History Fridge / TheFairlyOddparents

17th Mar '17 8:22:42 PM CJCroen1393
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* Schnozmo's existence may have caused some ContinuitySnarl, but it also provides a handy FreudianExcuse for Mama Cosma and her overprotectiveness of Cosmo--she knows that Schnozmo is a bad influence, so she tries her hardest to make sure that Cosmo (who is still [[GoodIsDumb is still relatively innocent]]) ''won't'' turn out like him. Even more plausible when you consider that Mama Cosma never mentions Schnozmo. Continuity error or does she simply consider him the BlackSheep of the family?
15th Mar '17 1:21:23 PM chakrawarrior
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* In "The Special Surprise Inside", the Gigglepies taste like manure to the
Yugopotamians, and they deceive people by acting innocent. They're [[LiteralMetaphor literally]] [[GettingCrapPastTheRadar full of shit]].
2nd Mar '17 10:11:47 PM YasminPerry
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* In the ''WesternAnimation/{{Wishology}}'' special, Jorgen was able to erase Trixie's mind of the movie's events, even though it's against Da Rules to interfere with true love.[[note]][[{{Irony}} Ironic]] that the one rule that caused Timmy so much trouble wasn't there the one time it could've ''helped'' him.[[/note]]

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* In the ''WesternAnimation/{{Wishology}}'' special, Jorgen was able to erase Trixie's mind of the movie's events, even though it's against Da Rules ''Da Rules'' to interfere with true love.[[note]][[{{Irony}} Ironic]] that the one rule that constantly caused Timmy so much trouble wasn't there the one time it could've ''helped'' him.[[/note]]
2nd Mar '17 10:10:45 PM YasminPerry
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* In the ''WesternAnimation/{{Wishology}}'' special, how was Jorgen able to erase Trixie's mind of the movie's events if it's against Da Rules to interfere with true love? [[{{Irony}} Ironic]] that the one rule that caused Timmy so much trouble wasn't there the one time it could've ''helped'' him.

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* In the ''WesternAnimation/{{Wishology}}'' special, how Jorgen was Jorgen able to erase Trixie's mind of the movie's events if events, even though it's against Da Rules to interfere with true love? [[{{Irony}} love.[[note]][[{{Irony}} Ironic]] that the one rule that caused Timmy so much trouble wasn't there the one time it could've ''helped'' him.[[/note]]
2nd Mar '17 8:56:47 PM YasminPerry
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* In the special ''WesternAnimation/{{Wishology}}''!, how was Jorgen able to erase Trixie's mind of the movie's events if it's against Da Rules to interfere with true love? [[{{Irony}} Ironic]] that the one rule that caused Timmy so much trouble wasn't there the one time it could've ''helped'' him.

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* In the special ''WesternAnimation/{{Wishology}}''!, ''WesternAnimation/{{Wishology}}'' special, how was Jorgen able to erase Trixie's mind of the movie's events if it's against Da Rules to interfere with true love? [[{{Irony}} Ironic]] that the one rule that caused Timmy so much trouble wasn't there the one time it could've ''helped'' him.
2nd Mar '17 8:55:53 PM YasminPerry
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* In the special ''WesternAnimation/{{Wishology}}''!, how was Jorgen able to erase Trixie's mind of the movie's events if it's against Da Rules to interfere with true love? [[{{Irony}} Ironic]] that the one rule that caused Timmy so much trouble wasn't there the one time it could've ''helped'' him.
2nd Mar '17 5:03:54 PM ilbgar
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** This makes sense, as the fairies would want to be SURE before they broke up a couple in love.
14th Oct '16 5:32:46 PM MeerkatMario
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* "Just Desserts" was originally going to have scenes with fat Vicky, who would have been the fattest person in Dimmsdale from hogging all the dessert. If she was hogging all the dessert, and dessert is the only kind of food around, does that mean Tootie and their parents were starving?
* It's more Fridge Sadness than anything, but since Sparky hasn't appeared ''at all'' this season, and his VA confirmed he wouldn't be coming back, there's a possibility that Timmy had to take him back to the pet store.

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* "Just Desserts" Desserts!" was originally going to have scenes with fat Vicky, who would have been the fattest person in Dimmsdale from hogging all the dessert. If she was hogging all the dessert, and dessert is the only kind of food around, does that mean Tootie and their parents were starving?
* It's more Fridge Sadness than anything, but since Sparky hasn't appeared ''at all'' this season, during Season 10, and his VA confirmed he wouldn't be coming back, there's a possibility that Timmy had to take him back to the pet store. store.



** You can wish ''you'' were never born, but we don't know if that can extend to anyone else. Given Jorgen's behavior in "It's a Wishful Life", he might have left the first condition in intentionally to teach kids who make that wish a lesson(not that the lesson he was trying to teach was one Timmy needed to learn, but that's another discussion), but wishing someone else was never born would probably be forbidden for the same reason you cant wish for someone else to be dead.

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** You can wish ''you'' were never born, but we don't know if that can extend to anyone else. Given Jorgen's behavior in "It's a Wishful Life", he might have left the first condition in intentionally to teach kids who make that wish a lesson(not that the lesson he was trying to teach was one Timmy needed to learn, but that's another discussion), but wishing someone else was never born would probably be forbidden for the same reason you cant can't wish for someone else to be dead.



* What exactly is the show's definition of "True Love"? When he first appears, Vicky claims to "truly love" Chip Skylark, but as soon as she finds out he's broke and has a huge debt, she breaks up with him. That's not true love, that's gold digging, because she only wanted him for his money. So shouldn't Timmy have been able to break them up with magic?
** In "The Odd Couple", Wanda says that Timmy would have to prove that the love between Vicky and Ricky was "fake teen love" rather that true love, but if it was the former, they could "totally rip it apart". Maybe the fairies have to know for sure that it's not true love before they can break them up. In "Boys in the Band", there was no indication prior to Vicky learning of Chip's debt that she just loved him for his money, so magic couldn't be used directly.

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* What exactly is the show's definition of "True Love"? "true love"? When he first appears, Vicky claims to "truly love" Chip Skylark, but as soon as she finds out he's broke and has a huge debt, she breaks up with him. That's not true love, that's gold digging, because she only wanted him for his money. So shouldn't Timmy have been able to break them up with magic?
** In "The Odd Couple", Wanda says that Timmy would have to prove that the love between Vicky and Ricky was "fake teen love" rather that than true love, but if it was the former, they could "totally rip it apart". Maybe the fairies have to know for sure that it's not true love before they can break them up. In "Boys in the Band", there was no indication prior to Vicky learning of Chip's debt that she just loved him for his money, so magic couldn't be used directly.
24th Sep '16 1:36:22 PM jinshilhana
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** Also when that happens, wouldn't it basically mean Poof will lose the ''godbrother'' he grew up with forever?
21st Sep '16 10:30:30 AM jinshilhana
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** Also a bit of Fridge Brilliance in a sense that Timmy is willing to keep Cosmo and Wanda around, even if it means sacrificing some of his happiness.


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** Yeah. The series pays a lot of attention on Timmy possibly having to lose his godparents when he grows up, but what are Cosmo and Wanda going to do when Timmy inevitably eventually ''dies''?
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