Διαφορά μεταξύ των αναθεωρήσεων του «Φινέας και Φερμπ»

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Οι δημιουργοί της σειράς Dan Povenmire και Jeff "Swampy" Marsh δούλεψαν μαζί στο παρελθόν στην εταιρεία Fox επάνω στην διάσημη σειρά κινουμένων σχεδίων The Simpsons και στην σειρά του τηλεοπτικού δικτύου Nickelodeon Rockos Modern Life. Οι δημιουργοί της σειράς επίσης δανείζουν την φωνή τους σε δυο κυρίως χαρακτήρες τον Ταγματάρχη Μονόγραμμο και τον Δρ. Ντουφένσμιρτς. Η έμπνευση για τον Φινέα και τον Φερμπ προήρθε τυχαία αφότου ο ένας από τους δημιουργούς ζωγράφισε ένα τριγωνοκέφαλο αγόρι-το πρωτότυπο σκίτσο για τον Φινέα (τον πρωταγωνιστή της σειράς) επάνω σε μια χαρτοπετσέτα, σε ενός εστιατορίου. Ο Povenmire και ο Marsh ανέπτυξαν την γενική ιδέα για την σειρά μαζί και παρουσίασαν την σειρά σε πολλά τηλεοπτικά δίκτυα για να μπορέσουν να την προβάλλουν στην τηλεόραση. Ωστόσο τους πήρε συνολικά 16 ολόκληρα χρόνια, μέχρι η σειρά να πάρει το πράσινο φως από το Disney Channel.
 
==Plot==
[[File:Downtown Mobile 2008 01.jpg|thumb|right|250px|Povenmire drew inspiration for the show from his boyhood in [[Mobile, Alabama]].<ref name="OSP"/>]]
The show follows the adventures of stepbrothers [[Phineas Flynn]] ([[Vincent Martella]]) and [[Ferb Fletcher]] ([[Thomas Sangster]]), who live in the fictional town of Danville, in the [[Tri-State area]]. Their older sister, [[Candace Flynn]] ([[Ashley Tisdale]]), has two obsessions: "[[tattle|busting]]" Phineas and Ferb's schemes and ideas, and winning the attention of a boy named Jeremy ([[Mitchel Musso]]).<ref name="AM2"/> Meanwhile, the boys' pet [[platypus]], [[Perry the Platypus|Perry]], acts as a secret agent for an all-animal government organization<ref name="TCC">{{cite episode|title=Traffic Cam Caper|series=Arif and Ferb|season= 1|credits=Writers: Kim Roberson, Marc Ceccarelli|date= 2008-07-12|network=Disney Channel}}</ref><ref name="OL">{{cite episode|title=Out to Launch|series=Phineas and Ferb|season= 1|credits=Writers: Kim Roberson, Piero Piluso, Ken Osborne|date=2008-12-05|network=Disney Channel}}</ref> called the O.W.C.A. ("Organization Without a Cool Acronym"), fighting [[Dr. Heinz Doofenshmirtz]].<ref name="ex">{{cite web| title=Disney's Phineas and Ferb do it all|work=The Examiner|author=Ciborowski, Marc|date=2009-06-18}}</ref>
 
Much of the series' humor relies on [[running gag]]s used in almost every episode, with slight variation.<ref name="wired">{{cite web|url=http://archive.wired.com/geekdad/2008/07/phineas-and-fer/|title=Phineas and Ferb: Kid Inventors and a Secret Agent Platypus|work=Wired|date=2008-07-09|author=Blum, Matt}}</ref> Most episodes follow a pattern:
* Some incident gives Phineas an idea for a project, and he announces, "Ferb, I know what we're gonna do today!"
* Meanwhile Perry slips away, using one of many hidden tunnels, to a secret underground base. Phineas (or occasionally another character) remarks, "Hey, where's Perry?"
* Major Monogram briefs Perry (whom he calls "Agent P") on his mission; this sometimes amounts to nothing more than "Doctor Doofenshmirtz is up to something; find out what it is, and stop it!"
* Candace sees what the boys are doing, and resolves to tell Mom.
* Perry breaks into the skyscraper office of Doofenschmirtz Evil Inc. (complete with its own easy listening jingle). Doofenschmirtz traps Perry and explains his current evil plan. Perry escapes the trap and they battle.
* Phineas and Ferb complete their project.
* Mom gets home and Candace thinks that, at last, Mom will see what the boys have been up to and believe her. But just as Mom is about to step into the back yard, all evidence vanishes, usually as a side effect of Doofenschmirtz's device.<ref name="ex"/><ref name="wired"/>
* Doofenschmirtz, foiled again, cries out, "Curse you Perry the Platypus!"
 
Other running gags:
* An adult asks Phineas if he is rather young to be performing some complex activities; he responds, "Yes, yes I am." This is often parodied.
* Doofenshmirtz's names for his contraptions all have the same suffix, "-inator", as in Shrinkinator, Giant Dog Biscuit-inator, "Eradicate Rodney's -Inator", etc.<ref name="AM1"/> Eventually he starts calling them "inators" as a generic term.
* Doofenshmirtz has a daughter, Vanessa, who generally finds his work boring, but sometimes tries to prove to her mother that he is evil. Like Candace, she always fails.
* Ferb rarely speaks more than once in an episode.
* Isabella, who has a crush on Phineas, comes into the backyard and asks, "Whatcha doin'?" in a distinctive singsong tone. (In "Suddenly Suzy", after both Suzy and Candace speak that line, Isabella grumbles, "Do I even need to be here?")
 
Aspects of the show's humor are aimed at adults,<ref name="411 news"/> including its frequent pop-cultural references.<ref name="NYT"/> Co-creator Dan Povenmire, who had previously worked on ''[[Family Guy]]'', sought to create a less raunchy show that would make similar use of comic timing, [[Meta-joke|metahumor]], humorous blank stares, [[wordplay]] and breaking the [[Fourth wall]].<ref name="AM3"/> Povenmire describes the show as a combination of ''[[Family Guy]]'' and ''[[SpongeBob SquarePants]]''.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.buddytv.com/articles/phineas-and-ferb/family-guy-helped-inspire-phin-16407.aspx|title='Family Guy' Helped Inspire 'Phineas and Ferb'|date=2008-02-08|author=Santiago, Rosario|work=[[BuddyTV]]|accessdate=2009-08-26}}</ref> Jeff "Swampy" Marsh, the other co-creator, said the show was not created ''just'' for kids; he simply did not exclude them as an audience.<ref name="411 news"/>
 
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