History DethroningMoment / TheFairlyOddParents

28th Aug '16 12:20:38 AM IvanovTroping97
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** Tropers/{{stewyworks333}}: What was just as bad as blowing a once heartwarming moment with Crocker, was the treatment of the LoveTriangle between Timmy, Trixie and Tootie. Basically, Timmy wishes that Tootie was gone, thus sending her flying away ([[FridgeHorror to likely land painfully on the ground]]), while he awaits to see [[AlphaBitch Trixie]], [[ShootTheShaggyDog who sends him off in a similar way.]] How does Timmy respond? He's still in love with her. It's like the writer (who is [[SarcasmMode surprisingly]] the same writer of "Squirrely Puffs" and "Lights Out".) is really dedicated to [[ShipSinking sinking the Timmy/Tootie ship.]]

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** Tropers/{{stewyworks333}}: What was just as bad as blowing a once heartwarming moment with Crocker, was the treatment of the LoveTriangle between Timmy, Trixie and Tootie. Basically, Timmy gets thrown out of Trixie's house, and is approached by what seems to be her, but she was [[KickTheDog actually Tootie in a Trixie costume]]. That was a great opportunity to show a heartwarming moment between Timmy & Trixie, but like "Bad Heir Day", it was blown away. Then, Timmy wishes that Tootie was gone, thus sending her flying away ([[FridgeHorror to likely land painfully on the ground]]), while he awaits to see [[AlphaBitch Trixie]], [[ShootTheShaggyDog [[ShaggyDogStory who sends him off in a similar way.]] How does Timmy respond? He's still in love with her. It's like the writer (who is [[SarcasmMode surprisingly]] the same writer of "Squirrely Puffs" and "Lights Out".) is really dedicated to [[ShipSinking sinking the Timmy/Tootie ship.]]
28th Aug '16 12:11:27 AM IvanovTroping97
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** Tropers/{{stewyworks333}}: What was just as bad as blowing a once heartwarming moment with Crocker, was the treatment of the LoveTriangle between Timmy, Trixie and Tootie. Basically, Timmy wishes that Tootie was gone, thus sending her flying away ([[FridgeHorror to likely land painfully on the ground]]), while he awaits to see [[AlphaBitch Trixie]], who sends him off in a similar way. How does Timmy respond? He's still in love with her. It's like the writer (who is [[SarcasmMode surprisingly]] the same writer of "Squirrely Puffs" and "Lights Out".) is really dedicated to [[ShipSinking sinking the Timmy/Tootie ship.]]

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** Tropers/{{stewyworks333}}: What was just as bad as blowing a once heartwarming moment with Crocker, was the treatment of the LoveTriangle between Timmy, Trixie and Tootie. Basically, Timmy wishes that Tootie was gone, thus sending her flying away ([[FridgeHorror to likely land painfully on the ground]]), while he awaits to see [[AlphaBitch Trixie]], [[ShootTheShaggyDog who sends him off in a similar way. way.]] How does Timmy respond? He's still in love with her. It's like the writer (who is [[SarcasmMode surprisingly]] the same writer of "Squirrely Puffs" and "Lights Out".) is really dedicated to [[ShipSinking sinking the Timmy/Tootie ship.]]
18th Aug '16 2:03:08 PM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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** Tropers/{{Universalperson}}: During the episode Cosmo and Wanda lose their wands. Okay, standard plot. Then Cosmo suddenly pulls out a wand in order to show a flashback movie. No-one points out that ''Cosmo had another wand'', even when he's seen holding it. The wand mysteriously disappears a few scenes later. [[TheyJustDidntCare They just don't care anymore, do they?]]

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** Tropers/{{Universalperson}}: During the episode Cosmo and Wanda lose their wands. Okay, standard plot. Then Cosmo suddenly pulls out a wand in order to show a flashback movie. No-one points out that ''Cosmo had another wand'', even when he's seen holding it. The wand mysteriously disappears a few scenes later. [[TheyJustDidntCare They just don't care anymore, do they?]]
