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I am going to remove the Pop Culture References. The show makes dozens of them per episode, and i doubt that you could say an obscure reference to Mace Windu can be considered the most important. It seems that someone got started on the section and forgot about it.
sorry, i messed this up the first time i put it down.—Preceding unsigned comment added by Ikip (talk • contribs) 17:15, 19 December 2008
>The animated series focused on 10-year-old Timmy’s refusal to grow up, so he could keep his fairy godparents. In the movie, an older Timmy is still in the fifth grade and living at home, but all that changes when he begins to have feelings for Tootie (Victorious’ Daniella Monet), a nerdy girl who has grown into a beautiful woman and returned to town.