The Fairly OddParents (season 3)

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The Fairly OddParents (season 3)
FOP Season 3.jpg
Country of origin United States
No. of episodes 17
Original network Nickelodeon
Original release January 20 – November 21, 2003
Season chronology
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List of The Fairly OddParents episodes

The Fairly OddParents' third season began on January 20, 2003. The Fairly OddParents first movie, "Abra-Catastrophe!" aired in the summer of 2003.


No. in
Title Directed by Written by Storyboard by Original air date
23 1 "Information Stupor Highway" Sarah Frost, John Fountain,
and Butch Hartman
Butch Hartman and Steve Marmel Butch Hartman, Jim Schumann, Chris Robertson,
and John Fountain
January 20, 2003 (2003-01-20)
Timmy hopes to ask Trixie Tang to the school dance, deciding to do so via e-mail, but when his parents add their own "threat-mantic" additions to his letter (and send it), Timmy wishes to venture through cyberspace to retrieve the e-mail back before it reaches Trixie's computer. While exploring the Internet, Timmy winds up in Mr. Crocker's computer, who suspects that the pink-hatted virus may be the work of Timmy's fairy godparents, and thus sends a virus of his own to use Timmy's computer as a way to spy on Cosmo and Wanda.
24a 2a "Odd Jobs" Gary Conrad Scott Fellows Dave Thomas and Chris Robertson January 27, 2003 (2003-01-27)
Cosmo and Wanda create a magical website that gives Dad new jobs, but Timmy soon realizes that popularity is not necessary to be loved.
24b 2b "Movie Magic" Wincat Alcala and Butch Hartman Scott Fellows and Jack Thomas Ian Graham January 27, 2003 (2003-01-27)
Timmy attempts to create the perfect movie in order to win the Dimmy award and impress Trixie. Although he does win the award, it does not actually win his interest's heart.
25 3 "Love Struck!" Sarah Frost, Gary Conrad,
and Butch Hartman
Scott Fellows, Steve Marmel, and Butch Hartman Dave Thomas, Chris Robertson, Heather Martinez,
Shawn Murray and Butch Hartman
February 14, 2003 (2003-02-14)
Having been rejected by Trixie on Valentine's Day, Timmy wishes that the population be divided by gender, thus Dimmsdale (and, to a greater extent, the world) splits into Hersdale (Female's world) and Himsdale (Male's World) by a wall. Unfortunately, because no love is spreading, Cupid is nearing his death. Timmy is the only one who knows what is missing, and cries because nothing fills the void. Timmy destroys the wall, causing the genders to come in contact with each other, but instead of falling in love like Timmy planned, they go to war against each other. Timmy falls in love with Tootie, instead of Trixie, at the end of the episode.
26a 4a "Most Wanted Wish" Gary Conrad Scott Fellows Dave Thomas May 2, 2003 (2003-05-02)
Timmy wishes that he was the most wanted child in the world, resulting in all of Dimmsdale's residents — including Trixie — wanting him. In fact, he is even wanted by the FBI in the sense that he is a criminal. Every single fairy in the universe wants to be his godparent, forcing Cosmo and Wanda to go up against every fairy in existence in a Texas cage-match to become Timmy's Godparents.
26b 4b "This is Your Wish" Sarah Frost Butch Hartman, Steve Marmel,
Scott Fellows, and Jack Thomas
Heather Martinez and Shawn Murray May 2, 2003 (2003-05-02)
Mama Cosma forces Cosmo on to a reality TV show in which the audience decides if he should stay with Wanda and truly want him to stay, succeed.
27a 5a "The Crimson Chin Meets Mighty Mom & Dyno Dad!" Ken Bruce and Butch Hartman Butch Hartman and Steve Marmel Heather Martinez and Shawn Murray May 9, 2003 (2003-05-09)
Timmy accidentally wishes the Nega Chin (the Crimson Chin's ultimate enemy) out of the comic book, but still thinks he is the Crimson Chin. He hides him in his treehouse, and has Cosmo and Wanda grant his wishes. Timmy realizes who he is and what the wishes were (all his villain friends out of the comic book; Cosmo and Wanda's magic cannot affect him; he cannot be wished back into the book; and that Timmy cannot wish his room clean as his parents need him to). Now, Timmy must give his parents their super hero powers back to stop them, and has the Crimson Chin help as well.
