A Fairly Odd Summer

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A Fairly Odd Summer
Genre Comedy
Based on The Fairly OddParents 
by Butch Hartman
Written by Butch Hartman
Directed by Savage Steve Holland
Starring Drake Bell
Daniella Monet
Tara Strong
Daran Norris
Devon Weigel
David Lewis
Mark Gibbon
Devon Weigel
Teryl Rothery
Scott Baio
Theme music composer Guy Moon
Country of origin United States
Original language(s) English
Producer(s) Amy Sydorick
Butch Hartman (executive)
Scott McAboy (executive)
Michael Sammaciccia (executive)
Editor(s) Anita Brandt-Burgoyne
Damon Fecht
Cinematography Tom Harting
Running time 66 minutes
Production company(s) Billionfold.inc
Frederator Studios
Pacific Bay Entertainment
Distributor Paramount Home Entertainment
Original network Nickelodeon
Original release
  • August 2, 2014 (2014-08-02)

A Fairly Odd Summer (also known as A Fairly Odd Movie 3 or A Fairly Odd Paradise) is a 2014 television film and is the third live action film based on the animated series The Fairly Odd Parents as well as the third installment in the live action film series. It is a sequel to A Fairly Odd Movie: Grow Up, Timmy Turner! and A Fairly Odd Christmas, and was released on August 2, 2014.

The film was released on DVD October 28, 2014.[1] The television film will be released on Blu-ray on December 15, 2015.[2]


The film starts in a sequence with Timmy Turner (Drake Bell) running through a jungle from masked natives, as he attempts to find Cosmo, Wanda and Poof. Timmy finds that Crocker has tied the three fairies up and is suspending them over a pit of lava. Tootie (Daniella Monet) arrives to save the fairies. Just as Timmy and Tootie are about to share a kiss, Timmy awakens to Jorgen's yelling, and the rescue scene is revealed to have been a daydream. Timmy is now working at a yuck factory due to Jorgen and the fairies agreeing that he should work for a living, which Timmy is not happy about. He says he only took the job to impress Tootie, who is working at the Helping Creatures Dimmsdale Research Center. Timmy then complains about being grown up and that he misses Dimmsdale. We then see Crocker at Dimmsdale calling his mother, who is making him go on vacation in the hope that it will help him with his obsession with fairies. Two children named Marty and Mitzy are seen in a limo excited about going to Hawaii; however, the parents then announce that they are not going with them and have instead hired a babysitter, who is revealed to be Vicky, much to their chagrin. Just as Timmy, Cosmo, Wanda and Poof stop by at Dimmsdale spying on them from a stack of tires their nemesis anti-fairy Foop spies on them and seeks to destroy them. Timmy then arrives at the Helping Creatures Dimmsdale Research Center to visit Tootie, who looks at rare spotted dolphins who are suffering a disease whose cure is conveniently located in Hawaii. Tootie is then chosen to go to their to deliver a special gas to cure the dolphins, much to Timmy's disappointment. Timmy then arrives at the Turners' house to visit his parents when Mr. Turner announces he is getting a promotion from a pencil company he works for, and is also going to Hawaii. Back in Fairy World Timmy is ready for another boring day at work; Jorgen announces he is going to Hawaii as well, and Timmy becomes depressed that everyone will be having fun except him. Sitting down to eat the lunch his father packed for him, he finds that his father accidentally packed the check from his boss. He then uses his lip balm, only to find Tootie's gas for the dolphins by mistake. So Timmy, along with Cosmo, Wanda, Poof, and secretly Foop (hanging on to the back of the Wishful Thinking van) travel to Hawaii to deliver Tootie her dolphin gas supplement and to bring Timmy's dad his check.


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The movie received 2.8 million views on the week of its premiere.


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