5th Aug '16 10:44:07 PM MelancholyUtopia
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** Tropers/MelancholyUtopia: I would have accepted the moral a lot better if the people Timmy helped were just apathetic to his deeds ("Yeah, not what I expected, but it's okay, I guess."), but, like the first person said here, the problem was that they were ungrateful jerks, which is a perfectly understandable reason to get frustrated. Keep in mind, none of these people know he can get what he wants on a whim through magic. From AJ's point of view, Timmy must have spent a lot of money on thay expensive computer, but it's not advanced enough according to AJ and still uses it as a doormat because apparently he doesn't give a shit about Timmy's feelings. Then again, if they had been apathetic, it wouldn't have been good enough a reason to wish he was never born (which was already blown out of proportion to begin with), thus showcasing what a mess this episode would have been either way.
23rd Jul '16 12:29:24 PM Butter
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* Tropers/BrendanDRizzo: In "Timmy's Secret Wish", it turns out that Foop's newest plan to destroy Poof and ruin Timmy's life is to reveal that Timmy had made a wish without letting Cosmo and Wanda register it, thereby forcibly stripping him of his fairy godparents and causing Poof (who is one of his wishes) to vanish. Ignoring for the moment the fact that this comes out of nowhere and [[AssPull has never been mentioned before]], we learn that Timmy's wish was to stop everybody from aging so that his godparents can never be taken from him. Now, if it turned out that nobody has aged for the same number of years as the show had been aired for, then that would have been a genuinely interesting justification of ComicBookTime and I would have been likely to give the show a pass for creative use of meta-concepts. But instead, Timmy apparently did this 50 years ago, just for the sake of Komedy about every person in the world becoming senior citizens. TheyWastedAPerfectlyGoodPlot doesn't even begin to cover it. To add insult to injury, this goes nowhere-- the rest of the episode ignores it. But the real reason for the DMOS is because of how stupidly this was handled-- how is it that nobody noticed for half a century that nobody was aging, and that children were not growing up? And shouldn't the fairies have noticed that none of their godkids are outgrowing them? Everyone in the courtroom is as shocked by TheReveal as the audience is, but logically, they should already know about it. The level of PlotInducedStupidity required for this set-up is staggering. Of course, by the end of the episode the conflict is resolved, [[StatusQuoIsGod everything is back to normal]], and [[BLAMEpisode nobody ever mentions what happened again]], which makes the whole thing absolutely pointless. It was at this point that I realized that the show had become reduced to a parody of itself that has lasted for far too long, and stopped watching.

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* Tropers/BrendanDRizzo: In "Timmy's Secret Wish", it turns out that Foop's newest plan to destroy Poof and ruin Timmy's life is to reveal that Timmy had made a wish without letting Cosmo and Wanda register it, thereby forcibly stripping him of his fairy godparents and causing Poof (who is one of his wishes) to vanish. Ignoring for the moment the fact that this comes out of nowhere and [[AssPull has never been mentioned before]], we learn that Timmy's wish was to stop everybody from aging so that his godparents can never be taken from him. Now, if it turned out that nobody has aged for the same number of years as the show had been aired for, then that would have been a genuinely interesting justification of ComicBookTime and I would have been likely to give the show a pass for creative use of meta-concepts. But instead, Timmy apparently did this 50 years ago, just for the sake of Komedy comedy about every person in the world becoming senior citizens. TheyWastedAPerfectlyGoodPlot doesn't even begin to cover it. To add insult to injury, this goes nowhere-- the rest of the episode ignores it. But the real reason for the DMOS is because of how stupidly this was handled-- how is it that nobody noticed for half a century that nobody was aging, and that children were not growing up? And shouldn't the fairies have noticed that none of their godkids are outgrowing them? Everyone in the courtroom is as shocked by TheReveal as the audience is, but logically, they should already know about it. The level of PlotInducedStupidity required for this set-up is staggering. Of course, by the end of the episode the conflict is resolved, [[StatusQuoIsGod everything is back to normal]], and [[BLAMEpisode nobody ever mentions what happened again]], which makes the whole thing absolutely pointless. It was at this point that I realized that the show had become reduced to a parody of itself that has lasted for far too long, and stopped watching.
