The Fairly OddParents: Season 3, Episode 9

Abra Catastrophe! (12 Jul. 2003)

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Timmy uses a powerful rule-free magic muffin for wishes, but then Timmy's evil insane teacher Mr. Crocker gets it, traps Wanda and uses her power to rule the universe. With his newfound ... See full summary »

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Timmy / Kid / Fairy #1 / Kid #1 (voice)
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Cosmo / Jorgen / Dad (voice)
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Wanda / Mom (voice)
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Bad Guy / Business Man (voice)
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AJ (voice)
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Mr. Crocker / Ape #2 (voice)
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Sanjay / Bippy / Binky / Fairy Private / Kid #2 (voice) (as Dee Baker)
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Cupid / Another Kid / Food Cart Guy / Fairy Sergeant / Announcer (voice)
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Easter Bunny / Construction Worker Ape / Ape Truck Driver (voice) (as Bobby Costanzo)
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Francis / Ape #1 (voice) (as Faith Abrahams)
Butch Hartman ...
Flashback Boy / Web Eared Guy / Third Kid / Orderly (voice)
Cara Newman Ruyle ...
Flashback Girl / Female Ape #1 / Gorilla Business Woman (voice)
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Bowling Pin / Warthog (voice)
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Timmy uses a powerful rule-free magic muffin for wishes, but then Timmy's evil insane teacher Mr. Crocker gets it, traps Wanda and uses her power to rule the universe. With his newfound power, he transforms the world and makes himself the all-powerful magical leader. It's up to Timmy and Cosmo to save the world and get the muffin back as Timmy decides to fight magic with magic. Written by Anthony Pereyra {hypersonic91@yahoo.com}

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Be Careful What You Wish For


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When Timmy introduces himself to Crocker as "The World's Greatest Entertainer", wearing a Groucho Marx mask, Crocker refers to him as "Shemp", mistaking him for Shemp Howard, the fourth Stooge, and using the term to mean someone who is a body-double or stand in. See more »

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The bubble on the end of the big tube Crocker holds changes color from yellow, to blue, to yellow again. See more »

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Principal Waxelplax: Crocker! What's the meaning of this fork in my fanny?
Denzel Crocker: Uh... It's Cupid's fork... Of love... I LOVE YOU!
Principal Waxelplax: Well, this is so sudden... and unwanted.
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Follows Jimmy Neutron's Nicktoon Blast (2003) See more »

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Wish Come True
Written by Butch Hartman and Steve Marmel
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Messing with a great formula
17 September 2008 | by (Bradenton, Florida) – See all my reviews

I must point out that unlike most viewers of the Fairly Odd Parents, I am an adult and am not ashamed to admit I like the show. Thanks to clever writing and unusually good stories with likable characters, this is one kids' show that parents can not just tolerate but enjoy. Heck, I think I know more about this show than most of my students I teach--it's just a neat show that doesn't insult the audience's intelligence.

However,...this show has suffered the same fate many cartoons have fallen prey to---stretching an excellent short cartoon idea to a full-length movie. In most cases, it's a catastrophe, so to speak. Think about the Powerpuff Girls movie, THE SIMPSONS MOVIE and THE SPONGEBOB MOVIE--three exciting and original shows that produced a mediocre or worse film. In the case of ABRA CATASTROPHE! it isn't as bad as the Powerpuff film (that is just too sad to watch), but it sure isn't as good as the show normally is because the pacing is all wrong. The film just seems too stretched thin and the usually fast paced humor just drags. While watchable, it sure isn't good. My advice is pretend they never made this, SCHOOLS OUT! or the god-awful JIMMY TIMMY POWER HOUR shows and just see CHANNEL CHASERS--the only Fairly Odd Parents movie that is as good or better than the shows.


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