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23rd Aug '17 11:09:36 PM TommyTiger
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** [=TomPhanto=]: As the episode implied that everyone Timmy knew would be happier if they never existed, they made it sound like Timmy is the only character that Francis bullies, Vicky tortures, even though they show that it's not the case in several episodes. It also implies that AJ has hair and in college without Timmy around. Timmy's question about how that's his fault sums it up perfectly. It's just insulting that Timmy, who has saved Fairy World and the real world several times, would be shown an alternate reality where everyone is ten times happier without him, even if Jorgen was just testing him. But what really bothered me was how Jorgen opens the "Dimension For Kids Who Improved The World By Wishing They Were Never Born", and you see flames coming out of the crevasse. [[DoesThisRemindYouOfAnything Look familiar?]] This was easily the most mean-spirited the show has ever gotten. WesternAnimation/BeavisAndButthead do an episode where they invert the ItsAWonderfulPlot trope a lot better than this episode did.

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** [=TomPhanto=]: As the episode implied that everyone Timmy knew would be happier if they never existed, they made it sound like Timmy is the only character that Francis bullies, bullies and Vicky tortures, even though they show that it's not the case in several episodes. It also implies that AJ has hair and in college without Timmy around. Timmy's question about how that's his fault sums it up perfectly. It's just insulting that Timmy, who has saved Fairy World and the real world several times, would be shown an alternate reality where everyone is ten times happier without him, even if Jorgen was just testing him. But what really bothered me was how Jorgen opens the "Dimension For Kids Who Improved The World By Wishing They Were Never Born", and you see flames coming out of the crevasse. [[DoesThisRemindYouOfAnything Look familiar?]] This was easily the most mean-spirited the show has ever gotten. WesternAnimation/BeavisAndButthead do an episode where they invert the ItsAWonderfulPlot trope a lot better than this episode did.
23rd Aug '17 9:56:18 AM ngh93
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** [=TomPhanto=]: As the episode implied that everyone Timmy knew would be happier if they never existed, they made it sound like Timmy is the only character that Francis bullies, Vicky tortures, even though they show that it's not the case in other episodes. It also implies that AJ has hair and in college without Timmy around. Timmy's question about how that's his fault sums it up perfectly. It's just insulting that Timmy, who has saved Fairy World and the real world several times, would be shown an alternate reality where everyone is ten times happier without him, even if Jorgen was just testing him. But what really bothered me was how Jorgen opens the "Dimension For Kids Who Improved The World By Wishing They Were Never Born", and you see flames coming out of the crevasse. [[DoesThisRemindYouOfAnything Look familiar?]] This was easily the most mean-spirited the show has ever gotten. WesternAnimation/BeavisAndButthead do an episode where they invert the ItsAWonderfulPlot trope a lot better than this episode did.

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** [=TomPhanto=]: As the episode implied that everyone Timmy knew would be happier if they never existed, they made it sound like Timmy is the only character that Francis bullies, Vicky tortures, even though they show that it's not the case in other several episodes. It also implies that AJ has hair and in college without Timmy around. Timmy's question about how that's his fault sums it up perfectly. It's just insulting that Timmy, who has saved Fairy World and the real world several times, would be shown an alternate reality where everyone is ten times happier without him, even if Jorgen was just testing him. But what really bothered me was how Jorgen opens the "Dimension For Kids Who Improved The World By Wishing They Were Never Born", and you see flames coming out of the crevasse. [[DoesThisRemindYouOfAnything Look familiar?]] This was easily the most mean-spirited the show has ever gotten. WesternAnimation/BeavisAndButthead do an episode where they invert the ItsAWonderfulPlot trope a lot better than this episode did.
22nd Aug '17 7:36:55 PM ngh93
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** [=TomPhanto=]: As the episode implied that everyone Timmy knew would be happier if they never existed, they made it sound like Timmy is the only character that Francis bullies, Vicky tortures, even though they show that it's not the case in early episodes. It also implies that AJ has hair and in college without Timmy around. Timmy's question about how that's his fault sums it up perfectly. It's just insulting that Timmy, who has saved Fairy World and the real world several times, would be shown an alternate reality where everyone is ten times happier without him, even if Jorgen was just testing him. But what really bothered me was how Jorgen opens the "Dimension For Kids Who Improved The World By Wishing They Were Never Born", and you see flames coming out of the crevasse. [[DoesThisRemindYouOfAnything Look familiar?]] This was easily the most mean-spirited the show has ever gotten. WesternAnimation/BeavisAndButthead do an episode where they invert the ItsAWonderfulPlot trope a lot better than this episode did.

