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  • With a hundred and four days of summer vacation, just for school to come along and end it,

  • you'd think the annual problem for this generation is finding a good way to spend

  • it.

  • Well we know what we're going to do today.

  • We're spending it figuring out just who in the Tri-State Area is the most good, and

  • who is the most evil.

  • Grab your blueprints, grab your tools, and let's get to work.

  • Hello, I'm Kyle from WickedBinge and this is Phineas and Ferb: Good to Evil.

  • As usual, we'll begin with the most pure characters and work our way down...

  • So let's start with The Good.

  • The gold medal for good must go to Perry the Platypus.

  • Perry is the loyal pet of the Flynn-Fletcher family, and while around the family acts like

  • a normal platypus, where he doesn't do much.

  • When not seen though, Perry becomes Agent P, a secret agent who works on defeating evil,

  • specifically Heinz Doofenshmirtz, his evil nemesis.

  • Perry takes first place due to him seemingly having no bad traits whatsoever.

  • He seems to be entirely selfless, such as reversing the effects of the Ugly-inator,

  • which turned everyone it shot ugly, on everyone before himself.

  • He's been shown to be understanding, willingly working with Dr. Doofenshmirtz in the spin-off's

  • pilot episode when he joined the Agency, while being known to take his nemesis's feelings

  • into consideration, such as helping him set up his daughter's birthday party and using

  • a key to the door instead of just bursting through the wall.

  • Look, when even your nemesis sees you as a good friend, it shines a great light on you.

  • Meap is taking home the silver today.

  • Meap is an Intergalactic Security Agent, who's job is to stop intergalactic criminals.

  • While small in size and entirely cute, Meap has shown to be more than capable of taking

  • on his rival, Mitch.

  • Meap's known to also love his job, taking pride in what he does, even if his limited

  • speech can get in the way.

  • With his species only able to say Meap, he needs a Universal Mustache to translate him.

  • We're giving Carl Karl the bronze medal.

  • Working as an unpaid intern for the Agency.

  • Apparently five years ago, prior to the series' pilot, he started working for the Agency,

  • and was promoted to unpaid intern.

  • In the show, Carl rarely talks with anyone outside of Perry and his boss, Major Monogram,

  • but we do see that he's a kindhearted and well caring guy.

  • He treats Major Monogram like a father, even going to his home to take care of him when

  • he was sick, and on more than one occasion having taken his place in informing Agent

  • P about his mission.

  • Sadly though, he has shown at times that he can be careless, such as when he forgot to

  • zoom in the camera and ended up showing Major Monogram not wearing pants, and while there

  • was an episode where he was evil, it was entirely due to Dr. Doofenshmirtz's Ultimate Evil-Inator

  • turning him that way.

  • Let's be honest though, he probably has the perfect backstory ready for it.

  • He was even given the title Paid Intern, even though the Agency made it clear he wouldn't

  • be getting paid.

  • What's he doing this for again?

  • College Credit?

  • Are we sure the Agency's the good guys?

  • Next, we have Phineas Flynn.

  • One of the show's titular characters, he's an optimistic kid with a knack for engineering

  • any kind of device he can imagine, starting each project with, “I know what we're

  • gonna do today!”.

  • Phineas seems to be a Jack of All Trades, being able to not only build amazing creations,

  • but program super computers, repair someone else's inventions, and even manage the kids

  • who help him build, all while having it done before dinner.

  • While his inventions tend to be for the wellbeing of others, Phineas has been shown that he

  • needs to build, otherwise he becomes stressed enough to enter a state of hysteria where

  • he begins suggesting inventions for literally any situation, hoping to release his creativity

  • and energy.

  • Makes you wonder how he acts having to sit at school all day.

  • On top of this, Phineas has lost his temper at times, though usually for a good reason.

  • He was understandably upset when he found out Perry was a secret agent and has lashed

  • out at Candace more than once due to her pride.

  • His worst characteristic however must be his lack of emotional awareness, here he seems

  • to struggle feeling the room at times.

  • He doesn't seem to understand that Candace dislikes them working on projects and doesn't

  • understand that Isabella has feels for him, it taking the other boys in High School for

  • him to figure it out While yes, understanding that someone 'likes' you can be tough

  • to see, Isabella has made it pretty clear in numerous episodes.

  • At fifth we have Isabella Garcia-Shapiro.

  • Troop Leader of Fireside Girls 46231, Isabell has earned her spot due to her natural desire

  • to help people.

  • Using Phineas and Ferb's plans as a way to help her troop gain their patches, she's

  • been shown to also help just out of the kindness of her heart, such as in the Christmas special

  • when she helped everyone save Christmas even though she doesn't celebrate the holiday,

  • thus getting nothing in return.

  • She's shown to be quite the mechanic as well, helping the boys work on multiple vehicles.

