The Fairly OddParents (season 5)

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The Fairly OddParents (season 5)
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Country of origin United States
No. of episodes 21
Original network Nickelodeon
Original release February 14, 2005 (2005-02-14) – November 25, 2006 (2006-11-25)
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List of The Fairly OddParents episodes

The 5th season of The Fairly OddParents started on February 14, 2005 (2005-02-14). In this season, the show aired its seventh TV movie, Fairy Idol, and three The Jimmy Timmy Power Hour movies. After "The Jerkinators", The Fairly OddParents and Jimmy Neutron seem to end, but later in 2006, they aired episodes that chronologically come before the season finale. After November 25, 2006, Jimmy Neutron ended its run, and The Fairly OddParents was sent on hiatus for 15 months, between December 2006 and December 2007.

That was the last season to be broadcast on Disney Channel along with Jetix they hold the rights to broadcast all previous episodes in Latin America, except for The Jimmy Timmy Power Hour special, which does broadcast on Nickelodeon, though with different dubbed voices.


No. in
Title Directed by Written by Storyboard by Original air date
54a 1a "Nega-Timmy" Gary Conrad Story by: Dave Thomas (story)
Scott Fellows & Jack Thomas
Dave Thomas and Butch Hartman February 14, 2005 (2005-02-14)
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 attempts to destroy Dimmsdale.
54b 1b "Love at First Height" Ken Bruce Joel Zimmer Maureen Mascarina February 14, 2005 (2005-02-14)
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, and him screaming out "Gah!" in response to seeing her leaves the patrons of the park to conclude he used to be known as Gah, the world's Norwegian male supermodel.
55a 2a "Truth or Cosmoquences" Gary Conrad Jack Thomas Heather Martinez and Shawn Murray February 15, 2005 (2005-02-15)
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.
55b 2b "Beach Bummed!" Sarah Frost Scott Fellows and Jack Thomas Dave Thomas, Tom King,
and Heather Martinez
February 15, 2005 (2005-02-15)
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.
56a 3a "You Doo!" Gary Conrad Scott Fellows and Jack Thomas Heather Martinez February 16, 2005 (2005-02-16)
Timmy wishes for magical "youdoo" (voodoo) dolls to control his enemies, friends, and family, but he runs into really big problems when Tootie finds a You Doo doll of him that Cosmo erroneously left lying around. Things get worse when Francis takes it away unlawfully from Tootie without asking her permission, but Timmy manages to recover the limbs of the dolls of his fairies, put them back together and wish him and everyone back to normal.
56b 3b "Just Desserts!" Sarah Frost Scott Fellows Tom King February 16, 2005 (2005-02-16)
Timmy, unhappy that he has to eat healthy foods all the time, wishes that everyone ate nothing but dessert. This leads to rushes in energy at first, but its side effect soon kicks in: everyone becomes unusually overweight, which Timmy sees as a partly good thing (no one is made fun of for being fat/Francis tries to pick on fit kids (Mark), making him too fat to even move), but this leads to causing the Earth to fall and almost crash into the sun. Timmy saves the day by feeding spinach—recovered from Mark's ship—to his fairies so they can undo the wish.
57a 4a "Back to the Norm" Gary Conrad Jack Thomas Dave Thomas February 17, 2005 (2005-02-17)
Crocker and Norm try to get revenge on Timmy, but Crocker's refusal to make an effective wish causes Norm to become frustrated.
57b 4b "Teeth for Two" Ken Bruce Cynthia True Maureen Mascarina February 17, 2005 (2005-02-17)
Jorgen has to stay with Cosmo and Wanda after the Tooth Fairy thinks he was doing her job (he was actually attempting to remove Timmy's teeth—allegedly the 'dental equivalent of the Hope Diamond'—to use as an engagement ring for her).
58a 5a "The Masked Magician" Butch Hartman Scott Fellows Dave Thomas February 18, 2005 (2005-02-18)
Timmy wishes to become a magician in order to drive back a group of citizens to watch his parents' magic show instead of the Dinklebergs' show, who have brought pop singer Britney Britney with them. Mr. Bickles, angry and jealous of Timmy, becomes his arch-enemy.
58b 5b "The Big Bash" Ken Bruce and Juli Hashiguchi Cynthia True Maureen Mascarina and Shawn Murray February 18, 2005 (2005-02-18)
Timmy battles Remy Buxaplenty in a scavenger hunt, which was actually Cupid's grocery shopping.
59a 6a "Blondas Have More Fun!" Gary Conrad Scott Fellows Mike Manley April 2, 2005 (2005-04-02)
Wanda switches lives with her sister Blonda, a soap opera actress, but she soon learns that Blonda's life is equally as hard as hers.
