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Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends

Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends intertitle
Genre Animated television series
Created by Craig McCracken
Voices of Keith Ferguson (Bloo)
Sean Marquette (Mac)
Candi Milo (Coco, Madame Foster & Cheese)
Tom Kenny (Eduardo)
Phil LaMarr (Wilt)
Grey DeLisle (Frankie, Duchess & Goo)
Tom Kane (Mr. Herriman)
Tara Strong (Terrence)
Theme music composer James L. Venable
Country of origin United States
Language(s) English
No. of seasons 6
No. of episodes 79 (List of episodes)
Production
Executive
producer(s)
Craig Mccracken
Supervising
producer(s)
Lauren Faust
Running time 22 minutes approx.
Broadcast
Original channel Cartoon Network
Picture format 480i (SDTV), 1080i (HDTV) for Good Wilt Hunting
Original run August 13, 2004November 27, 2008
External links
Official website
Production website
IMDb profile
TV.com summary
Common rating
Australia G
Canada G
United States TV-Y7

Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends is an Emmy Award winning American animated television series created and produced at Cartoon Network Studios by animator Craig McCracken, creator of The Powerpuff Girls. It first premiered on Cartoon Network on August 13, 2004, as a 90-minute television movie, which led to a series of half-hour episodes. The show will run until November 27, 2008 with a 90-minute movie as the series finale. The series currently airs on Cartoon Network and its affiliates worldwide, except in Canada where it has aired on English and Francophone Teletoon networks due to Canadian television ownership regulations. An animated series or cartoon series is a television series produced by means of animation. ... Craig McCracken (born March 31, 1971- died January 2, 2005 in Charleroi, Pennsylvania) is an American animator mostly known as the creator of the cartoon series The Powerpuff Girls and Fosters Home For Imaginary Friends. ... 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Contents

Concept

Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends.
Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends.

In the Foster's Home For Imaginary Friends universe, imaginary friends become physical beings the instant a child imagines them; unlike how the concept often works on other shows, an Imaginary Friend is totally real, and can be seen, heard and felt by all under most circumstances. Unfortunately for them, the children outgrow them. When this happens, the friends are left to fend for themselves. Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends was founded by the elderly Madame Foster to provide a foster home for abandoned imaginary friends. Image File history File links File history Legend: (cur) = this is the current file, (del) = delete this old version, (rev) = revert to this old version. ... Image File history File links File history Legend: (cur) = this is the current file, (del) = delete this old version, (rev) = revert to this old version. ... For other uses, see Imaginary Friend. ... For other uses, see Imagination (disambiguation). ... Foster care is a system by which adults care for orphans or other children who are not living with their biological parents, for example due to child abuse. ...


There are (according to "Setting A President") 1,340 imaginary friends at Foster's Home; however at the end of "Emancipation Complication" Madame Foster states that there are 2,038 imaginary friends currently residing in the house plus Bloo and Mr. Herriman.[1] The house motto is "Where good ideas are not forgotten".


The inspiration came when McCracken and his wife, Lauren Faust, adopted a pair of dogs from an adoption shelter. McCracken wondered how things would be if there was a similar place for childhood imaginary friends. Lauren Faust is the fiancée of Craig McCracken, the creator of The Powerpuff Girls and Fosters Home for Imaginary Friends. ...


Geography

Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends is supposedly located at 1123 Wilson Way in an unknown city and state in the USA. The founder of the town is revealed to be Elwood P. Dowd,[2] the main character in the play and movie "Harvey". Harvey is a play by Mary Chase. ... This is an article about the play called Harvey. ...


There are numerous clues and hints in the show as to the location of the house for example:

  • There is snow during winter[3]
  • When the friends are at a beach a weather station on cable reports weather in Spokane, Washington, but it also reports the weather for Topeka, Kansas at least two times,[4]
  • A new Imaginary Friend says he is from Canada and when his creator arrives with his parents to pick him up, they mentioned that they took only 45 minutes by train with two stops[5]
  • A sign for Northern New Hampshire is partially seen during Bloo's road trip[6]

Lauren Faust specifically stated, in a thread on the "Never Forgotten Foster's Home Community Forum", that Foster's is located in the Pacific Northwest of the United States . Spokane redirects here. ... This article is about the state capital of Kansas. ... The Pacific Northwest from space The Pacific Northwest, abbreviated PNW, or PacNW is a region in the northwest of North America. ...


