. Reginald was a bit of a thrill-seeker in his youth, and performed as a stunt motorcyclist known as "The Flying Fishmonger".

Tropes exhibited by this character include:

Suzy Johnson

This is a Face of Evil, which you must conquer.
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"I am, and always will be Jeremy's favorite girl!"
Voiced by: Kari Wahlgren

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Jeremy's little sister. Despite her cutesy demeanor, she's quite manipulative, and fiercely jealous of any girl trying to get Jeremy's attention.

Tropes exhibited by this character include:
  • A Girl And Her X: Parodied with "That's The Norm" in the episode "Ferb TV"
  • Annoying Younger Sibling
  • Beneath the Mask
  • Big Brother Attraction: Creeepy!
  • Creepy Child: Though only Candace and Buford recognize her as one.
  • Deliberately Cute Child
  • Enemy Mine: Sort of, Candace once has to babysit her and the two of them wind up teaming up to try and get Phineas and Ferb to bust themselves.
  • Enfant Terrible
  • Manipulative Bitch: She loves to manipulate people, from Candace to Jeremy to (alongside Candace) Phineas and Ferb.
    • "Suddenly Suzy" seems to indicate that she believes all sisters should be this toward their brothers, given how appalled she acts upon finding out that Candace is not.
  • Obfuscating Stupidity
  • Ping-Pong Naivete: In most of the episodes which feature her, she's frighteningly intelligent, manipulative, and (in a way) mature. Then, in Nerds of a Feather, she gets frightened by an Alien-esque exhibit and seeks a hug from a cuddly costumed character from her favorite cartoon. This could be an attempt to uphold to the the show's proclamation of "no mean characters" by reminding us she's still a child.
  • Punch Clock Villain: When Suzy doesn't have the opportunity to embarrass Candace in front of Jeremy, she's acting civil towards her. She even uses the phrase "I'm off the clock".
  • Yandere: Take that Big Brother Attraction and make it creepy and you have Suzy in a nut shell.

Carl Karl

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"Sorry about that, sir."
Voiced by: Tyler Mann

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Major Monogram's assistant, a nerdy college intern working for O.W.C.A. who occasionally banters back and forth with Monogram while Perry the Platypus is being sent out on a mission.

Tropes exhibited by this character include:

Vanessa Doofenshmirtz

"Yeah, whatever."
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"I so should've gone to summer school."
Voiced by: Olivia Olson

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Dr. Doofenshmirtz's teenage daughter. When she's not being embarrassed by her father's bungling attempts at being evil, she's being embarrassed by his attempts at doting on her. Despite all that, she does love him.

Tropes exhibited by this character include:
  • Action Girl: Just watch "Vanessassary Roughness" where it shows what she's capable of when motivated. Her "I Am" Song "I'm Me" from that episode showcases her in action.
  • Anti-Hero: Type IV.
  • The Cassandra: When she tries to tell her mom that Dr. Doofenshmirtz is evil.
  • Characterization Marches On: After only two episodes of showcasing it, the above-mentioned The Cassandra quality seems to have been dropped from her character, perhaps to serve as a parallel to Candace since those episodes were a reversal of the show's usual formula.
  • Daddy's Little Villain: Doofenshmirtz wants her to be this, but Vanessa doesn't care to be.
    • "Finding Mary McGuffin" does have her do something nasty, though.
    • As does "Summer Belongs To You" where she "rents" a scooter and later holds up Major Monogram and Perry to rescue her father.
  • Darker and Edgier: While not quite Candace's Evil Counterpart, in "Busted", "Finding Mary McGuffin" and "Hail Doofainia", she comes across as this in relation to Candace.
  • Deadpan Snarker: "I should have gone to summer camp!"
  • Freaky Fashion, Mild Mind: She wears a Goth style and has a bit of a sarcastic streak, but she can be quite friendly to others, as shown in "Summer Belongs To You."
  • Goth: People keep referring to her (or more often her look) as a goth, but she refers to her clique as being punks.
  • Hey, It's That Voice!: Oh, Vanessa, why are you so mean?
  • Kick the Dog: As mentioned above, in "Finding Mary McGuffin" when, at near the end of the episode, Candance and Vanessa began fighting over the Mary McGuffin doll. It flies into the hands off a little girl and both look at it for a moment, seeing how much she liked it. Candace decided to let it go, Vanessa just took it.
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Charlene (The Former Mrs.) Doofenshmirtz