59b 6b "Five Days of F.L.A.R.G." Ken Bruce Scott Fellows Maureen Mascarina April 2, 2005 (2005-04-02)
Timmy helps Mark Chang celebrate a Yugopotamian holiday in Dimmsdale, but then finds out that each day of F.L.A.R.G has their own strange meaning that will happen to anyone who celebrates it. Timmy has to handle celebrating F.L.A.R.G with Mark, because if the alien's holiday is interrupted, his appendix will blow up and the planet will be destroyed.
60a 7a "Go Young, West Man!" Sarah Frost Jack Thomas Aaron Rozenfeld and Butch Hartman May 9, 2005 (2005-05-09)
Timmy helps Adam West become a child so then he can have a chance at the childhood he did not have in the past. However, he convinces Timmy to skip school and go out for ice cream instead, which causes Principal Waxelplax to order truant officer Shallowgrave to follow him.
60b 7b "Birthday Wish!" Ken Bruce Cynthia True Brandon Kruse and Shawn Murray May 9, 2005 (2005-05-09)
Feeling guilty about being unable to show up at Tootie's birthday party, Timmy loans his fairy godparents to Tootie for the rest of her birthday, but has to subsequently stall her before she reveals the truth.
61a 8a "Timmy's 2-D House of Horror" Gary Conrad Cynthia True Heather Martinez May 10, 2005 (2005-05-10)
After Timmy and his godparents watch a 3D movie called "The Haunted Volcano" with their 3D-glasses on, he wishes the volcano was real, but it destroys Vicky's house and she and her family must move into his house. Timmy is not happy with the idea, so he uses a wish to make the 3D-glasses that they were wearing cause everything they see to be scary. Eventually, Vicky and her family leave Timmy's house in terror.
61b 8b "It's a Wishful Life" Sarah Frost Jack Thomas Tom King May 10, 2005 (2005-05-10)
Timmy feels that he is not appreciated, so he wishes that he was never born, thinking that everyone will be miserable without him. Unfortunately for him, everyone has a better life without him: his parents are rich and have a talented daughter, his best friend, AJ, has a full head of hair and is in college, Crocker is no longer obsessed with finding fairies and is now a much-loved college professor, Vicky is an anesthesiologist for Dr. Bender the dentist and Chester has Cosmo and Wanda as his Fairy Godparents. To make matters worse, Jorgen is threatening to send Timmy to a world where children have improved the world by wishing themselves away. Timmy now has to set things right and wish he was born again.
62a 9a "Escape from Unwish
Ken Bruce Scott Fellows Shawn Murray May 11, 2005 (2005-05-11)
Imaginary Gary and Timmy's Unwishes return to get Timmy's parents, Timmy's friends and Timmy's back-up friends. Timmy, Cosmo and Wanda go to the rescue Timmy's parents and friends from Imaginary Gary.
62b 9b "The Gland Plan" Sarah Frost Jack Thomas Aaron Rozenfeld May 11, 2005 (2005-05-11)
Cosmo's magic gland is not working properly, and he must get a donation from Anti-Cosmo before it shuts down.
63a 10a "Hassle in the Castle" Gary Conrad Jack Thomas Heather Martinez May 12, 2005 (2005-05-12)
Timmy snoops inside his fairies fishbowl castle, but causes trouble after accidentally wishing back three past godchildren in the Hall of Infamy.
63b 10b "Remy Rides Again" Sarah Frost Jack Thomas Tom King May 12, 2005 (2005-05-12)
Remy Buxaplenty returns to get revenge on Timmy.
64a 11a "Talkin' Trash" Sarah Frost Jack Thomas Tom King and Maureen Mascarina May 13, 2005 (2005-05-13)
Wanda's father—Big Daddy—and Timmy must clean up magical garbage in Timmy's house.
64b 11b "Timmy TV" Ken Bruce Cynthia True Shawn Murray May 13, 2005 (2005-05-13)
Timmy finds out that he is a has-been TV star on a hidden camera show in FairyWorld, but his fame starts to change his life.
65 12 "School's Out!: The Musical" Butch Hartman Steve Marmel and Butch Hartman Dave Thomas, Tom King, Heather
Martinez, Maureen Mascarina,
Shawn Murray, and Aaron Rozenfeld
June 10, 2005 (2005-06-10)
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.
66a 13a "Mooooving Day" Gary Conrad Gene Grillo
Story by: Jack Thomas (story)
Dave Thomas October 3, 2005 (2005-10-03)
While Timmy is getting ready for a belching contest, he notices that his mother is having no luck with her job in real-estate. Timmy wishes that his mother could sell houses, and soon enough, she has sold everyone's houses, including the Turners' themselves, moving them into luxurious Dimmadome Acres. Everything seems well until Timmy notices that everyone who has been drinking the milk, which is everyone but him due to his practicing for the belching contest by drinking strictly soda, has suddenly been put into a trance-like state. In fact, Cosmo and Wanda are affected as well, and Timmy must find a way to get everybody back to normal.
66b 13b "Big Wanda" Ken Bruce Jack Thomas Butch Hartman October 3, 2005 (2005-10-03)

