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The Best Episodes of The Fairly OddParents

Every episode of The Fairly OddParents ranked from best to worst. Let's dive into the Best Episodes of The Fairly OddParents!

The zany, fast-paced adventures of a 10-year-old boy and his fairy godparents, who inadvertently create havoc as they grant wishes for their pint-sized charge.

Genres:AnimationComedySci-Fi & FantasyKids
Network:Nickelodeon

Top Episode Highlight

The best episode of "The Fairly OddParents" is "Lights... Camera... Adam!", rated 8.2/10 from 1439 user votes. It was directed by Gary Conrad, Sarah Frost and written by Steve Marmel, Butch Hartman, Jack C. Thomas, Scott Fellows. "Lights... Camera... Adam!" aired on 6/1/2004 and is rated 0.3 point(s) higher than the second highest rated, "Father Time!".

  • Lights... Camera... Adam!
    8.2/10 1,439 votes

    #1 - Lights... Camera... Adam!

    Season 4 Episode 8 - Aired 2004-06-01

    Timmy is an stunt-boy in the Crimson Chin movie where he uncovers a plot to discredit the Chin.

    Director: Gary Conrad, Sarah Frost

    Writer: Steve Marmel, Butch Hartman, Jack C. Thomas, Scott Fellows

  • Father Time!
    7.9/10 314 votes

    #2 - Father Time!

    Season 1 Episode 7 - Aired 2001-04-20

    When Timmy breaks his dad's sentimental, grade school trophy and gets punished, he wishes himself back in time to stop his dad (as a kid) from ever winning the dumb thing in the first place.

    Director: Butch Hartman, Jaime Diaz

    Writer: Steve Marmel, Butch Hartman

  • The Big Problem
    7.8/10 394 votes

    #3 - The Big Problem

    Season 1 Episode 1 - Aired 2001-03-30

    Tired of being a kid, Timmy wishes he could be older in order to go adult things, but his wish backfires when "Da Rules" states that now that he is an adult, Cosmo and Wanda can't grant him any wishes or turn him back into a kid until he is a kid or acts like a kid.

    Director: Butch Hartman, Jaime Diaz

    Writer: Steve Marmel

  • Information Stupor Highway
    7.8/10 198 votes

    #4 - Information Stupor Highway

    Season 3 Episode 1 - Aired 2003-01-20

    Timmy is writing a e-mail to Trixie, about the school dance, but Timmy's parents come in and make the e-mail all about love, and they send it! So Timmy transforms into computer data to try to retrieve the letter before it reaches Trixie.

    Director: John Fountain, Butch Hartman, Sarah Frost

    Writer: Steve Marmel, Butch Hartman

  • The Crimson Chin Meets Mighty Mom and Dyno Dad!
    7.8/10 187 votes

    #5 - The Crimson Chin Meets Mighty Mom and Dyno Dad!

    Season 3 Episode 8 - Aired 2003-05-09

    Timmy accidentally wishes Nega-Chin out of a comic book and allows Cosmo and Wanda to grant his wishes.

    Director: Butch Hartman, Ken Bruce

    Writer: Steve Marmel, Butch Hartman

  • The Big Superhero Wish
    7.8/10 234 votes

    #6 - The Big Superhero Wish

    Season 4 Episode 1 - Aired 2004-02-16

    In another case of ""Be careful what you wish for,"" Timmy wishes the world was more like a Crimson Chin comic book, and Cosmo and Wanda turn him and all his friends into superheroes!

    Director: Gary Conrad, Sarah Frost

    Writer: Steve Marmel, Butch Hartman

  • Talkin' Trash
    7.8/10 147 votes

    #7 - Talkin' Trash

    Season 5 Episode 21 - Aired 2005-05-13

    Wanda's father and Timmy must clean up magical garbage in Timmy's house.

    Director: Sarah Frost

    Writer: Jack C. Thomas

  • Power Mad
    7.7/10 286 votes

    #8 - Power Mad

    Season 1 Episode 2 - Aired 2001-03-30

    After wishing for a challenging virtual reality game, Timmy goes to the bathroom and leaves it unattended, and Chester and AJ decide to play. Realizing what has happened, Timmy must go into the game and play to save them.