Imaginary Friends

Main article: List of characters in Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends

The exact information about Imaginary Friends (or "Friends" for short) is given in bits and pieces throughout the show. Imaginary Friends are fully "real" once created, and can be seen by anyone, not just their creators. Often, they take the form of something strange and bizarre from the child's imagination, such as Dutchess or Coco. Other Imaginary Friends seem to be very simple, especially those made by younger children, such as Bloo or the Scribbles. Many Friends (particularly unimportant ones) seem to be nothing more than normal objects brought to life; such examples include a refrigerator friend named Fridgey, an oven friend named Oveny, etc. Some other Friends look human; for example, at Christmas-time, children often become so excited they imagine up Friends who look like Santa Claus, leading to a high concentration of them at Foster's each December. A typical depiction of Santa Claus. ...


Two "subspecies" of Imaginary Friend are known: Scribbles, which are created by very small children, and Extremosauruses, created by teenagers. The former are small and look, essentially, like scribbled lines a child might draw; they are very bothersome and, as a result, Foster's kept them locked in a single room of the house for a long while. They are not very intelligent, but the other Friends of the house eventually realized they could teach each one a single task to do. They also appear to have no structural form, as imaginary friends can walk, swim, or lie on them (in Bloo's case, he was able to lay down on an entire chair, which was constructed entirely from scribbles). In "The Trouble With Scribbles", they proved to be very popular with adults, because of their ability to do household chores with sufficient ease, and this in turn resulted in many of them being adopted, to the point where only one scribble remained.


Extremosauruses are more varied, and are incredibly dangerous; they usually appear as monsters. Despite this, however, in "Eddie Monster", Extremosauruses are shown to be loyal to their creators, much like ordinary friends. Extremosauruses also vary greatly in design, and make several connections to manga, anime, and various illustrative styles. In 'House of Bloos', an Extremosaurus that attacks Mac, resembles nothing more that a massive sphere supported by four legs, constructed of mines. But in the episode mentioned, they range from evil reptilian-like creatures, to knights, aliens, and to a more humourus extent, a Pikachu-like being with tentacles. Extremosauruses are normally locked up in a cage behind the house, which is first seen in the pilot episode, "House of Bloo's". It is unknown to what species ordinary friends (such as Bloo, Wilt, or Eduardo) belong, or if they are known to have a species at all. It should also be noted that in the episode "Room With a Feud", Wilt, Eduardo and Coco were asked to look after some of the younger friends, to put them to sleep. These friends were slightly smaller than the average baby, yet still had the appearance of an ordinary friend. It is unknown to what species these friends belong. Imaginary friends are sometimes designated as a specific type of friend. For example, Eduardo is commonly referred to as a 'guardian' friend, due to his protective nature. In "Sight for Sore Eyes", Ivan states that he is a "seeing- eye" friend, as he helps his blind creator, Stevie, and although it has never been mentioned in the series, Wilt is regarded as a 'helper' friend, because of his helpful nature, and inability to refuse tasks handed to him by other imaginary friends. Pikachu ) are one of the 493 fictional species of Pokémon creatures from the multi-billion-dollar[1] Pokémon media franchise—a collection of video games, anime, manga, books, trading cards, and other media created by Satoshi Tajiri. ...


Imaginary Friends very rarely age or change their appearance at any point in their lives. It is unknown if Friends marry or have children - a character once thought Mr. Herriman and Coco were married, however, he was also shown to be very ignorant about Friends, so this may have been an error on his part. There is some indication Imaginary Friends can have children - such as Bloo, pretending to be an old man, claiming Mac was his descendant (with no-one arguing about the issue of species). Imaginary Friends imagined by the same person can be called "siblings," however, as if their creators were a parent (though, in one case, Imaginary Friends created by real-life siblings referred to each other as brother and sister, rather than cousins). It is unknown how old Imaginary Friends can live to be, or indeed, if they die at all. In "Say It Isn't Sew", in a dream sequence, Bloo is shown considerably aged, although this is probably an exaggeration of Bloo's thoughts at the present time. In "Bloo Done It", an imaginary friend named Uncle Pockets is shown to have been around for decades, with no change in appearance. Imaginary Friends may only 'die' if they are forgotten entirely, hence the Foster's motto. But apparently in the episode "Seeing Red", Terrence creates an imaginary friend that is literally a slice of pizza, and proceeds to eat him. It's unknown if this is supposed to be a joke, or imaginary friends made to become food items and be eaten, and killed. A similar incident occurred in the episode "Cookie Dough" when Oveny, an imaginary friend created to bake cookies, apparently exploded when Bloo set his temperature to 2500 degrees (although, it could have been an ordinary oven instead).


