List of The Fairly OddParents episodes

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The following is an episode list for the Nickelodeon animated television series The Fairly OddParents. The series is based on a series of Oh Yeah! Cartoons, beginning with the short The Fairly OddParents.

From 1998 until 2001, Oh Yeah! Cartoons aired seven, seven minute Fairly OddParents shorts. After starting as a regular television series in 2001, Nickelodeon has aired a total of nine seasons with currently 132 episodes aired in the United States, including seven television movies, three Jimmy Timmy Power Hour movies and 2 full length live-action films. The series has also produced television films, notable films like Abra-Catastrophe! the first movie which aired in 2003 on Nickelodeon, and Channel Chasers which aired a year later in 2004. The latest film A Fairly Odd Christmas was released in 2012. The first 6 and a half seasons were released on DVD as of 2011. Counting the Oh Yeah! era, The Fairly OddParents is the longest running cartoon (in terms of years) currently airing on Nickelodeon. As of October 19, 2013, 132 episodes have aired in the United States. The series returned in 2013 after a year-long hiatus with the ninth season premiere which began airing on March 23, 2013 with the half-hour special Fairly OddPet.

Series overview[edit]

Season Episodes Season premiere Season finale DVD releases
Region 1 Region 2 Region 4
S 10 September 4, 1998 March 23, 2001 March 21, 2013 N/A N/A
1 7 March 30, 2001 December 12, 2001 June 2, 2009 October 17, 2005[1] N/A
2 13 March 1, 2002 January 30, 2003 June 2, 2009 N/A N/A
3 19 November 8, 2002 November 21, 2003 May 16, 2011 N/A N/A
4 20 November 7, 2003 June 10, 2005 June 3, 2011 N/A N/A
5 21 July 2, 2004 July 7, 2007 June 3, 2011 N/A N/A
6 20 February 18, 2008 August 12, 2009 November 18, 2008 (Volume 1)
April 3, 2014 (Complete)
N/A N/A
7 20 July 6, 2009 August 5, 2012 June 10, 2011 N/A N/A
8 6 February 12, 2011 December 29, 2011 March 25, 2014 N/A N/A
9 26 March 23, 2013 TBA N/A N/A N/A

Episodes[edit]

Shorts (1998–2001)[edit]

The Fairly OddParents' actual origins premiered as Oh Yeah! Cartoons. The Fairly OddParents first premiered on September 4, 1998 with the episode, "The Fairly OddParents!", plus the first appearance of Timmy Turner, Cosmo, Wanda, and Vicky. The shorts season ended on March 23, 2001 with the short, "Super Humor", a week before the official series began. From 2001–2003, 9 out of 10 shorts were aired on Nickelodeon with Tara Strong dubbing over Mary Kay Bergman's voice as Timmy Turner (who was born in March 1992).

Before The Fairly OddParents series officially began, The Fairly OddParents aired 10 total shorts through 1998–2001. Each short has been released to DVD with the original audio.

Prod. No. Title Original airdate[2]
1 "The Fairly OddParents!" September 4, 1998 (1998-09-04)
2 "Too Many Timmys!" September 25, 1998 (1998-09-25)
3 "Where's the Wand?" October 2, 1998 (1998-10-02)
4 "Party of Three!" January 2, 1999 (1999-01-02)
5 "The Fairy Flu!" May 1, 1999 (1999-05-01)
6 "The Temp!" July 24, 1999 (1999-07-24)
7 "The Zappys!" December 31, 1999 (1999-12-31)
8 "Scout's Honor" January 17, 2000 (2000-01-17)
9 "The Really Bad Day!" December 8, 2000 (2000-12-08)
10 "Super Humor" March 23, 2001 (2001-03-23)

Season 1 (2001)[edit]

The first season of the Fairly OddParents is the first installment of the series. It first aired on March 30, 2001 with the episode, "The Big Problem!/Power Mad!", showing the first appearance of Timmy's parents showing their faces. The season ended on December 12, 2001 with the series first special, "Christmas Everyday!".

