History Characters / FostersHomeForImaginaryFriends

10th Mar '17 12:59:31 AM The08MetroidMan
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* InnocentlyInsensitive: Played with. Despite becoming a progressively bigger jerk to others up until near the end, it's sometimes implied that Bloo - much like a very young or immature kid - honestly ''doesn't'' understand just how selfish or mean-spirited his actions and behavior can be, let alone the potential consequences of them.

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* InnocentlyInsensitive: Played with. Despite becoming a He's far from being innocent and became progressively bigger jerk to others up until near the end, but it's sometimes implied that Bloo - much like a very young or immature kid - honestly ''doesn't'' might not actually understand just how selfish or mean-spirited his actions and behavior can be, let alone the potential consequences of them. them, and only near the finale did he actually start getting some awareness of it.
10th Mar '17 12:57:35 AM The08MetroidMan
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* ItsAllAboutMe: Frequently prone to wondering aloud why no one is focusing on him.

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* InnocentlyInsensitive: Played with. Despite becoming a progressively bigger jerk to others up until near the end, it's sometimes implied that Bloo - much like a very young or immature kid - honestly ''doesn't'' understand just how selfish or mean-spirited his actions and behavior can be, let alone the potential consequences of them.
* ItsAllAboutMe: Frequently prone to wondering aloud why no one is focusing on him. Doubles as AttentionWhore.



* KarmaHoudini: Most of the time. Especially in the example where he stole the bus, at the end where a Bloo clone is getting chewed out by Frankie for all the trouble he caused, the real Bloo is sneaking off with the bus again. He also is never discovered to have actually been the one who was repeateldly letting Goo into Fosters the whole time instead of Mac, nor does he receive a commeupence.

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* KarmaHoudini: Most of the time. Especially in the example where he stole the bus, at the end where a Bloo clone is getting chewed out by Frankie for all the trouble he caused, the real Bloo is sneaking off with the bus again. He also is never discovered to have actually been the one who was repeateldly repeatedly letting Goo into Fosters the whole time instead of Mac, nor does he receive a commeupence.comeuppance.



* PetTheDog: Even post {{Flanderization}}, he still sometimes shows his soft side such as apologizing to Coco after realizing how much of a jerk he acted in ''Cuckoo for Coco Cards'' or missing Coco, Ed, and Wilt when they all move out of the room in the end of ''Room With a Feud''.

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* PetTheDog: Even post {{Flanderization}}, he still sometimes shows his soft side such as apologizing to Coco after realizing how much of a jerk he acted as in ''Cuckoo for Coco Cards'' or missing Coco, Ed, and Wilt when they all move out of the room in the end of ''Room With a Feud''.
7th Mar '17 7:25:30 AM CaptainTedium
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* EveryoneHasStandards: Bloo may be a {{Jerkass}}, but even he can't stand how snooty and bitchy Duchess is.
27th Feb '17 4:12:11 PM rjd1922
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* AdorablyPrecociousChild" Despite the fact that he's only 8, all of the main cast relies on him for advice and planning. He lampshades it frequently.

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* AdorablyPrecociousChild" AdorablyPrecociousChild: Despite the fact that he's only 8, all of the main cast relies on him for advice and planning. He lampshades it frequently.
25th Feb '17 1:20:14 AM CaptainTedium
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* ButtMonkey: In a few episodes, especially "Imposter's Home", which is a half hour long HumiliationConga of DudeNotFunny moments that culminate in her being the only one to miss a concert she'd been dreaming of for months.

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* ButtMonkey: In a few episodes, especially "Imposter's Home", which is a half hour long HumiliationConga of DudeNotFunny moments that culminate culminates in her being the only one to miss a concert she'd been dreaming of for months.


