One of the letters asks if they will see Phineas and Ferb as teenagers, and Dan replies they will and introduce the episode taking place ten years in the future.
As summer reaches its end, a teenaged Phineas is contemplating to Ferb which college or university he should go to, being the only one in their friend group who hasn't decided where he's going yet.
However, he is not really sure about any of the choices he is given.
Baljeet comes into the room and mentions that he had just been telling Buford about what life is like in college.
Ferb suggests that Phineas get in the randomizer booth they'd installed in their room and let fate decide.
Phineas gets into the booth, which is full of the many acceptance letters he had received from different schools around the world.
Season three adds City Hall to the mix, looking in particular at the up-and-coming mayoral hopeful Tommy Carcetti as he plays all sides to get into a position of power.
Thus, the season is able to show how street-level policing is dependent on the whims of those higher up the food chain and examine the issue of reform.
Set in Baltimore, Maryland, the show examines with equal intensity the lives of characters on both sides of the law.Co-created by former BPD cop Ed Burns and former Levy: He calls his lawyer, that's supposed to be the end of the interview!Bunk: Your client gave no statement, we took no statement.He just decided, voluntarily, to write a letter to the victim's family.In this special episode set ten years in the future, a teenaged Phineas must decide between two colleges while grappling with the discovery that Isabella has had a crush on him since they were kids.