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Foop in CGI

  • Foop is in this movie in CGI. This is the first time that characters other than Cosmo, Wanda and Poof appear in computer animation in one of the films. He also makes his first appearance in live-action, played by Scott Baio.[1]
    • This is the first time an Anti-Fairy has been in CGI on TV.
  • This movie suggests the Anti-Fairy Council is located inside Anti-Cosmo's Castle, which might imply that even though there's a council, Anti-Cosmo is really the leader of the Anti-Fairies.
  • The scene when Marty and Mitzie said to their parents that they love Vicky and they want she will babysit them all the time are very similar to what Timmy said to his parents in the first episode: The Fairly OddParents!.
  • Second time that Timmy and his parents travel to Hawaii, the first time was during "Beach Blanket Bozos".
  • Foop works with Crocker again, the first time was in "When L.O.S.E.R.S. Attack".
  • This movie is the first time Tootie and Vicky have interacted since "Timmy's 2-D House of Horror".[2]
  • Timmy becomes a fairy, while Cosmo, Wanda and Poof are given to Marty and Mitzie.
    • Timmy as a fairy resembles his cartoon counterpart, but seen in CGI form, and without the buck teeth. When he turns into a fairy, Timmy is voiced by Tara Strong, his voice actress from the original series.
  • The songs "Vacation" by The Go-Go's and "Gonna Make You Sweat (Everybody Dance Now)" by C+C Music Factory are featured in this movie.
  • In the beginning of the movie, Crocker's Hawaiian helpers can be heard singing the "ooga chaka" introduction of the song "Hooked on a Feeling" by Blue Swede.
  • Foop (Scott Baio) mentions Fonzie, which is a character from a sitcom called "Happy Days", in which Baio also worked on.
  • Butch Hartman makes a cameo as one of the crazy guys at the airport. Also, his signature can be seen on the check Mr. Turner's boss gave him.
  • The movie has a few callbacks to the previous movies:
  • This is the second time Timmy's seen as a fairy, the first is in "A Mile in My Shoes."
  • When Mr. Crocker talks about the fact that he knows what Anti-Fairies are, this might be a reference to the game, "Clash with the Anti-World."
  • The Anti-Fairy Council members look more like Anti-Fairies in this episode than in "Scary GodCouple." It is possible that the council that appears is in this episode is a different one than in "Scary GodCouple."
  • In a video interview promoting the movie's release, Daniella Monet stated that the film is "its own entity" and really "has nothing to do with the other [movies]."[3]
  • From August 7 to September 2, 2014, this movie was available for free on Google Play[4]


  • According to this movie, the true source of all magic in Fairy World is a large, glowing stone known as the, "Abracadabrium."  This may be a retcon to the fact that The Big Wand, the main source of magic in Fairy World, is powered by Mr. Crocker's fanatic belief in fairies - and the beliefs of the other "nut jobs" of the world - as seen in "Crocker Shocker."
  • Foop and Crocker act as if they had first met in this movie, even though they had actually already met previously in the episodes, "When L.O.S.E.R.S. Attack," "Scary GodCouple," and "School of Crock."
  • By the end of "A Fairly Odd Christmas," It would have seemed that Timmy and Mr. Crocker had resolved their differences and had become friends, but in this movie, he once again desires to destroy Timmy and his fairies. 
  • At the end of the movie when Timmy becomes a fairy, he remarks that he always wondered what it felt like to be a fairy. However, he should already know, as he switched places with Cosmo and Wanda in "A Mile in My Shoes."
  • Marty and Mitzie should have theoretically lost Cosmo and Wanda as their fairies since they had revealed their existence right in front of Vicky.  However, it's possible that Vicky simply ignored their statement which is what allowed them to keep them; This is actually similar to how she ignored Timmy's truth-powered declaration in the episode, "A Bad Case Of Diary-Uh!."
  • Timmy's transformation into a fairy at the end of the movie contradicts his human adulthood in the good future from Channel Chasers.
    • Although, considering that Daniella Monet stated the film as "its own entity" and really "has nothing to do with the other [movies]" and Butch Hartman stated that the live-action movies are set in an alternate timeline after the release of Season 10, it's likely that this ending is considered non-canon.


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