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20th Jan '17 11:48:06 AM cartoonnetworkfan
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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 Poof looks and talks like Donald Trump]]. This is The Fairly Oddparents! Not Oddparents, not fucking WesternAnimation/SouthPark!
20th Jan '17 11:47:07 AM cartoonnetworkfan
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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!
6th Nov '16 11:55:43 AM nombretomado
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* Tropers/FOPTroper: No list would be complete without the infamous It's A Wishful Life, a very demented subversion of the ItsAWonderfulLife trope. 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.
** [=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 ItsAWonderfulLife trope a lot better than this episode did.

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* Tropers/FOPTroper: No list would be complete without the infamous It's A Wishful Life, a very demented subversion of the ItsAWonderfulLife trope.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.
** [=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 ItsAWonderfulLife ItsAWonderfulPlot trope a lot better than this episode did.
16th Oct '16 10:36:53 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 yet again 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=]: 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.
16th Oct '16 9:58:28 AM SenorCornholio
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* [=SenorCornholio=]: I'll admit I've only really seen [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9J5eSVNnk9E this review of "Girly Squirrley"]], but from what I've seen it appears this show has learned nothing from its past blunders. The episode revolves around Timmy's Dad getting the Squirrley Scouts back together, and Chloe joins along and is, of course, [[MarySue perfect in every way]] [[TheComplainerIsAlwaysWrong while Timmy bitches and moans throughout]]. While this episode has plenty of apparent problems, such as AJ being the only original Squirrley Scout to return with the rest of them being nameless kids, as well as Timmy's Dad's usual LethallyStupid nature, my biggest problem has to do with Cosmo and Wanda's treatment. Basically, they get mistaken for lunch by a bear who [[MakesJustAsMuchSenseInContext happens to be their camp counselor]] and, [[ForgotAboutHisPowers instead of just poofing out of the bear]], they get the [[SarcasmMode brilliant idea]] of sticking their wands in a liquid they apparently never saw before, only to confirm it's stomach acid. Too little, too late, however; [[RunningGag their wands are rendered useless the entire rest of the episode]]. Okay, I understand that they needed an excuse for Timmy [[MyFriendsAndZoidberg (and Chloe)]] to be unable to use magic in this situation; I get that. But why in the holy name of the Fairy Council would they have it happen in such a contrived way? Even worse? [[TheComicallySerious Wanda's]] [[TookALevelInDumbass the one who proposes the idea!]] I get that they used to both be of equal intelligence back in the shorts, but that was back when Cosmo wasn't literally TooDumbToLive. Because of this, Wanda has essentially been reduced to another Cosmo all for the sake of a poorly executed DiabolusExMachina. I haven't watched this show in a good long while, and after hearing about this episode in all its stupid, I'm glad I abandoned WesternAnimation/TheFairlyOddParents. Which begs the question: why does this show keep running again?

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* [=SenorCornholio=]: I'll admit I've only really seen [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9J5eSVNnk9E this review of "Girly Squirrley"]], but from what I've seen it appears this show has learned nothing from its past blunders. The episode revolves around Timmy's Dad getting the Squirrley Scouts back together, and Chloe joins along and is, of course, [[MarySue perfect in every way]] [[TheComplainerIsAlwaysWrong while Timmy bitches and moans throughout]]. While this episode has plenty of apparent problems, such as AJ being the only original Squirrley Scout to return with the rest of them being nameless kids, as well as Timmy's Dad's usual LethallyStupid nature, my biggest problem has to do with Cosmo and Wanda's treatment. Basically, they get mistaken for lunch by a bear who [[MakesJustAsMuchSenseInContext happens to be their camp counselor]] and, [[ForgotAboutHisPowers instead of just poofing out of the bear]], they get the [[SarcasmMode brilliant idea]] of sticking their wands in a liquid they apparently never saw before, only to confirm it's stomach acid. Too little, too late, however; [[RunningGag their wands are rendered useless the entire rest of the episode]]. Okay, I understand that they needed an excuse for Timmy [[MyFriendsAndZoidberg (and Chloe)]] to be unable to use magic in this situation; I get that. But why in the holy name of the Fairy Council would they have it happen in such a contrived way? Even worse? [[TheComicallySerious Wanda's]] [[TookALevelInDumbass the one who proposes the idea!]] I get that they used to both be of equal intelligence back in the shorts, but that was back when Cosmo wasn't literally TooDumbToLive. Because of this, Wanda has essentially been reduced to another Cosmo all for the sake of a poorly executed DiabolusExMachina. I haven't watched this show in a good long while, and after hearing about this episode in all its stupid, I'm glad I abandoned WesternAnimation/TheFairlyOddParents. Which begs the question: why does this show keep running again?again? I mean, they already have their CashCowFranchise in the form of WesternAnimation/SpongeBobSquarePants, don't they?