Someone has kidnapped Big Daddy, leaving Wanda to run the family business. Her first task is a mafia makeover, complete with pink trash removal uniforms, pink garbage trucks, and doilies on all of the Fairy World trash cans. Meanwhile, Timmy and Cosmo search frantically for Big Daddy.

Guest star: Tony Sirico as Big Daddy
67a 14a "Oh, Brother!" Gary Conrad Kevin Sullivan
Story by: Kevin Sullivan and Deirdre Brenner (story)
Steve Daye October 4, 2005 (2005-10-04)

Tired of having nobody to protect him from Francis and give him rides to school, Timmy wishes for an older brother, thus creating Tommy Turner, an eighteen-year-old brother who is perfect. It turns out, however, that he is a bit too perfect. To turn Timmy into a model citizen like he, Tommy suggests to their parents that Timmy be shipped off to Tibecuador to perform charity work. When Timmy finds out he is unable to wish Tommy away because of Tootie falling in love with his nicer, hunkier brother, Timmy must win her heart back.

Guest star: Jason Bateman as Tommy Turner
67b 14b "What's the Difference?" Ken Bruce Jack Thomas Maureen Mascarina October 4, 2005 (2005-10-04)
Mark seeks Timmy's help after his fake-i-fier malfunctions and his evil fiancée Princess Mandie tracks him down to Dimmsdale Elementary School. To hide Mark, Timmy wishes the school into a puzzle book, which causes Cosmo and Wanda to lose their wands in the puzzle. As Mandie will turn Dimmsdale into a crater if she does not find Mark, Timmy must find the wands and wish everything back to normal.
68a 15a "Smart Attack!" Ken Bruce Greg Fideler Dave Thomas October 5, 2005 (2005-10-05)
Dad attempts helping Timmy with his homework, but he keeps doing more harm than good. In oder to fix this problem, Timmy wishes that his father was the smartest dad in the town. However, Timmy's father is much too smart; he pays a lot more attention to detail, such as Timmy's talking goldfish. Timmy, despite going through trouble doing so, manages to stop his father from dissecting Cosmo and Wanda in front of the scientific community.
68b 15b "Operation F.U.N." Gary Conrad Cynthia True Dave Cunningham October 5, 2005 (2005-10-05)
After a fun filled spring break, Timmy and his friends, Chester and A.J., are disappointed that they have to return to school, especially since Mr. Crocker invented a way to write F's with their tears. After Remy Buxaplenty visits and tells them about F.U.N. Academy, a school with "no parents, no alarm clocks, fun games and unbelievable food", Timmy wishes for scholarships for him and his friends. Unfortunately, Timmy learns no sooner than his parents drop him off that he has been tricked by Remy yet again, and F.U.N. Academy really stands for "For Unruly N'er-do-wells", a military school for troublemakers. Remy had been sent their by his parents, but is able to coast through his stay due to bribery. Timmy and his friends are not as lucky, especially since Timmy's drill sergeant is Shallowgrave, the former truancy officer that lost his job because of a certain "pink-hatted punk;" Timmy, actually. Timmy and his friends must now find a way out of this place, and Timmy cannot use his fairies to help because of the strict "no pets" policy.
69a 16a "Something's Fishy!" Gary Conrad Steve Marmel and Jack Thomas Brandon Kruse October 6, 2005 (2005-10-06)
Timmy, bored at the beach, sets off with Cosmo and Wanda to explore the deep. Everywhere they go, Cosmo seems to be hated by every single fish. Soon, they end up in the lost city of Atlantis where Cosmo is taken captive when it is revealed that he had sunk the city 9 times. Timmy appeals to Atlantis' leader, King Greg – if he can show good cause why Atlanteans should be happy beneath the sea, Cosmo will be set free. Timmy manages to free Cosmo at the end.
