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Timmy's now an Adult Child whom no one understands...

A Fairly Odd Movie: Grow Up, Timmy Turner! is a Made for TV Movie that is the second Live Action Adaptation of one of Nickelodeon's cartoons - in this case, The Fairly Odd Parents.

The film is set thirteen years following the events depicted in the original series, but nothing has changed for Timmy (played here by Drake Bell) except for his physical age now being 23. He still lives at home with his parents, attends Mr. Crocker's fifth grade class, and rides a tiny children's bicycle to school. Timmy's arrested development stems from his desire to keep his fairy godfamily, Cosmo, Wanda, and Poof, for as long as possible. "Da Rules" state that every child must eventually give up his or her Fairy Godparents when they become an adult, but Timmy has found a loophole around this rule by acting like a child.

But Timmy's carefree life takes an unexpected change when he comes across his former Stalker with a Crush, Tootie (Daniella Monet), who has grown up to become a brave, beautiful nature-loving woman. While seeing Tootie protesting the plans of an evil oil tycoon named Hugh J. Magnate Jr. to tear down the old Dimmsdale Park, Timmy finds himself developing romantic feelings for her, and he has to decide whether he keep being a child to keep the fairy family he has known for so long, or grow up and be with the woman he loves. As if that isn't enough, Magnate joins forces with Mr. Crocker to capture Cosmo, Wanda, and Poof, planning to use them to fuel his maniacal ambition.

The film first aired July 9, 2011. A sequel titled "A Fairly Odd Christmas" is planned for holiday 2012. The movie will feature Drake Bell and Daniella Monet reprising their roles as Timmy and Tootie.

Tropes used in A Fairly Odd Movie: Grow Up, Timmy Turner! include:
  • Adult Fear: Seeing Cosmo and Wanda slowly dying as they're drained of their magic is bad. Seeing Poof, a baby, slowly dying as he's drained of his magic is absolutely terrifying.
  • All There in the Script: Timmy's classmates who alert him about Tootie being kidnapped are named Mouse, Howie, Katie, and Ravi. Mouse is the only one who is addressed by name onscreen.
  • Arson, Murder, and Jaywalking: To try and get Tootie to marry Timmy, his parents offer her money, livestock, and raisins.
  • The Artifact: Vicky, Chester, and AJ. None of them are in the original cut. In the extended version, Vicky doesn't even have a minute of screentime, and the latter two have about three minutes.
  • Big Bad: Hugh J. Magnate Jr.
  • Big Damn Heroes: Timmy saving Tootie from falling off the bridge and into the bottomless ball pit by swinging on a rope and grabbing her.
  • The Big Damn Kiss: Timmy and Tootie kiss toward the end of the movie, which causes Timmy to lose his fairies.... temporarily.
  • Big Damn Movie: As per usual with Fairly Oddparents movies.
  • Bottomless Pits: Magnate wishes up a bottomless ball pit, fitting with his Psychopathic Manchild personality.
    • Though it's not truly bottomless- Crocker lands in the Turners' front yard at the end.
  • Brick Joke: Crocker falling down the bottomless ball pit.
  • Broad Strokes: How the movie approaches most of the series' continuity. The characters and the premise are mostly intact, but the details of particular episodes are often lost.
  • Call Back: The entire premise of Timmy acting like a kid to keep his Fairy God Parents is one to an episode in season two called "The Big Problem!", where Timmy wishes himself to be an adult and nearly loses his fairies since only kids can have them, but exploits a loophole that an adult that is a 'kid at heart' can keep his fairies.
  • Casting Gag: Daran Norris as Timmy's Dad, who voiced him in the series and was modeled after him.
  • Catch Phrase: Chester: "Jealous?"
  • Chekhov's Gun: Timmy's toy yo-yo is later used by Tootie to escape from the cage.
  • Chewing the Scenery: Jorgen, Crocker, and Magnate for sure. Vicky as well. That scenery must be delicious!
  • Childhood Memory Demolition Team: Magnate and his men trying to tear down the Dimmsdale Dogwood, which Tootie chains herself to.
  • Composite Character: Magnate seems to be a combination of Doug Dimmadome (Oil Tycoon) and Flappy Bob (Businessman with Daddy Issues).
  • Corrupt Corporate Executive: Magnate, the Big Bad.
  • Creator Cameo: Butch Hartman appears as the maitre d'.
  • Distant Finale: The events of the movie take place thirteen years after the cartoon's time frame.
  • Dramatic Curtain Toss: When Hugh J. Magnate Jr. reveals his concepts for the mine.
  • Duet Bonding: Drake Bell (Timmy) and Daniella Monet (Tootie) sing the song "Lookin' Like Magic", which plays during their date montage.
  • Everything's Better with Motorcycles: Timmy "borrows" one in order to get to Magnate's hideout.
  • Eye Pop: Cosmo and Wanda do this in sync with Timmy's Spit Take.
  • Freudian Excuse: In the scene where they first visit Magnate's evil lair, he starts to explain the reason his evil lair is "colorful" because he didn't have a childhood because his father made him work as a kid and didn't allow him to have friends.
  • Friend Versus Lover: The main premise of the movie: Timmy has to choose between keeping his fairies or being with Tootie. Timmy ultimately chooses to grow up and be with Tootie. Because of this, and how much Timmy loved his fairies, Jorgen ultimately allows him to keep them, on the condition that he's less selfish with them.
  • Getting Crap Past the Radar: Hearing Tootie mutter "Oh, balls!" in frustration is a little bit jarring, considering it's a Nickelodeon production. Although considering that Daniella is part of the cast of Victorious it's not that much of a stretch. Of course, she's dangling over a bottomless ball pit at the moment, but still it's a little odd.
    • "I got a tooty fruity with fudge on top!"
  • Granola Girl: Tootie has become interested in helping animals and the environment.
  • Growing Up Sucks: Ultimately subverted. As Timmy ends up being happy grown up, and thanks to how much he loved his fairies, Jorgen adds a loophole so he can keep them. Timmy and Tootie then use them to help others at the end of the film.
  • Hoist by His Own Petard: Crocker
  • Instant Plunder, Just Add Pirates: The pirate battle at the beginning.
  • If You Die, I Call Your Stuff: During the pirate battle at the beginning, Cosmo asks him "If you die, can I have your bike?"
  • Kissing in a Tree: Timmy and Tootie sit together and nearly kiss in the dogwood tree that Tootie saved earlier, but are interrupted by Wanda. If one looks very closely, they can also see names carved on the tree: Timmy/Tootie and Timmy's Dad/Timmy's Mom, the latter being quite humorous when one considers it was probably written there before Timmy was even born.
    • Fridge Logic: In one episode, it is revealed Timmy's parents had mom and dad as their nicknames, and they liked the name "Timmy".
  • Key Under the Doormat: How Chester opens the door to Magnate's headquarters.
  • Large Ham: Again, Jorgen, Crocker, and Magnate.
    • And when she appears, Vicky.
  • Live Action Adaptation
  • Loophole Abuse: How Timmy manages to keep his fairies for so long since as long as he acts like a kid, hes allowed to keep them (this is also sort of a Call Back to the first episode which also used this.) Jorgen ultimately uses this as well to let the fairies stay with Timmy.
  • Magic Skirt: Tootie has one when she flips over the barrier, rushing to the tree.
  • Man Child: Timmy Turner, referenced by name from Crocker. Also Magnate when get his hands on the fairies power, but of the evil and insane kind.
  • Mecha-Mooks: Magnate uses Cosmo, Wanda, and Poof to wish one up out of an action figure.
  • Medium Awareness: Twice in the movie, Timmy briefly recalls how Tootie looked as a kid using a thought balloon, and both times, Cosmo, Wanda and Poof see it coming and move out of the camera to give it space.
  • My Name Is Not Durwood: Magnate doesn't bother to remember Tootie's name.

