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Mrs. Turner
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Gender: Female
Species: Human
Age: Late 30's-early 40's
      Potter's Clay
      Orange(young adult)
Eye color:       Elm
Personal Information
  Turner family
  Real Estate Agent
Bed and Breakfast co-owner (temp)
Former Spy
Mother Nature
Sasha the Pyscho
Timmy's Mom
  Everyone (except enemies), Denzel Crocker (sometimes)
Vicky's family (only in Timmy's 2-D House of Horror)
The Dinklebergs (sometimes), Denzel Crocker (sometimes)
Love Interests:
  Mr. Turner (husband)
Sheldon Dinkleberg (ex-boyfriend)
Grandpa Vlad (father)
Grandma Gladys (mother)
Mr. Turner
Timmy Turner (son)
Tammy Turner (future granddaughter)
Tommy Turner (future grandson)
unnamed brother
Trixie Tang or Tootie (possible future daughter-in-law)
Pappy Turner (father-in-law)
Grandma Turner (mother-in-law)
Production Information
First Appearance:
  "The Fairly OddParents!"
Last Appearance:
  Fancy Schmancy
Voiced by:
Susanne Blakeslee
Tara Strong (Presto Change-O and Manic Mom-Day)
Played by: (live action)
Teryl Rothery
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Everything I touch dies!
— Mrs. Turner, referring to her gardening skills.

Mrs. Turner (née Vladislapov[1]) also referred to as Mom, is the mother of Timmy and the wife of Mr. Turner. She is addressed by everyone as Mom, Timmy's Mom or Mrs. Turner.

Mom is voiced by Susanne Blakeslee in the cartoon. She was portrayed by Teryl Rothery in the Live-Action Movies.


Mom is the dim-witted mother of Timmy. Her parents, Vlad and Gladys, are originally from a country called Ustinkistan. She and Mr. Turner have known each other since they were kids, but she originally dated his nemesis, Sheldon Dinkleberg, who broke up with her once he got rich. When Mom started crying, Dad wiped her tears with a mop and the two fell in love. Vicky was made Timmy's babysitter because Mom wanted to get out of the house a little more for vacation.

Mrs. Turner is the mother of Timmy and the wife of Mr. Turner. She is mainly known as Mrs. Turner by friends and acquaintances. As a running gag throughout the series, her first name has never been revealed; she is either referred to as Timmy Turner's Mom or something such as a truck noise blocks the revealing of her first name, effectively censoring it. The episode "Poltergeeks" revealed that her alias while working on the team of the same name was "Barnaby".

Mom is a stay at home mom, and used to have many jobs, including working as a real estate agent in the earlier seasons. She was also a secret agent for the CIA before Timmy was born.[2]

Mom in the Oh Yeah! Cartoons short "Where's the Wand?"


She has brown hair, blue eyes, and is usually seen wearing a purple shirt with white pants and white high heels (she identical to her own mother, except she gets her brown hair from her father).

Intellect and abilities

Much like other adults on the show, Mrs. Turner is at times exceedingly dimwitted and oblivious to the constant yet blatantly obvious dangers around her. While not as completely dumb and out of her mind like her husband, Mrs. Turner is not shown to be much more aware either, as they are both easily duped by Vicky and other menacing characters. She is also oblivious to the clues that Timmy has magical creatures helping him out, either not noticing or interpreting his fairies as different things, like "a person from a town with less gravity."[3]

While often just as dumb as Mr. Turner when the both of them are used as a unit, she is more recently shown as a lot more competent when on her own and is now more positioned as the rational parent compared to Mr. Turner. She is shown to be neglectful in some episodes, while others like "Manic Mom-Day" praise her as hard working. It was revealed in Please Don't Feed The Turners that she is stronger than Mr. Turner. She is also the smarter of Timmy's parents. One time Timmy tried to trick her with a Timmybot-9000, however, she was not as easily fooled as her husband was, recognizing that the robot wasn't her son and destroyed it. While her cooking is usually described as bad, it was shown in Food Fight that despite its looks, it actually tastes good.

Mrs. Turner is shown to be very talented in various points in the series. She is a capable scout leader in the Sugar Cream Puffs as she has earned many badges and is capable of crafting wilderness survival items, as shown in "Who's Your Daddy?", although like Mr. Turner she too led her scout group into danger in "Squirrely Puffs" after she became annoyed by the singing animals. In Momnipresent, it is revealed that she used to work for the CIA, but was actually a double agent for Russia and her code name was "Timmy's Mom-a-vich". Despite this, she is hired to work for them again in Viral Vidiots.


Origin and childhood

Mom's family background originates from a tiny, Eastern European country Ustinkistan and is the daughter of Gladys and Vlad Vladislapov.[1] Mom's parents are immigrants from Ustinkistan who came to Dimmsdale 50 years prior to the series to start up their Yak in the Box restaurant chain. It was a huge success and they became wealthy and gained a snotty accent.[1] Gladys and Vlad don't visit Mom often, because they hate Dad, whom they refer to as "son-in-law we don't like".[1]

Mom was born after her parent's arrival in the United States and attended Dimmsdale Elementary School when she was a kid.[4] Dad had a crush on Mom, so he won a race and gave Mom the trophy. This was changed in "Father Time!" when Timmy wished for heat vision and melted the trophy. He went back to the 1970s to prevent Dad from winning the trophy, which resulted in Mom and Dad never meeting each other and Timmy never being born. To make everything right again, Timmy disguised himself as Dad and won the race, and gave Mom the trophy.[5]

Mom as a child in "Father Time!"