Prod. No. Title Written by Directed by Original airdate
1 "The Big Problem!" Steve Marmel Butch Hartman March 30, 2001 (2001-03-30)
"Power Mad!"
2 "Spaced Out!" Mike Bell, Butch Hartman & Steve Marmel Butch Hartman April 6, 2001
"Transparents!" Steve Marmel & Butch Hartman Butch Hartman & Larry Leichliter
3 "A Wish Too Far!" Steve Marmel Butch Hartman April 13, 2001
"Tiny Timmy!" Steve Marmel, Mike Bell & Butch Hartman Butch Hartman & Larry Leichliter
4 "Father Time!" Butch Hartman & Steve Marmel Butch Hartman & Jaime Diaz April 20, 2001
"Apartnership!" Butch Hartman
5 "Chin Up!" Steve Marmel Butch Hartman April 27, 2001
"Dog's Day Afternoon" Butch Hartman & Larry Leichliter
6 "Dream Goat!" Steve Marmel Butch Hartman & Larry Leichliter May 4, 2001
"The Same Game"
7 "Christmas Everyday!" Butch Hartman & Steve Marmel Butch Hartman December 12, 2001

Season 2 (2002)[edit]

The second season of The Fairly OddParents first aired on March 1, 2002 and ended on January 20, 2003. Twistory along with the accompanying episode Hail to the Chief, were banned from airing on Nickelodeon because they were deemed offensive to other countries. However, both episodes are available on the Nick Picks Vol. 3 DVD and on the season 2 DVD of the Fairly OddParents because of this many people think that the Founding Fathers from "Escape from Unwish Island" were new. Also, the two episodes finally re-aired on November 7, 2012 at 9pm EST on Nicktoons.

Prod. No. Title Written by Directed by Original airdate
8 "Boys in the Band" Butch Hartman & Steve Marmel Butch Hartman March 1, 2002 (2002-03-01)
"Hex Games" Tim O'Rourke
9 "Boy Toy" Butch Hartman & Steve Marmel Butch Hartman March 8, 2002 (2002-03-08)
"Inspection Detection" Spencer Green
10 "Action Packed" Tracy Berna & Steve Marmel John Fountain & Butch Hartman March 22, 2002 (2002-03-22)
"Smarty Pants" Tracy Berna
11 "Super Bike" Jack Thomas Butch Hartman May 10, 2002 (2002-05-10)
"A Mile in My Shoes" Tim O'Rourke & Butch Hartman & Steve Marmel Sarah Frost & Butch Hartman
12 "Timvisible" Butch Hartman & Steve Marmel Butch Hartman April 26, 2002 (2002-04-26)
"That Old Black Magic" Sarah Frost & Butch Hartman
13 "Foul Balled" Butch Hartman & Steve Marmel John Fountain & Butch Hartman June 7, 2002 (2002-06-07)
"The Boy Who Would Be Queen" Butch Hartman & Sarah Frost
14 "Totally Spaced Out" Steve Marmel & Jack Thomas John Fountain & Butch Hartman July 12, 2002 (2002-07-12)
"The Switch Glitch" Butch Hartman & Steve Marmel & Jenny Nissenson Gary Conrad & Butch Hartman
15 "Mighty Mom and Dyno Dad" Jack Thomas & Butch Hartman & Steve Marmel John Fountain & Butch Hartman September 6, 2002 (2002-09-06)
"Knighty Knight" Sarah Frost & Butch Hartman
16 "Fairy Fairy Quite Contrary" Jack Thomas & Butch Hartman & Steve Marmel John Fountain & Butch Hartman September 13, 2002 
"Nectar of the Odds" Jack Thomas Sarah Frost & Butch Hartman
17 "Hail to the Chief" Steven Banks & Jack Thomas & Steve Marmel Gary Conrad & Butch Hartman September 27, 2002
"Twistory" Butch Hartman & Steve Marmel & Jack Thomas
18 "Fool's Day Out" Butch Hartman & Steve Marmel & Jack Thomas Gary Conrad & Butch Hartman October 11, 2002 
"Déjà Vu" Butch Hartman
19 "Scary Godparents" Butch Hartman & Steve Marmel John Fountain & Gary Conrad & Butch Hartman October 29, 2002
20 "Information Stupor Highway" Butch Hartman & Steve Marmel & Jack Thomas Wincat Alcala & Butch Hartman January 20, 2003

Season 3 (2002–03)[edit]

The third season of The Fairly OddParents premiered on November 8, 2002 and ended on November 21, 2003. "Abra-Catastrophe!" was the first TV movie aired on July 12, 2003.

