Phineas and Ferb may not be a kids' choice, but Emmy says it's outstanding. Yup, that's right. The Flynn and Fletcher brothers won an award in the 37th Daytime Emmy Awards.
Around a month ago, it was announced that Phineas and Ferb was nominated in four categories:
- Outstanding Writing in Animation: Antoine Guilbaud, Kim Roberson, Bobby Gaylor, and Dan Povenmire
- Outstanding Original Song – Children's and Animation: Come Home, Perry
- Outstanding Achievement in Music Direction and Composition: Danny Jacob
- Outstanding Achievement in Sound Editing – Live Action and Animation: Robert Poole II, Robbi Smith, and Roy Braverman
Last June 27, Phineas and Ferb received one of the 13 awards received by Disney/ABC Television Group. The show won Outstanding Writing in Animation. It competed against Wordgirl, Fetch!, Back at the Barnyard, The Fairly OddParents and The Penguins of Madagascar.
It may not have won the other three, but still, we all know that Danny Jacob's creations and Come Home, Perry are great songs. And of course, Poole, Smith and Braverman are good sound editors. Otherwise, we won't have this wikia for our favorite show, right?
If Phineas and Ferb were real boys, I know they would be very happy to have outstanding words in every episode.
Congratulations to the cast and crew of Phineas and Ferb, especially to Guilbaud, Roberson, Gaylor and Povenmire. We all hope that Phineas and Ferb will win more awards next year, especially Outstanding Animated Program and Outstanding Voice Performance.