16th Oct '16 9:56:19 AM SenorCornholio
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* [=SenorCornholio=]: I'll admit I've only really seen [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9J5eSVNnk9E this review of "Girly Squirrley"]], but from what I've seen it appears this show has learned nothing from its past blunders. The episode revolves around Timmy's Dad getting the Squirrley Scouts back together, and Chloe joins along and is, of course, [[MarySue perfect in every way]] [[TheComplainerIsAlwaysWrong while Timmy bitches and moans throughout]]. While this episode has plenty of apparent problems, such as AJ being the only original Squirrley Scout to return with the rest of them being nameless kids, as well as Timmy's Dad's usual LethallyStupid nature, my biggest problem has to do with Cosmo and Wanda's treatment. Basically, they get mistaken for lunch by a bear who [[MakesJustAsMuchSenseInContext happens to be their camp counselor]] and, [[ForgotAboutHisPowers instead of just poofing out of the bear]], they get the [[SarcasmMode brilliant idea]] of sticking their wands in a liquid they apparently never saw before, only to confirm it's stomach acid. Too little, too late, however; [[RunningGag their wands are pretty much useless the entire episode]]. Okay, I understand that they needed an excuse for Timmy [[MyFriendsAndZoidberg (and Chloe)]] to be unable to use magic in this situation; I get that. But why in the holy name of the Fairy Council would they have it happen in such a contrived way? Even worse? [[TheComicallySerious Wanda's]] [[TookALevelInDumbass the one who proposes the idea!]] I get that they used to both be of equal intelligence back in the shorts, but that was back when Cosmo wasn't literally TooDumbToLive. Because of this, Wanda has essentially been reduced to another Cosmo all for the sake of a poorly executed DiabolusExMachina. I haven't watched this show in a good long while, and after hearing about this episode in all its stupid, I'm glad I abandoned WesternAnimation/TheFairlyOddParents. Which begs the question: why does this show keep running again?

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* [=SenorCornholio=]: I'll admit I've only really seen [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9J5eSVNnk9E this review of "Girly Squirrley"]], but from what I've seen it appears this show has learned nothing from its past blunders. The episode revolves around Timmy's Dad getting the Squirrley Scouts back together, and Chloe joins along and is, of course, [[MarySue perfect in every way]] [[TheComplainerIsAlwaysWrong while Timmy bitches and moans throughout]]. While this episode has plenty of apparent problems, such as AJ being the only original Squirrley Scout to return with the rest of them being nameless kids, as well as Timmy's Dad's usual LethallyStupid nature, my biggest problem has to do with Cosmo and Wanda's treatment. Basically, they get mistaken for lunch by a bear who [[MakesJustAsMuchSenseInContext happens to be their camp counselor]] and, [[ForgotAboutHisPowers instead of just poofing out of the bear]], they get the [[SarcasmMode brilliant idea]] of sticking their wands in a liquid they apparently never saw before, only to confirm it's stomach acid. Too little, too late, however; [[RunningGag their wands are pretty much rendered useless the entire rest of the episode]]. Okay, I understand that they needed an excuse for Timmy [[MyFriendsAndZoidberg (and Chloe)]] to be unable to use magic in this situation; I get that. But why in the holy name of the Fairy Council would they have it happen in such a contrived way? Even worse? [[TheComicallySerious Wanda's]] [[TookALevelInDumbass the one who proposes the idea!]] I get that they used to both be of equal intelligence back in the shorts, but that was back when Cosmo wasn't literally TooDumbToLive. Because of this, Wanda has essentially been reduced to another Cosmo all for the sake of a poorly executed DiabolusExMachina. I haven't watched this show in a good long while, and after hearing about this episode in all its stupid, I'm glad I abandoned WesternAnimation/TheFairlyOddParents. Which begs the question: why does this show keep running again?
