Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends - The Complete Season 2
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No matter! Amazon has come to the rescue buy not only providing me the 2nd season, but also with DVD extras including a Cheese music video, a gallery of imaginary friends, and show promos. And at $5 less than what the other seasons have been selling for on iTunes.
The great episodes in this season:
"Partying is Such Sweet Soriee" - 5/5 - A personal favorite of mine, since it's the first episode of "Foster's" I ever saw. When Madam Foster and Frankie decide to go out one night, Bloo decides to throw a wild house party.
"The Big Lablooski" - 3/5 - Bloo, Mac and the gang join Madam Foster's bowling team. Not one of my all-time favorites, but it has its moments, like Bloo's desperate attempts at winning a paddleball from a claw machine.
"Where There's a Wilt There's a Way/Everyone Knows it's Bendy" - 4/5 - A two-part episode. First there's poor Wilt. He can't say no to anyone, no matter how much of an inconvenience it is for him. And then, when a new guy, Bendy, comes to the house, he starts causing all kinds of problems. When Bloo decides to expose him for the troublemaker he is, he leaves quite a trail of destruction behind him.
"Sight For Sore Eyes/Bloo's Brothers" - 4/5 - Another two parter. In the first segment, Ivan, a seeing-eye friend, has been separated from his kid. When Bloo and Mac decide to help him, they end up getting separated, as well. Next, when Mac takes Bloo to school for Show and Tell, Bloo wows his classmates.Read more ›
It didn't come with a cardboard slipcover like Season 1 did. I personally see the slipcover as a sign of class and quality, so this might be a bit of a downside. I also haven't noticed any little surprise features you have to search for (many times called "Easter Eggs" because you have to "hunt" for them) which is also a bit of a downside because they were fun to look for, find, and watch. They seem to have been replaced by small appearances of Cheese before episodes start. But overall, the DVD and its case are excellent.
As for the episodes, they're all great this season! Well, except maybe one IMHO.Read more ›
Camp Keep A Good Mac Down
Foster's Go To Europe
Imposter's Home For Um... Make Em Up Pals
Duchess Of Wails
Land Of The Flea
Setting A President
Crime After Crime
Cuckoo For Coco Cards
Go Goo Go
One False Movie
Room With A Feud
This DVD must released sometime in 2015
This show is easily one of the most entertaining and thoughtful, humorous and family-friendly animated series out there. I rarely watch TV (except the daily ritual of Sesame Street with my 2 year old daughter) - but Foster's is a series that I enjoy probably even more than my child does!
I also own Season 1 and it seems the writing has improved a bit with season 2. Also, the creators continue to churn out interesting and unique new characters with each episode. I only hope Cartoon Network plans to release Seasons 3-6 on DVD soon since I am unable to regularly watch the show on cable!
This series is definitely a must-own for me - particularly since I am in the animation business. My only complaint is the lack of extra content on the DVD's... I would LOVE to hear the artists and producers commentary track on all or ANY of the episodes. As it is - the only commentary is a "fake" dialog between a couple of the voice actors available on only one episode... it's entertaining but not as insightfull as I would have hoped.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Season two is where Cheese makes his first appearance. My teenagers still watch Fosters, and can't wait for future season's to be released.Published 8 months ago by Jill Crawford
This cartoon is amazing! I can't believe I paid soooo much for it but it's the same price or more wherever you locate it.Published 9 months ago by Liseth Aguirre
Our family loves this discontinued cartoon series, and we sincerely hope to see subsequent seasons released in the US someday! Read morePublished 11 months ago by D. Young
Fast shipping !! Great product !! Great Price !! Thank you !!Published 11 months ago by Charles Free
Great for children of all ages. I liked to watch these on tv and it's better to have them on video.Published 19 months ago by Glenn Audette
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It Depends on How Much You Like the Show. It Doesn't Look Like There will be a complete series set so I would Hold On to it unless you're not a big fan of the show because you can get the episodes on itunes and amazon instant.
Jun 5, 2013 by The Animation Man | See all 2 posts
you can get it on itunes but I don't think you'll ever be able to get it on dvd
Aug 11, 2012 by Mom and Teacher | See all 2 posts