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PostPosted: Thu Apr 03, 2008 5:39 pm    Post subject: Shows I Want To See Regularly Again Reply with quote

This is just me but I wish these shows could come back on TV and be on regularly like they were.



Nickelodeon or Nicktoons Network:
My Dad the Rockstar
Chalkzone
Corniel and Bernie
Rugrats All Grown Up

Disney Channel or Toon Disney:
The Weekenders
Fillmore
What's With Andy?
Lloyd In Space
Braceface
Kids from Room 402 (?)

Cartoon Network, not Boomerang
Johnny Bravo (Pilot episode to 1997 episodes only)
Krypto the Super Dog


Other:
I also wish Full House and the Cosby Show could be back on Nick At Night like they used to be all the time back then. I do like Fresh Prince of Belare but I don't care too much for Home Improvement, Rosanne, or George Lopez. I'm sure some of you like the shows I don't like very much so I won't go too into the negative.

By the way about Johnny Bravo, at first he was seen in 1995 on "What A Cartoon", well at least in Europe. Then he finally started having a show with episodes. I didn't really care about him that much until 1998, when I had a dream about him. Sometimes dreams of a cartoon you don't really care about can make you start to like that cartoon a whole lot more than you did when you first started. Before him was Boy Genius Dexter of "Dexter's Laboratory". In 1996 he became my favorite the same way Johnny Bravo did, and unfortunately for Dexter, I ended up replacing him with Johnny Bravo. Oh how times change.

Bravo was cool back in 1997 and I wondered why there weren't any new episodes like on Dexter's Lab and Cow and Chicken. Then in 1999 they finally started showing new episodes but the characters looked a little different and I did like it but Johnny Bravo didn't look as good as he did when he first started out. That's why I said (1997 episodes only).


As for Braceface, well I don't really care about the show all that much, I watch it mostly for Josh, who's unfortunately the least popular character in the show but the most popular character to me. I don't watch that show very much but still kind of like it.



I wish there were MORE pictures of Josh Spitz. A lot more.

As for Kids from Room 402, I am not sure if I really want to see that show or not, don't ask me why.

Even though it's unlisted, I think it would be nice if Doug came back on TV. The Disney Doug though not the Nickelodeon Doug. I know most of you prefer the Nickelodeon Doug but I prefer the Disney Doug. I like the theme song to that one better.

I also wish Kim Possible was back. Well its on Disney Channel but it's on late. It would be nice to have her and her cute but mischevious little twin brothers back.

I hope they don't take Fairly Odd Parents off Nick, if they do, I am so not looking forward to that.

By the way I watched Boomerang last year but I lost my interest in it and refuse to watch it. And I could watch some of these shows on Youtube but I don't like Youtube anymore and don't ever plan on going back, not even to visit.

But I just thought I'd share this with some of you, and I don't care if you reply or not.

By the way, for the record, I like to decorate my posts with pictures. I don't do it often but I like to sometimes.

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PostPosted: Thu Apr 03, 2008 6:40 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

For me,

Nickelodeon:

Invader ZIM: it's a moneymaker, yet they haven't ran it regularly since 2005.
All Grown Up: if you can run every series currently in production more than once a day, you have time to run the best Nicktoon since Zim once a day too.
Rugrats: It basically jump-started Nick. Run it once a day just to pay tribute to the show that basically started it all.
Ned's Declassified: uh, if you have time to run Zoey 101 once, you have time for this once too.

Nicktoons:
Angry Beavers: Come on, if you have time to air Spongebob 6 times on saturday, you have time to air Angry Beavers once.
All Grown Up: If they also have time to air Avatar 8 times on Friday and 6 times on Sunday, they have time to air AGU once.
KaBlam!: If they have time to air Jimmy Neutron 6 times on a friday, they have time to air KaBlam once too.
Wild Thornberrys: If they have time to run My Life As A Teenage Robot 6 times monday-thursday, they have time to run Thornberrys once also.

It's all about over-saturation of shows. Try running something different for once! Repeats of Spongebob shown over 100 times do NOT help ratings! Disney Channel rip-offs (cough-Dance on Sunset-cough) don't either. Not to mention Spectacular, which will hopefully be a huge bomb for Nick and teach them not to try and be Disney Channel, but to be different. Bring some good Sketch Comedy, Drama, Game Shows, and non-fart joke cartoons on, and you'll be back on top before you know it.

