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Phineas: "What do you think the scariest thing was, Ferb?"
Ferb: "Definitely the giant floating baby head."
Phineas: "Yeah.....yeah, where did that come from?"
-On the baby head.[source]
The inexplicable Giant Floating Baby Head is a mysterious being that appears very randomly. While he/she tends to appear in some of Phineas and Ferb's Big Ideas, both Phineas and Ferb are clueless as to where he/she comes from.
In Victorian times, an identical baby head entered the Best Monster Contest. It is not known if the baby head has been around for hundreds of years, or that was just a lookalike ("The Monster of Phineas-n-Ferbenstein").
The giant floating baby head first showed up when Phineas and Ferb tried to help Isabella get rid of her hiccups by building a haunted house in the backyard. After Candace went through the haunted house to find her brothers, she complained about how outrageous the house was and asked why the giant floating baby head was even there. The baby head cried after Candace told him/her to be quiet. He/she was also in the haunted house's elevator when Candace was going to use it and was abruptly told to leave the elevator. At the end of the day, Phineas and Ferb relaxed in the tree and thought about what the scariest thing they did was, and Ferb stated that it was the Giant Floating Baby Head. They both suddenly wonder where it came from anyway ("One Good Scare Ought to Do It!").
The baby head showed up again as one of the supplies being delivered to the Flynn-Fletcher house when Phineas and Ferb build the monster truck arena in their backyard to help Candace learn how to parallel park although it was not in the arena or in/on the monster truck. ("It's a Mud, Mud, Mud, Mud World").
He/she was also behind Candace's window as Candace was talking to Stacy about her text message to Jeremy. The baby was being carried by a lever for unknown purposes ("At the Car Wash").
He/she was among the various people in Phineas and Ferb building. Before the building's completion, Phineas mentioned putting something next to a giant gorilla head, which is most likely a reference to this ("The Doof Side of the Moon").
Numerous giant floating baby heads of various sizes appeared in the 4th Dimension during "Brand New Reality". (Phineas and Ferb The Movie: Across the 2nd Dimension)
Then, the baby head, appeared as an implement for constructing the tower. ("Escape from Phineas Tower")
- The giant baby head came, according to Dan Povenmire, "one board panel drawn by Mike Diederich and one of our directors, Rob Hughes thought it was hilarious and made a whole bit about it. Now it shows up all the time."
- A mechanical giant baby head appeared in "Put That Putter Away".
- The baby head is seen in the Phineas and Ferb video game.
- In the song "Technology vs. Nature" during the line "when a child cries out in the night, it's rarely for the washing machine" an identical baby with a different hair color is shown.
- As of "Misperceived Monotreme" and all its subsequent appearances, the baby head's eyes are more oval shaped rather than the circle shaped eyes seen in previous appearances.
- The Giant Floating Baby head appears in the Camp version of the online game Summerizer, behind the mountains when you combine Perry and Agent E.
- Someone had a baby head costume for Halloween in "That's the Spirit".
- In "Monster from the Id", he/she appeared in the song "Deep Into Your Mind", as the fact, that Candace is afraid of the baby.
- In "Fly On the Wall", Candace was briefly transformed into the Giant Floating Baby Head after she was accidentally transformed into a fly.
