Children who create imaginary friends usually take care of them until they are 7-8 years old. Imaginary friends, left on their own after this event, continue to live in this home founded by old Madam Foster.
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When the friends go out to the beach and leave Bloo in the house alone on purpose so that he doesn't ruin the fun, he and Mac try to squeeze in as much fun as possible and make it the best day of their lives, but are they bringing the house down?
The episode was rated 7.82 from 11 votes.
Foster's is being put on TV, and Frankie wants everything perfect. Meanwhile, Cheese keeps appearing at Foster's, even after being told numerous times that he doesn't live there. So, in an attempt to keep him out, Mr. Herriman installs a security system. Unfortunetly, due to misreading the directions, nobody knows the password except for Cheese, who saw Herriman input the code. But everything the gang tries to get the password out of Cheese fails, and the news crew is only around the corner. Can the gang succeed and get the password out of Cheese?
The episode was rated 7.70 from 10 votes.
When a large and dangerous imaginary friend is destroying the city, Imaginary Man comes and saves the day, and now, Mac is a fan. But once Mac is his sidekick, Bloo is jealous and joins forces with Nemesis, Imaginary Man's mortal enemy. Will justice or evil win in the battle of the superfriends?
The episode was rated 6.69 from 13 votes.
Last updated: oct 18, 2022
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