The Fairly OddParents: A New Wish (2024) s01e01 Episode Script


Hazel moved to the city,
feeling all alone ♪
Till her whole life changed
with a pair quite strange ♪
'Cause in reality ♪
They're her new OddParents,
Fairly OddParents ♪
- Wands and wings ♪
- Floaty crowny things ♪
Fairly OddParents ♪
A new wish
for magic hijinks ♪
Fish guy, pizza fries ♪
dirt bike rides ♪
Ghost snoops, major whoops ♪
Baryonyx, time loops ♪
Pretty great,
you've got it made ♪
With Fairly OddParents! ♪
Clifford, Rhonda, Louise,
Smoothie, and Garfunkel,
welcome to your new home!
I know.
You're overwhelmed.
We're in a new city
having to make new friends,
and our big brother Antony
left us for college.
Well, he's my brother,
not yours.
But we've got to roll
with the punches.
Toughen up, rocks!
We're not little kids anymore.
We're 10!
Double digits.
We can handle this!
I wish Antony were here
to help me unpack
and keep me from talking
to a bunch of rocks.
Bah, bah,
bah, bah, bah, bah ♪
'Tis I, the Good Rock Fairy,
Since you are so kind
and true of heart
and cute and spunky,
I've decided to grant you
one wish!
Thanks, Rocktilda.
I am pretty great, aren't I?
I'd like to wish
for unlimited wishes!
That wasn't the deal!
Too late, ya doink!
You've been outsmarted.
Now start granting!
Hazel, how are things
progressing in there?
- Need any help, Hazelnut?
- I'm fine. Thanks.
If you are a fairy,
you can tell me.
I'll follow the rules
and just make the one wish.
I just want
my brother here, OK?
Yeah, that's what I thought.
Is that him?
Is Antony visiting early?
Ah, no running
in the house, please.
It's an apartment!
Oh, wha--
your crown is showing.
Hi there!
I'm Cosmo!
- I'm Wanda.
- And we're
Your next-door neighbors!
Uh, hi, I'm Hazel.
Angela Wells.
A pleasure.
- Marcus Wells.
- We got you a welcome basket!
Ooh, a jar of pennies.
Keep going.
- A can of condensed milk.
- Grr!
There's more
where that came from.
A Venus flytrap?
The best is yet to come.
And a portrait of you two?
You're welcome.
Ah, how thoughtful.
Would you like to come in?
we have to be invited in.
- You're thinking of vampires.
- Oh.
So what is it you do?
I'm a therapist
and author as well.
Oh, well, feel free
to take that home with you
and give it a read.
Wow, a smart person present.
Thank you!
- And what do you do, Hazel?
- Well, I'm a child,
so I mostly go to school.
- Makes sense.
What about you two?
Oh, we're just
your basic retired couple.
Living out our days couponing
and eating dinner at 4:00 p.m.
Yes, hello, baby.
I see you and I value you.
No, Mom!
The neighbors, they're--
- Shh. Later, pudding pop.
So what brings you
to Dimmadelphia?
I took a teaching position
over at the Galax Institute.
- Ooh, sounds fancy.
- What are you teaching?
- Dad! Dad! Daddy!
- Later, baby.
I'm a parascience expert.
I study the unexplained.
Unnatural phenomena,
if you will.
The unexplained
and unnatural?
Like magic?
See, what you call "magic,"
I call
yet-to-be-explained science.
My life's work
is to unravel these mysteries.
Crop circles, ghosts,
mysterious creatures.
Like odd creatures?
- Fairly odd creatures?
- With wands?
And wings?
And floaty crown-y things?
I guess.
Goodness! Look at the time.
Gotta go!
welcome to the building.
We probably
won't be seeing you much.
It's a big building.
OK, bye!
A parascience expert next door!
What are the odds?
Think they suspect anything?
Oh, no, I think
we handled that just right.
Played it nice and cool.
- Well, that was strange.
- You're telling me!
Did you see--
Some people are put off
by the unconventional nature
of my work.
- Aw, Hazel.
I hope you
aren't too disappointed
that wasn't your brother.
- Antony! Right.
Well, he'll be here tomorrow.
Plus, I start school,
so the time will fly by!
I'm proud of you, Hazelnut.
Yes, you've been
very mature about the move.
You know what?
I put you at a level 9
on the Be Wells Scale
of Self-Actualization.
Trademark pending.
That's me!
Level 9 maturity girl.
I'm new, and
everything's gonna be fine--
Just take a deep breath, Hazel.
You're great!
People love new things
like new shoes
and new movies
and new car smell.
That's me!
I'm that new car smell.
Class, this is Hazel.
She just moved here.
- Hiya.
Tell us a bit
about yourself, Hazel.
Um, I moved here
from the suburbs.
It was a lot different there.
I like collecting things,
like rocks because they rock!
I also love French fries.
And I have a really cool
older brother.
He's my best friend.
He just started college,
and this is the first time
we've been apart,
but he's visiting today
and it will totally make up
for the fact that no one
laughed at my rock joke.