 Tootie: The name's not Saffron Sippin' Grass Gurglin' anything; it's Tootie!

  • Nice Hat: Timmy loses his trademark pink hat midway through the film, but Tootie gets him a fedora (which is also pink) to replace it.
    • Howie also wears one, as does Ravi.
  • Noodle Incident: Magnate's remark about people like Tootie moving when he tries to tear what they're protecting down...most of the time, implies he's actually gone through with it when they haven't moved... What exactly happened to them and how Magnate wasn't in prison for this has never been explained.
  • Not-So-Harmless Villain: Mr. Crocker.
  • One-Scene Wonder: Jason Alexander and Cheryl Hines as human Cosmo and Wanda, much to the disappointment of many who felt they were much better than the CGI fairies with their TV voices that were used through most of the film.
  • Opt Out: Magnate's assistant chooses to leave before the climax really gets going.
  • Potty Emergency: Timmy wishes for Crocker to have "the atomic runs".
  • Psychopathic Manchild: Magnate turns out to be one.
  • Right-Hand-Cat: Or in Magnate's case, a bunny
  • Running Gag: Jorgen trying (and failing) to hit Timmy with Cupid's arrows.
  • She Is All Grown Up: Tootie.
  • Shipper on Deck: Mostly inverted - Cosmo & Wanda spend much of the first half of the movie trying to prevent Timmy and Tootie from getting together, as it would make Timmy grow up and lose them. But this begins to change after the below-mentioned What the Hell, Hero? moment, and by the end of the film, they're happy that Timmy and Tootie are finally together.
  • Shout-Out:
    • Crocker tells Magnate to meet him at a restaurant at the corner of Hall and Oates.
    • The Wishful Thinking van taking off into the sky at the end mimics the closing shot from Back to The Future.
  • Spaghetti Kiss: Crocker and Magnate almost share one during their initial meeting.

 Crocker: I didn't plan this to happen.


 Cosmo: Good evening, everyone. We're your perfectly normal not-magic-fairy human waiters with unbelievably super-hairy legs and underarms!

  • Throw the Dog a Bone: Mr. Crocker gets taken seriously for a change.
  • Title Drop: Tootie gives one of these after Timmy denies her a kiss after things started to move for them romantically.
  • Trailers Always Spoil: A behind-the-scenes promo posted on Nickelodeon's website shows a brief shot of the scene where Tootie meets Cosmo, Wanda & Poof. Indeed, the trailers shoved so much in - right before the show started - you had to ignore the screen.
  • The Triple: Timmy's parents attempt to offer gifts to Tootie:

 Mr. Turner: We'll give you money!

Mrs. Turner: Livestock!

Mr. Turner: Raisins!