16th Oct '16 9:54:26 AM SenorCornholio
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* [=SenorCornholio=]: I'll admit I've only really seen [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9J5eSVNnk9E this review of "Girly Squirrley"]], but from what I've seen it appears this show has learned nothing from its past blunders. The episode revolves around Timmy's Dad getting the Squirrley Scouts back together, and Chloe joins along and is, of course, [[MarySue perfect in every way]] [[TheComplainerIsAlwaysWrong while Timmy bitches and moans about it]]. While this episode has plenty of apparent problems, such as AJ being the only original Squirrley Scout to return with the rest of them being nameless kids, as well as Timmy's Dad's usual LethallyStupid nature, my biggest problem has to do with Cosmo and Wanda's treatment. Basically, they get mistaken for lunch by a bear who [[MakesJustAsMuchSenseInContext happens to be their camp counselor]] and, [[ForgotAboutHisPowers instead of just poofing out of the bear]], they get the [[SarcasmMode brilliant idea]] of sticking their wands in a liquid they apparently never saw before, only to confirm it's stomach acid. Too little, too late, however; [[RunningGag their wands are pretty much useless the entire episode]]. Okay, I understand that they needed an excuse for Timmy [[MyFriendsAndZoidberg (and Chloe)]] to be unable to use magic in this situation; I get that. But why in the holy name of the Fairy Council would they have it happen in such a contrived way? Even worse? [[TheComicallySerious Wanda's]] [[TookALevelInDumbass the one who proposes the idea!]] I get that they used to both be of equal intelligence back in the shorts, but that was back when Cosmo wasn't literally TooDumbToLive. Because of this, Wanda has essentially been reduced to another Cosmo all for the sake of a poorly executed DiabolusExMachina. I haven't watched this show in a good long while, and after hearing about this episode in all its stupid, I'm glad I abandoned WesternAnimation/TheFairlyOddParents. Which begs the question: why does this show keep running again?

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* [=SenorCornholio=]: I'll admit I've only really seen [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9J5eSVNnk9E this review of "Girly Squirrley"]], but from what I've seen it appears this show has learned nothing from its past blunders. The episode revolves around Timmy's Dad getting the Squirrley Scouts back together, and Chloe joins along and is, of course, [[MarySue perfect in every way]] [[TheComplainerIsAlwaysWrong while Timmy bitches and moans about it]].throughout]]. While this episode has plenty of apparent problems, such as AJ being the only original Squirrley Scout to return with the rest of them being nameless kids, as well as Timmy's Dad's usual LethallyStupid nature, my biggest problem has to do with Cosmo and Wanda's treatment. Basically, they get mistaken for lunch by a bear who [[MakesJustAsMuchSenseInContext happens to be their camp counselor]] and, [[ForgotAboutHisPowers instead of just poofing out of the bear]], they get the [[SarcasmMode brilliant idea]] of sticking their wands in a liquid they apparently never saw before, only to confirm it's stomach acid. Too little, too late, however; [[RunningGag their wands are pretty much useless the entire episode]]. Okay, I understand that they needed an excuse for Timmy [[MyFriendsAndZoidberg (and Chloe)]] to be unable to use magic in this situation; I get that. But why in the holy name of the Fairy Council would they have it happen in such a contrived way? Even worse? [[TheComicallySerious Wanda's]] [[TookALevelInDumbass the one who proposes the idea!]] I get that they used to both be of equal intelligence back in the shorts, but that was back when Cosmo wasn't literally TooDumbToLive. Because of this, Wanda has essentially been reduced to another Cosmo all for the sake of a poorly executed DiabolusExMachina. I haven't watched this show in a good long while, and after hearing about this episode in all its stupid, I'm glad I abandoned WesternAnimation/TheFairlyOddParents. Which begs the question: why does this show keep running again?
