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Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends

Season 2 Episode 8


Aired Unknown May 13, 2005 on Cartoon Network
out of 10
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Episode Summary

The gang goes an arcade and everyone's winning lots of tickets except bloo. Bloo then becomes very interested in a prize thats 500 tickets: glow in the dark Dracula teeth. So Bloo wants them to give them their tickets so he can get one, but the others decided to collect all of their tickets and get a rubber elephant, which Bloo grows an obsession with later on. But when Frankie, who's holding the rubber elephant, goes to sleep, Bloo sneeks in and steals it. When he's playing with, it breaks. The only option is to go to the arcade and win 500 tickets to get another rubber elephant. Can he get the elephant before the others find out?moreless

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  • This episode has a problem. The lack of happiness. Read my review to see my opinion of this stupid episode.

    This episode sucked. No-one got along and Bloo was mistreated. Bloo never fought over the rubber elephant and caused Frankie trouble, and Frankie put him last to be mean.

    And Eduardo. The jerk. Calling Wilt and Cooc stinky! He is such a self-centred scaredy-cat, acting all lipsy with that elephant. The fact he kept trying to grab it off everybody was plain selfishness. It's a toy elephant! Not his baby!

    And having to go through all the pain with the skee-balling was shocking. Poor Bloo getting knocked in the eye, mouth and stomach by a ball rapidly. Poor little guy...

    And the cliffhangar ending. I was sorry for Bloo. Being used as a squeaky toy when he swallows it because of Eduardo's dumb clumsiness. It must of been very painful for him to get squeezed and pulled all day for the rest of his life!

    So this episode sucks. No humor, Eduardo's a jerk, Bloo being bashed in the head by skee-balls and then being used as a squeaky toy. It's all plain bad, and should of had a happy ending. Not a sad one.moreless
  • bloo is obssesed with a toy elephant

    at the arcade everyone is winning tons of tickets except for poor bloo. he goes to the prize counter and sees some dracula teeth that he really wants. but instead everyone pulls their tickets togehter to buy a rubber elephant. they take turns with it and blo is last. he becomes really obsesed with it and steals it from frankie while shes sleeping. while playing with it he breaks it. he cant get enough tickets for it his friends were mad and i forget how it ends so dont yell at me! this episode made me begin to enjoy fostersmoreless
  • Painful to watch at least for Bloo. he wasn't treated very nice in this episode. All he wanted was some dracula teeth.

    Okay in this episode the gang is featured at an Arcade called the Beehive or something like that. and everybody is getting tickets except poor bloo. So he wants the others to just give him Five hundred ticktes so he can get some Dracula Teeth. But Bloo isn't even getting any tickets! Never mind prizes! So I thought that was kinda mean to not even give him not even ONE TICKET?! What is up with that? And another mean thing is when Frankie had Bloo receiving the Pink elephant last. So Bloo steals it and plays with it. I'm glad he did that, its all he ever wanted besides those dracula teeth! The last mean thing is Mac, why was he even mad towards Bloo and forcing him to win another prize?! Bloo is Mac's imaginary friend and NOT enemy! Sheesh! So in conclusion Bloo was treated poorly and didn't deserve to go through all that. Everybody was mean to him in this episode.moreless
  • It was a great episode.

    I thought this was a great episode. Basically the whole gang goes to an arcade and they band thier tickets together to buy a new toy that Bloo doesn't like at first but then he really likes it. They each get two hours with the toy and at first the system works until Bloo messes up the toy, and trys to get a new one but through struggle Mac just goes and buys another one at the dollar store. In the end Bloo swallows the new toy and they use him as the toy. I thought it was a great episode, but not the best.moreless
  • This was an enjoyable episode.

    We see how stubborn Bloo can be, and that is pretty funny in of itself. Somethimes we feel sorry for him and other times we feel he got the punishment he deserves all in one episode. He also isn't the only character that goes on an emotional rollercoaster in this episode either.

    Eduardo also has his ups and downs throughout this story and it is funny, too. The other characters kind of just stand around to show that they're there except for Mac, who is trying to teach Bloo a lesson he will not soon forget if he can learn.moreless
Sean Marquette

Sean Marquette


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


Tom Kane

Tom Kane

Mr. Herriman

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