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Well, it's been a few days ever since Phineas and Ferb aired their series finale Last Day of Summer. I'd say it was a pretty decent ending to the series, and I enjoyed it. I thought I was going to cry, but nah, I didn't. Well, I felt like crying during the Curtain Call/Time Spent Together song.
P&F has always been my favorite animated show, tying with The Fairly OddParents. Even though FOP has been on TV longer than P&F, it doesn't have that storytelling magic like P&F, even with fairies. P&F is about two stepbrothers that make the most of every summer day by creating awesome creations, while their bratty sister stops at nothing to bust the boys to their mother. Meanwhile, their pet platypus sets out everyday to foil the evil Dr. Heinz Doofenshmirtz (who happens to be my favorite character by the way) and his plans to take over the Tri-State Area. FOP (or at least its recent episodes) follow a simple plot. Timmy wishes for something, it goes wrong (or puts Timmy in danger of losing in fairies), he unwishes the wish. I enjoy that series too, but like I said earlier, it doesn't have that magic that Dan Povenmire and Jeff "Swampy" Marsh put into their beloved show.
P&F is not without its flaws, but I have loved the series ever since I watched my first episode on Disney XD, which was The Chronicles of Meap. I have felt bad for missing many of the Season 4 episodes (hopefully they will put it on Netflix soon so I can catch up), but when I got the news that P&F would air its final episode on June 12, I was there to see it. And I am happy. I want to thank the staff of P&F for creating a very enjoyable series. It has made me feel more positive and creative. The show may have ended (that is, until the standalone special The O.W.C.A. Files airs in the fall, which I will definetly be there to see), but its legacy will live with me forever. I also want to wish the staff good luck in the future, and to never stop being creative. God bless.
- The GTA Nerd (talk) 20:37, June 15, 2015 (UTC)