History DethroningMoment / TheFairlyOddparents

7th Dec '17 5:20:15 AM ngh93
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** Tropers/{{ngh93}}: Even the writers abandon all logic. They act like Timmy is Vicky's ONLY target, when they know full well Vicky was a babysitter before she knew Timmy; logically, her not being his babysitter means she's still ''A'' babysitter, just some other kidsí problem. In fact, not even Vicky seems to realize that there are other kids to babysit besides Timmy. Worse still, every time Timmy wishes Vicky was another profession she becomes even more evil than she is--if that's even possible. She goes from terrorizing a low level job, to the mayor, to the president, to the dark overlord of everything that breathes. Finally in a "heroic sacrifice" really just the worst usage of status quo ever, Timmy wishes Vicky was his babysitter again and everything goes back to normal. Timmy's "sacrifice" of having Vicky remain his babysitter isn't heroic, it's extremely sad and depressing, and kids can easily take this as meaning you should let bullies bully you for the greater good. I know that isn't what the episode was trying to teach, but that's what it implies.

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** Tropers/{{ngh93}}: Even the writers abandon all logic. They act like Timmy is Vicky's ONLY target, when they know full well Vicky was a babysitter before she knew Timmy; logically, her not being his babysitter means she's still ''A'' babysitter, just some other kidsí problem. In fact, not even Vicky seems to realize that there are other kids to babysit besides Timmy. Worse still, every time Timmy wishes Vicky was another profession she becomes even more evil than she is--if that's even possible. She goes from terrorizing a low level job, to the mayor, to the president, to the dark overlord of everything that breathes. Finally in a "heroic sacrifice" really just the worst usage of status quo ever, Timmy wishes Vicky was his babysitter again and everything goes back to normal. Timmy's "sacrifice" of having Vicky remain his babysitter isn't heroic, it's extremely sad and depressing, and kids can easily take this as meaning you should let bullies bully you for the greater good. I know that isn't what the episode was trying to teach, but that's what it implies.
7th Dec '17 5:19:47 AM ngh93
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** Tropers/{{ngh93}}: Even the writers abandon all logic. They act like Timmy is Vicky's ONLY target, when they know full well Vicky was a babysitter before she knew Timmy; logically, her not being his babysitter means she's still ''A'' babysitter, just some other kidsí problem. In fact, not even Vicky seems to realize that there are other kids to babysit besides Timmy--which ironically makes her even dumber than han Timmy's parents! Worse still, every time Timmy wishes Vicky was another profession she becomes even more evil than she is--if that's even possible. She goes from terrorizing a low level job, to the mayor, to the president, to the dark overlord of everything that breathes. Finally in a "heroic sacrifice" really just the worst usage of status quo ever, Timmy wishes Vicky was his babysitter again and everything goes back to normal. Timmy's "sacrifice" of having Vicky remain his babysitter isn't heroic, it's extremely sad and depressing, and kids can easily take this as meaning you should let bullies bully you for the greater good. I know that isn't what the episode was trying to teach, but that's what it implies.

to:

** Tropers/{{ngh93}}: Even the writers abandon all logic. They act like Timmy is Vicky's ONLY target, when they know full well Vicky was a babysitter before she knew Timmy; logically, her not being his babysitter means she's still ''A'' babysitter, just some other kidsí problem. In fact, not even Vicky seems to realize that there are other kids to babysit besides Timmy--which ironically makes her even dumber than han Timmy's parents! Timmy. Worse still, every time Timmy wishes Vicky was another profession she becomes even more evil than she is--if that's even possible. She goes from terrorizing a low level job, to the mayor, to the president, to the dark overlord of everything that breathes. Finally in a "heroic sacrifice" really just the worst usage of status quo ever, Timmy wishes Vicky was his babysitter again and everything goes back to normal. Timmy's "sacrifice" of having Vicky remain his babysitter isn't heroic, it's extremely sad and depressing, and kids can easily take this as meaning you should let bullies bully you for the greater good. I know that isn't what the episode was trying to teach, but that's what it implies.
7th Dec '17 5:18:46 AM ngh93
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** Tropers/{{ngh93}}: Even the writers abandon all logic. They act like Timmy is Vicky's ONLY target, when they know full well Vicky was a babysitter before she knew Timmy; logically, her not being his babysitter means she's still ''A'' babysitter, just some other kidsí problem. Worse still, every time Timmy wishes Vicky was another profession she becomes even more evil than she is--if that's even possible. She goes from terrorizing a low level job, to the mayor, to the president, to the dark overlord of everything that breathes. Finally in a "heroic sacrifice" really just the worst usage of status quo ever, Timmy wishes Vicky was his babysitter again and everything goes back to normal. Timmy's "sacrifice" of having Vicky remain his babysitter isn't heroic, it's extremely sad and depressing, and kids can easily take this as meaning you should let bullies bully you for the greater good. I know that isn't what the episode was trying to teach, but that's what it implies.

