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Foster's Home For Imaginary Friends

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Name: Foster's Home For Imaginary Friends
Country of Origin: USA
Type of Source: Animated TV show
Created By: Craig McCracken
Year Created: 2004

Number of Seasons: 6
Number of Episodes: 79 (+18 Shorts)
Year Ended: 2009


A show on Cartoon Network created by Craig McCracken who is well known for creating The Powerpuff Girls. The events depicted in the program take place in a foster house for somehow-living, breathing imaginary friends, and it is owned by a lady named Madam Foster, hence the title. The stories mainly focus on one Blooreguard Q. Kazoo, who can be a total jackass and is intensely hated for his actions, and Mac, the kid who imagined him into existence and was forced to put him in the home after his mom said he was getting to old to have an imaginary friend.



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  • In the 2008 Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade, the Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends float began with a song about friendship before Rick Astley himself stepped out and Rick Rolled the millions of people watching the parade in New York and on TV.
  • In the season 2 opening to My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic, Madam Foster can be seen in the front car of the train in the background. Lauren Faust, creator of MLP:FiM, is married to Craig McCracken, creator of Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends.
  • Craig McCracken came up with the idea for the show when him and Faust visited a dog shelter to adopt a dog and wondered what it would be like if there was a place like that for imaginary friends.