Prod. No. Title Written by Directed by Original airdate
21 "Ruled Out" Spencer Green & Butch Hartman & Steve Marmel Sarah Frost & Butch Hartman November 8, 2002
"That's Life!" Spencer Green & Butch Hartman & Steve Marmel Sarah Frost & Butch Hartman
22 "Shiny Teeth" Butch Hartman & Steve Marmel Butch Hartman November 30, 2002
"Odd, Odd West" Steve Marmel & Jack Thomas John Fountain & Butch Hartman
25 "Cosmo Con" Scott Fellows & Jack Thomas Wincat Alcala & Butch Hartman January 10, 2003
"Wanda's Day Off" Steve Marmel & Jack Thomas Sarah Frost & Butch Hartman
26 "Odd Jobs" Scott Fellows Wincat Alcala & Butch Hartman January 27, 2003
"Movie Magic" Scott Fellows & Jack Thomas Wincat Alcala & Butch Hartman
24 "Love Struck!" Butch Hartman & Scott Fellows & Steve Marmel Sarah Frost & Gary Conrad & Butch Hartman February 14, 2003
23 "MicroPhony" Butch Hartman & Steve Marmel & Scott Fellows Gary Conrad August 1, 2003
"So Totally Spaced Out" Steve Marmel & Jack Thomas Sarah Frost & Butch Hartman
27–29 "Abra-Catastrophe!" Butch Hartman & Steve Marmel Butch Hartman July 12, 2003
30 "Sleepover and Over" Scott Fellows & Steve Marmel & Jack Thomas Ken Bruce & Butch Hartman May 17, 2003
"Mother Nature" Scott Fellows & Jack Thomas Gary Conrad
31 "The Crimson Chin Meets Mighty Mom and Dyno Dad!" Butch Hartman & Steve Marmel Ken Bruce & Butch Hartman May 9, 2003
"Engine Blocked" Jack Thomas Wincat Alcala & Butch Hartman
32 "Most Wanted Wish" Scott Fellows Gary Conrad May 2, 2003
"This is Your Wish" Butch Hartman & Steve Marmel & Scott Fellows & Jack Thomas Sarah Frost
33 "Beddy Bye" Steve Marmel & Jack Thomas & Scott Fellows Wincat Alcala & Butch Hartman May 23, 2003
"The Grass is Greener" Steve Marmel & Jack Thomas & Spencer Green Ken Bruce & Butch Hartman
34 "The Secret Origin of Denzel Crocker!" Butch Hartman & Steve Marmel Gary Conrad & Sarah Frost & Wincat Alcala June 27, 2003
35 "Kung Timmy" Jack Thomas & Scott Fellows Wincat Alcala & Gary Conrad November 11, 2003
"Which Witch is Which?" Butch Hartman & Jack Thomas Sarah Frost & Ken Bruce
36 "Pipe Down!" Butch Hartman & Steve Marmel & Jack Thomas & Scott Fellows Sarah Frost September 26, 2003
"The Big Scoop!" Butch Hartman & Steve Marmel Wincat Alcala & Gary Conrad
37 "Crime Wave" Butch Hartman & Steve Marmel Wincat Alcala & Butch Hartman October 10, 2003
"Odd Ball" Jack Thomas & Scott Fellows & Jim Hecht Sarah Frost
38 "Where's Wanda?" Jack Thomas Gary Conrad October 17, 2003
"Imaginary Gary" Steve Marmel & Butch Hartman Gary Conrad
39 "Chip Off the Old Chip" Butch Hartman & Steve Marmel & Jack Thomas Wincat Alcala & Butch Hartman November 21, 2003
"Snow Bound" Scott Fellows Sarah Frost

Season 4 (2003–05)[edit]

The fourth season of the Fairly OddParents premiered on November 14, 2003 and ended June 10, 2005. This season also has the 2nd and 3rd TV movies, the 2nd TV movie is "Channel Chasers" and the 3rd is "School's Out! The Musical", the very first movie to be featured as a musical film.

