Isabella and the Temple of Sap (Phineas and Ferb)

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Isabella and the Temple of Sap (Phineas and Ferb)
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"Right now, we need to find the rare maracanut tree and earn our sap collecting patch."
Series: Phineas and Ferb
Part of Season: 2
Episode Number: 16
Air Date: October 17, 2009
Writer: Mike Roth
J.G. Orrantia
Director: Zac Moncrief
Previous episode: Phineas and Ferb's Musical Cliptastic Countdown
Next episode: Cheer Up, Candace
🎵 "We’re Fireside Girls one and all and together we belong. We wear our patches upon our sashes and stay cute, small and strong. This is the Fireside Girls song and it’s not too terribly long." 🎵
- The Fireside Girls' Anthem

Isabella and the Temple of Sap is the 16th episode of the second season of Phineas and Ferb.


While Phineas and Ferb prepare their bubble, Isabella and her Fireside Girls troop head out to the "Old Abandoned Old Abandoned Amusement Park", where the maraca nut tree is located, and must get the sap from it, while Pinky, Isabella's dog, tries to stop his archenemy, Professor Poofenplotz, from committing hairspray theft.

Why It Rocks

  1. Isabella is the protagonist in this episode. And having her as the protagonist is an awesome idea.
  2. Great animation, as always.
  3. The Fireside Girl Anthem is awesome.
  4. Hilarious jokes and moments, like the banter with the Fireside Girls and Isabella's Phineasland fantasies.
  5. It is the introduction of Professor Poofenplotz, Pinky the Chihuahua's archenemy.
  6. Isabella's pet dog Pinky is awesome in this episode.
  7. Phineas and Ferb's roles are switched probably in order to have much more time to focus on Isabella and the Fireside Girls.
  8. The Guru is a wise character.
  9. Isabella herself is still a lovable character, even if she is the protagonist.
  10. "Oh my goodness! What a cute little tree!"
  11. The Key of Wisdom looks pretty cool.
  12. For once, it gets a change of pace where it gets less formulaic (even without Doofenshmirtz) since this episode is all about Isabella.
  13. Despite it's a feminist episode, Isabella and her team never hurt boys or they never saying that they're better than them because Isabella, the team leader of the Fireside Girls, is felling in love with a boy-next-door Phineas Flynn. At least the SJWs never got triggered.
  14. Isabella's face when she pleads the hippie to know the whereabouts of the maraca nut trees is so cute!


  1. This is the one of the only two episodes not to feature Doofenshmirtz, the other being "Ferb TV".


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