Jamez Withazee is noted by Mac as being "too cool for school." One day, a toy box is discovered at Foster’s front door. The hand, they realize, belongs to a tall, handsome Robin Hood-esque hero figure who talks in an older form of Shakespeare-style English tongue. Herriman then scolds World for bringing and keeping Frankie in the toy chest, and says that he is going to drag Frankie and the others out of the toy box and leave him alone to think about his actions. According to. Unfortunately for them, the children eventually outgrow them around ages 7–8. One day, a toy box is discovered at Foster’s front door.

When kids dream up pals, they come to life and the house is filled with diverse characters waiting to be reunited or adopted to new kids. She promises to return the next day, and it soon becomes a routine for her to fulfill her tiring job and then take a dive inside the toy box to take a load off and be treated like royalty. The title shows the name “Foster’s Home for Imaginary Friends: Destination Imagination”.] They eventually end up at the home of a stuffed toy dog who takes them to his home to rest for the night feigns kindness but then feeds them crumpets that are dusted with sleeping powder (which he presents to them as powdered sugar). When Bloo throws one of coco's eggs at a Wobbly Policeman he says "These people wobble but they don't fall down" which is a reference to Weebles and part of the Weebles song "They wobble but they won't fall down. I mean come on, isn't friendship what Foster's is all about?" They take them to Madame Foster’s Home for Imaginary Friends, a vast Victorian mansion with endless rooms and hundreds of thought-up playmates. When World said he's everything, everywhere, and everyone, Mac disagreed with him saying he is one person and can only be one thing/person at one time, however World was sort of correct because near the end in his rage he tore apart his own realm, so in a way, he's God in his realm, the realms embodiment. In the game, the player controls Bloo, who performs tasks and completes quests while fighting against "Space Nut Boogies". Frankie, who is enamored with the world that World has built (which she already knows to be the animator of toy figures), is disturbed from her observations by tiny, squeaky voices. They are then pursued by Weeble-like policemen to a river of plastic balls, into which they fall after a long battle with the police. Bloo, Mac, Coco, Eduardo, and Wilt journey through the world to rescue her, facing perils and challenges along the way. DO NOT OPEN! She initially looks inside the unusually-deep box, only to accidentally fall into it, which she realizes is a world in itself. Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat.

Description. After the appearance of a mysterious toy chest, Frankie Foster disappears! Set In a World... where imaginary friends are living, tangible beings who can be seen and heard by everyone including their creator, Foster's Home For Imaginary Friends follows Mac, a shy and creative 8 year old boy, who is forced by his mother to give up his imaginary friend Bloo, a walking, talking protection blanket. Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends: Destination Imagination Cast. Becoming distraught and furiously by this, the entire world crumbles as he pursues Herriman, Frankie and the rest; after a long and hard retreat, World becomes a huge dragon-like combination of the many objects of the box and easily defeats Wilt, flinging him, blows Coco away with his wings, and nearly kills Bloo by shooting him with a laser, opening a fissure that threatens to kill him but Eduardo saves him, Eduardo then confronts World and manages to force him back, both then dash towards each other but before they can clash, World cheats and flings Eduardo away with his tail, and finally he chases Mr. Herriman. After realizing that World is large enough for them to use to get back home, Mac and the others, with the exception of Frankie, get onto his back. Running downstairs, the group is tossed around by the house as it is moved topsy-turvy; when it stabilizes, the group opens the door of the house. [[Category:Season {{{season}}}]][[Category:Season {{{season}}} Episodes]]Destination: Imagination is the second 90-minute movie in the series Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends. Every student in Mac's school looks up to and admires Jamez because of how cool he is. Frankie once made a cameo appearance in The Powerpuff Girls series finale , "The Powerpuff Girls Rule! The box is taken up to the attic, and against the instruction of both Herriman and the letter-in-tow, she decides to open the box and free the friend. That nagged him, and Mr. Herriman said that he was sick of all the things they did and he hopped off to the attic to find Frankie. Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends: Destination Imagination. A toy box appears at the front door of Foster's and Frankie is ordered to take it to the attic. But before Mr. Herriman can continue, they start passing the mop around until they talk about their problem. This is a reference to the movie "And Now for Something Completely Different.". World is an imaginary friend who appeared as the reformed main antagonist in the Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends movie Destination Imagination. [Thunder flashes as the little boy and his mother were afraid of what’s inside the crate and hug. A furious Mr. Herriman bounces to the attic to find Frankie, only to see the toy box's chains broken; he then bounces out, threatening to hand her a pink slip. A bitter argument ensues between Frankie and the rest, but then Mr. Herriman consents to her opening the box, cracking a very-rarely-seen smile. The group is then gassed out cold by World, who possesses the figure of a sorcerer. Here he can have all the friends in the world. Imagination Companions, A Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends Wiki is a FANDOM TV Community. When kids dream up pals, they come to life and the house is filled with diverse characters waiting to be reunited or adopted to new kids. That's what he was trying to protect. The Robin Hood figure sacrifices himself while the group makes their escape. According to the credits, the face's name is ", The collapsing castle scene is similar to Disney's, When we see Frankie wearing her hair in an upswept do and a gold dress, it's a reference to, As Frankie (and later, the others) fall down into the world within the toybox, this is a reference to the story, When Mac said "There must be another way back, like in this wardrobe!," this was a reference to. During the post-credits scene Madame Foster shows up at the door, refreshed from her vacation but wondering where everyone is. We see Herriman show respect for Frankie for the first time. That's all he wanted. Soon all but Frankie make it out of the toy box as World, still in his monster form, eats Frankie and swallows her whole. Madame Foster only appears in the credits of this episode. One night while having a sleep over at Fosters, Mac was tossing and turning and it turns out to be a bad dream. The group realizes that the face can animate anything that he slips onto, like the leader of the Weeble policemen they saw earlier, the "Excelsior" guy, and the toy dog. Morsey is a … The group then lets her open the box, and a very frightened World (with whom she negotiated her release in return for his release) emerges. "); despite Frankie's protestations, she is ordered by Herriman to take the box up to the attic. He and Bloo discover the titular home for Bloo to live, but because they don't want … More of the house's residents watch in a bet, as Mac seems to start losing his grip, only to recover it. He is voiced by Max Burkholder. With Keith Ferguson, Sean Marquette, Grey Griffin, Phil LaMarr. In the Foster's Home For Imaginary Friends universe, imaginary friends (or "friends" for short) become physical beings the instant a child imagines them; unlike how the concept often works on other shows, an imaginary friend takes physical and emotional form after a child creates specific details about that character. Blooregard Q. Kazoo. They then wander into a town in the world, only to find that none of the toys notice or respond to them. All rights belong to Turner Inc.Uploaded for fair entertainment usage only, not for financial gain.Subscribe for more clips! ", During the video game section, which is based on, In some scenes where the interior of the house is seen, the pattern on the floor carpet is based on that of the Overlook Hotel, featured in. This is the second episode where Mr. Herriman smiles. Afraid that she may find out, World tries to coax her away from the miniature Foster's House, but a paper plane flies into her head; picking it up, Frankie finds the miniature group inside. Imagination Companions, A Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends Wiki is a FANDOM TV Community. World soon adapts to the outside world, and Frankie knits him a stuffed body; the residents also agree to cooperatively take care of cleaning and care taking affairs for Frankie so that she can have a temporary respite from her duties, and all the residents soon join Frankie and World in jumping into the toy box world. There, they meet Mr. Herriman, Frankie, Wilt, Coco, and Eduardo, who all announce that eventually, Bloo will … For him, that thing is a friend. Mac (in a sleepover with Bloo at the Home), along with Wilt, Coco, and Eduardo ponder the whereabouts of Frankie, as she hasn't made her tasty French toast breakfast. Plus some voice actors/actress will replaces at new one. This causes a symmetry, as Frankie normally wears a t-shirt of the title characters. ". Directed by Craig McCracken, Rob Renzetti. World is an imaginary friend who appeared as the main antagonist in the Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends movie "Destination Imagination".. voiced by Keith Ferguson and 2 others. ... No crossover for Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends. There was a scene where a replacement for Frankie wore a Mojo Jojo T-shirt, referencing Craig McCracken's other work, The Powerpuff Girls. The movie debuted on November 27, 2008 (Thanksgiving Day in the United States) on Cartoon Network at 8 PM ET/PT. In the series premiere movie, Mac sends Bloo to live at Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends after being told by his mother that he is too old to have an imaginary friend. Personality. 