The Fairly OddParents

Season 6 Episode 21

Wishology: The Big Beginning

Aired Daily 7:00 AM May 01, 2009 on Nickelodeon
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It's up to Timmy to save the universe from the Darkness, a large black hole that could destroy the universe by sucking out all the light and magic in it. Jorgen then sends all the fairies to Earth in order to hide. Timmy then sees some anchient cave drawings that claim that he is the "Chosen" sent to defeat the Darkness by finding three powerful magic wands with the help of Cosmo, Wanda, and Poof, but the Darkness then sends his minions, the Eliminators, to hunt Timmy down throughout the universe to destroy him before he could find those wands.moreless

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  • Good

    Timmy Turner is the chosen one, who needs to defeat the darkness. To do this, he needs to find a magic big wand. Will he be able to, with evil robots trying to find him? The hunt is on.

    Epic, all three were epic in their own ways. I disliked this compared to the other two, but it was still pretty good. It seemed more epic and it seemed to have a darker tone than other episodes of the series did, and that is why i like them all. Overall grade for this, is an A+, definitely a great offeringmoreless
  • Just part one and already awesome!

    This three part movie trilogy that of "Fairly Odd Parents" is already the coolest in the show. It's funny, actioney, epic. It makes great references, parodys, spoofs, and alussions of pop culture. And it makes the best jokes. The best part of this part one is that it directly refers to real things in the real world. Some other episodes in the show do this too but this one does it best. They have the actual popular rock band "Kiss" and they play thier actual hit song "Rock and Roll All Nite". It's like back in the "Fairly Odd Games" when they had Scott Hamilton.

    In conclusion,

    Awesome, period.moreless
  • A good beginning to a T.V. movie trilogy! :idea:

    I have always thought of "The Fairly Oddparents" as a kooky, nutty, mostly funny, zany, offbeat cartoon show done by what I consider to be one of the best former Hanna-Barbara cartoonists on the Western side of Nebraska, but to make an entire T.V. movie trilogy takes guts! And making all three parts of the trilogy air back to back is even more gutsy! But Butch Hartman has done it again, and has made a movie trilogy worth watching! "The Matrix, The Lord of the Rings," and the "Harry Potter" movies/books are all great pop culture items worth parodying, but what really makes this special stand out is that Timmy doesn't just get to parody other trilogies, he has to be in an actual trilogy himself when a dark, evil force simply called The Darkness threatens to swallow the world and everybody in it, Timmy Turner must find a way to beat back the darkness, with little help and only his mind as a prime resource in order to find the magic wand that can send The Darkness back where it came from! What's cool is that the music rock band of Kiss guest starred as themselves and even played their signature song! Through determination and a never say die attitude, Timmy gets the wand he needed to beat back The Darkness, save all the Fairy Godparents, and learns that anybody can be a Chosen One if they're determined enough and resourceful enough to do the right thing! But The Darkness won't be destroyed so easily! There are still two more sequels to watch in order to find out if everything ends up okay. :idea: This truly is a Big Beginning, and I highly recommend it for anyone interested in comedy and action-packed adventure! :D Enough said, true believers! ;)moreless
  • The begining of triology adventure and one of Timmy'd biggest

    The first thing I like about the first part was that Timmy was the chosen one. A bit like HP/Star Wars but the story has a bit of a Kingdom Hearts vibe, that won me over it. Poof was so cute, and the gum, first I thought they were ghosts, gum made it a little better. Timmy and the white wand, talk about a bit too much. The robots was a termimater prodody, the one with the black jacket was the one I like to see. I know alot of people didn't like the first or even the next ones.moreless
  • Not as thrilling as the exciting middle part, but better than the final ending.

    Out of the exciting trilogy, when it comes to which one is the best, this one takes number 2. It wasn't as great as the middle one, but I still liked it. I liked the parodies of the movies; I thought that they were funny. There was a lot of suspense in this movie, but at some parts I thought that it'd been a little rushed, but they've only got forty five minutes without commercials, so that's kinda understandable why it was rushed. I thought that this one was actually the funniest out of the two, not to say that others aren't funny. The fart jokes were really funny. I liked the Kiss apperance at the end (even though I never actually listened to their songs before). I liked the cliffhanger at the end, it left me wanting to watch the second one. So out of the three, this one takes second place for the best one! Final Grade: B+. Teen_Tomboy out!moreless
Tara Strong

Tara Strong

Timmy Turner/Poof

Susan Blakeslee

Susan Blakeslee

Wanda/Ms. Turner

Daran Norris

Daran Norris

Cosmo/Mr. Turner/Jorgen Von Strangle

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