13th Jul '16 8:27:49 PM Sugarp1e1
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* Tropers/{{jmac9345}}: Right on the night it premieres, I’m gonna present “The Big Fairy Share Scare”. First, it just shows how this show relies a bit too heavily on ContinuitySnarl. Poof and Sparky are nowhere to be seen, and while it might be a CharacterRerailment for the entire series (bringing it back to its glory days, I guess), I don’t get it (If somebody who watched Season 9 religiously, and knows how this happened, please let me know). Don’t get me wrong [[TheScrappy I didn’t really like them either]], but I also don’t get how we’re back to just the original trio again ([[FridgeLogic yet Foop is still here]]). Second, the fact that Cosmo and Wanda become Chloe’s godparents along with Timmy completely breaks “Da Rules”. Wasn’t there a rule that if anybody finds out about your Fairy Godparents, they disappear forever? (EDIT: A YouTuber pointed out Remy Buxaplenty and Juandisimo together meeting Timmy with his fairies, but that just highlights [[SeriesContinuityError my first]] [[ContinuitySnarl problem]]) Timmy is shown with both the Fairies and Chloe all in the same room for half the episode! On top of that, they even mention Da Rules in the episode! Third, it just reeks of WereStillRelevantDammit! There’s the use of terms like “Duckface” and “Cray-Cray”. It’s [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking not as major a problem as the other two reasons why this episode is bad,]] but Jesus. This whole episode just screams of [[WebVideo/{{TheMysteriousMrEnter}} “End us, fucking end us, we’re out of ideas!”]] (On the subject of Mr Enter, I love the man, but I’m at least happy I’m able to [[WesternAnimation/TeenTitansGo trash this episode the night it aired]]) The only good things that this episode has going for it are the few [[SugarWiki/FunnyMoments funny moments]] (like the Timmy bot) and that Chloe is voiced by [[WesternAnimation/{{RickAndMorty}} Jessica]] and [[WesternAnimation/{{Breadwinners}} Keeta]], but it’s not a good start for your new season. To be fair though, I think that the follow up episode "Whittle Me This" is much better, with an appearance from [[Creator/{{AdamWest}} Catman]] and a HeartwarmingMoment with Cosmo and Wanda's anniversary, but I'm still confused: [[WhatHappenedToTheMouse Where are Poof and Sparky?!]][[note]]Recently, thanks to the [[YMMV/TheFairlyOddParents YMMV page]], I found out that [[WordOfGod Sparky's voice actor confirmed]] he won't return. [[AndThereWasMuchRejoicing Much rejoicing]] on my end. Still not sure about Poof, though.[[/note]]

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* Tropers/{{jmac9345}}: Right on the night it premieres, I’m gonna present “The Big Fairy Share Scare”. First, it just shows how this show relies a bit too heavily on ContinuitySnarl. Poof and Sparky are nowhere to be seen, and while it might be a CharacterRerailment for the entire series (bringing it back to its glory days, I guess), I don’t get it (If somebody who watched Season 9 religiously, and knows how this happened, please let me know). Don’t get me wrong [[TheScrappy I didn’t really like them either]], but I also don’t get how we’re back to just the original trio again ([[FridgeLogic yet Foop is still here]]). Second, the fact that Cosmo and Wanda become Chloe’s godparents along with Timmy completely breaks “Da Rules”. Wasn’t there a rule that if anybody finds out about your Fairy Godparents, they disappear forever? (EDIT: A YouTuber pointed out Remy Buxaplenty and Juandisimo together meeting Timmy with his fairies, but that just highlights [[SeriesContinuityError my first]] [[ContinuitySnarl problem]]) Timmy is shown with both the Fairies and Chloe all in the same room for half the episode! On top of that, they even mention Da Rules in the episode! Third, it just reeks of WereStillRelevantDammit! There’s the use of terms like “Duckface” and “Cray-Cray”. It’s [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking not as major a problem as the other two reasons why this episode is bad,]] but Jesus. This whole episode just screams of [[WebVideo/{{TheMysteriousMrEnter}} “End us, fucking end us, we’re out of ideas!”]] (On the subject of Mr Enter, I love the man, but I’m at least happy I’m able to [[WesternAnimation/TeenTitansGo trash this episode the night it aired]]) The only good things that this episode has going for it are the few [[SugarWiki/FunnyMoments funny moments]] (like the Timmy bot) and that Chloe is voiced by [[WesternAnimation/{{RickAndMorty}} Jessica]] and [[WesternAnimation/{{Breadwinners}} Keeta]], but it’s not a good start for your new season. To be fair though, I think that the follow up episode "Whittle Me This" is much better, with an appearance from [[Creator/{{AdamWest}} Catman]] and a HeartwarmingMoment with Cosmo and Wanda's anniversary, but I'm still confused: [[WhatHappenedToTheMouse Where are Poof and Sparky?!]][[note]]Recently, thanks to the [[YMMV/TheFairlyOddParents YMMV page]], I found out that [[WordOfGod Sparky's voice actor confirmed]] he won't return. [[AndThereWasMuchRejoicing Much rejoicing]] on my end. Still not sure about Poof, though.[[/note]]
15th Jun '16 9:26:01 AM Berrenta
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16th May '16 6:29:13 PM VulgarProboscidean
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** VulgarProboscidean: This is probably my least favorite Fairlyodd Parents episode for a number of reasons, but for me to pick a DMOS it would probably be the fact that Poof is nowhere to be found in this episode and not even mentioned, Sparky is kind of understandable because of his poor reception among fans in Season 9, but Poof had already became a notable cast member since his debut (this was already a problem with him randomly disappearing during Season 9 episodes), the fact the Foop appeaers in the episode doesn't help either.
17th Apr '16 3:26:51 PM jmac9345
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* Tropers/{{jmac9345}}: Right on the night it premieres, I’m gonna present “The Big Fairy Share Scare”. First, it just shows how this show relies a bit too heavily on ContinuitySnarl. Poof and Sparky are nowhere to be seen, and while it might be a CharacterRerailment for the entire series (bringing it back to its glory days, I guess), I don’t get it (If somebody who watched Season 9 religiously, and knows how this happened, please let me know). Don’t get me wrong [[TheScrappy I didn’t really like them either]], but I also don’t get how we’re back to just the original trio again ([[FridgeLogic yet Foop is still here]]). Second, the fact that Cosmo and Wanda become Chloe’s godparents along with Timmy completely breaks “Da Rules”. Wasn’t there a rule that if anybody finds out about your Fairy Godparents, they disappear forever? (EDIT: A YouTuber pointed out Remy Buxaplenty and Juandisimo together meeting Timmy with his fairies, but that just highlights [[SeriesContinuityError my first]] [[ContinuitySnarl problem]]) Timmy is shown with both the Fairies and Chloe all in the same room for half the episode! On top of that, they even mention Da Rules in the episode! Third, it just reeks of WereStillRelevantDammit! There’s the use of terms like “Duckface” and “Cray-Cray”. It’s [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking not as major a problem as the other two reasons why this episode is bad,]] but Jesus. This whole episode just screams of [[WebVideo/{{TheMysteriousMrEnter}} “End us, fucking end us, we’re out of ideas!”]] (On the subject of Mr Enter, I love the man, but I’m at least happy I’m able to [[WesternAnimation/TeenTitansGo trash this episode the night it aired]]) The only good things that this episode has going for it are the few [[SugarWiki/FunnyMoments funny moments]] (like the Timmy bot) and that Chloe is voiced by [[WesternAnimation/{{RickAndMorty}} Jessica]] and [[WesternAnimation/{{Breadwinners}} Keeta]], but it’s not a good start for your new season. To be fair though, I think that the follow up episode "Whittle Me This" is much better, with an appearance from [[Creator/{{AdamWest}} Catman]] and a HeartwarmingMoment with Cosmo and Wanda's anniversary, but I'm still confused: [[WhatHappenedToTheMouse Where are Poof and Sparky?!]]

