Anyone who listens closely will know that I am a fan of the cartoons, dating back to the days when I would come home from school to Woody Woodpecker and Scooby-Doo’s Mystery Movies on Channel 41. To this day, I still number Danger Mouse among my favorite television programs, but the more recent cartoons have things going for them as well. I still can’t believe that the surrealism of Higglytown Heroes never had a brony-like stoner fanbase, while the genius of Phineas and Ferb is undeniable, starting all sorts of fascinating trains of thought about life, science, and the can-do spirit.
The MS-QOTD (pronounced, as Ferb would, “…”) reveals that there’s a platypus controlling it, asking:
Would you rather be a Phineas (the frenetic, irrepressible idea man) or a Ferb (the reserved scientific guy who makes it all possible)?