The Fairly OddParents

Season 7 Episode 25

Crocker of Gold

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Aired Daily 7:00 AM Sep 18, 2010 on Nickelodeon
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Crocker of Gold
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Crocker captures Cosmo, mistaking him for a leperchaun, and Cosmo then steals a pot of gold from a clan of real leperchauns to buy his freedom. The clan then holds Wanda and Poof hostage until Cosmo and Timmy replace it.
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  • Worst season 7 episode ever

    1.0
    Crocker captures Cosmo, mistaking him for a leperchaun, and Cosmo then steals a pot of gold from a clan of real leperchauns to buy his freedom. The clan then holds Wanda and Poof hostage until Cosmo and Timmy replace it. I thought this was an awful episode of the Fairly OddParents. I'm not kidding, this episode is unwatchable and it didn't made me laugh once even when I saw on the day it first aired on Nick. I'm sorry to say to this, but the plot to it was very pathetic and it was done in an awful. Crocker catching Cosmo and thinks he's a leprechaun...not cool. No wonder why Crocker isn't my favorite character. I do found him funny from time to time, but he is getting annoying with his fairy godparents obsession. Overall, this episode was a waste of time (Especially the storyline). This on Fairly Odd Baby should be avoided at all costs. As I said, the worst episode for season 7 which is a decent but my least favorite season of the show in my opinion. 1/10moreless
  • Pretty good episode. Or perhaps I should say something more irish: Shiver me Timbers!

    8.5
    So Crocker finally realises that his obsession with fairies is ruining his life, but instead of being normal, he switches his obsession to leprechauns. So...he goes to Little Ireland. Where coincidentially, Cosmo brought his family to teach them about leprechannukah. Cosmo falls for Crocker's trap and as he is dressed as leprechaun, he thinks he got one. So Cosmo gives him A pot o' gold and returns. Then he tells his dfamily that he borrowed the pot from a lerechaun family. They eventually get there. The McPunchies clan, they want their pot o' gold before leprechannukah ends. they take Wanda & Poof as hostages while Timmy, Crocker & Big Dave get it back from Crocker. But Crocker spent it all, so T, C & Crocker try to get more gold by winning a skating match, going to a mine but fail.



    So they follow Dave to Ireland and there they are about to ge cooked, when the Great Potatoe (another long story) tells them to free them. Them Dave says they didn't care for the pot and Crocker's talking car (another long story) says it's in the trunk ans they all ends happily.



    Overall: It's a pretty random but funny episode and I'm glad that that included more mystical creatures (leprechauns). 8.5/10.moreless
  • This episode started off pretty good, but the story line got weaker as it went on.

    6.0
    This was not a bad episode, but it definitely could've been a lot better. The plot for this episode was actually pretty good and more original than the one for the last episode. It didn't start off too bad. I thought it was funny how Mr. Crocker referred to his mom as a frozen old coot, but his mom beating him near the beginning and end didn't really make sense to me. I also liked the Peanuts reference Cosmo made, which I thought was very clever. However, this episode's quality dipped once the tough leprechauns came into the picture. I just didn't think any of their parts were very entertaining. The jokes with Crocker's talking car also got annoying, and the only time I laughed at one of those was when the airbag punched Crocker out after he asked for a milkshake. I also didn't like how this episode ended since it was very predictable. Once Crocker went back to his lab I figured he would go back to being obsessed with fairies. So, overall, this was a passable episode, but there were quite a few things that could've been done much better in my opinion. Final grade: C-. Marebear2009, out!moreless

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