For many new adults today, Phineas and Ferb was a huge part of their childhood, a show unlike any other at the time. It had fun episodes with fun songs and a fun formula — simply put, it was a lot of fun. It captured the dream of every kid watching it: a seemingly endless summer where every day was a brand new adventure, be it having a robot treehouse battle or riding a rollercoaster across the city or even traveling through time.
There was a lot that made Phineas and Ferb great: the inventive scenarios the main characters would get into, the tropes and the creative ways the writers would subvert them, and especially the catchy songs that would stay in your head long after the episode was over. It isn't hard to see why the show won over so many fans during its run.
With 4 fantastic seasons to its title, Phineas and Ferb has had some stellar episodes, so much so that narrowing down the best 10 episodes was a huge challenge. Here are the 10 best episodes of Phineas and Ferb.
10. Meapless In Seattle
When the episode The Chronicles of Meap came out, it instantly won over Phineas and Ferb fans, many of whom called it one of their favorite episodes of season 2. Luckily for those fans, the writers then decided to create a sequel to that episode called Meapless in Seattle for season 3 — and it's not only one of the best episodes of that season, it's also one of the best episodes of the entire series.
Meapless in Seattle doubles down on everything that made The Chronicles of Meap great by upping the action, the music, the lore, the humor, and even the dramatic moments. They of course bring back Meap, Mitch, and Balloony, making for a fantastic continuation to one of the best episodes of the previous season. The Meap duology is so popular among P&F fans that many wish it was a trilogy instead — after all, who wouldn't want to spend one more episode in the Meap sub-universe?
Every character shines here, allowing us some really solid one-liners. Some of the best ones include "Aww, look at the little guy. What's the fastest way I can transfer all my assets into his name?" and "Yes, I'm just a guy who's a sucker for the sounds of mass transit!" Those lines get us every time.