2008. ) One scene featured a Mary Poppins parody. Edit. Destination Imagination is a Made-for-TV Movie based on Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends.It falls somewhere note in the sixth season of the show, and was released in November of 2008.. Meanwhile, Mr. Herriman is trying to get a new employ for the job, but no avail. Left in the attic, Mac and the others look for Frankie, only to find that the toy box is not only alive, but ticklish; they then tickle it to open the lid, and then fall inside as well to find Frankie. Before Destination Imagination. Imagination Companions, A Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends Wiki is a FANDOM TV Community. voiced by Tom Kenny and 2 others. All Rights Reserved. voiced by Phil LaMarr and 1 other. When she looks inside, she falls into a strange imaginary world. ... Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends Fanon Wiki is a FANDOM TV Community. 1h 6min | Animation, Adventure, Comedy | TV Movie 27 November 2008. World gets happy already and everyone is really confused, Frankie's answer is: "Well think of it this way: Imagine if you were able to have anything you wanted, except one thing, when that one thing is what you wanted more than anything else. Frankie, ever the caretaking friend to the imaginary friends at Foster's, becomes thoroughly … Frankie, ever the caretaking friend to the imaginary friends at Foster's, becomes thoroughly disgusted with being bossed around by Mr. Herriman day by day combined with the endless chores and no help or even a simple "thank you" for all the work she does. 1 Premise 2 Characters 2.1 Main Characters (Imaginary Friends) 2.1.1 Major/Minor 2.1.2 Extremesaur 2.2 Main Characters (Dark Imaginary Friends) 3 … Mac. Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends: Destination Imagination (TV Movie 2008) cast and crew credits, including actors, actresses, directors, writers and more. Cartoons: Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends fanfiction archive with over 806 stories. Biography. After failing to cross a piano-like bridge, the group fall into a gooey, sticky canyon full clay-gunk zombie copies of themselves (When Bloo sees his zombie copies, he screams, "It's an army of zombies! He wears a blue hat, red shirt, and blue overalls. He is the featured character in the episode Bye Bye Nerdy. World can be best described as happy and rather enigmatic due to his many different bodies and is a bit of a prankster, but well meaning most of the time. She then refuses to come back with them. They plead to Frankie to come back to the real world, but Frankie takes their pleas as acts of selfishness, thinking they only liked her because of all the nice things she did for them. So I brought him here. There was a misunderstanding between the script and the closed captioning. Incredibly handsome zombies!"). Tommorow there is going to be the premierre of Read em and Weep. © 2020 MegaCartoons. The Robin Hood-like figure, who yells "Excelsior!" "Destination: Imagination" is a television special of the animated television series Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends. "Truth or Dare" is the fifth short of Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends. [[Category:Season {{{season}}}]][[Category:Season {{{season}}} Episodes]]Destination: Imagination is the second 90-minute movie in the series Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends. voiced by Sean Marquette and 2 others. They float down the river, but are then pulled under by a large glove-covered hand. After tackling certain bizarre toy box trials and tribulations, Bloo, Mac, Wilt, Eduardo, and Coco discover Frankie’s whereabouts and set out to rescue her from this strange world. Mac drafts the gang onto Madame Foster's bowling team to help her beat her arch-rival Flo. Wilt. In this Emmy Award-winning movie, Frankie is tired of working without being thanked. This short aired on December 8, 2006. In fact when Frankie first entered his realm World was just a disembodied voice that seemed to come from everywhere and nowhere. At Fosters, Mr. Herriman was mopping the floor until the rest of the Imaginary friends were still upset about their problem. Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends Season show reviews & Metacritic score: Frankie is sick and tired of working without being thanked, and when she opens a toy box, she discovers a strange world. However, one day, she is about to leave for the real world, but then the imaginary friend (who also controls everything in the world in the toy box) locks the doors and windows of the castle in which she was staying for the afternoon. Scrappy is a knitted imaginary friend with a button nose who speaks with a Brooklyn accent. Mac and Bloo have a staring contest and Eduardo tries to talk to them only to think they're frozen solid, consequently getting Frankie to tell him about it. as a battle cry, repeatedly tries to warn the group away from pursuing their quest as he follows them through different, trying environments that the group overcomes, like a forest full of springs or a sea of lava. The plot of the special follows Frankie, who becomes trapped in a huge, mysterious world where she is treated like royalty but forced not to leave. Frankie is ordered to take it to the attic and leave it alone, but she knows there is an imaginary friend trapped inside, and opens the box to find it. Classic editor History Comments Share. Sometimes imaginary friends get lost or kids outgrow them and that’s why Madame Foster started Foster’s Home for Imaginary Friends. The apple dries up, but then a group of toy horses