  • Above all though, it's her leadership skills that shine the most, seeing as how she's

  • been able to lead her troop along the boys' multiple big ideas, seemingly acting on their

  • own while Phineas manages the rest of the kids.

  • This could also be to help fuel her desire for attention however.

  • Isabella's been shown to be annoyed when not being given the attention she feels she

  • deserves, such as when a Lil Sparks troop member, Melissa, was shadowing her, only for

  • Candace to accidentally take the spotlight from her.

  • She's also not fond of others using her catchphrase, “Whatcha doin?” as seen when

  • she's physically confronted Buford when he used it.

  • Moving onto Ferb Fletcher, the second of the show's titular characters and the stepbrother

  • of Phineas Flynn and Candace Flynn.

  • While sharing the same skills as Phineas, there are some key differences between the

  • two.

  • To start with, Ferb is the silent type, usually letting his brother explain what's going

  • on to the other children, though has shown that he is fluent in many languages, including

  • English, French, Japanese, Martian, and yes, even Dolphin.

  • Maybe he was the one who translated that great Hitchhiker's Guide song.

  • On top of this, Ferb has also shown to have great control over his singing, being able

  • to change the pitch of his voice however he wants, no matter how high or low the part

  • is.

  • He's even a lady's man, getting Vanessa, Dr. Doofenshmirtz's daughter, to develop

  • feelings for him.

  • While he's usually a great kid, he has had moments where his morality has dropped.

  • In the episode 'Nerdy Dancin'' Ferb helped Jeremy cheat in a dance competition

  • as to impress Candace.

  • While it was for his sister's crush, Ferb did assist in the charade, which meant that

  • when the pair won that they cheated out other participants from winning a spot on the show

  • as permanent dancers.

  • So, while Phineas did help build the suit that led to the cheating, we have to dock

  • a few more points from Ferb, since he helped build the suit and was the one to use it.

  • We're going to count almost this entire group together; The Fireside Girls, specifically

  • Fireside Troop 46231.

  • We say almost because there are two members who won't be counted with the rest of the

  • girls grouped together due to them very rarely being seen on their own.

  • Isabella and Candace.

  • The Troop is usually at a location for them to earn one of their patches, and mostly just

  • serves as a tool for explaining why some of the larger inventions are built so quickly.

  • While not much is known about the girls individually, as a group they show that they have dedication

  • and faith in whoever manages them, usually Isabella.

  • While they may not have the same knowledge on certain topics as Phineas and Ferb, their

  • handbooks help clear up any questions they may have.

  • In the end though, we had to place them up here due to their hard work ethic and desire

  • to help their community, similarly to real life scout troops.

  • Just like before, we'll do another group, due to the characters almost always being

  • together.

  • Daniel, Sherman, and Bobbi, also known as the band Love Handel.

  • While not much is known about the band, we do know that they were a 1980s rock band,

  • only breaking up due to fighting among the band members when their fan base was dwindling.

  • Beside this though, the group doesn't seem to hold any hate between each other, other

  • than the teasing between Sherman and Bobbi.

  • Before regrouping, the three members were able to get their own jobs, from running a

  • music store, a hair salon, and being a librarian, showing that even without the band, they have

  • the drive to be normal citizens, which can be hard for celebrities to do after fame.

  • They are well hearted people as well, as they quickly get the band back together for Lawrence

  • and Linda's anniversary, followed by them making multiple public appearances to continue

  • making music.

  • While some do find their antics annoying, such as when they joined Paul the Delivery

  • Man after he won a contest, them singing about his different actions, they didn't mean

  • for it to be that way.

  • We're now at Charlene Doofenshmirtz, Dr. Doofenshmirtz's ex-wife.

  • To start with, Charlene is on what seems to be good terms with her ex-husband.

  • While she does tease him at times, she's known for being civil with him, and explaining

  • that the only reason they divorced was due to them wanting different things in life.

  • She says that she believes nobody can be evil, and that Heinz isn't a bad person.

  • She's not even unaware of his -inators, seeing the one he made to win a family kickball

  • game, complimenting his use of bee pheromones to make himself attractive, and knows of Norm,

  • complimenting his tuxedo.

  • She regularly donates to charity as well, showing that she herself is of kind nature.

  • Next we have Lawrence Fletcher, Ferb's biological dad and stepfather to Phineas and Candace.

  • Working as an Archeologist, before falling in love with his future wife Linda at a Love

  • Handel concert, he's now the co-owner of Flynn-Fletcher Antiques.

  • While being a calm and well-mannered man, Lawrence has had quite a few adventures in

  • the past, such as capturing the infamous Big Mouth Ramon, a fish feared by fisherman across

  • the world.

  • His story of this capture takes quite some time for him to tell, so we only catch glimpses

  • of the story, such as the part where he helped John Lennon write the song 'All You Need

  • Is Love'.

