Phineas and Ferb/Radar
- The show's gotten multiple drug references past censors:
- "Crack That Whip" had Doofenshmirtz ostensibly hung over.
Doofenshmirtz: Will you cool it with the noise, Perry the Platypus? I've got a splitting headache! I was at this evil mixer until late last night, it was crazy...
- And in "The Lake Nose Monster", Doof acts suspiciously like a stoner, pigging out on chicken wings and rambling about stuff like genies and the word "quadrant".
- Then there was "The Ballad of Badbeard," where Candace spent most of the episode out of her mind on hallucinogenic moss. Actually, it was the placebo effect.
- Doofenshmirtz's discussion of the De-Evolution-Inator in "Phineas and Ferb's Hawaiian Vacation, Part 2", complete with stoner-like voice:
- Phineas slowly growing more and more panicked when he's forced not to invent things in "Bully Bromance Breakup" is played out suspiciously like a drug addict being withdrawn. He even has a "relapse" in the end.
- Vanessa is almost a cottage industry of this trope. The only thing she's missing is a jingle that goes "Doofenshmirtz jailbait daughter!"
- Vanessa snuck past the radar quite a lot of stuff in the episode Vanessassary Roughness:
- In the beginning of that episode, while Dr. Doofenshmirtz and Vanessa are in traffic, another driver makes a suggestive comment at Vanessa, prompting the Dr. to exclaim: "She's sixteen!" and takes immediate corrective action.
- In her song in that episode, "I'm Me" Vanessa describes herself as "a hot apple pie/With a cherry on top". Now apple pie usually comes with ice cream, not cherries so just what kind of "cherry" are you talking about Vanessa? Especially since a previous line has her calling herself a "cherry bomb" which, among other things, is a slang term for jailbait. Plus the major hip action she's got going.
- Now I hope it's just me, but in this context, my first association with "hot apple pie" is American Pie...
- Most people don't, but if you pay attention to Ferb, he is quite clearly checking out Vanessa's rear end in some shots of that song (you can see it in the image above). On other shots, he appears to be looking at his guitar, which might have duped the execs...
- In some shots, he appears to be trying to look at her while she sings, but there's a major height difference.
- In the scene when Vanessa's in danger of being mowed down by a lawnmower, Ferb winds up straddling her on an escalator, whipping out a variety of tools. To stop the lawnmower bearing down on the prostrate Vanessa, he then lassos a giant Swiss Army knife display - and uses a giant screwdriver to dismantle the machine head-on.
- In the stinger during the credits, Vanessa even comments that Ferb knows how to show a girl a good time.
- In "Hail Doofania!" where Candace and Vanessa switch clothes makes fun of both how flat-chested Candace is and how overly curvy Vanessa is. Vanessa not only fills out Candace's outfit way better, but Candace is running around with a ton of rumpled extra fabric near her chest.
- Vanessa standing with her knees pressed together after Ferb flies off in his spaceship in "The Chronicles of Meap." Isn't that a reference to a woman being turned on?
- The gold standard of Vanessa getting crap against the radar? in "We're Getting The Band Back Together", pay attention to where Vanessa holds her hands to emphasize that she's not a little girl anymore. Even Perry the Platypus notices.
- How many boyfriends has V.D. had? (And of course her initials are purely arbitrary, of course.)
- Vanessa snuck past the radar quite a lot of stuff in the episode Vanessassary Roughness:
- Swampy from Love Handel has his left ear pierced. And we all know what that means...
- But for some reason, Bobbi doesn't.
- In "Toy to the World" we get this exchange:
Toy Store Owner: Candace, come on out.
- Also, at the beginning of the episode, during the commercial advertising "Shimmy Jimmy", the monkey, the lyrics go:
"You better watch what he's throwin'!" [Shimmy Jimmy on a baseball mound, with a ball; he throws it]
- In "Get That Bigfoot Outta My Face", one of the lines in the Bigfoot song goes "He carries a big stick so he can whomp ya..."