Disney Channel:
Lilo and Stitch The Series
Lizzie Mcguire: the show that put Disney Channel on the map, yet systematically ruined it deserves some timeslot, even if it's 1:00 AM
House of Mouse: Without this, there really isn't any Disney in Disney Channel.

Toon Disney:
All Disney Afternoon and One Saturday Morning Cartoons

ABC Family:
Seriously, just have one rerun of AFV and put some more Whose Line on.

Cartoon Network:
Courage The Cowardly Dog: best Cartoon on that network ever. If they can run crap like The Mr. Men Show and Chop Socky, they can run Courage and other shows like Sheep in The Big City for a half hour a day.
Codename: Kids Next Door: the last good Cartoon Network show deserves a small amount of runtime.

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PostPosted: Fri Apr 04, 2008 1:25 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

I miss more then I can count. Probably most anything say pre 2003 stuff I grew up with.
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PostPosted: Fri Apr 04, 2008 2:42 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

While I admit I don't like every show you listed, you have a really great point.

I miss the way Nicktoons Network and Toon Disney were back in late 2005 and early 2006.

Your saying of Lizzie McGuire made me think of Even Stevens. That was my most favorite Live Action Disney show. I don't know if I still like it though I mean it was popular to me since 2002 but I don't know if I'm into it like I was back then. I should probably get myself back into watching it if it comes back on. I always liked Even Stevens better than Lizzie McGuire, mostly because Ren, to me, behaved better than Lizzie. Even Stevens was also second to Kim Possible.

I really miss the old days. Not all of them though but I miss the old days. Sadly, I spend most of my time living in the past. Back then up until mid to late 2003, life was great. Life started getting great again from December 2005 up until May 2006. Life between mid 2003 and December 2005 wasn't all too good and mostly depressing but did seem to get better in April. And I'm struggling to make life great again, some of it depends on what's seen on TV. You don't understand what I mean though.

But you're right they need to put some of those shows we mentioned back on TV. They need to slow down on some shows that are on and put back in place shows they took out, especially the shows they removed altogether like The Weekenders, Fillmore, Braceface, Lloyd in Space, etc.

I also forgot to mention that they need to put 6Teen back on Nick too! They showed that on nick for some time back in late 2005 and then took it off. Thankfully I have some of those episodes on tape along with what's not on TV right now.
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PostPosted: Fri Apr 04, 2008 3:14 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

In case you're interested, these are my very favorite cartoons and almost very favorite cartoons on and off Nick:

Fairly Odd Parents (Number 1 Favorite Cartoon! except the Baby Poof episodes)
Kim Possible (even though I haven't watched her much)
Underdog (Best Dog Ever!)
My Dad the Rock Star
Jimmy Neutron
Johnny Bravo
All Grown Up
Krypto the Super Dog
Chalk Zone
Corniel and Bernie (I like Corniel better though)
The Weekenders
Braceface (Well, I have mixed feelings about this cartoon)
Fillmore
Arthur
The Simpsons
King of the Hill

Rocko's Modern Life
Angry Beavers
Spongebob Squarepants (as of 2005)
What's with Andy?
Cat Scratch
6Teen
House of Mouse
Maya and Miguel
Curious George


Triste These cartoons sadly, and I'm sorry to say, were my favorite or almost favorite, or shows I would watch just for the heck of it, but now I grew out of them, lost my interest in them, and cannot stand to watch them anymore for personal reasons:

Hey Arnold (Used to be my Top favorite too!)
Rocket Power
Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends
Recess
My Gym Partner's a Monkey
The Replacements
Squirrel Boy
Wayside
El Tigre

I might go back to watching one of those though but I highly doubt it. I don't watch some of these shows due to hard times that were going on with me when I started watching them or when they were popular to me.

I started out watching Wayside for about a month, but I was in a really bad environment when I started watching it and when times got worse I decided to stop watching the show. Now I'm scared to watch the show anymore due to it bringing back bad memories so I didn't watch Wayside for much too long. My love for that cartoon was short-lived. Triste It's less than likely but I might get myself back into watching Wayside but after all I've been through, and I'm not blaming Wayside, but times were hard around the time I started watching that show, I think I'm gonna continue to stay away from that show to save my skin.

Kim Possible Season 4, I'm not totally sure I want to watch that anymore even though it seemed to be the best Season of Kim Possible. I like Seasons 1-3 except some of the episodes I saw in 2004. I started watching Season 4 when it premiered in early 2007 and I liked it but looking back, 2007 was a really hard year for me, especially from the beginning up until August, September, or October. I might get myself back into watching some of the Season 4 episodes though but I'm not totally sure I will. Plus, I liked Jim and Tim better when they were 10 and 11. I'm not too in love with their new looks, I mean I did but like I said, Living in the Past.

