A later shot has Ferb looking away from the camera to stare at her, so it's definitely not just an unfortunate camera angle. On multiple occasions in 'The Wizard Of Odd', 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. If you don't get it, the bear is referring to the classic rhetorical question, 'Does a bear shit in the woods? While she's singing about her catchphrase and her affections towards Phineas.
Her stalker-crush gets slightly cuter and creepier every episode. Near the end of this video, taken from the previews for "Rollercoaster: Not only is there the look on Ferb's face , but Phineas seems to hit his head on the The Musical", during the song "Roller Coaster" Phineas and Ferb look at the camera, with half-closed eyes, one eyebrow raised each, while Phineas sings, "Scream if you want more!
He actually asks "Would you like to yank my chain? And yes, she DOES pull it. Not to mention he says it with a lower voice than usual. She rattles off each photo: However, the sign for the event of busting them says "The Big Bust". Need we say more? In "Candace Gets Busted", Candace's party gets transported to Doofenshmirtz's pants, making a literal "There's a party in my pants" joke. Even weirder was the party got zapped by the 'inator' that sends somebody to a place they wouldn't want to go.
So apparently nobody would want to end up in Doof's pants. In "The Wizard of Odd" Buford tells Candace that even if she doesn't join Phineas and Ferb she should still put on waterproof underpants. Near the end of Candace's dream, Jeremy strips down to his underwear. Her dream has Fanservice. Candace spends the entire episode wearing nothing but a towel. There is no way this is unintentional.
They basically got away with making a sex reference in a song where a teenaged boyfriend is trying to talk about what he likes about his teenaged girlfriend. 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!
During "Canderemy," Doofenshmirtz manages to combine himself with Norm and a fridge. And then we get this: Also from "Canderemy," Candace and Jeremy are literally joined at the hip. Plus Baljeet could hear the disembodied space reggae voice. During the episode "Magic Carpet Ride", there's a blink-and-you'll-miss-it sight gag with the name of one of the stores: Is that a plate Linda's holding and rubbing with a towel? Why no, no it isn't. It's a human skull. They own an antique store.
One has to wonder why she's cleaning it with the towel she uses for the dishes, though. In "Remains of a Platypus", we get this little charm from Doofenshmirtz. Keep in mind he's only wearing underwear, and talking about Perry. 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 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? And this exchange from the episode "Buford Confidential": Buford, what are you doing? The forest is filled with patch-crazed Europeans and I'm a bear in the woods. What do you think I'm doing? Am I on speaker phone?
Get me off speaker phone! In Ferb Latin, we discover that Lawrence is inside Linda's sensory-deprivation chamber along with her. It's a small, narrow box with a door. Apparently, they're in there a lot In "Bully Bromance Breakup": In "Quietest Day Ever": No, I don't want your baby.
Also, there's the diagram of an acorn that Baljeet is pointing at during the ''Be a Squirrel'' song. You know, the one that talks about nut-eating tips and the "creamy filling" contained inside the nut. In "Minor Monogram" Vanessa has this exchange with Rodrigo: Join me, Vanessa, and together we will take over the world. I'll let you get a tattoo. I think boots should come in pairs, like people.
I don't work for him. That's my father, you dweeb. Well, yeah, I just thought we had a moment. What a dip, right? When Vanessa says "dip" it sounds very similar to another word a girl would call a guy being a jerk.
In the episode "When Worlds Collide" Candace stays up past When she first walks into her parents' bedroom, it is not seen what they are doing, but Candace is seen looking at them with an overly shocked face and asks them, expressing great disgust "Mom! What are you guys doing!? Now, we can't possibly argue that the directors of that scene knew what they were doing there. It's impossible for that to have been on accident, so we know that they did that on purpose.
In "Norm Unleashed," Norm actually deploys a nuclear weapon against Danville! Granted, Perry stops him, but it's still kind of shocking for a Disney cartoon.
Season 4 In the winter-themed episode "For Your Ice Only", Ginger and Stacy argue over whose turn it is for use of the computer, Ginger tells her older sister that she'll "open a can of whipped cream on [her].
Or however that goes. During "Happy New Year", we have Stacy and Jeremy both claming that Candace is having "relapses" with her busting habits.
In that same story, Isabella tells Phineas about how a New Year's tradition of kissing someone at midnight. Phineas says, in a suggestive sort of way, "I know what we're doing tonight This might not sound too bad on its own, but keep in mind that scene was played for laughs. The Waggle Dance in "Bee Story" has an awful lot of butt shaking and some mildly suggestive lyrics, including a close up of Gretchen doing the dance.
In "Happy Birthday, Isabella", Baljeet says he hopes Isabella's birthday cake doesn't have a male dancer popping out of it. Buford responds with "They asked, but they couldn't afford me. Monty and Vanessa sittin' in a tree You mean there's more? A scene in "Druselsteinoween" has Buford tell Irving that his "drawbridge" is down. The drawbridge is even positioned in front of the area! In the same episode, Lawrence is wearing a gorilla suit and Linda is wearing a nurse uniform.
Something that looks suspiciously like the beginning of a sexual roleplaying game immediately ensues. Lawrence makes gorilla sounds and pounds his chest Linda: Peter the Panda in a hot tub with two bikini-clad ladies. In the final tale of the "Terrifying Tri-State Trilogy of Terror" Halloween special, Isabella is dancing the twerk a la Miley Cyrus without the foam finger and wild gyrations.
And Isabella is very clearly checking out Phineas' backside. In "Just Our Luck" after Candace gets hit with a good luck ray and gets her hair perfect in one brush, Candace says she finally got her PHD perfect hair day. Lawrence overhears and mentions his PHD.
Candace explains she wasn't talking about a degree and Lawrence says he wasn't either. We find out shortly after that he meant pillow hurling dexterity , but PHD can also stand for pretty huge dick. In "Imperfect Storm", while singing the line "It's a straight-up bust", Candace is gesturing with her arms right around her chest area.