- Phineas and Ferb featured a song called "Gitchi-Gitchi-Goo". Part of its lyrics are "Bow-Chicka-Bow-Wow" - For those who don't know what I'm getting at: "Bow-chicka-wow-wow" is commonly known as the verbalization of typical 70s porn music.
- Doesn't help that the rest of the song sounds like said music as well. Just take a listen to the lyrics...
- Linda (during her previous career as Lindana) had a belt that said "TOY."
- In "The Magnificient Few", Isabella explains how easy it is to get your Cow Milking badge. Complete with matching hand movements.
Isabella: All you do is squeeze and pull and squeeze and pull and squeeze and pull and squeeze and pull and...
- The time machine in "It's About Time" was built by a man named Xavier Onassis.
- Speaking of "It's About Time" ... let's just say the fangirls had a field-day with this.
Doofenshmirtz: If you take me back I promise to HURT YOU IN THE RIGHT WAY.
- In the song "Danny's Story" Danny and the boys are going through different styles of music. They come across one with a very colorful and rainbow style background.
Phineas: So, what's this?
- In one episode, Phineas and Ferb create a cartoon loosely based on their daily lives, with Phineas and friends becoming superheroes/villains. Isabella becomes The Rainbow, who wears a pink costume and rides over rainbows on a unicorn, and Buford decides to become Belch-Man; when asked about what hero he wants to become, Baljeet responds "Isabella took mine..."
- Not to mention Bobbi Fabulous, whose song in the episode "Dude We're Getting the Band Back Together" is so very, very gay it's a wonder that it got past all those people who think SpongeBob SquarePants is gay. By the way, the title? Fabulous.
- Not to mention the NAME of the band, "Love Handel". As in, the extra fat around a person's waist, held onto while "making love?" Yeah.
- In "The Ballad of Badbeard," Phineas' grandfather tells the kids, "Left is right, and right is wrong." He's talking about moss, but in real life that saying comes from homosexuals' practice of wearing an earring on their right ear to indicate their orientation. As if to drive the point home, Baljeet dons an earring on his right ear when he and the other kids dress as pirates a couple scenes later.
- In the episode Greece Lightning, one of Candace's first lines is: "At least there's hunky guys in skirts".
- In Bowl-R-Ama Drama, when the gyroscope is turned off in the giant bowling ball, red balls fly around the cockpit, and for a few scenes, Candace has one in her mouth like a ball gag.
- The suggestive Squirrels In My Pants.
- As with "Busted" and "Gitchie Gitchie Goo" the extended version kicks things up a notch
- "There's something in my trousers, you know it ain't ants."
- "It ain't about love, it ain't about romance, I've got squirrels in my pants!"
- The "How can I qualify for government grants" line- and several others- have a rather disturbing meaning in this context.
- Baljeet appears to be enjoying what he's looking at in this shot.
- In 'Does This Duckbill Make Me Look Fat?' Major Monogram tells Carl to 'lift the seat when you're done' off-screen, then the seat he's sitting in slowly rises.
- "And I am NOT using the banana this time!!" Phineas' reaction makes it priceless, though.
- Huge Hands Hans ran off with Doof's girlfriend, never mind his terrible shadow puppets? To elaborate, and to put it into perspective, Doof is telling yet another backstory about losing his then-girlfriend to a man who was much larger than Doof (his hands were, anyway), but whose performance (at shadow puppetry) was far worse. Clearly, Doof's then-girlfriend thought that size was more important than skill. This parallels the issue men think they face if they have small penises.
- And, while there was probably the implication that it had something to do with arm-wrestling, there's a patron in Out To Launch's Shooting Star Milkshake Bar that has one puny arm... and one with a fair amount of muscle on it. Use your imagination.
- Yet another song features the line "shake your asteroid".
- The Show Within a Show Morty Williams has a special "My Children Are Bad and I Want To Blame Others" in Phineas & Ferb Get Busted. It mocks parents who blame the media for their children's bad behaviour, despite it actually being due to their lack of control over their children and their children's actions. Most notably, it affects the MPAA and video games.
