Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends

Season 3 Episode 10

A Lost Claus

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Aired Unknown Dec 01, 2005 on Cartoon Network
9.4
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When a hoard of imaginary Santas enter the house, Mac starts to believe that there is no such thing as Santa Claus. Bloo decided to try to prove him wrong, in hopes of getting the real Santa to deliver him more presents, so they go about trying several experiments that would logically prove Santa is real. Will Mac be able to regain his faith in Santa Claus or will this be the worst Christmas ever for Foster’s and Mac alike?moreless

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  • Christmas review 13:

    10
    This Christmas special was very funny. The plot for this episode was about Mac think that there no such thing as Santa Claus (if I remember that). This is because he has a mess of a Christmas. I enjoyed and laughed at everything in it. I laughed at the parts: Bloo scaring Mr. Herriman by three ghosts (most funniest parts), Mac opening presents and gets shocked, Coco as Santa Claus, the ending, Bloo getting naughty when he wanted to do against Santa Claus, Bloo calling Mac, and the last part. Overall, a perfect episode. 10/10moreless
  • Christmas Review #33

    7.0
    When a hoard of imaginary Santas enter the house, Mac starts to believe that there is no such thing as Santa Claus. Bloo decided to try to prove him wrong, in hopes of getting the real Santa to deliver him more presents, so they go about trying several experiments that would logically prove Santa is real. Will Mac be able to regain his faith in Santa Claus or will this be the worst Christmas ever for Foster's and Mac alike? I thought that this was a good/decent Christmas episode of "Foster's Home For Imaginery Friends". Now I've seen WAY more better Christmas episodes that actually make you laugh and smile. This (unfortunately) isn't one of those episodes that makes you laugh and smile with joy. In fact, I think this Christmas episode might upset a certain amount of young kids because of the whole "Santa Claus doesn't exist" thing. The writers do need to be careful when they do that because we do want kids to believe. Like when I have kids, I want them to believe in Santa Claus and I don't want Christmas episodes like this to ruin that chance. This episode is also most really boring in most of the parts and I didn't laugh a whole lot either. The only time I did laugh was when Mac and Bloo were worshiping Santa Claus, those Two Santa Claus punching each other, Eduardo kissing Bloo and then Bloo's head gets frozen, Coco as Santa Claus at the mall (but I didn't like Mac making all those kids at the mall cry after he ripped off Coco's Santa beard), and Mr. Herriman getting freaked out and scared when Bloo acts as the Ghosts of Christmas Present and Future (He didn't do Ghost of Christmas Past though). Really not a lot humor and episode got really lacking and really boring in most of the parts but that doesn't mean this episode was terrible. Overall, a good/decent Christmas episode of "Foster's Home For Imaginery Friends"... not really worth watching every year though but it's passable enough for me to watch it only one time every year. 7/10moreless
  • Not the kind of episodes you laugh at.

    6.0
    I don't like the epidsode. It didn't really make me laugh (Besides the part when Mac calls Santa your Majesty). It wasn't very funny and I don't know why many people like it a lot. What is it about the episode that's good? I hate it! It just isn't good enough for me to really really like. It is not my favorite. My question is, why does everyone else like this episode so much. I love the show but this episode was a mistake. I bet anyone who sees this review will give me a thumbs down but I'm just saying it not a good episode!moreless
  • Foster's holiday specials are AWESOME!

    10
    As I saw the opening title sequence, I found this episode, strange after seeing a Christmas special as diverse as the Harveytoon "Little Audrey" pilot "Santa's Suprise", a 1947 Famous Studios cartoon relased by Paramount Pictures.



    Anyways, I liked the special because it was more funny than the non-holiday (yes, I even laughed at the Halloween episode) episodes.



    To quote OneAwsomeDude's review summary and yes, it had a similar opinion as mine, (Disclaimer: sorry OneAwesomeDude it got my memory back, also part of it's my own orginal idea)



    " Mr. Herriman said there was going to be only one present this year. There is one Santa, then another. As soon as a bunch of Santas partying at Mac's house, Mac found out the 'truth' about Santa. Bloo was determined to prove Mac wrong. The two even witnessed Coco as Santa Claus. The two guys accidentally ruined things, and the children were crushed when they discovered that the Santa they saw was a fake. Before leaving Foster's, Madame Foster explained to Mac that at some point, the truth will become clear to him.



    Meanwhile, Bloo waited next to the chimney for Santa's arrival -- complaining that he'll only be getting one present. Another great moment for the episode was when he tried to do his version of a scene from 'A Christmas Carol' in Mr. Herriman's bedroom (a Charles Dickens classic) -- my favorite, being disguised as Bob Marley (instead of Jacob Marley), introducing Herriman to the ghosts -- one as a present (literally) and some sort of robot (for future).



    Mac, at the apartment, wishes for Santa to give him a sign to prove the existance. The sign Mac chose was nothing but underwear. Mac received a call from Bloo, saying that Herriman was calling off Christmas. Once the call was completed, Mac went straight to sleep. The next morning, Christmas Day -- Mac opened all of the gifts at the apartment, and unfortunately, he didn't get the sign he was looking for. Another interesting scene from the special was Mac passing by what looked just like Snoopy's house and a puny-looking tree from 'A Charlie Brown Christmas.' Most of the gang greeted Mac, telling him how this was 'the best Christmas ever'. What did Mac discover in the stocking Madame Foster made for him? Yes, tighty-whities!!" The robot was funny, and so was the Bob Marley joke.It had a nice spoof combination of "A Charlie Brown Christmas" and "A Christmas Carol", enough to blend in a longer storyline.moreless
  • Awesome! Foster's at Christmas!

    10
    Oh, I loved this episode sooo much! Especially after waiting for so long to see it. Mac is afraid that he's learned the truth about Santa, and that he doesn't really exist. But Bloo is insistant to prove to him that he's worried over nothing. He sends Wilt around the world with the unicorns to prove that Santa can fly around the world with reindeer. He sends Ed up to the roof to decend the chimney to prove a "very large man" can fit down a chimney. And he takes Mac to the mall to meet the man himself. But it turns out to be Coco dressed in a Santa suit. Ed gets stuck. And Wilt disappears. Mac is about to have a panic attack! But Madame F. consoles him that every kid goes through this coming-of-age, and it always works out in the end. And it does! Such a happy ending, and Bloo is funny as always. I'd give it an 11 if I could! =)moreless
Candi Milo

Candi Milo

Coco/Madame Foster

Grey DeLisle

Grey DeLisle

Frances "Frankie" Foster/Duchess

Keith Ferguson

Keith Ferguson

Blooregard "Bloo" Q. Kazoo

Phil LaMarr

Phil LaMarr

Wilt

Sean Marquette

Sean Marquette

Mac

Tara Strong

Tara Strong

Terrence

Keith Ferguson

Keith Ferguson

Fireman

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Tom Kane

Tom Kane

Imaginary Santa #2

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Tom Kenny

Tom Kenny

Mall Santa Manager

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Grey DeLisle

Grey DeLisle

Mac's Mom

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