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In "Back to the Norm" a disgruntled Crocker soon convinces Norm to help him get revenge on Timmy. As Norm is unable to wish effectively, their plan fails and he is left feeling frustrated. In "Teeth for Two" Jorgen hides out with Cosmo and Wanda from the Tooth Fairy, as she believes he is trying to steal her job.moreless
When Timmy brings an actual dinosaur to class, his class doesn't believe him, but his demented teacher Mr. Crocker soon figures out that Timmy actually used fairy godparents to create such a creature. Having insisted his whole life that fairies exist, Crocker plans to capture them when he forces a meeting with Timmy's parents who need to be replaced by Cosmo and Wanda to hide the truth. Meanwhile, Chester and A.J. are asked by Timmy to capture the dinosaur to recover the evidence. But the situation turns out to be harder than the thought, with Crocker struggling to discover the truth at almost any cost.moreless
Timmy's family visit a country club, where Cosmo battles with a gopher and Timmy experiences life as a socialite. Meanwhile, Cosmo causes Wanda to swap brains with Sparky.
In "Superpoof," Poof blows his cover and is found by Mom and Dad, who decide he is an alien baby they would like to care for. Much to Timmy's dismay, dad tries to turn Poof into a superhero. In "Wishing Well" Jorgen attempts to give Cosmo and Wanda a break by taking Timmy to an institution where kids are taught to wish less, but Timmy soon tries to escape.moreless
In the "Land Before Timmy" Timmy's wish to live in a world that is simple results in everyone being transported back to prehistoric times. Timmy has to find a way to fix the situation before Dimmsdale is burned down. In "Cheese and Crockers" Timmy makes a wish to be half himself and half whatever he wants as a part of halfness day. This turns Mr. Crocker into a half cheese maniac, who then tries to kidnap Cosmo and Wanda.moreless
In "Manic Mom-Day" Wanda becomes tired of Timmy's lack of respect for his mom and decides to switch his and his mother's brains to make him see just how hard her job is. In "Crocker of Gold" Mr Crocker decides to abandon his hunt for fairies after a near death experience to hunt for leprechauns instead. This results in him being kidnapped and Timmy and Cosmo trying to get him back.moreless
When Timmy, Cosmo and Wanda decide to go for a swim at the beach, Cosmo is confused about why every fish he meets hates him. Their answer is soon revealed when they end up in the Lost City of Atlantis, and Cosmo is taken captive for being the one who sunk the city. Timmy attempts to appeal to the leader of Atlantis to free Cosmo.moreless
Chip Skylark is making a new music video for "My Shiny Teeth and Me," and everyone wants bright chompers so they can be in it, even Timmy. But, the evil dentist Doctor Bender, being obsessed with perfect teeth, steals Chip's! As if that isn't bad enough, Chip's rival - Skip Sparkypants - is going to star in the video! Timmy, Wanda, and Cosmo go to the tooth fairy for help, and she gives Timmy her most powerful tooth-based weapons to defeat Doctor Bender. Will it be enough for Timmy to recover Chip's teeth and save the video?
Odd, Odd West:
The Squirrely Scouts are going on a field trip with Timmy's dad to Dimmesdale flats, the birthplace of Dimmesdale. Timmy's dad is sure excited - it's his most cherished childhood memory. All the scouts are pretty bored, that is, until they find out the town is going to leveled and replaced with a mini-mall. Timmy stands up for his father, but they all end up in jail! So, Timmy goes back in time to find the deed to Dimmesdale Flats, only to find out that it's owned by the evil Vicky the Kid! Will Timmy be able to retrieve the lost deed and stop the destruction of Dimmesdale Flats in time?
The Good Ol' Days
Mom and Dad are going out and they're leaving Timmy with Grandpa Pappy, a grumpy old man who hates anything new and modern. However, if Timmy can get Pappy to at least enjoy babysitting, then Pappy may want to come over all the time -- which means no more Vicky. But every fun thing that Timmy suggests is dismissed as modern hokum. Rollerblades, rock and roll, sour candies. Nothing can make Pappy happy. Until Timmy and his Grandpa watch an old cartoon together. Pappy declares that this is what fun is all about. So Timmy wishes that the world was like a black and white cartoon from the 1930's. Everything around them becomes wacky and zany, from the bouncing buildings and dancing cars, to the silly musical numbers. Cosmo and Wanda's wands even spring to life and run away. While the Godparents take off after their mischief-making wands, Timmy and Pappy enjoy the good life as a couple of millionaires.