- The camp building they go to looks a bit like a modern version of Auschwitz, and the flag, from far off, look like the Japanese flags.
- From Phineas and Ferb Get Busted:
- In the song "Destroyed Dreams", Baljeet says "My forefathers and their forefathers." However, for that second batch of forefathers, there are in fact four fathers. Meaning that if he actually said "My forefathers and their four fathers", at least one of those forefathers has more than one dad.
- Candace watching Jeremy with binoculars (from five feet away) was in her own little world for a moment:
Candace: Oh, yeah, Jeremy. Nobody makes a corndog like you.
- During the "Queen of Mars" song you can see two Martians looking up the skirt of one of the statues of Candace.
- In the episode where Candace becomes a fashion model, there's a point in time when she fantasizes about how her life as someone rich and famous would play out. At one point, she flashes the camera a set of four magazines. The 'Vogue' magazine has been renamed "Vague." But all you can see is the vag part.
- In "Put That Putter Away", they were able to show dog feces uncensored. Normally on childrens' television, fecal matter cannot be shown whatsoever unless it's bird feces.
- "The Flying Fishmonger", is not only the Grandpa Reg's daredevil name and the name of an episode, "fishmonger" is also a Shakespearean term for a pimp.
- In "Run Away, Runway," the French fashion designer exclaims "Mon Dieu," which is French for "my God." That's not typically considered to be strong language, but it is in a show that usually uses "Oh my gosh."
- In the episode "Boyfriend from 20,000 BC", Candace is at a party with a caveman that she believes is Jeremy. She, of course, wants to talk to him, but all he wants to do is eat the food. When she's standing in his way, he grabs her around the waist with his hand. Her reaction? She giggles, blushes, and says "Oh, Jeremy, you're so primitive!"
- "The Lake Nose Monster": Phineas shows Candace a book of photos of the legendary Lake Nose Monster. Candace calls most of them driftwood, except for one, where she says, nervously, "You aren't old enough to know what that is."
- In "Don't Even Blink," Doof says, "Look at you, you're just a bottom!" And a bit later: "Look at me, I'm just a top."
- In "Backyard Aquarium," while Doof and Perry were fighting using a bratwurst and an hotdog respectively, Doof tells Perry: "Your hotdog is no match for my bratwurst!"
- Lots of fangirls went wild at this scene in "Perry Lays an Egg":
Doofensmirtz: Thwart me, Perry the Platypus!
- The ending of the episode "Gaming the System". During this episode, Candace is preparing for her date with Jeremy when she is sucked into a video game that the boys made. Not only does she spend almost the entire episode in a towel, but near the end, Dr. Doofenschmirtz new invention, the 'ballgowninator', which puts a ballgown on everything it blasts comes to good use. When Candace loudly yells "Jeremy could be here any minute! What am I gonna do!?" the ray hits all the children present, and an indifferent Ferb replies "Apparently, do what we did." But the real kicker comes at the end when Jeremy shows up and this little exchange takes place...
Jeremy: Candace! Wow, you look beautiful.
- The situation in which she was ballgowninated (Perry's ball gown falling onto her while wearing the aforementioned towel) implies that she was wearing either the towel or nothing underneath the dress to the cotillion. And I'm sure everyone knows how unusual it would look to wear a towel underneath a ballgown.
- And once she discovers her hairdryer works in the game:
Candace: They should call this jump, duck, and blow!
- At one point, we get a close-up shot of her adjusting her towel around her chest.
- Elsewhere in the episode, she hops on a giant eyeball and bounces upward through the level - still wearing nothing but the towel, meaning that the eyeball must have had a pretty good view...
- It would have, if it had been looking up when she sat on it. Instead, onscreen it's only looking at the 4th wall. But on a different note, there was an underwater level with Candace swimming forward, wearing only that towel, with Phineas and Ferb following some way behind...
