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What’s a 10-year-old to do? If you’re Timmy Turner, all you gotta do is turn to your magical, mystical and totally messed-up Fairy Godparents for help. But when the fairies involved are as wacky as Cosmo and Wanda, you might get more of their “help” than you bargained for!
Created by Butch Hartman
Executive prodcucers: Butch Hartman, Fred Seibert
Season 1 & Season 2
1: The Big Problem! / Power Mad!
2: Spaced Out! / TransParents!
3: Chin Up! / Dog’s Day Afternoon!
4: A Wish Too Far! / Tiny Timmy!
5: Father Time! / Apartnership!
6: Dream Goat! / The Same Game!
7: Christmas Every Day
8: Boys in the Band / Hex Games
9: Boy Toy / Inspection Detection
10: Action Packed / Smarty Pants
11: A Mile in My Shoes / Super Bike
12: Timvisible / That Old Black Magic
13: Foul Balled / The Boy Who Would Be Queen
14: Totally Spaced Out / The Switch Glitch
15: Knighty Knight / Mighty Mom and Dyno Dad
16: Fairy Fairy Quite Contrary / Nectar of the Odds
17: Hail to the Chief / Twistory
18: Fool’s Day Out / Deja Vu
19: Information Stupor Highway
20: Scary Godparents
21: Ruled Out / That’s Life
22: Shiny Teeth / Odd Odd West
23: Microphoney / So Totally Spaced Out
24: Love Struck!
25: Cosmo Con / Wanda’s Day Off
26: Odd Jobs / Movie Magic
30: Sleep Over And Over / Mother Nature
31: Engine Blocked / Mighty Mom and Dyno Dad Meet the Crimson Chin
32: Most Wanted Wish / This is Your Wish
33: Beddy Bye / The Grass is Always Greener
34: The Secret Origin of Denzel Crocker
35: Which Witch is Which / Kung Timmy
36: The Big Scoop /Pipe Down
37: The Crimson Chin in: Crime Wave / Odd Ball
38: Where’s Wanda / Imaginary Gary
39: Chip Off the Old Chip / Snow Bound
40: Miss Dimmsdale / Mind Over Magic
41: Shelf Life
42: Hard Copy / Parent Hoods
43: A Bad Case of Diary-Uh / Lights! Camera! Adam!
44: Jimmy Timmy Power Hour
45: Baby Face / Mr. Right
46: Vicky Loses Her Icky / Pixies Inc.
47: Class Clown / Odd Couple
48: The FOP Big Superhero Wish
49: Power Pals / Emotion Commotion
50: Fairy Friends and Neighbors / Just the Two of Us
51: Who’s Your Daddy / Homewrecker
52: A New Squid in Town / Wish Fixers
53: Beach Bummed / Truth or Cosmoquences
54: Channel Chasers
55: Channel Chasers
56: Channel Chasers
57: Genie Meanie Minie Mo / Catman Meets the Crimson Chin
58: School’s Out
59: School’s Out
F-1: Fairly Oddparents: The Movie
Western Animation / The Fairly OddParents
The Fairly OddParents is a hyperactive animated series about a little boy named Timmy Turner and his fairy godparents, Cosmo and Wanda. Running for ten seasons (from March 30, 2001 to July 26, 2017), it is the second longest-running scripted series in Nickelodeon’s history, behind only SpongeBob SquarePants. note Nick News with Linda Ellerbee is the longest-running series overall, at 23 years.
In most episodes, Timmy uses Cosmo and Wanda’s magic to deal with some mundane problem. Inevitably, things spiral rapidly out of control: whether it’s getting his dad a cooler job, or dealing with one of his many everyday enemies. Some of these include school bully Francis, sadistic and manipulative babysitter Vicky, fairy-obsessed Sadist Teacher Mr. Crocker, and. Darth Vader Expy Dark Laser. And then there are the episodes where Timmy somehow gets entangled in Fairy World politics. Needless to say, even Timmy’s more sensible wishes are twisted to gigantic extremes and backfire horribly, forcing Timmy to hit the Reset Button and accept his horrible life. As the series went on, additional characters were added to the main trio, to mixed reception: Cosmo and Wanda’s fairy baby Poof in the sixth season, their talking fairy dog Sparky in the ninth, and Timmy’s new neighbor Chloe in the tenth season, whom he has to share Cosmo and Wanda with.
Despite its popularity, it notably remains the channel’s most successful property to never receive a theatrical movie. One was planned by Paramount along with Nickelodeon Movies, but was dropped due to a management change stemming from parent company Viacom’s split from CBS. However, there have been multiple TV movies and special episodes, as well as three live-action television movies starring Drake Bell as a 23-year-old Timmy who still has Cosmo and Wanda: A Fairly Odd Movie: Grow Up, Timmy Turner!, A Fairly Odd Christmas and A Fairly Odd Summer.
In February 2018, the show’s creator, Butch Hartman, announced that he was leaving Nickelodeon after being with the company for 20 years, confirming that the show ended production after 16 years.
The first 69 episodes are legally available on YouTube for free. (courtesy of Treehouse Direct by Nelvana, which owns the international rights to the early seasons)
For other media related to this show see the franchise page.