Chester McBadbat (2001 - 2003)
Mr. Denzel Crocker
When Timmy interogates Francis, Francis punches the punching bag so hard it falls over and lands on Timmy, but after Timmy has his revalation and rushes off to question AJ, the punching bag is back on its hook.
You see Timmy's brain in this episode -- this is kinda like Jimmy Neutron when Jimmy makes a Brain Blast.
In 'Where's Wanda', when Timmy finally figures out who took Wanda and rushes off to try and get her back, he doesn't have his fishbowl, but in the next scene, when he is in his bedroom, he has his fishbowl with him.
Response: they probably made it up.
There was never a Rocky XII.
Timmy said he learned what a real monster (Vicky) was at the age of eight but in "Abra Catastrophe!" it was told that Timmy met Vicky when he was nine. Only because there was a slight mix-up with Timmy's age.
When Timmy shows Cosmo and Wanda the pictures of him when he was five he looks the sam as he is now ecluding being the same height.
They proble warn't able to get rights to use the orignal Rocky movies. I heard alot of shows do that when get the right.
Timmy: (Looks around confused)
Trixie: No, silly! I said hi to you.
Trixie: Yeah uh... I know you've had a crush on me and I was wondering if you wouldn't mind...
Timmy: Going steady? Taking you to a dance? Being sweethearts through high school? Going to college together? Getting married? Remaining deeply in love as we grow really old together and spend our golden years traveling the world and extending our lifespan with the advanced technologies that will be available in the future until we eventually crumble into atoms and we're scattered across the cosmos where we'll float together for all eternity?
Trixie: Um... no. Introducing me to your cool new friend.
Mom: (Obviously nervous) Gary? You mean he's back?
Gary: This is the box you put me in for 5 years!!
Gary: That's not cool, bubba.
Cosmo: (After discussing level 13 probation) It's worse than- (Turns into a girl and screams)
Gary: (Timmy is hugging him) Public displays of affection... not cool.
Cosmo: What are ya talkin' about, copper?
Timmy: (Voiceover) I needed a clue.
Cosmo: Timmy...go to...the pier.
Timmy: Why did you bring me to the pier?
Cosmo: I don't know, I always feel so peaceful here.
Timmy: All I had was my trenchcoat, hat and an unlimited supply of magical wishes. The odds were against me.
Jorgen: And why is that corner of the room still black and white?
Cosmo: Cool! ...I mean 'Meow'... I mean 'Woof'! Yeah, let's go with that!
Gary: Laughing manically. Not...cool.
Cosmo: (Looks around the empty fish bowl) Hey, it's roomy in here.
In this episode we learn that Timmy had an imaginary friend 'Gary' when he was six (four years ago) but through visits to a psychiatrist's office, he locked Gary away.
Character Debut: Gary.
On AJ's shelf, AJ has an Oscar.
On AJ's shelf of trophies, you can see the Brainathon trophy from the episode "Smarty Pants". But it was broken by Timmy, so how can he have it?
reply:it could be an earlier trophy
In "Where's Wanda", Francis's dad was standing next to him (assuming he was his dad) and in "Teeth for Two, Francis says his dad was in jail, so that means that he was probably sent to jail between the time of this episode and the episode "Teeth for Two".
Tha Maltese Falcon has been paroded in many cartoons (Denise the Menace, Dinosaucers, Garfield, The Flintstone Kids, etc.), in all they you can hear the thoughts of the characters that parody Sam Spade, but in the original movie (starred by Humphrey Bogart), you never heard his thoughts.
"Imaginary Gary" is similar to "Pigment of His Imagination" from Tiny Toon Adventures, in which Hamton Pig creates an imaginary friend who comes to life, then proves to be a jerk.
In this episode we learn that Cosmo and Wanda don't have to obey just Timmy , but what he imagines too.
Timmy's enemies so far (in oder of apperance) are Vicky, Francis, Mr.Crocker, Dr.Bender, The Nega Chin, and now Gary.
Vicky's head: Turns into a fishbowl with a question mark.
Surgeon General is a parody of Operation.
Cosmo slyly says "Right" 4 times.
Where's Wanda? is a parody of old radio mystery shows.
The title of Where's Wanda? is probably a parody of Where's Waldo? books.
10th appearance of Veronica.
Level 14 Fairy Probation: Fairy Summer School with Mama Cosma.
Gary: Okay there, Captain Kabuki?
The Character, Captain Kabuki is the Antagonist from the Playstation Game, Jumping Flash 2.
Gone With the Breeze: Gone With the Wind
One of the many movie displays at the school was called Gone with the Breeze. This is a parody of the movie Gone With the Wind.
The "guy" that Timmy wishes to be in "Where's Wanda" is Sam Spade in "The Maltese Chicken", a take off on Humphrey Bogart's character in "The Maltese Falcon" who was also named Sam Spade.
Chocolate City, Utah: Hershey City, Pennsylvania
Chocolate City, Utah is a spoof of Hershey City, Pennsylvania.
Where's Wanda?: Title
The title is an allusion of famous video game series, Where's Carmen Sandiego? and the book Where's Waldo?.
Timmy: Cosmo, this is the beginning of a beautiful friendship.
This is a very famous line from the movie classic Casablanca. A lot of references from Casablanca are in this episode, like Timmy chasing after Trixie when she going to leave on the plane.
Goody Land: Candy Land
When Timmy is trapped in the pile of 5-year-old toys, you will see a box that says Goody Land on it. This is a spoof of an old game called Candy Land.
Timmy: Tibby Tubbies
Tibby Tubbies is reference to the popular kiddy show Tellytubbies.
Gary: Yeah, Baby!
This line was a one of the famous lines in Austin Powers.
The four movies reference on the kid's display were "Casablanca", "Frankenstein", "Rocky" and "Jaws". Of course the whole episode was played out in the film-noir style.
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