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* Tropers/{{jmac9345}}: Right on the night it premieres, I’m gonna present “The Big Fairy Share Scare”. First, it just shows how this show relies a bit too heavily on ContinuitySnarl. Poof and Sparky are nowhere to be seen, and while it might be a CharacterRerailment for the entire series (bringing it back to its glory days, I guess), I don’t get it (If somebody who watched Season 9 religiously, and knows how this happened, please let me know). Don’t get me wrong [[TheScrappy I didn’t really like them either]], but I also don’t get how we’re back to just the original trio again ([[FridgeLogic yet Foop is still here]]). Second, the fact that Cosmo and Wanda become Chloe’s godparents along with Timmy completely breaks “Da Rules”. Wasn’t there a rule that if anybody finds out about your Fairy Godparents, they disappear forever? (EDIT: A YouTuber pointed out Remy Buxaplenty and Juandisimo together meeting Timmy with his fairies, but that just highlights [[SeriesContinuityError my first]] [[ContinuitySnarl problem]]) Timmy is shown with both the Fairies and Chloe all in the same room for half the episode! On top of that, they even mention Da Rules in the episode! Third, it just reeks of WereStillRelevantDammit! There’s the use of terms like “Duckface” and “Cray-Cray”. It’s [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking not as major a problem as the other two reasons why this episode is bad,]] but Jesus. This whole episode just screams of [[WebVideo/{{TheMysteriousMrEnter}} “End us, fucking end us, we’re out of ideas!”]] (On the subject of Mr Enter, I love the man, but I’m at least happy I’m able to [[WesternAnimation/TeenTitansGo trash this episode the night it aired]]) The only good things that this episode has going for it are the few [[SugarWiki/FunnyMoments funny moments]] (like the Timmy bot) and that Chloe is voiced by [[WesternAnimation/{{RickAndMorty}} Jessica]] and [[WesternAnimation/{{Breadwinners}} Keeta]], but it’s not a good start for your new season. To be fair though, I think that the follow up episode "Whittle Me This" is much better, with an appearance from [[Creator/{{AdamWest}} Catman]] and a HeartwarmingMoment with Cosmo and Wanda's anniversary, but I'm still confused: [[WhatHappenedToTheMouse Where are Poof and Sparky?!]] Sparky?!]][[note]]Recently, thanks to the [[YMMV/TheFairlyOddParents YMMV page]], I found out that [[WordOfGod Sparky's voice actor confirmed]] he won't return. [[AndThereWasMuchRejoicing Much rejoicing]] on my end. Still not sure about Poof, though.[[/note]]
14th Apr '16 7:47:00 AM TheOneWhoTropes
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* Tropers/{{jmac9345}}: Right on the night it premieres, I’m gonna present “The Big Fairy Share Scare”. First, it just shows how this show relies a bit too heavily on ContinuitySnarl. Poof and Sparky are nowhere to be seen, and while it might be a CharacterRerailment for the entire series (bringing it back to its glory days, I guess), I don’t get it (If somebody who watched Season 9 religiously, and knows how this happened, please let me know). Don’t get me wrong [[TheScrappy I didn’t really like them either]], but I also don’t get how we’re back to just the original trio again ([[FridgeLogic yet Foop is still here]]). Second, the fact that Cosmo and Wanda become Chloe’s godparents along with Timmy completely breaks “Da Rules”. Wasn’t there a rule that if anybody finds out about your Fairy Godparents, they disappear forever? (EDIT: A YouTuber pointed out Remy Buxaplenty and Juandisimo together meeting Timmy with his fairies, but that just highlights [[SeriesContinuityError my first]] [[ContinuitySnarl