She's loaded, ya know. Ka'ching!
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"I kept the name!"
Voiced by: Allison Janney

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Dr. Doofenshmirtz's ex-wife. Not much is known about her, other than she's rich and that she and Heinz get along pretty well, despite some back-and-forth snark.

Tropes exhibited by this character include:
  • Amicably Divorced: She snarks at Heinz occasionally regarding his odd money spending habits and his ineptitude at building things when they were together, but she is genuinely friendly with him most of the time, most evident in her near-constant attempts to get Vanessa to warm up to him.
  • Fiction 500: Constantly implied and explained as the source of money for Doof's antics.
  • Hot Shonen Mom
  • Meganekko
  • Ugly Guy Hot Ex-Wife

Love Händel

Remember when all bands in The Nineties dressed like this?
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Voiced by: Jaret Reddick (Danny), Carlos Alazraqui (Bobby) and Steve Zahn (Swampy)

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A hair metal band from the early nineties, they were a favorite of Linda and Lawrence until the band split up. As an anniversary gift to their parents, Phineas and Ferb spend the episode "Dude, We're Getting the Band Back Together!" trying to convince them to get together for a reunion concert.

Tropes exhibited by this character include:
  • Adults Are Useless: The only adults in the movie to (somewhat) avert this. More so in a deleted scene where Danny gets to take out at least one Normbot... with a simple Offhand Backhand!
  • All Drummers Are Animals: Subverted with Sherman, who went on to become a librarian and is generally pretty chill.
    • To the point where even on future tours he still wears his collared shirt and tie, while the other two are in costume (as seen in Across the 2nd Dimension). He's shown in his classic outfit at the end of "Rollercoaster - the musical!" though.
  • Ambiguously Camp Gay: Bobbi Fabulous, the bassist.
  • ...And Show It to You: Sung about and done so with a Normbot in "Robot Riot"... at least in a deleted scene.
  • Bare Your Midriff: Sherman, when he was still going by Swampy.
  • Estrogen Brigade Bait: They've got quite a little troop of fangirls on deviantArt.
  • Fake Band
  • Heavy Metal Umlaut
  • Hey, It's That Voice!: Jaret Reddick from the band Bowling for Soup as Danny, Carlos Alazraqui as Bobbi and Steve Zahn as Swampy Sherman.
  • Informed Ability: Bobbi Fabulous is supposed to be an incredible hairstylist, but he only seems capable of producing the exact same hairstyle over and over again, regardless of who he's putting it on.
  • It's All About Me: Bobbi Fabulous. The line is even in his "I Am" Song, which of course is titled "Fabulous".
    • Those claiming that Bobbi is an example of this trope solely because of the song seem to be ignoring its context. Bobbi had no interest in rejoining the band because he thought that they didn't need him and that no one else remembered him anyway, since he was only the bassist. The song was actually all Phineas and Ferb's creation in their efforts to convince him that his "style" was as important to the show as the musical prowess of the other members.
  • Noodle Incident: "Albuquerque '93".
  • Offhand Backhand: Danny does this to a Normbot in a deleted scene.
  • The Power of Rock: "Danny's Song" is all about this.
    • Hell, Danny in general is all about this. "It's only my life", indeed.
  • Tuckerization: The band members are all named after and drawn to look like people who work on the show.