- Carl does the "pussy whipped" sound effect ("rrowr, wh-pshh!") towards Major Monogram in "Chez Platypus" when MM complains that he's going to be in trouble with his wife if he can't figure out somewhere special to take her for dinner.
- And this line from The Chronicles of Meap: More than Meaps The Eye:
Candace: Get away from him... Mitch!
- It's seemingly a parody of the scene in Aliens where Ripley takes aim at the alien queen with her flamethrower (Candace has a similar-looking G-rated weapon) and utters a similar line.
- Also in Chronicles of Meap, while standing on the side of the road, Buford and Baljeet get all their clothes blown off. While agreeing to never speak of the incident again, Baljeet glances down at Buford's crotch.
- In the "Let's Take A Quiz" episode...
Phineas: This is our high-speed round that we call the "Quizzed Off" round!
- In the episode "Swiss Family Phineas", during Doofenshmirtz's explanation of how he wants to start a chain of "Institutes of Evilology", there is the smoking skeleton of an infant on the table of one of his students.
- "That Sinking Feeling": When Baljeet sees Mishti (his best friend from India) after many years, he notices that she has developed into a girl. The camera pans up Mishti's body, and Baljeet's stunned reaction is accompanied by heavy breathing and a "BOING!" sound effect. You know, for kids!
- In addition, there's a scene where Candace gets attacked by seagulls while trying to bust her brothers. Her mother hears the birds over the phone and says, "Candace, if you're feeding the geese again, I hope you're not wearing a tube top." Did they just reference accidental flashing on a kids' show? Yes, yes they did.
- "The Bully Code", Candace comments on Jeremy's work attire; "Look at his cute little wiener... hat".
- In the episode "Just Passing Through", Linda mentions that she is wearing her "lucky underwear" while wriggling her eyebrows at Lawrence.
- In "Undercover Carl", there's a montage of Carl in different disguises, including a Shout-Out to the Village People...including Carl in Glenn Hughes's famous outfit and a couple of dresses.
- In Robot Rodeo, the rodeo gets flooded in fog, leading to this:
Phineas: Yee-haw! Ride 'em, cowboy!
- Isabella's dance that goes with the song "Izzy's Got The Frizzies" seems a little less than wholesome. The part (0:09 in the video) where she spreads her legs and rolls her head is particularly bad, but there are also quite a few moments that come dangerously close to panty shots. As if that wasn't bad enough, the animators seem to have made her legs longer than usual for this scene, and her skirt shorter.
- During the "Bouncing Around the World" song, Buford and Baljeet almost do a Spaghetti Kiss.
- Something that got past the radar during the promos for this episode but was later apparently censored for the actual broadcast was a very quick little shot in the Bollywood-style music video for "Rubber Bands" that was shown to promote "Summer Belongs To You", with some of the dancing girls running across the screen in barely their bikinis. They were later given pants like the rest of the girls for the official episode release. Odd, considering that the same dancers had a cameo in Carpe Diem (Roller coaster the musical) without the censorship.
- "Summer Belongs to You" again. Specifically, during Isabella's song (In the City of Love), there's a shot where Isabella has her and Phineas' portrait painted. The artist turns the painting to the screen, revealing that Phineas has been staring intently at a windmill in the background. Isabella turns around and Phineas is still staring at the windmill... which happens to be attached to France's most famous strip club.
- In "Nerds of a Feather" when Jeremy is talking to Stacy on the phone and she mentions Candace, look at where Jeremy's hand goes.
- In "Nerds of a Feather" Clive Addison says "That was hands down the best special effects show ever, and I've been at Burning Man!"
- This gem from "We Call It Maze" after Buford eats all the jellybeans in the "How Many Jellybeans Are In This Jar?" room, enters 0 and the door opens:
Baljeet: Okay, technically you are correct, but you did not show your work.
- Immediately followed up by a Rimshot, too!