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* BitchInSheepsClothing: In front of Frankie and Mr. Herriman, he puts on the mask of being a misunderstood and sympathetic NiceGuy who's always being blamed for other people's misbehavior, but takes great relish in framing others for his bad deeds when they aren't around.
19th Feb '17 2:55:48 PM Awesomekid42
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* SmartBall: Held this in ''Trouble With Scribbles'', being quick to find out how the scribbles worked and how they could be helpful rather than nuisances. Due to his selfishness however, it was Mac who actually shared this knowledge with the rest of the house.
19th Feb '17 2:14:14 AM CaptainTedium
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* TookALevelInJerkass: After the pilot episode. The show in general became incredibly cruel and mean-spirited after the whimsical pilot.

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* TookALevelInJerkass: After the pilot episode. The show in general episode, Bloo became incredibly cruel more self-centered and mean-spirited after the whimsical pilot.rude.
18th Feb '17 6:42:31 AM CaptainTedium
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* KarmaHoudini: One of the most infamous examples in the series. Despite Bloo and his friends fighting tooth and nail to catch him, he gets away in the end when Bloo reveals that he planned to get Bendy in trouble. However, since he doesn't appear in any episodes, one can assume he was eventually found out and was kicked out offscreen.

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* KarmaHoudini: One of the most infamous examples in the series. Despite Bloo and his friends fighting tooth and nail to catch him, he gets away in the end when Bloo reveals that he planned to get Bendy in trouble. However, since he doesn't appear in any other episodes, one can assume he was eventually found out and was kicked out offscreen.
18th Feb '17 6:32:52 AM CaptainTedium
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* ThatCameOutWrong: In the pilot, she suggests to Mac's brother Terrence that they work together, but the way she puts it grosses out Terrence because he mistakes it for Duchess coming on to him.
-->'''Duchess''': You and I should hook up!
-->'''Terrence''': Oh, man! I think I'm gonna be sick!



%%* AscendedExtra

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%%* AscendedExtra* AscendedExtra: Started out as a minor background character before being given more focus.
18th Feb '17 6:24:27 AM CaptainTedium
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%%* {{Adorkable}}

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%%* {{Adorkable}}* {{Adorkable}}: He's a very likeable and nice person.



* BigEater: Only when it comes to sugar.

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* BigEater: Only when it comes to sugar. Just one small amount of it will drive him into a frenzy of devouring anything sweet he can find.



%%* NiceGuy

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%%* NiceGuy* NiceGuy: In contrast to his rude and selfish imaginary friend, Mac is a very kindhearted person.



%%* AnimeHair

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%%* AnimeHair* AnimeHair: Her hair is pretty wild.



%%* DeadpanSnarker

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%%* DeadpanSnarker* DeadpanSnarker: She most notably makes remarks about Mr. Herriman ordering her around and complaining about how she does her work.



* FieryRedhead

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* FieryRedheadFieryRedhead: She has red hair and especially gets furious when Mr. Herriman pushes her too fair.



%%* SpikyHair

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%%* SpikyHair* SpikyHair: Her hair ends in a lot of points.



* BigGood: As the owner of Foster's Home.

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* BigGood: As the owner of Foster's Home.Home, she's the most significant and benevolent character in the series.



* MoralityPet: To Mr. Herriman, in a sense.
* NiceGirl: She's generally a friendly and good natured person.
* OutOfCharacterMoment: Stealing the Europe tickets from Mac in "Foster's Goes to Europe" to travel with her friends was probably her lowest point in the series.

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* MoralityPet: To her imaginary Mr. Herriman, in a sense.
sense. She's basically the only person who can convince Mr. Herriman to not be such an overbearing stickler for the rules.
* NiceGirl: She's generally a friendly and good natured good-natured person.
* OutOfCharacterMoment: OutOfCharacterMoment:
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Stealing the Europe tickets from Mac in "Foster's Goes to Europe" to travel with her friends was probably her lowest point in the series.series.
** In the short "Birthday Cake Bloos", she devours Bloo's birthday cake for no reason at all and also has the gall to gloat to her granddaughter that [[ScrewTheRulesIMakeThem she can't really be punished due to being the foster home's owner]].