Roger Doofenshmirtz

Would you vote for him?
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Voiced by: John O' Hurley

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Dr. Doofenshmirtz's "goody two-shoes brother", and frequent target of Heinz's animosity for being the favored son and generally out-performing him at everything when the two were growing up.

Tropes exhibited by this character include:
  • Abusive Parents: While his mother spoiled him rotten, the fact that his father still named his dog "Only Son" indicates that he had little time or care for Roger either.
    • He most likely got the dog before Roger was born.
  • Always Someone Better: For Heinz.
  • Big Little Brother: He is definitely more mature than Heinz.
  • Kick the Dog: Putting Heinz into the mayor's seat specifically so he'll be a fall guy in "The Beak".
  • Obliviously Evil: In most of Heinz's Freudian Excuses that involve him, Roger doesn't seem to realize what his actions were doing to his brother, with even his younger self's actions in "Make Play" making at least some sense when you consider how much his parents pampered him. In "Magic Carpet Ride", the only time he's part of a Freudian Excuse when he's older than a child, he's genuinely regretful of how his actions hurt Heinz, even if it wasn't completely his fault.
  • Only Sane Man: Of the Doofenshmirtz family, anyway, considering how he was the only one to notice that Heinz only wants a little respect, and acknowledges that he does kinda deserve it.
  • Pet the Dog: He spent 20 years remaking his younger brother's painting that he had accidentally ruined as a kid. Unfortunately, Heinz ruins this one too.
  • Satellite Character: With Heinz. He really doesn't get a lot of characterization on his own, and what he does get tends to change from episode to episode. In "Tree To Get Ready", he's a little self-absorbed, but not overly unpleasant; in "The Beak" and "She's the Mayor", he's considerably more of a dick to Heinz; but in "Magic Carpet Ride", he is genuinely regretful of his part in Heinz's Freudian Excuse Of The Week, and spent the last two decades attempting to make up for it.
  • Small Name, Big Ego: Well, "Doofenshmirtz" isn't a small name at all, but the idea still stands.
  • Jerk With Good Publicity: Though how much of a jerk tends to change from episode to episode. On the one hand he's implied to be part of the reason Danville is such a nice place to live, having done a lot of genuinely good work and helped a lot of people, and his niece Vanessa says she likes him. On the other hand, he's rather full of himself, lazy when he can get away with it, and often quite a jerk to his brother ("And I've already wasted half the morning not caring at all about being on time for our golf game.")... then again, he spent twenty years restoring his brother's painting he accidentally ruined (though, that may have just been because he respected the quality of the work, but he did go to lengths to credit Heinz in his speech), so it's a really mixed bag.

Norm The Giant Robot Man

He's not quite the next Stormtrooper.
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"We're all very impressed with your numbers, sir!"
Voiced by: John Viener, Joel McHale (prototype head)

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A slightly scatterbrained android build by Dr. Doofenshmirtz to destroy Perry the Platypus in the episode "Greece Lightning", based on the Doctor misinterpreting an old film strip about how "the greatest enemy of the platypus is man". Norm eventually started showing up in later episodes helping out Doofenshmirtz with the occasional evil scheme. He has some of the personality attributes of an eerily-cheerful office-worker from The Fifties, with an occasional sarcastic streak.

Tropes exhibited by this character include:
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(big smile) "Now I know I have a heart---because it's breaking!" (Single Tear)

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    • Taken even further in "A Real Boy", when he's shown to have several backup heads meant to show different emotions... and they all have exactly the same expression as his normal head.
    • "Secretly I'm very lonely!"
    • "Space is cold and unforgiving. Just like my father."
    • "Why must I be alone?"
  • Sudden Anatomy: Grows a platypus-sized control station in his torso in "A Traffic Cam Caper", when Perry needs to use him as Powered Armor. Later, this spot is occupied by a squirrel on an exercise wheel, which, based on "A Real Boy", seems to have become a permanent attribute.
  • Transforming Mecha: "Undercover Carl" shows that he can transform into a flatbed truck (though a special license is apparently needed to drive him in this form).


