''Good Wilt Hunting'' is the first MadeForTVMovie for the series ''WesternAnimation/FostersHomeForImaginaryFriends'', released at the end of the fourth season. It premiered November 23, 2006.

It's the annual Five-year Reunion at Foster's, where the imaginary friends get to see their creators again once every five years. While Mac and Bloo meet many of the creators of the friends, they wonder who Wilt's creator was. After asking Wilt a number of questions about his creator, he gets nervous and runs inside. The night of the reunion, Wilt decides to leave the house, and explains to Bloo (who followed him downstairs) that he did something terrible and needs to fix things up. Bloo (who thought that by "somthing terrible" meant that Wilt was a criminal) ended up telling everyone in the house the next morning, with Frankie deciding to try to find him. Coming with Frankie are Mac, Bloo, Eduardo, Officer Nina Valerosa (Eduardo's creator), Coco, and Douglas and Adam (Coco's...discoverers).

Along the way, Wilt ends up helping other people with their issues, while finding out more about himself. In this movie, we find out about his backstory. Wilt was once the imaginary friend of all-star basketball player Jordan Micheals, but after losing an important game to him, he ran away. The game also caused his injuries, with a basketball bouncing onto his eye and his arm being crushed (and most likely amputated).

It's pretty much what happens if ''WesternAnimation/FostersHomeForImaginaryFriends'' met ''[[Series/SesameStreet Follow that Bird]]''. The movie was a success, and was nominated for an Emmy (however, it lost to ''[[WesternAnimation/CampLazlo Where's Lazlo?]]'')

[[JustForFun/IThoughtItMeant Not to be confused with]] ''Film/GoodWillHunting''
!!Provides examples of:
* ApologizesALot: Wilt again, but it's explained why this time.
* AsYouKnow: The PreviouslyOn of Part 2 in the two-episode stripped version is Bloo and Mac retelling the events of Part 1 to each other.
* {{Backstory}}: Eduardo and Wilt have one. Coco's isn't really much.
* BigBad: Foul Larry
* BreakTheCutie: Poor Wilt. (In a rare example where this is ''not'' happening to Mac or Eduardo)
* CreatorCameo: CN executive Khaki Jhones appears briefly at the reunion with Jackie Khones
* DarkerAndEdgier
* DirectionlessDriver: Gender-flipped; when Frankie gets lost, Mac complains about how she won't ask for directions.
* {{Expy}}:
** Jordan Michaels, to Michael Jordan.
** Douglas and Adam are basically grown-up versions of [[WesternAnimation/DextersLaboratory Mandark and Dexter]].
* FantasticScience: The nerds that discovered Coco study "figmentology"
* HistoryRepeats: The one-on-one bascket ball game between Wilt and Larry leads to a near repeat of their game in Wilt's backstory. [[spoiler:Only this time Jordan pulls Wilt away from Larry crashing into something.]]
* HornyScientist: The two nerds that found Coco ''really'' have the hots for Frankie.
* KarmaHoudini: Foul Larry and his creator alike. Larry [[spoiler: ''cost Wilt an arm and eye'' and caused him to abandon Jordan in shame.]] By the movie's end, there's no apology- Larry just suddenly adopts a disgustingly sweet puppy dog-ish behavior and ends up at Foster's. Meanwhile, Larry's creator, who is also partly responsible for all the above, is just gone. However, it's also implied that he might have abandoned Larry, so that might account for his lack of punishment for his misdeeds. That, and this is a kid's show.
* OnlySaneMan: Mac and Frankie take this role in the film
* PunnyName: Foul Larry, being a not-quite {{Expy}} for Larry Bird and having a playing style that leans heavily into committing personal fouls.
* RunningGag:
** Eduardo's creator constantly giving Frankie driving tickets.
** Bloo is convinced that Wilt is a DiabolicalMastermind on the run after robbing a bank.
* ShoutOut:
** Douglas and Adam. You know, Douglas Adams.
** ''[[Film/SpaceJam Astro Slam]]'' (which was a shoehorned in EarlyBirdCameo promo for the then upcoming, ''Re-Animated'' which lead to ''Series/OutOfJimmysHead'').
** And, you know, ''Film/GoodWillHunting''.
** Douglas and Adam appear to be grown-up versions of Dexter and Mandark from ''WesternAnimation/DextersLaboratory''.
** Wilt riding a lawnmower might be one to The Straight Story.
* SilenceIsGolden: Wilt's flashbacks are silent up until the last couple seconds.
* SwitchingPOV: We briefly get to see Frankie from Douglas and Adam's POV, and she is ''smokin' hot''.
* WhatHappenedToTheMouse: We never see Foul Larry's creator as an adult, since he's apparently gone separate ways with Larry. Also leaves unanswered questions about his rivalry with Wilt and Jordan.