Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends

Season 5 Episode 1

"Cheese A Go-Go"

Aired Unknown May 04, 2007 on Cartoon Network
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Episode Summary

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.moreless

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  • First invaded episode

    Cheese a Go-Go: This episode is about Cheese who keeps saying ''Got to go, got to go, got to go!'' About this episode is the fact Cheese was annoying only in this episode. I thought this episode WAS okay, but the plot was horrible. I don't even get why Madame Foster was in court, and where Cheese has to go! End of review

    Plot: The plot was rediculous, because Cheese can't stop being annoying and saying what he only said in this episode.

    Character: Unknown character because everyone was after Cheese because of the reaction about him being an alien

    Action: There was no action!

    Episode Grade: C-moreless
  • whaaaaaaaaaaaaat?

    all they did in this episode is watch chesse go... gotta go gotta go gotta go!" so... it was dumb. there are a few parts I like. The part where Ed was naked in front of Frankie, Madam Foster is in court(for taking a sandwich

    ?). But cheese is a pest, for Frankie, Bloo, and the entire Foster's home(that's why he's not allowed there). Bloo get's to do a lot of stuff, like go to the movies, but to watch a monser movie without Mac? His best friend? But cheese was crazy in that episode. And Frankie had enough like in the episode "Foster's home for make-um up pals"moreless
  • Im really surprised

    Until seeing the whole invaded series i didn't really get what this episode had to do with the special invaded thing.

    In the ed edd and eddy the only thing revealed is the spaceships and the gym partner episode it only reavels what they look like. the only real episode where the last two which showed the aliens intentions. When i saw the first three i thought theyd all be diffrent but when the Lazlo one went on i was surprised to see they where all conected together to make up the whole thing. I lauged at the special ending of grim because of the KNDs reapperance.moreless
  • Where does cheese "gotta go, gotta go, gotta go, gotta go"?

    This episode was really funny. Cheese (obviously) has somewhere he's gotta go, Bloo thinks Cheese is an alien, and Ed is acting like a goof because he had laughing gas when he went to the dentist. Mac and Bloo steal the Foster's bus, and Wilt has to lie to Frankie to cover up for the others. This episode is totally worth a perfect score. Anybody would be crazy to not give a silly episode like this a score above an 8.5. I liked the parts where Cheese runs around screaming he's "gotta go, gotta go, gotta go, gotta go" I thought that was really funny.moreless
  • I love this episode!

    Great episode. Great plot. Don't know why a bunch of people hate it. I love it it. It makes you wonder about Cheese, but he can't be an alien cause he was made by Louise. Wilt as a lawyer was so funny! And I think that was the most lines Jackie Khones ever got. I thought it was one of the best episodes, I feel sorry for Frankie though. When Eduardo hugged Wilt while his pants were down was really weird, I could tell Wilt was thinking "Uncomfortbul". I was so suprised when I saw Mojo's lair. I love it.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


Sean Marquette

Sean Marquette


Tom Kenny

Tom Kenny


Candi Milo

Candi Milo


Guest Star

Grey DeLisle

Grey DeLisle

Janet, Louise, Clerk

Guest Star

Keith Ferguson

Keith Ferguson

Hobo, Scientist #2

Guest Star

Jeff Bennett

Jeff Bennett

Judge/Judge, Officer, Scientist #1

Recurring Role

Tom Kane

Tom Kane

Dentist, Man in Line, Postman

Recurring Role

Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions


  • 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.

  • 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!!
      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.

    • Frankie's Packages:

      At the beginning of the episode, Frankie is seen carrying four packages to be delivered, a green package, a blue package, a red package, and a purple package.

      Purple Package: In the next invaded episode ("Ed, Edd, n Eddy"'s, "The Eds Are Coming! The Eds are Coming!" ), Sarah looks under Jimmy's bed finding the purple package "Belly Bomb Bon-Bons" which is empty from Jimmy eating them all.

      Red Package: In the "My Gym Partner's a Monkey's" episode "That Darn Playtpus", Inside Adam's locker while seeing the platypus eating cheese is the red package.

      Green Package: In "Camp Lazlo's" "Space Trout from Outer Space/Cheese Orbs", After Sampson is pushed off the U.F.O and is beside Jelly Cabin, Clam is seen holding the green package.

      Blue Package: Lastly, in the Grim" Adventures of Billy and Mandy's" "Billy and Mandy Moon The Moon", Billy's Toy is seen with the blue package.

    • Cheese says "Noooo!" once, but other than that, the only thing Cheese says is "Gotta Go!"

    • This is the second episode not to be centered at the house, however in the credits, Frankie is in Madame Foster's car outside the house. "Infernal Slumber" was the first not to be centered at the home. Additionally, Mr. Herriman does not appear in this story.

    • Fourth time we see Eduardo naked.

    • Blockheads Guide To...: Wilt holds it in his hand

      Wilt holds another in the series of Blockheads Guide To... books; in this episode, this time one on Legal Defense.

    • Title Card: (Non-CN Invaded) Cheese screaming "Gotta go, gotta go, gotta go..." over and over for five seconds.

    • Madame Foster seems to have a grudge on the judge in this episode.

    • Credits: (Non-CN Invaded) Frankie is resigned to doing chores in her grandmother's car, which is sitting in front of the house as she takes another phone call from her grandmother.

    • As of this episode, Cartoon Network Studios produces all the series through the finale of Season Six.

    • Human Debuts: Judge, two scientists.

    • When Frankie is in the movie theatre looking for Bloo, you can see Dylan from "Frankie My Dear" sitting in the audience as well as the young man from "Store Wars" and "Mac Daddy" who now has a job in the concession stand at the multiplex.

    • This is the fourth time Wilt has gone to jail, the second trip to the cooler for Mac, Blooregard and Coco and the first time for Eduardo, Madame Foster and Jackie Khones.

    • Look Closely: Wilt is on the cover of the World Weekly News waving a United Kingdom flag, acting as a werewolf from "One False Movie".

    • Eduardo was under the influence of anesthesia (he had a tooth removed), and it made Bloo think he had had his brain removed.

    • Running Gags: 1. Frankie being on the cell phone with her grandmother. 2. Cheese saying "Gotta go" a zillion times. 3. Jackie Khones talking about sandwiches. 4. Eduardo acting loopy from laughing gas at the dentist.

    • Beginning with this episode, VITAC replaces the National Captioning Institute (NCI) as Closed Captioning provider.

    • This episode began a month-long arc of Cartoon Network programs that featured space ailens, ending with a marathon on Memorial Day (May 28 in the USA) that offically kicked off the Cartoon Network Summer 2007 programming schedule.


    • 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.

    • Fred Fredburger, a character from The Grim Adventures of Billy and Mandy, makes a brief cameo appearance in a courtroom scene, most likely an allusion to the episode "Keeper of the Reaper".

    • Tabloid and Headline: Read all about this!

      The tabloid newspaper Blooregard is reading, World Weekly News, is a spoonerized spoof of Weekly World News, a simular newspaper that reported made up news which ceased publication in July of 2007. As for the headline on Page One, "Werewolf Invades London", this is a tribute to the late Warren Zevon's "one-hit wonder" Werewolves of London.

    • Episode Title: Cheese A Go-Go

      The episode's title is a tribute to the classic 1965 B-movie Monsters A Go-Go.