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Fosters Home For Imaginary Friends 1&2
on February 9, 2008
If you've ever had an imaginary friend or not, this hilarious and hysterical cartoon from the Cartoon Network is both entertaining and funny. There are some hidden jokes that the younger kids won't get and adults will not be able to not laugh at. The reference to 80's British band Frankie Goes To Hollywood was classic and quick witted and funny all at the same time. Some jokes fly by so fast that you don't get them until watching them over and over again and then you just laugh harder because you missed it the first time; at least it is in my case. I am a fan of cartoons like this and wish that there were many more shown like this. The characters themselves are all total and complete individuals of people that we all know or have known. There's a bully, a hero, his sidekick, a rich snob, an ecentric older person, a rebellious teen, and many more that you can identify with. The episodes are all funny and I have yet to see an episode that I didn't enjoy and or laugh out loud at. I love the character Cheese just because he's so darn annoying and loveable at the same time; he reminds me of young kids that want every last bit of your attention as you're trying to accomplish somethhing that's meaningful and important to you and here comes the little destructive and loud annoyance to remind you that they're there too and you need to provide them some attention...RIGHT NOW or suffer their wrath of a tantrum or just getting into trouble. Fosters is a show for the whole family. Sit down, watch it with the kids, and enjoy the laughter that follows.