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.
Written by Sophie and last updated on oct 18, 2022.
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Bloo has a reputation for being a funny imaginary friend, though his jokes sometimes offend people. When Bloo cracks a joke about a new imaginary friend's height, the new guy challenges him to meet him outside at 4 o'clock. Will Bloo manage to find a way to dodge the challenge or will he have to face the consequences of his joke and possibly be severely injured?
The episode was rated 7.30 from 10 votes.
Mac enters a contest to win a trip to Europe. But when the gang tries to pack at the last second, everyone has delays that keep the gang from going. While at the same time, Mac is getting more upset. Will Mac and his friends be able to make their flight to Europe on time?
The episode was rated 7.23 from 13 votes.
Mac and Bloo ask Mr. Herriman to go camping out in the wilderness. Madame Foster thinks it is a great idea to get away from all the civilization for a while, but when Bloo eats all of the food on a camping trip, everyone struggles to survive. Adversity sets in as Mr. Herriman encounters real bunnies, Madame Foster fights against a bear, Wilt gets stuck in quicksand, Coco has trouble casting a live fish, and Eduardo feels upset about Mac and Bloo trying to hunt the animals down for food. Will they ever make it out in one piece?
The episode was rated 7.20 from 15 votes.
Where There's a Wilt There's a Way: All Wilt wants to do is watch his favorite basketball game on TV, but the house's ridiculous requests and Wilt's ridiculous inability to refuse them threaten to keep him from the big game.
The episode was rated 7.17 from 12 votes.
Mac drafts the gang onto Madame Foster's bowling team to help her beat her arch-rival, Jerkhins. But when Mac gets booted off his own team, he must learn the ways of the ball from a bowling guru. Meanwhile, Bloo is the best player on Foster's team, but the other team steals him by offering him a paddleball if he wins for their team. When Mac is done with his bowling lessons by the bowling guru, he comes back to Foster's team. Will Mac be good enough to beat the other team which now has Bloo or will he mess up and lose?
The episode was rated 7.11 from 18 votes.
Blooregard is convinced that Cheese looks like an alien after watching a sci-fi movie about brain-eating spacemen and reading a tabloid newspaper with a picture that has an alien that looks like him, so he sends a message to outer space in essence inviting them to Earth.
The episode was rated 7.09 from 11 votes.
Mr. Herriman becomes addicted to carrots. Meanwhile, Bloo tries desperately to avoid eating Frankie's "it" by doing bad things, but Mr. Herriman ignores or misinterprets the bad deeds and sends everyone else to bed with no supper instead. Also, Frankie learns to cook "it" under the guiding (and painful) wooden spoon of Madame Foster.
The episode was rated 6.70 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.
Goofball John McGee comes to Foster's, who is a total pain. Frankie thinks he's a teenage kid passing himself off as a imaginary friend, who always needs help on homework, needs to wash his jerseys, and eats all the food that Frankie bought from the store, but everyone else believes otherwise. So now, Frankie is out to prove him as a fraud. But is he really the fraud Frankie thinks he is?
The episode was rated 6.60 from 10 votes.
Mac asks Jackie Khones to help him see who took his library card and took out a book from the library and having it be overdue.
The episode was rated 5.50 from 14 votes.
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