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It is a crossover episode between the Fairly OddParents and The Loud House. experiment which nearly ends up destroying her room and the whole Loud residence. The Loud House and the Fairly OddParents characters meet and hijinks. Meet the Odd Parents: After what seems like forever, Mom and Dad have finally gotten hip to the fact that Timmy has fairy godparents. The question now is: how. The Fairly OddParents (–). / Rate This Meet the Odd Parents Poster. After Timmy makes Color: Color. See full technical specs». Edit.

Did he want this to happen? And, if so, why? Crocker is quite an angsty character, if you think about it and he may have just wanted to end it therefore he gave them more dessert in hopes that it would. Basically, Crocker was very angry and upset at the world and desired its ending.

Or, because of the Sugar High, his usual brand of 24 hour insanity was amplified to the point where it made him spout sciencey reasoning for a moment, before returning to crazy-town and throwing all that is rational and logical out the window by contradicting exactly what he just said and making the kids gain more weight.

Then, of course, there's the whole "giving people dessert doesn't increase the mass of the Earth" thing. It wasn't to make them fatter. He said that as a joke. He was just giving them desserts as a treat and jokingly saying it would make them fat.

Cosmo and Wanda went only 24 hrs without granting wishes and they exploded, but Norm exploded in two weeks. That could be because Norm is bigger than them most fairies are the size of 10 year olds, Norm is the size of a human adult. Regular laws of the universe suggest that it takes a longer time to build up enough pressure to explode if you are bigger. Genies spend hundreds of years without granting wishes. Norm spent the last 30 in his lamp. The question should be, why did he explode at all?

He was a fairy-genie hybrid. What did the 30 come from? But being only part fairy if the above troper is accurate could explain why he took a week to explode. What kind of unbelievable idiot would buy, or even design a glass house?!? What if there was some sort of severe weather? The glass would crumble and he would be sliced to pieces. You'd think someone old enough to buy a house would be smart enough to know that. His mother is just that good at her job.

It's called a greenhouse. They just wanted to make a Billy Joel reference one of his most well-known albums is called Glass Houses, taken from the old saying "Don't throw stones at glass houses"; also, the house Joel lived in was made of glass, if the house on the album's cover really was his house. In "Power Mad" Wanda says Timmy can't wish his friends out because he wished for a game that he couldn't wish himself out of. Last time I checked, "I" and "myself" can't refer to someone else.

He said "you" and "yourself". But just because you can't wish yourself out of the game, doesn't mean that you can't wish someone else out of it. Cosmo and Wanda probably were suffering from an ear problem because of the loudness of the video games so they heard it wrong or The Powers That Be were lazy. He obviously meant the theoretical "you" "anybody at all, nobody in particular". For example, "To make an omelette, you have to break a few eggs" — that "you.

Regardless of what he meant, he said 'self', even if any player in the game can't wish themselves' out, there should be nothing keeping anyone from wishing someone else out. If I remember correctly, Timmy's wish was " Nope, it was "a game you can't wish yourself out of".

That doesn't mean wish someone else out of it. First isn't there a plural you in our language ,y'all, and I think it's like this "a game you theoretical can't wish yourself the same theoretical person out of" so there would be nothing stopping Timmy from wishing them out of the game. English only actually differentiates plural and singular 'you' in context of numbers.

You can't wish yourself out of" can apply both to you yourself or you and your friends or you and everyone. Why don't we just go with the fact that it was an incredibly stupid thing to wish in the first place? Also, why did they need enough power to make the game that they had to plug their wands into the wall while transporting a kid to Fairyworld is supposed to be near impossible for one fairy but they can do that on a whim?

Different types of energies. Most fairy magic is teleportation, which making or even rewriting a game is not. Seems odd that Remy Buxaplenty keeps trying to wish Timmy's Godparents away. Isn't there something in Da' Rules? Yeah, but he wasn't trying to wish them away himself with his fairies. He was trying to make Timmy lose them forever, regardless of method. Is he addicted to it? Did The Powers That Be ruin his character or something?

Try it some time. Why weren't genies in the Fairly Odd Games? Or the other magical creatures? Deciding what the best magical creatures are is unfair if not all of them are there. Is this the fairies' Fantastic Racism against them or something? Why didn't they at least ask? All the genies are trapped in their lamps and can't enter the Games. The genies don't care All of the other reindeer used to laugh and call him names.