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** [=TomPhanto=]: As the episode implied that everyone Timmy knew would be happier if they never existed, they made it sound like Timmy is the only character that Francis bullies, Vicky tortures, even though they show that it's not the case in early other episodes. It also implies that AJ has hair and in college without Timmy around. Timmy's question about how that's his fault sums it up perfectly. It's just insulting that Timmy, who has saved Fairy World and the real world several times, would be shown an alternate reality where everyone is ten times happier without him, even if Jorgen was just testing him. But what really bothered me was how Jorgen opens the "Dimension For Kids Who Improved The World By Wishing They Were Never Born", and you see flames coming out of the crevasse. [[DoesThisRemindYouOfAnything Look familiar?]] This was easily the most mean-spirited the show has ever gotten. WesternAnimation/BeavisAndButthead do an episode where they invert the ItsAWonderfulPlot trope a lot better than this episode did.
9th Aug '17 2:36:02 PM ngh93
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* Tropers/JohnnyNevada: "Timmy's 2D House of Horror" was pretty wretched for me. Not only did we get more of Cosmo bad-mouthing the idea of being married, but we get a heavy dose of Vicky's parents being more cowardly than [[ScoobyDoo Shaggy Rogers]] and afraid of their own daughter. Yes, Vicky's evil, but terrorizing her own parents seems pretty far removed from the earlier episodes (such as "Homewrecker", where she's concerned about getting in trouble with her parents after Timmy trashes her house). It also comes off as annoying versus funny...if push came to shove, I'd think two middle-aged adults could easily take on an annoying skinny teenage girl, Vicky's use of weapons or not. Adults have easily beaten Vicky up before in the series... see the ending of "Miss Dimmsdale".

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* Tropers/JohnnyNevada: "Timmy's 2D House of Horror" was pretty wretched for me. Not only did we get more of Cosmo bad-mouthing the idea of being married, but we get a heavy dose of Vicky's parents being more cowardly than [[ScoobyDoo Shaggy Rogers]] and afraid of their own daughter. Yes, Vicky's evil, but terrorizing her own parents seems pretty far removed from the earlier episodes (such as "Homewrecker", where she's concerned about getting in trouble with her parents after Timmy trashes her house). It also comes off as annoying versus funny...if funny. In fact, it's not funny at all, it's just pathetic! If push came to shove, I'd think two middle-aged adults could easily take on an annoying skinny teenage girl, Vicky's use of weapons or not. Adults have easily beaten Vicky up before in the series... see the ending of "Miss Dimmsdale".
26th Jul '17 10:49:48 AM PhantomHeartless5
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* [=PhantomHeartless5=]: I normally don't like changing my [=DMOS=], but after watching "Dimmsdale Daze", I had to change it. "A Sash and a Rash" had a dumb plot. This has a dumb plot and a dumb moral. Okay, Chloe wants to go to Dimmsdale Daze, but her parents won't let her. In a fit of anger, she wishes she could be a parent. And this is where the episode starts to fall apart. Because Chloe is now to old to have fairies, Cosmo and Wanda are no longer her fairies. And since she's sharing them with Timmy, that means he doesn't get to keep them either. That's stupid. They were his fairies to begin with. Shouldn't he automatically get them back? The fact that this doesn't seem to bother him is also a bit odd. Anyway, because of her wish, Chloe's parents are turned into kids and they all go to Dimmsdale Daze, where she gets put through the wringer by Timmy, her parents, and Timmy's Dad (who's in this episode because why not?). Understandably, after such a horrible day, she yells at the kids and forbids them to go to Dimmsdale Daze. And this where the episode's true [=DMOS=] comes in. Because she had the nerve to yell at her kids, this apparently made them so miserable that they qualified to have Cosmo and Wanda as their Godparents. Not only is that is such a blatant violation of the show's rules, [[FamilyUnfriendlyAesop but it also sends the message that if you're a parent and you try to set rules for your children, you're a bad parent.]] I seriously wanted to throw my remote at the TV after watching this episode. This was such a disgusting insult to parents everywhere. As I said in my Season 10 review, this show needs to disappear. If it was showing some improvement like ''Spongebob'', then maybe I can say it could last another season, but at this point, the show is virtually dead.

