History Tearjerker / FostersHomeForImaginaryFriends

7th Apr '17 3:23:45 AM NWolfman
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** Mac coming home from his first visit to Foster's after dropping off Bloo, with a handful of Coco's eggs. He just walks in and glumly walks back to his room while Terrance follows and repeatedly smacks him in the back of his head.

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** Mac coming home from his first visit to Foster's after dropping off Bloo, with a handful of Coco's eggs. He just walks in and glumly walks back to his room while Terrance follows and [[BigBrotherBully repeatedly smacks him in the back of his head.head]].
7th Apr '17 3:14:00 AM NWolfman
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* The pilot movie is actually very sad. Back before Bloo became a {{Jerkass}}, it was heartbreaking to have to watch him and Mac be split apart. Also, the whole concept of Fosters in general is a bit depressing, seeing as how the main cast only stay there because none of the kids that come in ever want them.

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* The pilot movie is actually very sad. Back before Bloo became a {{Jerkass}}, it was heartbreaking to have to watch him and Mac be having to split apart. Also, up in the whole concept of Fosters in general is a bit depressing, seeing as how the main cast only stay there because none of the kids pilot episode, especially after Mr. Herriman shamelessly breaks his spirit by tell Bloo to his fact that come Mac is never coming back. He's seen it a million times.
** Mac coming home from his first visit to Foster's after dropping off Bloo, with a handful of Coco's eggs. He just walks
in ever want them.and glumly walks back to his room while Terrance follows and repeatedly smacks him in the back of his head.
--> '''Terrance''': Where were you, anyway, ''stupid''? What are those ''stupid'' eggs, ''stupid''?? Where's that ''stupid little blue friend of yours, ''stupid''? Mom told ya to get rid of him!! Ho-ho-hoo boy! If you didn't, you're gonna be so-
--> '''Mac''': (finally turning around and [[SuddenlyShouting screaming]]): I WAS NOWHERE AND THEY'RE NOTHING AND I TOOK CARE OF IT!! '''[[BigWordShout HAPPY?!]]'''
--> ''(Terrance looks at him, speechless, as Mac slams his bedroom door behind him)''.
* When you think about it, it's rather sad that all of these regular characters are imaginary friends ready to be adopted, but who no child wants, apparently.
8th Mar '17 10:42:14 AM CaptainTedium
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* Even if she is an EthnicScrappy with an annoying singing voice, Eurotrish gets quite a raw deal in "Foster's Goes to Europe". Not only does Bloo keep on rudely denying Eurotrish her chances to go back to Europe, but the scene that plays during the credits shows Eurotrish finally making it to her creator's home, [[YankTheDogsChain only for her creator to turn her away]]. It's especially heartbreaking when you take into account that most creators in this series are shown to be loving and caring toward their imaginary friends even in adulthood.
29th Dec '16 6:55:09 AM Hinooka-Homu
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* Frankie's backstory [[WordOfGod according to the Tweets made by Craig McCracken]]. Because Frankie's dad (who was also Foster's son) was disillusioned over Imaginary Friends thanks to his experiences with Mr. Herriman, Frankie was never allowed to have or create one, and she was forced to get rid of the only one she actually got to create thanks to her dad. Her main reason for living with her grandma in Foster's Home instead of with her parents? So she could see that same Imaginary Friend she herself created again someday.
27th Sep '16 1:50:38 PM Monolaf317
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---> '''[[spoiler: Cheese]]''': "[[spoiler: [[WhamLine Okay, bye, doggies!]]]]"

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---> '''[[spoiler: Cheese]]''': "[[spoiler: Cheese]]:''' [[spoiler: [[WhamLine Okay, bye, doggies!]]]]"doggies!]]]]
27th Sep '16 1:49:58 PM Monolaf317
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* The pilot movie is actually very sad. Back before Bloo became a JerkAss, it was heartbreaking to have to watch him and Mac be split apart. Also, the whole concept of Fosters in general is a bit depressing, seeing as how the main cast only stay there because none of the kids that come in ever want them.

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* The pilot movie is actually very sad. Back before Bloo became a JerkAss, {{Jerkass}}, it was heartbreaking to have to watch him and Mac be split apart. Also, the whole concept of Fosters in general is a bit depressing, seeing as how the main cast only stay there because none of the kids that come in ever want them.



* Mr. Herriman's verbal beatdown of World in "Destination Imagination". It's the scolding ''every'' kid dreads, and World looks like he's having a freakin' ''panic attack!''

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* Mr. Herriman's verbal beatdown of World in "Destination Imagination". It's the scolding ''every'' kid dreads, and World looks like he's having a freakin' ''panic attack!''attack!''
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6th Sep '16 5:29:37 PM Hedging
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* The episode that first introduced Goo. She spends most of the episode being loud, talkative, clumsy, and obnoxious, incessantly accidentally creating countless imaginary friends which became residents of the house, leading to the house getting overcrowded. Mac tries to get her to stop, but she is oblivious to the fact that she is causing problems. And as everyone believes it's Mac who keeps letting her into Fosters and has a crush on her (in both cases, it's really Bloo) when the house eventually becomes so crowded they main cast has to sleep on bus, Frankie and Mr. Herriman sympathetically but firmly tell Mac that he is no longer allowed at Fosters because he "can't stop bringing Goo there". Then everyone gives Mac a sad look (except Bloo who gives an "I'm sorry" look, since HE was really responsible.) Mac then releases a shocking TheReasonYouSuckSpeech... which leads to Goo's eyes welling up with tears, and the girl just leaves. Mac later finds Goo in a room crying, and she tearfully admits that the reason she creates so many imaginary friends is because she has no real friends. She then verbally abuses herself for being such an annoying screw-up. This leads to a CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming when Mac takes back everything he said, apologizes, and comforts the poor girl, telling her that he likes her and appreciates her imagination and niceness. Goo then responds by giving Mac a big hug.

