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"It's time for me to beat the lunch money out of you!"

The school bully of Dimmsdale Elementary. He regularly beats his favorite target, Timmy, to a pulp. Voiced by Faith Abrahams.

  • Barbaric Bully: Provides the page image.
  • The Brute: He's usually just a bully, but in episodes where he's changed through magic, like "Timmy the Barbarian" or "The Big Superhero Wish" he takes on this role a lot more seriously.
  • The Bully: Obviously.
  • Carpet of Virility: Apparently has a lot of back hair.
  • David Versus Goliath: In "Kung Timmy".
  • Demoted to Extra: After Season 6 he appears only as cameos.
  • Dumb Muscle: One of the show's less intelligent characters. Though he claims to be enough of a martial arts expert to teach it.
  • Evil Wears Black: Most of his attire is black.
  • Flat Character: He has the least personality of all the series' recurring antagonists and doesn't even get a motive for his actions.
  • Freudian Excuse: Implied in one episode, which shows his father is a convict.
  • Half-Human Hybrid: As the Bull-E in "The Big Superhero Wish".
  • Held Back in School: Strongly implied as he is stated to be 12 but is shown to be in the same grade as Timmy.
  • Hulk Speak: In "The Big Superhero Wish".
  • Insufferable Imbecile: Not too bright, and certainly not very nice either.
  • Jerkass: Being The Bully and all. He has no redeeming qualities.
  • Jerkass to One: While he picks on just about all the kids, he seems to especially like bullying Timmy.
  • Jerk Jock: Mostly.
  • Kids Are Cruel: He exists only to torment Timmy (and other students) without any reasons if not the evil.
  • A Load of Bull: In "The Big Superhero Wish", he becomes an evil minotaur known as the Bull-E.
  • Mooks: He and his dog Mange in the video game Enter the Cleft!
  • Only One Name: His last name is unknown.
  • Out of Focus: As the series went on, Francis appeared less and less. Since Season 7 onward, he does not make any appearances in the series.
  • The Pigpen: His hygiene definitely leaves something to be desired, to the extent that Timmy has been able to distract him by telling him to look out for soap and hot showers, to which he reacts in fear.
  • Real Men Wear Pink: His room has unicorn posters, and is also a big fan of Britney Britney.
  • Right-Hand Attack Dog: Mange. He eats first graders. They keep his pelt shiny!
  • Scary Teeth: They're green and uneven.
  • Super Strength: In "The Big Superhero Wish", he gains bull-like powers and a tough hide.
  • Uncleanliness Is Next to Ungodliness: His hygiene is absolutely terrible.
  • Would Hit a Girl: Threatens to hit Tootie in "Kung Timmy". Claiming "It's in my book."
    • In "Timvisible", Francis tried to beat every other boy in school and a boy dressed as a girl in a failed attempt to avoid the beating. Sure, the attempt failed mostly (if not only) because Francis saw through the disguise but still, there should be a reason for the boy to believe Francis wouldn't beat a girl.
  • Younger Than They Look: He looks much older and talks in a very deep voice for someone who's supposed to be 12 years of age. Plus he's able to grow back hair as if he's an adult.


    Elmer and Sanjay

Sanjay (on Timmy): Well, we sort of hang out together, but I've never been to his house.

Timmy's back-up friends. Sanjay is a boy from India with a shrill voice. Elmer is a kid with a huge boil on his face. Unknown to most, that boil is sentient, and is always trying to lead Elmer to do evil things. All three are voiced by Dee Bradley Baker.


Trixie's best friend and a member of the popular kids. She clearly wants Trixie's position and schemes to get it. Voiced by Grey DeLisle.

  • Abhorrent Admirer: She secretly likes Timmy, much to the latter's dismay.
  • Ambiguously Bi: She has a hidden crush on Timmy, but she is also obsessed with Trixie and implied to be attracted to her.
  • Beta Bitch: For Trixie.
  • Butt-Monkey: Despite her status as popular kid, most jokes involving her involve something painful happening to her. Or the fact that she's in love with Timmy.
  • Demoted to Extra: After season five. She has not had a major role in any episode since "Fairly Odd Baby".
  • Dumb Blonde: Implied, anyway. We never get too much Character Development.
  • The Friend Nobody Likes" It's been implied a few times throughout the series that the other popular kids don't like Veronica too much.
  • Inferiority Superiority Complex: She's like the other popular kids, but she wants to be as cool as Trixie.
  • I Just Want to Be You: Towards Trixie, so much that she's the trope's image. Trixie is the school's most popular and prettiest girl, she's rich and is Timmy's crush so obviously she wants to be in her shoes.
  • Loving Bully: To Timmy to hide the fact she likes him; she doesn't hurt him physically (he has Francis for that) but insults him as part of Trixie's Girl Posse.

