List of Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends characters - Wikipedia
It can be really unnerving when you're in a relationship and you're not sure if your partner is just in a super grumpy mood, or they actually are trying to drop clues that he or she wants to end your relationship. So here are 12 signs that your partner is thinking of ending your. At the end of "Foster's Goes To Europe", we see her "back home in Europe" in a .. because she thought he was getting in the way of her relationship with Bloo. Mac is also seen drinking root beer at the end of "Schlock Star", eating candy in " Squeeze the Day" and "I Only Have Surprise For You" and Relationships.
Relationships Mac has the ability to make friends with almost any imaginary friend, his closest being CocoWiltEduardoand, of course, Bloo. He cares a lot about imaginary friends and looks out for them often. Mac has a close connection with Madame Foster, with whom he shares a close kinship, particularly in that neither of them is willing to give up their imaginary friend, where most children would have done so long ago.
Mac also seems to get along decently well with Mr.
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Herriman, despite the fact he has such a great dislike of Bloo. Mac has great affection for the house's caregiver Frankieto the point of harboring an intense crush on her which is shown in five episodes: Aside from his crush, Mac is a loyal and helpful friend to Frankie and vise versa.
She is also one of the few human friends he has and is usually the only one he sees on a daily basis, with Goo appearing from time to time. Nicknames Most of these were given to Mac by Bloo. Terrence is the stereotypical cruel older brother, who gets great joy out of making Mac's life miserable. In fact, Terrence is partially the reason that Mac created Bloo. There is virtually no brotherly love between Mac and Terrence, and Mac takes great joy in what punishments come his lowlife brother's way.
Mac's mother is a working mother, who at the start of the series comes to the opinion that Mac is too old for an imaginary friend, and requests that Mac gets rid of Bloo, leading to Bloo moving to Foster's. Mac's mother is mostly mentioned in the series and her face has never been shown; she is often shown from behind, with her head cut off while facing the screen, or with objects blocking her face from views like Wizard Kelly from the Proud Family and Mrs.
Bellum from The Powerpuff Girls.
Mac also reveals to have a female cousin named Candy in " The Bride to Beat ". Mac also seems to have a grandma as he mentions his grandma in "Ticket to Rod. Rather, his voice was digitally mastered to a higher pitch by using sound audio to still sound like Mac from before, even though it is obvious when one compares Mac's early season 1 voice to his voice in later episodes and then on. This is just like Gerald's voice on Hey Arnold!
Fusion Fall He and Bloo are some of the first people to encounter a Fusion.
After a Terrafuser lands in Foster's Homehe and Bloo stepped outside to investigate. Fusion Spawns emerge from the space rock and head towards the house.
Mac suggests that they are new Imaginary friends. After Bloo confronts the Fusion Spawns and tells them to leave, the Fusion Spawns begin to overrun them in a huge swarm. He became increasingly mischievous over the run of the series and can be a show-off.
He is the only character to appear in every episode of the series. Wilt voiced by Phil LaMarr — A very tall, friendly, caring, kind, helpful, red-colored disabled friend with only a right arm and crooked left eye-stalk which he describes as "wonky". Wilt exhibits consummate good sportsmanship, which he applies to every part of life he can. He is considered the nicest person at Foster's and is known for being excessively polite and apologetic, saying "I'm sorry" in almost every sentence.
Wilt has a big heart, is frequently cool and collected, and, only on very rare occasions shows anger at all.
Wilt was shown to be created by Jordan Michaels, a basketball star and a homage to Michael Jordan. According to the episode "Room with a Feud", between him, Coco and Eduardo, he has been in the house for the longest time. Eduardo is big, hairy and violet-purple, has horns, a snout, a pointy demon-like tail and large teeth. Despite his large size, overwhelming strength, and menacing demeanor, Eduardo is docile, timid, lacks confidence, is very compassionate, and has a toddler-like nature, crying at minor negative occurrences, and being scared of almost everything.
