A cartoon created by the guy who did Power Puff Girls. It is about a 8-year-old named Mac who is forced to give up his imginary friend named Bloo. There are other characters including Eduardo, a mexican imginary friend; Terrance, Mac's bro; Wilt, a red imaginary friend; Frankie, a 22-year-old; Madam Foster, a old lady who runs the house; Herriman, a rabbit; Duchess, a fugly slut; and Coco, an insane thing.
The plots are interesting and creative, the characters are likable. A lot of the jokes use adult/crude humor, thus making the show not for children. Oh, and it's very funny!
Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends is very funny!
A truly wonderful and imaginative show, one of the best originals Cartoon Network ever had. Beautiful animation and music, wacky characters and themes, a great sense of comedy and a big heart. Unusually complex characters, long ongoing arcs and young adult-oriented reference-laden humour makes for a viewing experience that is both highly comical and intelligent. Watching the hour long pilot is recommended for understanding the basic plot, although every episode is a laught riot you shouldn't miss.
"Did you watch Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends? Doesn't it have wonderful characters and an animation to die for? I whistle the theme song often, it's catchy."
Quite possibly the last remaining kids show on earth that does not suck ass.
"Fosters Home for Imaginary Friends is pure owneage."
"Hot toe picker."
The only thing that's keeping Cartoon Network alive, next to Camp Lazlo
, which is mediocre.
Did you see Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends last night? Lol, Bloo's such an asshole.
The best show in the world! its like a kids home but for imaginary friends whos children have got too old or arent needed anymore
did you watch fosters last night?
yer ed was sooo kewl
A completely over-rated piece of bullshit that kids like to watch and spout about how much this cartoon makes them want to wet their pants in joy. The characters are repetitive and unlikable, the animation is in the 'HOLY GRAIL' flash, and it is repeated 20 times a day thanks to Cartoon Networks 'refreshing' schedule.
Stating your dislike for this show can often result in fantard overdrive. Also,mispronouncing the title Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends' can also bring in mass fantard overdrive.
Mac: Hey Bloo, what are you doing?
Bloo: I'm going to do something to prove that yet again I'm an asshole but since I'm the star of the show, people will like me regardless.
Mac: Isn't that what you did LAST episode?
Bloo: Yes, but this is Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends and no one will notice if the plots are repeated! WE'RE ANIMATED IN FLASH!!