    Tad & Chad

Tad: Co-President Chad, do you hear some non-student body president talking?
Chad: No I don't, Co-President Tad.

The male members of the popular kids, these two will go out of their way to be mean and take opportunities to make people feel like dirt. Tad is voiced by Tara Strong, Chad by Grey DeLisle.


"I'm both respecting your privacy by knocking but asserting my authority as your (father/mother) by coming in anyway!"

The parents of the children of Dimmsdale. Like all adults, they are clueless and utterly useless in an emergency. Sanjay's mom and Vicky's mom are voiced by Tara Strong, Elmer's mom, AJ's mom, and Veronica's mom by Grey DeLisle, Bucky McBadBat by Rob Paulsen, AJ's dad by Kevin Michael Richardson, Sanjay's stepdad by Dee Bradley Baker, Dolores-Day Crocker and Trixie's dad by Carlos Alazraqui, Mr. Buxaplenty by Daran Norris (Jim J. Bullock in Season 9), Mrs. Buxaplenty by Susanne Blakeslee, and Vicky's dad by Jim Ward. In Season 10 with the introduction of Chloe Carmichael, her parents, Clark and Connie Carmichael, are voiced by Mick Wingert and Cheri Oteri, respectively.

  • Adults Are Useless: Every adult in The Fairly OddParents is either incompetent, clueless, indifferent, cowardly or flat out evil. The show is a parody of abusive, negligent, self-centered modern parents, after all, to the point that Timmy has to dream up fairy-godparents since he's functionally an abused orphan.
  • Advancing Boss of Doom: Vicky's mom's role in Breakin' Da Rules!
  • Alliterative Name: Just like Chloe and Timmy's name, Chloe's parents' names are Clark and Connie Carmichael.
  • Didn't Think This Through: Chloe's parents tend to do this a lot and it's obvious where Chloe picked up this trait.
  • Disappeared Dad: Sanjay's birth father, Crocker's dad, maybe Veronica's too.
  • Drill Sergeant Nasty: Sanjay's stepdad.
  • Early-Bird Cameo: Vicky's mom appeared as a kid in the PC version of the Breakin' Da Rules! video game.
  • The Faceless: The Buxaplentys until "Country Clubbed". Bucky manages to avoid this by getting his face shown in "Foul Balled".
  • Failed a Spot Check: Because Chloe's parents are so focused on looking at the big picture, they fail to notice small things, such as wearing their pants backwards.
  • Generation Xerox: AJ's parents are geniuses, Elmer's parents have huge boils on their faces, both Bucky and Chester are bad at baseball, Francis' dad is a career criminal, Sanjay's stepbrother is an army man like his father. Vicky and Tootie's parents, on the other hand, are nothing like Vicky, though their mom apparently used to be like Tootie in her youth according to the aforementioned video game. Chloe's parents are highly energetic people who love to help animals and they also don't think things through.
  • Good Parents: A.J's parents, Bucky McBadbat, and Cosmo & Wanda are the only decent parents of the show.
  • Informed Attribute: We never see anything suggesting that Bucky McBadBat is actually as awful at baseball as people claim. If he was really that bad at the sport, there's no way in hell that he could have made it to the Major Leagues, which requires moving up the ranks in the Rookie Leagues and the Minor Leagues before one even has a chance at getting into the Majors.
  • Jerkass: Chester's dad has stolen animals from a zoo planning to eat them and once stole a sandcastle from Sanjay and Elmer calling it his new beach house without asking. A sandcastle they built. Followed by him telling to get off his sand lawn (even though they're at a public beach).
  • Meaningful Name: Bucky McBadBat was the worst baseball player ever.
  • Missing Mom: Chester's mom and Trixie's mom are unaccounted for.
  • No Celebrities Were Harmed: The name Bucky McBadBat is very likely a reference to Bill Buckner, who played for the Boston Red Sox in the '80s. Buckner is best remembered for a badly botched defensive play in game 6 of the 1986 World Series — a play so notorious it resulted in death threats.
  • Parental Neglect: The Buxaplentys. Possibly worse that the Turners.
  • Parents as People: Again, the Buxaplentys. In their first appearance, they didn't even remember Remy's name.
  • Plot Hole: The Buxaplentys show up in "Scary Godparents" despite being stranded on an island between "Fairy, Fairy, Quite Contrary" and "Remy Rides Again".
  • Pushover Parents: Vicky's parents towards Vicky.
  • Rule of Funny: The premise behind Bucky's character runs on this. He's supposedly such a bad baseball player that he has to wear a paper bag over his head in shame, and baseball fans regularly blow up his mailbox. But he's also said to have played in the Major Leagues—a level that baseball players can't reach without at least above-average skill in the sport.
  • Unnamed Parent: All of them except Bucky, Dolores-Day, Clark and Connie, and to an extent, Vicky's mom (according to her Early-Bird Cameo, her name is Nicky).
  • The Voice: Veronica's mom, in her only appearance, "Information Stuper Highway".