And you don't want to know what I have to say about Fairly Odd Parents, well from Fairly Odd Baby onward. It's still my most favorite cartoon but not as much as it used to be now that I know the truth about Fairies. But if you want to know more just let me know. But till then, I'm gonna stay silent.

Anybody else have any favorite shows they want to list or have shows they want to complain about?
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PostPosted: Fri Apr 04, 2008 9:44 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Well, I can't stand watching the newer episodes of Spongebob and Ed Edd and Eddy. They really wrote them down. Cartoon Network is really unwatchable in my opinion, the only show I can watch on that network is Fosters and that's not one of my favorites. All kids networks are too juvenile. Kids are smart. Their TV should be. That's the way it was in the 90's.

I wish I watched 6teen when it was on Nick, It's the type of show I want to make. Now that i'm on the "Shows I want to MAke" mode, I suggest you check the newest thread in the TV forum, It'll show my ideas.

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The new Spongebob episodes, even though it's not really my very favorite cartoon, keep them coming! That's a cartoon I can watch when I'm feeling down and depressed and don't feel like doing much anything.

As for Ed Edd and Eddy, believe it or not, I hate all the characters of that show except Edd. I have one show where I only like one character and hate the rest. I don't know who I dislike more, Ed or Eddy. Ed is very ignorant, not very smart, and, I don't know what else to say, but Eddy, while smarter than Ed, is a total show-off and I think he's selfish too.

I agree with you, it's hard for me to watch Cartoon Network myself. Back when I used to watch Foster's Home along with Squirrel Boy and My Gym Partner's a Monkey, Cartoon Network was very watchable. Now that I cannot stand that show anymore, I hardly watch cartoon network anymore. That might change one day.

And I hardly watch Disney Channel anymore too. So far, I watch Nickelodeon a lot more than the other two channels.

Back when I lived in Germany, my most favorite channel was Cartoon Network and it was much more watchable than it is now to me. And my most favorite cartoon was "The Impossibles". And I loved them so much I made up a character, and I pretended I was that character. Well sometimes I was him, sometimes he was a separate character from me. And I loved a lot of the Hanna-Barbera shows shown like Atom Ant, Frankenstein Junior, and more. I also liked "The Fruities" and Captin Planet, and Dink the Little Dinosaur. In Germany though, Cartoon Network became TNT at night. I don't care too much for them anymore though. times had changed with me. And when I lived in Germany I didn't have much of Disney Channel or Nickelodeon.

Speaking of which, when I lived in up-state New York from 1991-1993, I watched the Family Channel because of Super Mario Bros Super Show, Super Mario Bros 3 and Super Mario World. That was my favorite cartoon until I started watching Underdog, who replaced Mario in my favorite cartoons. But when I moved to Florida, I still watched him but not as much, and then when I moved back to Germany, I almost didn't watch him anymore. Thankfully now I have some Videos and DVDs of him and some episodes on my computer!

But when I moved back to the US and 99, I still watched cartoon network but started watching Disney Channel and did watch Nick but not that much. I also watched WB, well Kids WB mostly for Pokemon. I didn't really care for Nickelodeon and I wanted to see Underdog again but little did I know that they removed him from Nick! I heard he was on Cartoon Network but I didn't see him on there.

Anyway, I didn't care about Nick until Fairly Odd Parents came into my life. And that's what started me watching Nick more regularly and what started Nick being one of my favorite channels. I don't know what started me watching Disney though. But my watching of Cartoon Network declined but started back up in 2005. And now it's declined again.

Like I said before I really miss the old days. But this is a changing world. And I think I'm waiting for some shows to come back on. It's possible.

Only time will tell...

By the way, on a totally unrelated note, if you want to know more about my character on the Impossibles, I wanted to grow up to be him until I had to be convinced that cartoons weren't real!

But this is what he looked like, he was mostly white and was part cloud and part human, his name was Lightning Man and his abilities were Lightning, and even Tornado. He also did magic, back when I believed in it, now he doesn't anymore. Also, this is silly but, his head looked a lot like Kracko!



