Frances "Frankie" Foster/Duchess
Blooregard "Bloo" Q. Kazoo
Officer Nina Valaroso, Clerk
Joe, Foul Larry, Foul Larry's Creator
Kid, Sara Cryer, Baby Brother
Stats, Clumsy, Man, Guy #3
Announcer, Jackie Khones, Jailbird #3, Jordan Michaels
It showed in the flashback that Wilt's arm was crushed and his eye was hit with a basketball but it didn't explain how it got cut off.
The ticket that Officer Nina gave to Frankie when Frankie called her Nina was the ticket that officer Nina was writing in the beginning.
Frankie told Madam Foster that they would be back home in the afternoon. Wouldn't Madame Foster be worried since they came back in the night?
When Wilt is sitting at the train station it looks like his eyes are switched.
Goof: When the friends say that Wilt took his tooth brush you can see that Bloo's tooth brush is blue. Although in "House of Bloo's" you can see that Bloo is carrying a red tooth brush. However he could have changed it after "Everyone Knows It's Bendy" because Bendy was scrubbing the toilet with Bloo's tooth brush.
Before Nina's flashback of how she created Eduardo, the gang is sitting outside the courthouse building. After the flashback, they are all in the bus.
Why did Nina give Frankie a ticket just because Frankie called her by her first name? That's not against the law.
When Wilt was helping the farmer with the hay, couldn't he see that it was dark already?
When Foul Larry gains a point and they went back in the middle, How come Foul Larry still had the ball?
Nina Valerosa's name is a joke of the Spanish words: "Niña Valerosa" which means Valiant Girl.
At the mansion it is said Wilt took his toothbrush but when he opens his bag theres just a ball and Wilt has no pockets.
When Wilt is in jail and the other inmates are talking about their crimes, one of them says that his crime was taking back his wife's puppy. However, this isn't against the law, so why is he in jail?
Reply: He might have abused it in the process, which is against the law.
How is Wilt able to drive the lawnmower for so many days without having to refuel it?
When you first see the imaginary friend Stats for the Home and Away part it says Wilt and Larry, but later it changes to Home and Away.
Wilt bounces the hay like a basketball, but hay doesn't roll up or bounce like that.
The judge said that after the adults went to work and the kids went to school, Wilt came and cut their lawns but when he finished cutting the grass, Wilt sees some kids playing basketball.
Frankie calls her grandmother to tell her that she and the people on the bus had to stay in a motel, but the sign outside clearly says that it is a hotel.
Wilt: Foul Larry!
Foul Larry: Well, well, well, if it isn't Mr. Sore Loser. You're late.
Mac: Wow! I think it's so amazing that Madame Foster hosts a reunion every five years. It means so much for the imaginary friends to see their creators every once in a while.
Wilt: I did something terrible, it's time I set things right.
Bloo: I got it! Wilt's creator is Godzilla!
Frankie: Will you give it a rest already?
Bloo: WE'RE COMING TO SAVE YOU, WILT!
Frankie: Get in the back!
Bloo: Do you wanna hear what I think?
Everyone except Mac & Frankie: Go, go, go, go, go, go, go, go!
(Frankie gets annoyed by their singing)
Frankie: Let's try, SHUT UP!
Everyone: (sings) Shut up!
The episode won an Emmy Award for Outstanding Individual Achievement in Animation - Background Key Design.
Animation Studios: Cartoon Network Studios and Boulder Media, Ltd.
Jackie Khones' creator, seen briefly in this episode, resembles Cartoon Network executive Khaki Jones.
Look Closely: In the scene where Wilt is waiting at the train station, he hands a magazine to the man next to him. If you look closely at the magazine, you can see Wilt's creator, Jordan Michaels, on the cover of it.
LISTEN CLOSELY: Nina (Eduardo's creator) says to the two neighborhood bullies "Leave him alone you dum bravocudos!" "Bravocudo" is Spanish for "Jerk".
Tickets given by Officer Nina Valerosa to:
Frankie: Two for wrong parking, one for not watching the road, one for speeding and one for driving through a yellow light.
Michael: One for parking his private jet on the street.
We know how Wilt got his bad eye and lost his arm, but it isn't explained how he got the stiches in his face
Throughout the TV-Movie-special, you see hints of Wilt's creator, Jordan Michaels. (parody of Michael Jordan)
A-In the beginning of the show, the friends are watching a basketball game, and the Announcer mentions Jordan Michaels making a dunk.
B-In the bus station, there is a poster with Jordan Michaels' face on it entitled 'Astro Slam'. ...And
C-When Wilt hands the guy on the train station the magazine you can see Jordan on the front cover.
D-When Wilt is in the city, there are kids playing basketball in a garage space, like Wilt's kid used to play Wilt.
After Frankie dai that road rage, you can see Officer Nina Valerosa sitting in the back and then her arm suddenly pops out next to Frankie, who was driving, to give her a ticket.
Many years ago, Wilt lost an important basketball game and disappointed his creator, Jordan Michaels. This explains why Wilt says "sorry" a lot.
