Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends

Season 2 Episode 6

Frankie My Dear

Aired Unknown Mar 18, 2005 on Cartoon Network
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Episode Summary

Mac develops a crush on Frankie when she said that she loved him for doing her paper work and kisses him. Later, Bloo develops a crush on Frankie too and Mac and Bloo compete for her love. But when Frankie suddenly starts professing her love for an unnamed suitor, Mac and Bloo become jealous and try to thwart every guy she comes in contact with, namely Chris (a pizza guy), Prince Charming (an imaginary friend), and her real date, Dylan who takes her to a fancy restaurant for their date. Will Bloo, Mac, Chris, and Prince Charming win her love?moreless

Who was the Episode MVP ?

  • Pretty great... "And hot!" lol

    Love the episode. Frankie sure teach that jerk Dylan a lesson.
  • LOL! So original, so crazy, so funny.

    Frankie My Dear is an example of why I watch this show. Foster's never really grabbed my attention in the beginning, although most new shows don't. But this episode got me hooked. LOL!!! It is probably one of the funniest episodes on Cartoon Network. The Orlando Bloo act is so original and just down right funny. Bloo has no clue was he's doing, and it's so funny to hear the stuff he makes up off the top of his head. And Mac and the pizza guy, whatever his name is, just make "Orlando Bloo" funnier. They can't work together and are constantly slipping up. And Prince Charming...there's no words for him, except maybe "crazy". The episode is one of my favorites, and I hope Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends can mantain this episode's quality.moreless
  • best episode!!!!!

    this episode is the best episode in this series every part of this episode was real funny the creators did an awsome job with this one Orlando bloo was real funny in the ending this episode made this series even more better

    Orlando did said a line that was realy funny Orlando: Did frankie told you how we met? well i was working at millionair school learning how to be a millionaire which was silly realy cause i already made a gazillion dollers in the paddle ball buisness i just wanted to get my degree"

    that part was realy funny and there was alot more parts which were just like that part i never knew that bloo will all of the sudden fall in love with frankie like that though oh well i like suprising parts like that it makes the show more better

    so this episode is a great epiosde for fans of this showmoreless
  • Best episode EVER!

    I think this is the funniest episode ever. It was just plain awesome. I luaghed so much that this became my favorite episode of Foster's Home For Imaginary Friends! The most hysterical part was Bloo trying to eat the pea. That was soooooo funny! It was genuis comedy. Not only that part, but whole plot of he episode was funny. Oh, when those boys learn? If you love comedy, then this is a must see episode of Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends. Why can't more FHFIF episodes be as funny as this one? It was funny. That's really all I have to say about this episode.moreless
  • Bloo and Mac both fall for Frankie but both of them get jealous and start fighting with eachother for her affections. Things get worse when an imaginary Prince Charming and a pizza delivery boy arrive and it becoames an all out war.moreless

    I thought Mac looked soo cute with that goofy love struck grin on his face, and I grinned my self when Mac and Bloo, when they both saw Frankie all dressed up and looking pretty, had thier mouths hanging open and muttering incoherently. I luaghed out loud when they thought that Frankie was dating the pizza delivery boy. It was kind of sweet how everyone kept falling for her and it was funny how bloo and mac tried to disguise themselves along with the prince to try to win back frankie's heart, even though thier plan failed at the sametime it helped out Frankie.moreless
Sean Marquette

Sean Marquette


Keith Ferguson

Keith Ferguson

Blooregard "Bloo" Q. Kazoo

Grey DeLisle

Grey DeLisle

Frances "Frankie" Foster/Duchess

Keith Ferguson

Keith Ferguson


Recurring Role

Tom Kenny

Tom Kenny

Chris / Maitre D

Recurring Role

Phil LaMarr

Phil LaMarr

Prince Charming

Recurring Role

Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions


  • TRIVIA (5)

    • After "Orlando Bloo" says "Why Frankie you old girl, I can't believe you still call me that, term of endearment", food appears on the table, but in the last scene, there wasn't any food on the table.

    • The files boxes was not there when Bloo and Mac down to see the pizza delivery guy, but seconds later, all the boxes where in the same place it were yesterday, and when Prince Charming appears, the boxes magically disappeared.

    • Mac and Bloo pick up about eight sheets of paper for paper balls in their arms each, but when the throw them at Chris, they everlast and never pick up anymore when there are still loads left. Then suddenly, they're all gone.

    • When Mac and Bloo are throwing paper balls at the pizza boy, the paper balls that landed on the floor disappeared.

    • Prince Charming's black eye switches from his right to his left.

  • QUOTES (16)

    • Orlando: So did Frankie told you how we met? Well i was at millionaire school learning how to be a millionaire which was silly because i already made a gazillion dollars in the paddleball business i just wanted to get my degree...

      Anway, Frankie was working in the Local Roller Derby and i just happen to be attending the roller derby regionals. And i couldent help notice her,so after the game i went up to her and said "Hey baby, im a gazillionaire!"

    • Mac: Shut up and throw!

    • Frankie: Mac, you are the best!

    • Prince Charming Pickup Lines

      Oh, fair lady, forgive my discourtesy. For a moment I thought I had died and gone to heaven, but I see now that heaven has been brought to me.

