The Fairly OddParents

Season 5 Episode 2

Go Young, West Man / Birthday Wish

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Aired Daily 7:00 AM May 09, 2005 on Nickelodeon
8.2
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49 votes
10

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Go Young, West Man:
Timmy wishes Adam west could be a kid again, because he never had a childhood.

Birthday Wish:
Timmy loans his godparents to Tootie on her birthday to make up for a lousy one.

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  • The best Timmy/Tootie moment ok this review is mainly about the birthday wish thing.

    10
    Timmy,Chester,A.J are at the place.Due to the fact,that Timmy had 3 coupons that was really sent by Tootie.Since she was trying to invite him to come to her birthday party.However he ignored it.Feeling guilty for what he done.He decided to lend Cosmo and Wanda,to Tootie to make her happy.However Mr.Crocker learns that Timmy gave them to her.So his plans is to get Tootie to expose that Tootie has fairy godparents.But Timmy,keeps him away from Tootie,by saying he is her boyfriend stuff liked that.



    The best Timmy/Tootie moment.Tootie does love Timmy.Even though Timmy likes Trixie.This make me wondered from channel chaser in the future at the end.moreless
  • Another supposed okay one

    4.8
    Go Young, West Man

    - No comment.



    Birthday Wish

    - I declare, it's getting harder and harder to find good episodes in the later seasons. The only good ones anymore are those featuring Tootie. Timmy feels sorry that she has a lousy birthday party and temporarily lends her Cosmo and Wanda this one time. As Wanda says, the girl is a natural. But deary me, it also gives Crocker another opportunity to ruin everything. I won't say much more, except that things thankfully turn out semi-swell in the end.

    An okay episode, at best. Even sadder than Timmy simply pitying Tootie is that she doesn't have godparents of her own when her misery is at a reasonable level for it. (double sigh)moreless
  • This review is about 'The Birthday Wish'

    10
    I loved this episode because I am a supporter of TimmyXTootie. I thought that it was funny when Timmy had to kiss Tootie until Cosmo and Wanda were his godparents again. I also thought it was cute when Timmy was like, " I'm not your boyfriend" and Tootie was like, "You're not?" and Timmy was like, " Oh no! It's the magic of guilt." I just thought this episode was great, it was definely a 10 and a thumbs up, too. I always watch it when it is on and I love it more and more each time. Go Timmy!moreless
  • One of the best Timmy/Tootie moments ever.

    10
    I must say that this is one of the best episodes in Season 5. It shows us that Timmy really does like Tootie deep down inside. It also shows us what a sweet little girl Tootie really is. Not only was she determined to express her gratitude to Cosmo and Wanda by introducing them to the world for the sake of politeness, but during the entire time she had them, it never even occured to her to use them to get even with Vicky, which was the first thing Timmy wished for the day he first met them. I guess that she just can't keep a secret. No wonder she doesn't have fairy godparents of her own. I really liked this episode.moreless
  • Timmy wishes Catman back to childhood but now his principle is after them,then Timmy lends his Fairies to Tootie for her BirthDay.

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    These episodes reeked okay first we didn\\\'t need another Catman episode infact we didn\\\'t need to have any.

    and then we the Birthday Wish of course it\\\'s just another Timmy feels bad for Tootie episode it\\\'s just the same story over and over again Tootie starts crying because her life is so miserable which is quite funny because if shes so much more miserable then Timmy why doesn\\\'t she have fairy godparents of her own did Butch Hartman even think about that? of course not he abandoned this show to allow writers to make this garbage I give this show a 1.1 because at least Tootie wasmature enough to not use any wishes against Vicky.moreless
Tara Strong

Tara Strong

Timmy Turner

Daran Norris

Daran Norris

Cosmo/Mr. Turner/Jorgen von Strangle

Susan Blakeslee

Susan Blakeslee

Wanda/Mrs. Turner

S. Scott Bullock

S. Scott Bullock

Potsie Kid / Skipper

Guest Star

Jason Marsden

Jason Marsden

Chester (2003 -)

Recurring Role

Tara Strong

Tara Strong

Catkid Mom / Vicky And Tootie's Mom

Recurring Role

Gary Leroi Gray

Gary Leroi Gray

AJ (2002)

Recurring Role

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