  • When it comes to the present though, Lawrence has taken on an easy going lifestyle, as seen

  • with how he knows about his sons' inventions and even participates in them sometimes, such

  • as in 'It's a Mud, Mud, Mud, Mud World' when the boys built a monster truck stadium

  • to help their sister learn to parallel park.

  • Whether this means he sees no issue with his sons working on such projects or if he simply

  • doesn't see the dangers in these actions are unclear.

  • We do have to dock him some points though, since he doesn't even try to supervise these

  • projects, but he does get major points for stopping the Big Mouth Ramon.

  • We now come to Linda Flynn-Fletcher, biological mother to Phineas and Candace, and stepmother

  • to Ferb.

  • While now being the co-owner of Flynn-Fletcher Antiques with her husband, Linda's past

  • has quite a few interesting moments, such as when she dated Heinz Doofenshmirtz in the

  • 80s, followed by her becoming a pop star named Lindana, though not for long, as she became

  • a one hit wonder with her song 'I'm Lindana and I Wanna Have Fun', her career ending

  • when she apparently through a diva tantrum against her record company, though she still

  • plays a reunion concert every now and then, her future self stating that she's preparing

  • for her seventh one, and that in two more she gets a free pie.

  • In present day however, she's left that life behind her, now focusing on her family

  • business.

  • When it comes to her children however, it can be questionable at times.

  • She doesn't believe Candace when told about her sons' inventions, and has been known

  • to get sidetracked, such as when both present and future Candace take her to see Phineas

  • and Ferb working on the time machine in the museum, only for her to be distracted by a

  • dinosaur bone.

  • She also believes that her sons are simply using their imaginations when they talk about

  • their day, never questioning it, especially after Candace talks about it in such a horrible

  • way.

  • To put it bluntly, it's pretty obvious where Phineas got his lack of awareness to others

  • from.

  • It seems that Linda struggles to understand the severity of a situation at times.

  • It seems that almost everyone loves the guy, so why is he this low?

  • We're talking about Roger Doofenshmirtz.

  • First off, we won't be blaming him for anything that happened in his early years, as from

  • what we know, those incidents were caused because of his parents.

  • But we'll give you the dirt.

  • While he's mayor of Danville, he's actually a bit crooked when it comes down to it.

  • This is seen in the episode 'The Beak' when a giant robot began to terrorize the

  • town, only for Roger to be more worried about the blame being put on him than the safety

  • of the citizens.

  • As for his relationship with his brother, it seems that while Heinz hates him, Roger

  • sees Heinz more as a scapegoat of his.

  • This is especially seen again in 'The Beak' as to face his public image, he chose to let

  • Heinz take over for the time being.

  • He's not all bad though.

  • 20 years ago he accidentally ruined his brother's masterpiece, an art project he stayed up for

  • 3 days doing.

  • Feeling so awful about it, he spent the entire time recreating the painting, though it was

  • sadly ruined by his brother on accident.

  • It's honestly a bit hard to rank Roger, since most of the times we see him he's

  • in front of an audience, possibly putting on an act, though we have plenty of scenes

  • where a selfish side shines through.

  • It should also be noted that in the sequel series, Milo Murphy's Law, Roger is no longer

  • the mayor of Danville, which may mean he wasn't well liked for the position.

  • Baljeet Tjinder is up next.

  • A lover of good grades and all kinds of learning, his first role is in the episode 'Raging

  • Bully' where he's attending Summer School.

  • His love of learning is shown constantly throughout the series, his desire for an A driving him

  • to perfect multiple areas of his life.

  • This is especially shown in the episode 'The Baljeatles' where Baljeet finds out his

  • rock and roll class doesn't give out grades, which upon finding out he's shown to snap.

  • This is followed by the song 'Gimme a Grade' where we learn that Baljeet prefers strict

  • rules and planning, working under 'the man', and wants to be a productive member of society.

  • Sadly though, we can't put Baljeet any higher on this list, simply due to how much better

  • the other characters are.

  • Don't worry Baljeet, you get an A in our book.

  • We're coming to Candace's best friend, Stacy Hirano.

  • She's a supportive best friend, and acts as a foil to Candace's stress-fueled nature.

  • While she helps Candace try to bust her brothers, she's made it clear that she wishes Candace

  • would stop with her obsession, due to it getting in the way of their friendship and because

  • she actually enjoys the things the boys make.

  • She's also one of the few characters on the show who knows of Perry's job as a secret

  • agent, in which she keeps the information to herself, knowing that if the information

  • got out, that Perry would have to be relocated.

  • Now we have the one, the only, Jeremy Johnson, Candace's love interest.

  • He seems to be the stereotypical TV teenager, working part time at a restaurant and being

  • in a band as the lead singer and guitarist.