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* The episode that first introduced Goo. She spends most of the episode being loud, talkative, clumsy, and obnoxious, incessantly accidentally creating countless imaginary friends which became residents of the house, leading to the house getting overcrowded. Mac tries to get her to stop, but she is oblivious to the fact that she is causing problems. And as everyone believes it's Mac who keeps letting her into Fosters and has a crush on her (in both cases, it's really Bloo) when the house eventually becomes so crowded they main cast has to sleep on bus, Frankie and Mr. Herriman sympathetically but firmly tell Mac that he is no longer allowed at Fosters because he "can't stop bringing Goo there". Then everyone gives Mac a sad look (except Bloo who gives an "I'm sorry" apologetic look, since HE ''he'' was really responsible.) Mac then releases a shocking TheReasonYouSuckSpeech... which leads to Goo's eyes welling up with tears, and the girl just leaves. Mac later finds Goo in a room crying, and she tearfully admits that the reason she creates so many imaginary friends is because she has no real friends. She then verbally abuses herself for being such an annoying screw-up. This leads to a CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming when Mac takes back everything he said, apologizes, and comforts the poor girl, telling her that he likes her and appreciates her imagination and niceness. Goo then responds by giving Mac a big hug.
1st Mar '16 3:23:25 PM Hedging
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* The episode that first introduced Goo. She spends most of the episode being loud, talkative, clumsy, and obnoxious, incessantly accidentally creating countless imaginary friends which became residents of the house, leading to the house getting overcrowded. Mac tries to get her to stop, but she is oblivious to the fact that she is causing problems. Eventually, Mac unleashes a shocking TheReasonYouSuckSpeech... which leads to Goo's eyes welling up with tears, and the girl just leaves. Mac later finds Goo in a room crying, and she tearfully admits that the reason she creates so many imaginary friends is because she has no real friends. She then verbally abuses herself for being such an annoying screw-up. This leads to a CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming when Mac takes back everything he said, apologizes, and comforts the poor girl, telling her that he likes her and appreciates her imagination and niceness. Goo then responds by giving Mac a big hug.

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* The episode that first introduced Goo. She spends most of the episode being loud, talkative, clumsy, and obnoxious, incessantly accidentally creating countless imaginary friends which became residents of the house, leading to the house getting overcrowded. Mac tries to get her to stop, but she is oblivious to the fact that she is causing problems. Eventually, And as everyone believes it's Mac unleashes who keeps letting her into Fosters and has a crush on her (in both cases, it's really Bloo) when the house eventually becomes so crowded they main cast has to sleep on bus, Frankie and Mr. Herriman sympathetically but firmly tell Mac that he is no longer allowed at Fosters because he "can't stop bringing Goo there". Then everyone gives Mac a sad look (except Bloo who gives an "I'm sorry" look, since HE was really responsible.) Mac then releases a shocking TheReasonYouSuckSpeech... which leads to Goo's eyes welling up with tears, and the girl just leaves. Mac later finds Goo in a room crying, and she tearfully admits that the reason she creates so many imaginary friends is because she has no real friends. She then verbally abuses herself for being such an annoying screw-up. This leads to a CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming when Mac takes back everything he said, apologizes, and comforts the poor girl, telling her that he likes her and appreciates her imagination and niceness. Goo then responds by giving Mac a big hug.
8th Aug '15 1:34:38 PM Kartoonkid95
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* Mr. Herriman's verbal beatdown of World in "Destination Imagination". It's the scolding ''every'' kid dreads!

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* Mr. Herriman's verbal beatdown of World in "Destination Imagination". It's the scolding ''every'' kid dreads!dreads, and World looks like he's having a freakin' ''panic attack!''
27th Jul '15 10:54:02 AM Joel32AK
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---> '''Mac''': ''I don't like you!'' ({{Beat}}) Don't you get it? Nobody likes you and Bloo's name is not Chester and Mr. Herriman is not a badger, you play checkers oddly, and protein doesn't come from bananas, it comes from nuts, which you don't need to eat more of because you are nuts! You're chock full of nuts! You're so nuts, you drive ME nuts! (Jumps in Goo's face) Get it? Get it? Get it? Get it? Get it? Get it? Get it?! Everybody thinks you're a nuisance and they all want you to just ''GO HOME!!!''

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---> '''Mac''': ''I don't like you!'' ({{Beat}}) Don't you get it? Nobody likes you! You're annoying and weird and you talk too much and Bloo's name is not Chester and Chester, Mr. Herriman is not a badger, that's not how you play checkers oddly, checkers, and protein doesn't come from bananas, it comes from nuts, which you don't need to eat more of because you are nuts! You're chock full of nuts! You're so nuts, you drive ME ''ME'' nuts! (Jumps in Goo's face) Get it? Get it? Get it? Get it? Get it? Get it? Get it?! Everybody thinks you're a nuisance and they all want you to just ''GO HOME!!!''
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