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 20
Broadcast
Original channel Nickelodeon
Original run November 14, 2003 – June 10, 2005
Home video release
DVD release date June 3, 2011 (Amazon)
Season chronology
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List of The Fairly OddParents episodes

The Fairly OddParents fourth season began on November 14, 2003. The Fairly OddParents 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 "Schools Out!: The Musical".

Episodes[edit]

D B Title Original air date Code
41 41 "Shelf Life" September 10, 2004 301

Shelf Life – 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, orders Captain Gantu (from Lilo & Stitch) to steal Cosmo's wand and goes into a few well known books and edits them, forcing Timmy, Cosmo and Wanda to follow him and end his antics before Tom re-writes the laws of physics!

First appearance: Tom Sawyer

Vicky's Head Gag: Book

Note: This episode first premiered on Nickelodeon Australia on February 7, 2003. 
42 42 "Hard Copy / Parent Hoods" November 14, 2003 302

Hard Copy – 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 didn't like the normal size), which causes Dark Laser to become real.
Parent Hoods – 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 just can't wish his parents free because even with magic, 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.

First Appearance Dark Laser, Flipsie

Vicky's Head Gag: Pencil

Note: This episode first premiered on Nickelodeon Australia on February 21, 2003. 
43 43 "The Big Superhero Wish!" February 16, 2004 307

The Big Superhero Wish! – Timmy is tired of the normal everyday routine, and how he never gets any rescuing from his enemies. After a really 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 nemisies 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", really Cosmo and Wanda), so they can keep their powers but the superheroes can't. 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 didn't help him before when he needed help in everyday situations. He learns a lesson about how people don't have to have powers to be heroes. Notes: At the end of this episode the Nega-Chin travels into the real world, and beats up the Crimson Chin comic book writer, for always making him lose in the books. The heroes alter egos are all parodies of actual comic book superheroes in real life. This episode first premiered on Nickelodeon Australia on September 19, 2003. Guest Stars: Patton Oswalt as the Crimson Chin writer

Vicky's Head Gag: Crimson Chin writer 
44 44 "Vicky Loses Her Icky / Pixies Inc." February 20, 2004 305

Vicky Loses Her Icky – Because she is being mean, Timmy wishes that Vicky was nice, but a bad bug that causes her to be mean gets on the loose and starts to target his dad, Principal Waxelplax, and maybe even the President. Cosmo borrowed the President button machine, and when he presses it, he accidentally causes the dwarf planet Pluto to explode.
Pixies Inc. – Timmy, Cosmo, and Wanda find that FairyWorld has been taken over by a bunch of Pixies, and have to save FairyWorld all by themselves. Special Guest: Ben Stein as The Pixies

Note: In this episode, Jorgen makes an allusion to the movie Caddyshack with the quote "I'm alright, nobody worry about me!" This is fitting because of the theme of golf in the episode, and the fact that Caddyshack is a movie about golf. This episode first premiered on Nickelodeon Australia on September 5, 2003.

First Appearance: The Pixies

Vicky's Head Gag: Sanderson the Pixie 
45 45 "Baby Face / Mr. Right!" March 19, 2004 304

Baby Face – Timmy's parents want him to stay at Flappy Bob's Learnatorium while they go to Palm Beach. But 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.
Mr. Right! – Timmy wishes that whatever he said was always right. When he says he doesn't have Fairy Godparents to Crocker, Cosmo and Wanda disappear forever.

Vicky's Head Gag: Baby block

Note: This episode first premiered on Nickelodeon Australia on August 29, 2003. 
46 46 "The Jimmy Timmy Power Hour" May 7, 2004 JT1

This marks the first appearance of a chaotic duel with the Fairly OddParents and Jimmy Neutron. Timmy wishes to go to the greatest lab in the universe for the science project, while Crocker is taking over the Fairy World.First Appearance:2-D Jimmy and 3-D Timmy

Error: When Jimmy first appears in Dimmsdale, AJ's clones taunt him by saying, "We're still gonna kick your butt at the science fair tomorrow." But just then, Timmy's dad enters the room saying that he didn't want to go to school because he didn't finish his science project, implying that the science fair project was indeed due that day, while AJ had said it was tomorrow. 
47 47 "Power Pals / Emotion Commotion!" May 18, 2004 308

Power Pals – 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.
Emotion Commotion! – Timmy wishes he had no emotions after being embarrassed by jumping in a swimming pool and coming out completely naked.