16th Oct '16 9:52:08 AM SenorCornholio
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* [=SenorCornholio=]: I'll admit I've only really seen [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9J5eSVNnk9E this review of "Girly Squirrley"]], but from what I've seen it appears this show has learned nothing from its past blunders. The episode revolves around Timmy's Dad getting the Squirrley Scouts back together, and Chloe joins along and is, of course, [[MarySue perfect in every way]] [[TheComplainerIsAlwaysWrong while Timmy bitches and moans about it]]. While this episode has plenty of apparent problems, such as AJ being the only original Squirrley Scout to return with the rest of them being nameless kids, as well as Timmy's Dad's usual LethallyStupid nature, my biggest problem has to do with Cosmo and Wanda's treatment. Basically, they get mistaken for lunch by a bear who [[MakesJustAsMuchSenseInContext happens to be their camp counselor]] and, [[ForgotAboutHisPowers instead of just poofing out of the bear]], they get the [[SarcasmMode brilliant idea]] of sticking their wands in a liquid they apparently never saw before, only to confirm it's stomach acid. Too little, too late, however; [[RunningGag their wands are pretty much useless the entire episode]]. Okay, I understand that they needed an excuse for Timmy [[MyFriendsAndZoidberg (and Chloe)]] to be unable to use magic in this situation, I understand that. But why in the holy name of the Fairy Council would they have it happen in such a contrived way? Even worse? [[TheComicallySerious Wanda's]] [[TookALevelInDumbass the one who proposes the idea!]] I get that they used to both be of equal intelligence back in the shorts, but that was back when Cosmo wasn't literally TooDumbToLive. Because of this, Wanda has essentially been reduced to another Cosmo all for the sake of a poorly executed DiabolusExMachina. I haven't watched this show in a good long while, and after hearing about this episode in all its stupid, I'm glad I abandoned WesternAnimation/TheFairlyOddParents. Which begs the question: why does this show keep running again?

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* [=SenorCornholio=]: I'll admit I've only really seen [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9J5eSVNnk9E this review of "Girly Squirrley"]], but from what I've seen it appears this show has learned nothing from its past blunders. The episode revolves around Timmy's Dad getting the Squirrley Scouts back together, and Chloe joins along and is, of course, [[MarySue perfect in every way]] [[TheComplainerIsAlwaysWrong while Timmy bitches and moans about it]]. While this episode has plenty of apparent problems, such as AJ being the only original Squirrley Scout to return with the rest of them being nameless kids, as well as Timmy's Dad's usual LethallyStupid nature, my biggest problem has to do with Cosmo and Wanda's treatment. Basically, they get mistaken for lunch by a bear who [[MakesJustAsMuchSenseInContext happens to be their camp counselor]] and, [[ForgotAboutHisPowers instead of just poofing out of the bear]], they get the [[SarcasmMode brilliant idea]] of sticking their wands in a liquid they apparently never saw before, only to confirm it's stomach acid. Too little, too late, however; [[RunningGag their wands are pretty much useless the entire episode]]. Okay, I understand that they needed an excuse for Timmy [[MyFriendsAndZoidberg (and Chloe)]] to be unable to use magic in this situation, situation; I understand get that. But why in the holy name of the Fairy Council would they have it happen in such a contrived way? Even worse? [[TheComicallySerious Wanda's]] [[TookALevelInDumbass the one who proposes the idea!]] I get that they used to both be of equal intelligence back in the shorts, but that was back when Cosmo wasn't literally TooDumbToLive. Because of this, Wanda has essentially been reduced to another Cosmo all for the sake of a poorly executed DiabolusExMachina. I haven't watched this show in a good long while, and after hearing about this episode in all its stupid, I'm glad I abandoned WesternAnimation/TheFairlyOddParents. Which begs the question: why does this show keep running again?
