In the original transcript of "Just the Two of Us!", most of the scenes are significantly longer or feature more characters. Vicky and Veronica are the ones to egg Timmy on into wishing he was the last person on Earth as opposed to Chester. Trixie Tang remarks at the end that the events of the episode were a "strange dream", and had earlier dismissed being the only person on Earth as a dream natural to her because in real life the whole world revolves around her. She did not get with Timmy at first and regarded him being in her dream as weird, and Timmy tried to impress her with magic several times to no avail. After some closer looking, Timmy figured out that Trixie loves shoes, and she fell for him after he gave her shoes. After they got together, Trixie was becoming more demanding of both Timmy, and in turn Cosmo and Wanda's magic, because of what Wanda termed "Attention Decrease Syndrome" because she was used to all the boys in the world loving her. Trixie discovers Timmy's fairies while she is attacking him after their break up, but Timmy had managed to wish everything back to normal just as she did, although he did not know it at first and thought he lost Cosmo and Wanda until he got home. There, they explained that because he had made the wish before the discovery and because Trixie thought everything was a dream, he was safe, and Timmy said he would never be alone as long as he had his fairies, and that people should love him for who he is, not for what he can give. In the actual episode, most of these events did not happen, although a scene where Trixie is fawning over shoes is seen.
This is the second time in the show since Love Struck that Timmy rejects Trixie, more so because he realized the mistake of his wish of him and her being the only two humans/life forms left on the planet.
The words "Gosh, you're pretty!" are said to Trixie 6 times.
Timmy learns not to break up with a girl in the dangerous gardening section.
We learn that Trixie becomes very psychotic and obsessive when there is only one boy that she can use to adore her.
Because of this episode, a few Trixie fans believed that some of the writers who wrote this episode are Tootie fans who wanted to see Trixie out of character, which make this the most hated episode for all Trixie fans.