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"He might strike at anytime, even in a way you may not see coming!"
Unless you want to know when he'll strike next, you may want to be cautious as you read this page.

Heinz Doofenshmirtz

Heinz Doofenshmirtz is the main antagonist in The Bitterness Trilogy.

Early LifeEdit

Unknown, at the present.

Present LifeEdit

He is now a cruel dictator who rules the Tri-State Area with an iron fist.


Phineas FlynnEdit

Basically, Heinz hates Phineas, Phineas hates Heinz.

In The Bitterness of Phineas Flynn, when Heinz causes Ferb's death, Phineas goes insane and fights against Heinz "as an even greater evil" (as stated by Phineas himself). Heinz is actually frightened by this.

In the end, Phineas forgives Heinz, but Heinz just shrugs it off, and the two continue to hate each other.

In The Bitterness of Candace Flynn, Heinz is worried at first that Phineas will attack him again. But when Phineas makes it clear that he is no longer evil, Heinz is not afraid of him anymore. Also, in that same scene, Phineas is a bit rude towards Heinz.

Later, Heinz actually tries to kill Phineas by strangling him--only to be kicked in the face by the boy's sister, Candace.

Ferb FletcherEdit

Heinz obviously hates Ferb. Word of God states that Ferb somehow caused Heinz's scar, and Heinz himself wants revenge.

In The Bitterness of Phineas Flynn, Heinz kicks Ferb off of a high platform, which ends up killing him.

Later, he actually admits that he didn't exactly intend for Ferb to die, but doesn't regret it. At all.

In The Bitterness of Candace Flynn, Heinz is startled to see Ferb again and asks if he's a ghost (which he isn't because of his resurrection).

Candace FlynnEdit

At first, Candace was one of Heinz's minions. But when Heinz started trying to kill Phineas by strangling him, Candace suddenly felt bad and kicked Heinz in the face, rescued Phineas, and joined The Resistance. She has hated him since.


Platyborg was Heinz's right-hand man--that is, until Heinz hurt Platyborg 2.0, and the two cyborgs decided to rebel against him as part of The Resistance.

Jeremy JohnsonEdit

Word of God states that Heinz took Jeremy in when he was very young, but he didn't actually care about him--he took him in so that he could raise him to be evil!

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