27b 5b "Engine Blocked" Wincat Alcala and Butch Hartman Jack Thomas Ian Graham and Butch Hartman May 9, 2003 (2003-05-09)
Timmy wants to play catch with his dad, but they have to get their chores done. Afterwards, Timmy and his Dad go buy a toy Mr. Turner has always wanted since childhood: The Stryker Z a rare limited addition car that was on TV. It turns out that Vicky has the actual car, which Mr. Turner asks Vicky to sell to him, even though it was not hers, but Vicky only agrees because they offer her $100. However, when Mr. Turner drives away, Doug Dimmadome approaches and asks Vicky to sell the car to him. At first, she says she already sold it, but after offering her $10,000, Vicky plots to steal the car back. Timmy becomes upset, because after the Stryker Z is fixed, Mr. Turner spends more time with the car instead of Timmy. After refusing to let Timmy ride in the car or let him come to the Dimmsdale Only-if-you're-old-enough-to-Drive-in-Auto Show, Timmy wishes himself to be merged with the car. He does, but at the Auto Show, Vicky comes and steals the Stryker Z back. Mr. Turner notices and gives chase with being chewed up in a Engine Wheel, and he is knocked into a sign. Mr. Turner borrows a scooter and gives chase on Vicky. The scooter runs out of power so Mr. Turner uses it as a Skateboard. When he catches up at Doug Dimmadome's estate, he thinks Timmy was in the trunk of the Stryker Z and Timmy wishes himself to be in the trunk. He is found and is scolded by his dad, but is forgiven. Vicky buys the car back from Mr. Turner, but the Stryker Z rolls off the cliff, is destroyed and turned into a cube. Disappointed, Doug Dimmadome says the deal was done, much to Vicky's dismay.
28a 6a "Sleepover and Over" Ken Bruce and Butch Hartman Scott Fellows, Steve Marmel, and Jack Thomas Heather Martinez and Shawn Murray May 17, 2003 (2003-05-17)
When Timmy, Chester, and A.J. are meant to have a sleepover together, arguments split the three friends apart. Now, Timmy has to go to both sleepovers at the same time.
28b 6b "Mother Nature" Gary Conrad Scott Fellows and Jack Thomas Dave Thomas and Chris Robertson May 17, 2003 (2003-05-17)
In Dimmsdale, if the weather person gets the weather wrong, they get run out of town by an angry mob. Timmy's Mom becomes the new weather person after Timmy and his dad constantly ignore her. Fearing that she will get the weather wrong and thus ran out of town, Timmy wishes his mom's weather predictions would come true.
29a 7a "Beddy Bye" Wincat Alcala and Butch Hartman Mike Lewis (story)
Steve Marmel, Jack Thomas, and Scott Fellows
Erik Wiese May 23, 2003 (2003-05-23)
Being annoyed by his inability to stay up all night and thus missing night-time events, Timmy wishes for the world to have no sleep at all. He soon realizes that everyone does need sleep.
29b 7b "The Grass is Greener" Ken Bruce and Butch Hartman Steve Marmel, Jack Thomas, and Spencer Green Ian Graham and Butch Hartman May 23, 2003 (2003-05-23)
Timmy runs away from home so his parents could have the same things in life as the Dinklebergs, and meets the carnies at a carnival. The carnies are fairies (except for the crocodile, who is real) that help kids who run away from home. Timmy realizes his parents actually do miss him and returns home, finding out that the carnies were working with Cosmo and Wanda.
30 8 "The Secret Origin of Denzel Crocker!" Gary Conrad, Sarah Frost,
and Wincat Alcala
Butch Hartman and Steve Marmel Dave Thomas, Ian Graham, Heather Martinez,
and Shawn Murray
June 27, 2003 (2003-06-27)
March 15 is the day that every child fears: Denzel Crocker Day, the day that he is at his meanest. Timmy uses the Time Scooter to go back to Crocker's childhood and tries to prevent what made him so miserable.
31 9 "Abra-Catastrophe!" Butch Hartman Butch Hartman and Steve Marmel John Fountain, Ian Graham, Heather Martinez,
Shawn Murray, Chris Robertson, Dave Thomas,
and Butch Hartman
July 12, 2003 (2003-07-12)
Timmy Turner has kept his fairy godparents Cosmo and Wanda a secret for one whole year thus far. He receives a special gift, the "Fairy-versary muffin", which can grant any user one rule-free wish. With Timmy's school teacher Mr. Crocker constantly spying on him to prove that fairies indeed exist, the Fairy-versary muffin falls into other people's hands, eventually ending up in Mr. Crocker's. Using the muffin, Mr. Crocker captures Timmy's fairies and wishes for an oppressive world ruled by him, transforming Dimmsdale into Slavesdale. Now, Timmy and his fairies must get the muffin back and save Dimmsdale. This is the very first Fairly Odd movie in the series.
32a 10a "MicroPhony" Gary Conrad Butch Hartman, Steve Marmel, and Jack Thomas Dave Thomas August 1, 2003 (2003-08-01)
During the summer, Vicky uses the radio to promote her babysitting service and make kids work all day, but Timmy fights back as "Double T."
32b 10b "So Totally Spaced Out" Sarah Frost and Butch Hartman Steve Marmel and Jack Thomas Chris Robertson August 1, 2003 (2003-08-01)
Set during the episodes "Totally Spaced Out" and "Spaced Out!", Mark Chang comes to earth and tells Timmy that his planet has been invaded by a cute alien race known as the Gigglepies. Since the Yugopotamians are afraid of anything nice and sweet, they are powerless against them. Timmy departs to fight the menace.
33a 11a "Pipe Down!" Sarah Frost Butch Hartman, Steve Marmel,
Jack Thomas, and Scott Fellows
Dave Thomas September 26, 2003 (2003-09-26)
When Timmy is shouted at one too many times, he wishes that everyone would just be quiet for one day. Cosmo and Wanda grant this wish, and soon, Dimmsdale is eliminated of dialogue. However, a meteor is soon about to strike the town, and Timmy cannot undo the wish because no one can hear him, but he manages to wish the sound back by charading it.