- In "Meet Max Modem", Doof has THIS amazing line:
"Mustn't forget to open the roof! A little something we learned from the Diarrheainator debacle, right Perry the Platypus?"
- In Wizard of Odd, Candace seemed way too pleased that Jeremy got turned into a tree , and even ran her fingers seductively in front of his face. Later, when Jeremy becomes a "real boy" when his tree costume is unzipped, Candace's eyes move straight to his crotch when it's revealed that he's only in underwear under the costume. Her eyes remain firmly glued on him, a pleased smile on her face, as he runs off screen in embarrassment. And this is explicitly something Candace is dreaming about.
- In the episode "Wizard of Odd", on multiple occasions, they show a bear -- makes sense, right? It is a The Wizard of Oz parody, after all. However, this bear happens to be sitting behind a tree, reading a newspaper. In The Stinger, he says "Yes, Yes I do." Wow. If you don't get it, the bear is referring to the classic rhetorical question, 'Does a bear shit in the woods?'
- Minor blink-and-you'll-miss-it one from "The Secret of Success": While explaining the workings and specifications of their all-terrain vehicle, one of Isabella's positions looks suspiciously familiar...
- There was also a not-so-subtle one from "The Doof Side of the Moon":
Doofenshmirtz: It's a space helmet. I got a bunch of them used; they still smell like astronaut... I think that's what it is.
- From "Split Personality:"
How did they get the shot of Phineas' nose smeared with sticky brown gunk on Disney channel?
Busting-obsessed Candace: Mom! Phineas and Ferb made me!
- In "Rollercoaster: The Musical", when Doofenshmirtz decides to go into his backstory, he rips off his clothes and sings the first half of the number in a skimpy red crop-top and tight leather pants. And he thrusts his hips a lot.
- In another song from the same episode, during a quick montage of Candace's power trip fantasies, there's one that's really dark. Candace and her brothers are in an old village dressed like pilgrims, the boys are bound, and she's holding a torch. In other words, Candace daydreams about burning her brothers at the stake in Salem Village. In the same song, Candace fantasizes about herself being butter, to be spread over her brothers as toast.
- The dancing in Isabella's song "What'cha Doin'". She and 4 Fireside Girls (Katie, Milly, Gretchen, and Holly) are all quite visibly humping the air. While she's singing about her catchphrase and her affections towards Phineas. Her stalker-crush gets slightly cuter and creepier every episode.
- Also, this lyric sung by Phineas in the Rollercoaster song, complete with sly smirk: "Scream if you want more!" Sure, they were on a rollercoaster, but still.
- Near the end of this video, taken from the previews for "Rollercoaster: The Musical." And, unlike the dancers in the "Summer Belongs To You" ads, this shot REMAINS in the episode.
- Not only is there the look on Ferb's face, but Phineas seems to hit his head on the. . . arches.
- The episode "Candace Gets Busted" gives us this:
Ferb: (Referring to the party in the living room) "When we get our own place, it'll be like this every day."
- And there's the implications of an "Intimate Get Together"...
- In the same episode, When Linda first suspects Candace is having a party, she tells Lawrence (who is wearing a self-invented "shower hat") that they have to go home right now and miss their trip. He actually asks "Would you like to pull my chain?" effectively making this a "pussy whipped" joke. And yes, she DOES pull it. Not to mention he says it with a lower voice than usual.
- Not to mention that, at one point, the party-- I mean, intimate get-together is transported inside Doofenshmirtz's pants. Granted, It Makes Sense in Context, but still...
- In "Cheer Up, Candace", there's a song about a Meet and Greet. One of the lines mentions "Meeting people off the street, so...be sure your underwear is clean!". That one wasn't even subtle.
- In "The Chronicles of Meap", in reference to Mitch's mocking of Ferb, we get this little gem:
Phineas: He totally nailed you, Ferb!
- And again in "Not Phineas and Ferb":
Buford: Yeah, but I totally nailed Ferb.
