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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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Recently adopted Imaginary Friends paint a less-than-rosy picture of life outside the house.
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Bloo and the Friends want to make Mac's last day at Foster's special.
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Bloo challenges Mac to a 30-mile race from the arcade to Foster's.
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When the front door to Foster's is left open, Coco escapes.
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Eduardo begins telling tall tales to the little friends.
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Bloo is bent on doing the ultimate Halloween trick.
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Bloo tries to grow up when he believes Mac is getting married.
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Mac is captivated by Bloo's unbelievable story.
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Eduardo finds a $100 bill at a swap meet.

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