The Fairly OddParents (season 4)

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The Fairly OddParents season 4
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Country of origin United States
No. of episodes 19
Release
Original channel Nickelodeon
Original release November 14, 2003 – June 10, 2005
Season chronology
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List of The Fairly OddParents episodes

The Fairly OddParents fourth season began on November 14, 2003. The second movie, "Channel Chasers" aired in the summer of 2004, and for the 4th time, 2 Nicktoons make crossovers in The Jimmy Timmy Power Hour. The season officially ended with "School's Out!: The Musical".

Episodes[edit]


No. in
series
No. in
season
Title Directed by Written by Original air date U.S. viewers
(in millions)
40a 1a "Miss Dimmsdale" Sarah Frost Scott Fellows November 7, 2003 (2003-11-07)
N/A
Vicky chooses to cheat her way into winning the Miss Dimmsdale pageant, and Timmy is going to stop her with the help of Catman (Adam West). They decide to become judges to make up a law against Vicky winning. At the end, Timmy's Dad wins the pageant, disguising as a woman.
40b 1b "Mind Over Magic" Gary Conrad Jack Thomas November 7, 2003 (2003-11-07)
N/A
Timmy, tired of Mr. Crocker's constant pop quizzes (in which he asks a question that no one can answer, or does not give enough time for people to answer), which everyone fails, wishes that he had mind reading powers. He uses this to pass Crocker's pop quizzes and mess with his friends' heads. Unfortunately, Crocker figures his wish out, and uses an anti-mind reading helmet (which causes someone trying to read the mind of the wearer to read their own mind instead) as part of a new plot to capture his fairies.
41 2 "Shelf Life" Wincat Alcala and Butch Hartman Butch Hartman, Steve Marmel, and Jack Thomas September 10, 2004 (2004-09-10)
N/A
Timmy has to complete a book report during summer vacation, but the first day of Dimmsdale Elementary School is nearing, so Timmy wishes that Tom Sawyer would come out of his book and help him write his book report. Tom, being the lazy swindling type, steals Cosmo's wand and goes into a few well known books and edits them, forcing Timmy, Cosmo and Wanda to follow him. They now must end his antics before Tom rewrites the laws of physics.
42a 3a "Hard Copy" Sarah Frost Scott Fellows November 14, 2003 (2003-11-14)
N/A
While Cosmo and Wanda have to go to the doctor, Wanda grants Timmy a magic copier machine, with the ability to grant him whatever he wants. Problems arise when Timmy makes an action figure of Dark Laser (Parody of Darth Vader from Star Wars) and presses the life-size button (because he disliked the normal size), which causes Dark Laser to become real.
42b 3b "Parent Hoods" Gary Conrad and Ken Bruce Butch Hartman, Steve Marmel, and Jack Thomas November 14, 2003 (2003-11-14)
N/A
While the Turners are on their way to Canada, a look-alike duo of bandits called the Turnbaums switch places with Timmy's parents in order to avoid getting punished, and Timmy is simply unable to wish his parents free, because even if magic is used, it could take years to get them out of jail under the US Legal System. It is up to Timmy to get the bandits captured and his parents freed.
43a 4a "Lights...Camera...Adam!" Sarah Frost and Gary Conrad Jack Thomas, Scott Fellows, Steve Marmel, and Butch Hartman June 1, 2004 (2004-06-01)
N/A
Timmy makes changes in a to-be-released blockbuster by bringing the actual Crimson Chin to defeat the evil director.
43b 4b "A Bad Case of Diary-Uh!" Sarah Frost and Gary Conrad Karin Gutman June 1, 2004 (2004-06-01)
N/A
Timmy is sick and tired of Vicky being mean to him, so he gets revenge by reading her diary and makes Vicky reveal all of her dark secrets in front of a boy she likes, causing him to go out with another girl. Vicky becomes miserable and there is more trouble with Timmy's new and more evil babysitter. Timmy then tries to reverse this so they can get back together.
44a 5a "Baby Face" Ken Bruce Scott Fellows March 19, 2004 (2004-03-19)
