Top 10 Best Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends EpisodesFoster's Home for Imaginary Friends is a 2004 animated television series about the adventures of a boy named Mac and his imaginary friend Bloo at an orphanage housing abandoned imaginary friends.
Which episode was the best?
My lady? Waits a few seconds. My lady?
Don't mind if I do! Don't mind if I do pick up the fork and eat what's in front of me!
Dear Foster's crew:
YOU ARE AWESOME!
Best show ever. That was the best part of this episode. The Orlando Bloo scene.
The first episode I watched and happened to be the most hilarious!
I died of laughter when I saw the Orlando Bloo scene.
I like it. Watch it on YouTube. It's funny and good.
I haven't seen Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends, but this song is also the title of a song written by TobyMac's son.
This episode literally makes me laugh out loud to the point where my abs hurt. I can never get enough of it!
While I don't hate cheese, I hate the stupid Mac and Cheese joke.
God, I love this episode! I have it on DVD! Yeah!
This is my personal favorite episode! It's so funny. Mr. Herriman installing the keypad and misinterpreting the instructions, everyone locked out and trying to get the code from Cheese, the house getting destroyed, and Frankie's freak-out, it's HILARIOUS!
I just finished watching this one.
Boo: Rip-off artist! *Kicks clerk in the shins and runs*
Clerk: Ow! My shin!
This episode makes me laugh!
Rip-off artist! Absolutely hilarious.
The amazing pilot episode and only time where Bloo is serious and shows affection for Mac.
The comedic relief provided was by far subpar.
A wonderful episode.
The peak of the writing on this show. There are so many hilarious jokes in this episode that I lost count. Cheese sucks, and Mac Daddy is a sub-average episode. This is the best one.
Cheese the day
And a little boy without a father learns an important lesson.
Hi, friends, this is Lauren exploring! Ha ha!
I just love Craig McCracken's cameo in this.
A hilarious satire of modern film production, overuse of special effects, and gratuitous writing.
One true movie.
Wilt is my favorite character, and this episode is the reason why. This episode shows the best of Wilt, and also shows that no matter what, he can and will do the right thing despite the fact that doing good deeds will set him off course on his task. Then we see his backstory, which is heartbreaking to watch such a nice character get broken like Wilt did. Speaking of heartbreaking, this is the first and only episode of Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends to get me to tear up the way I did. Not only does this episode deserve to be in the top 10, but in my opinion, it deserves the number 1 spot.
So fantastic! I love Wilt, so I love this episode.
Best episode of the show. Wilt is my favorite character, and I love how helpful he is. The thing with his arm was really sad.
This has a "that was close" moment for Frankie. Cheese nearly got run over, and technically, Frankie saved Cheese's life. She's a hero.
This one was my favorite episode! Bloo gets really ill. In fact, he was so ill that he turned white. Meanwhile, his friends were watching a scary horror film about a ghost. Because Bloo turned white, he looked just like the ghost in the movie. No more spoilers. You need to watch this episode. It's hilarious!
I thought Slenderman was coming to get Frankie. I was laughing.
I already watched it.
Blow my mind.
This episode is very iconic because it ended with Frankie eating so many cookies that she got fat, igniting the fat Frankie Foster fetish. I have nothing against that, by the way.
This episode ended with Frankie eating so many cookies that she just got fat.
Frankie got fat.
You should really see this episode. The first time I saw it, my sides hurt so bad from laughing! The episode starts out with a nameless imaginary friend hanging for his life over a rushing river. When Frankie and crew hear about this from Bloo, they rush over to try and rescue him. It seems like the friend is in luck because they have a plan, but due to Bloo wanting to help, he ruins everything, and all hope seems lost. Until Madame Foster pulls a daring stunt and saves his life. Later, the event is broadcasted on TV, and respectfully, Madame Foster gets all the praise. Feeling unappreciated for his good deeds, Bloo hatches a hare-brained scheme by waxing the floor, which unintentionally results in injuries to several friends. This also gets broadcasted but with a different reaction. After Frankie explains to Bloo what a good deed is, Bloo tries to redeem himself by setting up "his" own Foster's. He uses cardboard boxes and toys as this results in one of the funniest conversations in ...more