They never let poor Rudolph join in any reindeer games. You know, like that. I think if the genies had entered, they would have bet for their freedom. Also several others would also enter. That would have put Timmy in a moral conundrum that would be quite interesting to work out with the options being: If the Pixies won, he'd become an office worker in Pixie World. And they'd be the best magical creatures. Canon if the Anti-Fairies won, he'd become Anti-Cosmo's evil godkid.

Canon If the genies won, they'd be free. And be the best magical creatures. If the Leprechauns won, they'd do something related to gold at the end of rainbows or four-leaf clovers, probably. And be the best magically creatures. If the wizards and witches won they'd do something stereotypically associated with wizards and witches. And they would be the best magical creatures. If the fairies won, they would be the best magical creatures and Timmy would be able to make the other groups do what ever he wanted them to.

Canon I personally think the reason only Fairies, Anti-Fairies, and Pixies compete in the games is because the games were created to settle an argument between those three groups. Genies and such weren't invited because they simply weren't a part of the argument that brought the games to life. How exactly did Cosmo and Wanda grant the "only two people in the universe" wish in Just the Two of Us?

Killing people is against Da Rules, so I'm pretty sure wishing everyone out of existence would be rejected. And even if Cosmo and Wanda poofed everyone to a pocket dimension or something, how could their magic effect those like Jorgen when it's been repeatedly shown that there are those that their magic has no effect on? Maybe because Timmy didn't wish away everyone in the entire universe? He only wished that he and Trixie were the only intelligent creatures on Earth, besides Cosmo and Wanda, and Trixie didn't question why.

There's no reason they had to be dead. He just made them leave the earth temporarily. And of course, when they came back, no one remembered anything, or that would tell them that fairies exist.

It's been shown by Mama Cosma that a fairy's color is hereditary, but Poof, the son of green Cosmo and pink Wanda, is purple. Cosmo's mother is aqua. Also Big Daddy has no discernible color scheme but both of his daughters are pink Blonda dyes. Big Daddy's eyes are pink. Eye color is hereditary. Still, green is a mix of blue and yellow, while pink is a light red. If the genetic coding for yellow is recessive when faced with the red gene, purple may be a valid option.

Recessive genes are just weird like that. Something like a certain hair color might not show up for decades, and then just pop up on any random kid in the family. If their colors were hereditary, if you think about it then in 3 generations all fairies would be brown.

I always thought there were some kind of 'master color' and every generation is a slight variation. Aqua is a variation of green, and pink and purple are variations of red Why is Timmy still after Trixie, even though she's been shown on at least two occasions to be extremely paranoid and severely histrionic?

You would think that nearly getting garden-tooled to death for leaving her alone for twenty seconds would be enough to turn a guy off, even with Status Quo. Especially since Status Quo agrees that she's flat-out, probably homicidally insane, and it wasn't just a one-episode wish backfire. Yeah, he thinks she's hot, but wouldn't the very things he tried to get rid of her for in at least two episodes be reason not to resume his already mostly baseless pursuance of her?

In case you haven't noticed, every human character is either insane or has some sort of psychological disorder. Timmy seems to have ADHD and makes completely crazy wishes, never learning anything despite the outrageous consequences. Timmy's parents are completely oblivious to Vicky's cruelty even though she has burst into their house with chainsawssuggesting they spend too much time in a fantasy world.

Vicky is a sadist and pretty quick tempered. Tootie is probably bipolar and has an unhealthy obsession with a boy that treats her like dirt. Veronica seems to think she's Trixie. Chester gleefully eats garbage and has a number of other weird obsessions.

Crocker speaks for himself. Principal Waxaplax has attacked people over food. Doug Dimmadome seems to be megalomaniacal. In short, sanity is overrated in this world. Never learning anything despite the outrageous consequences is probably the key phrase. How does Status Quo agree with that? Trixie went insane for one episode, when she discovered that everyone she cared about had disappeared. Not to mention she had Hidden Depths. She kissed him in one episode for choosing his friends over popularity though she made sure no one saw and was shown to care for him.