Except unlike Kracko, he had a body like a human's and his head actually had a mouth. So picture Kracko with a mouth. And whenever he got mad, he had down pointing triangle, only minus a side. He wasn't a cyclops though. And he wore a black L for "Lightning Man" as the rest of the Impossibles did, C for Coil Man, F for Fluid Man, and M for Multi Man.

His waist, when wearing his super hero suit was also a cloud, which was also storage for useful objects and his foot-wear that was part of his suit, looked like Whizzers.
This is what Whizzer looks like.



Yeah, I also liked Kirby a lot around that time and decided to combine Kirby with the Impossibles! I was very weird back then. This was back in 3rd Grade and that was one of the best years of my life! It continued through 4th Grade but kind of stopped before 5th Grade.

Well, enough from me for now.
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This is just me pretending to be somebody else talking to me. I guess you can say it's me talking to myself. So pretend this is another person talking.

William, I understand you're bothered by the fact that male fairies have babies and not the female fairies but you're taking this too far and you're going to have to knock this off already and grow up. Because you're not being very mature about this at all and you're being very obsessive and childish.

I understand that you think that female fairies should be the ones having the babies and I know that you're autistic and feel that things should be a certain way, and I respect your opinion, but you need to understand that Butch Hartman designed the male fairies to have babies. I know it's awkward but that's just the way it is. Butch made it very clear too in that movie when Wanda said that herself.

You need to understand that Fairly Odd Parents is Butch Hartman's cartoon and it's his decision what happens in the show and to the characters. It is not your decision, or mine, or anyone else's, therefore there is nothing you, or I, or anyone else can do about it.

I know that the the movie "Fairly Odd Baby" changed the way you think about fairies and is making watching Fairly Odd Parents a little harder for you, but you're eventually going to have to accept it. Butch Hartman is not going to change the movie just because you want him to. This world does not revolve around you. And he's not going to make an alternate movie where Wanda has the baby for you either.

I know it's not easy, and I'm sorry that it bothers you , but you're going to have to move on and let it go. As Bill Paxton said, "Stop living in the past and look at what you got in front of you." So you're going to have to get over this. You're getting on everybody's nerves with your obsession with how the Fairly Odd Parents should have been.

I understand that Fairly Oddparents was your most favorite cartoon in the world and that it gave you really good feelings and that you cannot replace it with any other cartoon but you have these choices, you can either:

A: Keep watching Fairly Odd Parents, even the new episodes and accept the fact that male fairies have babies

B: Just watch the old episodes and not watch the new episodes.

or C: Stop watching Fairly Odd Parents altogether and find a new favorite cartoon.

You're going to have to move on with your life and you're eventually going to have to accept the fact that male fairies have babies and not the females. You cannot change what happened on Fairly Odd Baby and no matter what you do, you cannot make Butch change his mind about how the movie goes. you can write letters if you want to, or send him emails or whatever all you want, but you'll never change Butch Hartman's mind and neither will anyone else.

If Fairly Odd Parents was your cartoon, you could make the female fairies have babies if you wanted to. And you could deside what happens to the cartoon characters. Then again if it were your cartoon the characters wouldn't look the same, they probably wouldn't even have the same names that they do and probably wouldn't look as good.

But you will never have a say in what happens in the Fairly Odd Parents, and Butch is not going to change Fairly Odd Baby just for your benefit and he's not going to rewrite Fairly Odd Baby, so just forget about it.

And you need to understand that other people liked Fairly Odd Baby and they were probably into the idea of Cosmo and his male counterparts having a baby. That does not make Cosmo or any of the other male fairies any less of a male than they are. And you don't need to know if fairy bodies work the same as human bodies. So what if male fairies have babies, it's not the end of the world. You can't have everything your way.

So you need to grow up and learn to be more accepting and tolerating of things. You can't stop your life from changing. And time is not going to stop just because you want it to, time stops for no one. Things change, and times change, and you're going to have to learn to change with it. You don't have a choice. Everything changes and nothing will ever stay the same.

You need to stop thinking only about yourself and start thinking about other people!

You can keep thinking about Fairly Odd Parents the way you did before you knew the truth about fairies, at least that much is up to you and no one gets a say in that, but you're going to have to accept the reality of Fairly Odd Parents and live with it like the rest of us. As I said before, there's nothing you can do about the Fairly Odd Parents or any other cartoon.

Don't let the fact that male fairies having babies get in the way of your enjoyment of Fairly Odd Parents.

And as bad as you think it was, it could have been much worse, Butch could have made all the male Fairly Odd Parents characters be the ones having babies, including Timmy. But Butch didn't do that so you should be thankful that Butch isn't planning on making Timmy, Chester, AJ or any of the other male characters pregnant too.

