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Dragons are immune to magic.
In Mighty Mom and Dyno Dad, the villain Timmy disguises himself as is an homage to Galactus, a Marvel comics supervillain who eats planets.
King Arthur did not exist in the 15th century but in the late 5th and early 6th century, or so as how the legend says. The most famous writing about his legends was written in the 12th century. Putting King Arthur in the 15th century makes him an anachronism.
In Knighty Knight, couldn't Timmy have used the magic time scooter to get to the 15th Century?
Reply: i guess he can time travel without it.
In Mighty Mom and Dyno Dad, Dad says the wrong distance to the sun. It is really 93,000,000 miles from the sun.
In Mighty Mom and Dyno Dad, when Mom and Dad are stopping the armored car thieves, there is a magnet attached to the helicopter as the heroes fly towards them, and then it disappears.
In Knighty Knight, Timmy tells the crowd his name is Arthur, not Artie. But when Timmy was talking to Cosmo and Wanda, he called him Artie.
Timmy: The knight's short, the wizard is a salesman, the dragon's fake and people are throwing manure at us!
Cosmo: What do you mean by us?
Mom: What a realistic dragon ride!
Dad: Nice snot Mighty Mom!
Mom and Dad: Galactimus we give you our powers.
Timmy: I wish their powers were gone!
Timmy: I love you Mom give up your powers, I love you dad give up your powers.
Timmy's Dad: Picnic vision you don't suppose Timmy has... (Laughs).
Mom: I have meat vision too!
Arthur: (Holding Excaliber) I shall call you The Shining Blade of Libewitz.
Timmy: How about Excaliber?
Arthur: That works too.
Timmy: What's your name?
Sir Finkleberge: My name is Sir Finkleberge.
Timmy: (Laughing) Finkleberge? What kind of name is Sir Finkle... (Gets crushed by Sir Finkleberge's horse) Cool! I just got crushed by Sir Finkleberge.
Salesman: The Cleaning Wizard makes almost all of your stains go almost all away!
Timmy: Hi, Mom and Dad.
Dad: What superpowers?!
Mom and Dad: We'll talk about anything except superpowers!
Timmy: (Smiling) Anything?
(30 minutes later)
Dad: And that's all there is to know about where babies come from.
Mom and Dad: Bye school. Have a nice day at Timmy.
Dad: Hey, this isn't the State Fair!
Jester: And let's have a round of applause for our winner!!!
Crowd: Hooray - what was his name again?
Merlin: (Coughs) Arthur! (Coughs)
Crowd: Hooray, Arthur!!
Cosmo: Hey, where are my pants?!
Dad: It actually looks and feels like I'm getting third degree burns. Neat!
Dad: Look what I bought, the Cleaning Wizard!
Knight: Ow! My arm! My arm thas has slained a thousand men!
Timmy: Arthur's gonna kick that dragon's -
(Arthur gets thrown out of the cave as a skeleton)
Timmy: Uh... guys?
(Cosmo and Wanda use their magic to restore Arthur)
Arthur: I can breathe! I can fight!!!
(Dragon gets thrown out of the cave as a skeleton)
Dad: (Blistered from getting burned by the dragon) Ow! The blisters! I mean: Neat! The blisters!
Timmy: Let me guess.
Timmy, Cosmo and Wanda: They're so powerful, they're invulnerable to magic.
Cosmo: I can be middle-aged! (Turns himself into an old man) Hey you kids, get off my lawn!
Timmy: Why the suits?
Dad: Because it's 'Take your suits and horn-rimmed glasses to work' day.
Timmy: Thanks a lot, Sir Lance a Little.
Knight: Eh, they always call me that.
Dad: Shape of a bucket of water! (transforms into a bucket of water) Uh, beware my power?
Crowd: All Hail King Arty!
Timmy: It's Arthur!
Dad: And speaking of Camelot, I have to go to the can. A lot!
Character Debut(s): Arthur, Merlin, Sir Finkleburg
Running Gag: Sir Finkleburg hurting his arm when he lifts something.
This is the first time Timmy's parents became superheroes.
Vicky's Head Gag: Dragon
According to the DVD "Timmy's Top Wishes", Knighty Knight is one of Butch Hartman's favorite episodes.
Francis makes a cameo appearance in Knighty Knight.
This was the secret episode on the Fairly Oddparent video game, Breakin' Da Rules.
Mighty Mom and Dyno Dad and Knighty Knightaired with the official premiere of The Adventures of Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius.
Mighty Mom and Dyno Dad
The Wonder Twins parody scene where Dino Dad transforms into a bucket of water was also done in the Robot Chicken episode "Kiddie Pool", in a skecth where Ashley Olsen uses superpowers to transform into a bucket of water (while Mary-Kate transformed into an eagle).
Dyno Dad/Timmy's Dad: Timmy senses... tingling
This is a reference to one of Spiderman's superpowers, the "spidey senses", which would detect any danger nearby. The whole phrase is "spidey senses... tingling"
The running gag with Timmy's parents wearing the cow suit seems to be a parody of the 1984 comedy movie Top Secret, in which two spies disguise in a realistic two-piece cow costume.
Mighty Mom and Dino Dad DC Comparisons: As opposed to their normal alter-egos Mom and Dad don traditional 30's and 40's style press outfits fitting the profession of DC comics' Superman.
Knighty Knight: Title
The title Knighty Knight is an allusion to Bugs Bunny cartoon Knighty Knight Bugs
Mighty Mom and Dyno Dad: Marvel Comparisons
The episode, Mighty Mom and Dyno Dad had references to Marvel's The Silver Surfer and Galactus.
Knighty Knight: Knight: Ow! My arm! My arm thas has slained a thousand men!
This quote is a reference to the scene from "Monty Python and the Holy Grail", when Arthur chops off the Black Knight's arms and legs.
Knighty Knight: Story
The story of Knighty Knight is a parody of the Disney movie and the book, "Sword in the Stone".
Mighty Mom and Dyno Dad: Signal
Batman used a call like this, but instead of "MM DD", they use a bat.
Mighty Mom and Dyno Dad: Transformations
The transformation power Mighty Mom and Dyno Dad had is based on D C Comics' The Wonder Twins'power.
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