    Mrs. Crocker

"Denzel! Denzel Crocker! I'm respecting your privacy by knocking but asserting my authority as your mother by coming in anyway!"

Dolores-Day Crocker is a kind-hearted elderly woman who lives in a decrepit old house with her son, Denzel Crocker. Voiced by Carlos Alazraqui.

  • Abusive Parents: She was more a Parental Neglect or Parents as People when her son was a child. Currently she is sometimes emotionally abusive toward him.
  • Ascended Extra: She was a very minor character in earlier seasons, with not so much appearances. Like her son, she has made more appearances in the series since Season 7 onward. Her appearances exploded in Seasons 9 and 10, and she appeared and was mentioned in most episodes featuring Crocker, and even in some episodes without him.
  • Dating Service Disaster: Causes this by pretending to be a young rich and beautiful teenager online.
  • Dirty Old Woman: Spends quite a bit of time on dating websites such as "Wrinkled Romance" and "Dimdating.dim", pretending to be a much younger and beautiful teenage girl. Other characters have commented on her mind being "in the gutter". In "Fairly Old Parent", the first wish that she makes upon receiving a fairy is to have Jorgen be nearly nude in front of her, wearing only cheetah-print underwear and holding a fondue set.
  • Elder Abuse: In the later seasons, Mr. Crocker abuses her enough to where she is so miserable that SHE gets a fairy godparent.
  • Elderly Immortal: In "Timmy's Secret Wish!", when the citizens of Dimmsdale are aged by 50 years, Dolores is surprisingly still alive and causing still annoyance to her son. Confined to a bed, she is 130 years old, which Mr. Crocker attributes to the fact that she only eats healthy food.
  • Hot Guy, Ugly Wife: In a video showing off-screen characters, Hartman showed that her husband was quite the looker. Poor Crocker clearly took more after his mom.
  • I Want Grandkids: Occasionally she claims this to her son Denzel, who is single and lives with her. As of season 10, her grandson Kevin was introduced, though we do not see them interact.
  • I Was Quite a Looker: Dolores was much taller and prettier in her younger years, though she gains quite a bit of T&A as a senior citizen.
  • Little Old Lady Investigates: Taken to an extreme, as she is revealed to be a double agent in "Marked Man".
  • Long-Lost Relative: As of season 10, it is revealed she has a daughter who has never been mentioned before, and a grandson named Kevin Crocker.
  • Miniature Senior Citizens: Age seems to have taken off some height from her prime, as seen in "The Secret Origin of Denzel Crocker!".
  • My Beloved Smother: She treats her adult son like a little child most of the time.
    Dolores-Day Crocker: Could you stop with the crazy long enough to help mommy?
    Denzel Crocker: Mother! Stop interrupting! Can't you see I'm busy... RANTING!?
  • Old Woman Marrying a Child: Tricks the teenager Ricky into marrying her.
  • Picky Eater: When Poof is her fairy godparent, she wishes for a liverwurst sandwich with the crust cut off on 3 sides...and makes him redo it when it's not the 3 sides she wants.
  • Smelly Feet Gag: Her disgusting feet are used as Nausea Fuel in many episodes.
  • Strong Family Resemblance: She is basically a female (and shorter) version of her son.
  • When You Coming Home, Mom?: Like Timmy's parents in earlier seasons, during Denzel Crocker's childhood, Dolores-Day worked several jobs including working at an 8-track tape company and cleaning lockers at a roller disco. She left her son under the neglect care of a mean babysitter named Vic (similar to how Vicky babysits and tortures Timmy), and ignored his accomplishments, causing him to become miserable and receive fairy godparents (Cosmo and Wanda to be precise).

