But the Eliminators, disguised as stalagmites, capture the fairies. Now, his family, his friends, and even his enemies on the outside must rescue him and help him find the third and final wand in order to defeat The Darkness once and for all. But Mark is revealed to be an Eliminator in disguise, who tries sucking him in. Mark shouts to the Darkness, asking what does it want, to which the Darkness moans Timmy's name. And, more importantly, he points to a pair of Eliminator footprints in the ground, meaning that they know he is the Chosen One and worse, that Jorgen accidentally said his name outloud which also echoed a bit , drawing in the Eliminators. Luckily, it is shaped like a teething ring, which an excited Poof gnaws on and breaks off, allowing Gene Simmons to melt down the Eliminator with his fiery breath.
Wishology contains a number of other cultural references. Unfortunately for him, his lack of knowledge about Yugopotamian technology puts him in a tight spot when he accidentally puts the device in shuffle mode, turning him into different monsters. Setting their differences aside, everyone cooperates and boards Dark Laser's death pod and depart into space. To do this, you need to find a couple of magic wands, but for now move on the roofs, avoiding collisions with robots. Timmy quickly ushers him up the ramp, stating that they'll discuss the subject later. But the Destructinator jumps in to remind them that he's still standing. To defeat The Darkness and Eliminators, Timmy must retrieve and use three special wands: the fire wand, the wind wand, and the ice wand.
Timmy realizes The Darkness only wants him, and he decides to sacrifice himself to save the others, leaving them to mourn. Timmy locates the Wind Wand, but it fails to do anything. Turner will be called off, abandoning his son. Hartman and Fellows pitched the idea of a rock band in the storyline, where the band guards the white wand that Timmy seeks. Because there is no food on their ship, Dark Laser suggests they go to a cafe on. On Earth, Jorgen, poorly disguised as a robot, walks up to the robotic M. The head Eliminator, declaring that the Chosen One will not escape them this time, releases the Fake-i-fiers into the Darkness, as it consumes Yugopotamia.
Everyone parties in Fairy World and celebrates the chosen one's accomplishment. Jorgen then declares that they must now join forces with Timmy, only to reminded that they don't have wands. Cosmo then says Timmy's name outloud, at which the Eliminators appear. They are freed by Jorgen and, once informed of Timmy's whereabouts, quickly poofs them to the blue moon of Veegon, where Timmy is taunted by the head Eliminator that no magic wand can stop them and promises that they will keep coming back in greater numbers than before. Jorgen explains a legend inscribed on the cave wall about the ancient fairy warriors who fought Eliminators and their master, a giant called. Military Extraterrestrial Research Facility M.
Cosmo, enraged that he openly attacked them, transforms into a giant Godzilla like creature named Coszilla, and, even though he had the advantage now, he stupidly made their magic wands but accidentally makes his, Wanda's, and Jorgen's wands vanish. For the girls there are also , , and. After Poof frees the group and locates the wands, Jorgen takes everyone to the Blue Moon. Timmy's friends, enemies, family, and the fairies defeat Eliminators with a combined magical attack and have a reunion with Timmy, which is interrupted when The Darkness tries to inhale him. Meanwhile, the Eliminators have locked up all the fairies, in addition to Timmy's friends and family, in Fairy World's greatest prison Abracatraz a parody of. Luckily, Timmy pushes him out of harms way just in time. The Eliminator then gather in a circular motion, forming a large vortex.
After being blown into a bubble from a kid's mouth, Cosmo takes Wanda and Poof with him as he floats away. Exciting adventures of the boy there soundly peppered a bit of humor and irony. In The Matrix parody, Timmy was 'Teo' and was getting chased by , both having special powers. Foop now sets his sights on getting rid of Poof so that he will get all of the attention. Meanwhile, Eliminators incarcerate the fairies at the Abracatraz Prison and put Timmy's friends and family in the same cell with Timmy's godparents and Jorgen.
Eliminators then crash in and suck the king and queen into black holes. Composer , who has worked throughout the series, won an for his music in the first part of the trilogy in 2010. Because he defeated the Darkness, he gained a video game, a movie, hordes of fans, and a statue of himself holding the White Wand, all in his honor. But the melted puddle simply reforms into an army of Eliminators. Turbo Thunder reveals he was the original Chosen One, picked by the fairy council through auditions , but as stated before he was late and Timmy had to fill in.
Cosmo, Jorgen von Strangle, and Timmy's dad , are voiced by Daran Norris. A weakened Turbo Thunder reveals the second wand only opens underneath a secret cave, which contains magical wands and the final part of the cave prophecy: to find the ice wand. Gary Conrad, who has directed several episodes of the series since its , served as the director for Wishology. All the other fairies follow suit and hop into the gross kid's mouth. Unfortunately, every other patron in the cafetina is an Eliminator in disguise. When he tells them about the Darkness and him being the Chosen One, they freak out at the former, but laugh at the latter.
Luckily, Timmy's friends and family arrive and successfully drive the Eliminators back with a combined magical attack. The production of the trilogy required 18 months to complete, according to Toon Zone's interview with Hartman. To fix this, Timmy finds a solution, to wish up many Dads, so that every time one of them has to leave he will have a replacement. The rest of the fairies use Cosmo's method as their escape plan. Wishology received mixed reception from critics. When he gets there, Timmy's parents and school friends don't remember him, and an Eliminator appears after Timmy calls out his own name. He is interrupted by Jorgen, who takes his fairy godparents away and sends Timmy home.
However, Timmy is still confused about how this connects with him. He surrounds the Earth with a steel casing, which transforms the M. Initial plans were to broadcast Wishology on Nickelodeon for three consecutive Fridays starting on May 1, 2009. A celebration follows at Fairy World, where Turbo Thunder, the person who was supposed to be the chosen one, appears and takes the white wand from Timmy. Because the Eliminators have all his friends and love ones, Timmy figures that his enemies could help.