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Cosmo and Wanda about to kiss.

Cosmo and Wanda in their song, Floating With You

"Hey, you're right, lollipop! I told you I'd love you until the end of time, and I still do!"
— Cosmo to Wanda, The Fairly OddParents: Breakin' Da Rules (PC version)

Cosmo and Wanda is the focal romantic story of The Fairly OddParents.


Cosmo and Wanda are two of the six main characters in The Fairly OddParents. They are the godparents of Timmy Turner and Chloe Carmichael. They also have a baby boy named Poof, after Timmy wished for them to have a child together. They have been married for 9.850 years [1].

They first met at a fairy diner where Cosmo was working as a waiter, according to their love song: Floating With You in the movie, School's Out: The Musical. Soon afterward they were married, unknown to Cosmo's mother, Mama Cosma, because she does not approve of Wanda, though it was revealed in the episode, "Apartnership" that Mama Cosma holds nothing personal against Wanda, she just resents any woman, particularly ones she can't control, who would take her precious son away.

Cosmo and Wanda have a very loving relationship, despite arguing a lot, and love Timmy, Chloe, and Poof very much.

Cosmo, Wanda & Poof

There are several versions of how Cosmo and Wanda met, one being Cosmo, who works at a restaurant, meets Wanda and immediately falls in love with her, having long tried to say that he loves her, but she guessed already, another being when they were teenagers, told that they don't like each other, but still married and finally, one where they meet when he hits her with his car. The first version seems the most likely out of the three.

Episodes focusing on Cosmo and Wanda

Other episodes that contain brief moments between Cosmo and Wanda:

Other media with Cosmo/Wanda moments include:


  • This relationship might've inspired Henry and June's relationship from KaBlam! since they're both oddball pairs consisting of a dim-witted, accident-prone male and a comparatively intelligent, seldom-injured female.