16th Oct '16 9:47:43 AM SenorCornholio
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* [=SenorCornholio=]: I'll admit I've only really seen [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9J5eSVNnk9E this review of "Girly Squirrley"]], but from what I've seen it appears this show has learned nothing from its past blunders. The episode revolves around Timmy's Dad getting the Squirrley Scouts back together, and Chloe joins along and is, of course, [[MarySue perfect in every way]] [[TheComplainerIsAlwaysWrong while Timmy bitches and moans about it]]. While this episode has plenty of apparent problems, such as AJ being the only original Squirrley Scout to return with the rest of them being nameless kids, as well as Timmy's Dad's usual LethallyStupid nature, my biggest problem has to do with Cosmo and Wanda's treatment. Basically, they get mistaken for lunch by a bear who [[MakesJustAsMuchSenseInContext happens to be their camp counselor]] and, instead of just poofing out of the bear, they get the [[SarcasmMode brilliant idea]] of sticking their wands in a liquid they apparently never saw before, only to confirm it's stomach acid. Too little, too late, however; [[RunningGag their wands are pretty much useless the entire episode]]. Okay, I understand that they needed an excuse for Timmy [[MyFriendsAndZoidberg (and Chloe)]] to be unable to use magic in this situation, I understand that. But why in the holy name of the Fairy Council would they have it happen in such a contrived way? Even worse? [[TheComicallySerious Wanda's]] [[TookALevelInDumbass the one who proposes the idea!]] I get that they used to both be of equal intelligence back in the shorts, but that was back when Cosmo wasn't literally TooDumbToLive. Because of this, Wanda has essentially been reduced to another Cosmo all for the sake of a poorly executed DiabolusExMachina. I haven't watched this show in a good long while, and after hearing about this episode in all its stupid, I'm glad I abandoned WesternAnimation/TheFairlyOddParents. Which begs the question: why does this show keep running again?

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* [=SenorCornholio=]: I'll admit I've only really seen [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9J5eSVNnk9E this review of "Girly Squirrley"]], but from what I've seen it appears this show has learned nothing from its past blunders. The episode revolves around Timmy's Dad getting the Squirrley Scouts back together, and Chloe joins along and is, of course, [[MarySue perfect in every way]] [[TheComplainerIsAlwaysWrong while Timmy bitches and moans about it]]. While this episode has plenty of apparent problems, such as AJ being the only original Squirrley Scout to return with the rest of them being nameless kids, as well as Timmy's Dad's usual LethallyStupid nature, my biggest problem has to do with Cosmo and Wanda's treatment. Basically, they get mistaken for lunch by a bear who [[MakesJustAsMuchSenseInContext happens to be their camp counselor]] and, [[ForgotAboutHisPowers instead of just poofing out of the bear, bear]], they get the [[SarcasmMode brilliant idea]] of sticking their wands in a liquid they apparently never saw before, only to confirm it's stomach acid. Too little, too late, however; [[RunningGag their wands are pretty much useless the entire episode]]. Okay, I understand that they needed an excuse for Timmy [[MyFriendsAndZoidberg (and Chloe)]] to be unable to use magic in this situation, I understand that. But why in the holy name of the Fairy Council would they have it happen in such a contrived way? Even worse? [[TheComicallySerious Wanda's]] [[TookALevelInDumbass the one who proposes the idea!]] I get that they used to both be of equal intelligence back in the shorts, but that was back when Cosmo wasn't literally TooDumbToLive. Because of this, Wanda has essentially been reduced to another Cosmo all for the sake of a poorly executed DiabolusExMachina. I haven't watched this show in a good long while, and after hearing about this episode in all its stupid, I'm glad I abandoned WesternAnimation/TheFairlyOddParents. Which begs the question: why does this show keep running again?
