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|“||Hey, Ferb, I know what we're gonna do today!||„|
|~ Phineas Flynn's catchphrase.|
|~ Phineas Flynn imitating Perry in "Interview with a Platypus"|
|“||Hey, where's Perry?||„|
|~ Phineas' catchphrase when Perry's not around.|
|“||Oh, There you are Perry.||„|
|~ Phineas' Catchphrase when Perry shows up.|
Phineas Flynn (born 2001) is one of the two main protagonists (Alongside Ferb Fletcher) of the animated television series Phineas and Ferb, serving as of the two protagonists of the 2011 film Phineas and Ferb Across the Second Dimension (Alongside Perry the Platypus), and the deuteragonist of the 2020 film Phineas and Ferb The Movie: Candace Against The Universe. He is the son of Linda Flynn-Fletcher and an unknown man, the younger brother of Candace Flynn, the step-son of Lawrence Fletcher, and the step-brother of Ferb Fletcher. Voiced by Vincent Martella and created and designed by Dan Povenmire, Phineas first appeared along with the rest of the series' main characters in the pilot episode "Rollercoaster". Phineas, along with Ferb star in each A-Plot of every episode.
He is voiced by Vincent Martella. In the Japanese dub from the series, he is voiced by Kōki Miyata.
Phineas is a cheerful boy who's always coming up with wild ideas of what to do over summer vacation, from building a humongous roller coaster to traveling into outer space to breeding giant mutant sea-monkeys.
Phineas is known for his unfailing optimism. Even in the face of the most difficult challenges that confront him, he manages to maintain his composure and keep his outlook on the situation positive. Phineas often uses his ability to boost the morale of those around him during phases of depression. He is usually in a good cheerful mood.
Phineas is an Caucasian boy who has a triangular head. He also has short, spiky red hair, a large pointy nose, and large, dark blue eyes. He has three freckles near his temple. Phineas wears an orange and off-white striped t-shirt, blue cargo shorts with large pockets, and blue high-top sneakers with no noticeable socks.
Phineas has proven himself to possess numerous talents and skills. Like his brother, he possesses an overactive imagination that is the driving force behind his endeavors. He can work very well with tools and has exceptional knowledge and prowess with construction. It is also worth noting that Phineas appears to be ambidextrous. What distinguishes him from others of his age group is his ability to engage in feats largely amplifying that of others his age.
- He and Arnold Shortman and Jeff have different head shapes.
- Some of Phineas' inventions appear in Disney Infinity.
- His magic carpet invention became a rare Disney Infinity power disc called "Aerial Area Rug", which is also the name of the song sang by Phineas in the episode it appears in, "Magic Carpet Ride".
- His "Coolest Coaster Ever" can be seen in the background of the Danville Sky skydome, a Disney Infinity original power disc that alters the sky to look like the sky of Danville. Doofenshmirtz Evil Incorporated can also be seen, as well as buildings. It is also a set piece that can be placed in your Toy Box.
- The Baseball Launcher is his default ranged attack, by pulling the right trigger on Xbox or PlayStation.
- In a couple of early episodes, Phineas' eyebrows are black, but as you can see, they are normally red.
- One of Phineas' least favorite foods is zucchini.
- His is the first name to be used in the title of an episode: "The Fast and the Phineas".
- His triangle shaped head has been explained in the show to just be a nose that covers a large portion of his face.
- Phineas was originally planned to be more rude than he is now, but before the series was green-lit, they decided to make him more good-natured.
- Phineas was one of the rare few to exhibit the rare phenomen of a newborn smiling.