The Fairly OddParents

Season 7 Episode 24

Manic Mom-Day

Aired Daily 7:00 AM Sep 18, 2010 on Nickelodeon
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Manic Mom-Day
When Timmy envies his mother's life, Wanda makes makes them swap bodies for a day on a bet that if Timmy finds a mother's life easier, Wanda will have to spend a week as a chicken; otherwise, Timmy will have to go a week without magic.
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  • Hilarious!!!

    I thought that this was a hilarious episode of "The Farly OddParents". I thought that it was interesting to find out that Timmy's middle name is "Tiberious". It may be similar to "A Mile In My Shoes" but the writers did a very job writing this episode. I thought that Mrs. Turner having Mr. Crocker's mom's book was funny. I thought it was very interesting when Timmy and Wanda made a bet with each other. I thought Timmy being in Mrs. Turner's body and Mrs. Turner being in Timmy's body was hilarious. I thought Chester and AJ being impressed with Timmy (Mrs. Turner) and Francis' dancing was freakin' hilarious. I thought it was hilarious when Mr. Crocker is telling Timmy (Mrs. Turner) about his childhood. I thought Mr. Turner french kissing an electric eel was very funny. I thought Timmy (Mrs. Turner) making everyone in school so happy was hilarious. I thought Mrs. Turner (Timmy) having a miserable day as being a mother for a day was very funny. It was hilarious when Timmy (Mrs. Turner) told Mrs. Turner (Timmy) that she had a terrible day and that everyone at school were bananas. It was also very funny that Mrs. Turner used her mom powers to clean up the house the Timmy made a mess of. Overall, a hilarious episode of "The Fairly OddParents". 10/10

    Note: marebear2009 requested me to review this episode.moreless
  • This was definitely a major improvement over the last episode, but there were still a couple things keeping my score a little low.

    I thought this was a great episode for the most part, a major improvement over The Boss of Me. It had some very funny moments, such as the joke with the book Mr. Crocker's mom wrote and Mom in Timmy's body dancing with Mr. Crocker and Francis. The looks on Chester's and AJ's faces when they saw that were priceless! I also liked the fact that there was some adult humor in this episode. I wasn't expecting to see a reference to French kissing on a kids' cartoon, and it was also neat that we finally find out Timmy's middle name in this episode! My only real complaint about this episode was the story line, not only because of the fact that this episode had the same basic plot line as most of the other newer episodes, but an episode very similar to this one was already made for season 2, A Mile in My Shoes. At least the plot for this episode was pretty well executed and the writers did a good job adding some great humor to it. Final grade: B. Marebear2009, out!moreless
  • Wanda and Timmy make a bet which involves Mrs. Turner.

    The episde starts in an early moringn where Timmy is bothered by him Mom bossing him and says that a kid's life is way more difficult. Wanda defened motherhood, sying it's indeed a hard job so they make a bet. If Timmy can be Mrs. Turner for a day, Wanda will live as a chicken for a week and if he can't he won't have magic for a week. At first Timmy wants to relax but Wanda shows him her day planner. While Timmy had to clean his room, wash the dishes, take Dad his lunch to work and clothe shop in sale. Mom in the other hand, made Francis realize he wants to be a ballerina dancer, had Crocker talking to her about his life and braided Trixie Tang's hair. Turned out at ome she thinks Timmy is the most normal of all and is proud of him. also the dishwasher epxloded and the house flooded, and Timmy couldn't take it anymore and lost the bet, but Wanda didn't take his magic away, she just wanted to make him realize that being a Mom is hard and Mom cleans the house. This ep was very good compared to this season's standarts. Trust me, it's a good ep.moreless

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