And now she's not insane. Trixie does display remarkable periods where she has emotions for Timmy. The main problem is that Timmy, being the nice kid he is, will help Trixie and Tootie equally when they need it. In Fairy Idol, doesn't Chester know Timmy has fairy godparents at the end? How does that work? No, because he never knew about Cosmo and Wanda in the first place, so the only fairy Timmy's ever had as far as Chester knows is Norm.

And Chester's memory was erased after he made his third genie-wish. Something very minor from Channel Chasers- "Ignore the shaving cut and the five o'clock shadow -" Maybe he got a really deep cut the last time he was shaving and had let some of the hair grow back.

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They were in a Blue's Clues parody and the joke is that the Steve Expy is supposed to be a kid like the target audience, even though he's obviously in his late 20's. Despite the show's major case of general inner inconsistencies Somewhere in the middle of the episode Wanda mentions they can give him all those things Remy is giving him, and he replies that he's better, because he can give him what he wishes without having to worry about anyone seeing it.

But not once, not twice, Timmy simply wishes something to his fairies in public for example, in the classroomand we're just supposed to assume that, since no one was on-screen, no one even noticed he was wishing something to his school material and suddenly it came true? Viewers Are Morons aside, is there any logic I'm losing here? Never thought of that, but yes that is a huge case of them failing logic forever and having to repeat a grade.

Most of the time, Timmy makes wishes that appear as coincidence. Additionally the wishes he makes in that episode are predominately hidden-casting; one example in that episode being that he wished for a lunch before opening his lunch box so it's fully likely that his parents who do care, as they point out and prove often enough could have made it for him.

Why did the Pixies and Anti-Fairies lose their individual motives, and decide that they wanted to destroy the world in Fairly Odd Baby? I can't justify the pixies, but for the anti-fairies: A better question is why are the pixies even working with the anti-fairies? They're the complete opposite: Yeah, it would be the ultimate bad luck. This troper still has no clue about why the Pixies were or why they teamed up.

This troper supposes the Powers That Be supposed that since they were both evil Thinking about it, the Pixies act like a business. If they wanted order, isn't the most efficient way to do it is completely destroying the Earth?

Maybe then there would be no one to go against them? Or Anti-Cosmo brainwashed him. If he's as smart as Cosmo is stupid, I don't see why not First, keep in mind that destroying the earth would severely limit the Fairies.

Even with opposing purposes, working together would be beneficial for both the Pixies and Anti-Fairies in the long-run. Second, Anti-Cosmo is a calculating genius. He could have off-screen made a promise to let them recreate the earth as they want if they help. I remember another guy who basically felt that destroying everything would bring about order.

His name was Nekron. Maybe they felt that destroying the planet would mean the universe would be a less chaotic place, especially without any godchildren making wishes.

Hey, at least it's an explanation If I recall correctly, Cosmo gets sick and spends an episode involuntarily transforming. The show then goes into detail about how Fairies' shape-shifting is a biological function, controlled by a gland. Yet how many times have the Fairies lost their wands and been rendered pretty much helpless? Pretty much a Fan Wank Voodoo Sharkbut Could it be because the gland needed some stimuli regarding the functionality of the wands??

And that the sickness itself is because the gland gets too I just rewatched Wishy Washy and noticed something: Turner walks on screen and starts talking to her son And apparently they aren't seen. Adults Are Useless indeed. Actually, she never really saw them, she was crying the whole time and didn't look Timmy's direction to see his fairies. Why doesn't Tootie have fairy god parents? Timmy himself noted that Vicky spends more time tormenting her since they live together.

Shouldn't she be the one in more need of them? In the episode "Birthday Wish" it is said that Tootie is twice as miserable as Timmy and can have fairies, but she also tried to give away her secret.

A more believable explanation is that she is too happy to have them. Yes, that Birthday episode said she was twice as miserable as Timmy, but that episode, Love Struck, and Boy Toy are the only episodes she acts truly miserable in, and in all three Timmy was just as responsible for her misery as Vicky was. As long as Timmy keeps occasionally doing nice things for her, Tootie stays in a medium where she is just about happy enough to not receive fairies, sort of like Timmy keeping Vicky around to remain miserable enough to keep fairies.

