The Fairly OddParents: Season 5, Episode 12

School's Out! The Musical (10 Jun. 2005)

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Ten year-old Timmy Turner and his friends are about to enjoy a summer filled with mess, mayhem, and music. But when the adults of Dimmsdale say enough is enough, they turn to Flappy Bob, ... See full summary »

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Timmy Turner / Baby Flappy (voice)
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Cosmo / Dad / Jorgen (voice)
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Mrs. Turner / Wanda (voice)
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Chet Ubetcha / Flunky (voice)
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Mayor / Chompy / Crocker / Dinkleberg / Human Bullet (voice)
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Gary (voice)
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Veronica / Betty / Tootie / Yvette Ubetcha (voice) (as Grey DeLisle)
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Chester McBadbat / Kid Reprter #1 (voice)
Gary LeRoi Gray ...
A.J. (voice) (as Gary LeRoi Gray II)
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Sanjay / Sanjay's Dad / Binky (voice) (as Dee Baker)
Faith S. Abrahams ...
Francis (voice) (as Faith Abrahams)
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Flappy Bob (voice) (as Scott Bullock)
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Head Pixie / Sanderson (voice)
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Ten year-old Timmy Turner and his friends are about to enjoy a summer filled with mess, mayhem, and music. But when the adults of Dimmsdale say enough is enough, they turn to Flappy Bob, former clown-turned-lawyer and owner of Flappy Bob's Peppy Happy Learn-A-Torium to help put a stop to the kids' behavior. What the adults -- and Flappy Bob -- don't know is that an evil force has been manipulating everything and everyone behind the scenes for the last thirty-seven years. Can Timmy and his fairy godparents Cosmo & Wanda sing their way through the show and put a stop to the Pixies' evil plans before its too late? Written by alexcain

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Near the end as Timmy and Flappy Bob are returning the fun items back to the kids, the "fun" item that A.J. receives are his clones. This is a reference to The Jimmy Timmy Power Hour (2004) in which A.J. enters his clones into the Dimmsdale Elementary School Science Fair as his project. See more »

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Cosmo: There's still enough pretty color left for one of us to slide down the rainbow bridge... Wow, there wasn't a manly word in that sentence!
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Wowy
24 July 2006 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

What can i say except enjoy this great musical. Timmy gets to rule the world, at least for a while. The songs are addictive and terrific, and the plot is cool too; a conspiracy of pixies taking over fairy world and the real world. References from other films include Superman when a baby is catapulted in a rocket to stop it from being killed in a runaway train, only to be used by the pixies in their plan. An emotional moment in part 2 is when Cosmo and Wanda sing "As long as I'm floating with you" when they reminisce about there time together as husband and wife. The only reason i don't give 10 stars is that there is little conversation with Trixie or Vicky, although there's a brief segment with Tootie. i long for the day when Timmy finally dates Trixie or Tootie.


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