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Christmas Everyday! is the thirteenth and final episode of Season 1. It is the series' first movie and special episode.

Plot

Everyone loves Christmas. Who wouldn’t want to celebrate it every day? Apparently the whole world, that's who. The globe is put into gridlock after Timmy wishes for 365 days of Christmas a year. Santa's overworked, Mom and Dad can't work and the other holidays are furious that jolly old Saint Nick is getting all the attention, not to mention all the holiday magic. The other holidays set out to take Santa down for good. Since Wanda and Cosmo are magically-depleted during this Season, Timmy must go it alone to the North Pole in order to save Santa and put the calendar back on schedule.

Synopsis

Christmas is Timmy's favorite day of the year, as in addition to the tremendous amount of gifts he receives from Santa Claus, it is also the one day of the year he is guaranteed that his mom and dad will stay home and not have Vicky babysit him. So when the day arrives, he expresses through a song to Cosmo and Wanda that he wishes Christmas were every day. Despite their reluctance, they grant his wish. At first, Timmy is thrilled to have Christmas every day, but things soon take a sour turn, as he begins to notice when he starts receiving less and less presents as each day passes. And because Christmas now falls on every day, all the schools, stores, and businesses remain closed, and everybody has become so sick of Christmas that the armed forces are working to shoot Santa's sleigh down. Even worse, the mascots for the other holidays (led by the Easter Bunny and consisting of Baby New Year, Cupid, and The April Fool) are furious that their respective holidays can no longer come. Unfortunately, Timmy cannot reverse his wish, because every Christmas Eve, all the fairies in Fairy World transfer their magic to Santa so that he can make his annual journey, and they do not get it back till Christmas is over; but because it was Christmas everyday, Cosmo and Wanda cannot reverse the wish. The angry holiday mascots, planning to banish Santa to the non-existent date of February 33, kidnap Cosmo and Wanda (in order to use what remains of their magic against Santa's) and take off in the April Fool's bus.

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Using a high-speed snowmobile, Timmy makes his way to Greenland, all the while getting help from other kids who celebrate Christmas, soon catching up with the holiday mascots. Disguising himself as another holiday mascot named Birthday Boy, Timmy tricks the mascots into letting him on their bus, then slows them down by puncturing their tires with Cosmo and Wanda's crowns. Up at Santa's workshop, the elves have gone on strike over the never ending Christmas, leaving Santa to come up with designs for rather pathetic looking toys.  Timmy makes it to Santa's workshop in time to warn Santa of the oncoming attack (Mrs. Claus giving Timmy a lump of coal for making the wish in the first place), but the mascots soon catch up. Santa's attempts to fight them off are futile, and his magic is soon sucked out of him and transferred to the Easter Bunny, who prepares to blow Santa to February 33 with an egg-shaped bomb. Timmy at this point arrives to stop this, but Easter Bunny is still willing to throw Timmy to February 33 for creating the mess he made and that he is the only kid that is there. Fortunately, the kids who helped Timmy in his journey show up, along with every other child with Internet access, and they help him make it clear to the holiday mascots that they do love their respective holidays as well, just not as much as Christmas--as Timmy points out, Santa Claus brings people presents and Christmas brings friends and families together. The mascots acknowledge this and realize that their holidays don't really do much compared to Christmas:
  • The Easter Bunny notes that all he really does is hide eggs that go bad if you don't find them soon enough.
  • The April Fool notes that all he does is get people to play mean-spirited pranks on each other.
  • Cupid says that he makes people fall in love with each other, which the kids find gross.

The mascots realize the error of their ways and apologize to Santa for what they did and give him his magic back. While Santa's back to normal, it doesn't change the fact that it's still Christmas. Timmy then rallies all the kids to tell Santa that what they want is for it to be December 26, which they do. Thanks to that, the endless Christmas finally ends, and things return to normal. However, to make amends for the whole mess, Timmy, Cosmo, Wanda, and the other holiday mascots have to deliver the Christmas presents next year while Santa and his wife take a vacation in Hawaii and, to make sure no other kid makes the same wish Timmy made, Jorgen Von Strangle adds a new rule to Da Rules that forbids fairies from granting "Christmas Every Day" wishes.