problem]]) Timmy is shown with both the Fairies and Chloe all in the same room for half the episode! On top of that, they even mention Da Rules in the episode! Third, it just reeks of WereStillRelevantDammit! There’s the use of terms like “Duckface” and “Cray-Cray”. It’s [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking not as major a problem as the other two reasons why this episode is bad,]] but Jesus. This whole episode just screams of [[WebVideo/{{TheMysteriousMrEnter}} “End us, fucking end us, we’re out of ideas!”]] (On the subject of Mr Enter, I love the man, but I’m at least happy I’m able to [[WesternAnimation/TeenTitansGo trash this episode the night it aired]]) The only good things that this episode has going for it are the few [[SugarWiki/FunnyMoments funny moments]] (like the Timmy bot) and that Chloe is [[HeyItsThatVoice voiced by]] [[WesternAnimation/{{RickAndMorty}} Jessica]] and [[WesternAnimation/{{Breadwinners}} Keeta]], but it’s not a good start for your new season. To be fair though, I think that the follow up episode "Whittle Me This" is much better, with an appearance from [[Creator/{{AdamWest}} Catman]] and a HeartwarmingMoment with Cosmo and Wanda's anniversary, but I'm still confused: [[WhatHappenedToTheMouse Where are Poof and Sparky?!]]

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* Tropers/{{jmac9345}}: Right on the night it premieres, I’m gonna present “The Big Fairy Share Scare”. First, it just shows how this show relies a bit too heavily on ContinuitySnarl. Poof and Sparky are nowhere to be seen, and while it might be a CharacterRerailment for the entire series (bringing it back to its glory days, I guess), I don’t get it (If somebody who watched Season 9 religiously, and knows how this happened, please let me know). Don’t get me wrong [[TheScrappy I didn’t really like them either]], but I also don’t get how we’re back to just the original trio again ([[FridgeLogic yet Foop is still here]]). Second, the fact that Cosmo and Wanda become Chloe’s godparents along with Timmy completely breaks “Da Rules”. Wasn’t there a rule that if anybody finds out about your Fairy Godparents, they disappear forever? (EDIT: A YouTuber pointed out Remy Buxaplenty and Juandisimo together meeting Timmy with his fairies, but that just highlights [[SeriesContinuityError my first]] [[ContinuitySnarl problem]]) Timmy is shown with both the Fairies and Chloe all in the same room for half the episode! On top of that, they even mention Da Rules in the episode! Third, it just reeks of WereStillRelevantDammit! There’s the use of terms like “Duckface” and “Cray-Cray”. It’s [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking not as major a problem as the other two reasons why this episode is bad,]] but Jesus. This whole episode just screams of [[WebVideo/{{TheMysteriousMrEnter}} “End us, fucking end us, we’re out of ideas!”]] (On the subject of Mr Enter, I love the man, but I’m at least happy I’m able to [[WesternAnimation/TeenTitansGo trash this episode the night it aired]]) The only good things that this episode has going for it are the few [[SugarWiki/FunnyMoments funny moments]] (like the Timmy bot) and that Chloe is [[HeyItsThatVoice voiced by]] by [[WesternAnimation/{{RickAndMorty}} Jessica]] and [[WesternAnimation/{{Breadwinners}} Keeta]], but it’s not a good start for your new season. To be fair though, I think that the follow up episode "Whittle Me This" is much better, with an appearance from [[Creator/{{AdamWest}} Catman]] and a HeartwarmingMoment with Cosmo and Wanda's anniversary, but I'm still confused: [[WhatHappenedToTheMouse Where are Poof and Sparky?!]]
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