History WesternAnimation / JimmyTimmyPowerHour

25th Jul '17 9:06:10 AM tropower
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* WhatHappenedToTheMouse: Other than the previously mentioned hypnotism in the first special, In "When Nerds Collide", Timmy changes the sign in Crocker's liar to read The Timmy Cave, in order to convince everyone it is his lab. This is never undone.

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* WhatHappenedToTheMouse: Other than the previously mentioned hypnotism in the first special, In "When Nerds Collide", Timmy changes the sign in Crocker's liar lair to read The Timmy Cave, in order to convince everyone it is his lab. This is never undone.
25th Jul '17 9:00:19 AM tropower
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It all starts in the first special, when Timmy, in need of a good science project, wishes to go to "the greatest lab in the universe", and Cosmo and Wanda transport him to Jimmy's not-so-secret lab. An accidental meeting between the two results in Jimmy getting transported to Timmy's world, where he mistakenly believes Cosmo and Wanda are holographic supercomputers (because he thinks Timmy is also a genius), and Mr. Crocker steals his transportation device, which he then uses to take over Fairy World. Back in Retroville, Timmy develops mutual affections for Cindy Vortex and accidentally turns Goddard into a killer robot. The boys eventually manage to solve their respective problems and return to their own worlds, and all ends well...

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It all starts in the first special, when Timmy, in need of a good science project, wishes to go to "the greatest lab in the universe", and Cosmo and Wanda transport him to Jimmy's not-so-secret lab. An accidental meeting between the two results in Jimmy getting transported to Timmy's world, where he mistakenly believes Cosmo and Wanda are some kind of advanced holographic supercomputers computer programs (because he thinks Timmy is also a genius), and Mr. Crocker steals his transportation device, which he then uses to take over Fairy World. Back in Retroville, Timmy develops mutual affections for Cindy Vortex and accidentally turns Goddard into a killer robot.robot based on "Decimator", his favorite video game. The boys eventually manage to solve their respective problems and return to their own worlds, and all ends well...
25th Jul '17 8:56:58 AM tropower
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It all starts in the first special, when Timmy, in need of a good science project, wishes to go to the greatest lab in the multiverse, and Cosmo and Wanda transport him to Jimmy's not-so-secret lab. An accidental meeting between the two results in Jimmy getting transported to Timmy's world, where he mistakenly believes Cosmo and Wanda are holographic supercomputers (because he thinks Timmy is also a genius), and Mr. Crocker steals his transportation device, which he then uses to take over Fairy World. Back in Retroville, Timmy develops mutual affections for Cindy Vortex and accidentally turns Goddard into a killer robot. The boys eventually manage to solve their respective problems and return to their own worlds, and all ends well...

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It all starts in the first special, when Timmy, in need of a good science project, wishes to go to the "the greatest lab in the multiverse, universe", and Cosmo and Wanda transport him to Jimmy's not-so-secret lab. An accidental meeting between the two results in Jimmy getting transported to Timmy's world, where he mistakenly believes Cosmo and Wanda are holographic supercomputers (because he thinks Timmy is also a genius), and Mr. Crocker steals his transportation device, which he then uses to take over Fairy World. Back in Retroville, Timmy develops mutual affections for Cindy Vortex and accidentally turns Goddard into a killer robot. The boys eventually manage to solve their respective problems and return to their own worlds, and all ends well...
19th Mar '17 1:12:58 PM nombretomado
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''The Jimmy Timmy Power Hours'' are a trilogy of hour-length specials produced for and aired on {{Nickelodeon}} in 2004 and 2006. As suggested by the title, they are a series of {{Crossover}}s between two of the network's most popular cartoons, the ''[[Westernanimation/TheAdventuresOfJimmyNeutronBoyGenius Jimmy Neutron]]'' franchise and ''WesternAnimation/TheFairlyOddparents''.

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''The Jimmy Timmy Power Hours'' are a trilogy of hour-length specials produced for and aired on {{Nickelodeon}} {{Creator/Nickelodeon}} in 2004 and 2006. As suggested by the title, they are a series of {{Crossover}}s between two of the network's most popular cartoons, the ''[[Westernanimation/TheAdventuresOfJimmyNeutronBoyGenius Jimmy Neutron]]'' franchise and ''WesternAnimation/TheFairlyOddparents''.
17th Mar '17 6:10:17 PM BobSaget9
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* NeverSayDie

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* NeverSayDieNeverSayDie: In the second special, Jimmy pretends to kill Timmy by "wishing" that "Timmy Turner was gone".
17th Mar '17 6:08:57 PM BobSaget9
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* DeadlyEuphemism: Jimmy unintentionally invokes this trope when asking what damage Crocker would do to Timmy's "computer simulation" in the first special:
-->'''Cosmo''': Wait, fudge-head, you can't leave us! Crocker's going to-
-->'''Jimmy''': Zap the memory? Wipe the C drive?
** "Timmy, you have to stop him! He's going to let Crocker wipe our C drive, whatever that means, and I like to wipe my own stuff!"


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* NeverSayDie
17th Mar '17 6:04:00 PM BobSaget9
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* ForWantOfANail: The first special owes its existence to Timmy's Auto-Poofer.


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* WhatMeasureIsANonHuman: Because Jimmy believed Cosmo, Wanda, and the entirety of Fairy World was a computer simulation, he was ''totally'' willing to leave and let Crocker wreck it. It takes Timmy reminding Jimmy of Goddard and seeing Cosmo and Wanda in total fear to make him change his mind.
17th Mar '17 5:57:48 PM BobSaget9
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** During the climax of the first special, Jimmy [[AsideGlance states to the audience]] that he ''[[BlatantLies totally]]'' knew that [[spoiler:the Big Wand wasn't turning back on because [[CuttingTheKnot it wasn't plugged in]]]].

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** During the climax of the first special, Jimmy [[AsideGlance states to the audience]] that he ''[[BlatantLies totally]]'' knew that [[spoiler:the reason that the Big Wand wasn't turning back on was because [[CuttingTheKnot it wasn't plugged in]]]].
17th Mar '17 5:57:00 PM BobSaget9
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** During the climax of the first special, Jimmy [[AsideGlance states to the audience]] that he ''[[BlatantLies totally]]'' knew that [[spoiler:the Big Wand wasn't turning back on because [[CuttingTheKnot it wasn't plugged in]]]].
4th Mar '17 8:43:11 AM LloydNebulon
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* AnAesop: Each special has one:
** The first one is about being considerate towards others.
** The second one is about putting aside your differences.
** The third one is about how important it is to have new friends, but not neglecting your old ones.



* ContinuityNod: Jimmy mentions in ''When Nerds Collide!'' that Professor Calamitous must have escaped the time of dinosaurs, where he was left with several other ''Jimmy Neutron'' villains in "League of Villains". Also, his original partner is Dr. Moist, a one-off villain from an episode that [[OutOfOrder hadn't aired at the time.]]

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* ContinuityNod: Jimmy mentions in ''When Nerds Collide!'' that Professor Calamitous must have escaped the time of dinosaurs, where he was left with several other ''Jimmy Neutron'' villains in "League of Villains". Also, his original partner is Dr. Moist, a one-off villain from an episode that [[OutOfOrder hadn't aired at the time.]] "The Evil Beneath".
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