'''''Destination Imagination''''' is a MadeForTVMovie based on ''WesternAnimation/FostersHomeForImaginaryFriends''. It falls somewhere[[note]]Basically anywhere you want to put it[[/note]] in the sixth season of the show, and was released in November of 2008.
This time, the Foster's crew receives a mysterious box that is not to be opened, but when Frankie directly disobeys Mr. Herriman's orders to take a peak inside, she finds herself in a glorious kingdom inhabited by one lonely imaginary friend. Frankie continues to visit the box each day, and her friend grows so attached to her that he eventually decides not to let her go, and it's up to Mac, Bloo, Coco, Wilt, and Eduardo to rescue her, as they come to realize that the seemingly harmless world inside the box isn't all it appears to be.
Notable for being a much DarkerAndEdgier take on the series, the film was well received by critics and fans alike, even winning itself an Emmy for Outstanding Animated Program.
!!The film provides examples of:
* BigBad: World is definitely the most intense villain from the series.
* BrokenBridge: The musical piano bridge.
* CharacterDevelopment: Some there between Frankie and Mr. Herriman to the point where [[spoiler: Mr. Herriman admits that it was wrong of him to act so harsh and judgmental towards her]].
* ConvenientReplacementCharacter: Mr. Herriman tries to replace Frankie after she disappears, the first (Emmy, who looks exactly like Frankie, only with longer hair and a mojojo shirt) runs off after seeing all of Frankies duties, a second look-a-like who is male, and several other workers. (who Harrimen instanly fires over little things)
* CloneArmy: when Bloo and the gang fall into the silly-putty like glob pool.
* DarkerAndEdgier: Noticeably more so than the series, and [[WesternAnimation/GoodWiltHunting the other made for TV movie]]. It was even rated PG.
* FacelessMasses: quite literally every "inhabitant" of the toy box [[spoiler: until world uses their bodies.]]
* FlippantForgiveness: Bloo towards World
* GrandFinale: While most fans consider "Goodbye to Bloo" the real finale, others could argue that this one wraps up the series quite nicely.
* [[spoiler:HeelFaceTurn: World]]
* HeroAntagonist: Although the character Hero seems helpful and well...heroic a first, [[spoiler: in truth he is actually World trying to scare off Mac and the imaginary friends from getting to Frankie.]]
* InterruptedCooldownHug: Happens when Frankie had just calmed World down and made him friendly towards her friends when Mr. Herriman comes barging in and basically reinforces every one of his fears in one fell swoop before attempting to push everyone out of the toy chest. Cue the Unstoppable Rage that literally tears the entire reality of the toy chest apart.
* KillItWithFire: At one point Coco lays an egg with a flamethrower inside, though she never actually kills anything with it.
* OrderedApology: Frankie does this for both world and Bloo, more kindly with world but a flat our order with bloo.
* PrecisionFStrike: After Mr. Herriman sets World off, Bloo gives him an earful (for a kids cartoon).
--> '''Mr. Herriman''': Good heavens! What's happening?
--> '''Bloo''': You pissed him off! That's what's happening!
* SealedEvilInATeddyBear: [[spoiler:The purple puppy.]]
* SlowClap: not actually a clap, but Mac is the first to accept World's more sincere apology, and then the others follow.
* UnwittingInstigatorOfDoom: Mr. Herriman. See InterruptedCooldownHug.
* WoobieDestroyerOfWorlds: World.