- In "Atlantis", when explaining his latest scheme involving plants, he says "Why use [insert list of things] when there's all these shipless do-nothing plants?".
- In "Run Candace Run", the building agent mispronounces Doofenshmirtz's name and it sounds like douche. There is no way this is unintentional.
- During the wheelbarrow race at Jeremy's picnic, Candace is standing while holding Jeremy's legs, and who's also on his hands. She asks him if he wouldn't mind being the legs, meaning switching their places. Sure she's worried about her super-fast shoes acting crazy, but she seems to be forgetting the fact that she's wearing a short skirt...
- In "The Great Indoors" Jeremy's "What I like about You" song has "propagation of the species" in the lyrics. they basically got away with making a sex reference in a song where the boyfriend is trying to talk about what he likes about his girlfriend.
"Scientific propogation of the species."
- Speaking of that episode, in the end : When Jeremy is about to tell Candace what he likes about her, it gets cut by a soccer match. Overlaps with Bilingual Bonus if you pay attention to the words the announcer says just after Jeremy's dialog: Viene le pega, gol! which can get translate to He comes! He hits it! goal!
- During "Canderemy", Doofenshmirtz manages to combine himself with Norm and a fridge. And then we get this:
Norm: (opens fridge) Would you like a nice, frosty beverage?
- Due to the Combine-inator, Candace and Jeremy are literally attached at the hip.
- In "Phineas' Birthday Clip-o-Rama" there's a clip of Isabella paying homage to Allen Ginsberg's Howl.
- In "The Belly of the Beast", Perry enters his lair by going under a woman's dress. I kid you not. The lady even reacted fairly appropriately.
- "Lunar Taste Sensation" sounds like a reference to getting high. Plus Baljeet could hear the disembodied space reggae voice.
- In "Ask a Foolish Question," Phineas and Ferb make a supercomputer that can answer any question. Buford asks what size pants he wears. It's Baljeet who confirms that the computer's answer is correct.
- During the episode involving the flying carpet, there's a blink-and-you'll-miss-it sight gag with the name of one of the stores: "Ell No." Just add a specific letter there at the beginning.
- In "Mommy Can You Hear Me?" Stacy says "I am such an enabler" after she caves and agrees to help Candace bust her brothers. "Enabler" usually means someone who helps a drug addict or alcoholic continue their addiction.
- In the same episode, Stacy gets a text Message from candace and is suprised that the Spellcheck didn't catch something in the message.
- Also in this episode, at the end you see a fetus with Ferb's head saying,"Happy Birthday", to that Russian guy. And then he says how they are "Such nice boys".
- In the episode "Tour De Ferb" the boys' mom Linda spend the last 2 minutes of the episode in a towel, Fan Service much?.
- In My Fair Goalie Baljeet is subjected to a Groin Attack-- which may or may not qualify, in and of itself-- but the camera follows the soccer ball's path.
- "I'm thinking of some very unlady like things like right now!"
- Then there's part of Doofenshmirtz's pre-(recorded) rant dialogue, which seems vaguely dirty-- especially out of context:
Doof: If I were a hot tub, people would be getting out of me. They'd be like 'Wow, Heinz Doofenshmirtz is way too hot, we should get out of him.'
- A rather subtle one, but "Magic Carpet Ride" has an old man and a considerably younger looking woman on a date (with romantic hand holding and gazing) in the background of the Chinese restaurant Candace and Stacy are in. Considering how American kid's animation usually avoids portraying such romances because of Moral Guardian objections, you gotta hand it to the P&F crew.
- Even worse, at the very last second before the camera cuts away from them, and this is easy to miss if you're not looking, but the man's eye shape changes into hearts.
- In "Skiddley Whiffers" Candace at one point yells "Here comes the BIIIIG FINISH!" followed by "Ohhh that feels good!"
- Also in "Skiddley Whiffers" Candace drags her mother away from washing the dishes. Is that a plate Linda's holding and rubbing with a towel? Why no, no it isn't. It's a human skull.
