School's Out!: The Musical is a special one-hour episode of The Fairly OddParents, produced as the 57th and 58th episodes. Although it was not aired until the summer of 2005, the special is considered part of Season 4. As the title suggests, it features eleven different musical numbers.


Schools Out the musical print ad NickMag June July 2005

2005 print ad.

After being abandoned by his clown parents thinking him to be in danger, Flappy Bob is found on the side of the road in Kansas by H.P. and Sanderson who decide to use him as a pawn in a 37 year plan.

37 years later, Timmy and his friends are released for summer vacation and begin causing havoc for Dimmsdale (which is worsened through Pixie magic). Looking for an answer, the parents are introduced to Flappy Bob who recommends the kids be put in his Learnatorium before they get hurt and cause the parents any more harm. AJ, Chester, and Francis are dropped off at the Learn-A-Torium.

The car of the Turner family pulls up in the Learn-A-Torium driveway. Timmy's father takes Francis, who is too large to fit down a "child drop-off" chute, and throws him out of the way so he can drop Timmy in. Timmy's parents are relieved as they can now do whatever they want. Timmy's mother rips off her normal clothes, revealing the blue bikini she was wearing underneath.

Timmy's mother, still in the bikini, glances at her husband, who has ripped off his normal clothes, revealing a "Miss Dimmsdale" suit. He rips off the suit and is in a men's swimsuit.

With all the kids trapped in the Learnatorium with nothing to do, H.P. and Sanderson ping to Timmy and convince him that the root of all his current problems his adults. With coaxing from the Pixies, Timmy wishes that kids were in charge. As the President of the new Kid World, Timmy has Chester destroy the Learnatorium. With kids in charge and getting everything they want, Jorgen Von Strangle is forced to return the fairies to Fairy World since they are no longer needed.

With the fairies off of earth, the Pixies have control of the magic. They appear to Timmy and Flappy Bob and reveal that they've been raising Flappy over the years to think dull and boring were fun so that the Learnatorium would be built. Acting as Flappy's Godparents, they offer Flappy the power to make the world in his vision which he accepts despite Timmy's heart felt plea to consider how his clown parents would feel about this. Granting the wish, the Pixies gain control of both Earth and Fairy World which are built in the image of Flappy and the Pixies respectively. With Pixie magic flooding Fairy World, Cosmo steals Binky's wand and sends Wanda down the rainbow bridge connecting Fairy World to Earth before it is dissolved.

Wanda finds Timmy but with the Pixies in control, the two are afraid all is lost. After considering what Timmy said about his parents and overhearing H.P. and Sanderson insult him as well as finding out that the Pixies were using him all along, Flappy Bob decides to embrace his clown heritage and fix the world. He goes to Timmy and the two use Wanda's magic to make the town fun again and summon the Pixies. When H.P. and Sanderson appear, Flappy reveals to them that the contract he signs states the world will reflect fun "as defined by Flappy Bob" and with Flappy's new definition being everything back to the way it's supposed to be, the Pixies are forced to declare defeat. Once Dimmsdale is returned to normal, Wanda brings Flappy his parents who have been searching for him for 37 years and reunites with Cosmo. Everything SEEMS normal until both Happy Peppy people open a new Learnatourium. Then Cosmo & Wanda turn everything fun and puts on a concert (Kids Just Being Kids Reprise). Then the credits roll and Sanderson notes they should make a 6 week plan next time as the episode ends there.



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Home video releases

Schools Out the musical DVD print ad NickMag June July 2005

2005 print ad for the DVD.

  • The Fairly OddParents: Schools Out!: The Musical
  • The Fairly OddParents: Schools Out!: The Musical
  • The Fairly OddParents: Season 4

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