Template:Infobox television. It is produced by Frederator Studios , whose show Oh Yeah! Cartoons , showed the pilot episodes alongside many other first-run and one-time cartoons. It is shown in the United States on the children's television station Nickelodeon , and is also shown internationally. The show remains popular, but with a slowly shrinking level of popularity.
The television series is distributed outside the United States by the Canadian animation company, Nelvana Enterprises, Inc. The show follows the day-to-day life of year-old Timmy Turner.
An only child, Timmy was often preyed upon by such adversaries as his mean babysitter, Vicky referred to at times as "Icky with a V" , or his maniacal teacher, Mr.
Just as his situation was particularly grim, he was granted a pair of fairy godparents , named Cosmo and Wanda , who had the power to grant his wishes and were charged with making Timmy happy. Unfortunately, Cosmo is a particularly dim fairy, and Wanda must devote her time to ensuring both Timmy's and Cosmo's safety; as such, although well meaning, their wishes often go awry.
These Fairly OddParents a pun on " fairy godparents " , mindful of their secretive existence, disguise themselves as various animals and objects in public, always with the same peculiar colors to identify the two: Cosmo is always a light green, and Wanda is always a light pink.
Each episode of the show consists of two cartoons, each approximately 11 minutes long. Also, most episodes end with a Deus ex machina , because Timmy has god parents that grant wishes for him. A majority of the episodes have him say, "I wish everything was back to normal! Timmy Turner voiced by Tara Strong , is an elementary school student. With a few exceptions, he is always seen wearing a pink baseball cap and a pink shirt, which his parents bought because they wanted a girl. In real life, pink was used because the cartoonist ran out of sources of blue , which he really wanted.
Cosmo is childish, emotional, and easily excited, while Wanda is generally more calm and mature. However, despite their differences, they are very much in love. Vicky voiced by Grey DeLisle is a teenage girl who works as a babysitter.
She enjoys annoying and being mean to the kids she babysits. For this reason, Timmy, who is one of the kids she babysits, doesn't like her. She is also obsessed with making money. The only adults who know how mean she is are her parents, who she is equally mean to. She has a sister, Tootie, who she terrorizes as well. Turner voiced by Daran Norris and Susan Blakeslee respectively ; appear as Timmy's nameless, somewhat stereotypical, comically dimwitted suburban parents.
However, Timmy's mother seems to be a lot more intelligent than her husband. Their first names are never given; however, in one time-travel episode it is revealed that "Dad" and "Mom", respectively, were their childhood nicknames. In the pilot episodes of the series on Oh Yeah! Cartoons , their faces were always just out of shot. Timmy's dad's age was revealed to be 42 in an episode, released in January of Chester voiced by Frankie Muniz and subsequently Jason Marsden is a friend of Timmy, a street-savvy schemer and opportunist.
One of his most prominent features is his braces, which, despite his state of poverty, are quite technologically advanced. His father is a failed baseball player and neighborhood outcast. He is shown in several episodes to have scientific connections with the government. It is possible that A. Jorgen Von Strangle voiced by Daran Norris , is a high-ranking Fairy official possibly the head of Fairy World; if not, then his muscles are , the strongest fairy in the universe and commander in chief of all fairies.
He is married to the tooth fairy and his best friends are Cosmo and Wanda, as seen in the episode titled Odd Couple. Also worth noting is that he is the only male adult human-sized fairy that is ever seen on the show. He seems to be an obvious parody of Arnold Schwarzenegger , in both thickly-accented voice and muscular physique.
Denzel Q. Crocker voiced by Carlos Alazraqui , is the somewhat estranged school teacher of the class Timmy is in. He is the only adult in town and, in fact, the only person in town outside of Timmy who believes in Fairy Godparents; as a child, he had fairy godparents of his own when he was a child, but thanks to a time-travelling Timmy they were taken away.
His Godparents were Cosmo and Wanda. While his memory of his godparents was erased, he managed to scrawl "Fairy godparents exist" on the back of a fairy detector, before losing his memory. He is therefore strongly suspicious of the amazing things that happen to Timmy, and he was almost successful in discovering about Timmy's godparents in which case, they'd have to go away for ever.
His trademark is having manic wild takes while loudly uttering the phrase "Fairy Godparents! The Crimson Chin voiced by Jay Leno , is a superhero appearing in comics and televised entertainment enjoyed by Timmy Turner.
He takes the responsibility of protecting the city of Chincinatti, taking the secret identity of Charles Hampton Indigo for the local newspaper, The Daily Blabbity. Timmy works as his sidekick, "Cleft, the Boy Chin Wonder".
Cartoons in , which aired some 10 episodes of the original show. Oh Yeah! Cartoons was canceled in but will be returning for a fourth season in , but Nickelodeon offered to make its own show. This offer was accepted by creator Butch Hartman. The show began airing its own full-length episodes as its own series in Although the Fairly OddParents was not very popular in its first year, its popularity began to catch on later, attracting both a kid and adult fan base.
Another notable thing about the show was that attracted many adolescent and adult followers because of its more complicated, witty sense of humor. Sure enough, the ratings for this show skyrocketed. Early was definitely Fairly OddParents peak years. Its ratings were extremely high, and it very briefly passed SpongeBob SquarePants. The show saw its very quick rise to the top and fall in summer of when the show's first TV Movie, Abra-Catastrophe! It was a hit with record-breaking ratings, merchandise appeared all over the place.
However, when the show aired its new third season later that year, the episodes were not as funny, some being accused of being manically stupid. With new voices for principal characters such as Chester and A. This turned off a lot of older viewers, and slowly the show's ratings plummeted. SpongeBob SquarePants which had been in a ratings slump previously , bounced back in as Nick's highest rated show.
Now, in , The Fairly OddParents remains its seemingly permanent position as Nickelodeon's second most highly rated show, despite a slight decline in popularity. However, despite falling popularity, The Fairly OddParents is still in production with new episodes that will air later this year. According to an animation book and other sources, Paramount and Nickelodeon are making a theatrical motion picture of The Fairly OddParents.
In some corners, some people dislike the show for its low moral quality, so the movie is hoped to be better. However, since they announced plans in August and IMDb does not have current reports on the film's status, whether this will happen or not is unknown. Vicky: Yeah, right! Vicky's head turns into random matter, depending on what the episode's about. Missing image Fop-dragon-a. Toolbox Special pages. This page was last modified , 22 Jun This page has been accessed times.
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