Eduardo has a fondness for potatoes, dogs, and his cuddly toys. His creator, Nina Valerosa, created him to protect her in a rough neighborhood and is now a police officer.
Coco voiced by Candi Milo — A chicken-like bird-airplane-palm tree friend who can only say or write her name at various speeds and different emphases. A talent unique to her is her ability to lay colorful, plastic eggs containing a plethora of objects from customized baseball cards to money, at will.
Despite her helter-skelter appearance and quirky behavior, she can demonstrate a perceived intelligence, principle and kindness. No one knows who her creator is as she was found on a South Pacific island by two scientists named Adam and Douglas, in reference to the late writer, Douglas Adams. Her parents are never seen in the series. Frankie is the caregiver at Foster's and helps keep everything in order. Herriman's fussiness and fixation with rules and cleanliness, having to take care of everyone and everything in the house, and Bloo's mischief-making all of which cause her tremendous stress and a bad tempershe is usually very friendly, outgoing and laid-back.
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According to her driver's license in "Bus the Two of Us", she was born on July 25, Herriman voiced by Tom Kane — A gray and white elderly anthropomorphic lop ear rabbit friend imagined by Madame Foster who speaks with a British accent.
He wears a tailcoat, white gloves and a top hat, as well as a monocle over his left eye though it is sometimes seen over his right eye. He is in charge of the house the "President" of Foster's and is extremely strict about the house rules or just politeness and order in general but he is also seen to put the rules before common sense, as seen in " Destination: Imagination " when he sticks to the rule written on the chained up toy box of never letting the imaginary friend who is trapped in there out despite what would happen to him if he didn't.
He is often found punishing Bloo for his various misdemeanors. Believe it or not, even Bendy is subject to this. Some people believe that his creator really did blame him for his own misdeeds, causing him to Jump Off The Slippery Slope. This isn't entirely baseless; at the beginning, when his family's giving him up to Foster's, the kid is in the typical "I know I messed up and I'm ashamed" pose which Frankie is quick to observe and point out to Mr. Herriman and Bendy seems to feel genuine sadness and betrayal assuming of course that he isn't just trying to manipulate them.
Once you learn Wilt's backstory, specifically how he lost his arm, the gag in the Halloween Special where he wears a fake arm that pops off to scare kids becomes subject to this: Is he comfortable enough now about how it happened to joke about it, or is he hiding the trauma behind a joke? Bloo is an interesting example. He is revealed to be 5 years old in one episode; on that basis, does he not know how insensitive, sadistic, and selfish his behavior and actions can be and have a right to be spoiled?
We have no idea what Mac's family background is like. Considering that his mother is either divorced or widowed and barely around, and his older brother is a sociopath who tortures Mac many times, one can infer that maybe Mac's father was an Abusive Parent and maybe a sociopath himself who Mac's mother divorced due to his apparent behavior and that Terrence took after his father, thus becoming the Big Brother Bully to Mac he grew into.
Either that or the father had passed on sometime after Mac's birth and that Terrence might have had a closer relationship to his father at such a young age, and that years without him has caused him a lot of mental trauma, as shown with his terrible case of acne, crooked teeth, and his stupidity, which probably prompted him to take his anger out on Mac, who has probably handled the loss of his father much better than Terrence has, either because he was too young to know him or that the father left or passed away just shortly after Mac's birth.
In short, Terrence's bullying towards Mac might be a mask to hide his frustration over the loss of his father. Alternatively, Terrence might also bully Mac out of jealousy due to how bright and warm-hearted he is and that the boys' mother probably doted on Mac more and started giving him more attention.
Since Terrence might have taken after his father, Mac obviously took after his mother, which probably fuels more envy for Terrence towards him that he takes it out on Mac. Some fans find him very entertaining and endearing because of his antics, while other fans find him as an obnoxious Jerkass who doesn't deserve Mac as a friend. Many fans have started to dislike Bloo because of his rude, selfish, and egotistical personality, and to make it more insulting, he got worse as the show went on.
Just look at the stream of nothing but negative traits on his character page.