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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
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
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?