Jenny Brown

She loves world peace, dogs, and pigeons.
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Voiced by: Alyson Stoner

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A hippy-dippy friend of Candace's who shows up on occasion. Word of God has said that she is Django's sister. Like Django, she has suffered from being Out of Focus on the show.

Tropes exhibited by this character include:

Talking Zebra

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Voiced by: Jeff Bennet

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A mysterious talking zebra who tends to show up whenever Candace is hallucinating or dreaming. He seems to think Candace's name is "Kevin".

Tropes exhibited by this character include:

Meap

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Voiced by: Lorenzo Lamas, Jeff Foxworthy (while using the Southern translator mustache), Jeff "Swampy" Marsh (while using the British translator mustache)

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A small, adorable alien who initially crash landed in Phineas and Ferb's yard and was nicknamed "Meap" based on his curious vocalizations. In spite of his appearance he is strong enough to defeat mechanical opponents many times his size and turns out to be an intergalactic security agent in charge of stopping Mitch. It has been shown that he belongs to a species whose language is composed solely of the word "Meap" and can shoot destructive rainbow-colored beams from their mouth.

Tropes exhibited by this character include:

Mitch

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Voiced by: David Mitchell

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An evil alien poacher who cruises the galaxies looking for rare specimens and occasionally tries to take over his home planet. He turns out to be a member of Meap's species inside a mobile suit.

Tropes exhibited by this character include:
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Mitch: Just so we're clear, I am not your father.

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Monty Monogram

The unibrow just works on him.
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Voiced by: Seth Green

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Major Monogram's son who recently graduated from the High School Without A Cool Acronym, and now wants to fight evil like his father.

Tropes exhibited by this character include:

Second Dimension Phineas

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Voiced by: Vincent Martella

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A description of the character goes here.

Tropes exhibited by this character include:


Second Dimension Ferb

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"It's noticeably warmer."
Voiced by: Thomas Sangster, Danny Jacob (singing)[3]

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Second Dimension Candace

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"I'll do whatever it takes to protect the ones I love."
Voiced by: Ashley Tisdale, Dan Povenmire (allergy-affected voice)

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Candace from the second dimension.

Tropes exhibited by this character include:


Second Dimension Isabella

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Voiced by: Alyson Stoner

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A description of the character goes here.

Tropes exhibited by this character include:


Second Dimension Buford

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Voiced by: Bobby Gaylor

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A description of the character goes here.

Tropes exhibited by this character include:


Second Dimension Baljeet

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Voiced by: Maulik Pancholy

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A description of the character goes here.

Tropes exhibited by this character include:


Second Dimension Doofenshmirtz

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Voiced by: Dan Povenmire

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A description of the character goes here.

Tropes exhibited by this character include:


Perry the Platyborg

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"Ctrtrtrtrtr..."
Voiced by: Dee Bradley Baker

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A description of the character goes here.

Tropes exhibited by this character include:


Second Dimension Major Monogram

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Voiced by: Jeff "Swampy" Marsh

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A description of the character goes here.

Tropes exhibited by this character include:


The Firestorm Girls

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Gretchen-2: "I'm on it."
Voiced by: Ariel Winter (Gretchen-2),[4] Cymphonique Miller (Holly-2), Isabella Acres (Katie-2), Madison Pettis (Adyson-2), Isabella Murad (Milly-2), Tiffany Espensen (Ginger-2)

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A squad of resistance fighters that aid Candace-2. Second dimension version of the Fireside Girls.

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Norm Bots

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Voiced by: John Viener

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A description of the character goes here.

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Back to Phineas and Ferb
  1. Not counting "Phineas and Ferb and the Temple of Juatchadoon", as that was an alternate version of him
  2. Even though the "flaw" consisted of a spelling error
  3. His only line in the movie is a line in a song, so he's actually only voiced by his singing voice!
  4. Gretchen-2 is the only one with any actual lines in the movie