    Principal Waxelplax 

"Get away from my jelly!"

The kindly principal of Dimmsdale Elementary, and Crocker's boss. She knew him in their childhood, but now she treats him with disdain. Voiced by Grey DeLisle.

  • Berserk Button:
    • Getting to any food she has her eye on, as seen in "What's the Difference?"
    • Also Crocker when he accidentally captures her instead of Fairies.
  • Beware the Nice Ones: She's normally very kind and supportive towards her students, but she will lay down the law when pushed too far.
  • Big Eater: Is always hungry.
  • Big Fun: Usually cheerful and well-liked by the other characters.
  • First-Name Basis: Seen in "The Secret Origin of Denzel Crocker" with Crocker.
  • Jerkass to One: While she's generally a kind woman, that rule doesn't apply to Crocker. Since his attempts to prove fairies exist tend to hurt her in one way or another, it's hard to blame her.

    Mr. Birkenbake & Mr. Bickles 

Mr. Bickles: My dream of doing a ballet version of Waterworld is ruined! Forgive me Kevin!

Two teachers of Dimmsdale Elementary. Mr. Birkenbake runs the school's paper, while Mr. Bickles teaches drama. They are voiced by Rob Paulsen and Jim Ward, respectively.


"For whenever someone in Dimmsdale calls for help, but doesn't want me to help them, I will answer that call anyway!"

An insane former actor who believes that he's the superhero he played. Timmy sometimes helps him when he's feeling down, if only to keep him out of jail. Voiced originally by Adam West, and by Jeff Bennett since Season 9 onward.

  • Adam Westing: Until Season 9. In "Whittle Me This" (a Season 10 episode) Timmy just refers him as "just some crazy actor".
  • Ambiguously Bi: If you can even call it "ambiguous" - in "Miss Dimmsdale", he develops a crush on Timmy's dad and it stays that way even after Timmy reveals that he is indeed a man. That said, later episodes give him a female love interest, "Wonder Gal".
  • The Cape: He tries to be this, but he's too much of a Cloud Cuckoolander to pull it off.
  • Captain Ersatz: He shares the same outfit and name as a certain Batman villain. You'd be forgiven for thinking it's the same character.
  • Cloudcuckoolander: It's quite obvious that he isn't very in touch with reality.
  • Crouching Moron, Hidden Badass: He manages to beat the Crimson Chin in one episode. He's also actually able to kick a lot of butt when there are real supervillains to fight.
  • Half-Human Hybrid: Not exactly. He's firmly convinced that he's part cat: he eats mice and birds, drinks milk, licks himself clean, coughs up hairballs, goes in a litter box, and is scared to death of dogs.
  • Hero Insurance: Subverted; he's always getting in trouble.
  • Heroic Wannabe: He really does not know what it means to be a hero.
  • Hero with Bad Publicity: Unlike most other examples, it's mostly, if not completely, justified. He often ends up attacking innocent civilians while letting real criminals like purse-snatchers get away, and constantly causes more trouble than he prevents. In fact, if it weren't for Timmy (and his fairies), he would've been thrown in prison a loooong time ago.
  • Karma Houdini / Idiot Houdini: No matter how much trouble he causes or gets himself into, Timmy's fairies pretty much ensure that he gets off scot-free every time.

    The Mayor & Chompy
"Citizens of Dimmsdale, as your Mayor-For-Life... You gotta read those ballots people!"

The political leader of Dimmsdale and the town's goat mascot. The Mayor's qualifications for his job are questionable, considering he seems to be easily swayed by blackmail. Both are voiced by Carlos Alazraqui.

    The Dinklebergs
"Hey! Looking good, Turner!"

The Turners' next door neighbors, whom Mr. Turner despises. They have a better income since they're childless, and always have better things. Both are voiced by Carlos Alazraqui.

