Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends (2004–2009)
The show serves as the basis of the computer game.
Fred Fredburger says "I also enjoy shows about imaginary friends."
Mac, Bloo and Frankie make guest cameos amongst the crowd scenes.
Vivienne was wearing a Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends shirt.
El Reviewer Random references the show
Bloo appears in the Once Upon a Toon skit.
Hewy describes these all in one film.
Pinkie Pie brings out Bloo, while the show's theme song plays briefly.
Mentioned when discussing Lauren Faust.
"I like chocolate milk"
Mac is listed as helped in Uncle Grandpa's list.
Bluetooth is modelled off of Bloo.
Bing Bong is called 'Foster's Head For Imaginary Friends'
At "The Grampies" short, Mac is seen at the audience.
Bloo makes a cameo appearence in the crowd at the beginning of the episode.
One of the Critic's interpretations of the Green Goblin's lines is "You're running of out Bloo wigs", while showing an image of Bloo wearing a wig
Frankie Foster appears in this crossover
Characters shown to talk about accents.
Brought up in Craig McCracken's filmography.
Bloo appears in animated short film.
Mac and Bloo are playable characters. Cheese, Eduardo, Coco, and Madame Foster appear as assists.
Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends is #9.
Mac & Bloo get an honorable mention.
Terrence is #7.
The #6 pick.
Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends: A Lost Claus (2005) is #4.
Bendy getting off scot free is #10.
Homage to "A Charlie Brown Christmas" is #6. "The Big Lebowski" Character Cameos and Ed, Edd n Eddy get honorable mentions.
Bloo puts on a pair of Sunglasses and then says "it's 106 blocks to Mac, I've got a full bladder, half an idea of where I'm going, it's Tuesday. and I'm wearing sunglases.", then Frankie walks over to a window, opens it, and says "hit it", and Bloo ttakes a running jump out of the window. (Parody of Elwood's line before the leave the concert venue to return to Chicago).
"Fister's Home for Crazy Weirdo Made-Up People" is shown on TV