Yes! We all know Phineas and Ferb. We all know what it is about, the characters, the plot. So, what can we say that it hasn't been said, when, after 8 years, the show is finally coming to an end?Just one word: Thanks.Phineas and Ferb is definitely the best Disney show of all time, at least since the Disney Channel era. Created by Dan Povenmire and Jeff "Swampy" Marsh, it's not only a clever animated sitcom, with lovely characters, catchy and very professional songs and well- written episodes, but it also has life lessons, important messages, a VERY smart humor, incredible parodies and an enviable character development. Oh, and some rocking guest stars too!It has everything a show needs to leave a good and deep mark in all our hearts. Just two boys, one teenager, a mad doctor and a platypus did all this.Even when this cartoon has a formula, it is also positive, why? Because it allows the scriptwriters to write and concentrate in more important things, like character development, dialogues, jokes, songs, etc.When this show came out, in 2007, most of the shows treated their viewers like idiots. PnF not only didn't do the same thing, but also respected the younger characters and never portrayed them as fools. With this, Dan and Swampy respected the kids and teenagers who watched the series. But hey! Adults were also attracted to this animated show, and the reason is evident: a very good use of old and/or difficult words, awesome parodies and British humor. PnF it is possibly the only show 'for kids' that includes many references to The Rocky Horror Picture Show, and having some of the actors of that movie participating.And still today, after 8 years, more than 200 adventures, a movie, two crossovers and their last goodbye, it is still the best thing you can find on TV. Without a doubt, this show is gonna be in the Disney pantheon forever. An excellent show very appreciated in almost all the world, especially in the English-speaking countries, but sadly hated and forgotten in Latin America, where I live.10 out of 10, and if you are a Phineas and Ferb fan, don't worry: the creators will return in 2017 with "Milo Murphy's Law" their new animated series. Stay tuned!
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