- Isabella's several second appearance in "Bullseye". Well, see for yourself.
- In "That's The Spirit", Doof turns into a 'were-cow', complete with a rather unsettling and undulating set of udders.
- In "Lotsa Latkes', it's shown that the boys have a list of "s" word that kids don't normally use. You know where I'm going with this.
- In "Ferb Latin" when Linda is "relaxing" in the sound-proof chamber in the basement we see that there a red towel-thing on a chair, which could imply that she's naked, and to top it off we find out Lawrence is in there with her! Hmm...
- And when Candace calls, Linda answers "Just give me 15 minutes..."
- From Excaliferb:
Bufarvulous: Are you gonna eat your cucumber?
- The way Perry smacks his tail against the ground in the version of "Perry the Platypus" that's in Phineas and Ferb and the Temple of Juatchadoon is pretty awkwardly sexual.
- Forget the platypus, what about the line of showgirls singing backup and swinging their hips?
- In Gi-Ants:
Candace: I must have pressed that button like 10 times, and all it did was squirt sticky stuff on me.
- When Phineas was talking about the pheromones, he said not to add too much because he didn't want the ants "getting too friendly".
- In the episode "Monster from the Id", the boys, Candace, and Baljeet have all travelled into Candace's subconcious. Shortly after entering, they hear a roar in the distance that Baljeet says is Candace's Id, the embodiment of "her deepest most primal urges" and that it is "very primitive and agressive". All this wouldn't be so bad, if they weren't for the fact that they were in the "Jeremy mountain" region of Candace's mind at the time, and Baljeet specifically says "We do not want to meet it in here".
- From the same episode, we get this scene. In-universe, it was just because Norm happened to be in the wrong place at the wrong time, but whether or not the writers intended for it is up to you:
Norm: (Holding a large bowl of stew.) Who wants lobster bisque?
- Doof pretty much embodies this trope in this episode, since he spends literally the entirety of it in his underwear.
- In "Remains of a Platypus", we get this little charm from Doofenshmirtz. Keep in mind he's only wearing underwear, and talking about Perry.
Doofenshmirtz: Ugh. It's so hard to get good help these days, even when you ride them like a bicycle.
- And in the same episode at one point, Perry is shaving Doof as his butler. He jumps down to his lower half and Doof gets a shocked look on his face....then it backs up to show he's shaving Doof's legs. Wow.
- And as if his role in "Monster from the Id" wasn't enough, Doof take his underwear-clad role in this episode, if possible, even further. Not only does he actually say "It's gonna get hot in here!" while stripping himself, but he actually hosts a party, and, at one points, begins hip thrusting while in nothing but his undergarments. Dang...
- Carl likes to dress up as a squirrel and goes to squirrel-con, talking about people's "baleful looks of judgement". Sound like anything we know?
- This example really depends on whether you consider DVD bonus features canon or not. In the episode "Minor Monogram", we learn that Major Monogram has a son, Monty. According to his father, he just graduated from high school, making his age logically 17-18. Now, according to the "Letters to Santa" bonus feature on the Christmas DVD, it mentions indirectly that Major Monogram and his wife have been married only twelve years...oh...
- From Bully Bromance Breakup:
Buford: (Pulls the GPS off Baljeet's overalls, which promptly fall down. Everyone stares.)
Baljeet: I can put up with noogies, wedgies, wet willies, and even the fact that apparently stuck a tracking device on or inside my person...
- How about the fact that Isabella scaled the mountain wearing her normal outfit, and as the second person in the link? (For reference, it goes from top to bottom: Baljeet, Isabella, Ferb, Phineas). At least Ferb was keeping his eyes on his unable-to-look-up stepbrother...
- In the very last shot of "Meapless in Seattle" before the credits, most people were too focused on Doof's face smooshed against the glass to notice that they got away with showing Peter and Perry on what is obviously a date. No, really.
- Buford: I'm a bear in the woods, what do you think I'm doin'?
