Sunday, October 31, 2010

Tradition is upheld

Last Halloween, I approached all you bloggers and users out there, asking you about the trick-or-treating holiday what began with a historic event of people going around to people's houses and collecting food, as they were unable to afford it themselves. I guess this year isn't that much different. However, I will point out another Phineas and Ferb episode that would be considered as another Halloween-like episode - "The Monster of Phineas-N-Ferbenstein". According to a story told by Grandpa Fletcher, one of Ferb's Victorian ancestors helps a mad scientist named Phineastein create a Platypus monster. Many elements from the present day are incorporated even back then, so one has to wonder what screwed everything over and why the show's top pairings are not related in the present time. Meh, it was just a story anyways, so who knows if it actually happened back then. Perhaps it was just a means to show off this television show's elements and running gags in past lives as well.

So, can I ask again what you users are doing this Halloween? Tradition is upheld for me, so I'm gonna attempt to do what I did last year. Man, wishing the year away is such a drag...

Thursday, October 14, 2010

The Missing Episodes

With the remaining Season 2 episodes having scheduled air dates on Disney Channel and Disney XD, it seems that only 36 out of 39 ordered episodes have been revealed. Three are missing (236, 237, and 238). With no new episodes set to air on Disney Channel next month and the remaining episodes (Split Personality/Brain Drain and Wizard of Odd) airing on Disney XD next month, that leaves us with three unnamed and unrevealed episodes, assuming that Season 3 begins next year. Until anything else is further revealed, I will be referring to these episodes as "the lost episodes".

Thank you, come again.

Wednesday, October 13, 2010

Division of Labor

Evidently, on iTunes, the Phineas and Ferb episodes have now been divided up into volumes, with 13 episodes apiece. This apparently means that the later volumes are being mistaken as season numbers, which is not cool because in actuality, there have been only three seasons of Phineas and Ferb so far. Now, unless I could go in and clean it up after fully downloading some of these (because "Cliptastic Countdown" is finally available, I should mention), I don't wanna ask what this world is coming to, but... what is this world coming to? I must set things right.

Sunday, October 10, 2010

Triple Dates

10-10-10... What's the significance of these "triple dates", I wonder? Are they such momentous occasions? True, these kinds of dates come round once in a hundred years or so, but apart from that, they don't seem to mean anything. What special thing happens? Not special release dates or anything, that's for certain. The triple date three years ago, 07-07-07, was hoped to be the release date of the seventh Harry Potter book, but it wasn't meant to be. So what's the significance of these "triple dates"? And what's the significance of this blog entry anyway?

Meh, guess I was just bored...

Saturday, October 2, 2010

A-maze-ing! Phineas and Ferb new episodes are back on!

It appears that Disney Channel is spicing up and airing new Phineas and Ferb episodes once again! Sure, they may be episodes we've heard of and possibly seen in different languages, but they're new over here in America. Also, it seems that Disney Channel is back to airing new episodes first, something Disney XD held the honors of since its debut back in February 2009. It's taken two years so far for Phineas and Ferb to run through Season 2 and unless production was slow or delayed, it's kind of unclear as to why this was. Today's featured character on my blog is cute, little Melissa, a Fireside Girl in training and it is presumed that she is named for Dan Povenmire's other daughter, as Isabella is named for his oldest daughter. Hey, it makes sense for me!

The most recently aired episodes on Disney Channel included "We Call It Maze", in which Phineas and Ferb built their own backyard maze to create a challenge for themselves (and in some cases, to improve Candace's roller skating for her date with Jeremy), and "Ladies and Gentlemen, Meet Max Modem", in which Candace finds out that her mother was once the pop star Lindanna via television. This was the very episode in which Phineas and Ferb find out about their mother's one-hit wonder career, although strangely enough, they appeared to know about it already, expressing their disbelief that Candace never figured it out.

Well, that's all for now, fans! This is surely a start that Phineas and Ferb is on the way to roll out with Season 3 at long last!

Friday, October 1, 2010

LePage is more like LePrat

Yeah, you heard me right, folks, and I'm not sorry. This Republican idiot is gonna get himself busted more than he thinks. Have you heard all his verbal attacks against Democrats and the President? You know, he used to have a popularity boost, but now it's become a shrinkage just barely behind Mitchell, our Democrat candidate. So you see, Republican scum, all they ever do is attack us Democrats not giving a shit about our country, our people, or the economy. They just say things like how bad Democrats are doing their job, yet I don't believe they can do any better. No, their plan is to just insult us to no end, and judging on this popularity shrinkage Mr. LePrat has hit, I'd say some smart people are catching on. Still, if anyone's voting for this tyrant wanna-be, it's because voters either have no sense or LePrat is frightening them into voting for him. It's voting through intimidation, I tell you, and I for one am not falling for it. Ah, glory to free speech!