And you have to understand that the cartoons and the cartoon industry and the cartoon channels such as Nickelodeon, Nicktoons Network, Disney Channel, Toon Disney, Cartoon Network, etc are changing and will continue to change. New shows will be added and some old shows will be removed for quite a while and may not come back until much later, or will stay on but won't be shown as much as they used to be. Like I said, that's just the way it is and there's nothing you or I or anyone else can do about it. You're going to have to have to stop living in the past and realize that things come and go. Nothing last forever.

I'm not yelling at you and I'm not trying to hurt your feelings or nothing, but I'm just trying to give you a reality check. So you're going to have to come out of your fantasy world and accept reality. If Butch wants male fairies to have babies, then that's his decision, not yours or mine or anyone else's. And let me say that I don't know his real reason for doing that but he did not do that to offend people. If you don't like it, I don't know what to tell you. But there's nothing you're going to be able to do about it, that's just the way it is. You can write stories of Wanda being pregnant if you want to or draw pictures of Wanda being pregnant for all we care but you're never gonna change what happens on Fairly Odd Parents. What you need to change is yourself. It's time for you to get yourself readjusted.

So quit your moaning and groaning and get over it already, move on with your life and let everyone else move on with theirs. Nobody's going to feel sorry for you and have pity over you just because you cannot handle or accept the way Fairly Odd Parents was made. This is a very petty and very trivial problem that no one cares about.

It is in your best interest and the best interest of this forum and everywhere else that you visit that you never speak of this ever again. We've had enough of this and it's time for this crap to stop.


Okay now it's me William Pearson again. I wrote this because I'm a crazy person and I was pretending to be somebody else, but that somebody else I was being as much as I hate to admit it is right even though he ( or I) was being a total jerk to me.

But I'm going to admit that I am autistic and I am obsessive and feel that some things should be a certain way, have a hard time being acceptive of life and what happens in my life, I'm behind in my life mentally, and I'm a psychologically troubled person and suffer from life-anxiety. And some of what's wrong with me cannot be reversed. I do get help and take medication.

I would stop watching FOP, but I did that once before and it only made things worse and I swore I'd never stop watching that show again. But it's just not the same anymore.
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PostPosted: Mon Apr 07, 2008 9:03 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Zimfan101 wrote:


Cartoon Network:
Courage The Cowardly Dog: best Cartoon on that network ever. If they can run crap like The Mr. Men Show and Chop Socky, they can run Courage and other shows like Sheep in The Big City for a half hour a day.
Codename: Kids Next Door: the last good Cartoon Network show deserves a small amount of runtime.

Have you watched the channel lately? Both shows do, in fact, air on weekdays.

Perosnally, I feel that Ed, Edd, n' Eddy's last season was it's best. Despite a total 360, turning the show from a storyboard-driven series to a script-first process, putting the kids in school, and digitally coloring everything in, the show still remains as great as ever.

With Toon Disney, bring on Bonkers, The Weekenders, Fillmore!, some more Marvel series(X-Men and either Hulk's in particular), and keep American Dragon, Gargoyles, and W.I.T.C.H., and I'll be happy.

With NickToons, I'll agree with The Wild Thornberrys and Doug, and I'll raise you Real Monsters and Kablam! Speaking of Nick, I'd say bring back Daria, O'Grady(only saw two eps, but I like what I saw), and try 6TEEN(also saw only two eps, but I also like what I saw) on The N, as well as Clarissa Explains It All and Hey Dude. I'd add Salute Your Shorts, but honestly, I don't think that'd work on there.

Not only should my cable provdier bring me Boomerang, but said channel should also add Sheep in the Big City. If Dexter and Johnny Bravo, two admittingly older series that have aired on the CN for years, air on Da Boom, there's plenty of room for Sheep, an original that hasn't aired on the channel since the "dark ages".

Going mroe towards live-action, I really think that ABC Family should bring back Boy Meets World and The Wonder Years. I just need an outlet for both of them again.
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Well, I admit that the shows I want to see I did record on tape like Corniel and Bernie, Chalkzone, and My Dad the Rock Star. But I want these shows back on TV so I can record them again. I know the old days are over but still, who said it had to be completely over?

Is there anyway to convince Nickelodeon, Cartoon Network, and Disney, or more specifically Toon Disney and Nicktoons Network to bring back some shows?