  • A Day in the Limelight: Gets this in "Operation Dinkleberg."
  • Born Lucky: They show signs of this. For example, the moment the Turners buy their current house, the one next to it goes on sale note , which the Dinklebergs buy for less money, even though it's bigger and fancier.
  • Characterisation Marches On: In earlier episodes, Mr. Dinkleberg was a more genuine rival to Timmy's parents and could act like a smug Jerkass at times. In more recent episodes, he is a straight up Nice Guy who is abused by Mr. Turner for no reason and often times doesn't seem to be aware of his hatred of him. "Operation Dinkleberg" explains this as Dinkleberg straight up pretending to be smug and/or evil because he knows Timmy's dad loves having a nemesis.
  • Child Hater: Implied in some episodes, but Mr. Dinkleberg actually subverts this in many chapters. Despite not having any kids of his own, he's charitable towards kids, such as being the troop leader for Timmy and the Squirrel Scouts during their camping trip.
  • Comically Missing the Point: He is too nice to see that Mr. Turner hates him with a passion.
  • Expy: Mr. Dinklerberg is one to Ned Flanders from The Simpsons, being a really nice guy who lives next door to the main characters and is hated by the patriarch of the protagonist family.
  • Gag Nose: Both of them have comedically large noses.
  • Grass Is Greener: The whole joke when it comes to Mr. Turner's hatred of Dinkleberg is the fact that the Dinklebergs have everything the Turners have barring a child, but better. One episode motivated by their jealousy of the Dinklebergs (or so Timmy thought when he ran away) is even called "The Grass is Greener."
  • Lookalike Lovers: The Dinklebergs look almost exactly like each other.
  • Nice Guy: Mr. Dinkleberg is so nice in fact he pretends to be evil just so Mr. Turner can be happy.
  • Punny Name: The DINK in Dinkleberg is a Sociology term that stands for Dual Income, No Kids.
  • Sheep in Sheep's Clothing: The episode "Operation Dinkleberg" is centered around this trope. Mr. Turner thinks that Dinkleberg is evil despite having no evidence. Dinkleberg then pretends to be evil just to make Mr. Turner happy.
  • Sitcom Arch-Nemesis: Mr. Turner had his one-sided rivalry with his next-door neighbor, Mr. Dinkleberg. In one episode the two of them fought each other with milk-powered Giant Mecha and Dinkleberg didn't seem to have a problem with the idea. Unusually for this trope, Mr. Dinkleberg is rather friendly and is not obnoxious at all.
    • This is eventually played with in the 7th season episode "Operation Dinkleberg", where Dinkleberg reveals himself to be completely evil after all and the leader of M.E.A.N. (Ministry of Evil and Abusive Neighbors), only to later reveal to Timmy that it was all an act (that cost him $30,000!) because he knew how much it meant to Mr. Turner to have an arch-nemesis.
  • Stupid Sexy Flanders: Mr. Dinkleberg has commented on Mr. Turner's looks in a speedo.
  • Unknown Rival: They're usually not aware of the Turner's hatred.
    • Averted in "Operation Dinkelberg". Not only does Dinkleberg know that Timmy's dad hates him, but he's so nice that he pretends to be evil, just to give Timmy's dad the pleasure of thinking he's Properly Paranoid.

    Chet Ubetcha
"It's mass hysteria! How will this effect your holiday weekend?"

Dimmsdale's vertically challenged news reporter who's on the scene at any catastrophe. He also announces many sports events. He is voiced by Jim Ward.

  • Coincidental Broadcast: If Timmy says something and he is near a TV, you can expect that the TV will turn on and Chet will tell the exact opposite.
  • Deadline News: Well, as close as this show gets.
  • Dub Name Change: To Pepe Veraz in the Latin American dub (Veraz, in spanish, means "Truthful"), while in the European Spanish dub he's known as Ched Engreídez (a fictitious surname that could be roughly translated to "Vainson").
  • Generation Xerox: His mother was a reporter, his grandfather was a radio announcer, and his daughter took over the news in "School's Out: The Musical!"
  • Identical Grandson: As seen in "The Good Old Days".
  • Incredible Shrinking Man: Chet used to be regular size, but, as shown in "The Secret Origin Of Denzel Crocker", he shrunk to his current size due to the radiation he absorbed from using an 80s cell phone.
  • Kent Brockman News: Like all the other grown ups, is very dim. He often reports on the aftermath of Timmy's wishes.
  • Small Name, Big Ego: At times.

    Doug Dimmadome, owner of the Dimmsdale Dimmadome
"That's right, Doug Dimmadome, owner of the Dimmsdale Dimmadome!"

A rich businessman who owns a good deal of Dimmsdale, including the Dimmadome, the TV stations, the local basketball team, and the former Dimmsdale Flats. He gets unethical in his practices whenever the plot demands. He is voiced by Jim Ward.