Prod. No. Title Written by Directed by Original airdate
40 "Miss Dimsdale" Scott Fellows Sarah Frost November 7, 2003
"Mind Over Magic" Jack Thomas Gary Conrad
41 "Shelf Life" Butch Hartman & Steve Marmel & Jack Thomas Wincat Alcala & Butch Hartman September 10, 2004
42 "Hard Copy" Scott Fellows Sarah Frost November 14, 2003
"Parent Hoods" Butch Hartman & Steve Marmel & Jack Thomas Gary Conrad & Ken Bruce
43 "Lights... Camera... Adam!" Jack Thomas & Scott Fellows & Steve Marmel & Butch Hartman Sarah Frost & Gary Conrad June 1, 2004
"A Bad Case of Diary-Uh!" Karin Gutman Sarah Frost & Gary Conrad
44 "The Jimmy Timmy Power Hour" Gene Grillo & Butch Hartman & Steve Marmel Butch Hartman & Keith Alcorn May 7, 2004
45 "Baby Face" Scott Fellows Ken Bruce March 19, 2004
"Mr. Right!" Jack Thomas Gary Conrad
46 "Vicky Loses Her Icky" Andrew Nicholls & Darrell Vickers Sarah Frost February 20, 2004
"Pixies Inc." Jack Thomas Gary Conrad 
47 "Odd Couple" Cynthia True Gary Conrad June 14, 2004
"Class Clown" Andrew Nicholls & Darrell Vickers Ken Bruce
48 "The Big Superhero Wish!" Butch Hartman & Steve Marmel Gary Conrad & Sarah Frost February 16, 2004
49 "Power Pals!" Scott Fellows Sarah Frost May 18, 2004
"Emotion Commotion!" Jack Thomas Ken Bruce
50 "Fairy Friends & Neighbors!" Scott Fellows & Jack Thomas Sarah Frost November 27, 2004
"Just the Two of Us!" Jack Thomas & Scott Fellows & Jim Hecht Ken Bruce
51 "Who's Your Daddy?" Andrew Nicholls & Darrell Vickers Gary Conrad June 18, 2004 
"Home Wrecker" Cynthia True Ken Bruce
52 "New Squid in Town" Steve Marmel & Butch Hartman Ken Bruce November 27, 2004
"Wish Fixers" Scott Fellows Sarah Frost
53 "Truth or Cosmoquences" Jack Thomas Gary Conrad February 15, 2005
"Beach Bummed!" Scott Fellows & Jack Thomas Sarah Frost
54–56 "Channel Chasers" Butch Hartman & Steve Marmel Butch Hartman July 23, 2004
57 "Catman Meets the Crimson Chin" Scott Fellows Ken Bruce January 17, 2005
"Genie Meanie Minie Mo" Jack Thomas Gary Conrad 
58–59 "School's Out! The Musical" Steve Marmel & Butch Hartman Butch Hartman June 10, 2005

Season 5 (2004–06)[edit]

The fifth season of The Fairly OddParents premiered on July 2, 2004, with the episode Crash Nebula. The season ended on November 25, 2006. The season aired its 4th TV Movie, "Fairy Idol", and the last two movies in The Jimmy Timmy Power Hour series. After the finale of this season, the series went on a lengthy hiatus while the show was pulled off from production. However, Nickelodeon and Butch Hartman decided to revive the show with another production and bring back the series on television. While in production in 2007, Nickelodeon broadcast a special event for the Fairly OddParents on July 7, 2007. The whole special event, titled "The 77 Secrets of the Fairly OddParents Revealed!", was to create hype for the upcoming 6th season to air in 2008. Also revealing a new character to add in the show. This whole event was to commemorate the title Lucky 7 from the "777" in the broadcast date.

