|The Fairly OddParents and The Adventures of Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius|
|Season 5 (Fairly OddParents)/3 (Jimmy Neutron), Episode 80 (Fairly OddParents)/66-67 (Jimmy Neutron)|
The cover to the DVD release.
|Airdate:||July 21, 2006|
|Written by:|| Steve Marmel|
|Directed by:|| Keith Alcorn|
|Guest(s):|| Billy West|
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"Jimmy Timmy Power Hour 2: When Nerds Collide"
Jimmy Timmy Power Hour 3: The Jerkinators! is the third and final crossover special featuring The Fairly OddParents and The Adventures of Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius. It is also the series finale of Jimmy Neutron, and for a while it was intended to be the final episode of The Fairly OddParents as well, until another season was ordered for production by Nickelodeon.
Timmy Turner and Jimmy Neutron become bored with their very easily outmatched competition, so they team up and create a villain to fight. Their villain won't be evil and refuses to destroy him. Eventually, he does in turn attack Retroville from feeling neglected after Timmy and Jimmy abandoned him. Jimmy fights back with a J tank but their villain then adapts to stop it because Timmy wrote adaptable as one of its powers instead of adoptable. Then the villain attacks Dimmsdale and rids all of the fairies of their power and steals Jimmy's intelligence! Then, their new villain known as Shirley is attacking them nonstop. They then trick Shirley into going into Retroville to search for Jimmy and Timmy, but soon after they find Shirley putting citizens of both worlds into his own, alternative world like where he was born in.
Unlike the first two specials, which received positive reviews, this one received negative ones. Mainly due to the plot being lame, the special being wasted on boring and stupid jokes and for just being random and out-of-context. It is considered to be the worst installment in the trilogy.
Home video releases
- Jimmy Timmy Power Hour 3
- The Fairly OddParents: Season 5
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