    Director: Butch Hartman

    Writer: Steve Marmel

  • TransParents
    7.5/10 242 votes

    #9 - TransParents

    Season 1 Episode 4 - Aired 2001-04-06

    After Timmy brings an extinct dinosaur to school, his crazy teacher suspects that he has Fairy GodParents, so he tells Timmy he wants to have a conference with his "parents." Since he has aspirations of "a new world order," he thinks that if he catches fairies, he can harness their power and rule the Earth. Timmy knows he can't explain to his real parents how he managed to come across an extinct dinosaur, so Cosmo and Wanda pose as his parents.

    Director: Butch Hartman, Larry Leichliter

    Writer: Steve Marmel, Butch Hartman

  • Tiny Timmy
    7.5/10 241 votes

    #10 - Tiny Timmy

    Season 1 Episode 6 - Aired 2001-04-13

    Cosmo and Wanda shrink Timmy so he can complete his assignment on the microscopic universe but problems ensue when Cosmo and Wanda, who have also shrunk themselves, get eaten by Vicky. Timmy must now go inside Vicky to save his godparents but stirs up a lot of trouble in the process. To make matters worse, Vicky plans on tearing apart the house and blaming it all on Timmy to his parents.

    Director: Butch Hartman, Larry Leichliter

    Writer: Steve Marmel

  • The Boy Who Would Be Queen
    7.5/10 229 votes

    #11 - The Boy Who Would Be Queen

    Season 2 Episode 12 - Aired 2002-06-07

    Timmy tells Trixie Tang that he has a great gift for her, so he can be invited to her party. Obviously, he's lying. Later that day, Timmy and Cosmo start making of girls, and Wanda becomes so angry she turns Timmy into a girl. Timmy decides being a girl can help him/her figure out what Trixie would like for her birthday, so he/she goes off to the mall...but not without revenge on his godparents for turning him into a girl...he wishes Cosmo was a woman and Wanda was a man.

    Director: Butch Hartman, Sarah Frost

    Writer: Steve Marmel, Butch Hartman

  • Sleepover And Over
    7.5/10 793 votes

    #12 - Sleepover And Over

    Season 3 Episode 9 - Aired 2003-05-17

    Timmy's friends, A.J. and Chester argue and break their friendship. When they each invite him to their respective sleepovers on the same night, to watch a Crash Nebula/Crimson Chin crossover special, this creates a problem for Timmy. How will he join both of them without being discovered? How will he reunite his friends?

    Director: Butch Hartman, Ken Bruce

    Writer: Steve Marmel, Jack C. Thomas, Scott Fellows

  • A Wish Too Far
    7.4/10 266 votes

    #13 - A Wish Too Far

    Season 1 Episode 5 - Aired 2001-04-13

    Timmy has a giant crush on Trixie Tang, the most popular girl in school, but she doesn't even know he exists. In order to get Trixie to notice him, Timmy wishes for a long list of superficial things to make him popular.

    Director: Butch Hartman

    Writer: Steve Marmel

  • Bad Heir Day
    7.4/10 155 votes

    #14 - Bad Heir Day

    Season 7 Episode 1 - Aired 2009-07-06

    Crocker gets a hold of Poof and decides to groom him to be the heir to his "fame and fortune."

    Director: Ken Bruce

    Writer: Kevin Sullivan

  • Boys in the Band
    7.3/10 221 votes

    #15 - Boys in the Band

    Season 2 Episode 1 - Aired 2002-03-01

    Vicky has kidnapped teen singing sensation Chip Skylark. A stadium full of screaming girls (and Mrs. Turner) are going to tear the town apart if he doesn't perform for them.

    Director: Butch Hartman

    Writer: Steve Marmel, Butch Hartman

  • Timvisible
    7.3/10 171 votes

    #16 - Timvisible

    Season 2 Episode 7 - Aired 2002-04-26

    Timmy's shot at the perfect attendance award is threatened by bully Francis. Timmy wishes to become invisible, but soon, everyone believes the school is haunted. That is, except Crocker, who knows that catching Timmy will be all the evidence he needs to prove the existence of Fairies.

