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School's Out! The Musical 

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)
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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)
S. Scott Bullock ...
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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When Mr. Turner rips off his clothes to reveal a dress underneath, it is his costume from the episode "Miss Dimmsdale". See more »

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Cosmo: My stupid, pointy hat! It's a crown again! And still not a manly word to be found!
[Jorgen smashes Cosmo into the ground with his fist]
Cosmo: Wow! That was extenuatingly manly!
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This is NOT the Fairly Odd Parents and they have destroyed an excellent 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.

Considering I am a fan, I naturally was thrilled to see that the Nick folks made a TV movie of the show. However, when I tried watching it I was more than just a bit disappointed. After all, it was a musical and that is something completely unlike the show. And, considering the show is so good, you wonder what lame-brain decided to mess with a great concept by injecting music! The film was just limp and seemed like a strange aberration--not one of my favorite current cartoons.

While watchable, it sure isn't good. My advice is pretend they never made this, ABRA CATASTROPHE 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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