The Fairly OddParents

Season 3 Episode 4

Love Struck

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Aired Daily 7:00 AM Feb 14, 2003 on Nickelodeon
8.6
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When Timmy is snubbed yet again by Trixie, and flanked yet again by Tootie, on Valentine's Day, he wishes that he "could live in a world without girls". This results in Cosmo and Wanda moving every woman in Dimmsdale to another part of the world, which is putting much strain and pain on Cupid because of a lack of love. Eventually, the citizens of Himsdale and Hersdale have a blast apart, but are dogged by the aspect that "something is missing", unaware that it is love, and the opposite gender. Timmy tries to unite them, but they only cause a war where only a "warrior of love" can come in and restore everything.moreless

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  • Valentine's Day Review #9

    9.0
    When Timmy is snubbed yet again by Trixie, and flanked yet again by Tootie, on Valentine's Day, he wishes that he "could live in a world without girls". This results in Cosmo and Wanda moving every woman in Dimmsdale to another part of the world, which is putting much strain and pain on Cupid because of a lack of love. Eventually, the citizens of Himsdale and Hersdale have a blast apart, but are dogged by the aspect that "something is missing", unaware that it is love, and the opposite gender. Timmy tries to unite them, but they only cause a war where only a "warrior of love" can come in and restore everything. I thought that this was a superb Valentine's Day special of "The Fairly OddParents". The storyline was very creative and the way things were rolling in this special were very good. My score is just a little low because some parts were a little boring. I also didn't laugh a lot in this special but whenever there was humor though, it would be either mildly funny or very funny. Timmy wishing a world where girls don't exist was a pretty interesting idea. Timmy saving Valentine's Day when he saw that Cupid is losing his love power was also very cool. I also enjoyed the fact that Timmy learned the true meaning of Valentine's Day at the end of the episode and how he decided that he would rather have Tootie as his valentine then Trixie Tang. Everything about this special is worth watching every year. I mean, it's not the best special I've seen but the enjoyable and entertainment is very good and that's good for me. Overall, a superb Valentine's Day special of "The Fairly OddParents". 9/10moreless
  • A great episode.

    8.0
    PLOT: When Timmy is rejected by Trixie on Valentine's Day, he wishes for a world without girls, so Cosmo and Wanda divide the world with girls on one side, and boys on the other. Because there is a lack of love, Cupid begins to lose power. After a while, the citizens of Himsdale and Hersdale begin to think that something is missing, so it's up to Timmy to restore the world back to the way it was.



    This was a great episode. It had a good plot, to begin with. It was funny seeing the world after the men and women were split up, too. Even though I'm not a fan of episodes that are centered around Valentine's Day, I still think that this was a great episode. It was good to see Tootie appear in an episode again. It was also great to see Timmy reject Trixie for Tootie at the end of the episode, IMO. So, even though it isn't the best episode ever, I still liked this episode.

    8/10.

    ~Pharaoh2.moreless
  • Oh, dude.

    9.4
    Finally! A GOOD holiday special this time. Timmy experiences embarrassment reminiscent of Fool's Day Out and invokes a separation policy. I feel sorry for him and really wanted to strangle all those girls and Cupid for teasing Timmy, but his wish more than fixes it nicely. That oughta teach them all who's boss. I'd comment on the given environments for males and females, but I won't.

    Tootie is just plain underappreciated. This marks her third appearance so far; why doesn't she appear more often?! I know the ending seems it came out of pity, but I could care less. Trixie may have finally gotten the message, but she doesn't deserve Timmy AT ALL. More inspiration for my FOP fanfic.moreless
  • Love Struck

    0.0
    This episode of Fairly Odd Parents is the worst episode ever it is too sugary I never known Fairly Odd Parents episode could be that bad. After I watched that episode for the first and last time I couldn't cope throughout that day because it was so bad. It made me shudder for the rest of the day.
  • Good episode.

    8.5
    This great episode was good and I really enjoyed it. Because Timmy goes to a dance in an ice-skating arena and many things happen in which I think some of them were great like the way Chester dresses as a girl to dance with A.J was a very funny part in the episode in my opinion of it. But the part that was quite sad was when Timmy couldn't dance with Trixie because there were to many people. I liked another part in the episode when Mark appeared in was great as I think of the part of the episode.



    But when Timmy wishes that Trixie and him were alone in the universe wasn't good, but atleast he was alone and Trixie went insane because there was nobody in the world. Also another part I liked from the episode was when Trixie followed Timmy with a helicopter and wanted to release missiles was funny because it said that the missiles were sold separately and it was a great part that one and this episode was also very well made.moreless
Jason Marsden

Jason Marsden

Chester (2003 -)

Recurring Role

Carlos Alazraqui

Carlos Alazraqui

Mr. Denzel Crocker

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Tara Strong

Tara Strong

Timmy Turner

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