->'''Voiced by:''' TaraStrong

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->'''Voiced by:''' TaraStrong
Creator/TaraStrong



* AloofBigBrother: He and Mac are not very close to say the least

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* AloofBigBrother: He and Mac are not very close to say the leastleast.



%%* TeensAreMonsters

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%%* TeensAreMonsters* TeensAreMonsters: He's a teenager who bullies his little brother and in general is very unlikable.



%%* HartmanHips

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%%* HartmanHips* HartmanHips: She has a sizeable lower body.



%%* BigEater
%%* BrattyHalfPint

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%%* BigEater
%%* BrattyHalfPint
* BigEater: He tends to have a huge appetite.



%%* DeadpanSnarker

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%%* DeadpanSnarker* DeadpanSnarker: Bloo often makes sarcastic remarks.



* JerkassHasAPoint: In "Partying is Such Sweet Soiree", when Mr. Herriman chews him out for throwing a wild party while Madame Foster was away when she forbade it, Bloo points out to Mr. Herriman that he'll get in trouble when Madame Foster returns as well because he promised no wild parties would happen under his watch. While it was Bloo's fault Mr. Herriman left the house without his supervision in the first place, Bloo was still right about Mr. Herriman not doing his job by keeping things under control.



%%* LargeHam

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%%* LargeHam* LargeHam: He's pretty dramatic at times.



%%* {{Narcissist}}

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%%* {{Narcissist}}* {{Narcissist}}: He is very self-centered.



%%* {{Schemer}}

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%%* {{Schemer}}* {{Schemer}}: He quite often comes up with a plan to satisfy his own self-centered interests and goals.



%%* GentleGiant

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%%* GentleGiant* GentleGiant: He's very tall and also quite amiable.



%%* CloudCuckoolander

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%%* CloudCuckoolander* CloudCuckoolander: She has pretty strange beliefs and quirks, like the aforementioned falling for a lamp and mop.



->'''Voiced by:''' TomKenny

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->'''Voiced by:''' TomKenny
Creator/TomKenny



%%* BigOlUnibrow

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%%* BigOlUnibrow* BigOlUnibrow: He has a giant unibrow over his eyes.



%%* SuperOCD

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%%* SuperOCD* SuperOCD: He can't stand anything being out of place or disorganized.



%%* AmbiguousDisorder

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%%* AmbiguousDisorder* AmbiguousDisorder: At times, he acts as if he has a mental disability.



%%* AxCrazy

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%%* AxCrazy* AxCrazy: She doesn't take it well at all when Bloo doesn't turn her affections and becomes psychotically obsessed with doing anything she can to get them together.



%%* CuteAndPsycho

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%%* CuteAndPsycho* CuteAndPsycho: A cutesy imaginary friend who isn't right in the head.



%%* {{Jerkass}}

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%%* {{Jerkass}}* {{Jerkass}}: She's such an unpleasant person that she makes Bloo look like a saint.



%%* BadassBaritone

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%%* BadassBaritone* BadassBaritone: His voice is very deep.



%%* SmallNameBigEgo

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%%* SmallNameBigEgo* SmallNameBigEgo: He thinks he's better than everyone else.



* KarmaHoudini: One of the most infamous examples in the series. Despite Bloo and his friends fighting tooth and nail to catch him, he gets away in the end when Bloo reveals that he planned to get Bendy in trouble.
%%* MonsterOfTheWeek

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* KarmaHoudini: One of the most infamous examples in the series. Despite Bloo and his friends fighting tooth and nail to catch him, he gets away in the end when Bloo reveals that he planned to get Bendy in trouble.
%%* MonsterOfTheWeek
trouble. However, since he doesn't appear in any episodes, one can assume he was eventually found out and was kicked out offscreen.
* MonsterOfTheWeek: He only appeared in the episode "Everyone Knows It's Bendy", where he was the antagonist.
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