Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius (2024)

Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius

Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius (1)

Airdate (US)December 21, 2001
Invention(s)Mark II Rocket
Strato XL
Robo-Barber
Super Bubblegum-Mobile
Communications Satellite
Girl-Eating Plant
Shoe-bot
Amusem*nt Park Space Armada
Burping Soda
PreviousCalling All Aliens
NextWhen Pants Attack

Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius is a 2001 CGI-animated comedy film. The film was the official start to the franchise, created by John A. Davis, Keith Alcorn, and Steve Oedekerk.

The television series was actually supposed to begin before the release of the film and that the film was going to based on the series, but since there was not enough time, the animated shorts were created and the film spin-off the TV series the following year. It was produced by Paramount Pictures and Nickelodeon Movies with O Entertainment. It was nominated for the first Academy Award for Best Animated Feature (but lost to Shrek). The film was produced using off-the-shelf CGI software (LightWave 6) by DNA Productions of Dallas, Texas.

Contents

  • 1 Plot
  • 2 Cast
  • 3 Reception
  • 4 Cancelled sequel and a possible reboot film.
  • 5 Release
  • 6 Home media
  • 7 Television broadcasts
    • 7.1 Soundtrack
    • 7.2 Track Listing
  • 8 Gallery
  • 9 Deleted Scenes
  • 10 Trivia
  • 11 Goofs

Plot[]

At an air force base, an incoming UFO is approaching, and the military sends fighter jets up to examine the situation. The UFO turns out to be Jimmy, Carl, and Goddard riding Jimmy's rocketship. Jimmy needs to launch a communications satellite (which is really a toaster) to communicate with an alien species who sent him a message that was garbled in the ionosphere. Unfortunately, the pulse rockets have failed, and the rocket cannot leave Earth's atmosphere. Jimmy tapes some soda to the toaster and throws it, propelling the soda in outer space. Then, the rocket falls down to Earth and lands on his roof, which results in Jimmy is being spotted by his parents.

Judy asks Jimmy why he disobeyed her again and Jimmy replied it's because he's been trying to make contact with an advanced alien race, who sent him a message that got gobbled in the ionosphere. Judy says he shouldn't talk to strangers, since they could be dangerous with Hugh agreeing with Judy about strangers, except for policemen. Jimmy gets off the roof and gets ready for school, but his antics cause him to miss the bus. Luckily, he tests his latest invention, a form of bubble transportation made from a special bubble gum. He catches up with the school bus, but the bubble pops when it hits a tree where Carl had gotten stuck with his parachute. Jimmy cuts the parachute off of Carl and the two then head to class.

In the classroom, Cindy is giving a report on dinosaurs. When Cindy says that girl dinosaurs are better than boy dinosaurs, Jimmy proceeds to correct her with technical data. During show and tell, Jimmy shows Ms. Fowl and the class his new shrink ray. He attempts to shrink Cindy's head, but the ray malfunctions and does not work, however upon leaving class, the shrink ray shrinks Ms. Fowl, causing her to get small and end up battling a worm that has gotten out of an apple.

When walking home, Jimmy, Carl and Sheen spot a poster for an amusem*nt park. Sheen gets excited about meeting Ultra Lord. Carl gets excited to touch a llama. However, their parents refuse to let them go due on a school night. Back home, Jimmy uses some hand-crafted pearls and a rare diamond to persuade Judy, but to no avail. When he tries another way, his rocket backpack is activated creating a mess. Jimmy gets grounded for disobeying his mother again.

Meanwhile, the toaster is found by an egg-like alien race called the Yolkians. They seem to be made of a green substance that contains no water, and they see with eye stalks. They use pods with hovering capability and robot arms to move, but they fly spaceships in space (that look like chickens). King Goobot and his sidekick, Ooblar, watch the message. Then, all the ships in the armada head to Earth.

After a brief talk about rockets with Hugh, he asks Goddard what he should do to convince his parents, which results in sneaking out. In the living room, Judy asks Hugh if they were wrong for not making Jimmy go to Retroland, but Hugh responds with that he is reflecting his ways responsibly. Jimmy later shrinks himself, escapes the house to find his friends, and head to the park to have lots of fun. Jimmy, Carl, and Sheen both go on many rides. Carl and Jimmy go on a tramway while Sheen goes to meet Ultra Lord, which is really a guy in a costume. Carl touches a Llama, and gets a button that says, "I touched a llama." They then go on a roller coaster ride where the cars look like bats and Nick joins them as well.

