House of Bloo's

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House of Bloo's is the first episode of the animated television series Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends. The episode's plot follows Mac, an eight-year-old boy who is pressured by his mother to abandon his imaginary friend Bloo, on the grounds that he is too old for him. Upon seeing an ad on television for an orphanage for imaginary friends, Bloo convinces Mac to let him reside in the house so then Mac can visit him everyday. Various intrigues and troubles arise with Mac's brother Terrence and imaginary friend Duchess.

Dialogue[edit]

Mac: All right, guys! Let's bloo this!
Wilt: Aww, Man! I'm sorry, but that was not ok!
Eduardo: Muy stinko!
Coco: [shouts] Coco!
Terrence: Lame! That was stupider than even me!
Bloo: Yeah, Mac! C'mon! "Let's bloo this?" That was so stupid!

Wilt: Oh guys, this is Eduardo. He's one of the nicest imaginary friends here at Foster's! He couldn't hurt a fly!
Eduardo: Oh si, I'm too scared of them anyway!

Coco: Coco?
Mac: No, thanks.
Coco: Coco?
Bloo: Yes!
Coco: Coco?
Bloo: Yes!
Coco: Coco?
Bloo: Yes!
Coco: Coco?
Bloo: Yes!
Coco: Coco?
Bloo: [shouts] Yes!
Coco: Coco?
Bloo: [shouts] Yes! With marshmallows!
Wilt: Oh, no, Bloo. This is Coco. She wasn't asking you if you wanted cocoa, it's just that... well, all she ever says is "Coco."
Coco: Coco!
Bloo: Then what was she asking?

Wilt:: [imitating Groucho Marx] You want any juice?
Bloo: But, c'mon! 'Bloofus?' How stupid can you get?
Terrence: Hey, no STUPID imaginary friend of my STUPID little brother is gonna tell me how STUPID I am, cause i know how STUPID I - [catches himself when he sees Mac and Bloo's stupid wide grins] SHUT UP!

Cast[edit]

  • Mac (voiced by Sean Marquette)
  • Bloo (voiced by Keith Ferguson)
  • Wilt (voiced by Phil LaMarr)
  • Eduardo (voiced by Tom Kenny)
  • Coco (voiced by Candi Milo)
  • Frankie Foster (voiced by Grey DeLisle)
  • Mr. Herriman (voiced by Tom Kane)
  • Madame Foster (voiced by Candi Milo)

External links[edit]

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