Mom was friends with Sheldon Dinkleberg during their childhood, and later dated him when they attended Dimmsdale University.[4] Sheldon broke up with her when he received money from scientists and the military for investing in his parachute pants. Mom started crying, and Dad, working as the janitor, wiped Mom's tears with his mop and the two fell in love.[4] Before Timmy was born, Mom and Dad were Ghost Hunters, but the business didn't work since all they managed to do was blow up houses. Mom was called Barnaby then, a possible reference to a character from The Ghost in the Machine novels, although this is not her real name.

Early adulthood

Mom and Dad bought their house when Mom was pregnant with Timmy. Immediately after moving in, The Dinklebergs moved in next door. Mom and Dad thought they were expecting a girl, so they bought many girl clothes and toys, Timmy's pink hat included.[4] Vicky was named Timmy's babysitter when Mom wanted to get out of the house more often.[6]

Family life

I punished Timmy by making him eat chocolate, which in retrospect, wasn't such a good punishment after all.
— Mrs. Turner, Channel Chasers
In the beginning of the series, she usually treated Timmy poorly, for example when Chip Skylark was late for a concert, Mom said to a reporter: "If Chip doesn't get here soon, I'm going to punish our son for no reason!".[7] Mom is also seen to be forgetting Timmy's name, and sometimes calls him "Tommy". She is completely oblivious to the dangerous things her son gets into, usually because of parental neglect. Despite their poor treatment of Timmy, she and her husband really do love their son. Mom and Dad are usually stressed in the mornings, and sometimes even say: "Bye school, have a nice day at Timmy!".[8]

While earlier episodes had them be bad parents by being neglectful, later ones do the opposite, making them overprotective. Episodes like Momnipresent, Desperate Without Housewives, Meet the OddParents and Channel Chasers are all about the conflict that comes up when Timmy's parents (Mom in the first two) being overprotective of Timmy and wanting to either spend time with him or tell him what to do.

Mom hugging her husband and son in "Channel Chasers".

When Mom and Dad found Poof, they "adopted" him and named him "Super Baby" and favored him over Timmy. But in the end, when Mark Chang disguised himself as Poof's mother, Mom and Dad told Timmy that they love him and gave him a "Super Beaver" costume.[9]

Although Mom and Dad indeed love Timmy, they are often careless, constantly forget his birthday, tend to punish him for ridiculous reasons or for situations that are entirely beyond his control, lying to him constantly, and frequently take any possible opportunity to dump Timmy with Vicky so that they can go out and have fun on their own. Mom can be more serious and maternal at times. Many of their household appliances were made by Dad and many of them are obviously dangerous, but Mom uses them because she loves him and Mr. Turner is happy to see them use his inventions.[10]

Future life

Mr. and Mrs. Turner in Grow Up, Timmy Turner!

Main article: A Fairly Odd Movie: Grow Up, Timmy Turner!

Mrs. Turner is seen in the live-action movie "A Fairly Odd Movie: Grow Up, Timmy Turner!". She has been seen is smiling happily alongside her husband at their now 23-year-old son Timmy, until he reveals that he wants to live with them forever. She and her husband are also seen "vacationing" outside their house until Timmy falls from the sky in front of them. At the end when Timmy finally goes off on his job adventure with Tootie, Mrs. Turner and her husband are shown finally having the vacation they longed for, for almost 13 years. They are however seen vacationing at home since it's paradise to them with Timmy not around.


Mighty Mom

In the episode "Mighty Mom and Dyno Dad", Timmy notices how stressed his parents are in the mornings. He wishes for them to become superheroes, and Mom turns into Mighty Mom. As Mighty Mom she has:

Mrs. Turner as Mighty Mom.

Mighty Mom using "Super Cold Breath".

  • Super Strength
  • Meat Vision
  • Super Speed
  • Super Stamina (To fight crime all day and night without rest)
  • Flight
  • Heat Vision
  • Electric soccer ball creation
  • Shapeshifting
  • Super cold breath
  • Spider snot.

Inflating and deflating

  • Timmy senses (So she always knows when he's in trouble). Cosmo and Wanda also included anything they came up with.

Mom read in a Crimson Chin comic book that "people with superpowers have to have secret identities because their enemies would hurt their friends and family." When Mighty Mom and Dyno Dad are out fighting crime all day, Timmy finds they have even less time to spend with him and upon wishing for them to return to normal, Cosmo and Wanda inform him that they are so powerful, they are impervious to magic. So Timmy instead wishes he were "Galactimus the Eater of Planets" and faces off against his parents. Using a pull-string doll of himself, he convinces the two that their son is in danger and they agree to give up their powers.

Mighty Mom had the ability of heat and meat vision, "Super Cold Breath" that freezes the opponent, "Spider Snot" and together, Mighty Mom and Dyno Dad can use "Morph Power" to become anything possible.

In "The Crimson Chin Meets Mighty Mom and Dyno Dad", Timmy accidentally wishes Nega Chin, a supervillain, out a Crimson Chin comic book. To defeat Nega Chin, Timmy wishes that Mom and Dad had their powers again.


Mr. and Mrs. Turner as the Poltergeeks, ghost hunters.

In her and her husband's early days, they worked together on a team called the Poltergeeks where she was known as "Barnaby", a possible reference to Chief Inspector Barnaby from the novel A Ghost in the Machine. As there are no real ghosts in the Fairly OddParents universe, all she and Mr. Turner managed to do was blow up several of their neighbor's houses. Chet Ubetcha was a personal enemy of them, and when Mr. and Mrs. Turner revived their ghost hunting group (now able to catch "real ghosts": Timmy's fairies posing as ghosts), Chet wanted to expose her and Mr. Turner as the "phonies" that they were.


Mrs. Turner