Imaginary Friends are created by humans, and their creation seems to be a mixture of conscious and subconscious on the part of the creator - for example, Nina Valarossa (Eduardo's creator) explained that she consciously created Eduardo to protect her from bullies and be her playmate; however, she unconsciously created his timid personality because it allowed her to stand up in defense of him, teaching her to be braver. It is interesting to note that often, Friends and their creators have differing personalities (such as well-behaved Mac producing selfish Bloo, or wild Madame Foster creating stuffy Mr. Herriman); this may be related to how a Friend is made in a child's mind.


Imaginary friends are often created when a child needs something, like Terrence imagined two imaginary friends in "Seeing Red", a talking slice of pizza because he was hungry and Red because he needed someone to beat up Bloo. In the episode "Good Wilt Hunting" another fact about imaginary friends is discovered, that they can lose or break their limbs, like Wilt, when he played with his creator against a heavy basketball-headed friend that almost crushed his creator. Wilt quickly pushed his creator and got his arm severely crushed and his eye-stalk broken. Imaginary Food friends are the most endangered Imaginary friends of all because they can be eaten, as seen in "Dinner Is Swerved" where a chicken leg-like friend told Mac and Bloo that he escaped from fat camp because they tried to eat him there.


Episode list

The show currently has 71 episodes spanning across six seasons, it has also aired 19 shorts. This is a list of episodes for the American animated television series Fosters Home for Imaginary Friends. ...


Awards

Annie Awards

The show was nominated for four Annie Awards in 2004, and five more in 2005, winning two awards that year for Best Original Music in a Television Series (James L. Venable and Jennifer Kes Remington for "Duchess of Wails") and Production Design in an Animated TV Series (McCracken with Mike Moon, David Dunnet and Martin Ansolabehere for the Christmas episode "A Lost Claus"). Five more nominations came in 2006, with three wins as Best Animated Television Production, Best Original Music in a TV Series (Venable and Remington winning again for "One False Movie") and Production Design in a TV Series (Ansolabehere by himself for the one-hour "Good Wilt Hunting" episode). Venable and Remington teamed up for the show's lone Annie nominee in 2007, for their original music in a TV series for "The Bloo Superdude and the Magic Potato of Power". The Annie Awards are given to an animation award show created by the International Animated Film Society ASIFA-Hollywood, and are animations highest honor[1]. Originally designed to celebrate lifetime or career contributions to animation in the fields of producing, directing, animation, design, writing, voice acting, sound and sound... James L. Venable is an American film and television composer, known for his scores to the animated TV series Powerpuff Girls and the movie of the same name. ...


Emmy Awards

The show has won a total of five Emmy Awards. The episode "House of Bloo's" won two Emmy Awards for art direction (Mike Moon) and character design (Craig McCracken). "World Wide Wabbit" won an Emmy for best storyboard (Ed Baker). The show's theme song (described by McCracken as "psychedelic ragtime" and written by Venable) was nominated for Best TV Show Theme in 2005, but lost to Danny Elfman's theme to Desperate Housewives. The episode "Go Goo Go" was nominated for Best Animated Program Under One Hour in 2006, and Character Design supervisor Shannon Tindle won an Emmy that same year for that same episode. The 2006 episode "Good Wilt Hunting" was nominated in 2007 for Best Animated Program One Hour or Longer, but lost to the Camp Lazlo episode "Where's Lazlo?". However, David Dunnet won an Emmy for his background key design for said episode. An Emmy Award. ... Psychedelia in music (or also psychedelic music, less formally) is a term that refers to a broad set of popular music styles, genres and scenes, that may include psychedelic rock, psychedelic folk, psychedelic pop, psychedelic soul, psychedelic ambient, psychedelic trance, psychedelic techno, and others. ... Look up ragtime in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. ... Daniel Robert Elfman (born May 29, 1953 in Los Angeles, California) is an American musician who led the rock band Oingo Boingo as singer / songwriter from 1976 until its breakup in 1995, and has composed film scores extensively since 1985s Pee-wees Big Adventure. ... Desperate Housewives is an American television comedy-drama series, created by Marc Cherry, who also serves as show runner, and produced by ABC Studios and Cherry Productions. ... Camp Lazlo is an Emmy Award-winning, American animated television series created by Joe Murray, produced by Cartoon Network Studios and currently airs on Cartoon Network. ... Wheres Lazlo is the first hour-long television movie of the animated series Camp Lazlo which first aired on Cartoon Network on February 18, 2007. ...


