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Fairly Oddparents, The - Timmy's Wishing
In the very first episode, them one were Timmy gets Cosmo and Wanda, They get chased by a snake. Cosmo and Wanda say they can't do anything unless the godchild wishes for it. Then how come in other episodes, they do certain things to help Timmy that he didn't even wish for? Like in the episode where Timmy becomes a carny, he wishes to live on the road. Cosmo takes it literally and brings them to a road. A car is about to hit them, but then Wanda poofs them to the side of the road. Timmy never said "I wish we were on the side of the road". Big slip up.
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episode where Timmy gets Cosmo and Wanda and other episodes.
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Anonymous on 11-11-2004
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anonymous writes:
It's Cosmo who put them on the road. He takes almost everything literal. It's not a slip-up.
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Eric the Anteater writes:
It may be that the big mean fairy changed 'Da Rulez' to protect kids from their wishes.
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Mr. Jack writes:
I have to agree with you.. And I also have to wonder why in every episode where Timmy finds out he can't interfere with "true love", why is it called true love when one of the people isn't in love. For example when Vicky is holding Chip Skylark hostage. Chip doesn't love her so shouldn't Timmy be able to wish him free?
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