Meanwhile, Judy and Hugh check up on Jimmy (which is Goddard under a blanket) to tell him that they love him no matter what. They soon realize that they have been too hard on Jimmy. Later, they read a book entitled, "Unwrapping Your Gifted Child" to find a way to make Jimmy feel happy. At that same moment, the Yolkians arrived and kidnapped all the parents in Retroville, along with Judy and Hugh.

On the way home, Carl spots a shooting star, so he, Jimmy, and Sheen wish for no parents so they could have fun all the time and be free. The next morning, Jimmy spots the note set and reads it. The notes are the same for everyone, so Jimmy has Goddard scan for adult life forms. When the report comes back (none are within radar range), the kids start celebrating and doing things they couldn't do normally. They eat tons of junk food, party like there's no tomorrow, and rampage all over the city.

The next morning, the craze has worn off and all the kids are sick from all the junk food, have gotten hurt, and don't know how to take care of themselves. A news report occurs and Courtney Tyler interviews the upset victims. Right when the news report is over, Courtney sobs at the loss of her mother as well. Jimmy is sad that his parents didn't say goodbye and just left him. Goddard shows Jimmy what happened before his parents got kidnapped and becomes suspicious. Jimmy goes to his lab and compares the note the Yolkians left with notes his parents wrote. When the writing doesn't compare, Jimmy realizes that the notes are fake. Goddard finds evidence of aliens on the computer, and Jimmy tracks them to another system. He organizes the other kids in town to build a space armada from the theme park rides to travel there. Three days later, the rockets are ready, and the kids set off to find the parents. While staying on an asteroid, everyone tearfully recalls what their parents did at bedtime before they were kidnapped by aliens.

The next morning, the kids reach Planet Yolkus, and Jimmy, Carl, Sheen, Cindy, Libby, and Goddard go to find the parents so they can call Nick and the others for backup, but they are all kidnapped by the guards. Libby asks Goobot that what he wants with their parents. Goobot tells her that it's what Poultra wants. Cindy asks him what Poultra is. He says that he's tired of explaining and shows a newscast that says that Poultra is their god, and the adults are to be sacrificed to her. He also reveals that Jimmy's message is what gave them the coordinates to Earth. He orders his guards to throw the kids into the dungeon until they are adults, so they can be sacrificed as well and has Ooblar take Goddard to a torture chamber.

In the prison cell, the kids have given up hope, and Sheen and Nick start having a heated argument. Realizing this is all his fault, Jimmy starts crying and feeling bad about giving Goobot the coordinations to earth. Cindy then comes to the depressed Jimmy and comforts him. To get out of the cell, Jimmy calls Goddard on Libby's cell phone and tricks Ooblar into thinking Goddard will self-destruct in an explosion covering 30 square miles. Goddard frees the kids using a glitch in his obedience program (when told to play dead, he detonates in a small explosion, which blows down the door), and they make it to the arena where the parents will be sacrificed to Poultra. When they reach it, an unusual ceremony is finishing (with mind-control devices, the parents do the chicken dance!), and Poultra, a gigantic three-eyed chicken with reptilian legs, hatches from her egg. Jimmy quickly comes up with a plan: Sheen heads to an airfield to obtain a transport, he gets the mind controller, and the rest of the kids keep the guards busy.

They escape, but Goobot follows them in his ship at the head of the Yolkian fleet. He orders the ships to open fire. During the battle, Jimmy skims the surface of the sun, and flares destroy all but Goobot's ship. The king sends a message to Jimmy, who flies out with Goddard. He uses his shrink ray to make himself the size of a planet and blows the ship into an oncoming asteroid. Goobot vows to return. The kids are reunited with their parents, and they make it home safe and sound. Jimmy and his parents later make amends to each other and decide to be a family again.

The next morning, Jimmy and Carl have eggs for breakfast and Judy and Hugh take a few sips of Jimmy's experimental soda and begin to burp uncontrollably. Realizing a picture of an atom (Jimmy's signature logo that could only be found on the front of his shirt), Judy yells "James Isaac Neutron--" before burping loudly. They all laugh, and outside Goddard imitates a bird as he flies off while the film ends.