Until then, I'm going to continue watching what I have taped so far.

By the way was my last post in this topic kind of weird?
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Maybe a little bit William but something I thought of. If the movie is that horrible for you you should rewrite it into your own story. Turn everything around and have Wanda have the baby. Maybe that would help you a little bit
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William Pearson wrote:


Is there anyway to convince Nickelodeon, Cartoon Network, and Disney, or more specifically Toon Disney and Nicktoons Network to bring back some shows?

Sending e-Mails, and, more affectively, letters, to the network heads wouldn't hurt. But don't bother with Nick, Disney, or CN; let them continue with their newer series.
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I will consider doing my own story of Baby Poof but I don't want to do it at this time due to other life issues and unresolved conflicts I'm having and struggling with, including school, change in life, withdrawl from some things and people, and having trouble moving on with life, having trouble making up my mind on what to do, and having trouble doing some activities, and trying to struggle with past traumas and struggling with some phobias and anxieties. I'm trying to get my life in order here.

Eventually I am going to do some stories of Wanda having a baby, including a rewrite of a fanfic I did back in 2002 which was supposed to be done in Summer 2006, but it's still on hiatus until further notice.

And before I can do any stories of Baby Poof, I've got a few other characters I want to do first including a character member Fairly Odd Child made. That and I need to push myself into accepting Poof as a new Fairly Odd Parents character.

These are the names of the Cosmo and Wanda's children I'm planning on creating, or recreating, or using.

Tommy (created in 2002)
Fanda (created in 2003 by Fairly Odd Child but used with permission by me)
Rosmo (on hiatus)
and finally, Poof (should I?)

So Cosmo and Wanda are going to be a mother and father of four. Originally in 2006 it was going to be planned that Cosmo and Wanda have two sons and a dauther but now it appears that Cosmo and Wanda will be having a daughter and three sons. Furthermore, I will be featured in the stories.

I don't know what I should do now, make it Tommy, Fanda, and Rosmo or Tommy, Fanda, Rosmo and Poof. I have to think about this one because I still don't feel ready to accept the new episodes right now. Maybe next month I'll push myself into watching the new episodes. I kind of sort of like them, but I'm not ready for them right now. I'll probably just start Cosmo and Wanda as a parent of three for now and then when I'm ready, make them parents of four. Think how many God Sibblings Timmy will have! Timmy is really not going to want his Godparents or God brothers and God sister to leave.

Until I write these stories and maybe even do fanart of these characters, use your imagination on what they look like. One of them though doesn't look too much different from Timmy.

And as for the other thing, and I think some of you should do it too, writing letters seems like a good idea. I don't know if I will though but I do want to see Corniel and Bernie, Chalkzone, and My Dad the Rockstar again along with the rest of the shows I listed above.

I'm kind of confident that some of those shows will be back but probably won't be for a long time. I just hope I'm in the right mood and in a right environment when these happen. You wouldn't understand.

To tell you the truth, it's not the new episodes of Fairly Odd Parents I'm having trouble with, it's other things in life that's keeping me from wanting to watch them right now. I mean I still hate how Poof was born, which is part of what's making it harder, but I'm trying to get passed that.

I'm planning on writing these stories but I'm just waiting for the right time.
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PostPosted: Wed Apr 09, 2008 5:57 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

So Poof is the last fairy baby? then why did I see children fairies in todays episodes? I'm guessing the creator of Fairly odd Parents don't really follow up on episodes before hand. Surpris

William I think you should add Poof when your ready like maybe a big age gap since you already got the rest of the character's their.
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PostPosted: Wed Apr 09, 2008 3:05 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Rebekah 10 wrote:
So Poof is the last fairy baby? then why did I see children fairies in todays episodes? I'm guessing the creator of Fairly odd Parents don't really follow up on episodes before hand. Surpris

William I think you should add Poof when your ready like maybe a big age gap since you already got the rest of the character's their.


That's what I want to know too. Sometimes I feel like that show doesn't make any sense.

And I'm not totally for sure but I think that the fairies, since Cosmo and Wanda married Milleniums before Timmy's day, they are so advanced in Technology and other modern things, yet after Cosmo and Wanda got married, in that episode "Cosmo Con," they were in the Middle Ages. It's so weird and amazing how the fairies lived.

And I did mention something like if Cosmo is the last fairy baby then how come there were Fairy Children in that one episode where the fairies are watching Timmy on TV.

I love that cartoon but it's a weird show.
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