and the Chipmunks • In "Win, Lose and Kaboom", April ruins her and Jimmy's big chance to kiss. I control the wind, and I shall rain fire down from the heavens! Music, the funkier the better.

He frequently goes on adventures with his two best friends Sheen and Carl, usually involving his inventions going awry. Aesop Amnesia : At least half of the episode plots wouldn't happen if Jimmy would remember how often his inventions backfired or that using his genius for his own ends has its consequences. Taking pity on Jimmy, Cindy confesses she and the rest of the children need Jimmy and encourages him to help them escape. Glitch Techs •

[5] He cold-called Davis requesting to see a tape of the full short. Since the series takes place a year after the film, the characters received several design changes for the show: Jimmy now wears blue jeans and white sneakers. The pilot episode "Runaway Rocketboy" was created in 1998 as a potential green light for a new series. Cousins for Life • The love of Libby's life? “Foul Bull” reveals that she was once a cowgirl and she uses her experience to save the day. The idea for Jimmy Neutron was first created by Davis in the 1980s, in which he wrote a script for a short film titled Runaway Rocketboy and starring a prototype character for Jimmy named Johnny Quasar. • Keith Alcorn and John A. Davis created Jimmy (then named Johnny Quasar) sometime during the 1980s and wrote a script titled Runaway Rocketboy (later the name of the pilot), which was abandoned. The ZhuZhus.

The film was Derryberry's biggest acting role at the time, as previously she had mostly provided minor roles in films and TV shows.[8]. He frequently goes on adventures with his two best friends Sheen and Carl, usually involving his inventions going awry. He shares one with Cindy by responding to her show-and-tell about Girl Dinosaurs being superior to Boy Dinosaurs by referring to a sub-field of the scientific community, which she responds to in kind by describing the findings Jimmy used against her as inconclusive. [5] The film was completed in 24 months- roughly half that in which most other CGI films were completed. [3] Sheen was initially intended to be Japanese, as he was named after the nickname of a Japanese employee who had worked for Davis, but the filmmaking team had trouble finding a good Japanese voice actor.

Jimmy Neutron will meet Kieran, Sora, Donald, Goofy, and Sci Twi in Kieran Quarles Meets Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius. Cindy doesn't care for her... for some reason.

She's apparently old enough to have taught General Ernest Abercrombie and Dr. Finbar Calamitous when they were children, the latter of whom is clearly an elderly man.

[3] The idea laid dormant for several years until Davis came across the abandoned script while in the process of moving. Tak and the Power of Juju •

The show follows an 11-year-old boy named Jimmy Neutron from Retroville, Texas[7] who is a scientific genius.

Another one of Jimmy's friends, who is the cool guy that everybody loves at school, especially the girls.

In order to speed up the pace of work for a feature film, the company’s staff count was considerably increased from 30 to around 150 employees, and the studio's workspace was also reformed in order to fit such a team of filmmakers. During the initial pitch to Nickelodeon, Oedekerk had highlighted the idea that using computer animation would allow the same models and assets to be reused between both a film and a TV show, an idea which Nick held strong faith in. The Other Kingdom • [4][5][6] A spin-off, Planet Sheen, aired from 2010 to 2013. Please help upload more images, as long as they're related to Jimmy Neutron and good-quality.

Rugrats • Lucky Fred • [5], Jimmy Neutron was played by female voice actor Debi Derryberry, who would continue to play the character in the TV series. Mark DeCarlo as Hugh Neutron 9. "[3], After the pilot was completed, Nickelodeon executives, who were impressed by the pilot and still enthusiastic about the show's potential, raised the prospect of creating a theatrical film to accompany the TV series, much to the surprise of Davis and his team at the studio. [11][12] It was re-released on DVD on June 22, 2011 and re-released again on DVD on April 25, 2017. This helped the team keep up with the deadline and avoid going over budget. And though the computer animation may seem a bit freaky for old-school animation fans, it does allow for quality special effects."[18]. Jimmy, Carl and Sheen are the only characters who appear in all the episodes. The remote is seen again in "Sorry, Wrong Era". She's happy to cook and clean and run the household, but does want some appreciation for all she does. Not that she'll admit it. Another reason the film was cancelled is because the writers could not agree on a story and Alcorn later stated in an interview that "once the TV series came out, there wasn't a lot of incentive to make a movie when fans could simply watch Jimmy Neutron for free at home.

Despite his infantile appearance, he's actually very devious and a genius; capable of walking, speaking fluently, and devising a plan to kill all of the Neutron family members. It originally aired on Nickelodeon for three seasons beginning July 20, 2002, and the final episode aired on November 25, 2006. The series spawned three seasons (with 20 episodes per season), it also crossovered with The Fairly OddParents in a special called Jimmy Timmy Power Hour which aired on May 7, 2004 during the show's second season. He tries several attempts to try to communicate with the aliens.

It originally aired on Nickelodeon for three seasons beginning July 20, 2002, and the final episode aired on November 25, 2006.

Davis, in turn, suggested that the film be made first, so that the development team could create the assets at theatrical quality and reuse them in the TV series. Max & Shred •

PJ Masks • A 40-second demo was animated using LightWave 3D and gained popularity at the 1995 SIGGRAPH convention where it was shown off, grabbing the attention of Oedekerk and leading DNA Productions to develop an extended TV Pilot. As Goobot arranges the parents to be eaten using a mind control remote, Jimmy rallies the children to storm the colosseum and battle the guards while Sheen retrieves an escape vessel, which knocks Poultra on the head upon his return. Bubble Guppies • The critics' consensus reads: "What Jimmy Neutron lacks in computer animation, it makes up for in charm and cleverness. Due to the film success, a spin-off television series called The Adventures of Jimmy Neutron, Boy Genius was released and ran from July 2002 to November 2006. So don't bother by changing the order, if you do, you will be suspended.

Jimmy invents his HyperCube, to store infinite items in one small place. Jimmy's shy, timid, nervous, and asthmatic best friend who has an unhealthy obsession with llamas and Jimmy's mom. [4] According to Davis, the Ultralord-obsessed Sheen Estevez was inspired by Davis' own love of collecting. [1] It originally aired on Nickelodeon for three seasons beginning July 20, 2002, and the final episode aired on November 25, 2006. Fed up with Cindy's nasty attitude and how she treated him, Jimmy transforms into a hulking jerk monster.

Later as she's falling unconcious, she gets down on her knees and apologizes to Jimmy for hurting his feelings and attempts to tell him how she really feels, changing Jimmy back to normal.

Life with Boys • In another episode called "Three's a Crowd", Cindy and Betty would've made up their differences and become friends.