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Spaced Out / TransParents (2001)

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Spaced Out - After watching an episode of Crash Nebula, Timmy and his friends decide to act out their own version of the episode. Timmy figures the reenactment will be more realisitic with an authentic alien creature. So Cosmo and Wanda conjure up Mark Chang, prince of the planet Yugopotamia. Mark then captures Chester and A.J. (who don't know he's a real alien) and develops an affection for Vicky. Since magic cannot interfere with true love, Timmy, Cosmo and Wanda blast off to Yugopotamia to find Mark's parents so they can set things straight and bring Mark home.
TransParents - Timmy's teacher, Mr. Denzel Crocker, calls for a conference with Timmy's parents for a suspicious show-and-tell project. Not wanting to let his real parents find out, Timmy asks Cosmo and Wanda to pose as his parents. Crocker, who knows that Cosmo and Wanda are fairies, sets up traps for them to prove their existence. However, Principal Waxelplax is the one that gets trapped and gets mad at Crocker in the end.

First Appearance: Mark Chang, Denzel Q. Crocker, Principal Waxelplax, King Grippulor and Queen Jipjeralac, Philip the Nickel

Vicky's Head Gag: Fire Hydrant

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Whole or part of the information contained in this card come from the Wikipedia article "The Fairly OddParents (season 1)", licensed under CC-BY-SA full list of contributors here.