N/A
Timmy's parents want him to stay at Flappy Bob's Learnatorium while they go to Palm Beach. However, to get away from the bullies at the day care center, Timmy wishes that he was a baby, but he soon realizes he is unable to unwish the wish.
44b 5b "Mr. Right!" Gary Conrad Jack Thomas March 19, 2004 (2004-03-19)
N/A
Timmy wishes that whatever he said was always right, but when he says he does not have Fairy Godparents to Crocker, Cosmo and Wanda disappear forever.
45a 6a "Vicky Loses Her Icky" Sarah Frost Andrew Nicholls and Darrell Vickers February 20, 2004 (2004-02-20)
N/A
Because she is being mean, Timmy wishes that Vicky was nice, but a malicious spider-like bug that causes her to be mean gets on the loose and starts to target his dad, Principal Waxelplax, and almost the President. Timmy manages to get the bug back in Vicky's body, but Cosmo reveals he borrowed the President button machine, and when he presses it, he accidentally causes the dwarf planet Pluto to explode.
45b 6b "Pixies Inc." Gary Conrad Jack Thomas February 20, 2004 (2004-02-20)
N/A
Timmy, Cosmo, and Wanda find that FairyWorld has been taken over by a bunch of Pixies, and have to save FairyWorld by themselves.
46a 7a "The Odd Couple" Gary Conrad Cynthia True June 14, 2004 (2004-06-14)
N/A
Timmy wishes that Vicky had a boyfriend so she would not bother Timmy as much, but his plan backfires when they both torture him.
46b 7b "Class Clown" Ken Bruce Andrew Nicholls and Darrell Vickers June 14, 2004 (2004-06-14)
N/A
Timmy wishes he was the funniest man on Earth, but when Trixie is in trouble, he can not unwish the wish because there is nobody to take him seriously.
47 8 "The Big Superhero Wish!" Gary Conrad and Sarah Frost Butch Hartman and Steve Marmel February 16, 2004 (2004-02-16)
N/A
Timmy is tired of the normal everyday routine, and how he never gets any rescuing from his enemies. After a very bad day, he wishes that the world was like a comic book. As a result, everybody has a superpower, thus turning the good and Timmy into superheroes and the bad including his nemesises, into supervillains. These supervillains, including Bull-E (Francis), The Babyshredder (Vicky), and Dr. Crocktopus (Mr. Crocker), are then recruited by the Nega-Chin (who was unleashed with the wish) to attempt to wreak havoc. Timmy then tries to unwish his wish, only to find that his wish has been apparently manipulated by the villains (who sense some kind of magic in his "Superhounds", Cosmo and Wanda in reality), so while they can keep their powers, the superheroes cannott. They then take these "Superhounds" away, leaving Timmy and his friends, including the Crimson Chin, to plan what to do next. They end up infiltrating the evil lair with the help of some "everyday heroes", including a firefighter, a janitor, and a milkman who did not help him before when he needed help in everyday situations. He learns a lesson about how people do not have to have powers to be heroes.
48a 9a "Power Pals" Sarah Frost Scott Fellows May 18, 2004 (2004-05-18)
N/A
Fed up with Timmy constantly taking advantage of them and treating them like slaves, Chester, A.J., Sanjay, and Elmer break off their friendship with him and form the "Anti-Timmy Force Four". In retaliation, Timmy wishes for new superhero friends to make them jealous. However, when his new Power Pals begin to take advantage of and mistreat him in the same way, Timmy has realized his mistake, especially when they mistake his old friends for supervillains and plan to kill them.
48b 9b "Emotion Commotion!" Ken Bruce Jack Thomas May 18, 2004 (2004-05-18)
N/A
Timmy wishes he had no emotions after being embarrassed by Vicky forcing him to jump in a swimming pool and come out completely naked. He then must take a series of supposedly embarrassing risks.
49a 10a "Fairy Friends & Neighbors!" Sarah Frost Dave Thomas (story)
Scott Fellows and Jack Thomas
November 27, 2004 (2004-11-27)
N/A
Cosmo and Wanda befriend Timmy's parents when Timmy wants more time to himself, but he soon finds himself in trouble with Vicky torturing him.