DVDs

Season Sets

Foster's Home For Imaginary Friends, Season 1 Release date Episodes
Season 1 March 6, 2007 1-13

All 13 episodes from Season One, including the Pilot movie, "House of Bloos" (released here as three separate parts). Also included: The tone or style of this article or section may not be appropriate for Wikipedia. ... is the 65th day of the year (66th in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. ... Year 2007 (MMVII) was a common year starting on Monday of the Gregorian calendar in the 21st century. ...

  • Commentary on "Store Wars" by Mac, Bloo and Frankie.
  • "What Happens When Your Imagination Runs Wild?" featurette with creator Craig McCracken.
  • Five promotional advertisements for Foster's.
  • "Gallery of Friends": A gallery of some of the lesser known friends of the Home.
  • Trailers for Ben 10 Season One, What's New Scooby Doo? Season One, and The Grim Adventures of Billy and Mandy video game.
  • A code for use on Foster's Big Fat Awesome House Party.
  • Hidden easter eggs on each disc, including an animation test, and a few clips from the show.
Foster's Home For Imaginary Friends, Season 2 Release date Episodes
Season 2 September 11, 2007 14-26

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  • A new gallery of lesser-known friends.
  • A music video featuring Cheese - "Cheesequest"
  • Five more promos for the show.
  • End of episode gags.
  • Commentary by Cheese on "Mac Daddy."
  • Random interruptions by Cheese before and during episodes.
  • Trailers for Ben 10 Season 2, Loonatics Unleashed Season 2, The Grim Adventures of Billy and Mandy Season 1, Re-Animated, and Pop-Tarts Toaster Pastries Presents S'mores on Mars
Title Release date Episodes
Season 3 TBA 2008 27-39
Title Release date Episodes
Season 4 TBA 2008 40-52

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Other DVDs

  • Cartoon Network Halloween Vol. 3: Sweet, Sweet Fear!—"Bloooo"
  • Cartoon Network Fridays, Vol. 1—"Bloo's Brothers"
  • Cartoon Network Christmas Vol. 3—"Store Wars"

Merchandising

Other than in-house items such as Cartoon Network's internet shop (T-Shirts, a Bloo plush, etc.), there has not been much as far as major products. As of 2006, there has been a statue series with Bloo, Mac, and Eduardo featured in the first statue. A second statue features Frankie, Madame Foster, and Mr. Herriman released in December of 2006, and the third in the series featuring Wilt and Coco was released in January of 2007. Two limited edition inkjet (giclée) cels—one with the cast posing for a picture, the other styled like a cross-stitch—were also created. Since then, the merchandising has begun to pick up steam. Scholastic Books has printed game and story books based on episodes, and the complete first season of episodes were made available on Apple's iTunes downloading service as well as a Game Boy Advance game created by CRAVE Entertainment made its' debut in the Fall of 2006. A new game for Nintendo DS debuted in the fall of 2007 titled "Imagination Invaders". Ink jet printers are the most common type of computer printer; and industry and commerce also use them extensively for special-purpose applications. ... Peter Paul Rubens The Hippopotamus Hunt printed on paper and canvas stock with the seven Epson pigmented ink printer cartridges used to produce it (printer and prints commonly called Giclée). ... See Cel programming language for the programming language A cel, short for celluloid, is a transparent sheet on which objects are drawn or painted for traditional, hand-drawn animation. ... A sample cross-stitch of a Welsh dresser Cross-stitch is a popular form of counted-thread embroidery in which X-shaped stitches are used to form a picture. ... Scholastic Corporation (NASDAQ: SCHL) is an American book publishing company known for publishing educational materials for schools, teachers, and parents, and selling and distributing them by mail order and via book clubs and book fairs. ... This article is about the iTunes application. ... “GBA” redirects here. ... For other uses, see Game (disambiguation). ... The Nintendo DS (sometimes abbreviated NDS or more commonly DS) is a handheld game console developed and manufactured by Nintendo. ...


