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Jimmy Timmy Power Hour is an hour-length Nicktoons crossover special, set between The Adventures of Jimmy Neutron, Boy Genius and The Fairly OddParents. It premiered on Nickelodeon on May 7, 2004, and was then released on VHS and DVD on May 11th.

The special spawned two sequels, When Nerds Collide! and The Jerkinators!, both airing in 2006. Jimmy and Timmy would also cross paths in three of the four Nicktoons Unite! series video games.


The title characters introduce themselves to each other.

Dimmsdale Elementary's science fair is coming up, but Timmy has spent too much time on his Decimator: Crush the Planet video game to work on his project. He wishes to Cosmo and Wanda that he be brought to the greatest lab in Dimmsdale, but he is teleported to his friend A.J.'s lab. Knowing A.J. will notice if he borrows his technology, Timmy uses an Auto-Poofer that Wanda gave him, allowing him to return to his room, and amends his previous wish, saying that he wants to be in the greatest lab in the whole universe. Timmy is then transported into Jimmy Neutron's lab in Retroville and notices he's now rendered in CGI ("why is everything so bulgy?"). Jimmy soon catches Timmy messing around with his invention, only to then accidentally activate Timmy's Auto-Poofer himself, causing him to be teleported to Dimmsdale instead of Timmy. Timmy, in the meantime, explores Jimmy's lab and comes upon Jimmy's robot dog, Goddard, who's in the middle of an automatic tune-up. Mistaking Goddard for a video game console, Timmy places his Decimator CD inside the canine's hard drive. Timmy then meets Jimmy's pals, Carl and Sheen, who think he is Jimmy having shrunk his own head somehow. After the three of them play with Jimmy's unguarded inventions, Timmy takes the rocket-powered skateboard through town and eventually bumps into Cindy and Libby. Cindy, thinking that Timmy is also a genius, falls in love with him.

Meanwhile, in Dimmsdale, the now-2D Jimmy finds himself in Timmy's room and meets Cosmo and Wanda; fortunately for them (and Timmy), Jimmy thinks that the fairy couple are holographic supercomputers. Pretty soon, Jimmy finds himself being mistaken for Timmy by Timmy's Dad, Vicky, Mr. Crocker, and Timmy's classmates, all of whom think Timmy is using a cunning disguise. However, after Jimmy inadvertently uses the Auto-Poofer in front of Crocker and disappears back to Timmy's room, the demented teacher realizes that he has found a way to get into Fairy World, which he was hoping that somebody in the science fair would invent. Jimmy, finding out that the Auto-Poofer can only bring him back to Timmy's room, combines it with Timmy's game system so that he can teleport anywhere. Unfortunately, Crocker, having tracked Jimmy down, steals the device and teleports himself, along with Jimmy, Cosmo and Wanda, to Fairy World.

Back in Retroville, Timmy and Cindy are enjoy hanging out together when Goddard suddenly appears, having taken on the form of the Decimator due to having Timmy's game disc inside him. Timmy at first thinks this is no big deal, but changes his tune after Libby, Carl and Sheen are almost harmed by the rampaging robo-dog. Timmy realizes what he has done and attempts to transport back to his room to get Cosmo and Wanda for help, but finds he actually has one of Jimmy's mini-lasers instead of his Auto-Poofer, and is then eaten by the Decimator/Goddard. Fortunately, Cindy uses the frequency on the mini-laser to communicate with Timmy as he's trapped inside Goddard, and guides him to Goddard's disc drive so he can deactivate him. Timmy manages to shut Goddard down by using his teeth to bite through the system, just before Goddard can destroy the Purple Flurp factory. However, Cindy believes that Timmy created the evil Goddard so that she could resolve the entire incident herself. Goddard, now back to normal, suddenly displays a video call from Jimmy, who needs to speak with Timmy.

Over in Fairy World, as Jimmy is busy arguing with Timmy through the video conference, Crocker, disguised as an imp, breaks into the Fairy Armory and steals a number of magical equipment that he uses to wreck the Big Wand (which powers the fairies' magic), forcing the now-powerless fairies to surrender to him. While Crocker isn't looking, Jimmy recovers the Auto-Poofer and prepares to leave Fairy World and abandon the fairies, but Timmy convinces him not to, saying that Cosmo and Wanda are as real to Timmy as Goddard is to him. Using a robot decoy to distract Crocker, Jimmy then repairs the Big Wand, getting the fairies' magic to work again. Crocker is drained of his armory and is attacked by Jorgen, who erases his memory of ever coming to Fairy World. Afterward, Timmy wishes that he and Jimmy return to their respective hometowns (much to Jimmy's confusion). The two shake hands and switch back to their respective art styles as they return to their worlds, which causes Timmy to be back in 2-D and Jimmy to be back in CGI. Later, at Dimmsdale Elementary's science fair, Timmy realizes he never finished his science project. Fortunately for him, though, Goddard drops in out of a wormhole to be Timmy's science project and amazes everybody, winning the fair for Timmy, who thanks Jimmy for helping him out there.

Home video releases

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Voice actor Character(s)
Debi Derryberry Jimmy Neutron
Tara Strong Timmy Turner
Megan Cavanagh Judy Neutron
Mark DeCarlo Hugh Neutron
Rob Paulsen Carl Wheezer
Jeffrey Garcia Sheen Estevez
Carolyn Lawrence Cindy Vortex
Crystal Scales Libby Folfax
Frank Welker Goddard
Susanne Blakeslee Wanda
Daran Norris Cosmo
Mr. Turner
Jorgen Von Strangle
Grey DeLisle Vicky
Principal Waxelplax
Carlos Alazraqui Denzel Crocker
Jason Marsden Chester McBadbat
Gary LeRoi Gray A.J.
Dee Bradley Baker Sanjay
Fairy Agent #1
Faith Abrahams Francis
Jim Ward Tour Guide

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