  • Affably Evil: Even in his antagonistic roles, Doug Dimmadome is a pretty friendly guy if you're not getting in the way of his goals.
  • Card-Carrying Villain: In his own words he is a "Billionaire, real-estate tycoon, and destroyer of cherished childhood dreams! Like yours!"
  • Childhood Memory Demolition Team: Has a company named Tearing Down Your Most Cherished Childhood Memories Construction Company.
  • Corrupt Corporate Executive: In "Moooving Day". Otherwise, his business practices are unethical but legal at worst.
  • Everything Is Big in Texas: He wears stereotypical Texas clothes and boasts a Texan accent.
  • Fat, Sweaty Southerner in a White Suit: Plays this stereotype, though how antagonistic he is depends on the episode.
  • Friendly Enemy: Rather nice when he's not doing something to put him in conflict with Timmy.
  • Hat of Authority: As befits his affluence, he wears a stetson, that, as a running gag, frequently gets taller and taller with each appearance, occasionally sctretching offscreen.
  • Heel–Face Revolving Door: He wants something different every time he shows up. Sometimes he's on Timmy's side, sometimes not. Lampshaded in one movie special, where he debates whether to Help Timmy's Parents by listing off each of his appearances up to that point and tallying how many times Timmy helped vs hindered him.
  • Hood Hornament: To go with the rest of his Texan/Western stereotypes, the Dimmoible sports a huge pair of horns on the front.
  • Jerk with a Heart of Gold: Was genuinely grateful to Timmy for finding his long lost son and offered him a reward for it.
  • Parrot Exposition: A running gag associated with him. When explaining his schemes to people, he will often repeat it back and forth with those people, for example:
    Doug Dimmadome: I'm gonna tear it down and build the world's largest mini-mall!
    Timmy: A maxi-mini-mall?
    Doug Dimmadome: A maxi-mini-mall!
  • Tyrannical Town Tycoon: A rich and powerful enough businessman to be an antagonist by bossing around the city to his financial whims. On those days where he actually IS an antagonist, that is.
  • Verbal Business Card: Only seldom is he ever referred to without his occupation, "owner of the Dimmsdale Dimmadome", attached.

    Peppy Happy Gary and Betty 

Gary: I'm Happy Peppy Gary!
Betty: I'm Peppy Happy Betty!
Both: We're peppy happy peppy happy happy peppy hap!

The two workers of Flappy Bob's Learn-a-torium, these two are always ready to spread "fun" amongst the children. Gary is voiced by Rob Paulsen, Betty by Grey DeLisle.

    Chip Skylark
"Another day, another wackadoo holding me against my will."

A pop teen singing sensation who Timmy has helped more than once. Voiced by *NSYNC's Chris Kirkpatrick.