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* [=PhantomHeartless5=]: I normally don't like changing my [=DMOS=], but after watching "Dimmsdale Daze", I had to change it. "A Sash and a Rash" had a dumb plot. This has a dumb plot and a dumb moral. Okay, Chloe wants to go to Dimmsdale Daze, but her parents won't let her. In a fit of anger, she wishes she could be a parent. And this is where the episode starts to fall apart. Because Chloe is now to too old to have fairies, Cosmo and Wanda are no longer her fairies. And since she's sharing them with Timmy, that means he doesn't get to keep them either. That's stupid. They were his fairies to begin with. Shouldn't he automatically get them back? The fact that this doesn't seem to bother him is also a bit odd. Anyway, because of her wish, Chloe's parents are turned into kids and they all go to Dimmsdale Daze, where she gets put through the wringer by Timmy, her parents, and Timmy's Dad (who's in this episode because why not?). Understandably, after such a horrible day, she yells at the kids and forbids them to go to Dimmsdale Daze. And this where the episode's true [=DMOS=] comes in. Because she had the nerve to yell at her kids, this apparently made them so miserable that they qualified to have Cosmo and Wanda as their Godparents. Not only is that is such a blatant violation of the show's rules, [[FamilyUnfriendlyAesop but it also sends the message that if you're a parent and you try to set rules for your children, you're a bad parent.]] I seriously wanted to throw my remote at the TV after watching this episode. This was such a disgusting insult to parents everywhere. As I said in my Season 10 review, this show needs to disappear. If it was showing some improvement like ''Spongebob'', then maybe I can say it could last another season, but at this point, the show is virtually dead.
26th Jul '17 10:48:57 AM PhantomHeartless5
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* [=PhantomHeartless5=]: I normally don't like changing my [=DMOS=], but after watching "Dimmsdale Daze", I had to change it. "A Sash and a Rash" had a dumb plot. This has a dumb plot and a dumb moral. Okay, Chloe wants to go to Dimmsdale Daze, but her parents won't let her. In a fit of anger, she wishes she could be a parent. And this is where the episode starts to fall apart. Because Chloe is now to old to have fairies, Cosmo and Wanda are no longer her fairies. And since she's sharing them with Timmy, that means he doesn't get to keep them either. That's stupid. They were his fairies to begin with. Shouldn't he automatically get them back? The fact that this doesn't seem to bother him is also a bit odd. Anyway, because of her wish, Chloe's parents are turned into kids and they all go to Dimmsdale Daze, where she gets put through the wringer by Timmy, her parents, and Timmy's Dad (who's in this episode because why not?). Understandably, after such a horrible day, she yells at the kids and forbids them to go to Dimmsdale Daze. And this where the episode's true [=DMOS=] comes in. Because she had the nerve to yell at her kids, this apparently made them so miserable that they qualified to have Cosmo and Wanda as their Godparents. Not only is that is such a blatant violation of the show's rules, [[FamilyUnfriendlyAesop but it also sends the message that if you're a parent and you try to set rules for your children, you're a bad parent.]] I seriously wanted to throw my remote at the TV after watching this episode. This was such a disgusting insult to parents everywhere. As I said in my Season 10 review, this show needs to disappear. If it was showing some improvement like ''Spongebob'', then maybe I can say it could last another season, but at this point, this show is virtually dead at this point.