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Sours: https://fairlyoddparents.fandom.com/wiki/Christmas_Everyday!

A Fairly Odd Christmas is a live action sequel to A Fairly Odd Movie: Grow Up, Timmy Turner![3] which aired on Nickelodeon on November 29, 2012 at 7:00 pm.

Plot

Official Nickelodeon site description:

There's nothing that Timmy Turner loves more than granting wishes (and Tootie)! It's just too bad that all of a sudden, Timmy accidentally knocks Santa Claus into the present maker, giving him amnesia, and now Santa thinks he's the Easter Bunny, and Christmas is just around the corner! Now it's up to Timmy to save Christmas, but not before a dangerous and snowy magical journey to visit Elmer the Elder Elf to get his name off the Naughty list first! Can Timmy survive the journey and save Christmas before it's too late?

Synopsis

Spoiler warning: Plot or ending details follow.

The film begins a few days before Christmas at the North Pole, where Santa Claus is looking over his Nice and Naughty Lists, the latter of which he receives from the Keeper of the Naughty List, Elmer the Elder Elf while the elves were silent when Elmer's around. Just then, he sees children's names and their wishes starting to disappear from his Nice List, because those children's wishes are already being fulfilled. Santa demands to know who is causing this.

At that moment, it is revealed that the cause of Santa's problem is coming from the now-grown-up Timmy Turner, who is traveling the world with his girlfriend, Tootie, and his fairies, Cosmo, Wanda and Poof, granting wishes for all unfortunate people in the world as part of the Wishful Thinking business that they started at the end of Grow Up, Timmy Turner! As the group stops off back in Timmy and Tootie's old hometown of Dimmsdale, they catch the attention of Timmy's deranged former schoolteacher, Denzel Crocker, still determined to capture Timmy's fairies. However, while following Timmy, Crocker runs into some of his students and shows them some of his typical hostility, saying that he doesn't like Christmas because his mother always gave him handbags ("she always knew I'd give them back to her"), and he always got coal from Santa. The kids mention that Crocker is obviously on the Naughty List and, when he asks them where he can find it, tell him it's kept at the North Pole, but he refuses to believe the place (or polar bears) really exists.

Timmy and Tootie briefly cross paths with Timmy's parents, who are working downtown as a Salvation Army Santa and his assistant and thinks that Timmy is going back to them. After Timmy makes it clear to them that he is not moving back in with them, Timmy's mom tells the young couple that she has asked Santa for a new computer, and Timmy's dad says he wants a magical pony who poops ice cream, eats the ice cream, poops gold, eats the gold, and poops out a motorcycle then Timmy's mom and dad will all ride away in their motorcycle. Right after Timmy's parents leave, though, a pair of elves named Dingle Dave and Christmas Carol show up, demanding to speak with Timmy. When Cosmo and Wanda see them, they start trading insults with the two elves before they tell Timmy that Santa Claus wants to see him personally, for he is in big trouble. Using their own flying minivan, Dave and Carol bring Timmy, Tootie, and the Cosmas to Santa's workshop at the North Pole, where they are greeted by Jingle Jill, who acts just as hostile towards the fairies. Tootie becomes curious to know why the fairies and elves are feuding as Jill brings them inside the workshop. As Jill is giving the group a tour of the workshop, Santa shows up and greets Timmy and Tootie.

Unbeknownst to them, Crocker stowed away on the bottom of the elves' minivan and is astonished to see that the North Pole exists (as well as polar bears, one of which briefly chases after him). He then sneaks into the workshop through an open window and tries to disguise himself by snatching one of the elves' hats. However, one of the real elves catches Crocker and, figuring that he is a new employee here, assigns him to clean out the reindeer stalls (but not before putting his ears through an ear-sharpener). After he finishes cleaning out the reindeer pen ("Who knew reindeer poop was so sparkly?"), though, Crocker makes the mistake of leaving the gates open, allowing the reindeers to run loose.

