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Timmy is angry when Vicky, as the babysitter always gets her way, so he wishes he could be her babysitter so he can get revenge. But he soon realises he feels guilty. And things get worse when Cosmo and Wanda get reassigned to Vicky!
The episode was rated 8.75 from 20 votes.
Timmy gets really annoyed when a rich kid comes in showing off his money. He can't get away from him. Not even in a Crimson Chin comic book! How? He has a fairy godparent, that's how. And he's Wanda's ex-boyfriend! Now they are called into a fairy duel of some sort!
The episode was rated 8.68 from 19 votes.
Wanda's been working so hard, the boys give her a day off. Cosmo promises not to grant any wishes, to keep chaos at a minimum. But when Timmy has trouble doing his animal report, Cosmo messes things up big time! Can the boys save themselves without Wanda's help?
The episode was rated 8.65 from 17 votes.
Timmy is annoyed when Vicky has to come over so he wishes she could end up millions of miles away. So Cosmo goes to Yugopotamia, on Mark's birthday and tricks him into coming for Vicky. But when Plan B for what to do with Timmy requires sending him to some wierd kindness and happiness (and boringness) place, Timmy must accept Mark's challenge for Vicky.
The episode was rated 8.64 from 25 votes.
Timmy's house gets filled with dust from wishing, so Timmy and his Godfamily try to clean it up. Mr. and Mrs. Turner are taken to a fake spa by a disguised Jorgen.
The episode was rated 8.60 from 10 votes.
After finding the local Medevil fair very lame, Timmy wishes he coudl go to the real Middle Ages. unfortunately, Cosmo and Wanda bring Timmy's parents, who are dressed in a cow costume, back as well and a real dragon has taken them to it's cave to eat them!
The episode was rated 8.59 from 22 votes.
Timmy's imaginary friend Gary comes to life.
The episode was rated 8.56 from 16 votes.
Timmy starts to get dragged to every boring thing his parents do, because their neighbors hate the Turners, who are being really annoying... about everything. He then wishes that they had good adult friends to hang out with. Those friends: Cosmo and Wanda! When they start doing all kinds of stuff, Timmy is trapped with Vicky 24/7!!
The episode was rated 8.54 from 13 votes.
Timmy has so many unwished wishes Jorgen had to make an island full of his wishes. Timmy is forced to go to the island and his unwished wishes want 100% revenge on Timmy.
The episode was rated 8.50 from 10 votes.
Sick of technology ruining his life, Timmy wishes to live in a simpler time. He and all of Dimmsdale are then sent to the Stone Age.
The episode was rated 8.50 from 18 votes.
Cosmo is chosen to hold the notoriously short Fairy Convention. But things go haywire when he decides to hold it in Timmy's bathroom, especially while they're having Mr. Crocker over for dinner!
The episode was rated 8.48 from 23 votes.
Timmy wishes that he and his parents were superheroes in order to fight the Crimson Chin's arch enemy, The Antichin, who Timmy accidently wishes into our world.
The episode was rated 8.45 from 22 votes.
Timmy's parents are mistaken for wanted outlaws, and Timmy tries to catch the real crooks.
The episode was rated 8.45 from 11 votes.
Everybody in Dimmsdale is watching the latest horror film, "Fly Boy". But Timmy isn't allowed to, so when he wishes to become a "fly on the wall" in order to see it, the real horror begins.
The episode was rated 8.45 from 11 votes.
Timmy is sick and tired of being pranked on every holiday, so he seeks revenge on April Fool's day. How? By bringing the April Fool down from Fairy World, that's how! But all of his jokes are mean, and they can't stop him!
The episode was rated 8.43 from 21 votes.
Last updated: jan 22, 2023
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