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List Of Foster's Home For Imaginary Friends Episodes - Television Episodes - Season 3 : 2005–2006
... He refuses to let them go but Madame Foster thinks it's a great idea ... Madame Fosters fights a bear, Wilt gets stuck in quicksand, Coco goes fishing, and Mac and Bloo are lost in the woods ... Make 'Em Up Pals" September 16, 2005 (2005-09-16) 305 Goofball John McGee comes to Foster's and makes a total nuisance of himself ...
Secondary Characters Of Foster's Home For Imaginary Friends - Characters - Main Characters
8-year-old boy and Bloo's creator and best friend who visits Foster's every day ... He is considered the nicest person at Foster's and is known for being excessively polite and apologetic, saying "I'm sorry" in almost every sentence ... Frankie (voiced by Grey DeLisle) – Madame Foster's redheaded 22-year-old granddaughter, addressed as "Miss Frances" by Mr ...
List Of Foster's Home For Imaginary Friends Episodes - Television Episodes - Season 2 : 2004-2005
... Is Such Sweet Soiree" January 21, 2005 (2005-01-21) 203 Frankie and Madame Foster are leaving for the day, so Mr ... However, Madame Foster inadvertently gives Bloo the idea to throw a wild party, and he plans to do so without Mr ... 15 "The Big Leblooski" January 28, 2005 (2005-01-28) 201 Mac drafts the gang onto Madame Foster's bowling team to help her beat her arch-rival Jerkins ...
List Of Foster's Home For Imaginary Friends Episodes - Shorts 2006–2007
... Running through the halls, he zaps Madame Foster, Coco and Jackie Khones ... the Phone" December 8, 2006 (2006-12-08) S04 Bloo tries to make a good recording message for the Fosters Home phone, getting various others to help ... Bloo gets satisfied with one but Madame Foster plugs too many devices into the same outlet as the phone, fricassing the phone from the overload "Truth or Stare" December 8, 2006 (2006-12-08) S05 Mac and ...

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