History Fridge / TheFairlyOddparents

14th Apr '16 8:12:03 PM RuTsuna
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* Wanda and Cosmo are a metaphor for Timmy's antidepressants.

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* Wanda and Cosmo are a metaphor for Timmy's antidepressants.
22nd Mar '16 5:43:28 PM BrendanRizzo
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* In "Shelf Life", after Timmy tricks [[Literature/TheAdventuresOfTomSawyer Tom Sawyer]] into entering a "frowning contest", Tom says, "I'm from Missouri! Frowning's the state sport!" Total non-sequitur and needless TakeThat, right? Maybe, but when you draw out the name "Missouri" aloud, what word does it sound like? [[AcCENTOnTheWrongSylLABle Misery]].
14th Mar '16 6:21:41 PM Mineburst
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* It's been implied various times (especially in the LiveActionAdaptations) that Timmy will have his fairies possibly for the rest of his life. Fairies are also immortal. Are Cosmo and Wanda are the first fairies to keep their godchild for this long? If so, they will someday have to experience Timmy dying of old age before being assigned to their new godkid.

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* It's been implied various times (especially in the LiveActionAdaptations) LiveActionAdaptation) that Timmy will have his fairies possibly for the rest of his life. Fairies are also immortal. Are Cosmo and Wanda are the first fairies to keep their godchild for this long? If so, they will someday have to experience Timmy dying of old age before being assigned to their new godkid.
14th Mar '16 6:21:03 PM Mineburst
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* It's been implied various times (especially in the LiveActionAdaptations) that Timmy will have his fairies possibly for the rest of his life. Fairies are also immortal. Are Cosmo and Wanda are the first fairies to keep their godchild for this long? If so, they will someday have to experience Timmy dying of old age before being assigned to their new godkid.
16th Feb '16 2:54:11 PM fruitstripegum
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** It makes sense that Foop has become more prominent in later seasons. [[CaptainObvious Poof has been in fewer episodes than his parents,]] so as Poof's [[EvilTwin,]] Foop has appeared in more episodes than his parents.

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** It makes sense that Foop has become more prominent in later seasons. [[CaptainObvious Poof has been in fewer episodes than his parents,]] so as Poof's [[EvilTwin,]] EvilTwin, Foop has appeared in more episodes than his parents.
14th Feb '16 1:01:21 PM Kitchen90
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** No, it doesn't mean most of the rules were added this way. Thats a WildMassGuessing.
*** Except it does. Based on the "Hall of Infamy" episode, the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand was a wish, so murder apparently used to be a fine thing for which to wish

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** No, it doesn't mean most of the rules were added this way. Thats That's a WildMassGuessing.
*** Except it does. Based on the "Hall of Infamy" episode, the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand was a wish, so murder apparently used to be a fine thing for which to wishwish.
10th Feb '16 5:38:35 AM duckboy416
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*Wanda and Cosmo are a metaphor for Timmy's antidepressants.
6th Feb '16 8:49:17 PM treehugger0369
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* The reason magic power is rendered useless by butterfly nets is because in a similar way to a Faraday cage these prevent the giant magic wand at fairy world that provides a source of magic to all fairies to charge their wands, and fairies are physically weak so that they can't break through it (and can't transform into something that does due to having no magic power) also is posible that Jorgen is simply affraid of them and doesn't realizes that being the strongest fairy may be able to break free of one.

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* The reason magic power is rendered useless by butterfly nets is because in a similar way to a Faraday cage these prevent the giant magic wand at fairy world that provides a source of magic to all fairies to charge their wands, and fairies are physically weak so that they can't break through it (and can't transform into something that does due to having no magic power) also is posible possible that Jorgen is simply affraid afraid of them and doesn't realizes that being the strongest fairy may be able to break free of one.one.
** Except he couldn't; in one of the Jimmy[=/=]Timmy crossover specials, the villain steals Cosmo's and Wanda's magic and is rendered helpless by a butterfly net despite his strength. If you have fairy magic, you can't do a thing when trapped in a butterfly net, so even Jorgen would have every reason to be afraid of them.
27th Dec '15 5:27:29 PM RaustBD
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* The "Magic cannot interfere with true love" rule is ''extremely'' disturbing if you think about it. Vicky's kidnapping and imprisonment of Chip Skylark because she "loved" him for extremely shallow and materialistic reasons apparently qualifies for the rule, indicating that the definition of "true love" is exceptionally loose at best. Worse still, that incident (and Mark Chang's initial kidnapping of Vicky) demonstrate that the "true love" doesn't even have to be ''mutual''. Fairies quite clearly are ''not'' allowed to save any poor terrified soul from even the most psychotic, abusive stalker, even if it's their magic that caused them to be put in that situation in the first place, as long as their stalker, in an extremely loose sense, "loves" the person they're terrorizing.
12th Dec '15 9:40:30 AM treehugger0369
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** Wanda probably wanted Timmy to learn a lesson(hence her insistence on Timmy apologizing), [[TheDitz Cosmo]] didn't think of it, Timmy seemed more focused on the badassery of the chosen wishes(he's about to just wish for the chores to be done when Cosmo suggests the heat vision and Timmy immediately goes for it).
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