In a mid-credits' scene, Ms. Fowl rides a worm to the cafeteria as he eats the camera.

Cast[]

Character(s)Voice actress/actor
Jimmy NeutronDebi Derryberry
King GoobotPatrick Stewart
OoblarMartin Short
Carl Wheezer / Carl's Parents
Kid in Classroom / Kid
Rob Paulsen
Sheen EstevezJeff Garcia
Cindy VortexCarolyn Lawrence
Judy Neutron/Vox/Cindy's MomMegan Cavanagh
Hugh Neutron/Pilot/Arena Guard/Cindy's DadMark DeCarlo
Nick/Brittany/PJCandi Milo
LibbyCrystal Scales
NewscastersBob Goen
Mary Hart
Ultra Lord/Mission Control/GeneralJim Cummings
Yokian Guard/GusDavid L. Lander
Zachary/Reporter/AngieKimberly Brooks
GuardPaul Greenberg
HostessLaraine Newman
Little Girl/Camera PersonJeannie Elias
ChrisMichael Hagiwara
Octapuke Kid/Guard/BennieJohn A. Davis
Bobby/Kid/Control YokianKeith Alcorn
Digital VoiceRichard Allen
ScreamersBrain Capshaw
Cheryl Ray
Yokian Incubator OperatorMark Menza
Orthgot/Worm/Demon
Poultra/Girl-Eating Plant/Oyster
Frank Welker
Yokian Officer/Jailbreak Cop
Guard/Robobarber/Anchor Boy
Old Man Johnson
Flurp Announcer
Bobby's Twin Brother/Butch
Billy West
Hyperactive Kid/Arena YokianMatthew Russell
Sheen's DadCarlos Alazraqui
Norad OfficerDee Bradley Baker
GoddardFrank Welker (uncredited)

Reception[]

The movie received very positive reviews from critics and audiences and has a 75% approval on Rotten Tomatoes and was a box office hit. Despite the success of the film, the show remains more popular to this very day, and many people think the movie came during the early run of the show.

Cancelled sequel and a possible reboot film.[]

In June 2002, it was reported that Kate Boutilier had made a deal to write a sequel to the film titled Jimmy Neutron 2: The Search for Carl. However, there was not any progress in the project, and it was cancelled. The plot was later reused in the GBA version of Jimmy Neutron vs. Jimmy Negatron. Keith Alcorn later said that since the animated cartoon television show already came out at that point, it wouldn't make sense for Jimmy Neutron to come back on the large theater screen, since kids and fanatics could watch him on television for free at home.

In 2016, director John A. Davis has stated that he has a story for a Jimmy Neutron reboot feature that he would like to make, but he is waiting for the "right situation" to make it.

Release[]

  • Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius was released in theaters on December 21, 2001, by Paramount Pictures.

Home media[]

  • Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius was released on VHS and DVD by Paramount Home Entertainment on July 2, 2002. It was re-released on DVD on June 22, 2011, and re-released again on DVD on April 25, 2017. It received its first time ever release on Blu-ray on March 8, 2022.[1]

Television broadcasts[]

  • Nickelodeon Television Premiere from September 17, 2004, August 30, 2010, June 6, to June 29, 2014, and December 8, 2020.
  • Nicktoons Television Premiere from May 28, 2005, and December 27, 2020.
  • TeenNick (NickRewind) Television Premiere from December 21, 2019, and December 29, 2020.

Soundtrack[]

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Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius (3)

On November 20, 2001, the movie's soundtrack was released. It contains several original songs from early 2000's pop stars, a rendition of "Kids in America", a rendition of the theme song, and a techno remix of "She Blinded Me with Science".