  • The Artifact: His style and music is specifically based on late 90's/early 2000's teen pop stars; so, naturally, he fell out of use as FOP inched closer towards The New '10s.
  • Break the Cutie: The thought of disappointing his fans leads to this.
  • Broken Pedestal: Inverted. Timmy initially assumes Chip to be a conceited Jerkass due to his celebrity status, but upon finally confronting him while he was under Vicky's captivity, to his surprise, he realizes otherwise when Chip openly feels sorry for the neglect of Timmy's birthday (which coincidentally also happens to be Chip's), and the former provides him a present in an effort to make it up to the latter. Now Timmy has appeared in all of his music videos to date. Not to be confused with Rebuilt Pedestal, otherwise Timmy would have to have initially looked up to him, which is not the case.
    Timmy Turner: Wow, I thought Chip would be a big jerk because he's a big star. But he's not such a bad guy after all!
  • Celebrity Is Overrated: Hinted in his first appearance, apparently batshit fans holding him against his will is a common occurrence. His music video for "My Shiny Teeth and Me" features shots of him running from legions of crazed fans and signing endless autographs in a sea of admirers, both with a resigned, depressed expression.
  • Chick Magnet: Being a popular celebrity and all. Unfortunately, one of his admirers is Vicky.
  • Doing It for the Art: invoked An In-Universe example. Both Vicky and Timmy assume he's in it for the piles of cash. Turns out he cares more about his fans and his music than anything: he's broke and is totally happy about it. The only reason he cares about seeming to be rich is because he thinks his fans would be disappointed if they knew he was penniless. Thankfully for him, this includes Vicky.
  • Eternally Pearly-White Teeth: The subject of his trademark song "My Shiny Teeth and Me", though the song itself states he takes extremely good care of them. Becomes a plot point in "Shiny Teeth", where it's revealed that they're actually the most perfect set of teeth in the world and leads Dr. Bender to steal them.
  • Even the Guys Want Him: Timmy's dad is a fan of his.
  • Fake Shemp: His appearance in "Mind Over Magic" was done completely through voice clips.
  • Identical Grandson: His grandfather was the original Chip Skylark, also a singer. Given that he is actually Chippington Skylark III, that means his dad is Chip Skylark II.
  • Ink-Suit Actor: He is basically Chris Kirkpatrick in animated form.
  • Like Father, Like Son: His grandfather was an equally popular singer in the 20s. This may have been what inspired him to go into the music industry.
  • Meaningful Name: Skylarks are well-known for their singing ability.
  • Mock Millionaire: Turns out, he's actually broke and up to his eyeballs in debt. His record company pays for everything, and he only pretends to be rich because he's afraid his fans would be disappointed if they found out the truth.
  • Mr. Fanservice: In-universe example.
  • Nice Guy: A plot point in his first episode. Timmy assumes that because he's a celebrity he'd be spoiled and a jerk, but instead he finds that Chip is an almost painfully nice guy who nearly goes into depression at the thought of disappointing his fans.
  • Power of Rock: How he believes he got to the concert in "Boys in the Band".
  • Pretty Boy: He is slender and looks like a black-haired, older version of Timmy. Girls really like him.
  • The Rock Star: Well, pop star, actually.
  • Sheep in Sheep's Clothing: During his first appearance, Timmy suspected he was only pretending to be nice for PR reasons and was secretly a jerk. But as the episode continues, it becomes clear that, no, his real personality is that nice.
  • Twinkle Smile: To the point that it can flash like a searchlight.
  • "The Villain Sucks" Song: He sings "Icky Vicky". His grandfather sings a 1930s version of it in "The Good Old Days."
  • What Happened to the Mouse?: Appears once-in-a-blue-moon now to the point that just hearing his voice counts as a cameo.

    Britney Britney
"That's it. No more private gigs."

Another teen pop sensation, she's so rich she swims in the tears of her many admirers. She is voiced by Tara Strong.

  • Attention Whore: She has a tendency to act like a spoiled celebrity, becoming jealous at those who steal her spotlight or don't pay attention to her.
  • Bare Your Midriff: Her regular outfit.
  • Brainless Beauty: A classic Dumb Blonde, she is not very smart, and she's also easily brainwashed.
  • Disproportionate Retribution: She becomes the Platinum Princess after Bickles steals her spot at Vegas.
  • Fashionable Asymmetry: Her top has one long sleeve on the left side, with the right side completely sleeveless.
  • Hypnotize the Princess: In "Truth and Cosmoquences", Cosmo hypnotizes her into thinking she's attending an award show with Chip Skylark so he can pretend she's his trophy wife.
  • Irony: Despite being a famous pop singer, and voiced by a talented singer as well, none of her appearances feature her singing.
  • Ms. Fanservice: Let's just say her singing skills aren't the only reasons for her popularity.
  • No Celebrities Were Harmed: She's a very obvious parody of Britney Spears.
  • Put on a Bus: Her last physical appearance is in Season 6's "Momnipresent", with the last image of her is a photo in Season 7's "One Man Banned". Given recent controversies at the time involving Britney Spears (including shaving her head, which Britney Britney did in said photo), this may likely be the reason.
  • Trophy Wife: Not actually one as far as we know, but Cosmo hypnotizes her into pretending to be his wife during a school reunion.
  • Valley Girl: She has this type of accent.

    Sylvester Calzone 

"It legitimized me as a film maker and a critic puncher!"

A Dimmy-winning actor living in Dimmsdale. He unwillingly starred in Timmy's movie and more willingly attended SepTimberfest. Has a habit of punching out critics who give his movies bad reviews. He is voiced by Jim Ward.

    The MERF Agents 

"We're from MERF, not to be confused with MARF... which we've got tickets to tonight!"

The incompetent agents of the Military Alien Response Force, whose job is to look out for extra terrestrials. They are voiced by Patrick Warburton.

