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16th Apr '16 8:44:27 PM Drdoo23
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*Did Jimmy, Carl & Sheen really have to destroy all of Libby's gifts in "Tomorrow Boys"? Instead of afterwards, why couldn't Jimmy just ask Cindy (since she handled the gifts) where his "gift" was, BEFORE he jumped straight to searching?
* Why would Stormstrucker frame Jimmy out of all people for stealing the dollar bill in "Who Framed Jimmy?"? Did he really need to break into Jimmy's lab?
21st Dec '15 9:51:08 AM GordyTepig
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** It's either [[Rule of Funny]], a favor to one of his friends or a failed experiment. By the way, a cheese ray? That requires the configuration of atomic bonds, atomic structure and science itself (and could solve world hunger). Now, how is that non-science?

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** It's either [[Rule of Funny]], RuleOfFunny, a favor to one of his friends or a failed experiment. By the way, a cheese ray? That requires the configuration of atomic bonds, atomic structure and science itself (and could solve world hunger). Now, how is that non-science?


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** To help prevent world hunger, possibly: just fly over some starving country and shoot a bunch of non-edible things, and they have food. This would be a fairly quick and easy way to help people who need it. Either cheese was picked at random, cheese was easier to make, he was considering the health benefits cheese had, or it was the first in a future series of food rays.
4th Nov '15 10:05:36 PM DVB
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*** His disbelief for Santa Claus was due to not receiving something like a dwarf star (it was several years ago). Sheen ribs it was because he was naughty. [[spoiler: Santa reveals it was partially because of that, but mainly because the star took 5 years to cool, something he mentioned in the note.]]
*** Jimmy does admit he doesn't know if he believes in magic when he faced off against Crocker. Probably because he doesn't know what the rules of magic would entail compared to science.
1st Nov '15 1:30:54 AM vexer
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*** Ah, TVTropes, where else can I learn about the sex lives of children's show villains?

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*** Ah, TVTropes, where else can I learn about the sex lives of children's show villains?Or maybe he donated to a sperm bank.
1st Nov '15 1:30:23 AM vexer
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** There are glasses in real life that have invisible lenses.
27th Oct '15 7:39:49 PM ngh93
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**Point taken, but other than that, the cheese ray still seems very impractical compared to Neutron's other inventions.
30th Sep '15 4:34:21 PM afliador8
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**It's either [[Rule of Funny]], a favor to one of his friends or a failed experiment. By the way, a cheese ray? That requires the configuration of atomic bonds, atomic structure and science itself (and could solve world hunger). Now, how is that non-science?
25th Sep '15 6:55:46 PM ngh93
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* Regarding the Jimmy-Timmy Power Hour crossovers: Are they considered to be canon to this series or ''FairlyOddParents''? How much canon are those crossovers considered on either show?

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* Regarding In the Jimmy-Timmy Power Hour crossovers: Are they considered first JimmyTimmyPowerHour when [[WesternAnimation/TheFairlyOddParents Timmy Turner]] sneaks into Jimmy's lab, one of the inventions he tries is a ray gun ''that turns stuff into cheese.'' Why would Jimmy invent a ray gun that turns stuff into cheese? That's got ''nothing'' to be canon to this series or ''FairlyOddParents''? How much canon are those crossovers considered on either show? do with science. In fact, we ''never'' see Jimmy actually ''use'' that cheese ray.
25th Aug '15 5:03:44 PM ngh93
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*Regarding the Jimmy-Timmy Power Hour crossovers: Are they considered to be canon to this series or ''FairlyOddParents''? How much canon are those crossovers considered on either show?
20th Aug '15 1:34:55 PM ngh93
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*How come the characters who wear glasses have ''no lenses'' (such as Carl, Mrs. Fowl, Principal Willoughby, Sam the bartender, and Prof. Calamatous)? How are they able to see out of those? In fact, the only character who seems to have visible lenses his glasses is Hugh. What's with that?
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