Prod. No. Title Written by Directed by Original airdate[2]
60 "Nega-Timmy" Scott Fellows & Jack Thomas Gary Conrad February 14, 2005
"Love at First Height" Joel Zimmer Ken Bruce
61 "You Doo" Scott Fellows & Jack Thomas Gary Conrad February 16, 2005
"Just Desserts!" Scott Fellows Sarah Frost
62 "Go Young, West Man!" Jack Thomas Sarah Frost May 9, 2005
"Birthday Wish!" Cynthia True Ken Bruce
63 "Blondas Have More Fun!" Scott Fellows Gary Conrad April 2, 2005
"Five Days of FLARG" Scott Fellows Ken Bruce 
64 "Timmy's 2D House of Horror" Cynthia True Gary Conrad May 10, 2005
"It's a Wishful Life" Jack Thomas Sarah Frost
65 "Escape from Unwish Island" Scott Fellows Ken Bruce May 11, 2005
"The Gland Plan" Jack Thomas Sarah Frost 
66 "Back to the Norm" Jack Thomas Gary Conrad January 17, 2005
"Teeth for Two" Cynthia True Ken Bruce 
67 "Hassle in the Castle" Jack Thomas Gary Conrad May 12, 2005
"Remy Rides Again" Jack Thomas Sarah Frost
68 "Talkin' Trash" Jack Thomas Sarah Frost May 13, 2005
"Timmy TV" Cynthia True Ken Bruce
69 "The Masked Magician" Scott Fellows Butch Hartman February 18, 2005
"The Big Bash" Cynthia True Ken Bruce & Juli Hashiguchi
70 "Crash Nebula" Butch Hartman & Steve Marmel Butch Hartman July 2, 2004
71 "Mooooving Day" Gene Grillo Gary Conrad October 3, 2005
"Big Wanda" Jack Thomas Ken Bruce
72 "Oh, Brother!" Kevin Sullivan Gary Conrad October 4, 2005
"What's the Difference?" Jack Thomas Ken Bruce
73 "Smart Attack" Greg Fideler Ken Bruce October 5, 2005
"Operation F.U.N." Cynthia True Gary Conrad
74 "Something's Fishy!" Steve Marmel & Jack Thomas Gary Conrad October 6, 2005
"Presto Change-O" Kevin Sullivan Ken Bruce
75 "The Good Old Days!" Dave Thomas Gary Conrad October 7, 2005
"Future Lost" Jack Thomas Ken Bruce
76 "Timmy the Barbarian!" Jack Thomas & Steve Marmel Ken Bruce November 25, 2006
"No Substitute for Crazy!" Kevin Sullivan Gary Conrad
77-78 "Fairy Idol" Butch Hartman & Steve Marmel Ken Bruce & Gary Conrad May 19, 2006
79 "The Jimmy Timmy Power Hour 2: When Nerds Collide!" Gene Grillo & Butch Hartman & Steve Marmel & Jed Spingarn & Jack Thomas Wincat Alcala & Keith Alcorn & Sarah Frost & Mike Gasaway & Butch Hartman January 16, 2006
80 "The Jimmy Timmy Power Hour 3: The Jerkinators!" Steve Marmel & Jed Spingarn Wincat Alcala & Keith Alcorn & Mike Gasaway & Butch Hartman July 21, 2006
Special "77 Secrets of The Fairly Odd Parents Revealed!" Samantha Berger & Lisa Versaci Papola Butch Hartman July 7, 2007

Season 6 (2008–09)[edit]

Originally, 'Jimmy Timmy Power Hour 3: The Jerkinators' was to mark the series finale of the Fairly Oddparents in 2006, but after a year long hiatus, the show was revived for a sixth season to contain at Average 20 episodes.[3] The season first premiered on February 18, 2008 with the 5th Fairly OddParents movie, Fairly OddBaby, plus the first appearance of Baby Poof. The first 2 (4) episodes aired March 10–13, 2008 as part of "Poof! There He Is Week". The next 2½ episodes aired from May 12–16, 2008, as part of "Turner & Poof Week". Another premiere week titled, "Super Hero Fairly Weirdo Week", aired during the week of August 11–15, 2008. Following that, 4 new episodes aired November 30, 2008 during the new SuperStuffed Nicktoons Weekend marathon. Another 3 1-hour TV Movies aired May 1–3, 2009 as part of Wishology Week. This also marked the finale to the sixth season.

That is the second season to be broadcast by Nickelodeon Latin America.