Track Listing[]

  1. Leave it Up to Me - Aaron Carter
  2. Pop - NSYNC
  3. Parents Just Don't Understand - Lil Romeo, 3LW, and Nick Cannon
  4. Intimidated - Britney Spears
  5. He Blinded Me with Science - Melissa Lefton
  6. A.C's Alien Nation - Aaron Carter
  7. Kids in America - No Secrets
  8. The Answer to Our Life - The Backstreet Boys
  9. Funky Chicken - Stupid
  10. I Can Count on You - True Vibe
  11. Go Jimmy Jimmy - Aaron Carter
  12. Blitzkrieg Bop - The Ramones
  13. Jimmy Neutron Theme - Bowling for Soup

Gallery[]

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Promotional Posters

Deleted Scenes[]

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  • In the theatrical trailer, there is a brief shot where Cindy is shown telling Jimmy, "If we blow up, whatever's left of me is kicking your butt." Television commercials for the movie had the line changed to "kicking your can." In the print novelization, Cindy says this line right before the kids blast off into space.
  • The trailer and novelization also include two other lines of dialogue from Cindy that were ultimately unused in the film. The first of these is her response to Jimmy introducing his shrink ray, which was originally "Will it work on your big head?" (in the finished film, she says "What's the matter, Neutron? Aren't you short enough already?") The other line is "For a nerd, he sure comes in handy." The trailer suggests that she was to say this right before she and Jimmy smile at each other while flying through outer space. The novelization, however, has her saying it to Jimmy after he saves her from being attacked by one of the Yokian guards.
  • The novelization also includes a few other scenes that were cut or changed in the movie itself:
    • A prologue scene is added, showing the Yolkians arriving in the solar system and setting a course for Earth.
    • The scene with Cindy and Libby in Cindy's bedroom (right after Jimmy sneaks out of his house) is slightly longer. Libby asks Cindy if she ever thinks about getting married. Cindy balks at this because she thinks boys are disgusting, but Libby teases her about her crush on Nick.
    • Another scene with the Yolkians arriving on Earth while Jimmy, Carl, and Sheen are at Retroland is included. The Yolkians on the ship receives a video call from King Goobot, and when one of the crew members fails to salute, he is promptly ejected in outer space. Goobot proclaims to commence kidnapping the humans, reminding Captain Spoor to only grab the large specimens because size does matter.
    • After the sequence with the kids celebrating not having their parents around, there is a scene where the Yolkian ships return to Yolkus with the enslaved parents. King Goobot tries out the remote control for the Hats of Obedience, using Hugh Neutron as his test subject. But then Hugh's Hat malfunctions and he briefly reverts back to normal, much to Goobot's annoyance. When Captain Spoor's first officer points out that it was a result of the device being manipulated too aggressively, Goobot obliterates the unfortunate Yokian with his Doomstick (a device not seen in the movie).
    • After the kids blast off into space, there is an extra scene with King Goobot and Ooblar at the Yokian marination plant, discussing their plans to feed the adults to Poultra. They then start poking each of the adults, causing them to scream.
    • After Jimmy shuts off the hypnosis on the adults and they begin to escape, King Goobot uses his Doomstick on Ooblar.
    • During the kids' battle with Poultra, there's a brief scene where Sheen sneaks around the spaceport hangar and hijacks the large space freighter that the humans later use to escape Yolkus.
    • The novelization includes a Yokian character called Captain Spoor, who is in charge of their expedition to the solar system and, in the novelization, is the one who receives Jimmy's message. A brief clip and audio of Spoor watching Jimmy's message can be seen in the theatrical trailer. In the finished film, that scene is changed so that King Goobot directly sees the message himself.
    • In the film, Jimmy's Bubble Travel is engaged by chewing a gumball and blowing it up. But in the trailer, Jimmy hits the ends of his shoes to engage it.
    • The trailer shows three Yokians screaming and running away from Goddard. This suggests that those three yokians were supposed to disassemble Goddard instead of Ooblar trying to disassemble Goddard in the finished film.

Trivia[]