33b 11b "The Big Scoop!" Wincat Alcala and Gary Conrad Butch Hartman and Steve Marmel Ian Graham and Lane Lueras September 26, 2003 (2003-09-26)
Set during the episode "A Wish Too Far!", Chester and A.J. attempt to find a story for the school newspaper, and they decide to write about Timmy and his sudden popularity.
34a 12a "Crime Wave" Wincat Alcala and Butch Hartman Butch Hartman and Steve Marmel Heather Martinez and Shawn Murray October 10, 2003 (2003-10-10)
Timmy is taking a bath, but he wants to get the new issue of Crimson Chin. Cosmo and Wanda wish him to the store, but he appears there in the nude and now must get back before anyone sees him. In the meantime, Crimson Chin fights with H2Olga in order to save not only the city, but also a baby he agreed to watch. Timmy leaves his comic book on the side of the tub, it touches the water a little causing H2Olga's power to increase tenfold.
34b 12b "Odd Ball" Sarah Frost Jack Thomas, Scott Fellows, and Jim Hecht Ian Graham October 10, 2003 (2003-10-10)
Timmy needs money to buy a new V-Cube(a parody of GameCube), and becomes the new player of Dimmsdale's basketball team, the Ballhogs, the most selfish team in the league (they will not even get up to play the game). If they lose one more game, they will get shipped off to the Alaskan Basketball league. Timmy must now help them win. Note: A recurring line in this episode is when ever someome eats a Blubber Nugget (a chicken nugget made out of blubber) they always say "Hey! They're chewy!".
35a 13a "Where's Wanda?" Gary Conrad Jack Thomas Heather Martinez and Shawn Murray October 18, 2003 (2003-10-18)
Timmy solves the mystery of Wanda's disappearance in a black-and-white film-noir setting. He must solve it before a secret fairy probation hearing, because if they fail, they will go to the Horrible Place Known as Level 13 Probation.
35b 13b "Imaginary Gary" Gary Conrad Steve Marmel and Butch Hartman Heather Martinez and Shawn Murray October 18, 2003 (2003-10-18)
When Timmy wishes that his Imaginary Friend Gary was real, Imaginary Gary is instantly favored by Timmy's friends, family, and even Trixie. Later, however, it turns out that Gary wants revenge for Timmy abandoning him for real friends. Timmy cannot even unwish him because Gary is from his imagination, and thus is a part of him, allowing Gary to make wishes, too.
36a 14a "Miss Dimmsdale" Sarah Frost Scott Fellows Dave Thomas and Ian Graham November 7, 2003 (2003-11-07)
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.
36b 14b "Mind Over Magic" Gary Conrad Jack Thomas Heather Martinez and Shawn Murray November 7, 2003 (2003-11-07)
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.
37a 15a "Kung Timmy" Wincat Alcala and Gary Conrad Jack Thomas and Scott Fellows Heather Martinez and Shawn Murray November 11, 2003 (2003-11-11)
Timmy learns kung-fu to defeat Francis, defend Tootie from him, and save his family's house.
37b 15b "Which Witch is Which?" Sarah Frost and Ken Bruce Butch Hartman and Jack Thomas Butch Hartman November 11, 2003 (2003-11-11)
Timmy battles a witch hunter in the past while seeking to learn the truth about Dimmsdale's origins.
38a 16a "Hard Copy" Sarah Frost Scott Fellows Heather Martinez and Shawn Murray November 14, 2003 (2003-11-14)
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.
38b 16b "Parent Hoods" Gary Conrad and Ken Bruce Butch Hartman, Steve Marmel, and Jack Thomas Maureen Mascarina and Dave Thomas November 14, 2003 (2003-11-14)
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.
39a 17a "Chip Off the Old Chip" Wincat Alcala and Butch Hartman Butch Hartman, Steve Marmel, and Jack Thomas Dave Thomas and Butch Hartman November 21, 2003 (2003-11-21)
To win the male lead in the school musical and play opposite Trixie Tang, Timmy wishes for Chip Skylark's voice. However, while Timmy has Chip's voice, Chip now has Timmy's voice, and Chip's singing career quickly plummets. Timmy tries to wish everything back to normal, but Cosmo and Wanda can only grant a wish made in their godchild's voice.
39b 17b "Snow Bound" Sarah Frost Scott Fellows Ian Graham and Ray Angrum November 21, 2003 (2003-11-21)
Timmy's dad forces Timmy to go with him to check up on his mom, who is caring for her sick aunt, but is really at a snow resort with AJ's, Sanjay's, and Elmer's mothers that she did not want them to go to (because according to Dad, women mean the opposite of what they say, like if they say they do not want to do something, they really do). Vicky goes along with them and is able to take advantage of his view on women (by saying she does not want to do it, his dad thinks she does). While snowboarding, Timmy and Vicky are trapped in a cave after an avalanche, and Timmy cannot wish himself out because Cosmo and Wanda are frozen. Timmy must battle an Abominable Snowman with the help of Vicky.

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