|"It's a Mud, Mud, Mud, Mud World"||Appeared as a thing for constructing the mud race and when Buck Buckerson took the mud track.|
|"The Monster of Phineas-n-Ferbenstein"||Appeared in the Best Monster Contest, possibly as a contestant.|
|"One Good Scare Ought to Do It!"||Appeared in the Haunted House. Candace commented that it made no sense being there, and later shooed it at of an elevator. At the end, Phineas asked Ferb what he thought the scariest thing was. Ferb decided on the Giant Floating Baby Head, and Phineas realizes that he didn't know how it got in the Haunted House.|
|"Out of Toon"||Appeared, wheeled by on a dolly, when constructing the Phineas & Ferb Studios.|
|"Chez Platypus"||Appeared while floating to Chez Platypus, and Buford lets him in, to annoy Candace.|
|"At the Car Wash"||Appeared, while carried by a crane, in Candace's window while constructing the car wash.|
|"The Bully Code"||When Major Monogram shows some security photos of Doofenshmirtz Evil Incorporated from early in the morning, the Giant Floating Baby Head appeared with Dr. Bloodpudding. Then Dr. D's cast has a message from him.|
|"Phineas and Ferb Hawaiian Vacation"||Appeared running from door to door while Phineas and Ferb follow the Aqua Primates in the hotel.|
|"Wizard of Odd"||Appeared three times. First while Candace was dreaming in the start. Second as a globe in Bustopolis. And third in Candace back to reality in the end.|
|"The Doof Side of the Moon"||He was floating behind some rails while Phineas and Ferb finished Albert's tour of the Biggest Tower.|
|"We Call it Maze"||When Candace pulled the rope through two ways of the Maze, it floating through the two ways, somehow connected to the rope.|
|"Rollercoaster: The Musical!"||Appeared as part of the second rollercoaster and in the grand finale of "Carpe Diem".|
|"Misperceived Monotreme"||Appeared in the Funhouse in a checker-themed room where Ferb is using a bathtub as his bed.|
|Phineas and Ferb The Movie: Across the 2nd Dimension||When the 1st Dimension Gang is traveling through dimensions to escape some Norm Bots and return to their dimension, in a lot of different sizes, in the 8th Dimension. This could explain where it comes from.|
|"That's the Spirit"||A kid trick-or-treating as the Giant Floating Baby Head walked by a while behind Isabella as she told Phineas about her costume.|
|"Escape from Phineas Tower"||A construction Worker pushed the Giant Floating Baby Head on a trolley past a sleeping Candace to the Un-escapable Tower.|
|"Monster from the Id"||Appears in the song "Deep Into Your Mind" looking at Candace, also at the end of the episode, where Buford stays in Candace's mind it is seen floating around.|
|"Mom's in the House"||The Perrytronic transformed into it during its test run.|
|"Sleepwalk Surprise"||Appears in Doofenshmirtz's dream.|
|"Ferb TV"||It appears along with Klimpaloon in a show called "The Klimpaloon and Giant Floating Baby Head Hour".|
|"Fly On the Wall"||Candace transforms into it.|
|"Happy Birthday, Isabella"||Phineas and Ferb carry it to Isabella's backyard.|
|"Phineas and Ferb: Mission Marvel"||During "My Evil Buddies and Me", the baby head passes by MODOK.|
|"Thanks But No Thanks"||Appears in the song "Pyramid Sports"|
|"Troy Story"||It appears on during Perry's use of the "Rabbit Hole Entrance"|
|"Terrifying Tri-State Trilogy of Terror"||Has a central role in "Night of the Giant Floating Baby Head". In the segment, Doofenshmirtz mentions there is also a Giant Floating Rest of the Baby, but has yet to be seen.|
|"The Klimpaloon Ultimatum"||Is seen floating backstage at the Tristies.|
|"Phineas and Ferb: Star Wars"||The Centennial Chihuahua briefly takes on this form before changing into a donut truck.|
|"Night of the Living Pharmacists"||Appears in the panic crowd and later appear as a Giant Pharmacist Head.|
|"Toy to You and Me" (Spot the Diff)||Appeared replacing a Shimmy Jimmy toy for a few seconds.|
|Phineas and Ferb (video game)||Appears in a bonus game.|
|"Take Two with Phineas and Ferb: Neil Patrick Harris"||Neil Patrick Harris uses his magic make Ferb disappear, and when he tries to make him reappear again a few times, one time he makes the Giant Floating Baby head appear, but he soon proceeds to make it disappear.|
|Doofenshmirtz's Daily Dirt||It appears on Doofenshmirtz's screen when he mentions he enjoys "pop music that slants towards infants".|