  • This follows up to the episode The Eggpire Strikes Back as a sequel.
  • The part where Judy and Hugh start burping from Jimmy's Burping Soda has become an internet meme in 2020. There's been edits where a sound effect replaces Judy and Hugh's burp. The idea of the Burping Soda came from Steve Oedekerk's daughter Zoe.
  • In an early sequence, Jimmy rides his jetpack past a train labeled MJ12, coinciding with the extra-terrestrial theme.
  • This is the only Jimmy Neutron production to have two brain blasts, instead of one.
    • During the first brain blast at the beginning of the film, the Earwax Museum is seen, marking the only appearance of it (unless you count the Attack of the Twonkies video game).
  • This is the first appearances of Nick Dean, Brittany Tenelli, Butch Pakovski, Ebenezer Wheezer, Martha Wheezer, and General Abercrombie, as well as the first appearance of all the characters that appeared before this properly.
  • This is the first Nickelodeon Movies CGI-animated film.
  • This is the first time Jimmy cries. The second time will be in the episode Brobot.
  • Coincidentally, Patrick Stewart and Martin Short also starred in The Prince of Egypt.
  • The film is notably more emotional and serious than the TV series.
  • A gentle dark ride "Planet of the Cats" is an obvious reference to Franklin J. Schaffner's 1968 film Planet of the Apes.
  • Paramount Pictures' first CGI-animated film.
  • When Jimmy crash lands on his house at the beginning of the movie, three birds flying in a V-shaped pattern can be seen in the sky, several times. This may coincide with the extraterrestrial photographs taken by Billy Meier that featured three UFO's flying over a valley. This can also be observed in several of the TV episodes.
  • At the beginning of the message Jimmy sends to the aliens, he salutes them using the Vulcan salute, "Live Long And Prosper" and when Sheen takes the Ultra Lord oath in the amusem*nt park, his right hand is doing the Vulcan salute as well.
  • Jimmy's girl-eating plant is a parody of Audrey II from the 1986 film "Little Shop of Horrors". Funny enough, the romance of Little Shop of Horrors is between a brown-haired nerd who and a blonde girl. Further, the plant does eventually eat the blonde girl.
  • The Egyptian-style ride "Show Me the Mummy" is a parody of Jerry Maguire's catch-phrase "Show me the money."
  • One of the rides in Retroland, Eye in the Sky, has a scared kid's face with eyes wide open and his hands on his cheeks. That's the famous pose of Macaulay Culkin in Home Alone (which itself is a parody of the Edward Munch painting, The Scream). It is also the pose of Luigi in Luigi's Mansion, released around the time of this film.
  • The alien's Y.T. program is a parody of E.T. (Entertainment Tonight).
  • There is a CGI error when Jimmy and Cindy are arguing about dinosaurs in the classroom, In the background, Carl appears to be phasing through his table desk.
  • During the scene when the kids are camping on the asteroid, Nick's story is from the 1999 film The Blair Witch Project.
  • Look closely when Hugh Neutron is channel surfing on his TV set, the movie open for Nick, called "Rhino", is seen, alongside one indent and TV Land's logo.
  • One ride in Retroland that is made into a spacecraft is called "Bat Outta Heck", an obvious reference to Meat Loaf's song and album, Bat out of Hell.
  • Libby wearing the earpiece on the Yolkian ship's bridge resembles that of Lieutenant Uhura from Star Trek.
  • When the Yolkian planet is viewed in outer space, it seems to be based on Coruscant.
  • Ooblar's name is perhaps a nod to The War of The Worlds where the martian's battle cry is Ulla - pronounced Oolaa.
  • Jimmy keeps the rocket he flies in the film.
  • Although Goddard's radar does not sense any adults, Ms. Fowl is still in the school. This may have been either a malfunction, or she was too tiny to detect.
  • Ms. Fowl is not seen getting back to her original size in the film, which becomes a question in the Q&A segment of a sneak preview for the series.
  • Bolbi is the only one of Jimmy's friends not to go on the mission to save the adults from the Yolkians as he was not introduced until the show's episode, Jimmy for President.
    • In addition, Bolbi also has as similar nods to the character Zachery Jones in this.
  • In the film, Cindy drinks Purple Flurp while doing Tai Chi, but in the book version, she eats a Purple Flurp Bar while doing Tai Chi.
  • In the book, Goddard does ask Jimmy to build him a female poodle in his options.
  • Also, this is the only time Goddard's voice reads the options to Jimmy as opposed to the words that appear on the screen with clicking sounds.
  • Jimmy and the other children battling the Yolkian guards is a reference to Agent J battling the giant alien co*ckroach to prevent him from going near the second spaceship at an abandoned World's Fair from the 1997 film Men in Black.
  • During the opening scene, General Abercrombie sends out planes when he believes that Jimmy, Carl, and Goddard are a UFO. The jets somewhat resemble F-14 Tomcats and F-86 Sabres. The takeoff sequence is somewhat similar to Top Gun, a 1986 film made by Paramount that's about a co*cky fighter pilot being given the chance to train at the Navy Weapons Military School at Miramar, California.
  • An event that aired on May 19, 2007, Nickelodeon took the opportunity to rehire the original voice actors of Jimmy, Sheen, and Carl to return for a special audio commentary version of the film in which their animated counterparts' silhouettes spoofing Mystery Science Theater 3000.
  • This film is also based on the 1998 pilot "Runaway Rocketboy" as well as the shorts from 1999-2001, but with some major differences.
  • The mid-credits scene where Ms. Fowl is riding the worm is a reference to the Frank Herbert novel Dune.
  • The DNA Productions logo is not shown at all.
    • Also, this is the only time where the original O Entertainment logo is shown.
  • Nick briefly makes an innuendo to Jimmy by telling him to "shake it off" when Jimmy has a stomachache from all the junk food.
  • The film is one of two Nickelodeon animated films to be nominated for an Academy Award. The other movie being 2011's Rango, which in fact won the Oscar for the best-animated feature of that year.
  • On January 1, 2020, this movie was added on Netflix.
    • It remains on Netflix despite most of the series being available only on Paramount+. It is currently unknown if it will come to Paramount Plus.
    • It was removed on Netflix as of January 1, 2022.
  • Sheen's dad, due to being voiced by Carlos Alazraqui, has a different nasally voice without the Mexican accent.
    • Also worth noting, Carl's mom has a more soft voice despite still being voiced by Rob Paulsen.
  • An episode of "The Proud Family" called "Tween Town" has a similar concept to this movie. All of the parents of the children, preteens, and teens in Wizville, including the protagonist Penny Proud's parents, were taken away by Al Roker (who was making a guest appearance in that episode) all because Penny wished no adults existed prior to her getting punished for lying to her parents and sneaking out to a party because she wasn't allowed to go there and also in a South Park Episode The Wacky Molestation Adventure also had a similar concept when Kyle’s Parents could not let him go to a concert and every adults in South Park including Stan sister Shelly got arrested by the police.
  • Though like the SpongeBob SquarePants movies, this is currently the only piece of the Jimmy Neutron franchise to be dubbed into Catalan and Uyghur, as the two shows that followed have not been dubbed into said languages.
  • The agreement of regarding dislike of girls brought up by Jimmy and Carl in this would later be brought up again in the episodes Out, Darn Spotlight and Foul Bull.