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* [=PhantomHeartless5=]: I normally don't like changing my [=DMOS=], but after watching "Dimmsdale Daze", I had to change it. "A Sash and a Rash" had a dumb plot. This has a dumb plot and a dumb moral. Okay, Chloe wants to go to Dimmsdale Daze, but her parents won't let her. In a fit of anger, she wishes she could be a parent. And this is where the episode starts to fall apart. Because Chloe is now to old to have fairies, Cosmo and Wanda are no longer her fairies. And since she's sharing them with Timmy, that means he doesn't get to keep them either. That's stupid. They were his fairies to begin with. Shouldn't he automatically get them back? The fact that this doesn't seem to bother him is also a bit odd. Anyway, because of her wish, Chloe's parents are turned into kids and they all go to Dimmsdale Daze, where she gets put through the wringer by Timmy, her parents, and Timmy's Dad (who's in this episode because why not?). Understandably, after such a horrible day, she yells at the kids and forbids them to go to Dimmsdale Daze. And this where the episode's true [=DMOS=] comes in. Because she had the nerve to yell at her kids, this apparently made them so miserable that they qualified to have Cosmo and Wanda as their Godparents. Not only is that is such a blatant violation of the show's rules, [[FamilyUnfriendlyAesop but it also sends the message that if you're a parent and you try to set rules for your children, you're a bad parent.]] I seriously wanted to throw my remote at the TV after watching this episode. This was such a disgusting insult to parents everywhere. As I said in my Season 10 review, this show needs to disappear. If it was showing some improvement like ''Spongebob'', then maybe I can say it could last another season, but at this point, this the show is virtually dead at this point.dead.
26th Jul '17 10:48:14 AM PhantomHeartless5
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* [=PhantomHeartless5=]: Just when I think this show can't get any worse, it finds a way to top itself. The episode "A Sash and a Rash" perfectly displays everything wrong with this new season. Okay, the episode has Chloe getting a rash which she believes is stress-related from all the good deeds she does around Dimmsdale, so she wishes she could slack off. And that's when things go straight down the proverbial rabbit hole to Hell. It turns out that without Chloe doing good deeds, Dimmsdale plunges into complete chaos (Crocker becomes [[Disney/TheHunchbackOfNotreDame The Hunchback of Dimmsdale]], kids are being chased by clowns who are being chased by hyenas, the feral cats have formed into a raging [[Film/{{Sharknado}} catnado]], Timmy's Dad has an armed nuclear submarine, and [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking old ladies can't cross the street]]), basically confirming that Chloe is an obnoxious MarySue. [[TemptingFate Can't get any worse, right?]] Wrong. It turns out that her rash wasn't from stress, it was from fleas that was on the "Person of the Year" sash Chompy the Goat gave her, effectively rendering her wish, and the episode, pointless. I can't put into enough words how hard I facepalmed at that. That was the dumbest AssPull I ever saw in an episode. And then there's the tired RunningGag of Cosmo and Wanda losing their wands for the umpteenth time so Chloe would be the only one to save the day. If this wasn't proof that this show has been reduced to a pathetic shell of itself, I dunno what is.


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* [=PhantomHeartless5=]: I normally don't like changing my [=DMOS=], but after watching "Dimmsdale Daze", I had to change it. "A Sash and a Rash" had a dumb plot. This has a dumb plot and a dumb moral. Okay, Chloe wants to go to Dimmsdale Daze, but her parents won't let her. In a fit of anger, she wishes she could be a parent. And this is where the episode starts to fall apart. Because Chloe is now to old to have fairies, Cosmo and Wanda are no longer her fairies. And since she's sharing them with Timmy, that means he doesn't get to keep them either. That's stupid. They were his fairies to begin with. Shouldn't he automatically get them back? The fact that this doesn't seem to bother him is also a bit odd. Anyway, because of her wish, Chloe's parents are turned into kids and they all go to Dimmsdale Daze, where she gets put through the wringer by Timmy, her parents, and Timmy's Dad (who's in this episode because why not?). Understandably, after such a horrible day, she yells at the kids and forbids them to go to Dimmsdale Daze. And this where the episode's true [=DMOS=] comes in. Because she had the nerve to yell at her kids, this apparently made them so miserable that they qualified to have Cosmo and Wanda as their Godparents. Not only is that is such a blatant violation of the show's rules, [[FamilyUnfriendlyAesop but it also sends the message that if you're a parent and you try to set rules for your children, you're a bad parent.]] I seriously wanted to throw my remote at the TV after watching this episode. This was such a disgusting insult to parents everywhere. As I said in my Season 10 review, this show needs to disappear. If it was showing some improvement like ''Spongebob'', then maybe I can say it could last another season, but at this point, this show is virtually dead at this point.
14th Jul '17 8:51:32 AM SorPepita
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** thetoonamirose: I haven't seen the episode yet with exception from a clip on MTV's site, but I saw the opening and it was baaaaaad, it was cropped up horribly with clips from the aformentioned... clip and dubbed over verses from the theme with a two-person chorus instead of the whole chorus along with Timmy and Cloe (but I'll admit, the lyrics Timmy sings cracked me up); Nick should have let this show die when they had the chance.

