The Fairly OddParents

Season 8 Episode 4

When L.O.S.E.R.S. Attack

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Aired Daily 7:00 AM Oct 15, 2011 on Nickelodeon
6.7
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Timmy's enemies all decide to gang up on him and attack him together as the League of Super Evil Revenge Seekers (L.O.S.E.R.S.).

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  • The first half was a little weak and a little boring but then the second half of this special got funnier and better

    9.0
    FINALLY!!! a new episode/special of "The Fairly OddParents". This is a special by the way. In other words, it's a 30-minute episode. Anyways, when I first saw the promo for this special, it really didn't look that good to me and I honestly thought that it was going to be awful. I watched this special with low expectations and I thought it was very enjoyable. The first half of the special was a little weak and a little boring (which lowered my score a little). A lot of parts in this special did surprisingly made me laugh hard. Crocker, Foop, and Dark Vader teaming up and calling themselves L.O.S.E.R.S. which stands for League Of Super Evil Revenge Seekers was very funny. Mr. Turner's line "Man, Trixie Tang has really let herself go" was so funny. Mr. Crocker dressing up as Trixie Tang was so freakin' hilarious... I literally was LOLing. The villain's parts just through this special was very funny. Crocker, Foop, and Dark Vader asking Vicky to help them annihilate Timmy was pretty interesting. Vicky training Crocker, Foop, and Dark Vader definitely made me laugh so hard. This special even had an awesome twist that I literally didn't see coming. The twist was that Timmy got annihilated but it really wasn't Timmy. It was really all of the villains who looked like Timmy. The very ending of the special with Mr. Turner talking to the villains was so funny. Overall, a superb special of "The Fairly OddParents"... I must say it's one of the best specials I've ever seen. 9/10moreless

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