Goofs[]

  • At the start of the film, Jimmy ejects Carl from his rocket and Jimmy calls "See you in homeroom!" and Carl replies "Okay" but Carl's mouth doesn't move. Also, there are no subtitles for this line.
  • During Jimmy's message he shows the Yolkians a picture of his mom and dad, when pointing out who's who he points to his dad and says mom and points to his mom when he says dad.
  • When Jimmy is walking down the street holding his stomach, the TV "Special Report" comes on in the shop window. "Special" is misspelled "Specail."
  • At the beginning of the movie, Jimmy uses yarn from Carl's sweater, which becomes visibly shorter. However, in later scenes, when Carl is hanging from a tree, his sweater is back to its initial length.
  • When Jimmy flies through "John's Oysters" after school, he comes out with a net full of oysters. In all subsequent shots, the net has disappeared.
  • When Jimmy's sneaking out, the picture of the family is hanging on the wall, perfectly straight, halfway up the stairs and with three other pictures surrounding it. The next morning, it has moved to the top of the stairs, is slightly crooked, and the three pictures are gone. The next time it's seen, when Jimmy looks at the picture while walking up the stairs the next morning, it's back in its original position and the three pictures are around it again.
  • When we first see the parents under King Goobot's control, Jimmy's parents switch from who is on the left and who is on the right though we don't see them move at all.
  • When the kids first see their parents again they are circled around the giant hatching chicken. The camera cuts away and in the next shot where the chicken is visible, the parents are missing. They return a few shots later.
  • Jimmy uses a hair from his head to confirm a DNA match to enter his clubhouse. Hair doesn't contain DNA unless it's had skin cells on it.
  • When Goddard performs the scan of Retroville, it shows there are no adults present. However, Ms. Fowl is present in the montage at the school, despite her being an adult.
  • When Cindy loses her balance while doing Tai Chi and drinking Purple Flurp at the same time and the can hit the floor, the liquid doesn't spill nor does the can become dented.
  • In many shots, the car tires are square.
  • In the credits, the song 'Blitzkrieg Bop' by 'The Ramones' is misspelled as "Blitzkreig Bop".
  • For a single frame in the establishing shot of the school during the Blitzkrieg Bop montage there is a mysterious black void.
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FAQs

