The Fairly OddParents

Season 7 Episode 8

Fly Boy

Aired Daily 7:00 AM Aug 14, 2009 on Nickelodeon
out of 10
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Episode Summary

Everybody in Dimmsdale is watching the latest horror film, "Fly Boy". But Timmy isn't allowed to, so when he wishes to become a "fly on the wall" in order to see it, the real horror begins.

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  • Weird...

    When I first saw the episode, I was surprised that Dash Baxters, one of the characters from the now-defunct "Danny Phantom", made a cameo appearance.
  • Well its funny.

    Well thought out humor less dumb and repeatitive. It was creative and funny to see Dash Baxters head turn into a fly's head. Wow! The jokes when they where in Crocker's house and how Wanda found out that Timmy and Poof were there was also funny. The fact that Timmy is wishing again and more episode are being based on Timmy's wishing is also great. One of the best epidoes of the season. Funny and not stupid. Funny and the twist less epeatitive humor thats why I gave this a 9.5. I hope that they make more episodes like this.moreless
  • Timmy wishes that he was a fly so he can watch a horror movie since he isn't allowed to see it

    Everybody in Dimmsdale is watching the latest horror film, "Fly Boy". But Timmy isn't allowed to, so when he wishes to become a "fly on the wall" in order to see it, the real horror begins. I thought that this was a great episode of "The Fairly OddParents". It's an original plot if you ask me and it's funny for the most part. My score is a little low because it bugged me that Timmy's parents didn't allow him to watch plus they took away his television, I didn't like it when even Cosmo and Wanda are watching the horror movie while they leave Timmy to watch Poof, and also Mom's line "Timmy is eating is out of the trash again, maybe I should start making dinner for three" (like wow!!! she doesn't even feed Timmy, what a horrible parents) plus some of the jokes were predictable and just a little repetitive. Other than those problems, I did enjoy this episode and it's funny. I also thought it was awesome how the character Dash Baxter from Butch Hartman's other cartoon "Danny Phantom" made a cameo appearance in that horror movie and it was funny too so cool to see Butch use a character from his other cartoon. The plot was well done, the humor is great for the most part while some were just predictable and not funny, and it's just a fun episode to watch. Timmy's dad being afraid of the movie was pretty funny to see as well. Would I recommend this episode, I would most likely recommend this episode and I really don't see anything wrong about this episode except for like a few problems but that's just it and they aren't huge problems too. Overall, a great episode of "The Fairly OddParents"... it was good to see this episode after a while. 8.5/10moreless
  • Timmy wished to be a fly and Poof grants it.

    In this ep Timmy is exited to see a movie, but noone lets him watch it and C&W leave him Poof while they watch it. So Timy wished to become a fly and Poor swaps the head of a fly and Timmy's meaning that the fly head was placed on Timmy's body. They try to watch the movie in their house, AJ's and Chesters, but they can't because Mom tried to kill them, AJ's alarm startd and Chester was listinenig to the film on a radio. So they go to Crocker's house, where they get stuck on the spiderweb and Crocker lets the spiders out of his cage while he goes to Timmy's house, as Dad reported Chet Ubetcha the fly creature. Cosmo and Wanda learn all this from their TV and Cosmo deduces they are at Crocker's so they free Timmy and swap their heads back just in time for when the angry mob arrives. Dad apologizes to Timmy and lets him watch the movie with him. It was a fun and entertaining episode fro this season.moreless
Tara Strong

Tara Strong

Timmy Turner/Poof (2008- )

Susan Blakeslee

Susan Blakeslee

Wanda/Mrs. Turner

Daran Norris

Daran Norris

Cosmo/Mr. Turner/Jorgen Von Strangle

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