Since January of 2007, as part of an overall deal with Cartoon Network, Mattel has released items related to the mass marketing of the show. Additionally, T-shirts and other merchandise featuring the characters made by punk rock clothing maker Mighty Fine and accessories made by Loungefly have been appearing in popular teen stores such as Hot Topic, who have also produced a gift card featuring Mac and Cheese. Mattel headquarters in El Segundo Mattel Inc. ... T-Shirt A T-shirt (or tee shirt) is a shirt with short or long sleeves, a round neck, put on over the head, without pockets. ... For the Le Tigre song, see Hot Topic (Song). ...


Online promotions

"Adoption" online

In 2005, Cartoon Network Latin America website gave viewers a chance to adopt an imaginary friend online, with Wilt, Coco, and Eduardo as their choices. Similar to Neopets, the players gave their friends food to eat (some good, some not so good) and games to play to keep their imaginary friend happy. At the end of the promotional period, the adopters got a certificate thanking them for participating. For the company of Neopets, see Neopets, Inc. ...


In September 2005, a similar month long game was launched in the United States on Cartoon Network's official site, along with a separate link at FostersFriends.com. In addition to the three previously mentioned friends, players could adopt Uncle Pockets, Cheese, or Ivan. This updated version also used the voice actors associated with those characters, improved graphics, and increased use of Flash animation. Until December 10, 2005, those who made adoptions were able to keep an eye on them. Many of the character reactions have been incorporated into bumpers since May 29, 2006 on Cartoon Network. Through late 2006 and into 2007, this game was known as "Adopt An Imaginary Friend 2" on Cartoon Network's Latin American site. is the 344th day of the year (345th in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. ... Year 2005 (MMV) was a common year starting on Saturday (link displays full calendar) of the Gregorian calendar. ... is the 149th day of the year (150th in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. ... Year 2006 (MMVI) was a common year starting on Sunday of the Gregorian calendar. ...


Big Fat Awesome House Party

The Big Fat Awesome House Party logo.
The Big Fat Awesome House Party logo.

On May 15, 2006, Cartoon Network introduced a new online game, Big Fat Awesome House Party, which allows players to create an online friend to join Bloo and the others in a one-year game online, and earn points that would give them gifts cards and other on-line "merchandise" for their albums and that friend made from one of over 900,000 possible characters could wind up in a future episode of Foster's. The game has become so popular, in May of 2007, Cartoon Network announced that the game would continue for six more months, into November of that year.[7] Big Fat Awesome House Party is an online Adobe Shockwave video game created by Cartoon Networks interactive division and Powerful Robot Games featuring the characters of Fosters Home for Imaginary Friends. ... Image File history File links HouseParty. ... Image File history File links HouseParty. ... is the 135th day of the year (136th in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. ... Year 2006 (MMVI) was a common year starting on Sunday of the Gregorian calendar. ... For Cartoon Network outside of the United States, see Cartoon Network around the world. ... Big Fat Awesome House Party is an online Adobe Shockwave video game created by Cartoon Networks interactive division and Powerful Robot Games featuring the characters of Fosters Home for Imaginary Friends. ...


References

  1. ^ "Dinner is Swerved". Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends. 2004-09-10. No. 7, season 1.
  2. ^ "Challenge of the Superfriends". Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends. 2006-04-28. No. 1, season 4.
  3. ^ "A Lost Claus". Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends. 2005-12-1. No. special, season 3.
  4. ^ "Squeeze The Day". Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends. 2006-05-12. No. 3, season 4.
  5. ^ "Imposter's Home For Um... Make 'Em Up Pals". Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends. 2005-09-16. No. 4, season 3.
  6. ^ "Bus The Two Of Us". Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends. 2006-08-01. No. 7, season 4.
  7. ^ BFAHP web site

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Their problems appear to be solved until a sinster plot by an evil imaginary friend puts Bloo in peril.
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Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends was founded by the elderly Madame Foster to provide a foster home for abandoned imaginary friends; their motto is "Where good ideas are not forgotten." There are over 1,300 imaginary friends at Foster's Home, and according to Mac in "Bloo's Brothers", the house is located at 1123 Wilson Way.
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