      Prey tell me, fair damsel, what have you been doing in my dreams all my life?

      Is it hot in here or is it just you?

      Is your father an alien? Because you are out of this world.

      I hope you know CPR, because you take my heart away.

      Is there an airport nearby, or is that my heart taking off?

      If this house were a meat market, you would be prime rib.

    • Orlando: We've been dating for twenty years.
      Dylan: (spits out drink): How old are you again?!
      Frankie: I'm 22.
      Dylan: So, you've been dating since you were...
      Orlando: Forty-seven. Yes. I mean, two.

    • Bloo: (In disguised voice) Why, Frankie! Fancy meeting you here. How long has it been?
      Frankie: (Does a spit take) Bloo?
      Bloo: Why, Frankie, you old girl, I can't believe you still call me that. (To Dylan) Term of endearment. (Dylan raises his eyebrow and blinks twice)
      Frankie: Heh heh heh heh... (To Dylan) Uh, don't listen to this maniac. (To Bloo) What are you doing here, Bloo?
      Bloo: Why, I'm on a dinner date. And please, call me by my first name - Orlando.
      Frankie: (Surprised) Orlando Bloo?

    • Bloo: You see, you're just a kid. Frankie needs a man.
      Mac: You're not even human!
      Bloo: Yeah, but I'm not a kid.
      Mac: You're younger than me!
      Bloo: Yeah, but I'm not a kid.
      Mac: OK. I created you when I was three, so that means you're only five.
      Bloo: Yeah but in dog years that's... (Mumbles) What's five times seven?
      Mac: Thirty-five. (Gets really angry) But you are not a dog!
      Bloo: Yeah, but I'm not a kid.

    • Prince Charming: What say you? Will you have me?
      Frankie: Well, you can stay in the house, if that's what you're asking, but I got over guys like you when I was, like, five.

    • Mac: (About Dylan) Wow, Frankie!! I still can't believe you gave that guy a nose bleed!!
      Bloo: Yeah! that was one of the most atomicist-atomic wedgie I've ever seen!
      Frankie: Yeah, I still can't believe that guy wore briefs.. what a dork!

    • Mac: Frankie's nice to us because she's cool.
      Dylan: (Chuckles) Why on earth would Frankie want to - no, strike that. Why would any girl want to date a dork, a kid -
      Bloo: See, I told ya!
      Dylan: And a thing!
      Bloo: Hey!
      Dylan: When she can go out with a guy like me!

    • Frankie: (Reading) Do you have a map? Why?
      Prince Charming: (High pitch voice) I keep getting lost in your eyes.

    • Bloo: (Disguised voice) Oh, silly me, a spoon can't pick up a steak!

    • Frankie: Besides, he (Dylan) was a royal pain. (Turns to imaginary Prince Charming) No offense, Princy.
      Prince Charming: None taken. (Holds a bag of frozen peas to his black eye) Yah-ah-ah.
      Frankie: Besides, I have friends like you. I don't need a man.
      Prince Charming: I'm not a man, I'm an imaginary man.
      Chris, The Pizza Delivery Boy: I'm not a man, I'm a teenager.
      Mac: I'm not a man, I'm just a kid.
      Bloo: I can beat that. I'm not even human.
      Frankie: (With disbelief) Oh, man!

    • Bloo: (In disguised voice) M'lady? (Pause) M'lady? (Pause, then in his normal voice) Will you get in here?
      (Prince Charming arrives dressed as a lady)
      Prince Charming: I hate you.
      Bloo: Ahem.
      Prince Charming: Oh, right. (High-pitched voice) I hate you.

    • Bloo: (Referring to Chris, the pizza delivery guy) Oh, my gosh, Mac, you're right. I mean, think about it. He's older than us, he's got a job, he's got a car, and he's got facial hair! How can we possibly compete with that?

    • Mac: (About Frankie; sighs.) She's so awesome...
      Bloo: And hot!
      Mac: She's so nice...
      Bloo: And hot!
      Mac: She's so cool...
      Bloo: And hot!

  • NOTES (15)


    • Prince Charming: Appearance
      The imaginary Prince Charming friend bares strong resemblance to Prince Phillip from the Disney movie Sleeping Beauty.

    • Frankie: Orlando Bloo?
      At the restaurant, Frankie knows that the person in disguise is Bloo. When Frankie calls him Bloo, Bloo said that he isn't Bloo, but Orlando Bloo. The name is an obvious spoof of the name of the famous actor, Orlando Bloom.

    • Episode Title: Frankie My Dear
      The title is a reference to the famous beginning movie line from Gone with the Wind, when Ashely Wilkes tells Scarlett O'Hara "Frankly My Dear..." and the number one line in a movie (as decided in a American Film Institute survey) with Clark Gable as Rhett Butler telling Vivian Leigh as Scarlett "Frankly my dear, I don't give a damn."

    • Bloo: (In a disguised voice) Left... left... the other left...
      In Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom, Indy tells his partner to go "right... right... the other right" to disable a trap in that temple that is about to squash Indy and his small friend. This may have been reversed on purpose as a joke for this episode.