Prod. No. Title Written by Directed by Original airdate[2] U.S. viewers
(million)
81–82 "Fairly OddBaby" Karin Gutman & Rachel Ruderman & Cynthia True & Joel Zimmer Ken Bruce & Gary Conrad & Michelle Bryan February 18, 2008 8.8[4]
83 "Mission Responsible" Scott Fellows Michelle Bryan March 10, 2008 N/A
"Hairicane" Kevin Sullivan Ken Bruce March 11, 2008
84 "Open Wide and Say Aaagh!" Butch Hartman Gary Conrad March 12, 2008 N/A
"Odd Pirates" Kevin Sullivan Michelle Bryan March 13, 2008
85 "The Fairly Oddlympics" Scott Fellows & Butch Hartman & Kevin Sullivan Ken Bruce & Gary Conrad August 1, 2008 N/A
86 "The Odd Squad" Scott Fellows Michelle Bryan May 12, 2008 N/A
"For Emergencies Only" Butch Hartman Ken Bruce May 13, 2008
87 "Cheese and Crockers" Scott Fellows Michelle Bryan May 14, 2008 N/A
"Land Before Timmy" Kevin Sullivan Gary Conrad May 15, 2008
88 "King Chang" Kevin Sullivan Michelle Bryan May 16, 2008 N/A
"The End of the Universe-ity" Scott Fellows Ken Bruce August 11, 2008
89 "Sooper Poof" Laurie Israel & Rachel Ruderman Gary Conrad August 12, 2008 N/A
"Wishing Well" Kevin Sullivan Michelle Bryan August 13, 2008
90 "Wishy Washy" Butch Hartman Ken Bruce August 14, 2008 N/A
"Poof's Playdate" Scott Fellows Gary Conrad August 15, 2008
91 "Merry Wishmas" Butch Hartman & Scott Fellows & Kevin Sullivan Ken Bruce December 12, 2008 N/A
92 "Vicky Gets Fired" Kevin Sullivan Ken Bruce November 30, 2008 N/A
"Chindred Spirits" Amy Keating Rogers Michelle Bryan
93 "9 Lives!" Chris Prouty Ken Bruce N/A
"Dread 'n' Breakfast" Scott Fellows Gary Conrad
94 "Birthday Bashed!" Butch Hartman Michelle Bryan July 9, 2009 N/A
"Momnipresent" Kevin Sullivan Gary Conrad August 12, 2009
95–96 "Wishology" Butch Hartman & Scott Fellows & Kevin Sullivan Butch Hartman May 1, 2009 4[5]
97–98 Butch Hartman & Scott Fellows & Kevin Sullivan Butch Hartman May 2, 2009 3.6[6]
99-100 Butch Hartman & Scott Fellows & Kevin Sullivan Butch Hartman May 3, 2009 4.0[6]

Season 7 (2009–12)[edit]

The seventh season premiered on July 6, 2009 with the episode "Bad Heir Day". The first special of the season, "Anti-Poof", aired on July 10, 2009. In Germany, Canada, United Kingdom, Australia, Turkey and Latin America, all episodes of Season 7 were aired. However, the only Season 7 episode, "Farm Pit", was later aired in the United States on August 5, 2012, apart a year later