Vicky's Head Gag: Timmy's emotions

Note: This episode first premiered on Nickelodeon Australia on September 26, 2003. 
48 48 "Lights...Camera...Adam! / A Bad Case of Diary-Uh!" June 1, 2004 303

Lights...Camera...Adam! – Timmy makes changes in a to-be-released blockbuster by bringing the actual Crimson Chin to defeat the evil director.
A Bad Case of Diary-Uh! – 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's more trouble with Timmy's new and more evil babysitter. Timmy then tries to reverse this so they can get back together.

Vicky's Head Gag: Adam West

Note: This episode first premiered on Nickelodeon Australia on March 7, 2003. 
49 49 "The Odd Couple / Class Clown" June 14, 2004 306

The Odd Couple – Timmy wishes that Vicky had a boyfriend so she would not bother Timmy as much, but his plan backfires when they both torture him
Class Clown – 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.

Vicky's Head Gag: Man-eating plant.

Note- At the end of "The Odd Couple" Vicky says "Ricky don't lose my number,you don't wanna call nobody else, send it off it a letter to yourself" quoting the Steely Dan song Rikki don't lose that number. This episode first premiered on Nickelodeon Australia on September 12, 2003. 
50 50 "Who's Your Daddy? / Homewrecker" June 18, 2004 310

Who's Your Daddy? – Timmy wants to find a Dad that will go to the Squirrly Scout Camp
HomeWrecker – Timmy gets even with Vicky by wrecking her house.

Vicky's Head Gag: Mr. Turner

Note: This episode first premiered on Nickelodeon Australia on October 10, 2003. 
57-59 Film "Channel Chasers" July 23, 2004 313/314/315

After being found guilty in court 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 "Dictator Week" channel so she can become a world dictator in the future. 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 that 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.

Note: At the end of the TV movie, Timmy's children Tommy and Tammy are shown but it is unknown if their mom is either Trixie or Tootie. This episode first premiered on Nickelodeon Australia on November 21, 2003.

Vicky's Head Gag: Television set 
51 51 "Fairy Friends & Neighbors! / Just the Two of Us!" November 27, 2004 309

Fairy Friends and Neighbors! – Cosmo and Wanda befriend Timmy's parents when Timmy wants more time to himself
Just the Two of Us! – Timmy wishes he and Trixie were the only two people on earth.

Vicky's Head Gag: Vicky is zapped from view (disappeared)

Note: This episode first premiered on Nickelodeon Australia on October 17, 2003. 
52 52 "A New Squid In Town! / Wish Fixers" November 27, 2004 311

A New Squid in Town! – 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.
Wish Fixers – 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.

First Appearance: Princess Mandie

Vicky's Head Gag: Mark Chang (in human form)

Note: This episode first premiered on Nickelodeon Australia on October 3, 2003. 
53 53 "Catman Meets the Crimson Chin / Genie Meanie Minie Mo" January 17, 2005 316

Catman Meets the Crimson Chin – 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.
Genie Meanie Minie Mo – 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.
Trivia:In "Catman Meets the Crimson Chin", there is a reference to Iron Maiden, when the Crimson Chin fights a villain called the "Iron Maiden" who shoots "heavy metal" projectiles. First Appearance: Norm the Genie

Vicky's Head Gag: Norm the Genie

Note: This episode first premiered on Nickelodeon Australia on January 23, 2004. 
60 60 "Nega-Timmy / Love At First Height" February 14, 2005 317

Nega-Timmy – Timmy wishes to do the opposite of what his parents tell him to do. It goes well at first, but when they tell him to be a good boy, he turns evil and tries to destroy Dimmsdale. Guest: Steve Irwin as Bad Parent Hunter.
Love at First Height – Timmy wishes he had the body of a sixteen-year-old to get on a roller coaster ride. Vicky soon falls in love with him, not knowing that it is Timmy. When Vicky asks what his name is, Timmy screams out "Gah!" in surprise. Later, his name is Gah, the Norwegian male supermodel.

Vicky's Head Gag: Nega-Timmy 
54 54 "Truth Or Cosmoquences / Beach Bummed!" February 15, 2005 312

Truth or Cosmoquences – 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.
Beach Bummed! – 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.

Vicky's Head Gag: Sandcastle

Note: This episode first premiered on Nickelodeon Australia on November 7, 2003. 
55-56 Film "School's Out! The Musical" June 10, 2005 318/319

Timmy becomes president of "KidWorld" when the Pixies try to take over the world along with the clown-turned-businessman, Flappy Bob.

Vicky's Head Gag: Saxophone

Note: This episode first premiered on Nickelodeon Australia on June 11, 2004. 

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