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The Tooth Fairy was a mythical creature in Earth culture which, according to legend, collected "baby teeth" lost by young children during the night, leaving coins or other gifts in their place. Among adults, the Tooth Fairy was used as an example of a foolish belief.

The Tooth Fairy retained prominence in Earth culture into the 23rd and 24th centuries. (TOS novel: Vulcan!; SCE eBook: Lost Time)


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Muppet

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The Tooth Fairy is an occasionally mythical figure who leaves money for young children in exchange for their outgrown teeth. A Muppet version has appeared on Sesame Street a few times as a sort of "greaser"-type tough guy from the 1950s.

The Tooth Fairy meets Maria in a 1993 episode, and proves who he is by showing how much he knows about Maria -- she used to live on the Grand Concourse of the Bronx, and he would leave a nickel under her pillow whenever she lost a baby tooth. Right now, he has a problem: he doesn't know which of his two unmarked bags is full of teeth, and which one is full of money. He's not willing to look inside them, so Maria suggests that he shake them to see which bag is which. She remarks to the viewer, "This is a very unusual street."

Later in the episode, the Tooth Fairy is distressed because he's just been "ambushed" by a grinning bunch, which means to him that his money will soon be gone; he'll be "cleaned out" by said gang tonight. Maria offers to call the police, but he says it won't work. Suddenly, he spots "them" - the gang he mentioned, which consists of kids with missing teeth! "A very unusual street!" exclaims Maria.

He would reapper in the Season 26 premiere (with a slightly different voice) when he loses his book of children's names (those who had lost teeth) while flying over Sesame Street. Big Bird finds it and returns the book to its owner.

More Tooth Fairies

  • The Toothpaste Fairy had previously appeared on the show, in a 1992 episode.
  • A different version of the Tooth Fairy appeared in "Kermit's Christmas Diary", a story published in Jim Henson's Muppets Annual 1982. In that story, the Fairy is a member of POPCORNS (a club for "People Other People Consider to be Other than Real Normal Specimens"), along with Kermit the Frog and Santa Claus.
  • An animated version of the Tooth Fairy appear in "Elmo's World: Teeth".

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Transformers

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From Teletraan I: The Transformers Wiki

The Tooth Fairy is a being from the Movie continuity family.

The Tooth Fairy presumably has something to do with teeth. Who knows?

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Transformers film

A little girl mistook Ironhide for the Tooth Fairy once. Transformers

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