49b 10b "Just the Two of Us!" Ken Bruce Jack Thomas, Scott Fellows, and Jim Hecht November 27, 2004 (2004-11-27)
N/A
Timmy wishes he and Trixie were the only two people on earth, but soon Trixie goes overboard.
50a 11a "Who's Your Daddy?" Gary Conrad Andrew Nicholls and Darrell Vickers
Bob Boyle and Lewis Foulke (story)
June 18, 2004 (2004-06-18)
N/A
Timmy wants to find a Dad that will go to the Squirrly Scout Camp, because his own Dad is unavailable.
50b 11b "Homewrecker" Ken Bruce Cynthia True June 18, 2004 (2004-06-18)
N/A
Timmy gets even with Vicky by wrecking her house.
51a 12a "A New Squid in Town!" Ken Bruce Steve Marmel and Butch Hartman November 27, 2004 (2004-11-27)
N/A
Mark Chang uses his image fakifier to look like a human and hides in Dimmsdale from Mandie, a homicidal alien princess girl whom his parents want him to marry.
51b 12b "Wish Fixers" Sarah Frost Scott Fellows November 27, 2004 (2004-11-27)
N/A
The Pixies' CEO, H.P., starts a new business which is also a scheme to get rid of Cosmo and Wanda once and for all.
52a 13a "Truth or Consequences" Gary Conrad Jack Thomas February 15, 2005 (2005-02-15)
N/A
Cosmo tries to impress his classmates at a high school reunion by telling them that he is a self-billionaire. Meanwhile, Timmy is involved in a subplot in which he drinks too much lemonade, and needs to go to the bathroom, but at the reunion, the bathrooms can only be poofed to; therefore, Timmy cannot use the bathroom.
52b 13b "Beach Bummed!" Sarah Frost Scott Fellows and Jack Thomas February 15, 2005 (2005-02-15)
N/A
Timmy wishes he was the strongest man on the beach, but he becomes increasingly larger and stronger whenever a stronger creature steps on the beach.
53–55 14–16 "Channel Chasers" Butch Hartman Steve Marmel and Butch Hartman July 23, 2004 (2004-07-23)
N/A
After being found guilty for ruining both his parents' jobs by using elements from a violent television show called "Maho Mushi" and punished with no more television, Timmy is fed up tolerating his torturing babysitter Vicky. He wishes up for a magical remote that allows him to enter inside television shows; however, the remote falls into Vicky's hands. With the remote, Vicky plans to enter the biographical channel which is featuring "Dictator Week" so she can become a world dictator. Timmy wishes up for another magical remote, and enters inside television in order to stop Vicky's plans. Meanwhile, Timmy's parents Mr. and Mrs. Turner, who dismiss their son's concerns of Vicky every time, refuse to believe that Vicky is most certainly an evil babysitter, until a fateful day when they receive information proving otherwise from Vicky's younger sister, Tootie (e.g. them being made of felt and Vicky saying "This episode was brought to you by the letter V.", for when they parody Sesame Street).
56a 17a "Catman Meets the Crimson Chin" Ken Bruce Scott Fellows January 17, 2005 (2005-01-17)
N/A
When Adam West as Catman is unaccepted as a superhero, Timmy wishes him into the world of the Crimson Chin. Unfortunately, after the Chin's long vacation, Catman manages to overthrow the Chin, forcing Timmy to reverse the situation and make Catman and the Chin allies.
56b 17b "Genie Meanie Minie Mo" Gary Conrad Jack Thomas January 17, 2005 (2005-01-17)
N/A
Timmy discovers a magic lamp revealing Norm the Genie. Since Norm offers to grant him three rule-free wishes, Timmy accepts, but getting what he wants might be harder than he expected.
57–58 18–19 "School's Out!: The Musical" Butch Hartman Steve Marmel and Butch Hartman June 10, 2005 (2005-06-10)
N/A
Summer has just begun, and all of the kids and their fairies are excited over the amount of time off they're receiving. Unfortunately, their fun is short-lived due to the Pixies and the clown-turned businessman, Flappy Bob (who originally offered to keep the kids at his day care until school begins), attempt to take over the world. Timmy then becomes president of "KidWorld" and must figure out a way to stop them, or his vacation (along with that of everybody else in the world) will be ruined.

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