|The Fairly OddParents!|
The eighth season first aired on February 12, 2011 with the episode "Love Triangle". This season is the shortest one in terms of episode total, featuring only 5 episodes and two live action movies; however, all of the episodes are 30 minutes long. This season began airing in the United States even though there were still several Season 7 episodes that had yet to be broadcast, including Love Triangle's preceding lead-in episode, "Spellementary School". However, the unaired episodes of Season 7 are available on Season 7 DVD.
Cast and Crew
- Main article: List of The Fairly OddParents! Cast and Crew Members.
One Time Characters
- Goldie Goldenglow
- Joshua Applebee
- Joshua Applebee's Fairy
- Chuckles the Fairy Eating Cockatiel
- Father Time (character)
- Planet of the Moms
- Hand of Fate
- Timmy Turner (23 years old)
- Tootie (23 years old)
- Hugh J. Magnate Jr.
- Evil Bunny
- Maitre D'
- Hall Monitor
- Dingle Dave
- Christmas Carol
- Elmer the Elder Elf
- Jingle Jill
|Title card||# in Season (Total)||Title||Original airdate||Production code||U.S. viewers|
|1 (194)||"Love Triangle"||February 12, 2011||121||N/A|
| Poof and Foop compete with each other for the lead role in a Spellementary School play alongside with a triangle shaped female fairy baby named Goldie Goldenglow.|
First Appearance: Goldie Goldenglow
|Starring: more...||Headgag: The President of America|
|2 (195)||"Timmy's Secret Wish!"||November 23, 2011||122-123||2.9|
|Timmy Turner makes his millionth wish which all of Fairy World has gathered to celebrate. But after reviewing his wishes, the Fairy Council finds that Timmy should be put on trial for being the worst godkid ever! Wanda, Cosmo, and Poof think they can prove that Timmy's a good kid, until the truth comes out -- Timmy made a secret wish that no one knows about, not even his godfamily.|
|Starring: more...||Headgag: Foop|
|3 (196)||"Invasion of the Dads"||June 18, 2011||124||3.7|
|The Mr. Turner clones from the Planet of the Dads universe, that Timmy wished up in Add-a-Dad kidnap Mrs. Turner, and its up to Timmy to rescue her.|
|Starring: more...||Headgag: Mr. Turner|
|4 (197)||"When Losers Attack"||October 15, 2011||125||3.3|
|Timmy Turner's foes team up to form the League of Super Evil Revenge Seekers (L.O.S.E.R.S.), seeking to overpower him at a time when his fairies are unable to access their magic. Can Timmy defeat his worst foes before they defeat him first?|
|Starring: more...||Headgag: Mr. Crocker|
|5 (198)||"Meet the OddParents"||December 29, 2011||126||N/A|
|Mom and Dad finally realize that Wanda, Cosmo and Poof exist (which means that unless they can keep Jorgen von Strangle from finding out, they'll be taken away from Timmy forever!).|
|Starring: more...||Headgag: Dudley Puppy|
|6 (199)||"A Fairly Odd Movie: Grow Up, Timmy Turner!"||July 9, 2011||MOVIE||5.8|
| Timmy is no longer a 10 year old boy — he is 23, still lives at home and still attends the 5th grade! Timmy’s arrested development stems from his desire to keep his beloved fairy godparents, Cosmo and Wanda, because “Da Rules” dictates that godchildren lose their fairies when they grow up. But when Tootie, a formerly nerdy girl who’s always had a crush on Timmy, returns to town as a gorgeous grown-up, Timmy finds himself having very adult feelings for her. He must decide whether to grow up and be with the woman he loves, or continue acting like a child to keep the fairy godparents he adores. In the meantime, Hugh J. Magnate, a larger than life oil tycoon, turns his attention to capturing Timmy’s fairies and using their power to fuel his maniacal ambition.|
This is a live action adaption of The Fairly OddParents meant to celebrate its 10th anniversary as a series on Nickelodeon. It stars Drake Bell as Timmy Turner, Daniella Monet as Tootie, Devon Weigel as Vicky, and a guest appearance by Jason Alexander and Cheryl Hines as Cosmo and Wanda.
|7 (200)||"A Fairly Odd Christmas"||November 29, 2012||MOVIE||4.4|
|A sequel to the live action "Fairly Odd Movie". Timmy Turner (Drake Bell) and his well meaning fairy godparents try to save Christmas, but first he’s got to get himself off the naughty list.|
- This is the shortest season, with only 5 episodes, one being an animated film. It also had two live action movies.
- This is the only season with more than one live action movie.
- The entire season aired within one year, the first Season since Season 2 to do so.
- There are no 11 minutes episodes in this season, as every non movie episode is a half hour long. This season also started the trend of more frequent half hour episodes outside of specials.
- This season started and ended before Season 7 had finished airing.
- ↑ Wednesday's Cable Ratings: "Horror Story"
- ↑ Seidman, Robert (2011-07-11). "Nickelodeon Notches All-Time July High with Total Viewers". TV by the Numbers. http://tvbythenumbers.zap2it.com/2011/08/02/nickelodeon-notches-all-time-july-high-with-total-viewers/99481/. Retrieved 2011-08-02.
- ↑ TV By The Numbers
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|#01||Love Triangle||#04||When Losers Attack|
|#02||Timmy's Secret Wish!||#05||Meet the OddParents|
|#03||Invasion of the Dads|