Saturday, October 1, 2011

A New Halloween Tradition

It appears as though Phineas and Ferb have a Halloween episode for real. It's not really a special, considering it's only 15 minutes long, which is your average episode length. If I recall correctly, these holiday stories are coming out as books first, even though their stories are completely different from the episodes that follow. The first Christmas story was a book, and then a special 45-minute episode. Now it's the same deal for Halloween, with the exception that the episode "That's the Spirit!" is 15 minutes in length. In this screenshot, Candace could have that typical expression for a number of reasons, all which could be theoretically correct. First of all, she's "baby-sitting" her brothers because of kids requiring supervision during trick-or-treating because it's nighttime. Secondly, she thinks that at her age, Halloween would probably be for babies, little kids... not her thing. Thirdly, she might not even like her costume. Or it could be all of the above or even an unspecified reason. But the real plot of this episode involved a house which is believed to be haunted while Agent P has to stop Doofenshmirtz who has accidentally transformed into a "were-cow" during a mind swap experiment out of his hatred for grass. Well, Doof can "work up animosity for almost anything", however barbaric and redundant this may be.

Happy Halloween!

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