- Phineas: Ooh! I know!
- In the same episode, Buford ate a live fish.
- From "Let's Bounce" comes this gem...
- From Minor Monogram, after getting off the phone with her now ex-boyfriend Johnny, she calls him "such a dip". Doesn't help that the "p" is much harder to hear...
- "The Doonkelberry Imperative". No comments yet on the shape that Drusselstein is in? Not to mention the shaft that powers it. (Less dirty in context I swear!)
Phineas and Ferb: Christmas Vacation
- In the Christmas Special, Doof's Naughty-inator shoots "Naughty Nectar." It's white.
- At the end of the Christmas special, everyone's unwrapping their gifts to a song sung by Mitchell Musso. At one point, Phineas and Ferb are sitting behind two dodgeballs wrapped up together and a long, rounded-cylinder-shaped box containing a snowboard. The dodgeballs and the snowboard are close enough together to look like a...well, you can infer what it looked like.
- An even better stealth example from the Christmas special. After Perry spends most of the episode tied up in a string of lights with a partridge sitting on his bill, he gives Doofenshmirtz the same treatment. Without drawing too much attention to the matter, he does go out of his way to point out how Perry is giving him the bird.
- Again from the Christmas special is near the beginning, when Ferb shows Phineas plans for turning Danville into a giant Thank You message to Santa, Ferb shows Phineas plans for something and Phineas reels back in disgust, yelling, "Oh, ugh, man, no, that's not at all what I was thinking! Oh, dude!" and Ferb turns the plans right-side-up and Phineas says, "Oh. Yeah. That's it!"
- Also, this bit of dialogue:
Baljeet: All I want is one sweet, special Christmas kiss under the mistletoe.
- Another instance in the Christmas special is after Major Monogram hangs up on Perry, Carl turns the camera on his own rear end, and Major Monogram, while dancing, says: "Carl, don't film your butt, film mine! It's a party!" It doesn't help that Carl actually does it.
Phineas and Ferb The Movie: Across the second dimension in Fabulous 2D
- This line from the song "Robot Riot":
"Cause your sister is a fridge,
- Since her light is always on, that means her door is always open, which means they're calling her/it a slut.
- Another one from that song- it's easy to miss due to the fast pacing, but one of the many descriptions of robot destruction is "rip out your CPU and show it to you still processing." That's pretty much the android equivalent of ripping out someone's heart and showing them the still-beating organ. Danny, of Lovehandel, literally does this to a robot in a deleted sequence... and it's awesome.
- Also in the "intimations about your family" category, earlier lyrics include: "Cause you're momma was a blender and your dad was just a washing machine"... as in low-class, menial laborers. Props for the distracting disguise: most of the audience during that line in the song would be more content with enjoying one of the bots getting smashed over the head with an actual washing machine.
- The scene in Phineas and Ferb: Across the 2nd Dimension (the movie) where : Perry, Phineas, Ferb, Candace, and Doofenshmirtz were all chained together (in that order) and hanging on the Goozim cage because there's lava underneath them. Doof is close to getting an upskirt shot of Candace.
- Another scene from the movie is when Heinz talks about meeting his counterpart, 2nd Dimension Monogram says this: "He will want to meet you then, he's into that freaky stuff."
- Some of the lyrics of "Kick It Up A Notch" are a bit suggestive, especially "If you're looking for fun, baby we're a shoo-in/But we're a little young to be doing what we're doing!"
- "Robot Riot" has some rather disturbing imagery with its lyrics. Sure, it's robots, but still. One of the lines being "We're gonna kick some robot chassis."
- Perry using a hologram of Monogram in the shower to escape Doof-2.
- After the Goozim goes to the next dimension, it sheds all its fur, and what's left of the Goozim... looks like a certain feminine hygiene product.
All The Tropes: Aren't you boys a little young to understand these jokes?
- "Save your own asses"
- "got wood" (erection) for those insufficiently perverted/slow on the uptake.