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A few Phineas and Ferb-related updates from the very awesome Disney fan news site Stitch Kingdom from the Toy Fair in New York City. Not many, but some interesting ones. Basic Fun has Koosh balls of Phineas, Ferb, and Agent P. Disney already sells a knockoff Koosh ball in the shape of Agent P, but these ones are the genuine article, and there's a noticeable difference. Hasbro also has a number of Disney board games, which include a Phineas and Ferb version of Sorry! as well as a Disney Trivial Pursuit "For All" game, which mixes general trivia which you would find in a common Trivial Pursuit game with Disney trivia and what appear to be Newlywed Game style how-well-do-I-know-my-partner questions with a Disney twist (for example: "Who would I want as my personal assistant: Dory, Phineas, or Pongo?"). Note that Phineas and Ferb themselves are prominently featured on the packaging and gameboard alongside Mickey Mouse, Jack Sparrow, Snow White, Lightning McQueen, and Cinderella's Castle- besides being a good representation of the overall "worlds of Disney" (classic cartoons, live-action movies, animated movies, Pixar, theme parks, and TV), it truly seems to show that Disney really does see them as their next headline characters. The site's owner says they also saw what JAKKS Pacific had to offer, but so far hasn't shown off anything from them except this announcement for their own licensed board games, which includes a "Phineas and Ferb 104 Days of Summer" game, which (not surprisingly) appears to involve activities in the gameplay- after all, Phineas and Ferb wouldn't just sit around even in a board game, now would they? If more info comes out from the Toy Fair grounds, I'll be sure to let you know.
Also, for you Netflix subscribers out there, episodes of Phineas and Ferb- along with many other ABC, Disney Channel, and ABC Family shows- are now available for instant viewing, as part of Disney/ABC Television's deal with Netflix.