Continuity mistake: During the song at the end, there is a zoomed out shot of the entire crowd. You can see Phineas and Candace both screaming with their hands in the air, their eyes closed, and Phineas is not holding a camera. When the camera instantly cuts to a close up of them, both of them have their mouths closed, their hands down, their eyes open, and Phineas is holding a camera.
Continuity mistake: In the scene where Doofensmirtz talks about how the sign blocks his view of other people's pain and misery, his window faces the sign. Then in the next shot where the laser blasts the sign, the Doofensmirtz evil inc. logo is facing the brick sign and the windows are facing the other way.
Trivia: The Members of Love Handle are some of the creators of the show. Like the drummer Swampy is a reference to the creator Jeff "Swampy" Marsh. The lead singer Danny is a reference to the other creator of the shoe Dan Povenmire, and the bass player is named Bobby, a reference to one of the writers of the show Bobby Gaylor, who also does the voice of Buford.logan crews
Question: Based on Wikipedia, the show had 222 segments altogether including 2 films, and a Christmas special, meaning the show featured 2 different summer vacations (one before the Christmas special and one after). If Phineas and Ferb only have 104 days of summer vacation per-vacation, shouldn't there be no more than 208 segments and films put together (1 day per-segment/film) or not? Also, if there really were 3 different vacations, how come the characters don't look to have grown at least a little in height throughout the years (the facial looks are reasonable though because they still look exactly the same when it shows some of them older in the episode "Last Day of Summer," if I remember correctly).
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