You have been a great audience!
Thank you, Hazel.
That was a great share.
"I love French fries
and my older brother
and literal rocks."
Picking a empty table
where no one else is ♪
Hey there.
Sorry if we got off on
the wrong foot earlier, Hoozle.
I'm Dev Dimmadome,
son of tech mogul
and owner of
the Dimmadome Gl0bodome,
Dale Dimmadome.
- OK.
And grandson
of real estate mogul
and owner of
the Dimmsdale Dimmadome,
Doug Dimmadome.
I'm gonna own a company
and a sports arena too.
Haven't decided which one
or where, but it's in my blood.
Oh, and these are my drones,
O-PAIR 1 and O-PAIR 2.
Let me give you
a quick who's who
of the other fifth graders.
That's Trev, he's my bud,
so he probably won't give you
the time of day.
That's Winn, they're cool.
You don't stand a chance.
That's Bev, she does soccer
and insists
on calling it football.
- Yay!
- Football!
That's Jasmine,
sings a lot, sounds terrible.
Laaa-ahh-ahh ♪
That's Kev,
kind of a big deal.
He's the face of Ya Boix
sparkling Water.
That's Whispers Fred.
He has a trending
DimmVid channel doing ASMR.
Gives me the creeps,
but I respect the hustle.
And you, Hizzle?
You're the no-brain new girl
who just sat in wet paint.
Found myself a closet ♪
Gonna finish up in here ♪
Antony visiting
will make everything OK ♪
la-la-la-la ♪
A coupon for a dentist!
Oh! A realtor's flyer
bragging about
how much their last house
sold for!
- A magazine for retirees!
- That's us!
Oh, how was
your first day, pumpkin?
Fine. Good.
It was fine.
When's Antony coming?
Oh, have you boarded?
Oh, no.
Antony can't come.
Oh, there's a big storm.
All the planes
have been grounded.
OK, you're on speaker, Ant.
Hi, Antony!
Can you come
next weekend instead?
I'm sorry, small fry.
I won't be able to get away
until the holiday break.
But that's so far away!
I need help
with my room and--
We understand, Antony.
- Love you.
- Be safe.
Make good choices.
Hazel, are you OK?
I'm fine!
I'm always fine!
I'm being mature, right?
Level 100 Queen Maturity
or whatever I said yesterday!
Our poor baby.
There's so much change.
Let's give her
a moment to process.
She'll come to us
in her own time.
Gonna pack a bag ♪
Gonna leave this town ♪
Go see Antony ♪
Turn around this frown ♪
Yeah! ♪
Running away, running away ♪
Not in a bad way like on TV ♪
But in a good way
'cause it's me ♪
And I know what I'm doing ♪
Did you hear that?
Oh, for the last time,
we do not have a ghost.
What you doing?
- Going on a trip?
- Oh.
Uh, yeah. Yes.
Without your parents?
They're coming, um, later.
Oh, hey, I wonder
if you guys have more mail.
Maybe you should check.
- Ooh.
Oh, you think?
They're sending
their 10-year-old
ahead of them on a vacation?
Yes, it's space camp.
And at the end of the week,
they come and see me
take off in a rocket.
I've always wanted
to go to space.
So if your parents
definitely know about this,
then I guess you'd be OK
with us heading up
and saying congrats.
OK, fine.
I'm not going to space camp.
Oh, no!
Since when?
Did you fail the physical?
- I was never going.
I just don't want
to be here anymore.
I want to see my brother.
Aw, you can't run away
on your own, kiddo.
I tried to be OK
with everything.
Did I complain
when my brother went
all the way across the country
for college?
Did I complain
when my parents decided
to blow up my whole life
by moving? No!
But I had not a good day,
and all I wanted
was a visit from my brother.
And now he can't come
because of some stupid storm!
Well, I'm done with everything
not being up to me.
If Antony can't come to me,
I'm going to him!
Cosmo, are you thinking
what I'm thinking?
Oh, Cosmo!
Should we come out retir--
She's making a run
for space camp!
- Yike!
- We can't let you do this.
She's getting away!
Let us help, Hazel.
Appreciate the thought,
but no thanks.
- Huh? Hazel!
- No!
Does this bus
go to the airport?
This ain't a real bus, kid.
It's a prop.
- What?
And I'm no bus driver.
I'm an actor.
We're filming
a new Crimson Chin movie.
"Chinfinty War."
And action!
Oh, I wish
She said the magic word.
- I wish
- Eeh.
She said it again.
You know what happens
when we hear the magic word.
I wish I could just fly
to Antony myself.
Wanda, I feel itchy!
We're back, baby!
Uh, What was that?
What's happening?
Why am I a fly?
And why are you flying?
Well, I'm Cosmo.
That's Wanda.
And we're fairies!
No, no.
This can't be real.
- Oh, we're real, all right.
- Real fairies, that is.
Not real humans.
Not real human skin.
We got this
stretchy skin instead.
And nothing inside our bodies.
And our legs don't match!
But you were just--
and how am I--
The intensity of your wish
activated our magic!
