Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends

"Cheese A Go-Go"

Season 5, Ep 1, Aired 5/4/07
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  • Episode Description
  • Blooregard is convinced that Cheese looks like an alien after watching a sci-fi movie about brain-eating spacemen and reading a tabloid newspaper with a picture that has an alien that looks like him, so he sends a message to outer space in essence inviting them to Earth.

  • Cast & Crew
  • Candi Milo

    Coco/Madame Foster

  • Grey DeLisle

    Frances "Frankie" Foster/Duchess

  • Keith Ferguson

    Blooregard "Bloo" Q. Kazoo

  • Phil LaMarr


  • Sean Marquette


  • Fan Reviews (17)
  • First invaded episode

    By spongebobfan200, Jan 06, 2008

  • whaaaaaaaaaaaaat?

    By chowder23, Nov 17, 2007

  • Im really surprised

    By rtrtrt366, Jun 08, 2007

  • Where does cheese "gotta go, gotta go, gotta go, gotta go"?

    By SMFluvsmusic, Jun 03, 2007

  • I love this episode!

    By Coco94, Jun 01, 2007

  • Trivia & Quotes
  • Quotes (4)

    • (Cheese tackles Bloo and log-runs on him down the aisle of the bus) Bloo: Ed! Eduardo: What? Bloo: Get him! Eduardo: Get him what? (Pauses) How 'bout some mangos! Bloo: Aaaaaaaaahhhhhhhhhh!

    • Madame Foster: (To the judge) You tyrannosaurus loving gun of a son!! Judge: THATS IT! I FIND YOU IN CONTEMPT! Madame Foster: Don't you tempt me, lawboy!

    • (Cheese tackles Bloo and log-runs on him down the aisle of the bus) Bloo: Ed! Eduardo: What? Bloo: Get him! Eduardo: Get him what? (Pauses) How 'bout some mangos! Bloo: Aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaahhhhhhhhhhh!

    • Cheese: (Running about and talking very quickly) Gotta go, gotta go, gotta go, gotta go, gotta go... Mac: (Trying to catch Cheese) Cheese, stop! (In the middle of all this, Bloo is calmly reading a tabloid newspaper, but suddenly opens his eyes wide in shock at a picture in it of an alien that looks a lot like Cheese.) Eduardo: (Acting loopy from the laughing gas given to him from having his tooth removed in the dentist's office) Sssh! I is hiding from the aardvarks. Bloo: (Looks up in horror and gasps) It all makes sense!!!

    Notes (22)

    • Look Hard: In the movie theater, one of the scenes with a alien dancing is from the Camp Lazlo episode "Space Trout From Outer Space."

    • At the end of the episode, it turns out Bloo was right about the aliens wanting Cheese.

    • Louise, Cheese's creator, returns to Foster's for the second time, in this episode since "Mac Daddy".

    • When Frankie threw the phone out in the begining, she has it again.

    • When Eduardo is loopy from the influence of the anesthesia, his mannerisms and some of his dialogue mimics Cheech Marin's character (sometimes known as Pedro de Pacas) from the "Cheech and Chong" films of the 1970s.

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    Trivia (2)

    • Label: Sorry, Wrong ZIP Code
      Look at the package being sent to Saul Malone in the very first scene of this episode. The ZIP Code for Centerville, GA reads "53947", which is actually the ZIP Code for Marquette, Wisconsin. Centerville, Georgia's actual ZIP Code is 31208.

    • The weird cross-dressing hippie in this episode came from "Bus the Two of Us" as one of the hitch-hikers on the bus.

    Allusions (8)

    • Volcano observatory: The observatory where Bloo takes Cheese is a reference to Mojo Jojo's lair in another of Craig's masterpieces titled The Power Puff Girls.

    • Eduardo: It just kisses. I a lover, not a sucker.
      In "Eddie Monster", Eduardo says that he's a lover, not a fighter.

    • Eduardo: We is like a team, you the tall, skinny one and I is the fat one. It's okay, I know I fat. I comfortable with that.
      If you remember the credits from "One False Movie," Eduardo says that he's comfortable with his "pooting" problem. Also, the "tall, skinny one and the fat one" may be a reference to the fabled comedy team of Stan Laurel (skinny) and Oliver Hardy (the fat one).

    • Napoleon Dynamite One of the scientists in the observatory is a caricature of Jon Heder's character, Napoleon Dynamite, from the movie of the same name.

    • Name and Address: Saul Malone, 1134 Williams St. The package at the post office is addressed to Saul Malone, main character from the show Saul of the Molemen, a series created by former Foster's writer Craig Lewis. Also, look at the address on the package, citing that he lives on 1134 Williams St. It represents a reference to Williams Street Productions, the group that programmed the Miguzi block, and currently does both the Toonami and [adult swim] blocks on Cartoon Network.

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