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Posted: Thu Oct 20, 2011 8:22 pm
by Paulie J. Waddle
New episode this Friday! I don't know much about it, except it's another 15-minute block. *sigh* I don't know anybody who even watched Fish Hooks anyway... :(

Posted: Thu Oct 20, 2011 8:28 pm
by King Delbert
Paulie J. Waddle wrote:New episode this Friday! I don't know much about it, except it's another 15-minute block. *sigh* I don't know anybody who even watched Fish Hooks anyway... :(


Actually, I do watch Fish Hooks. I don't watch it as much as I do Phineas and Ferb or any classic animation, but it's a good show for what it is.

Posted: Thu Oct 20, 2011 8:29 pm
by Paulie J. Waddle
King Delbert wrote:Actually, I do watch Fish Hooks. I don't watch it as much as I do Phineas and Ferb or any classic animation, but it's a good show for what it is.


Well...'spose I do then!

Posted: Thu Oct 20, 2011 8:41 pm
by mobo85
Wow. I don't know how long it's been since I've posted here, but I found this thread and felt it necessary to contribute.

Although I can see this is a tiny group of Phineas and Ferb fans, it's always nice to see more. I watched the show on and off since it debuted but I didn't really get "into" it until the Christmas special aired in December of 2009. Since then, I've kind of become the unofficial Phineas and Ferb news guy over at the P&F Wiki, as well as co-editing their Twitter and Facebook pages. The people there are kind of rambunctious, but they seem to appreciate what I contribute. My "position" as it were and love of the show has led to, besides a lot of horrible drawings and a fan fiction or two, me attending two separate events promoting Across the 2nd Dimension in New York City- one of which allowed me to meet Dan Povenmire, Swampy Marsh, Alyson Stoner, and Dee Bradley Baker alongside the Phineas, Ferb, and Agent P theme park characters- being a guest on a podcast devoted to the show and the telefilm, and becoming internet pals with writer and storyboard artist Aliki Grafft, which led to an interview I am very proud of. I've kind of made a good number of online friends through the show.

Although the show hasn't caught wildfire as, say, My Little Pony has, it's very nice to see that it's doing well and has for the most part become a ratings winner for Disney, grabbing a good portion of the audience when a new episode airs not only in its target demographics but adults as well. And since Disney has set a date for the feature film, we can only assume they continue to have high hopes for it.

In conclusion, aren't I a little old to be babbling like this? Yes. Yes I am.

Posted: Thu Oct 20, 2011 9:58 pm
by King Delbert
mobo85 wrote:Wow. I don't know how long it's been since I've posted here, but I found this thread and felt it necessary to contribute.

Although I can see this is a tiny group of Phineas and Ferb fans, it's always nice to see more. I watched the show on and off since it debuted but I didn't really get "into" it until the Christmas special aired in December of 2009. Since then, I've kind of become the unofficial Phineas and Ferb news guy over at the P&F Wiki, as well as co-editing their Twitter and Facebook pages. The people there are kind of rambunctious, but they seem to appreciate what I contribute. My "position" as it were and love of the show has led to, besides a lot of horrible drawings and a fan fiction or two, me attending two separate events promoting Across the 2nd Dimension in New York City- one of which allowed me to meet Dan Povenmire, Swampy Marsh, Alyson Stoner, and Dee Bradley Baker alongside the Phineas, Ferb, and Agent P theme park characters- being a guest on a podcast devoted to the show and the telefilm, and becoming internet pals with writer and storyboard artist Aliki Grafft, which led to an interview I am very proud of. I've kind of made a good number of online friends through the show.

Although the show hasn't caught wildfire as, say, My Little Pony has, it's very nice to see that it's doing well and has for the most part become a ratings winner for Disney, grabbing a good portion of the audience when a new episode airs not only in its target demographics but adults as well. And since Disney has set a date for the feature film, we can only assume they continue to have high hopes for it.

In conclusion, aren't I a little old to be babbling like this? Yes. Yes I am.


Only read the first part of the interview. Good enough for me. Grew up watching Looney Tunes and Popeye and Disney stuff. Got an internship at Hanna-Barbera. That's all I wanna know;) She gets its!!!!

EDIT: I now read the whole thing. Very interesting!!!!!!!!!

Posted: Thu Oct 20, 2011 10:19 pm
by Paulie J. Waddle
mobo85 wrote:Wow. I don't know how long it's been since I've posted here, but I found this thread and felt it necessary to contribute.

Although I can see this is a tiny group of Phineas and Ferb fans, it's always nice to see more. I watched the show on and off since it debuted but I didn't really get "into" it until the Christmas special aired in December of 2009. Since then, I've kind of become the unofficial Phineas and Ferb news guy over at the P&F Wiki, as well as co-editing their Twitter and Facebook pages. The people there are kind of rambunctious, but they seem to appreciate what I contribute. My "position" as it were and love of the show has led to, besides a lot of horrible drawings and a fan fiction or two, me attending two separate events promoting Across the 2nd Dimension in New York City- one of which allowed me to meet Dan Povenmire, Swampy Marsh, Alyson Stoner, and Dee Bradley Baker alongside the Phineas, Ferb, and Agent P theme park characters- being a guest on a podcast devoted to the show and the telefilm, and becoming internet pals with writer and storyboard artist Aliki Grafft, which led to an interview I am very proud of. I've kind of made a good number of online friends through the show.

Although the show hasn't caught wildfire as, say, My Little Pony has, it's very nice to see that it's doing well and has for the most part become a ratings winner for Disney, grabbing a good portion of the audience when a new episode airs not only in its target demographics but adults as well. And since Disney has set a date for the feature film, we can only assume they continue to have high hopes for it.

In conclusion, aren't I a little old to be babbling like this? Yes. Yes I am.


That's awesome! Feel free to visit GAC again any time!

Posted: Sat Oct 22, 2011 7:46 pm
by Glowworm
Paulie J. Waddle wrote:New episode this Friday! I don't know much about it, except it's another 15-minute block. *sigh* I don't know anybody who even watched Fish Hooks anyway... :(

It was actually rather disappointing IMO. THe ending seemed rather confusing--and did not have an epic battle against the nefarious tower as I had hoped.

However, Isabella and friends playing pranks on a sleeping Candace was hysterical--including the old "placing one's hand in a bowl of warm water." :D

I also liked the outcome of Doof's subplot involving his brother--although I sort of could guess what was really going on.

Posted: Sat Oct 29, 2011 6:38 pm
by Paulie J. Waddle
Well, since the forum is closing, I just wanted to thank all of you who shared my interest in this fantastic show. We will meet again!

Posted: Sat Oct 29, 2011 7:46 pm
by Zartok-35
It's been a pleasure, Paulie.

Posted: Sat Oct 29, 2011 7:54 pm
by Paulie J. Waddle
Zartok-35 wrote:It's been a pleasure, Paulie.


Ah, I knew I wasn't the only one on this site that liked it. Thank you, Zartok.