to:

** Tropers/{{ngh93}}: Even the writers abandon all logic. They act like Timmy is Vicky's ONLY target, when they know full well Vicky was a babysitter before she knew Timmy; logically, her not being his babysitter means she's still ''A'' babysitter, just some other kidsí problem. In fact, not even Vicky seems to realize that there are other kids to babysit besides Timmy--which ironically makes her even dumber than han Timmy's parents! Worse still, every time Timmy wishes Vicky was another profession she becomes even more evil than she is--if that's even possible. She goes from terrorizing a low level job, to the mayor, to the president, to the dark overlord of everything that breathes. Finally in a "heroic sacrifice" really just the worst usage of status quo ever, Timmy wishes Vicky was his babysitter again and everything goes back to normal. Timmy's "sacrifice" of having Vicky remain his babysitter isn't heroic, it's extremely sad and depressing, and kids can easily take this as meaning you should let bullies bully you for the greater good. I know that isn't what the episode was trying to teach, but that's what it implies.
29th Nov '17 6:35:59 PM ngh93
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* Tropers/{{Ngh93}}: "Beach Blanket Bozos": Where Timmy and his parents take a vacation to Hawaii--but they ship Timmy in the cargo bay to make room for their surfboards. And of all characters, ''Wanda'', the Voice of Reason justifies that. And that's not even the worst part. Timmy wishes for his parents to be the best surfers in Hawaii, which unfortunately leads to a Wish Limbo. As Jorgen states, two people can't be the best at the same thing and Timmy must find a way to find something his parents care about more than surfing. After several failed attempts, what eventually cancels the wish? Timmy discovers the only thing Mr. & Mrs. Turner like better than surfing is apparently their son. PAH! I'd believe that if they didn't ship him in a dog crate and neglect and abuse him at every single turn! They used to be loving parents, but now they act like they never even gave birth to him!

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* Tropers/{{Ngh93}}: "Beach Blanket Bozos": Where Timmy and his parents take a vacation to Hawaii--but they ship Timmy in the cargo bay to make room for their surfboards. And of all characters, ''Wanda'', the Voice of Reason justifies that. And that's not even the worst part. Timmy wishes for his parents to be the best surfers in Hawaii, which unfortunately leads to a Wish Limbo. As Jorgen states, two people can't be the best at the same thing and Timmy must find a way to find something his parents care about more than surfing. After several failed attempts, what eventually cancels the wish? Timmy discovers the only thing Mr. & Mrs. Turner like better than surfing is apparently their son. PAH! I'd believe that if they didn't ship him in a dog crate and neglect and abuse him at every single turn! They used to be loving parents, extremely busy, but still genuinely cared for Timmy, but now they act like they never even gave birth to him!
22nd Nov '17 4:36:17 PM ngh93
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* Tropers/{{Ngh93}}: "Beach Blanket Bozos": Where Timmy and his parents take a vacation to Hawaii--but they ship Timmy in the cargo bay to make room for their surfboards. And of all characters, ''Wanda'', the Voice of Reason justifies that. And that's not even the worst part. Timmy wishes for his parents to be the best surfers in Hawaii which unfortunately leads to--a Wish Limbo--as Jorgen states, two people can't be the best at the same thing and Timmy must find a way to find something his parents care about more than surfing. After several failed attempts, what eventually cancels the wish? Timmy discovers the only thing Mr. & Mrs. Turner like better than surfing is apparently their son. PAH! I'd believe that if they didn't ship him in a dog crate and neglect and abuse him at every single turn! They used to be loving parents, but now they act like they never even gave birth to him!

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* Tropers/{{Ngh93}}: "Beach Blanket Bozos": Where Timmy and his parents take a vacation to Hawaii--but they ship Timmy in the cargo bay to make room for their surfboards. And of all characters, ''Wanda'', the Voice of Reason justifies that. And that's not even the worst part. Timmy wishes for his parents to be the best surfers in Hawaii Hawaii, which unfortunately leads to--a to a Wish Limbo--as Limbo. As Jorgen states, two people can't be the best at the same thing and Timmy must find a way to find something his parents care about more than surfing. After several failed attempts, what eventually cancels the wish? Timmy discovers the only thing Mr. & Mrs. Turner like better than surfing is apparently their son. PAH! I'd believe that if they didn't ship him in a dog crate and neglect and abuse him at every single turn! They used to be loving parents, but now they act like they never even gave birth to him!
20th Nov '17 4:43:18 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. 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".

