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The Fairly OddParents in Fairy Idol (2006)



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Credited cast:
Faith S. Abrahams ...
Juandissimo Magnifico / Mr. Crocker / Mayor
Security Guards / Binky Abdul / Fairy Reporters (voice)
Wanda / Mrs. Turner / Witch
Norm the Genie (voice)
Cosmo (singing voice)
The Tooth Fairy (voice)
Cupid (voice)
Genie (as Norm McDonald)
Chester McBadbat (voice)
Cosmo / Jorgen Von Strangle / Mr. Turner / The April Fool
Bucky McBadbat (voice)
Pixies / Sanderson


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19 May 2006 (USA)  »

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When Timmy is trying to get past the guard to get into the arena, and the April Fool lands on him, the fairies that also enter are characters of the staff of the show, and are hidden throughout the episode. See more »


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"Fairy Idol" is the first GOOD "Fairly Oddparents" episode in a long long time
26 June 2006 | by (united states) – See all my reviews

"Fairy Idol" helps repair some of the damage done by some truly horrible "Fairly Oddparents" episodes of recent years, written by substandard writers and allowed to be produced by the "Danny Phantom"-obsessed FOP creator Butch Hartman (shame on you, sir!) It's almost too little, too late, but at least in this episode Cosmo helps make up a little for his callous cruel behavior towards his long-suffering wife Wanda in episodes such as the detestable "Big Wanda", "Big Bash" and "Teeth for Two". Timmy Turner also redeems himself by acknowledging his selfishness and learns not to take people for granted. Norm, the devious genie, is at his best here (although lacking his usual voice actor, Norm McDonald,) as he plots to shed himself of his hated lamp and servitude to foolish mortals by tricking Cosmo and Wanda into quitting their jobs as fairy godparents to Timmy. High points of the special include sweet scenes between Cosmo and Wanda (they defend each other from insult at one point, and kiss at the end of the episode), a true star turn by the selfless and likable Chester McBadbat, and some hilarious comic bits by soft-hearted tough guy Jorgen and Binky, his well-meaning but bumbling assistant. Plus, although this special, like the prior FOP special "School's Out", is a musical, the songs are mercifully kept to a minimum and don't interfere with the narrative. All in all this is a good outing for FOP, not quite up there with "Abracatastrophe", but easily better than "School's Out" and other Butch Hartman efforts. Although this special doesn't completely wipe out the stain left by some truly terrible episodes, it does serve as a decent series-ender to "The Fairly Oddparents" - a good show that went bad.

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