Santa explains to Timmy that because he has been using Cosmo and Wanda's magic to grant the Christmas wishes of all the children in the world, it's causing them to give up on Santa. He tells the pink-hatted adult that "with great power, and that includes magical fairies, comes great responsibility," and after Timmy apologizes, Santa gives him two candy canes, saying there isn't any bad spot a candy cane can't get him out of. Just then, one elf tells Santa the gift-making machine has gotten jammed again, and when Santa goes to look at it, saying "I wish this thing would stop breaking down", Timmy decides to have Cosmo and Wanda grant that request. However, as a result of trying to use fairy magic inside an elf-made building, the magic instead turns into a blast that causes Santa to fall into the gift-making machine. When he emerges from the machine, it is shown that he has gotten amnesia and starts thinking he is certain other beings like the Easter Bunny. To make matters worse, the whole workshop then starts shutting down because Santa is out of commission.

Jorgen Von Strangle suddenly arrives and points out to Timmy that he now has to assume Santa's responsibilities, for it is written in Da Rules that a godchild must take over the role of a holiday icon if the godchild has harmed them to the extent that they cannot do their job. Carol brings Santa's hat to Timmy, and when he puts it on, it seems to work, as the workshop starts repowering, but only for a short while before it crashes again. Tinsel Ted explains that Timmy actually cannot be Santa because he has gotten himself on the Naughty List. Timmy figures maybe he can just have Cosmo and Wanda zap his name off of the Naughty List, but it turns out they are unable to do anything about it because, with the Christmas spirit being depowered, the North Pole's magnetic polarity is now nullifying the fairy magic. Dave and Carol explain that the only way Timmy can get his name off the Naughty List is to find Elmer the Elder Elf, the only one who has the power to do so, but they tell him that this will be a very difficult and likely deadly task. Despite the warning, Timmy is willing to accept the challenge, and Tootie volunteers to come with him, along with the fairies (though Cosmo really doesn't want to go). Crocker then reveals himself and tells Timmy that he is also coming along, since he also wants his own name removed from the Naughty List as well.

Timmy and the others begin their journey, bringing along Dave and Carol as guides, though it becomes apparent that the two elves do not actually know the way to Elmer's realm, and they keep bickering with Cosmo and Wanda. The group comes to the Cracked Candy Cane Chasm (a chasm full of razor-sharp candy canes spikes) and manage to get over it using the zip-line above it. However, as soon as they make it past the chasm, the ground cracks underneath them, and Timmy and Crocker are separated from the others. Timmy's fairies, the elves, and Tootie come across a penguin who has somehow ended up at the North Pole, and Tootie starts communicating with it in the penguin language, asking if it can help them find Timmy and Crocker. The penguin doesn't know where Timmy is, but it is able to help them find their way out of the forest they've gotten lost in.

In the meantime, Timmy and Crocker find themselves near a cliff, and Timmy is trying to save Crocker, and he reveals that he doesn't really need glasses and he just wears them to look smart. Crocker falls and then they both realize that it wasn't a cliff after on. Later, the two come upon a quartet of large sentient gingerbread men - Ginger-Ted, Ginger-Ed, Ginger-Ned, and Ginger-Jed. The four gingerbread men are very friendly to Timmy at first, but then the starving Crocker starts eating Ginger-Jed, which angers the other three enough to want to kill the two humans. While running from the angry gingerbread men, Timmy and Crocker reunite with the others just as they've made it out of the forest. Dave and Carol manage to fend off the gingerbread men by throwing snowballs at them, forcing them to retreat.

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That night, the group sets up camp and Timmy tries to start a fire, but has trouble keeping it going because the leaves are too wet to burn. Crocker, showing some kindness for once, lends the coal he has always received from Santa and allows Timmy to use it in the fire. After Timmy gets the fire going, Cosmo and Dave briefly start bonding over eating marshmallows, and Tootie congratulates her boyfriend on granting her wish to make a fire even without magic. Back at Santa's workshop, the elves and Jorgen notice that the Christmas spirit is getting weak, and as a result, Christmas gloom is starting to take over. The gloom is shown taking its effects on the citizens of Dimmsdale, including Timmy's parents, making them all too depressed to enjoy Christmas (though it has the opposite effect on Vicky, Tootie's evil sister).