Timmy wishes for his society to be more futuristic, like a fictional character from one of Dad's old books. However, this society is filled with robots, who are seemingly harmless, but in reality, are evil. Will Timmy escape from this dreaded society?
10-year-old Timmy Turner is left alone by his parents with a cruel babysitter, Vicky. After being sent to his room early, beaten and miserable from Vicky's treatment, Timmy throws his Magic 9-Ball against the wall in frustration. The 9-ball breaks, and from it emerge two Fairy Godparents named Cosmo and Wanda, a fairy couple who can grant nearly anything Timmy wishes for!moreless
After being embarrassed in public when his bathing suit comes off while swimming, Timmy wishes he has no emotions. This personifies his emotions into small creatures which act like their emotions, and Cosmo keeps them in a box. With no emotions, Timmy is not afraid of anything and does dangerous daredevil stunts, and is approached to be a secret agent. He is sent on a mission to a cliched-evils-genius-hideout-volcano to rescue some prisoners. When he is about to jump in to the base, he says he is tired of having no emotions, so Cosmo and Wanda release them from the box. Timmy didn't mean right now, and has to complete his mission with his emotions.moreless
Timmy starts making really bad wishes. So he wishes he would make only really smart/useful ones. Somehow, Jorgen manages to get them invovled with Pixies Inc. and their wish fixing business. Soon it becomes apparent that the Pixies want to take over again, and the only way to stop them is for Timmy to totally go 5 days without making a bad wish! Of course, is that even possible for Timmy to do?moreless
In "Bad Heir Day" Timmy is set the task of babysitting Poof. After taking him out for a walk in his stroller, Timmy loses Poof and is faced with finding him. During the process of finding Poof calamity strikes, resulting in an encounter with the Loch Ness Monster. In "Freaks and Greeks" Timmy's wish is to attend a genuine toga party, which results in him ending up on Mount Olympus with ancient Greek gods.moreless
In "Timmy Turnip", Timmy meets his grandparents who decide to have a Yak themed holiday at his home, named "Yaksgiving". After days of annoyance, Timmy wishes they had never come to America and finds himself stranded in their native country of Ustinkistan. In "Dadra-cadabra" the principle of Timmy's school suspects that his dad is a fairy and tries to reveal his true identity.moreless
Vicky is competing in the Miss Dimmsdale beauty contest and Timmy tries to stop her, so he decides to be a judge at the contest, so Vicky can't cheat in the contest.
Mind Over Magic:
Timmy wants to read minds, so he wishes that he could read minds and Crocker notices that he can read his mind then he creates a helmet to protect himself from getting his mind read.
Quting his job, Mr. Turner decides to grow a farm without much luck until Timmy wishes that the farm's crops would grow huge.
Timmy is tired of eating spinach and watching educational TV because his parents care about him so much, so he wishes for parents who couldn't care less. It's fun at first, but things begin to get out of hand - especially when his godparents couldn't care less and stop granting wishes. Will Timmy be able to fix this mess without magic?
Timmy's mother is desperately trying to win the annual Dimmesdale Veg-Out, but her garden looks more like a barren desert. To help his mom, Timmy wishes that her garden was full of life. His wish brings all the produce to life, but it also brings his pet gerbil Eddy back from the dead. Eddy is furious and wants to seek his revenge on his killer. Can Timmy stop Eddy before he hurts anyone?
In "Mission Responsible" Timmy decides to give his hard working God parents a break when they are exhausted, by offering to take care of the baby. Calamity soon strikes as Wanda and Cosmo take a night out on the town. In "Hairicane" Timmy wishes for indestructible hair and soon finds that his new style takes on a life of its own.moreless
Timmy is sick of Vicky messing up his house then blaming it on him, so Timmy gets his revenge on Vicky by doing the same.moreless
"In Crocker Shocker", Mr. Crocker stops believing in Fairies after he has been hypnotized. This leads to Fairy World losing all of its magic, as it is his belief that fuels it. Timmy, Cosmo and Wanda must find a way to make him believe in Fairies again, otherwise Fairy World will fall into the Giant Bucket of Acid World.moreless
In this live-action T.V. movie, adult Timmy Turner and his fairies must save Christmas, provided that he gets off Santa's naughty list first after he accidently injures Santa..
