The Fairly OddParents: A New Wish (2024) s01e14 Episode Script

Peace of Pizza

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! ♪
Hey, class.
I'm sorry I'm late.
Was just putting
the finishing touches
on our chart for Kindness Day.
Kindness Day
challenges all students
to complete one kind act
over the course of the day.
And there's a prize--
a pizza party!
A-mamma mia.
I'll be using the chart
to track your participation.
Uh-oh, Dev, you dropped
your eraser on the filthy,
filthy ground.
You're welcome.
Mr. Guzman, did you
mark my kind act?
Is it pizza time?
Very good, Hazel.
But the class must
have 100% participation
to get the pizza party.
We either all get
pizza or none of us do.
My fellow
classmates, I humbly
request that you rise to
the challenge of completing
a kind act, just as I
have risen to the top
of Mr. Guzman's head.
Please, if not for the
sake of kindness,
then for the sake of pizza.
Pizza's overrated.
Well, Dev, even if
you don't want pizza,
you'll still help us get it.
Out of the kindness
of your heart?
Out of the what of my what?
Mean old Dev is not gonna
mess this up for everyone.
I wish I could convince Dev to
participate in Kindness Day.
We know just the pea
pod people for the job.
Pea pod.
Pea pod people?
We are the Pe-az,
an intergalactic
peace negotiating team.
I am our strategical leader.
I'm the optimism captain.
He saves his voice
for verbal negotiations.
He's our closer.
How can we help today?
I need to get this
kid, Dev, to participate
in Kindness Day.
But he doesn't want to.
That'll be easy-peasy.
We've been settling human
disputes for centuries--
the Treaty of Versailles,
the Treaty of Westphalia,
and the Burger Fry
Treaty of 1950.
Pizza is the key to
all our negotiations.
But Dev doesn't
care about pizza.
Perhaps you have just not
offered him the right kind.
Everyone cares for pizza.
It's the universe's
most powerful incentive.
So powerful, in fact, that
we have a switch that allows
us to turn it on and off.
Turn pizza off?
As in--
Better to have
no pizza at all
than to have it fall
into the wrong hands.
Brothers, assimilate.
I can taste
the pizza already.
Here's the plan.
You, Cosmo, and Wanda will
create opportunities for Dev
to be kind.
And we'll make sure
he follows through.
I wish Dev had extra
milk he could spare.
Fellow classmate,
my brother likes milk
and did not get any today.
It seems you have a
surplus of it, hmm?
Hazmat, did you
put them up to this?
If you share with us,
we will share our many
pizza bagel-o's with you.
But that's just pizza
with a hole in it.
My beautiful wife.
She had so much
life ahead of her.
Cosmo, I'm right here.
Don't cry over spilled milk.
That child just turned
down pizza bagel-o's?
Oh, man, the pizzas
for the party are here,
and Dev still hasn't
done a kind act.
We gotta step it up.
I wish the Pe-az
had something big to carry.
Then Dev could do a kind act
by holding the door for them.
Coming right up.
Excuse me, uh, kind sir.
Would you hold the door for us?
These are quite
awkward to carry.
What do I look
like, a doorstop?
If you help us, we will share
some of our ice cream pizza
with you.
Pizza and ice cream?
Double pass.
Who are you?
Tsk, tsk, tsk, tsk.
We must switch tactics.
You don't mean the closer?
Hazel, I hope you understand
the gravity of this situation.
Out of the 293 negotiations
we've mediated,
I've only had to
participate in three.
They call me the
closer for a reason.
After this meeting,
I can assure you
that Dev will participate
in Kindness Day,
and you will get
that pizza party.
I'll be out in 30
minutes or less.
Oh, we aren't going with him?
You don't want
to be in there.
He plays hardball
in his negotiations.
We're talking
counting down from five,
throwing tantrums, asking
the same question over
and over and over again.
Sounds about right.
Get your Parmesan
ready, squirt.
Looks like you're gonna get
that pizza party after all.
There he is, our champion.
He out-negotiated me.
I don't know what happened.
It was going just
fine until he said,
teeny little greedy who has to
do whatever I says says what.
And-- and--
What did you say?
I said, what.
we're sorry we failed you.
The rules of negotiation
state that we
must join forces with anyone
who out-negotiates us.
So you're on his side now?
Well, well, well.
Would you look at that?
Now I have the pizza
and your little friends.
You'll never get your
pizza party now, Hatchet.
Action News 4 at 4:00.
And we're rolling.
Live at Dimmadelphia in
Richmond Academy, where
Hazel Wells and
Dev Dimmadome are
in a greasy pizza negotiation.
Will they reach a resolution
before the cheese grows cold?
Hey, listen, Dev.
I'm gonna push a
wagon into the room.
You place the
pizza on the wagon.
Send it back out.
We can put this whole
thing behind us.
Where's the pizza?
And now, more news.
Thoughts on the pizza.
You think Hazel can
get it back from Dev?
At this point, I think
it'd be easier to get
our own pizza from Saucy's.
Dev, I have someone here
that wants to talk to you.
Now what's she doing?
She's trying to use
someone close to you
to appeal to your emotions.
No one's close to me.
Um, hello, son.
It is I, your father, Deli.
It's Dale.
I mean Dale.
You took off work for this?
Um, sure.
It means so much
that you would--
Who are you?
Dill-- Pickle--
Never Dad.
Dev, wait.
That's it.
I'm done playing these games.
You three, you know a lot about
negotiations for some reason.
How do I end this?
You could take pizza
off the table completely.
Our pizza switch
has the ability to get
rid of all pizza in the world.
How could you?
The rules say we are
to be on his side now.
For some reason,
even more news.
Presto pesto.
Sources report that all the
pizza in the world is gone.
Any-a minute now.
I swear it wasn't
me this time.
Any-a minute now.
Take-a your time.
A-pizza is a patience.
I won.
There's no more boxes of
pizza in the cafeteria.
No more pizza in the world.
It's over.
On Kindness Day?
Everyone loves pizza, Dev.
Not everyone.
I'm lactose intolerant.
If we won that
pizza party, I'd
have to watch you all
eat the pizza in my face
and go on and on
about how ooey
and gooey and greasy
and tasty it is.
Like I said, pass.
If I can't have
pizza, no one can.
But, Dev,
we could have ordered
you some lactose-free pizza.
I thought that
was just a myth.
It's very real and very good.
But you would have
to turn that pizza
switch back on to get some.
And we both know
you won't do that.
She's using an advanced
negotiation technique--
reverse psychology.
But will he go for it?
It worked.
He turned the pizza back on.
Bringing pizza back counts
as a kind act in my book.
Yes! Whoo-hoo!
You know, Dev, I sure wish
we had some pizza for you
right now.
I've got a
cashew cheese pizza
here for a Dev Dimmadome.
It's just like you
said it would be--
ooey and gooey
and greasy and tasty.
Uh, I mean, it's OK.
And that's the story of the
most difficult negotiation
Earth has ever seen.
The Lactose Treaty
of Dimmadelphia.
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