I caught the trailer for the upcoming three-part "Fairly OddParents" special "Wishology" during the Kids' Choice Awards last Saturday, and being a Timmy/Tootie shipper, I was naturally turned off by the fact that 1) Tootie (the sweet girl who loves Timmy for who he is) was nowhere to be seen in the clips, and 2) one of the clips was of Timmy and Trixie (the snooty girl who clearly hates him) about to kiss. So, as my response, I decided to draw this picture, based on a scenario I've long imagined happening at the end of the show's storyline and, if you ask me, a scene they should have happen at the end of "Wishology":
After the evil threat of the Darkness is vanquished, and as everyone's resolving all the plot threads, Trixie comes up to Timmy, holding out the "Trixie's Boyfriend" badge and claiming that she is now willing to be his girlfriend. He at first seems happy to hear that and is about to accept her offer, but then he looks behind himself and sees Tootie walking off, saddened by the apparent fact that she'll never win his heart now. But Timmy then answers, "I'm sorry, Trixie, but the answer is no," much to Trixie's shock and Tootie's surprise. "I've learned something over the past 180 minutes [or whatever amount of time the story takes up]," he says, "and it's that you're not the right girl for me like I previously thought. I kept pouring out my heartfelt devotion to you every other day, and for what?! For you to callously reject me and throw me out of your mansion grounds? Well, no more!! I finally see you for what you really are, Trixie Tang - a shallow insecure girl who only cares about her own reputation as one of the popular kids! And now that I think of it, I finally realize I've been giving the wrong treatment to the girl I should've known all along was the girl I truly loved - Tootie [insert last name here]!" Tootie comes up to Timmy and asks him if he really means that. "I do, Tootie", he responds, taking her hands in his. "I've always loved you; I just wish I had realized it sooner." (At this point, Cosmo asks Wanda if they need to grant that, but she answers something like, "No, this was something he had to find out for himself.") Timmy then puts his arms around Tootie and kisses her passionately, drawing a heavy "awwww" from all the bystanders. Except for Trixie, who responds to this with sorrowful crying, claiming she'll never love again. And then maybe Remy comes up to rub her shoulders in comfort, saying "There there, Miss Tang; that peasant Turner was never your type anyway." Trixie takes a look at Remy and, seeing him in a light she's never seen him in before (especially since she's never really seen him much, period), starts flirting with him, to which, in a display of hypocritical humor typical of the show, Remy shyly responds by yelling out, "Uh, Turner, are you sure you don't want her anymore!?" (Though when Trixie pounces on him and starts kissing him repeatedly, he takes that statement back.) And the very last shot has Timmy & Tootie happily walking off into the sunset, their arms on each other's shoulders, under the approving eyes of Cosmo, Wanda, and Poof.
OK, so maybe that sounds a little too much like the ending of the Valentine's Day episode (except of course for the addition of the Remy/Trixie angle), but imagining that happening made me feel good, and if they actually did it on the show, that would also make me feel good. Anyway, that little scenario is what's going on in the picture shown here. Enjoy!
Characters are © Butch Hartman, Frederator, and Nickelodeon.