Foster and his imaginary friends

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Fosters Home For Imaginary Friends Jr. Chapter Book by Pam Pollack

The new show from the creator of The Powerpuff Girls is a smash hit! An admirable tale of loyalty and adventure-based learning with a contagious sense of fun. -The NY Times

Welcome to Fosters Home for Imaginary Friends, an orphanage for imaginary friends whose children have outgrown them. The Homes residents include Bloo, a lovable imaginary friend whose owner, eight-year-old Mac, brings him to Fosters when his mother tells him hes too old for an imaginary friend. But Mac and Bloo are determined to stick together. And at Madame Fosters, they find an unusual but congenial crew of imaginary friends to join them on their many adventures.

Junior chapter book #1 tells the story of the shows pilot episode.
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Foster's home for imaginary friends - Opening track

It first premiered on Cartoon Network on August 13, as a minute television movie , which led to a series of half-hour episodes. The series aired 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. In the Foster's Home For Imaginary Friends universe, imaginary friends or "friends" for short become physical beings the instant a child imagines them; unlike how the concept often works on other shows, an imaginary friend takes physical and emotional form after a child creates specific details about that character.
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Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends

Sign in. Wilt is getting tense at Creator Day when Mac keeps mentioning the word "creator" to him. Wilt suddenly leaves in the middle of the night and the Foster's friends look for him. Mac realizes that he accidentally created a new imaginary friend named Cheese. Cheese is allowed to stay at Foster's like Bloo, but Bloo has trouble dealing with his new brother Cheese. Mac and Bloo both develop a crush on Frankie, and try to stop her from having any contact with any guy. Eventually, they follow her on a date while in disguise.

It was produced by Cartoon Network Studios and is the first show made by the network to be animated primarily with Adobe Flash and was done in Ireland by Boulder Media. Set in a world in which imaginary friends coexist with humans, it centers on a boy named Mac who is pressured by his mother to abandon his imaginary friend Bloo. After the duo discover an orphanage dedicated to housing abandoned imaginary friends, Bloo moves into the home and is kept from adoption as long as Mac visits him daily. The episodes revolve around Mac and Bloo as they interact with other imaginary friends and house staff and live out their day-to-day adventures, often getting caught up in various predicaments. McCracken conceived the series after adopting two dogs from an animal shelter and applying the concept to imaginary friends. The show first premiered on Cartoon Network on August 13, , as a minute television film. On August 20, it began its normal run of twenty-to-thirty-minute episodes on Fridays, at 7 p.

Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends is an American animated television series created by Mac is often the voice of reason among his friends when they are making decisions. Mac becomes extremely high and hyperactive when he eats.
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He pitched them this simple premise: where do imaginary friends go when their young creators outgrow them? Why to Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends, of course! A home for imaginary friends whose kids have outgrown them, Foster's is a place where friends can live together until they are adopted by another child who needs them. Set in a world where imaginary friends are living, tangible beings who can be seen and heard by everyone including their creator, Foster's Home For Imaginary Friends follows Mac, a shy and creative 8 year old boy, who is forced by his mother to give up his imaginary friend Bloo, a walking, talking protection blanket. He and Bloo discover the titular home for Bloo to live, but because they don't want to be separated forever, they strike a deal with the house that, as long as Mac comes to visit him every day, Bloo won't be adopted. As all of the characters are meant to have been dreamed up by children, the house's other residents are a Cast of Snowflakes made up of an array of wildly surreal creatures. Most of the episodes involve Bloo's egotistical, mischievous personality, in complete contrast to the shy, polite Mac, getting him and his friends into wacky hijinks around the house.

This site uses cookies and other tracking technologies to administer and improve your experience on our site, to help diagnose and troubleshoot potential server malfunctions, and to gather use and demographic information. See our cookie policy. Skip to Content. Get age-based picks. That said, the friends are usually there for each other when it counts. Parents need to know that young kids may not understand the difference between real and imaginary in this series. Potty humor and under-the-radar sexual references "A bust this big needs ample support," in regards to a bust statue, for instance crop up, and the main characters often yell and shout in frustration and are prone to breaking the rules.

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