This is the full list of the episodes for BlooJ's Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends.


Season 1 (2000-2001)

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Title Original air date Description Trivia Title Card Rating
1 "House of Bloo’s" August 12, 2000 Mac is an eight-year-old boy that once lived in Imaginationland with his imaginary friend, Blooregard Q. Kazoo (or Bloo for short). One day, Imaginationland was under attack by a creature named Bendy as well as his minions, cartoon characters that hate imagination and creativity. Bendy then has enough power to wipe out Imaginationland, causing Mac to pack his things and move to Earth alongside Bloo. They then go into their new house where he meets the Daddy family, who adopted him. At first, Mac has some difficulties on Earth, but he manages to adapt to his new life. However, his new family asks that he moves Bloo to a care home, named Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends, as Terrence hates imaginary friends. He then agrees and begins visiting daily at Foster's, where they meet more friends as well as some cartoon characters. Unfortunately, Bendy has designed a plot, with help from his minions, to destroy Mac and take over planet Earth. This leads Mac, Bloo, and their new friends on an epic journey to save the world from Bendy and co.'s wrath and bring imagination and creativity back to people everywhere. This episode was originally meant to be a theatrical movie, but was later reworked into a shorter-length TV movie once budget issues arised.
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2 "Store Wars" August 18, 2000 The day of Madame Foster's birthday comes around and Frankie has forgotten to buy streamers, so Mr. Herriman orders her to go get some. Mac, Bloo, Eduardo, Wilt, Coco, Spongebob, Patrick, Shreek, Ren and Stimpy tag along, but wander off while in the mall and get into various scrapes, slowing Frankie down. Even though this is the second episode of the show, it is episode 5 in production order.
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3 "The New Girl in Town" August 25, 2000 Jenny moves to Toonvile and makes her first contact with the outside world, meeting Bloo, Mac, Wilt, Edwardo, Coco, Spongebob, Patrick, Shreek, Ren, and Stimpy for the first time and Bloo seems to have a crush on her, while Terrence's toys are plotting a scheme to kill Terrence after he throws Buzz out the windows. Meanwhile, Jenny finds a new imaginary friend named "Hewagwon" who is not very imaginative but is pretty intelligent.
4 "Busted" September 1, 2000 Mr. Herriman is unhappy that Bloo is not perfectly following the rules of the house. When he threatens to kick Bloo out, Bloo gets so stressed out that he accidentally breaks a bust of Madame Foster. Bloo tries to find a way to fix the broken bust before Mr. Herriman finds out. TBA
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5 "Volcano" September 8, 2000 Shrek and his friend Donkey take Bloo, Mac, Wilt, Edwardo, Coco, Spongebob, Patrick, Ren, And Stimpy on a hunting trip in the mountains. Spongebob discovers that the mountain is a volcano about to erupt and convinces the townspeople to dig a trench for diverting the lava. TBA
6 "The Power" September 15, 2000 Bloo and Mac use a magic keyboard (left behind by a wizard who was urinating in a bush) to give them anything they want, but things take a turn for the worst when they accidentally use the keyboard to send Wilt to the moon and they must find a way to get him back before a moon monster destroys him. TBA
7A "World Wide Wabbit" September 22, 2000 Mac and Bloo are using Frankie's digital camera to make video interviews for the new Foster's website, when they stumble upon Mr. Herriman entertaining Madame Foster. The movie eventually is seen by everyone in the house, and Bloo uploads the film to the Internet, which eventually humiliates Mr. Herriman. TBA
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7B "Kamp Mickey" September 22, 2000 Bloo, Mac, Wilt, Edwardo, Coco, Cartman, Stan, Kyle, Kenny, Spongebob, and Patrick go to Kamp Mickey for the summer in order to have a break from the troubles at the house and meet Mickey Mouse. However, their promises of a fun summer at Kamp Mickey are broken when the director of the camp, Bendy, is revealed to be a ferocious accountant and that the camp counselors are the Terrence, Plankton, Chloe and Alfe. All of the kids at the camp are treated horribly and Bloo survives by clinging to the promise that Mickey himself will soon arrive. However, when this does not happen, Bloo leads the campers into a rebellion and they eventually take over the camp. The real Mickey Mouse arrives at the camp and decides to make it up to our heroes by taking them to Disneyland.