Or perhaps SHE was assigned fairy godparents after the episode Birthday Wish, it's just pure speculation but from the previews of the movie Grow Up Timmy Turner, she seems to interact with Timmy's godfamily that would imply that she is perhaps somewhat aware of them, also, if this is the case, it may have been explained to her that she shouldn't reveal them.

As for why we never have seen Tootie's godparents, perhaps she's just better at hiding them than Timmy! Maybe, Tootie did have Fairy Godparents at one point of her life, but she told someone she had them and she lost her memory. I would imagine that there's some kind of simulation run on each kid who's eligible for fairy god parents to determine how likely they are to reveal the secret, and how easily they can be stopped. If they aren't likely to reveal the secret, or are, but could be stopped easily, then they get FGPs.

So it's likely that they do know, by the risk is just too great. Near the beginning of "Just the Two of Us" Chester is too poor to afford skates, but he can afford an entire female skating outfit????? Well, it didn't say specifically that Chester couldn't buy skates, and AJ probably helped with the money. If he was going to be born, why did Anti-Cosmo help HP kidnap Poof in the special when he would have his own super powerful baby?

Why did Foop's birth happen a long time after Poof's? Most importantly, why did they screw up the established naming convention? It should be Anti-Poof, not Foop! Remember Anti-Fairies are the opposite of Fairies so that explains why the Anti-Fairy female has the baby. As for it taking so long for Foop to be born, this was lampshaded a bit when Anti-Cosmo wondered why there was an Anti-Fairy for every Fairy, but there was no Anti-Poof.

As for the name, it sounds like the producers were just looking for a gimmick name, even if it did fly in the face of established canon. This troper always thought it was because Poof was the sound fairies made and Foop was the sound Anti-faries made.

A logical explanation behind Foop's name could be traced back to the episode "Nega Timmy". In it, Timmy wished to do the opposite of whatever his mom and dad told him to do. Once he made that wish, whenever a "Poof" cloud appeared, which happened every time his parents told him to do something and Timmy did the opposite of what they said to him, it was backwards and read "Foop" which might be why Foop was named that.

Scientists did a similar thing about antiparticles: They had an excuse, though; the positron was the first antiparticle discovered. In the first Nega Chin episode, the representation of the Chin from the 80's is muscular and wielding guns. Wouldn't that be the 90's Chin? If you mean that, as a parody of the Dark Age-era heroes, then not quite.

It was probably more specifically a parody of Batman: It was released inand is generally cited as one of two comics the other being Watchmen that kicked off the Dark Agewhich lasted well into the 90s.

In the episode where Timmy runs a lemonade stand to afford tickets, why doesn't he just wish for something like a tank and sell it? First of all, he's ish; not exactly an age of high intelligence. Second, because if he did that, then we wouldn't have a minute show. Plus, even if we did have a minute show where he succeeds in selling the tank, it would've be focused on the destruction caused by Tank Goodness and worm its way into the Ice Show.

Why didn't he wish for the stadium to have more seats, and then wish for more tickets? Because he isn't too smart. Alternatively, the stadium is on the edge of a cliff. Add in a few more seats, and bye bye. He tried that, Wanda said it would violate the fire code And besides, it was already mentioned. Da Rules forbids wishing for money. I'm assuming wishing for something to sell for money would also be covered. In one episode, Timmy and his godparents switch roles, turning Cosmo and Wanda into normal kids with green and pink hair, no less and Timmy into a fairy.

What would have happened to Anti-Cosmo and Anti-Wanda in that episode?? Would they have become anti-normal children?? And would an Anti-Timmy had been born?? Fanfics about this do exist.

In one episode, Wanda is shocked when Cosmo manages to light candles under the water in the fishbowl. Just before he does it, Timmy asks "What's new? It's kind of the whole premise of the show! I don't see why she should be so surprised that he could light three measly little candles. Well, Cosmo lit the candles through non-magical means. If he used his wand, it wouldn't have been a shock, but he rubbed two sticks together. The sticks actually were their wands, so that probably had something to do with it.

First, most magic is teleportationor alchemy. Imaginary Gary had to exist, even if it was inside Timmy's mind. Gah is a future form of Timmy. Even the flying can be explained through the wings and a 'magical force' counteracting gravity. And neither teleportation nor alchemy technically break the laws of physics. Hell, there's Unwish Island where things that are unwished go because they can't be destroyed.

