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TV Shows for Kids: Nickelodeon's The Fairly OddParents
The Fairly OddParents is one of the most popular animated television shows for kids. The show first aired on Nickelodeon on March 30, 2001.
The Fairly OddParents takes place in a town called Dimmsdale, the home of a ten-year-old boy named Timmy Turner. The show follows Timmy's struggles with other characters including Vicky (his babysitter), Mr. Crocker (his strange teacher), Francis (the school bully), and several magical creatures.
To help Timmy Turner get through his struggles, he has two fairy godparents, Cosmo and Wanda. Cosmo and Wanda grant Timmy wishes and make sure that he is always happy. Cosmo and Wanda are Timmy's "Fairly OddParents," a play on the term "fairy godparents." Cosmo and Wanda's entertaining personalities lead to some crazy ideas to ensure Timmy's happiness. Timmy is the only person who can see them because they change themselves into other items when they are in public.
The show features many other characters that each have their comical personality to try and get any child watching the show to pass a smile or, in many cases, start rolling on the floor laughing. Some of the other characters in the show are:
A.J. Ibrahim: He is one of Timmy's best friends. He has a science lab inside his room where he plans to clone himself.
Chester McBadbat: He is another one of Timmy's best friends. He is a very dirty character and enjoys anything involving filth.
Vicky: She is Timmy's evil babysitter who can't seem to leave him alone no matter what.
While The Fairly OddParents appears to try and pass across a moral at the end of episodes, most children watching the show probably do not notice. Instead, children watching the show are cracking up at the jokes and silly events in the show that are clearly targeted at a younger audience. The Fairly OddParents is a terrific show made for young kids and its ratings in the past are enough to verify that. At one point, The Fairly OddParents even passed SpongeBob SquarePants as the top show at Nickelodeon, although the run at number one did not last too long.