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* The 1st of a [[ThreeShorts Two Shorts Format episode,]] entitled "Where There's A Wilt There's A Way", is mostly just 15 minutes of Wilt missing a basketball game on TV doing favors for people because of his inability to say no, which even gets him into ''jail'' and ''escaping'' from it '''twice.''' So at the end, he gets back to Foster's, grabs Bloo a bowl of chips (the favor which, keep in mind, if Bloo hadn't asked in the first place, Wilt could have seen the entire game uninterrupted), and sits down the ''very moment the game ends''. Bloo pettily complains that Wilt didn't get the right flavor of chips and demands that he go back and get the right kind. Wilt finally snaps and delivers a '''[[BigNo CLUSTER BIG NO]]'''.

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* The 1st of a [[ThreeShorts Two Shorts Format episode,]] entitled "Where There's A Wilt There's A Way", is mostly just 15 minutes of Wilt missing a basketball game on TV doing favors for people because of his inability to say no, which even gets him into ''jail'' and ''escaping'' from it '''twice.''' As this goes on, he slowly starts to go crazy at his inability to say "No". So at the end, he gets back to Foster's, grabs Bloo a bowl of chips (the favor which, keep in mind, if Bloo hadn't asked in the first place, Wilt could have seen the entire game uninterrupted), and sits down the ''very moment the game ends''. Bloo pettily complains that Wilt didn't get the right flavor of chips and demands that he go back and get the right kind. Wilt finally snaps and delivers a '''[[BigNo CLUSTER BIG NO]]'''.



* Eduardo rescuing all of the friends from the [[Franchise/{{Pokemon}} Pikachu-ripoff]] creature. Someone that hysterical managing to stay calm, cool, and collected for that long deserves some kind of medal.

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* ** Eduardo rescuing all of the friends from the [[Franchise/{{Pokemon}} Pikachu-ripoff]] creature. Someone that hysterical managing to stay calm, cool, and collected for that long deserves some kind of medal.



** And then Eduardo pushes Terrance into the crate with the Pikachu Extremasaur, resulting in him getting shocked. When he comes out, he cries for his mother and wets himself. Eduardo has this to say, "Who's the scaredy-baby now?"

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** And then Eduardo pushes Terrance into the crate with the Pikachu Extremasaur, Extremosaur, resulting in him getting shocked. When he comes out, he cries for his mother and wets himself. Eduardo has this to say, "Who's the scaredy-baby now?"

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[[spoiler: In the series finale, it's ''Cheese'' who gets the last word as he's brought to Foster's as it's new resident, much to everyone's absolute horror.]]

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* [[spoiler: In the series finale, it's ''Cheese'' who gets the last word as he's brought to Foster's as it's new resident, much to everyone's absolute horror.]]

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[[spoiler: In the series finale, it's ''Cheese'' who gets the last word as he's brought to Foster's as it's new resident, much to everyone's absolute horror.]]


* In "The Sweet Stench of Success", Bloo has been enslaved by his crooked manager into being a spokesman. During a show, he manages to tap out a Morse Code message to Mac, who then rallies everyone else to save them. He ends up exposing the manager for marketing a product that doesn't help people smell better (in fact, it actually makes you smell ''worse''), causing the guy to be dragged off to jail for false advertising.

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* In "The Sweet Stench of Success", Bloo has been enslaved by his crooked manager into being a deodorant spokesman. During a show, he manages to tap out a Morse Code message to Mac, who then rallies everyone else to save them. He ends up exposing the manager for marketing a product that doesn't help people smell better (in fact, it actually makes you smell ''worse''), causing the guy to be dragged off to jail for false advertising.

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** And then Eduardo pushes Terrance into the crate with the Pikachu Extremasaur, resulting in him getting shocked. When he comes out, he cries for his mother and wets himself. Eduardo has this to say, "Who's the scaredy-baby now?"


* Not in show, but rather, [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wL-hNMJvcyI at the 2008]] UsefulNotes/MacysThanksgivingDayParade.[[note]][[spoiler:[[RickRoll We're no strangers to loooove...]]]][[/note]]

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* Not in show, but rather, [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wL-hNMJvcyI at the 2008]] UsefulNotes/MacysThanksgivingDayParade.[[note]][[spoiler:[[RickRoll [[note]][[JustForFun/{{Rickroll}} We're no strangers to loooove...]]]][[/note]]]][[/note]]

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* Bloo's BatmanGambit against Ed and the children that Ed had been lying to in "Better Off Ed". It's one of the few times where Bloo shows that he can be devilishly intelligent if he really puts his mind to it.

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* In "Room with a Feud", at one point Bloo dumps his stuff into the room all the imaginary friends want as their own, and begins to sing [[EarWorm My stuff's here so I live in the room]]. Visibly annoying everyone. Scene cuts to GentleGiant Eduardo throwing Bloo and all his things into the garbage can outside and responding "Oh yeah? Now you live in the trash" and slamming the lid on Bloo.

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* At the end of "Affair Weather Friends", Bloo initially appears to fail the FriendOrIdolDecision by going for the high-tech paddle ball instead of Mac about to be hit by a train. However, he immediately turns it around by throwing the ball to Mac, who catches it in his teeth and is subsequently pulled out of [[ItMakesSenseInContext the rubber band ball he's tied up in.]]


* In "The Sweet Stench of Success", Bloo has been enslaved by his crooked manager into being a spokesman. During a show, he manages to tap out a Morse Code message to Mac, who then rallies everyone else to save them. He ends up exposing the manager for marketing a product that doesn't help people smell better, causing the guy to be dragged off to jail for false advertising.

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* In "The Sweet Stench of Success", Bloo has been enslaved by his crooked manager into being a spokesman. During a show, he manages to tap out a Morse Code message to Mac, who then rallies everyone else to save them. He ends up exposing the manager for marketing a product that doesn't help people smell better, better (in fact, it actually makes you smell ''worse''), causing the guy to be dragged off to jail for false advertising.

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* Red standing up to Terrence and dishing out some sweet LaserGuidedKarma to him in "Seeing Red"
-->'''Red:''' Red not like Terrence's words. Red not mean like Terrence, Red not bad like Terrence. But if you want Red to be bad, let Red start with TERRENCE! (throws Terrence into the air)

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** The last scene of the episode has Mac and Bloo comment how awesome of a beatdown she gave the guy, including a super-atomic-wedge of sorts (and that he wore ''briefs'').

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** The last scene of the episode has Mac and Bloo comment how awesome of a beatdown she gave the guy, including a super-atomic-wedge super-atomic-wedgie of sorts (and discovering that he wore wears ''briefs'').


--> Madame Foster: Yes, my imaginary friends, these three will be devoured by Foster's like bagels with lox! I say we shall outlast them all! We shall make this night one worthy of remembrance! Alright my imaginary friends, TO WAR!
--> Mac: What!? How did they know we were coming?
--> Bloo: The mighty eye of Foster sees all.

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--> Madame Foster: -->'''Madame Foster:''' Yes, my imaginary friends, these three will be devoured by Foster's like bagels with lox! I say we shall outlast them all! We shall make this night one worthy of remembrance! Alright my imaginary friends, TO WAR!
--> Mac: -->'''Mac:''' What!? How did they know we were coming?
--> Bloo: -->'''Bloo:''' The mighty eye of Foster sees all.

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