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** thetoonamirose: I haven't seen the episode yet with exception from a clip on MTV's site, but I saw the opening and it was baaaaaad, it was cropped up horribly with clips from the aformentioned... aforementioned... clip and dubbed over verses from the theme with a two-person chorus instead of the whole chorus along with Timmy and Cloe Chloe (but I'll admit, the lyrics Timmy sings cracked me up); Nick should have let this show die when they had the chance.



** supernintendo128: Every time I think that this show has hit rock bottom, it always finds a way to dig deeper, in this case with the introduction of Chloe, whose very existance is a blatent slap in the face to continuity. The single worst part of the episode is when after all of the build up for how [[MarySue annoyingly perfect]] she is, they then try to haphazardly explain why she has fairies towards the end while somehow managing to contridict the rest of the episode. Near the end, it is revealed that [[spoiler: some of her actions that mean well end up making things worse off, like when she pulled a splinter out a monster's foot, only for said monster to start attacking the town,]] serving as a flimsy reason to justify giving Chloe fairies while every other aspect of her life is perfectly fine. I give up.
** VulgarProboscidean: This is probably my least favorite Fairly [=OddParents=] 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 appears in the episode doesn't help either.

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** supernintendo128: Every time I think that this show has hit rock bottom, it always finds a way to dig deeper, in this case with the introduction of Chloe, whose very existance is a blatent slap in the face to continuity. The single worst part of the episode is when after all of the build up for how [[MarySue annoyingly perfect]] she is, they then try to haphazardly explain why she has fairies towards the end while somehow managing to contridict contradict the rest of the episode. Near the end, it is revealed that [[spoiler: some of her actions that mean well end up making things worse off, like when she pulled a splinter out a monster's foot, only for said monster to start attacking the town,]] serving as a flimsy reason to justify giving Chloe fairies while every other aspect of her life is perfectly fine. I give up.
** VulgarProboscidean: This is probably my least favorite Fairly [=OddParents=] 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, 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), and the fact the Foop appears in the episode doesn't help either.
14th Jul '17 8:46:06 AM SorPepita
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* {{Zeanobia}}: "Love Struck!" is nothing but a big middle-finger to LGBT societies! Just because all women are separated, there's almost no love left? And one single straight pairing is enough to power up cupid all of sudden? The moral is supposed to be that love is important, but I feel too offended by it's homophobic implications to even notice that asoep. What does it mean when {{Ladyland}} equals a void anyway?

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* {{Zeanobia}}: "Love Struck!" is nothing but a big middle-finger to LGBT societies! Just because all women are separated, there's almost no love left? And one single straight pairing is enough to power up cupid Cupid all of sudden? The moral is supposed to be that love is important, but I feel too offended by it's its homophobic implications to even notice that asoep.aesop. What does it mean when {{Ladyland}} equals a void anyway?



* fluffything: ''Fairly Oddparents'' is one of those shows that has moments that are terrible, but usually they're not downright offensive. I say usually because this is one of those downright offensive moments. Namely the (in)famous episode known as "Twistory". Why is it a DMOS and why is it offensive? Because it manages to insult two (Count em! Two!) countries at the same time. The episode basically boils down to Timmy wishing he could interview some of the Founding Fathers (In this case George Washington, Ben Franklin, and Thomas Jefferson) for his report on the American Revolution. It starts out funny enough (Though, Washington's obsession with chopping wood was nothing short of obnoxious), but it gets ugly when Timmy's wish changes history. And, here, folks, here is where we enter the DMOS zone. The alternate history Timmy accidentally creates is pretty much a world where the USA remains a British colony complete with stereotypical Cockney accents, bad hygiene, and ''no advancements in technology since the 1700s''. Wow, just...wow. I didn't even make this episode and I still want to go up to every British person in the world and go "I'm so sorry this episode exists". It's no wonder Nickelodeon rarely (if ever) airs it during reruns of the show.