Prod. No. Title Written by Directed by Original airdate[2]
101 "Anti-Poof" Butch Hartman, Ray DeLaurentis, Kevin Sullivan & Ed Valentine Michelle Bryan & Gary Conrad July 10, 2009
102 "Add-A-Dad" Butch Hartman, Ray DeLaurentis & Kevin Sullivan Michelle Bryan August 11, 2009
"Squirrely-Puffs" Kevin Sullivan Ken Bruce & Butch Hartman August 13, 2009
103 "Mice Capades" Ray DeLaurentis Gary Conrad July 7, 2009
"Formula for Disaster" Will Schifrin Michelle Bryan July 8, 2009
104 "Bad Heir Day" Kevin Sullivan Ken Bruce July 6, 2009 
"Freaks and Greeks" Tom Krajewski Gary Conrad September 30, 2009
105 "Fly Boy" Ed Valentine Michelle Bryan August 14, 2009
"Temporary Fairy" Amy Keating Rogers Ken Bruce September 29, 2009
106 "Crocker Shocker" Kevin Sullivan Gary Conrad September 28, 2009
"Super Zero" Ray DeLaurentis & Will Schifrin Ken Bruce October 1, 2009
107 "Dadbra-Cadabra" Gary Conrad Gary Conrad October 2, 2009
"Timmy Turnip" Will Schifrin Michelle Bryan August 10, 2009
108 "One Man Banned" Ed Valentine Michelle Bryan October 16, 2009 
"Frenemy Mine" Kevin Sullivan Ken Bruce 
109 "Chicken Poofs" Ray DeLaurentis & Will Schifrin Gary Conrad April 9, 2010
"Stupid Cupid" Will Schifrin Ken Bruce February 6, 2010
110 "Double-Oh Schnozmo!" Kevin Sullivan Gary Conrad September 12, 2010
"Planet Poof" Ed Valentine Michelle Bryan April 5, 2010
111 "The Boss of Me" Charlotte Fullerton Ken Bruce September 12, 2010
"He Poofs, He Scores" Ray DeLaurentis & Will Schifrin Michelle Bryan April 6, 2010
112 "Play Date of Doom" Kevin Sullivan Gary Conrad April 7, 2010 
"Teacher's Pet" Ray DeLaurentis & Will Schifrin Ken Bruce April 8, 2010
113 "Manic Mom-Day" Kevin Sullivan Michelle Bryan September 18, 2010 
"Crocker of Gold" Will Schifrin Gary Conrad 
114 "Beach Blanket Bozos" Ed Valentine Michelle Bryan August 15, 2011 (2011-08-15)
"Poltergeeks" Ed Valentine Ken Bruce
115 "The Old Man and the C-" Kevin Sullivan Gary Conrad July 14, 2011 (2011-07-14)
"Balance of Flour" Ray DeLaurentis & Will Schifrin Ken Bruce
116 "Food Fight" Ed Valentine Michelle Bryan July 12, 2011 (2011-07-12)
"Please Don't Feed the Turners" Ray DeLaurentis & Will Schifrin Gary Conrad
117 "Take and Fake" Kevin Sullivan Ken Bruce February 6, 2010
"Cosmo Rules" Joanna Lewis Michelle Bryan July 11, 2011
118 "Lights Out" Kevin Sullivan Ken Bruce July 13, 2011 (2011-07-13)
"Dad Overboard" Ray DeLaurentis & Will Schifrin Gary Conrad
119 "Farm Pit" Ed Valentine Michelle Bryan August 5, 2012 (2012-08-05)
"Crock Talk" Ray DeLaurentis & Will Schifrin Gary Conrad July 15, 2011 (2011-07-15)
120 "Spellementary School" Kevin Sullivan Michelle Bryan February 26, 2011
"Operation Dinkleberg" Ray DeLaurentis & Will Schifrin Ken Bruce 

Season 8 (2011)[edit]

The eighth season of The Fairly OddParents first aired on February 12, 2011 with the episode "Love Triangle". The season ended on December 29, 2011 with the airing of Meet the OddParents. This is by far the shortest season of the series, containing four half-hour specials and one hour-long movie.

Prod. No. No. in
season
Title
Director(s)
Writer(s) Original airdate
Prod. Code U.S. viewers
(million)
121 1 "Love Triangle" Ken Bruce & Gary Conrad Dave Thomas, Kevin Sullivan, Will Schifrin, Butch Hartman & Ray DeLaurentis February 12, 2011 621
N/A
122–123 2-3 "Timmy's Secret Wish" Michelle Bryan, Ken Bruce & John McIntyre Will Schifrin & Kevin Sullivan November 23, 2011 622–623 2.9[7]
124 4 "Invasion of the Dads" Ken Bruce & Michelle Bryan Ray DeLaurentis, Will Schifrin & Kevin Sullivan June 18, 2011 624 3.7
125 5 "When L.O.S.E.R.S Attack" John McIntyre & Ken Bruce Ray DeLaurentis, Will Schifrin & Kevin Sullivan October 15, 2011 625 3.4
126 6 "Meet the OddParents" Michelle Bryan & John McIntyre Ray DeLaurentis, Will Schifrin & Kevin Sullivan December 29, 2011 626
N/A

Season 9 (2013–present)[edit]

On March 14, 2012, Nickelodeon and Frederator studios renewed The Fairly OddParents for a ninth season. It will feature 26 episodes (127–152), and Timmy Turner adopts a fairy puppy named Sparky. The recording for the ninth season began in June 2012. This is the first season to have regular-length episodes produced natively in high definition. This is also the first season to include Poof in the opening sequence.