  • The Men in Black: They are the Military Extraterrestrial Response Force, whose purpose it to protect Earth from otherwordly threats.

voiced by: Dannah Phirman
Hi. Timmy right? Sorry to bother you, but I think you have my phone.
Missy is a classmate of Timmy Turner's at Dimmsdale Elementary School that first appeared in Season 9.
  • All-Loving Heroine: Due to her very sensible and sensitive nature, she is very friendly and kind to everybody, without caring about how they may act.
  • Friend to All Living Things: She is usually seen with small birds perched on her finger.
  • Girl of the Week: Possibly. She only has appeared in one episode of Season 9 thus far.
  • Hair of Gold, Heart of Gold: Has long blonde hair and she is a Nice Girl.
  • Nice Girl: Missy is extremely sweet and friendly to everyone and doesn’t care about or mind how people may act. In her only episode, she ends up liking Timmy for who he truly is. She’s nearly impossible to anger.
  • Suspiciously Similar Substitute / Composite Character: In a sense. She shares characteristics of the more frequent love interests of Timmy, Tootie and Trixie. She has a crush on Timmy, like Tootie (who is usually obsessed with him) and Trixie (who occasionally warms up to him, usually when he displays honesty and bravery) and is somewhat popular in the school like Trixie. But unlike Trixie and Tootie, at the moment, she doesn't treat Timmy like trash (like Trixie), or annoy Timmy (like Tootie), and likes Timmy for who he is.
  • Third-Option Love Interest: She is Timmy's third love-interest, after Trixie and Tootie.

    Clark and Connie Carmichael
Clark (left) and Connie (right)
Chloe's overbearing parents. She loves them, but describes them as being too involved in big picture affairs. Clark is voiced by Mick Wingert, and Connie is voiced by Cheri Oteri.
  • Adventurer Outfit: Clark wears the Archaeologist type, Connie wears the Safari type.
  • Amusing Injuries: Clark is frequently knocked unconscious for laughs.
  • Birds of a Feather: Clark and Connie Carmichael are constantly traveling all over the world, helping out wildlife in any way they can.
  • Childish Tooth Gap: Clark has one when he's turned into a child by Chloe's errant wish.
  • Cloud Cuckoolander: Chloe had to get it from somewhere, although Connie is more nuts than Clark.
  • The Ditz: They are so oblivious, they often put their shorts on backwards.
  • Foil: To Timmy's parents. While Timmy's parents are so self-interested, Chloe's are interested in big picture affairs. These leads them both to neglect their children.
  • Friend to All Living Things: Connie is a veterinarian, while Clark rescues animals for a living.
  • Granola Girl: Both of them are overbearing eco-warriors.
  • Henpecked Husband: Connie makes it clear she wears the pants in the family. Even if she puts them on backwards. Clark mostly does things at her insistence. He also doesn't use swear words at her insistence.
  • Parents as People: They try, and clearly love their daughter. But they are so concerned with large problems of the world that they often ignore the real problems they cause for Chloe.
  • Protest By Obstruction: They decide Chloe can't go to a carnival because they're going to spend the day chained to a tree. They even want to use it as their Christmas card.
  • Screw This, I'm Outta Here!: When Connie completely snaps, Clark decides to 'conveniently pass out again'.
  • Sickeningly Sweethearts: In their first introduction.
  • Straw Vegetarian: Downplayed. The two of them eat vegan food and at one point, considered that they were getting bad karma because they ate a meat lover's pizza one time.
    Connie:(while sharpening a large stick) After I do that, I'm going to order a meat lover's pizza, because quite frankly, I'VE SNAPPED!
  • Top-Heavy Guy: Clark's chest is about three times the size of his legs. He's meant to look buff.
  • Women Are Wiser: Averted, mirroring the Turners, their Foils. Connie is much crazier than Clark is.

"I'm too claaassy to live in a basement!"

"The Most Annoying Woman in the World" wished up by Chloe and Timmy for the express purpose of dating Mr. Crocker and getting him off their backs. She appears only in "Married to the Mom". Voiced by Grey Griffin.

     Marty and Mitzie 
Two rich kids who appear in the third live action movie and befriend Timmy and Tootie and become Cosmo and Wanda's new godchildren.

  • The Dog Bites Back: The first thing they do when they receive fairy godparents is turning Vicky into their pet rabbit.
  • Lonely Rich Kid: Their parents are always ditching them and cancelling family plans to attend social events. They're basically nice versions of Remy Buxaplenty.
  • Passing the Torch: Since Timmy doesn't need fairies anymore, he gladly relinquishes them to Marty and Mitzie.


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