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* fluffything: ''Fairly Oddparents'' is one of those shows that has moments that are terrible, but usually they're not downright offensive. I say usually because this is one of those downright offensive moments. Namely the (in)famous episode known as "Twistory". Why is it a DMOS and why is it offensive? Because it manages to insult two (Count em! Two!) countries at the same time. The episode basically boils down to Timmy wishing he could interview some of the Founding Fathers (In this case George Washington, Ben Franklin, and Thomas Jefferson) for his report on the American Revolution. It starts out funny enough (Though, Washington's obsession with chopping wood was nothing short of obnoxious), but it gets ugly when Timmy's wish changes history. And, here, folks, here is where we enter the DMOS zone. The alternate history Timmy accidentally creates is pretty much a world where the USA remains a British colony complete with stereotypical Cockney accents, bad hygiene, and ''no advancements in technology since the 1700s''. Wow, just... wow. I didn't even make this episode and I still want to go up to every British person in the world and go "I'm so sorry this episode exists". It's no wonder Nickelodeon rarely (if ever) airs it during reruns of the show.



* Tropers/FOPTroper: No list would be complete without the infamous It's A Wishful Life, a very demented subversion of ItsAWonderfulPlot. Basically, the entire episode states that Timmy is responsible for all the bad things in his life, in his community and even the world. In other words, the world would be better off if Timmy was [[DrivenToSuicide no longer around]]. The fact he nearly erase himself is very disturbing. The episode tries to fix this by stating the reason for this was to teach Timmy a lesson; earlier in the episode, he was doing favors for people, and they were not simply ungrateful, they were being a JerkAss about it. Timmy, though, is the one who needs the lesson that you should not do good things for praise.

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* Tropers/FOPTroper: No list would be complete without the infamous It's A Wishful Life, a very demented subversion of ItsAWonderfulPlot. Basically, the entire episode states that Timmy is responsible for all the bad things in his life, in his community and even the world. In other words, the world would be better off if Timmy was [[DrivenToSuicide no longer around]]. The fact he nearly erase erases himself is very disturbing. The episode tries to fix this by stating the reason for this was to teach Timmy a lesson; earlier in the episode, he was doing favors for people, and they were not simply ungrateful, they were being a JerkAss about it. Timmy, though, is the one who needs the lesson that you should not do good things for praise.



** 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.

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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."), 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.



* Tropers/anoni: To be honest one sign that this show has overstayed it's welcome is "Open Wide and Say Ahhh!". Basically, Timmy has to get his tonsils removed. For the mandatory conflict, Vicky is the doctor operating on him. Instead of a Tonsilectomy, he's getting a "Twerp-ectomy", which apparently not only removes his tonsils, but his will to live! That's right! Vicky plans to perform a surgery on Timmy that will kill him. Timmy's parent, even dumber than usual, sign him up for it because it will give them 5 nights in Hawaii. Have fun mourning your dead kid in Hawaii. There's also the fact that what kind of hospital will allow such a procedure to be performed? By the way, remember when Vicky's best weapon was blackmail and actually became concerned if something may have happened to the kids she babysat, just so she wouldn't get in trouble? The writers don't.

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* Tropers/anoni: To be honest one sign that this show has overstayed it's its welcome is "Open Wide and Say Ahhh!". Basically, Timmy has to get his tonsils removed. For the mandatory conflict, Vicky is the doctor operating on him. Instead of a Tonsilectomy, he's getting a "Twerp-ectomy", which apparently not only removes his tonsils, but his will to live! That's right! Vicky plans to perform a surgery on Timmy that will kill him. Timmy's parent, even dumber than usual, sign him up for it because it will give them 5 nights in Hawaii. Have fun mourning your dead kid in Hawaii. There's also the fact that what kind of hospital will allow such a procedure to be performed? By the way, remember when Vicky's best weapon was blackmail and actually became concerned if something may have happened to the kids she babysat, just so she wouldn't get in trouble? The writers don't.



* Tropers/{{AustinHinton}}: This Tropers personal DMoS is the Season 9 episode "Fairly Odd Pet". The basic plot is that Timmy wants a dog (because wish-granting fairies just arn't enough, right?), but his parents refuse to let him get one, despite Timmy having pets in prior episodes (Eddy anyone?). So what does Timmy do? Set off his moms allergies to cats, and as someone who is very allergic to certain substances, this isn't a fun experience. But the worst is yet to come, Timmy and co. get a "fairy dog" Sparky. And he is the most obnoxious, self-centered (he dosnt care that Timmy nearly dies, twice) {{Jerkass}} in the show's history. Not only is his voice painfully bad, his whole character boils down to "I'm a dog, it's ok if I do bad dog stuff, 'cause I'm just a dog". I held out hopes for this show, even during its darker days, but "Fairly Odd Pet" was a punch to the metaphorical stomach.