Prod. No. No. in
season
Title Director(s) Writer(s) Original airdate Prod. Code U.S. viewers
(million)
127 1 "Fairly OddPet" Gary Conrad & Tuck Tucker Ray DeLaurentis, Will Schifrin & Kevin Sullivan March 23, 2013 (2013-03-23) 701 3.9[8] '
128a 2a "Dinklescouts" Gary Conrad Kevin Arrieta, Ray DeLaurentis, Will Schifrin & Kevin Sullivan April 14, 2013 (2013-04-14) 702a 2.1[9]
128b 2b "I Dream of Cosmo" Randy Myers & Michelle Bryan Kevin Arrieta & Sindy Spackman April 14, 2013 (2013-04-14) 702b 2.1[9]
129a 3a "Turner & Pooch" Tuck Tucker Ray DeLaurentis, Will Schifrin & Kevin Sullivan May 4, 2013 (2013-05-04) 703a 3.1[10]
129b 3b "Dumbbell Curve" Randy Myers & Michelle Bryan Kevin Arrieta, Ray DeLaurentis, Will Schifrin, Sindy Spackman & Kevin Sullivan May 11, 2013 (2013-05-11) 703b 3.0[11]
130a 4a "The Terrible Twosome" Gary Conrad Ray DeLaurentis, Will Schifrin & Kevin Sullivan June 1, 2013 (2013-06-01) 704a 3.2[12]
130b 4b "App Trap" Tuck Tucker & Butch Hartman Kevin Arrieta & Sindy Spackman June 8, 2013 (2013-06-08) 704b 2.7[13]
131a 5a "Force of Nature" Michelle Bryan & Randy Myers Kevin Arrieta & Sindy Spackman June 15, 2013[14] 705a 3.0[15]
131b 5b "Viral Vidiots" Gary Conrad Ellen Byron & Lissa Kapstrom June 22, 2013[14] 705b 3.2[16]
132 6 "Scary GodCouple" Michelle Bryan, Butch Hartman, Randy Myers & Tuck Tucker Ray DeLaurentis, Will Schifrin & Kevin Sullivan October 19, 2013 706 3.0[17]
133a 7a "Two and a Half Babies[18]" Gary Conrad Sindy Spackman
TBA
Note: This episode aired on Nicktoons UK in November 2013. 
133b 7b "Anchor's Away[18]" Gary Conrad Kevin Arrieta & Sindy Spackman
TBA
Note: This episode aired on Nicktoons UK in November 2013. 
134a 8a "Finding Emo[19]" Michelle Bryan & Randy Myers Ray DeLaurentis, Will Schifrin & Kevin Sullivan
TBA
134b 8b "Dust Busters[19]" Michelle Byran, Kevin Petrilak and Tuck Tucker Jonathan Butler, Ray DeLaurentis, Will Schifrin & Kevin Sullivan
TBA
135a 9a "The Bored Identity" Gary Conrad & Tuck Tucker Ray DeLaurentis, Will Schirfin & Kevin Sullivan
TBA
Note: This episode aired on YTV in Canada on March 21, 2014. 
135b 9b "Country Clubbed"
TBA
Note: This episode aired on YTV in Canada on March 21, 2014. 
136a 10a "Dog Gone"
TBA
136b 10b "Turner Back Time"
TBA
137a 11a "Cosmonopoly"
TBA
137b 11b "Hero Hound"

A Fairly Odd series[edit]

As part of the tenth anniversary of The Fairly Odd Parents, a live action television movie called "A Fairly Odd Movie: Grow Up, Timmy Turner!" aired on July 9, 2011.This special featured the lives of many Fairly OddParents characters thirteen years in the future, and focused around Timmy Turner making a decision to keep his fairies or fall in love with Tootie. Butch Hartman said on Twitter that there will be a sequel to A Fairly Odd Movie: Grow Up, Timmy Turner! in his recent blog. On March 14, 2012, Nickelodeon announced a sequel to the film, entitled A Fairly Odd Christmas. It aired on November 29, 2012.

Title Written by Directed by Original airdate Viewers
(millions)
"A Fairly Odd Movie: Grow Up, Timmy Turner!" Butch Hartman & Scott Fellows Savage Steve Holland July 9, 2011[20] 5.8[5]
"A Fairly Odd Christmas" Butch Hartman & Savage Steve Holland  Savage Steve Holland November 29, 2012 4.4[21]
"A Fairly Odd Summer" Butch Hartman & Steve Weiter  Alex Richard Summer 2014 TBA

References[edit]

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  20. ^ Butch Hartman on Twitter FOP LIVE MOVIE will air in the summer. New episodes will be airing soon! Lots of specials!
  21. ^ Cable ratings, November 30, 2012, zap2it.com.

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