And then the trash episode where we get introduced to Big Daddy. How could the Aquaman Expy get a movie when he was lost in space with the other superheroes Timmy wished for? Like how Adam West was playing the Crimson Chin. Chester's dad is always referred to as "the worst baseball player ever", and it's once said this is because he lost the World Series. Don't you have to be one of the best to even get to the World Series?! Probably was benched the whole time, maybe.

As a secret weapon? Chester's dad probably lost the World Series for his team single-handedly by doing something really stupid or unlucky e. As a result, he ruined his own reputation as a baseball player forever.

He wears the paper bag to hide his identity from any fans of or teammates from his old team who might want to lynch him for his blunders. This is Dimmsdale, remember - people have really, really, ridiculously short tempers here. Given that they're also really stupid, the paper bag is probably the height of concealment by their standards.

Plus, we don't ever find out Chester's dad's name, do we? It's Bucky Mc Badbat. It's never stated he got in by merit of how good of a player he is - he could've just been on the team so they'd have a complete reserve roster, but he was the one player they never had to call up In a recent episode where Trixie Tang throws a costume party, Crocker dressed up as a fairy Uh, did the writers suddenly forget that, oh, I dunno, Crocker is well-aware what a fairy looks like.

This is the guy who can single-handedly figure out nearly all of Timmy's fairly-related shenanigans, and yet he's unable to recognize the very thing he has an obsession over!? Futhermore, why is it that he doesn't recognize poof. In Bad Heir Day it's established that he knows Poof is a fairy and is perhaps the only fairy he genuinely cares for and he knows that Cosmo and Wanda are Poof's parents. Earth to Crocker, that fairy you briefly raised as your own son. That may be the reason actually.

If he cares for Poof why would he want to expose him? Perhaps a case of bad heir day taking place after this episode. Spongebob is known for not broadcasting the episodes in chronological order, why not FOP? First, there's a considerable lack of chronology among episodes. Yes seasons tend to be chronological, and mini-plots may reference past episodes in the plotline, most other episodes are stand-alone with no real chronological aspect to them.

Second, why would he reveal a fairy that he loves? Third, it's not uncommon for costumes that are life-like to be considered unrealistic when you first see them. Wanda's designated "nag" status. Just a few seasons ago, characters on the show, and even fans were labeling her a nag.

Um, I think I should let you guys know that there is a huge difference between "nagging" and "looking before you leap. She also tends to be the character with the most common sense into a group of idiots. Of course, they'll see her as a nag. And even if they did intervene, they would probably be worse.

Plus, real life social services aren't too much better. We have repeated episodes that show that his parents do care for and love him.

Remy even outright states it as his primary reason for hating Timmy: Timmy has godparents AND real parents that love him while Remy only has Wandissimo who even remotely cares for him. But of course Vicky wouldn't allow either. Da Rules only apply is a human sees them. Technically, that's the only reason the Nicktoons Unite! SpongeBob is a sponge, Danny's half ghost, and Jimmy is under the guise they're elaborate "computer programs".

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One episode ended with Cosmo letting Chip Skylark out of his head to end the episode on a song. How could Cosmo get Chip in there without him seeing him? It probably wasn't the real Chip Skylark in the first place.

Maybe because of his singing Chip counts as a magical creature and is therefore allowed to see other magical creatures. When Vicky planned to forcibly marry Chip Skylark for his money Cosmo and Wanda couldn't interfere because of the rule against messing with true love. Since when is marrying someone for their money true love? Vicky seemed to love him, and probably thought his supposed money was a bonus.

Being such a money-loving person she is, the bills would put her genuine interest in him off. Vicky may have a seriously warped view on love. And since when is a Precocious Crush like Tootie's crush on Tommy true love? Considering what happens when you put this rule in the context of child abusethere obviously has to be an exception for this in Da Rules But maybe not, since just saying "I'm happy and I don't need my fairy godparents anymore" gets rid of them regardless of whether it's true or not.

The idea that fairy godparents only come to people who admit they're miserable carries Unfortunate Implications Da Rules may mean "true love" in a different sense - in the case of Tootie and Tommy, she truly loves being in his company, so fairy magic may have to take that as genuine.

