The Fairly OddParents

The Fairly OddParents (2001)

15 corrected entries in season 2

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Fairy Fairy Quite Contrary / Nectar of the Odds - S2-E10

Corrected entry: Timmy is in his comic book, and Remy appears. If Remy wished to be in a comic book, he would be in his own edition of the issue.

Correction: Timmy enters a comic world, not just his own comic; his comic is a portal so to speak. Other comics have been shown to be affected by Timmy's influence. For example, when Timmy first meets the Chrimson Chin, he tells him that he is fictional. This in turn depresses CC, and we find out that this is shown in different comics. Perfectly reasonable for Remy to be there, he just entered the comic world though his own comic.

Shiny Teeth / Odd Odd West - S2-E15

Corrected entry: Wanda says that all wishes that involve teeth must be taken up with the tooth fairy. But in "A Wish Too Far", Timmy wished for perfect teeth and his fairy godparents were able to grant it.

Correction: That may have been a new rule. We see in the Christmas episode that new rules can come up anytime.

Cosmo Con / Wanda's Day Off - S2-E16

Corrected entry: On Wanda finally returns from her day off, she sees Timmy and Cosmo playing cards and trying to not let her know about the "World Domination." When Cosmo makes the walls fall down, you only see the walls that fell down, no roof. And since there wasn't a roof, surely she would have found out by looking up and seeing the Martians.


Correction: Yes if she looked up she'd see but she DIDN'T look up. Character stupidity is not a mistake.

Totally Spaced Out / The Switch Glitch - S2-E8

Corrected entry: When Timmy is in that crazy day-care place, Gary and Betty say that he can't go home until Vicky comes back. If Timmy's parents were just going on a trip, and since there was no indication of how long Vicky was going to "Europe", shouldn't they take him home later? And if Timmy can wish himself onto the alien planet Yugopotamia, why shouldn't he just wish himself home?

Correction: They meant that he couldn't leave that place because he didn't have a baby-sitter to watch him, not that he was going to have to stay there even if his parents came back but not Vicky. So yes they would take him home later. As for wishing himself home, as we've seen in other episodes Timmy does not always think things through. So that was just dumb on the characters part.

Foul Balled / The Boy Who Would Be Queen - S2-E7

Corrected entry: If Timmy wishes that his friend were the best baseball player ever, shouldn't Chester go back to being the best baseball player ever when he and Timmy make up?

Correction: The wish was canceled completely, so it would never come back again.

Totally Spaced Out / The Switch Glitch - S2-E8

Corrected entry: In "The Switch Glitch," Timmy puts the "Duh" cap on Vicky and you can see the U is crooked. But then when she starts crying, it's straight. Then when the face paint starts running, it's crooked again.

Correction: The U never changed.

Shiny Teeth / Odd Odd West - S2-E15

Corrected entry: Wouldn't Chip Skylark wake up after Wendall crashed to the floor?

Correction: Maybe Chip is a deep sleeper.

Mighty Mom and Dyno Dad / Knighty Knight - S2-E9

Corrected entry: The dragon (in the Middle Ages) ate cows, so why weren't the cows' skeletons flying out with the dragon's?

Correction: It's a dragon, it probably wouldn't pick out all the bones. It would eat them whole and let the bones go through.

Mighty Mom and Dyno Dad / Knighty Knight - S2-E9

Corrected entry: In the scene where Timmy's dad uses his x-ray vision to see from behind the book what Timmy is studying, he sees the sun and earth with the words labeling the planets both shown the right way. 1) Timmy's dad would have seen the back of the page rather than what Timmy is studying, 2) the words would have appeared backwards.

Correction: If 1) is true, then 2) can't be - the pages facing Timmy would look backwards, but all the others would read properly if read from behind the book.

Fairy Fairy Quite Contrary / Nectar of the Odds - S2-E10

Corrected entry: When Timmy phones for tickets, we see his phone has 16 buttons.

Correction: My phone also has 16 buttons.

Hail to the Chief / Twistory - S2-E11

Corrected entry: In Twistory, when Timmy is introducing Thomas Jefferson, it shows that he has grey hair. In real life, he had red hair.

Correction: Thomas Jefferson had grey hair when older and occasionally wore powdered wigs (popular at the time) when younger, search to see.

Action Packed / Smarty Pants - S2-E4

Corrected entry: In Smarty Pants, Timmy can't be smart enough to win the Brain-A-Thon, it doesn't make sense because he didn't directly wish to win. Plus Chester could still be good in Foul Balled so Timmy should be able to be smart.

Correction: According to the rules, it is also forbidden to use magic to win contests and use a previous wish in a contest. This is also stated in "Hex Games." Whenever in other episodes where Timmy uses magic from a previous wish to win, it's a mistake. Clearly, the writers never established the no equipping yourself to win rule until later episodes. Equipping yourself to win is almost the same as directly wishing to win. This is why in "Hex Games", Timmy was forbidden to equip himself to win. Frankly, this point is highly debated.

Fairy Fairy Quite Contrary / Nectar of the Odds - S2-E10

Corrected entry: According to Da Rules, if anyone finds out about Timmy's fairy godparents, they have to go away forever. Why don't Timmy's fairies go away forever when Remy finds out they exist?

Correction: Remy has a godparent too. Obviously other kids with godparents are exempt from this rule.

Grumpy Scot

Foul Balled / The Boy Who Would Be Queen - S2-E7

Corrected entry: When the Losers are playing against the Bankees, Timmy is on third base with grass around the base. Dirt surrounds baseball bases.

Correction: There are thousands of baseball diamonds in America, and I don't believe all of them are legally required to follow the same rules. Maybe the town decided grass around the bases would be safer for the kids than gravel.

Foul Balled / The Boy Who Would Be Queen - S2-E7

Corrected entry: In 'Foul Balled,' how did magic let Chester win competitions, when Da Rules don't allow magic to do that?

Correction: He didn't wish for Chester to win. He wished Chester was great at baseball. He also wished his Mom's garden was "full of life" which allowed her to beat the Dinklebergs in the best garden contest. I guess it's a loophole that you can equip yourself to win, but can't straight out wish to win.

Grumpy Scot

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