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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. In fact, it's not funny at all, it's 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".
13th Nov '17 1:34:18 PM ngh93
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* Tropers/{{Ngh93}}: "Beach Blanket Bozos": Where Timmy and his parents take a vacation to Hawaii--but they ship Timmy in the cargo bay make room for their surfboards. And of all characters, ''Wanda'', the Voice of Reason justifies that. And that's not even the worst part. Timmy wishes for his parents to be the best surfers in Hawaii which unfortunately leads to--a Wish Limbo--as Jorgen states, two people can't be the best at the same thing and Timmy must find a way to find something his parents care about more than surfing. After several failed attempts, what eventually cancels the wish? Timmy discovers the only thing Mr. & Mrs. Turner like better than surfing is apparently their son. PAH! I'd believe that if they didn't ship him in a dog crate and neglect and abuse him at every single turn! They used to be loving parents, but now they act like they never even gave birth to him!

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* Tropers/{{Ngh93}}: "Beach Blanket Bozos": Where Timmy and his parents take a vacation to Hawaii--but they ship Timmy in the cargo bay to make room for their surfboards. And of all characters, ''Wanda'', the Voice of Reason justifies that. And that's not even the worst part. Timmy wishes for his parents to be the best surfers in Hawaii which unfortunately leads to--a Wish Limbo--as Jorgen states, two people can't be the best at the same thing and Timmy must find a way to find something his parents care about more than surfing. After several failed attempts, what eventually cancels the wish? Timmy discovers the only thing Mr. & Mrs. Turner like better than surfing is apparently their son. PAH! I'd believe that if they didn't ship him in a dog crate and neglect and abuse him at every single turn! They used to be loving parents, but now they act like they never even gave birth to him!
10th Nov '17 12:48:06 PM skullsnsouls91
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10th Nov '17 12:46:37 PM skullsnsouls91
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* cartoonfanman: A lot of Fairly Oddparents jokes today annoy me, but I can't really say that there was a joke out of that pile that really stands out to me as really really bad. However, I'm making an exception for the scene in "Certified Super Sitter" where [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l-6YJ9K-KNo Poof looks and talks like Donald Trump]]. This is The Fairly Oddparents, not fucking WesternAnimation/SouthPark!

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* cartoonfanman: A lot of Fairly Oddparents jokes today annoy me, but I can't really say that there was a joke out of that pile that really stands out to me as really really bad. However, I'm making an exception for the scene in "Certified Super Sitter" where [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l-6YJ9K-KNo com/watch?v=0XgwUp-SO7k Poof looks and talks like Donald Trump]]. This is The Fairly Oddparents, not fucking WesternAnimation/SouthPark!
10th Nov '17 7:00:18 AM ngh93
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* Tropers/{{Ngh93}}: "Beach Blanket Bozos": Where Timmy and his parents take a vacation to Hawaii--but they ship Timmy in the cargo bay make room for their surfboards. And of all characters, ''Wanda'', the Voice of Reason justifies that. And that's not even the worst part. Timmy wishes for his parents to be the best surfers in Hawaii which unfortunately leads to--a Wish Limbo--as Jorgen states, two people can't be the best at the same thing and Timmy must find a way to find something his parents care about more than surfing. After several failed attempts what eventually cancels the wish? Timmy discovers the only thing Mr. & Mrs. Turner like better than surfing is apparently their son. PAH! I'd believe that if they didn't ship him in a dog crate and neglect and abuse him at every single turn! They used to be loving parents, but now they act like they never even gave birth to him!

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* Tropers/{{Ngh93}}: "Beach Blanket Bozos": Where Timmy and his parents take a vacation to Hawaii--but they ship Timmy in the cargo bay make room for their surfboards. And of all characters, ''Wanda'', the Voice of Reason justifies that. And that's not even the worst part. Timmy wishes for his parents to be the best surfers in Hawaii which unfortunately leads to--a Wish Limbo--as Jorgen states, two people can't be the best at the same thing and Timmy must find a way to find something his parents care about more than surfing. After several failed attempts attempts, what eventually cancels the wish? Timmy discovers the only thing Mr. & Mrs. Turner like better than surfing is apparently their son. PAH! I'd believe that if they didn't ship him in a dog crate and neglect and abuse him at every single turn! They used to be loving parents, but now they act like they never even gave birth to him!
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