gallops by; World on the apple then calls out to a stray horse that then attempts to eat the apple, only to become World's new courier. The sleeping powder was a trap to keep them away from Frankie when tied up, but Mac pretended to eat the crumpets because he's not allowed to eat sugar, that begins to fool the toy dog by a clay gunk zombie copy of him and didn't get trapped, but then the toy dog's face (which is World's true form) slips off of the dog and onto the body of a stuffed squirrel, who then comes to life. Eduardo. Follow the adventures of eight-year-old Mac and his imaginary friend Bloo in world where imaginary friends actually come to life. World then becomes fiercely angry at her discovery, accusing her of having made up her mind to leave him alone in the toy box, recounting the similar situation that resulted in the toy box being sent to Foster's in the first place; Frankie rejects the accusation, calming him into unshrinking Mac, Bloo and the group and making friends with them. Imagination Companions, A Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends Wiki, https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/9/98/Wikipedia_small_logo_rounded.png, This was the final produced episode of Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends, even though this is not the. Frankie, however, emerges out of the box unharmed, and then pleads with the group to let World out of the box. Act 1 [It was a bright and sunny morning, where we see Foster’s in perfect shape outside. Today we also had the premiere from Destination Imagination and the scene where Bloo said Pi***ed was made mute. Frankie is friends with most of the imaginary friends at Foster's (particularly Wilt, Eduardo, Coco, and Bloo) and can be described as a protective big sister to them. Capturing World on an apple that is held onto by Mac (he can't move to another body as long as he is held by Mac away from other objects, and Mac is off-limits to him since Mac already has a face), the group then moves the apple to a nearby desert of burning-hot sand and leaves him there. The car revs off-screen, the screen pans higher to the moon. The second game, titled Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends: Imagination Invaders, was released on November 12, 2007, for the Nintendo DS by Midway. She also hears the childlike voice imaginary friend (named "World" by the creators of the show) from nowhere, and from that point, she explores this world-in-a-box, one that is filled with living toys, crayons, sumptuous delicacies and visual beauties, with this new friend; her friend, who has dwelt in this world alone after being shipped by its kid's family (depicted as a prologue earlier in the film) to Foster's, talks to her and sympathizes with her real-world plight. He was voiced by Max Burkholder. Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends doesn't has a crossover for example: Dexter's Laboratory. The horse, which is really the disguise of Mac and the group, then runs to Frankie's room, only to find her on a flat bed with a faceless muscled masseuse massaging her back. What happens when children outgrow their imaginary friends? Suddenly, an upset Mr. Herriman hops into the room and founds them. However, one day, a mysterious locked-and-chained-up toy box arrives at the door with a letter that explicitly states that 1) an imaginary friend is inside the box and 2) the box must NOT be opened at any point ("Imaginary Friend Inside. The part with the copies of everyone looked as if it took place in a level of Super Mario Bros. After one of the Weeble Cops tells the gang to leave or "face the consequences," Bloo exclaims "You'll never take me alive, copper!." There, she gets treated like a princess by a mysterious imaginary friend, World (as named by the crew). This is a list of episodes and DVD releases for animated television series Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends. The movie debuted on November 27, 2008 (Thanksgiving Day in the United States) on Cartoon Network at 8 PM ET/PT. He is originally known as the "Tyrant King". However, they soon realize that they are not in the real Foster's, and Mac is made aware of this when he sees a giant green eye peering into the attic window. When she looks inside, she falls into a strange imaginary world. The aired in the September 2017 on Netflix which is aired upon the rating as the part of TV-14. Come in to read, write, review, and interact with other fans. Please help Imagination Companions, A Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends Wiki by expanding it, adding pictures, and improving existing text. Jamez Withazee is the most popular kid in Mac's school. Waking up, the group finds itself back in the attic, and Mac despairs over Frankie's words while the group wanders downstairs to their rooms. (. The horse, now possessed by World, then gallops to the castle, and World slips off through several different objects until he ends up at the tallest spire where Frankie is staying; satisfied that Frankie hasn't left, he leaves for the lower area. Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends is an 2017 reboot of the 2004 original series. Frankie is ordered to take it to the attic and leave it alone, but she knows there is an imaginary friend trapped inside, and opens the box to find it.

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