We used to be
fairy godparents to kids,
but we've been retired
for 10,000 years.
Traveling the world
through space and time.
Exploring the wonders
of ancient Rome
before it collapsed.
Hobnobbing with aristocracy
in 18th century France.
Witnessing this guy
get sworn into the presidency.
Ah, those were the days.
Just take me back, Wanda.
Take me back!
Point is, Hazel,
we're magic and--
Ooh, come back.
We got to get you back
to your loving parents
before they realize
you're gone and panic.
And preferably not as a fly?
My mail!
My dogs!
Oh! Ah! Wah!
Ah! Ugh, ah!
Hey, my expensive stroller.
I mean, my baby!
That fly is about to fly
right out of our sight
if we don't hurry.
Hazel, slow down!
- I'm going to see Antony,
and nothing can stop me!
French fries!
Crispy golden, Russet potatoes.
Lightly salted
with a hint of ketchup.
Wanda, I have an idea.
Or you might say a fry-dea.
- OK.
Let's sneak you back
to your room
and change you back
before your parents realize
you're not at space camp.
space camp was never--
Ugh, you know what?
Never mind.
- We can't let them know
- Can't let them see
That Hazel's a--
- Hi.
- Hi.
Oh, hello.
What can I do you for?
Marcus, sorry to visit you
on the fly like this.
I mean, with the fly.
I mean, we had
a quick question about--
Your crown molding.
Do you have a minute?
- Uh, sure, of course.
And Angela too.
In one room!
So how's about that weather?
Oh, it's nice.
We like it.
Uh, taxes?
They're necessary
to a functioning society?
I went through a car wash
the other day.
It was riveting!
I'm gonna let you out
and turn you back
into a human Hazel.
Uh-huh. Uh-huh.
I'm coming, Antony!
Plant Hazel?
Toaster Hazel?
And the soapy water
creates a beautiful rainbow
of color
across the windshield.
Oh, blue and purple
and pink and hot pink
and bubblegum pink and, uh
Why can't I work this thing?
Cosmo Hazel?
- Ah!
- Ah!
- Ahh!
- The ghost is back.
Oh, no!
Our welcome gift.
Dramatic irony!
Uh, what's wrong with it?
It's going to eat that fly!
The horror!
Look away.
The loss of innocent life.
it's too much to bear.
I guess we didn't consider
the moral implications
of our gift.
Let's give Cosmo a moment
to process his emotions.
Oh, feel your feelings,
Let them flow.
Oh, no!
Oh, no!
Oh, no, no, no, no, no!
Don't move.
In school, I learned that
the hairs of a Venus flytrap
act as sensors.
If anything touches them
for long,
it'll snap shut,
and trap us inside.
So don't freak out.
I said don't freak out!
You can't tell me that
and expect me not to freak out!
What are you doing here
I thought ants
live in colonies.
Why did you leave them?
I'm working.
I smelled sweet nectar.
All ants have specific jobs,
and it's my job to find food.
But doesn't your colony
want you to stay with them?
I love my work,
and they're happy for me.
Sure, we get separated
from each other for a time,
but I always find my way back.
What if you forget
all about them?
Yeah, that'll never happen.
The time I spend away
only makes me appreciate
my colony all the more.
- So you miss them?
You're not just trying
to get away from them?
Nah, girl.
Gotta live my own life.
I'm Toni by the way.
- Toni?
You're now the second
ant Toni I know.
It's nice to meet you.
I'm Hazel.
Pleasure to meet you, Hazel.
See, if it wasn't for my job,
I wouldn't get to meet
cool flies like yourself.
I'm not a fly--
um, I am a fly!
Toni, hold very still.
I'm gonna get us out of here.
- Freedom!
- Ah!
They're alive!
I've never seen a man
so stressed over insects.
Fly Hazel, are you ready
to be human Hazel again?
Make the wish.
- I'm ready.
I wish I was human Hazel again.
Hey, hey.
So long, Ant Toni.
Thanks for the talk!
Hey, baby girl.
I'm glad you decided
to come out of your room.
Me too.
- Hi.
- Hello.
I just wanted to say sorry
for trying to run away early--
Nice place!
Are we even in Dimmadelphia?
Well, the hallway is,
but the house, no.
This is Fairy World.
We have a spell
on the front door
that lets us choose
which world we go out into.
We wanted to try out life
as humans,
but it's hard to give up
the comforts of home.
The last time we lived
in the human world
as godparents,
we lived in a fishbowl
for what felt like 20 years.
it was only seven.
This is amazing!
I can't believe
I live next-door
to actual fairy godparents!
About that,
we know we kind of bungled
your wish to fly today.
But do you think
you'd be interested
in being godkid to a couple
of out-of-practice,
Are you kidding?
Of course, I am!
Today was amazing!
Did you see me?
I flew!
And I ate so many fries.
And I made friends with an ant.
And I realized
although I miss my brother,
he needs to be on his own.
And I could do things
on my own, too.
let's make this official.
I'm Cosmo!
And I'm Wanda!
And we're
My fairy godparents!
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