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* Tropers/{{AustinHinton}}: This Tropers Troper's personal DMoS is the Season 9 episode "Fairly Odd Pet". The basic plot is that Timmy wants a dog (because wish-granting fairies just arn't aren't enough, right?), but his parents refuse to let him get one, despite Timmy having pets in prior episodes (Eddy anyone?). So what does Timmy do? Set off his moms mom's allergies to cats, and as someone who is very allergic to certain substances, this isn't a fun experience. But the worst is yet to come, come: Timmy and co. get a "fairy dog" dog", Sparky. And he is the most obnoxious, self-centered (he dosnt doesn't care that about Timmy nearly dies, twice) dying, ''twice'') {{Jerkass}} in the show's history. Not only is his voice painfully bad, his whole character boils down to "I'm a dog, it's ok if I do bad dog stuff, 'cause I'm just a dog". I held out hopes for this show, even during its darker days, but "Fairly Odd Pet" was a punch to the metaphorical stomach.



** thetoonamirose: I haven't seen the episode yet with exception from a clip on MTV's site, but I saw the opening and it was baaaaaad, it was cropped up horribly with clips from the aformentioned....clip and dubbed over verses from the theme with a two-person chorus instead of the whole chorus along with Timmy and Cloe (but I'll admit, the lyrics Timmy sings cracked me up); Nick should have let this show die when they had the chance.

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** thetoonamirose: I haven't seen the episode yet with exception from a clip on MTV's site, but I saw the opening and it was baaaaaad, it was cropped up horribly with clips from the aformentioned....aformentioned... clip and dubbed over verses from the theme with a two-person chorus instead of the whole chorus along with Timmy and Cloe (but I'll admit, the lyrics Timmy sings cracked me up); Nick should have let this show die when they had the chance.
9th Jul '17 9:27:57 AM MrJeperson
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** My personal DMOS was the BigLippedAlligatorMoment with the Anti-Fairies in the middle of "The Great Fairy Share Scare." For context, Timmy has just wished Fridays out of existance, and [[TheScrappy Foop]] shows up. He claims that Timmy [[RetGone Retgonning]] Fridays will bring about TheEndOfTheWorldAsWeKnowIt. Cue the entire Anti-Fairy population attacking Dimmsdale. My problem is this: If there are no Fridays, there are, logically, no Friday the Thirteenths. As most of us know, Anti-Fairies can only show up on Friday the Thirteen, so how is it possible for an entire swarm of Anti-Fairies to be present in Dimmsdale? Apparently, it's because the Big Wand charges on Fridays and also protects Dimmsdale from the Anti-Fairies. My WillingSuspensionOfDisbelief can only go so far, people. Personally, I regard Anti-Fairies as SeriousBusiness due to [[TheyWastedAPerfectlyGoodCharacter their interesting concept and potential,]] so this AssPull was enough to make me want to ShootTheTelevision. ~Commander Peepidot

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** My personal DMOS was the BigLippedAlligatorMoment scene with the Anti-Fairies in the middle of "The Great Fairy Share Scare." For context, Timmy has just wished Fridays out of existance, and [[TheScrappy Foop]] shows up. He claims that Timmy [[RetGone Retgonning]] Fridays will bring about TheEndOfTheWorldAsWeKnowIt. Cue the entire Anti-Fairy population attacking Dimmsdale. My problem is this: If there are no Fridays, there are, logically, no Friday the Thirteenths. As most of us know, Anti-Fairies can only show up on Friday the Thirteen, so how is it possible for an entire swarm of Anti-Fairies to be present in Dimmsdale? Apparently, it's because the Big Wand charges on Fridays and also protects Dimmsdale from the Anti-Fairies. My WillingSuspensionOfDisbelief can only go so far, people. Personally, I regard Anti-Fairies as SeriousBusiness due to [[TheyWastedAPerfectlyGoodCharacter their interesting concept and potential,]] so this AssPull was enough to make me want to ShootTheTelevision. ~Commander Peepidot
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