Frances "Frankie" Foster/Duchess
Blooregard "Bloo" Q. Kazoo
Goof: In "Busted" Mr. Herriman said that it is against the rules to talk with your mouth full, although in this episode, we see that Wilt clearly speaks with his mouth full.
As Wilt, Eduardo, and Coco are walking up the stairs and see Creeky Pete, Pete says "fellas." But on the caption, it says "guys."
In the scene where Eduardo, Coco, and Wilt are walking past the camera, holding the vacuum, the tube from the head to the body of the vacuum momentarily disappears.
Bloo has no nose, as he stated to his reflection, yet he covers everything in mucous everytime he sneezes.
When Eduardo is trying to tell Coco and Wilt that the ghost (Bloo) is behind them, Coco's glasses have disappeared. They reappear later.
The imaginary friend lost his hook on the back of Frankie's bus, and he didn't retrieve it until the very end of the episode. However, in the middle of the episode, when Frankie sees him outside, he clearly has his hook with him, which is part of why he scared Frankie so much.
Wilt: Don't let the bedbugs bite!
Eduardo: Si, don't let the bedbugs... Bedbugs?!
The Hooked Stranger: I've been trying to get my hands on you all day!
(Wilt, Eduardo, Coco, and Mr. Herriman faint)
The Hooked Stranger: (Clears throat and pops out his real head) I heard you take in imaginary friends.
Bloo: We sure do!
The Hooked Stranger: WHOA!! (Runs away) GHOST!!!
Frankie: (Outside and trying to open the front door that was jammed up by Wilt, Eduardo, and Coco) Hi, I'm a stupid, lazy door. I'm so stupid and lazy, I won't even OPEN UP!
(Coco picks up the phone)
Wilt: Who you gonna call?
Wilt: Nah, they've been out of buisness for years. If we're going to stop this phantom menace, then we're going to do this ourselves. What did they use to defeat the ghost in the movie?
Eduardo: A potato sack! (Pulls out a potato sack)
Wilt: A potato sack?
Eduardo: Si. A potato sack.
Wilt: Ed, why do you have a potato sack?
Eduardo: I like potatoes.
Wilt: Okay... I don't know what movie YOU were watching.
Wilt: Where will we get an atomic suckulator?
(Coco lays egg)
Wilt: Yeah! We'll defeat it with this atomic - (Opens up egg) vacuum cleaner?
Wilt: (To Bloo, whom he thinks is a ghost) Sorry, but prepare to be suckulated. Hit it! (Wilt and Eduardo turn the vacuum on, but Bloo begins to fly around) The other way, the other way!
Eduardo: Other way? (Flips switch on opposite direction)
Wilt: Yeah! That's really sucking!
Eduardo: (Sigh) There's no pleasing him.
Wilt: We have to keep quiet so the ghost doesn't know we're coming, so no getting spooked and no yelly, OK?
Eduardo: I don't get all yelly!
Coco: Coco. (Lays an egg with popcorn in it, Wilt opens it)
Wilt: Great, now let's - what, no butter?!
Bloo: You don't look so good.
Bloo's Hallucination: Well you're no prize either!
Bloo: What did you say, buddy?!
Bloo's Hallucination: Come on, ya need to get oxygenated, deep breath!
Bloo's Hallucination: Not through your mouth, mouth breather, through your nose!
Bloo: But I don't gots no nose...
Bloo's Hallucination: Sure ya do!
(The hallucination pulls out a trumpet thing from where his nose should be and starts playing a song as three different Bloos - colored red, green and purple - accompany him)
You see the three pictures of The Powerpuff Girls on Frankie`s shirt in this episode.
The "atomic suckulator" is like a vacuum cleaner that sucks up ghosts and is similar to the "Poltergust 3000" in Luigi`s Mansion.
When Frankie was being chased by the hook-handed stranger it was just like the plot of the horror movie, "I Know What You Did Last Summer".
This is the first episode we see Coco laughing.
Imaginary Friend Debut: The Hooked Stranger.
The name of the movie Wilt, Eduardo and Coco watch on television is "The Curse of the Cannibal Ghost of the Haunted House on Horror Hill."
Animation Studio: Boulder Media, Ltd.
Title Card Sound: Ghost moaning ("oOoOoOoOo!").
Credits: Clips of the characters screaming.
Running Gags: 1) Throughout the episode Bloo's reflection talks by itself. 2) Wilt always saying "Gesundheit" whenever Mac or Bloo sneeze, no matter where they are. 3) Coco laying something when they need it, but Wilt being displeased with the quality (ex: popcorn with no butter). 4) Lightning flashes as the scene changes.
We learn that the imaginary friend in the rocking chair, who debuted in "The Trouble With Scribbles," is named Creaky Pete.
This is, in essence, the Halloween special.
Some of this episode looks like a parody of Luigi's Mansion, with a litte bit of Ghostbusters thrown into the mix.
Movie Title: "The Curse of the Cannibal Ghost of the Haunted House on Horror Hill"
This may be a reference to the 1959 film House On Haunted Hill.
Episode Title: Blooooo
Blooooo is a reference to the widely known sound of a ghost "oooo" and it could also meen the famous word "boo."
The Hooked Stranger: I've been trying to get my hands on you all day! (Wilt, Eduardo, Coco, and Mr. Herriman faint; Hooked Stranger speaks in a different voice) I heard you take in imaginary friends.
Bloo: (Still as white as a ghost) We sure do! (Hooked Stranger faints)
This dialogue is similar to the SpongeBob SquarePants episode, "Chocolate With Nuts" where similar dialogue took place near the end of the episode.
Wilt: Don't worry about a thing because every little thing is gonna be all right.
This is part of the song "Three Little Birds."
Wilt: Nah, They've been out of business for years.
The last Ghostbusters movie ever made was back in 1989, and they were out of business during the beginning of the movie.
Wilt: If we're going to stop this phantom menace, we've got to do it ourselves!
The name "phantom menace" is a reference to Star Wars: Episode I: The Phantom Menace, which was released in 1999. This is one of three different Star Wars references in this episode.
Wilt: We have you now!
This is a reference to Darth Vader's line, "I have you now!" in Star Wars: Episode IV: A New Hope.
n/a: The Hooked Stranger
When the guy with the hook for a hand just turned out to be an imaginary friend who wanted a place to stay, it might have been a reference to an episode of SpongeBob SquarePants called "The Graveyard Shift," a guy with a spatula for a hand who Squidward and SpongeBob believed to be a maniac turns out to be just some rookie fry-cook who wanted a job at the Krusty Krab.
When Eduardo, Wilt, and Coco are tip-toeing through the hall, looking for the "ghost" it looks similar to a scene from the opening of Scooby-Doo.
The Hook that was on the bumper of the Fosters Van, and the hooked stranger that Frankie saw while she was driving is a reference to an old horror story titled The Hook. While the story was quite different than what occurred in the episode, there is no doubt that the episode Bloo was influenced by the old story.
Wilt: Who ya gonna call?
Obviously a reference to the popular Ghostbusters movie series. Coco replied saying 'Cococo!', to the tune of its theme.
Bloo's Reflection: Run Bloo, run!
This is a reference is Star Wars: Episode IV: A New Hope, where Obi-Wan Kenobi's spirit told Luke to run instead of stay and fight.
n/a: I Know What You Did Last Summer
The imaginary friend with the hook for a hand may also be a reference to the killer from the movie I Know What You Did Last Summer. In that movie, a car full of teens hit a man and leave him for dead. The man was a fisherman, and one of his weapons was a fish hook. The friend appeared to be wearing the same sort of clothing as the fisherman.
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