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Wed Apr 13, 2011 3:59 am by Roy42


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    Roy42
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    Picture This

    Post by Roy42 on Mon Nov 09, 2009 12:14 pm

    What fun is being able to make a replacement skateboard, when you can just as easily create a machine to retrieve any object from anywhere on Earth, with just a picture as reference? Enter, Phineas and Ferb's latest creation. Meanwhile, who says minorities and obscure subsets of religion aren't given as much respect as anyone else? Certainly not anyone at the Mexican-Jewish Cultural Festival, and Linda is going to show her support. Lastly, are those just really good mimes, or is Doofenshmirtz up to something evil again? Uuuuuhhhh, nope; I'm pretty sure they're just good mimes.

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    TheFraggable74

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    Post by TheFraggable74 on Tue Nov 10, 2009 12:25 am

    This episode was pretty funny in my opinion, it just seemed like it had a lot going for it. Especially the songs, they're so catchy they got stuck in my head immediately. Also, Buford with his teddy bear made me crack up a bit...it's always the bully who's the softest of the bunch. I'd rate this up there with some of my more well-liked episodes.
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    Post by ChimneyVator on Tue Nov 10, 2009 12:36 am

    Is it just me, or is there something about the Mexican-Jewish cultural fest that's just enforcing stereotypes? This episode is easily forgettable, and I didn't like how they re-used the invisible angle- is the animation department having budget cuts? Still, Edgar allen Poe refrences like the ones dropped here are the reason I watch this show- what under-ten-year-old knows about The Raven? They really do care about their older fans!

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    Post by BigNeerav on Tue Nov 10, 2009 1:16 am

    ChimneyVator wrote:Is it just me, or is there something about the Mexican-Jewish cultural fest that's just enforcing stereotypes? This episode is easily forgettable, and I didn't like how they re-used the invisible angle- is the animation department having budget cuts? Still, Edgar allen Poe refrences like the ones dropped here are the reason I watch this show- what under-ten-year-old knows about The Raven? They really do care about their older fans!
    I found the Mexican-Jewish thing a bit strange. I remember watching the clips on "A Day With Phineas and Ferb", and they went through the part of Perry being trapped in an invisible box, when they were working on that episode. I did like the Edgar Allen Poe reference, since I am fan of his poetry, especailly "The Raven".
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    Post by eeemeee on Tue Nov 10, 2009 2:43 am

    Heh, I thought the Mexican-Jewish cultural fair was funny... I mean, a Mexican cultural fair, yeah, a Jewish cultural fair, sure... but the two of them together? Hmm? Razz

    I never really noticed the similarities between Doofy's posture and a mantis before. xD And Baljeet's "There Is No Candy In Me" was brilliant.

    And I liked seeing Ferb's grandparents again... they crack me up.
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    Post by PaFfanatic on Tue Nov 10, 2009 5:39 am

    I thought this episode was good. The Mexican-Jewish fair was... odd, to say the least, like eeemeee said, having one or the other is common, but a *sings* Mexican-Jewish Cultural Festival together? The real highlight for me, though, was Baljeet. He was hilarious, from his Uncle Maulik to the little rap piece at the end (I am just a little boy, there is no candy in me!), he just cracked me up!

    Also, as a sidenote, I didn't realize there was an EAP reference until now. (Wow, am I oblivious or what?)

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    Post by agentpfan on Fri Nov 13, 2009 1:07 am

    I agree, the Mexican-Jewish fair was total genius! Espicially combining dredles with maraccas! Ha! I also noticed the Poe reference, also great.

    And Perry's cleverness was amazing, having the picture on hand to use in the machine!

    Buford as a giant fly was... Interesting.
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    Post by Dr. Doofenshmirtz on Mon Nov 23, 2009 4:57 am

    The Mexican-Jewish Cultural Festival was genius. Every single bad kids show has racist stereotypes. This was a great satire on that. OY-LAY! Very Happy Also, I'm actually Jewish. Also, the Raven joke was cute.
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    Post by DjangoKatie on Fri Dec 25, 2009 11:54 pm

    The best part in this episode for me: That ending song. How you turned Candace complaining "Butbutbutbutbut" into "There's no candy in me" for Baljeet's rap is pure genius. Don't forget Buford's own ending line!! 88%

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