Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends

Season 3 Episode 1

Eddie Monster

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Aired Unknown Jul 22, 2005 on Cartoon Network
8.9
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Eduardo runs away from the home to prove that he's not a coward. Meanwhile, Terrence is looking for an imaginary friend to compete in the Extreme-O-Saur Battle, and he comes across Eduardo. Terrence uses him to fight against huge imaginary friends at the dumpster. Mac, Bloo, Wilt, and Coco must search for Eduardo.moreless

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  • Eduardo episode for once

    8.8
    For once in the series which I love the most

    They focused the attention off of principal

    Characters Blooregard and Mac

    And focused on Eduardo the "scardy-cat" bull

    Who speaks Spanish and despite his scary outward

    Appearance, is really shy and sweet

    Much like Wilt, another fan favorite

    That bullying and jerky Terrance only wants

    To use the poor bull for his own gain

    Feel sorry that Mac has to live with a brother like him

    Don't laugh but I feel sorry that Terrance will grow up to be dumb and an idiot

    If he doesn't change his attitude towards his brother or with others!moreless
  • Not so good. Could use more work.

    5.6
    In this episode we see Eduardo, still an enormous baby. Bloo, still sick and tired of his cowardliness, yells at him and causes Eduardo to go craxy and try and run off to prove he isn't a coward. On the way he meets Terrence who takes him to a junkyard where he makes Eduardo a competitive in a Extremesaur Battle Championship. His friends, worried where he is go off and search for him, Eduardo, happy that he's learning not to be afraid of monsters. Eventually the gang find him at the junkyard but Eduardo doesn't want to return to Foster's because of Bloo. Bloo feels sorry, but EDuardo doesn't care. After Eduardo saves the gang from an electric beast, they all become friends again, and Bloo, of course, apologises. Eduardo believes he is now not scared of anything, but of course, a single frisbee return shim to normal-The big baby scaredy cat.



    The storyline was so poor in this episode. It was boring, Ed running about like a maniac killing Extremesaurs. And the gang trying to fidn him takes hours. Terrence is a jerk who tries to get Eduardo killed, and Bloo is happy Eduarod is gone forever. And Eduardo doesn't toughen up. He's still scared of a signle frisbee. It was okay, but could use more work. For starters, Bloo shouldn't of bene so jerky. He's not so jerky, just a little bit jerky. They really need to fix this episode up.moreless
  • Eduardo, the loveable friend, is fighting for his rights!

    8.0
    Eduard is scardey pants, but he is not some much of one.

    True, Bloo was taking the mickey outta him, but he was wrong. Ed fought to gain respect, but "I am a lover, not a fighter!" Ed's finest hour, i mean...30 minutes.

    Terrance's character is built up too. Usually, he would just shove Ed off.

    I'm not a Ed fan, but this was a classic ep.



    TTlover
  • After being taunted by Bloo for his timidity, Eduardo runs away from the home to prove his bravery. He's discovered by Mac's older brother Terrence, who intends to use Eduardo for nefarious purposes.moreless

    9.0
    This was one of the best episodes of "Foster's.." I've seen so far, complete with plenty of humor, and more in-jokes than a Pixar movie! Bloo, as usual, is self-centered and completely oblivious to the feelings of others. After Eduardo is afraid of a "Whizbee"(Frisbee), Bloo taunts him, telling him that he wouldn't last long in "the real world" outside of Foster's. To prove him wrong, Eduardo runs away. In the meantime, he's discovered by Mac's brother Terrence, who intends to use Eduardo in dogfight-style battles between "Extremasaurs"-Imaginary Friends created by teenage boys-down at the local junkyard, with plenty of references to "Pokemon", "Dragonball Z" and other Anime series. Eduardo, despite his cowardice, proves a surprise hit on the Extremasaur battle circuit, winning fight after fight accidentally, while trying to AVOID his opponents. When Mac, Wilt and Coco discover that he's missing, though, they embark on a search for him, with Bloo tagging along, still unconcerned about Ed's safety. Terrence inadvertently reveals to Mac where Eduardo is, and the gang set off to the junkyard to rescue him. Some interesting character expansion from Wilt(which some might consider him being OOC)occurs when he backhands Bloo for continuing to show disregard for Eduardo being in a perilous situation, and does not apologize for it, something I see as an example of even Wilt becoming fed up with Bloo's behavior. In the end, rather than the gang rescuing Eduardo, HE ends up rescuing THEM from a particularily dangerous Pikachu-like electric Extremasaur, showing that he CAN be brave after all. Terrence, who put them in that dangerous situation in the first place, gets his comeuppance as well. Even at the end, though, Bloo fails to acknowledge that he was the one who caused Eduardo to run away in the first place. I can completely understand how someone would be tempted to whap him upside the head!moreless
  • Good job Craig Lewis!

    9.0
    Here's the plot: Eduardo runs away from the home to prove that he's not a coward. Great episode!

    Wilt smacks Bloo and doesn't apoliges for it. OOC for Wilt! Terrence has a big part since season 1. Amazing cameos in one episode it has: A kid in the junkyard wars was wearing a Fridays cap, then the Eds and Dexter are hanging outside of the giant crate, and finally a Pikachu look-alike shows up. And plus it was well written! Too many if you ask me! My overall Craig Lewis is 9/10!moreless
Sean Marquette

Sean Marquette

Mac

Tara Strong

Tara Strong

Terrence

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

Grey DeLisle

Grey DeLisle

Kindly Lady

Recurring Role

Keith Ferguson

Keith Ferguson

Brainiac

Recurring Role

Phil LaMarr

Phil LaMarr

Disgusting Extreme-o-saur/Scrawny Teen

Recurring Role

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