69b 16b "Presto Change-O" Ken Bruce Kevin Sullivan
Story by: Deirdre Brenner and Kevin Sullivan (story)
Maureen Mascarina October 6, 2005 (2005-10-06)
Timmy wishes for a joy-buzzer that allows him to swap bodies with whoever he touches. Wanda is hesitant to grant the wish at first, since Timmy wants to use it to swap bodies with A.J. and cheat on a test, but she has to grant the wish anyways when Cosmo rushes her to Fairy World to help take care of Mama Cosma, who catches the nine-hour flu. This means that Timmy is without his fairies for nine hours, and when he accidentally switches his body with Mr. Crocker's, he must get his body back before Crocker tricks his fairies into revealing themselves to him. At the end, Cosmo and Wanda return just in time to return Timmy back to his body.
70a 17a "The Good Old Days!" Gary Conrad Dave Thomas
Story by: Dave Thomas and Steve Marmel (story)
Dave Thomas October 7, 2005 (2005-10-07)
After watching an old cartoon, Timmy wishes himself and his grandpa, Pappy, inside a 1930s cartoon. Unfortunately, Cosmo and Wanda cannot wish them out because their wands bounced away from them and soon, Vicky comes at the place Pappy and Timmy are. Timmy must figure out what to do when Vicky ties Pappy to a log and tries to cut him in half.
70b 17b "Future Lost" Ken Bruce Jack Thomas Dave Cunningham and Butch Hartman October 7, 2005 (2005-10-07)
Timmy wishes Dimmsdale would go futuristic, and then must prevent a robot from conquering Earth. Timmy saves the day by using a slush drink on the robot's brain, causing brain freeze.
71 18 "The Jimmy Timmy Power Hour 2: When Nerds Collide!" Keith Alcorn, Mike Gasaway, and Butch Hartman Gene Grillo and Steve Marmel
Gene Grillo, Steve Marmel, Jed Spingarn, and Jack Thomas (story)
Jason Dorf, Rod Douglas, Dan Nosella,
Maureen Mascarina, Steve Daye & Butch Hartman
January 16, 2006 (2006-01-16)
Timmy and Jimmy's second crossover adventure has him and Jimmy fight with each other to see who gets to take Cindy to a Friday the Thirteenth dance while battling Anti-Cosmo and Prof. Finbar Calamitous.
72 19 "Fairy Idol" Ken Bruce and Gary Conrad Butch Hartman and Steve Marmel
Story by: Steve Marmel, Dave Thomas, and Kevin Sullivan (story)
Steve Daye, Maureen Mascarina,
Dave Thomas, and Butch Hartman
May 19, 2006 (2006-05-19)
Norm causes Cosmo and Wanda to quit, then Fairy Idol is held to determine their replacement. Timmy now must attempt to make sure Norm cannot win his freedom from being a genie.
73 20 "The Jimmy Timmy Power Hour 3: The Jerkinators!" Keith Alcorn, Mike Gasaway, and Butch Hartman Steve Marmel and Jed Spingarn Jason Dorf, Rod Douglas, Dan Nosella, Dave Cunningham,
Steve Daye, Maureen Mascarina, Dave Thomas & Butch Hartman
July 21, 2006 (2006-07-21)
Timmy and Jimmy created their own villain to fight to kill their boredom, but then things go wrong when the villain takes all the citizens of Dimmsdale and Retroville to a new 2.5D world, and strips Jimmy of his brains and Cosmo and Wanda of their magic.
74a 21a "Timmy the Barbarian!" Ken Bruce Story by: Dave Thomas (story)
Jack Thomas and Steve Marmel
Dave Thomas November 25, 2006 (2006-11-25)
Jorgen reads Binky a bedtime story that unwillingly involves Timmy, Cosmo, and Wanda.
74b 21b "No Substitute for Crazy!" Gary Conrad Kevin Sullivan Dave Cunningham and Butch Hartman November 25, 2006 (2006-11-25)
When Mr. Crocker falls off the classroom, Timmy wishes he had a new permanent teacher named Mrs. Sunshine, but she turns out to be an evil fairy-hunter as Mrs. Doombringer. Timmy must protect his fairies from the evil teacher and get Mr. Crocker back.

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