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As for the "I'm happy and don't need my godparents" stipulation, the guy who comes whenever a child says that seems willing to listen to an alternative explanation, if there is one - the only reason there wasn't in the scenario in question was that Timmy, Cosmo, and Wanda were willing to vouch for the fact that she'd said it and meant it genuinely, as neither of them wanted Vicky to have fairies anymore.

Why does Mandie keep an apple in her Victoria's Secret Compartment? Because it was a bomb at that point. They were at a school, and you know the old cliche about teachers and apples In the episode when, at the end, Pappy had to go away foreverwhy didn't Timmy wish that he didn't have to?

Because if he did that, he would lose Vicky as a babysitter permanently, which would eliminate the reason he needed fairies in the first place. It wouldn't eliminate the reason, because the reason wasn't just Vicky. There was Francis and Crocker and everything else in this Crapsack World. That's the excuse for his behavior. Anything that bugs you about him can be attributed to his age. But before the lava reached Vicky's house Wanda was begging Timmy to wish it away.

Since when did she need a wish to do magic? If she couldn't get rid of the lava because Timmy wished for it in the first place, couldn't she have at least protected Vicky's house some other way?

Da Rules have an attendance to obstruct to the point where people are in danger and can't be helped. Anything concerning Timmy, since always. It's never stated in the actual show but the pilot which wasn't Retconned states that Cosmo and Wanda can't interfere with Timmy's affairs unless he specifically wishes for it. So yeah, Da Rules probably considers any and all consequences due to the lava an extension of Timmy's wish so Wanda can't do anything, period.

What bugs me about the movie is adult Timmy is still in 5th grade. How can a year-old still be in elementary school? Maybe he was just THAT unintelligent? Actually, the reason he's still in the 5th grade is, he gets to keep his fairy god parents although he should really let go Yeah, but if channel chasers is canon, Timmy could have gone to senior year of High School Not only that, but since Timmy still has his fairies that means Vicky must still be babysitting him.

Maybe I'm missing something, but that makes no sense. He keeps his godparents so he gets to stay in elementary? I doubt Vicky's baby sitting him though. His parents can't be that dumb. It might be meant to show that Timmy is keeping his life exactly the way he's used to with his fairy godparents, and staying in the 5th grade is a part of that.

It seems like he's wished that everyone still thinks he's Or more likely it's some Excuse Plot related error in The Book. I think we have a winner: Ironically, he could have become a teacher. I was always under the impression it was Dawson Casting - after all, child actors are relatively difficult to work with.

The producers figured it would be easier to cast adults and have the audience suspend their sense of disbelief than cast actors who are the correct age. You all seem to be missing the fact that Timmy was able to keep his fairies by not growing up. That's why it's called Grow Up Timmy Turner!

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Francis takes his bullying to the next level by hurting Timmy, then stealing his money, Timmy's Dad's car, and the Turner house. It would appear that Francis is even worse than Vicky, Timmy's terrible babysitter. Vicky is the top threat in young Timmy's life. She not only causes him physical pain but also mental anguish.

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Who can forget Vicky's screams of "Bed, Twerp! Timmy wishes that he was a pro martial artist in the episode "Kung Timmy. He could wish that he had the insight to tell her what she's doing wrong and help her. Instead, he has used his wishes to harm her, which usually makes him feel bad.

Vicky rarely regrets her actions and uses Timmy's kindness against him. If Vicky was taught a non-violent lesson, she has the potential to be a better person. A nicer babysitter would come at the cost of losing his fairy godparents but would be a benefit for all the children of Dimmsdale.

He's too young to get a job and doesn't have any source of income outside of his parents. From the looks of Timmy's bedroom, he doesn't have many toys or hobbies to keep him busy. To make matters worse, the Turner parents are often away, spending what could be Timmy's allowance on Vicky's babysitting fees. Wanda made it clear that they can't just give him money. That would mean "stealing" money from another person or business. Thankfully, the fairy godparents have no issue with creating items out of thin air.

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These items are usually conjured up to make Timmy temporarily happy. In "Nectar of the Odds," Timmy had the great idea to open a lemonade stand to earn money for concert tickets. Wishing for the tickets would take them from someone else, which is why he had to buy the rare items.