The next day, Timmy and company reach the Bridge of Badness, a heavily damaged bridge over a boiling river of eggnog that is the last obstacle standing between them and Elmer's lair. Timmy starts crossing the bridge and almost loses his footing, but Poof manages to give him a boost. The rest of the group is then forced to follow Timmy across the bridge immediately when they see the vengeful gingerbread men coming after them again. Cosmo, Wanda, and Poof manage to take down Ginger-Ed and Ginger-Ned with snowballs, but Ginger-Ted starts sawing the rope holding up one end of the bridge. Crocker just barely makes it across right as the bridge falls entirely, and he reveals that he dyes his hair black and he is a redhead. But in attempting to pull his old nemesis up to the other side, Timmy falls off the cliff. The others, especially Tootie and the fairies and even Crocker, are all saddened that Timmy appears to have died, but it turns out that he actually survived, having climbed back up the cliff using the two candy canes Santa gave him earlier.

The group finally makes it into Elmer's house and come face-to-face with the Elder Elf himself. Timmy asks Elmer why he is on the naughty list when he has been granting wishes for others. Elmer explains that it's technically Cosmo, Wanda, and Poof who've been granting the wishes, but while Timmy no longer makes wishes for himself, he still doesn't think of the consequences of the wishes he has been having the fairies grant for other people. The Elder Elf then proves his point by playing video clips showing things that have happened as a result of several reckless wishes Timmy used his fairies to grant at the beginning of the film, including his attempt to help Santa that has now resulted in endangering Christmas, and for that, he refuses to take Timmy's name off the Naughty list. Timmy apologizes to the others for his failure to save Christmas, though Tootie is still proud of him for doing his best. But Crocker reveals that, after years of battling him, he has finally come to respect Timmy for having the courage to risk his life to save theirs. Elmer, having overheard that speech, is impressed that Timmy's kindness was able to change Crocker's shriveled heart and officially takes Timmy's name off the Naughty List. He then allows the group to use his own vehicle to get back to Santa's workshop. As he went back inside his home, he saw his Eiffel Tower made of toothpicks destroyed and demanded who did that.

After they make it back, Timmy quickly puts on Santa's suit, 

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bringing the workshop back to full power. However, the elves explain that Timmy has a very small chance of saving Christmas now that gloom is starting to block the path out of the North Pole. Since they only have an hour left to get things ready, Timmy tells everyone that they need to work together, and even Jorgen, having had to deal with the amnesiac Santa while they were gone, is more than willing to help them. They manage to get the sleigh filled on time, but the reindeer are still gone due to Crocker accidentally letting them loose earlier. Fortunately, Cosmo, Wanda and Poof manage to bring in the Wishful Thinking van to use as a substitute. With Jorgen and the Cosmas driving the van, Timmy, Tootie, and Crocker take off in Santa's sleigh, just barely making it through the gloom in the sky. With that, Timmy and the others manage to successfully deliver all of Santa's presents to everyone (including the computer and pony that Timmy's mom and dad wanted).

On Christmas morning, Santa, now having recovered from his amnesia, is surprised to see that all his work has been taken care of for him, and he joins everyone for the Christmas party they're now throwing. Dave and Carol present Crocker with a new tie, which he is happy to receive because it is the first real present anyone has ever given him despite not being cleared from the Naughty List. Dave and Carol also finally make amends with Cosmo, Wanda, and Poof, thanking them for helping save Christmas. They also reveal to Tootie that the reason the fairies and the elves were feuding in the first place was because the fairies never returned a power drill they borrowed from the elves two thousand years ago; in actuality, though, the fairies did return the drill, leaving it on the elves' back porch. Timmy and Tootie then say "Merry Christmas" to each other and share a kiss under the mistletoe.

Spoilers end here.

