The Fairly OddParents

Season 1 Episode 1

The Fairly Odd Parents!

Aired Daily 7:00 AM Sep 04, 1998 on Nickelodeon
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The Fairly Odd Parents!

10-year-old Timmy Turner is left alone by his parents with a cruel babysitter, Vicky. After being sent to his room early, beaten and miserable from Vicky's treatment, Timmy throws his Magic 9-Ball against the wall in frustration. The 9-ball breaks, and from it emerge two Fairy Godparents named Cosmo and Wanda, a fairy couple who can grant nearly anything Timmy wishes for!


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  • Finally the only pilot that makes sense.

    The Fairly OddParents

    A despondent 10-year old boy named Timmy is stuck with his evil babysitter Vicky, but all that is about to change when he is introduced to his fairy godparents, Cosmo and Wanda.

    Too Many Timmys

    Timmy wishes for clones of himself in order to take care of Vicky, who is lying about a bad back.

    The Fairy Flu

    Cosmo and Wanda both manage to catch the fairy flu and temporarily lose their powers, which means disaster is afoot for Vicky's sister's birthday party.

    Finally a pilot that actually makes sense from this series!!!! It about time. Watch this episode to see what this show is all about.moreless
  • i only have to say something LOL

    thi is hilurus i how the timmy meet casmo and wanda and how timmy made crazy and ddesructive wish t was fun but it i good for me and well i only was saing lol went i wacth this episode it was coll no question abaut that it is the bigingin of one of the best comedy show creater in the world realy it is good i said thai cosmo is a fool and wanda i do no kinow how shw can love that man he is soooo well fool and clumsy no question abut that.i love this eoi it is greatmoreless
  • GREAT!!!!!!!!

    Its is a great example how the fairly odd parents should be started.the first fairly odd parents episode is perfect. Timmy`s babysitter Vicky made him miserble since he was 8. Cosmo and Wanda came to help him with his problem and Vicky gets what she deserves. 10.0 Perfect episode. Too many Timmys is another great example how to should start the fairly odd parents. The second episode you can tell Timmy was not used to his fairies yet. So 10.0 for that episode. The fairly flu is really a normal episode. This can happen randomly but still a good episode. 8.0 for that one. These episodes makes a perfect example how it should start.moreless
  • Pretty good for a pilot(The Fairly Odd Parents) Good episode(Too Many Timmys) Weird episode(The Fairy Flu)

    These three episodes were the days and Timmy's voice sounded much older until they dubbed the original Timmy Turner voice with his current one which completely ruined it i have watched the dubbed episodes of the first ones and pretty good not sure about the third one anyway in The Fairy Flu it was weird Tootie looked strange but sounded the same believe it or not even though it was a different voice actress and Too Many Timmys rocked it was funny when all three of them sung ''Sweet Adoline'' it was dead funny anyway three good episodes and i rate them all 10.moreless
  • What it lacks in drawings, it makes up for in plot and character.

    The Fairly OddParents

    - When I first saw this one pilot episode, I naturally didn't think much of it. But it certainly showed me who's boss when I watched it again a few years later. For the most part, the characters are very good with their assigned roles. Vicky really pours on the pain, Timmy repels with sweet revenge, why even Cosmo and Wanda are quite a riot. My only nitpick, which would show up in later episodes, is that Timmy gave me the impression that he ENJOYED Vicky's abuse.

    Too Many Timmys

    - Ha ha ha! Another laugh riot! Poor Vicky; no matter where she looks, Timmy's right there beside her even after the wish ends. What more can I say?

    The Fairy Flu

    - Now THIS episode was one real trendsetter. Whereas "The Fairly OddParents" introduced us to the main cast, this one presents the first side character in the show: Tootie. Here is where Butch Hartman expands on Timmy's love life AND his life outside the house.

    There are two interesting things to note here other than character design. For one, this is the first time we see Vicky's humane side the way she (almost) stands up for her sister after Timmy's 'spooked' her. Secondly, Tootie seems to have a bigger social life than what's hinted at later on (or maybe Vicky threatened those kids to attend; I don't know).

    Tootie really is such a cute and sweet child, not as hideous as some people would think. In fact, she struck a tune with me the day I first looked up the episode description and has remained my favorite character alongside Timmy ever since. Because of that, this episode was the biggest inspiration for a FOP story I once wrote. Although I felt sorry for the poor boy at the end, you can just tell how much she cares for him.moreless
Mary Kay Bergman

Mary Kay Bergman

Timmy Turner (Oh Yeah! Cartoons! episodes)

Amber Wood

Amber Wood


Guest Star

Tara Strong

Tara Strong

Timmy Turner

Recurring Role

Grey DeLisle

Grey DeLisle


Recurring Role

Daran Norris

Daran Norris

Cosmo/Mr. Turner/Jorgen von Strangle

Recurring Role

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