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It is established that Timmy is actively trying to avoid falling in love with Tootie, and goes so far as to say that she kissed him once and it was not voluntary. However, that kiss was on the episode "Love Struck!" (season 3, episode 24), and it completely contradicts what Timmy is saying. The kiss was voluntary because Timmy was in love with Tootie at the end of the episode - he shot himself with Cupid's arrow specifically so that he would fall in love with her. The kiss was definitely not forced upon him, and based on Cosmo's reaction to watching it, it was not a platonic kiss either. ("That's cute." "Ok, this is a little awkward." "OK, this is downright creepy." See more »
I feel that as a once avid fan of the show and as a living breathing human being that this was the worst thing I've ever had the misfortune of sitting through. Even if the creators had attempted to make this watchable (which they did not), it would not have mattered in the slightest, because the very premise of Grow Up Timmy Turner is wrong. The Fairly Oddparents was NEVER meant to be live action, and anyone who saw The Last Airbender can attest to that.
And this is without even mentioning the dialogue (which is atrocious even by kid TV standards), the characters (whose attributes in no way reflected those of the actual cartoon characters), and the complete miscasting of Drake Bell, Jason (George Costanza) Alexander, and Cheryl Hines.
Even the defense that "it's just for kids" would be invalid because Nickelodeon has created some of television's best shows, shows that to this day I still remember fondly (Rugrats, SpongeBob, Rocket Power, Doug, Hey Arnold, and EVEN Fairly Oddparents!). Every person involved with this production should be ashamed of themselves for not only creating such dreck but for insulting the intelligence of every viewer ages 0 and up!
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