    Director: Butch Hartman

    Writer: Steve Marmel, Butch Hartman

  • That Old Black Magic
    7.3/10 167 votes

    #17 - That Old Black Magic

    Season 2 Episode 8 - Aired 2002-04-26

    Timmy goes to an amusement park in Friday the 13th and he figures that something is destroying the park, until Cosmo and Wanda give him special glasses to see the Anti-Fairies who are causing the problem.

    Director: Butch Hartman, Sarah Frost

    Writer: Steve Marmel, Butch Hartman

  • Super Bike
    7.3/10 164 votes

    #18 - Super Bike

    Season 2 Episode 9 - Aired 2002-05-10

    For the annual Father-Son bike race, Timmy wishes up a bike that's unstoppable, unbreakable, and totally modern and cool: Super Bike. But the bike gets super jealous of Timmy's friends and hobbies.

    Director: Butch Hartman

    Writer: Jack C. Thomas

  • Mighty Mom and Dyno Dad
    7.3/10 172 votes

    #19 - Mighty Mom and Dyno Dad

    Season 2 Episode 15 - Aired 2002-09-06

    Timmy, sick of his parents rushing to work and coming home late, tired, and never having any time for him, wishes that they had superpowers.

    Director: John Fountain, Butch Hartman

    Writer: Steve Marmel, Butch Hartman

  • Baby Face
    7.3/10 126 votes

    #20 - Baby Face

    Season 4 Episode 4 - Aired 2004-03-19

    Now that Timmy's old enough, he doesn't have to be subjected to all the kiddie stuff at Flappy Bob's Happy Learnatorium anymore.

    Director: Ken Bruce

    Writer: Scott Fellows

  • Freaks and Greeks
    7.3/10 135 votes

    #21 - Freaks and Greeks

    Season 7 Episode 2 - Aired 2009-07-06

    When Timmy's parents go to a toga party, his fairies take him to one on Mount Olympus where he accidentily destroys it with a thunderbolt, so the gods move the party to his house.

    Director: Gary Conrad

    Writer: Thomas Krajewski

  • Mice-Capades
    7.3/10 138 votes

    #22 - Mice-Capades

    Season 7 Episode 3 - Aired 2009-07-08

    When Poof watches too much of the violent classic "cat and mouse" cartoon, "Cheesy and Sleazy", he turns Timmy and Vicky into the characters from the show.

    Director: Gary Conrad

    Writer: Ray DeLaurentis

  • Spaced Out
    7.2/10 236 votes

    #23 - Spaced Out

    Season 1 Episode 3 - Aired 2001-04-06

    While watching Crash Nebula, Timmy wishes for an alien to play with. So, Cosmo and Wanda take a real alien prince - Mark. His parents are furious and travel to Earth to blow it up. In the meantime, Mark has fallen in love with Vicky, and Timmy can't wish him away because GodParents can't interfere with true love. Timmy goes to Mark's parents and asks them to convince their son to forget about Vicky, but Timmy must first pass their toughest tests. Will he be able to fix this mess and save the Earth from destruction?

    Director: Butch Hartman

    Writer: Steve Marmel, Butch Hartman, Mike Bell

  • Inspection Detection
    7.2/10 181 votes

    #24 - Inspection Detection

    Season 2 Episode 4 - Aired 2002-03-08

    Thanks to all the stuff he's gotten from his fairies, Timmy's parents suspect that he's a shoplifter. On the same day, Cosmo and Wanda have an inspection day with Jorgen Von Strangle. Timmy must prove his innocence while his godparents prove their competence or they'll never see each other again.

    Director: Butch Hartman

    Writer: Spencer Green

  • Smarty Pants
    7.2/10 179 votes

    #25 - Smarty Pants

    Season 2 Episode 6 - Aired 2002-03-22

    Timmy wishes that he knew everything in the world so he can beat A-student A.J. at the Brain-A-Thon.

    Director: John Fountain, Butch Hartman

    Writer: Tracy Berna