“Ned’s Declassified School Survival Guide” Moments That Stand Out to Me

Aired in the 2000s, the show centers around a middle school boy, Ned Bigby, who navigates the toughness of junior high and gives the audience advice. He’s got his closest friends, Simon Nelson Cook (or Cookie) and Jennifer Mosely (or Moze) with him a lot. There are also bullies. A major example is Jock, whoContinue reading ““Ned’s Declassified School Survival Guide” Moments That Stand Out to Me”

Review of “Jimmy Timmy Power Hour” (2004)

This becomes a 3-part series, but here, I will only review the first one from 2004. The story begins in the Fairly OddParents universe. Everyone in Mr. Crocker’s class has prepared for his or her science project – except for Timmy. Anxious about failing the upcoming science fair, Timmy wishes to enter the greatest labContinue reading “Review of “Jimmy Timmy Power Hour” (2004)”

Review of the Show, “Danny Phantom”

Created by Butch Hartman after “The Fairly Odd Parents,” the premise focuses on a 14-year-old boy named Danny. He has two ghost-hunting parents who have a special machine with a portal. Danny has done something that altered his DNA. And… you guessed it… he became a ghost. Well… he’s just half ghost. From then on,Continue reading “Review of the Show, “Danny Phantom””

My Top Unanswered “Fairly OddParents” Questions

As a long-time fan of “The Fairly OddParents,” particularly as a child, I have picked on a lot of details, from inconsistencies to unrealistic situations, and to various mysteries. Below are some questions that still linger in my head, even as an adult. Why aren’t Timmy’s parents’ first names revealed until so much later? WhileContinue reading “My Top Unanswered “Fairly OddParents” Questions”

Review of “The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie” (2004)

Warning: contains spoilers*** A bunch of pirates have tickets to “The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie,” sing the theme song, and enter the movie theater, which is close to a boating dock (pretty odd). Then it focuses on Bikini Bottom—only for there to be a police investigation due to a customer not having cheese in his crabbyContinue reading “Review of “The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie” (2004)”

My Favorite Episodes From “SpongeBob SquarePants”

I am big a fan of “SpongeBob SquarePants,” although not a longtime one. For many years, I’d lost interest in it, but then I got back into it. Now I play songs from the show a lot, like when I wash dishes or lift weights. Anyway, here are my favorite episodes. 6: “Employee of theContinue reading “My Favorite Episodes From “SpongeBob SquarePants””

My Top Episodes of “The Fairly OddParents”

From ages 7 – 12, I was a huge fan of “The Fairly Odd Parents”. I noticed tons of details, changes (including some inconsistencies), and much more. I would go out of my way to watch a FOP special. For example, when “Fairy Idol” premiered, I wanted to be home in time to watch it.Continue reading “My Top Episodes of “The Fairly OddParents””

Differences Between the “Jimmy Neutron” Movie and TV Series

It all began in 2001 when a young boy genius was introduced to us and the famous line he often says will never leave our minds: “Gotta Blast!” That’s right, I’m talking about the one and only…Jimmy Neutron. The theatrical release started it all. Then came the TV show, “The Adventures of Jimmy Neutron, BoyContinue reading “Differences Between the “Jimmy Neutron” Movie and TV Series”

The Biggest Details I’ve Noticed in “The Fairly Oddparents”

As a childhood favorite, I not only learned a lot about “The Fairly OddParents”, but I also picked up many details, both as a kid and now as an adult. You probably know the premise: a young boy named Timmy Turner is miserable and has two fairies that grant him wishes. But he has toContinue reading “The Biggest Details I’ve Noticed in “The Fairly Oddparents””

“Fairly OddParents” Theory-Is Everyone as Happy as the US?

The Fairly Odd Parents was, perhaps, my favorite childhood cartoon growing up. I watched it from when it first came out in 2001, at the age of 7, up until right after turning 13, when I lost interest. But now I have regained a passion for it again. Anyway, one thing I noticed about theContinue reading ““Fairly OddParents” Theory-Is Everyone as Happy as the US?”