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International premieres

  • December 2, 2012 (UK, Ireland)
  • December 5, 2012 (Canada)
  • August 26, 2013 (Israel)
  • December 8, 2013 (Southeast Asia)
  • December 9, 2013 (Philippines)
  • December 12, 2013 (Latin America)
  • December 15, 2013 (Poland)
  • December 21, 2013 (Greece)
  • December 22, 2013 (France)
  • December 24, 2013 (Serbia, Croatia, Hungary, Russia, Romania, Czech)

Reception

This movie attracted 4.473 million watchers on its premiere night[4], and posted impressive triple-digit gains over last year. The premiere also bested its closest competitor (Disney) by triple-digits, with K2-11 (7.2/2.4 million, +140%), K6-11 (8.3/1.7 million, +152%) and T9-14 (5.7/1.2 million, +119%) and total viewers (4.5 million, +164%).[5] It became the 5th most watched program on Nickelodeon of 2012.[6]

"A Fairly Odd Christmas" gained mixed reviews from critics. Common Sense Media gave the film a 3 stars out of 5.[7] Robert Lloyd from Los Angeles Times said the movie does "a nice job" honoring "their animated originals", but criticized the lack of originality in the script.[8] In general, the movie was largely criticized for having a too complex story line and "confusing details".[8] However, it was much praised for the well-done blending of live-action and CGI. [9][8]

Fans gave the movie a score of 7.9/10 on TV.com.[10] The fanbase in general considered this film better than the first one, praising the presence of David Lewis' Mr. Crocker as a main protagonist.[11]

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Sours: https://fairlyoddparents.fandom.com/wiki/A_Fairly_Odd_Christmas
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A Fairly Odd Christmas

2012 television film directed by Steve Holland

A Fairly Odd Christmas (also known as A Fairly Odd Movie 2) is a Canadian-American television film that is the sequel to the 2011live-action TV film A Fairly Odd Movie: Grow Up, Timmy Turner! and the second live-action adaptation of the Nickelodeonanimated television seriesThe Fairly OddParents.[2]

The film was first announced on March 14, 2012.[3] The film premiered on Nickelodeon on November 29, 2012,[1] to 4.473 million viewers.[4][5]

The film was released on Region 1DVD on December 17, 2013,[6] and was released on Blu-ray on December 4, 2015.[7]

Plot[edit]

Timmy Turner (Drake Bell), his fairies (Cosmo, Wanda, and Poof), and Tootie (Daniella Monet) have been traveling around the world, granting wishes for others.[8]

A few days before Christmas, Santa Claus and the elves go to check who's naughty and who's nice. However, Santa realizes that with Timmy already granting wishes, people have had their names removed from the nice list. Two elves, Christmas Carol and Dingle Dave, confront Timmy, his fairies, and Tootie and tell them that Santa wants to talk to Timmy. When they get to his workshop, Santa explains that he wants Timmy to stop granting wishes and explains that with great power, comes great responsibility (a reference to Spider-Man whom Drake Bell voiced at the time). Just then, an elf tells him that the gift wrapping machine is broken. When Santa wishes for it to be fixed, Timmy decides to grant it. However, since fairy magic does not work in "an elf-made building", the magic instead turns into a blast that causes Santa to fall into the machine; an impact to the head has brain-damaged him as well and causes him to act like the Easter Bunny and other things. As a result of a lack of Christmas spirit, the workshop malfunctions and shuts down.

Jorgen Von Strangle arrives and tells Timmy that he must reprise the role of Santa, since the rules state a godchild must take over the role of a holiday icon if the godchild has harmed them to the extent that they cannot do their job. Timmy puts on Santa's hat, and it re-powers the workshop, but only for a brief moment. An elf explains that Timmy cannot be Santa since he is on the naughty list. In addition, Cosmo, Wanda, Poof, and Jorgen cannot change that since Earth's magnetic polarity at the North Pole nullifies fairy magic. The elves explain that to get his name off the naughty list, he must speak to Elmer the Elder Elf. They explain that it is a very dangerous path and that he may not make it out alive. Timmy then insists to go alone, since this is his problem, however, Tootie, Timmy's fairies, two elves, and even Mr. Crocker (who came in an attempt to get his name off the naughty list) decide to tag along.