16th Oct '16 9:45:48 AM SenorCornholio
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* [=SenorCornholio=]: I'll admit I've only really seen [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9J5eSVNnk9E this review of "Girly Squirrley"]], but from what I've seen it appears this show has learned nothing from its past blunders. The episode revolves around Timmy's Dad getting the Squirrley Scouts back together, and Chloe joins along and is, of course, [[MarySue perfect in every way]] [[TheComplainerIsAlwaysWrong while Timmy bitches and moans about it]]. While this episode has plenty of apparent problems, such as AJ being the only original Squirrley Scout to return with the rest of them being nameless kids, as well as Timmy's Dad's usual LethallyStupid nature, my biggest problem has to do with Cosmo and Wanda's treatment. Basically, they get mistaken for lunch by a bear who [[MakesJustAsMuchSenseInContext happens to be their camp counselor]] and, instead of just poofing out of the bear, they get the [[SarcasmMode brilliant idea]] of sticking their wands in a liquid they apparently never saw before, only to confirm it's stomach acid. Too little, too late, however; [[RunningGag their wands are pretty much useless the entire episode]]. Okay, I understand that they needed an excuse for Timmy to be unable to use magic in this situation, I understand that. But why in the holy name of the Fairy Council would they have it happen in such a contrived way? Even worse? [[TheComicallySerious Wanda's]] [[TookALevelInDumbass the one who proposes the idea!]] I get that they used to both be of equal intelligence back in the shorts, but that was back when Cosmo wasn't literally TooDumbToLive. Because of this, Wanda has essentially been reduced to another Cosmo all for the sake of a poorly executed DiabolusExMachina. I haven't watched this show in a good long while, and after hearing about this episode in all its stupid, I'm glad I abandoned WesternAnimation/TheFairlyOddParents. Which begs the question: why does this show keep running again?

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* [=SenorCornholio=]: I'll admit I've only really seen [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9J5eSVNnk9E this review of "Girly Squirrley"]], but from what I've seen it appears this show has learned nothing from its past blunders. The episode revolves around Timmy's Dad getting the Squirrley Scouts back together, and Chloe joins along and is, of course, [[MarySue perfect in every way]] [[TheComplainerIsAlwaysWrong while Timmy bitches and moans about it]]. While this episode has plenty of apparent problems, such as AJ being the only original Squirrley Scout to return with the rest of them being nameless kids, as well as Timmy's Dad's usual LethallyStupid nature, my biggest problem has to do with Cosmo and Wanda's treatment. Basically, they get mistaken for lunch by a bear who [[MakesJustAsMuchSenseInContext happens to be their camp counselor]] and, instead of just poofing out of the bear, they get the [[SarcasmMode brilliant idea]] of sticking their wands in a liquid they apparently never saw before, only to confirm it's stomach acid. Too little, too late, however; [[RunningGag their wands are pretty much useless the entire episode]]. Okay, I understand that they needed an excuse for Timmy [[MyFriendsAndZoidberg (and Chloe)]] to be unable to use magic in this situation, I understand that. But why in the holy name of the Fairy Council would they have it happen in such a contrived way? Even worse? [[TheComicallySerious Wanda's]] [[TookALevelInDumbass the one who proposes the idea!]] I get that they used to both be of equal intelligence back in the shorts, but that was back when Cosmo wasn't literally TooDumbToLive. Because of this, Wanda has essentially been reduced to another Cosmo all for the sake of a poorly executed DiabolusExMachina. I haven't watched this show in a good long while, and after hearing about this episode in all its stupid, I'm glad I abandoned WesternAnimation/TheFairlyOddParents. Which begs the question: why does this show keep running again?
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