Is Jimmy Neutron autistic? ›

A popular fan theory is that Jimmy's intelligence and lack of social skills is because he has Autism; Asperger's Syndrome to be exact.

What is the IQ of Jimmy Neutron? ›

Characterized by his distinctive gravity-defying hairstyle and ridiculously high IQ of 210, Neutron is an aerospace engineer, physicist, astronaut/astronomer, biochemist, computer programmer, and architect. He is considered one of the most intelligent people in Retroville and possibly the show's universe.

Do Jimmy Neutron's parents know he's a genius? ›

Full of common sense, Judy is amused with the many antics of her husband. Like a typical mother, she is often preoccupied with tidying up and usually is concerned when Jimmy is off adventuring, of which Hugh is usually oblivious and unaware of, often lamenting the fact her son is such a genius.

What did Jimmy Neutron say when he was thinking? ›

Jimmy will then shout, "Brain Blast!", and arrive at the solution for whatever danger he has landed himself, his friends, or his town in. In the movie, he does not say "Think, think, think!" or "Brain Blast!" out loud, but says them in his mind.

Does Jimmy Neutron marry Cindy? ›

When they arrive in the future, they see that Libby turned into the evil dictator of Retroville, which caused a chain reaction of misfortune for everyone. Jimmy has married Cindy and they move into the clubhouse. He destroys the lab so Cindy's mother could move in with them, and Cindy makes Jimmy take care of her.

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Parents need to know that Jimmy Neutron, Boy Genius has lots of cartoon action (explosions, crashes, falls, an alien invasion, air battle, spear-play) and some suspense (adults are abducted from Earth and threatened with being eaten by a dragon-like three-eyed monster), but it's always more humorous than violent.

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Michael Kearney

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In the episode, "Beach Party Mummy", it is suggested that Sheen might be on some form of medication and/or medicine (possibly ADHD, since he is hyperactive and has a really short attention span).

Is Carl from Jimmy Neutron smart? ›

A glasses-wearing boy with very low intelligence. Carl's obsessions with llamas is a running gag throughout the series. He has a crush on Jimmy's mom, Judy Neutron. His unhealthy love for llamas stemmed when his parents inflated their cable lineups with a show within a show entitled Llama Boy the Superhero.

Who is Jimmy Neutron's crush? ›

Elizabeth "Betty" Quinlan (voiced by Kath Soucie) is an Asian-American girl and the pretty and most popular girl at the school and Jimmy's crush.

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Jimmy Neutron is a boy genius who loves to make machines that help make things work better.

Why did they stop Jimmy Neutron? ›

DNA Productions, the animation company that worked on Jimmy Neutron, was shut down in 2006 after its final theatrical production, The Ant Bully, was made. The film was poorly received at the box office and it did not perform as well as the company hoped it would. DNA had no choice but to shut their doors as a result.

Is Jimmy Neutron arrogant? ›

Jimmy has a sweet personality, although sometimes he can be a bit arrogant. Jimmy is shown to be quite irritable around most people, the exception being his friends. He can be friendly at times, that he needs (or wants to be), but can come off as a smart alec or nerd occasionally.

Does Sheen from Jimmy Neutron have ADHD? ›

Sheen Estevez from Jimmy Neutron is heavily implied to have ADHD throughout the show.

What is the personality of Jimmy Neutron? ›

Personality...

confident, brilliant, and a bit of a smart aleck. Jimmy's giant brain allows him to dream up wonderful inventions and solve tough problems, but it also gets him into a lot of trouble.

How is Jimmy Neutron so smart? ›

It is obvious that Jimmy's intelligent genes came from Judy based on what she asked him in the episode "See Jimmy Run" (though it seems that he is smarter than her in terms of science wits).

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