In "Teeth for Two" there is a scene where Jorgan is hugging Cosmo and Wanda, and Cosmo says they will die if he doesn't let go of them. However, in older episodes, it is said that fairies don't have lungs and that they are immortal.
If Timmy's front bucked tooth was supposed to fall out, why did all of his teeth leave when doctor binder pulled it out?
He only has 2 teeth.
In "Catman meets the Crimson Chin" the robotic dog's eyes change from red to the normal characters eyes at the end of the episode. Perhaps his eyes change with his anger.
The cat costume Timmy wore originally in "Sleep over and over" is seen again in this episode. The only difference is in this episode there was a masked added.
In Catman meets Crimson Chin, Timmy wished for Catman to be not guilty. Isn't that against the rules because he's entangled in the legal system. In Parent Hoods, you couldn't wish his parents free.
RE: In Parent Hoods, Timmy's parents was in the jail, but in this chapter, Catman is in judgement, maybe the rules allow to free people who are considered guilty by the legal system, not people in process.
In Teeth for Two, the strange looking fairy to the right of Jim Fairy is actually a caricature of Fairly Odd Parents creator Butch Hartman, as seen on his personal website.
In Teeth for Two, Wanda says she and Cosmo has been married by 9,300 years, but has been 9,895 years. This is the second time the number of years is not the correct.
In Teeth for Two, Timmy already lost that tooth in the episode The Zappys.
CatMan: And thats why I need to go back to the place that shunned me and save it from crime weather they want me too or not!
Timmy: And they don't
Timmy: I got to get Cosmo and Wanda free but first I have to climb this really steep windy hill
Timmy: Ahhh, I can't watch, but I have too cause its kinda cool!
Catman: Are you insane? No wait, that's me.
Adam West is actually seen at the beginning not in costume.
The kitty disguise Timmy wears is the same he wears in the episode Sleepover and Over
Gilbert Gottfried usually does the voice of Dr. Bender, but in Teeth for Two, Butch Hartman did the voice.
Dogzilla is a parody to Godzilla.
Teeth for Two: Timmy's apperance
Timmy's eyepatch makes him look like Emillio largo from the James bond movie Thunderball
Teeth for Two: Timmy: It's dithhhpicable!
This is a reference to Daffy Duck from the Looney Toons.
Teeth for Two: The Pointy Crown
The Pointy Crown is a reference to a real life Hollywood cafe from the Golden Age, the Brown Derby. Like the Pointy Crown, the Brown Derby was also built to look like its namesake. The decor on the walls was of celebrities who frequented the cafe.
Teeth for Two: The Towering Toothferno
Cosmo is referring to the movie, The Towering Inferno.
Catman and The Crimson Chin: Plot
The episode is a parody of what happened when Batman and Superman appear together in comic books.
Catman Meets the Crimson Chin: Kitty Kitty Bang Bang
When the Crimson Chin called Timmy that, it's a parody of the movie Chitty Chitty Bang Bang.
Teeth for Two: Chew-bacca!
When Cosmo refers to Timmy as this, Chewbacca is a character from the Star Wars Trilogy.
Catman Meets the Crimson Chin: DogZilla
The giant robot dog monster, controlled by Timmy, was a parody of the hit monster movie, GodZilla!
Teeth for Two: Pointy Crown Pictures
The pictures of the fairies in the Pointy Crown. They were parodies of real live celebrities. Such as Jim Fairy (Jim Carrey), Drew Fairy (Drew Carey), and Fairy David (Larry David).
Teeth for Two: Timmy: I wish my bike could fly!
Flying bikes were in the hit movie, E.T.
Teeth for Two: The Toothinator
This nickname for Timmy is a parody of the action movie, Terminator.