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Sometimes imaginary friends get lost or kids outgrow them and that's why Madame Foster started Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends. 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. The series focuses on building friendships and the importance of friends.

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When Wilt sets out to find his creator, the concerned Foster's gang takes a road trip to find him.
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When Wilt sets out to find his creator, the concerned Foster's gang takes a road trip to find him.
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Mac tries to prevent Bloo from throwing him a surprise party.
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When Coco starts laying eggs filled with collectible cards, everyone gets caught up in a collecting frenzy.
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Mr. Herriman's carrot addiction sets off a chain of events.
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Mac and the gang win a trip to Europe.
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When Duchess is adopted by Mac's neighbors, his parents contemplate moving across town.
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When Bloo eats all of the food on a camping trip, everyone struggles to survive the wilderness.
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Bloo tries to make Mac cool.
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Bloo launches a plan to buy Foster's a new roof.

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