Timmy makes his millionth wish, and his celebration of it in Fairy World turns into a trail when reviewing all his wishes that backfired on him puts him on trial as the worst godkid ever.
Timmy has his fairies pose as ghosts so that his parents can re-live their glory days as ghostbusters.
In "Old Man and the C-" Timmy's dad, Mr Turner, is embarrassed about failing to graduate high school and decides to try and graduate from Dimmsdale Elementary to make up for it. In "Balance of Flour," anti-Cosmo and anti-Wanda try to trick Timmy into being their God child at the annual bake-off between fairies and anti-fairies.moreless
Timmy's parents find out about his fairies, but he must keep Jorgen from finding out about it; otherwise, he will lose them forever.
Timmy tried to win the heart of his one true love, Trixie by wishing that he was the funniest guy on Earth but when he finds out that Cosmo's man eating plant he gave her is going to eat her at 12 midnight he tried to un-wish his wish but Wanda and Cosmo is too busy laughing to take Timmy seriously.moreless
Crocker becomes the new teacher at Poof's school with the intention of stealing all his students' magic. Meanwhile, Poof struggles to say his first words.
In Lights Out, a sleep deprived Timmy wishes for 12 hours of pure darkness, but soon comes to regret his decision when Wanda and Cosmo turn into kid eating monsters after eight hours of dark. In Dad Overboard, Mr Turner feels bad about his family only having had bad vacations and decides to take them on a great one to make up for it. It soon ends in disaster when the Turners find themselves stranded on a deserted island.moreless
Timmy shoots a viral video online with his mother.
Timmy's enemies all decide to gang up on him and attack him together as the League of Super Evil Revenge Seekers (L.O.S.E.R.S.).
Timmy wishes that the animals in the park were smart enough to clean up their own messes.
1. Timmy wishes to replace his father with Sheldon Dinkelberg as his scoutmaster.
2. Cosmo gets amnesia, and he thinks that he's a genie with Timmy's dad as his master.
In a bid to prove that his neighbour Dinkleberg is evil, Dad decides to change Timmy's room into a surveillance center. As Dinkleberg is such a caring neighbour, he acts evil on purpose to save Dad's feelings. In the meantime, Foop has made a return to magic school and runs for class president to become popular. Poof decides he wants to stop him, not realising that Foop is ready to do evil to get his own way.moreless
Timmy gets a fairy puppy named Sparky.
Timmy wishes for a smartphone that tries to take over his life.
Poof goes through his terrible twos while Foop goes through his terrific twos.
In "Food Fight" Timmy wishes for his mum to be a better cook when he gets fed up of her poor cooking. This results in her entering a cooking competition that she can't take part in without magic. In "Please Don't Feed the Turners" the Turners are tricked into going on a space mission by Doug Dimmadome, who kidnaps them and takes them aboard his Death Ball.moreless
The Mr. Turner clones return to Earth and kidnap Timmy's Mom to bring her back to their planet, so Timmy, his real father, and his fairies go off to rescue her.
In Beach Blanket Bozo Timmy goes on holiday to Hawaii with his parents and wishes that they're the best surfers ever. Unfortunately, Timmy's wish results in his parents fighting over who is the best surfer ever, as the wish remains in limbo. In Poltergeeks Timmy helps his parents relive their days as ghost busters by making Wanda, Cosmo and Poof pose as ghosts.moreless
Timmy wishes to be the top student in his class.
Foop becomes Vicky's anti-fairy godparent, and together they terrorize Timmy and the children of Dimmsdale.
In order to get Poof to go to sleep, Wanda tells him a series of bedtime stories.
1. Poof and Foop must work together to care for an egg as a school project.
2. Timmy and the faires must rid his house of fairy dust.
The Bored Identity: Timmy wishes for his dad’s life to be as exciting as John Bore’s, an international secret agent.
Country Clubbed: After the Buxaplenty family invites the Turner Family to the "Fancy Shmancy Country Club", Timmy doesn't blend in, so he wishes he was a celebrity. Meanwhile, Cosmo causes Wanda to swap bodies with Sparky.moreless
1. Timmy wishes he was emo to impress a girl.
2. Mr. Turner replaces Chet Ubetcha as Dimmsdale's newsman.
When Mr. Turner forgets the supplies for the scout camp-out, Timmy keep them entertained with three ghost stories.
Timmy travels back in time to the Old West to find the lost deed for Dimmsdale Flats.
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