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Sex & Nudity

  • This show takes place during summer vacation, so there are sometimes scenes in which characters wear swimsuits at beaches, pools, or other swimming areas. The boys and men usually have theirs shirts off and wear trunks on bottom. Some of the teenage girls and younger women wear bikinis, but nothing reveals very much cleavage or is ever meant to be sexual. Female children always wear one-piece swimsuits or tankinis.
  • One episode contains an unshown flash exposer suggested in one shot, like Candace, being transferred in a video game while wearing only a towel, leaped as a fruit hits her face, which the screen moves from top to bottom as from the waist down is cropped out.
  • Phineas's mom and dad were kissing (liplock) on there anniversary but for only few seconds.
  • There is no nudity, sex, sexual references or content.
  • Dr. Doof is in his underwear some of the time (for comic effect). No genitalia is ever shown.
  • In one episode, Jeremy's little sister throws nuts in Candace's pants and two squirrels go for it and both get inside her pants. She starts doing moves, like shaking her butt.

Violence & Gore

  • In the backround of an episode in season 4, a man is choked. This is not super graphic.
  • Very mild brief cartoon violence.
  • Agent P (Perry the Platypus) and Dr. Doofenshmirtz fight in almost every episode. He sometimes gets hurt, but its all in comedic way and is always shown to be fine later. Mostly just harmless machines getting destroyed.
  • In Robot Rodeo, all of the animal agents fight the evil scientists. They use chairs and various other things to beat the scientists up.
  • In some other episodes robots and aliens shoot laser beams at P and F. All very mild and no one is hurt.


  • After all, this program is rated TV-G.
  • Occasional uses of "stupid", "jerk", "butthead" "idiot" and other mild language.
  • In one episode, Dr. Doofenshmirtz says "Damn you, Perry the Platypus" in spanish. Since it's in spanish, it's not too noticeable to little kids.
  • Worst there is is the odd 'heck' or 'dang it'.

Alcohol, Drugs & Smoking

  • In an episode, Dr. Doofenshmirtz is trying to get eggnog which is usually an alcoholic drink.
  • None

Frightening & Intense Scenes

  • The song "When we didn't get along" can be very depressing.
  • Some mild rude humor.
  • In the episode "Out to Launch", Candace enters a decaying orbit, close to crashing. Intense music plays. This is very frightening, however Ferb saves her.
  • The last day of summer episode can be emotional and frightening.
  • Phineas and Ferb's Quantum Boogaloo is easily the most darkest episode. Seeing the whole future completely dismantled in the law of Doofenshmirtz, and the past video broadcast by Doofenshmirtz Evil Inc. is easily the most darkest scene in the episode and is frightening to children.
  • The episode "Act Your Age" is very emotional. Dan crying at the end is very sad.
  • In "Flop Starz", after being offered a "Follow-up single", Phineas gets mad at the director. Though this is unlike him, this may be unsettling for young children and Phineas fans. Played for laughs though.
  • In Mission Marvel, Baljeet is turned into a Hulk monster by Candace in an accident. After he runs, Phineas begins to lash out at Candace, becoming angry at her. He tears up her S.H.E.D. card. This is unlike Phineas, and can upset children and Phineas lovers. However at the battle scene, Phineas feels sorry, and says sorry to Candace, and tapes the S.H.E.D. card back together.
  • Summer Belongs To You!: The scene where Phineas yells "GET ON THE TRIKE!" at Candace may unsettle younger kids and Phineas lovers, since anger is NEVER usual for Phineas, but may be played for laughter.
  • The phinedroids and ferbots can be a little frightening.
  • The "Night of the Living Doof" episode is really spooky and disturbing.


The Parents Guide items below may give away important plot points.

Sex & Nudity

  • Isabella has a crush on Phineas and she kisses him in a few episodes.
  • Candace and Jeremy are dating and they kiss in an episode.

Violence & Gore

  • Though this famous, successful TV show was rated TV-G (though "Rollercoaster" was originally rated TV-Y7), there is violence but this is WAY too family/children friendly.
  • Doofenshmirtz's Inators often explode after failing.

Frightening & Intense Scenes

  • Phineas and Ferb Get Busted may be a dark episode, seeing our heroes succumb to such a dark fate, but it turns out to be a bad dream.

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