Selling items could easily make Timmy and his family richer. Timmy could wish for items to sell to make money. He could then wish for his parents to know how to become better salespeople. It would take hard work and perseverance, but the Turner family could turn into a successful group of business-savvy people.

He tells her that he has coulrophobia, which is a fear of clowns. Vicky promptly uses that information against him for the remainder of the episode.

Instead of wishing for his fear of clowns to go away, Timmy wishes for Vicky's diary instead. He wants revenge instead of quickly solving the issue. Wanda tries to persuade him not to, but Timmy doesn't listen. If Vicky saw that Timmy wasn't scared of clowns, she may have stopped bullying him.

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At the end of the episode, both appear sorry for what they've done, but their truce doesn't last long. Timmy would once again face his fears of clowns when he meets Flappy Bob. His coulrophobia magically disappears with no explanation. He helps Flappy Bob defeat the evil pixies. Afterward, Timmy and his fairy godparents reunite Flappy Bob with his clown parents.

During his time with the clowns, he doesn't appear to be afraid. Too bad all of our fears can't be so quickly forgotten. Trixie Tang has no interest in Timmy. Timmy does have other girls chasing after him, including Trixie's best friend, Veronica. Fortunately for Timmy, Veronica keeps her romantic pursuits hidden. No one cares for Timmy more than Tootie, who just so happens to be Vicky's little sister.

Tootie is obsessed with her crush, going so far as to have a shrine of him in her room. The two are going through similar struggles. Both Timmy and Tootie are neglected by their parents.

They're both students at Dimmsdale Elementary School, where Francis is bullying them. Tootie is also being bullied by her older sister. In "Kung Timmy," Timmy reveals that he has a restraining order against Tootie.

He believed that Tootie was so overbearing that he went to the police for help. The courts agreed with Timmy and granted the order. If he has the legal knowledge to file a restraining against Tootie, why hasn't he registered one on Vicky?

His parents would be forced to find a new babysitter. Timmy would be much happier, even though his parents would still neglect him.

The overwhelming success of the series spawned three different movies. A Fairly Odd Movie: Grow Up, Timmy Turner! The live-action film featured a year-old version of Timmy. Timmy has grown up physically but not mentally. He retains the child-like mind of a year-old, even attending elementary school.

In the very first episode of the series, we learn that having a child-like spirit will enable fairy godparents to stay with their child. Timmy knew he wasn't going to have the fairies by his side forever, but tried his hardest to keep his friends around. In the live-action movie, Timmy has physically grown up into a young adult. He knows that he has to pretend to be a child, which is likely against the rules. Timmy was always ready to grow up but was more concerned with keeping the fairies.

Jurgen can detect the differences between a child and grown-up, no matter how hard Wanda and Cosmo hide the facts. Grown-up Timmy is breaking Da Rules, but Fairy World lets him get away with more than any other child.

He lived at home with his parents and still attended elementary school. His parents were still neglectful and didn't try and make a better life for their son. There were no rules to push him forward into the next grade. His parents didn't care that Timmy's best friends had long moved on and gotten jobs. Timmy's parents do give him passive-aggressive hints that it's time to move on. They never force him to leave but instead hand him realtor ads.

His father gave him want ads but didn't help him find a job. After living as a child for so long, Timmy doesn't know how to be a grown-up. They also don't help him learn the benefits of adulthood. Timmy's parents decide to force him to marry Tootie. Timmy has already begun to fall for her. His parents try and force their troublesome son onto someone else, not realizing they're part of the problem.

Thankfully, Timmy learns by himself that he needs to grow up and move on. They never really wanted a son. Timmy's father often makes snide comments about their son, blaming him for being the cause of all of their problems. They also prove they don't want to be around him by leaving him alone with Vicky as much as possible.

Timmy has magical fairies. He can wish his parents cared about him. Though it may cost him his godparents, Timmy could wish that his parents wanted to spend more time with him, but without being overprotective.

They would no longer need to hire Vicky to watch Timmy every night. Timmy's father may believe that Timmy has caused him grief, but they could learn to get along better. Wanda and Cosmo could whisk the father and son away for a fishing trip filled with family bonding.

Timmy and his Mom could have fun going camping.