The journey proves to be difficult, especially when the elves lose the path to Elmer. As they continue, Timmy and Crocker are separated from the others by a snowstorm. Timmy's fairies, the elves, and Tootie come across a penguin, whom Tootie believes knows the way to Elmer. After Tootie manages to communicate with it, the penguin guides them to a bridge that should take them to Elmer. Meanwhile, Timmy and Crocker come across a group of gingerbread men, who are willing to help them. Just then, a starving Crocker bites off the head of one of the gingerbread men, causing them to become angry and they chase them instead. The two of them eventually reach the other five and they escape and camp for the night. The following day, they come across the bridge, which is heavily damaged. The fairies help the others over, however, the gingerbread men come, and in an attempt to get Crocker over, Timmy falls down. When they think it is the end, an unscathed Timmy gets up using candy canes given to him earlier by Santa.

They eventually reach Elmer's place. Upon arriving, Timmy asks Elmer why he is on the naughty list when he has been granting wishes for others. Elmer explains that his fairies are the ones granting wishes for others and that his wishes are causing more bad than good, supported by a series of clips presented by Elmer. Having proven his point, Elmer refuses to take Timmy's name off the naughty list and leaves. Timmy and the others are upset that they couldn't fix Christmas. However, Crocker opens up to Timmy and explains that he respects him for having the courage to risk his life for Christmas. Elmer overhears this, and surprised that Timmy was able to even warm Crocker's heart, he changes his mind and takes Timmy's name off the naughty list. Timmy and the others then take Elmer's vehicle to get back to the workshop.

They realize that without Christmas spirit, The Evil Winter Warlock (negativity and depression) has covered the whole planet. The elves explain that Timmy has a very small chance of saving Christmas now that Winter Warlock has blocked the path out of the North Pole. Timmy quickly puts on Santa's clothing, restoring power to the workshop, and gives orders to everyone else to prepare all the gifts. When they are ready, they find that all of the reindeer are missing (because of Mr. Crocker, who unintentionally released all of them in an attempt to stay hidden). They decide to use the magic van as a substitute. They barely manage to make it through Winter Warlock's Wrath and give all the presents to everyone.

On Christmas Day, Santa returns to normal and realizes that all of his work has been done by Timmy. After Santa gets back into his clothes, they all party. Despite not getting off the naughty list, Crocker gets his first-ever Christmas present (a new tie that looks exactly like the one he already has, which he loves) and Timmy and Tootie kiss under the mistletoe. Poof then flies up to the screen and says "God bless us, everyone." Cosmo and Wanda then fly up to the screen. Wanda says "No fairies were harmed in the making of this movie," but Cosmo says he got a paper cut. The films ends with Mr. Turner finally getting a pony who poops ice cream.

Cast[edit]

Main article: List of The Fairly OddParents characters

Production[edit]

Twenty days after the premiere of A Fairly Odd Movie: Grow Up, Timmy Turner! on Nickelodeon, The Fairly OddParents creator and film writer Butch Hartman tweeted that he was working on ideas for a sequel to Grow Up, Timmy Turner! On March 14, 2012, during Nickelodeon's 2012-2013 Upfront, the aforementioned sequel film was announced.

A Fairly Odd Christmas was filmed in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, from March 23 to April 18, 2012.[10] On November 8, Columbia Records and Nickelodeon announced the release of the holiday album Merry Nickmas; the album includes a recording of "Santa Claus is Coming to Town", by Rachel Crow, which would be featured in A Fairly Odd Christmas.[11] On November 9, TV Guide officially announced that the film would premiere on November 30 and released its first trailer.[12] However, on November 16, Nickelodeon changed the premiere date to November 29, and Nickelodeon's official website for the film released a trailer announcing the new airdate.[8] On November 16, Nickelodeon stated, via Twitter, that they would air the film again on November 30.[13]

Reception[edit]

On November 29, 2012, A Fairly Odd Christmas received 4.47 million and a 0.9 rating on 18–49.[4][5]

Accolades[edit]

Sequel[edit]

In 2013, it was announced there would be a third and final installment, titled A Fairly Odd Summer, with Drake Bell and Daniella Monet reprising their roles. The film aired on August 2, 2014.

References[edit]

External links[edit]

Sours: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/A_Fairly_Odd_Christmas

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