In the scene at the reunion where some of the friends are watching a game on Socket Tubey, you can hear the announcer mention Jordan Michaels and the name of his team, the Cows.
With a full year before his and Jordan's first lost, and Foul Larry saying it'd been about 30 since, Wilt is about 31 years old. It was mentioned in "Room With A Feud" that he'd been at the home longer than many other friends, so now it's revealed just how long that is.
Now we know how Coco was "discovered". The nerds were hunting on an island off the South Pacific, when they found a bird, Coco, "playing" a ukulele.
This is the third time Wilt went to Jail. The first was in "When There's a Wilt. There's a Way," then had himself voluntarily incarcerated in "Crime After Crime".
The premiere of this episode was in a letterbox/widescreen format. On a Friday, November 24, 2006 repeat of the episode, it was shown in a full screen (4:3 aspect ratio) format instead. The repeat had less detail and looked as if it were zoomed into the original picture.
Frankie and the people from the bus stayed in room 7 of the motel they were at on their search for Wilt.
Wilt's creator, Jordan Michaels, wore a red basketball shirt and shorts with the number 1 on the chest, as well as red, white and blue striped wristbands and socks, as well as black and white basketball sneakers when he was a child, which led to Wilt's look when he was created of a red body with the number 1 on his chest, red, white, and blue striped wristbands and socks, and black and white basketball sneakers.
Wilt used to have two arms and two good eyes. His arm was crushed by Foul Larry, and a basketball hit his eye. It seems that he also got his arm amputated.
Credits: Wilt acting like a fan with the friends at a basketball game Jordan Michaels is playing in.
Running Gags: 1) Nina Valerosa ticketing Frankie for traffic violations. 2) Bloo delivering silly creators for Wilt, along with telling everyone about being a criminal. 3) Douglas and Adam falling in love for Frankie. 4) Frankie's road rage. 5) Wilt's journey being delayed to help someone. 6) Coco nagging Douglas and Adam (twice, Adam complains to her that "You sound like my mother.")
Human Debuts: Nina Valerosa, Eduardo's creator; Douglas and Adam, the scientists who discovered Coco; Jordan Michaels, Wilt's creator, Sara and her parents.
Imaginary Friends Debuts: Foofy Woogums, Stats, Foul Larry, as well as lots of other friends who appear while Wilt and Foul Larry are playing basketball.
This is the first episode to be a movie, as well as the second movie of the series.
This is the first (and so far only) episode where we get to see the creators of Wilt and Eduardo, and the scientists that studied Coco before she came to Foster's.
Fluffer Nutter's creator resembles Paul Teutul Sr. from the Discovery Channel hit series, American Chopper.
Fast Forward: The hat in the train station is also similar to the one that Madame Foster is wearing in "The Buck Swaps Here".
Adam: Hurley from "Lost"
If you look closely in the lost and found of the train station, you will see a Viking hat. In the Cartoon Network Foster's game "Big Fat Awesome House Party" the Viking hat is one of other available game prizes when using a code.
All: The Name Game
While on the bus at the start of one scene, we hear everyone on the bus (except the road rage infused Frankie) singing the 1965 Shirley Eliis tune "The Name Game."
Wilt: On a little tractor for a few days and nights.
The scene where Wilt is riding a little tractor (and each night Wilt only moves a few feet) is the same to an episode of Dexter's Laboratory, called "Ol' McDexter", when each night, Jebediah's horse and buggy moves very slowly. Even the voice of the farmer Wilt helps with the hay, Jeff Bennett, is the same actor who voiced Jebediah on "Dexter's Laboratary".
Wilt: Hi-Ho Lawn Mower, Away!
The Judge's story about Wilt, and his calling him "The Lawn Ranger" is similar to the fictional wild west hero/mercenary The Lone Ranger.
Douglas and Adam: Escape from Dexter's Laboratory and Best. Parody. Ever?
The look of Douglas is simular to Mandark, a character on Dexter's Laboratory, a series Craig McCracken worked on, while Adam is loosely based on Comic Book Guy from The Simpsons.
Foul Larry: Bird in the hand?
"Foul Larry" is a reference to Boston Celtics legend Larry Bird, as is the color of his uniform, Kelly Green.
Computers: iPears, anyone?
Look closely at the computers Douglas and Adam use. The logo has a pear with a bite out of it, a parody of Apple's iMac logo.
When Wilt is in the bus station right before he finds the umbrella, you can see an advertisement with the cartoon character from the Cartoon Network movie Re-Animated.
Jordan Michaels: Air Michaels?
Jordan Michaels is a spoonerized name of basketball great Michael Jordan.
Douglas and Adam: And the number 42, too!
The names Douglas and Adam are another reference to The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy author Douglas Adams and the reference on Adam's shirt to the number "42" as the answer to everything.
Episode: The plot thickens
The plot of this episode is fairly similar to L Frank Baum's book The Tin Woodman of Oz, where the titular character tries to find his old girlfriend.
The title is a reference to the movie, Good Will Hunting, starring Matt Damon, Ben Affleck and Robin Williams.
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