8 "Berry Scary" September 29, 2000 A new friend named Berry enters the house and acts as sweet as she can be, though, with one glance at Bloo, she becomes lovestruck and is determined to make Bloo love her back. When he ignores her, she feels that Mac and Jenny are getting in the way (though it is actually just Bloo's self-centered nature). TBA
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9 "Mac Daddy" October 6, 2000 One morning, Mac wakes up to find that he is unintentionally created another imaginary friend named Cheese. Madame Foster allows the same rules as there are for Bloo, but Bloo does not approve of his new brother. After many attempts to get rid of him, Cheese disappears on his own. Bloo realizes that Foster's could be a very dangerous place for one so stupid as Cheese.
10 "Bloooo" October 13, 2000 Bloo and Mac enjoy playing with each other in the mud, but when it is raining, they get sick. As Mac is taken home by Frankie, Bloo misses out on the scary movie the friends planned to watch that night. When Wilt, Eduardo, and Coco begin to believe that the ghost in the movie is real, they mistake a pale Bloo to be the ghost. Meanwhile, Frankie gets locked out of the house in the rain after dropping off Mac and, as she tries to get back in by risking her own life, feels she is being stalked by something hiding in the dark.
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11 "Bloo-O-Ween" October 27, 2000 Bloo is tired of always getting scared on Halloween and being called "Scaredy Blue", so he decides to dress like the Freedy to get revenge However The real Freedy With Jason, Chucky, Pennywise, Leprechaun, and Michael appears and explains to the people how there offended is by people dressing up as them for Halloween, and that Bloo's costume is the worst of all. They take off Bloo's costume, Subsequently, everyone runs away, including Freedy Jason, Chucky, Pennywise, Leprechaun, and Michael, leaving Bloo satisfied to finally have succeeded in scaring people, Wilt, Edwardo and Coco go trick-or-treating while killer clowns are on the loose such as The Joker and Harley Quinn and the companies that have manufactured candy for Halloween such as The Hershey Company, M&M's, and Butterfinger has accidentally dropped poison and Razor Blades into their candy factories. When told by Frankie Foster not to go trick-or-treating, they think it's a joke and sneak outside. With them not knowing, will they find out?, Meanwhile, Spongebob and Patrick meet The Chocolate Guy who copies Patrick Star he'll try to get them away from him with whatever his holding, on Halloween usually candy.
12A "Meat Your Maker" November 10, 2000 Bloo, Mac, Spongebob, Ren, and Stimpy get trapped in a meat locker while searching for hamburgers and hot dogs after Bloo accidentally sets them on fire with too much oil. They meet talking food who agree to help them, but their real goal is to eat them instead. Because of that, Bloo and Mac have to save the gang.
12B "The Banana Dice" November 10, 2000 The Foster’s gang tune into a reboot of The Banana Splits. During the credits, Drooper mentions a contest in which the viewers have to send as much money to a specific address as possible in order to win a pair of banana-colored fuzzy dice. It is revealed that the whole thing is fraudulent, but Bloo wins the dice regardless. However, after finding out that the dice is Banana Splits-themed and worrying that Jenny will not want it, the gang attempt to trade it in for a normal yellow-colored dice.
13 "Trees of Troy" November 17, 2000 After Frankie teaches Bloo about town pride, Bloo becomes embroiled in a fight with a boy from the neighboring town of Shelbyville. The next day, Toonvile's Chocolate tree is stolen by Citiesville, and Bloo leads Mac, The Edds Cartman, Stan Marsh, Kyle Broflovski, Kenny McCormick  SpongeBob, Patrick, Jenny, and Woody Woodpecker to get it back. The group learns that the tree is at an impound lot. Mr. Harmen And Frankie use Bob and Larry's RV to lead the adults including Shrek to find Bloo, Mac, Jenny,  The Edds, Cartman, Stan Marsh, Kyle Broflovski, Kenny McCormick  SpongeBob, Patrick, and Woody Woodpecker and the two groups decide to recover the tree together. Parking the RV in a hospital zone, it is towed to the impound lot, allowing the Toonvileians to rescue the tree, and escape back home.
14 "It's a Foster's Christmas" December 22, 2000 It's Christmas time in Toonvile, so Bloo and various other characters are gathering and preparing to celebrate. But little do they know that the Pumpkin King is out to conquer Christmas, and he's bringing some monstrous help. Jenny is unwittingly programmed for evil against her will by a spoiled child named Todd Sweeney, who uses her to ruin the holidays for all of Toonville up until his plan to eliminate Christmas, as the Foster's Gang and Jack the Pumpkin King must stop Todd, The Grinch, and Black Hiver, if they don't save it, could mark the end of Christmas forever and it's not going to be a Merry Christmas for anyone!, Meanwhile Bob and Larry celebrate Christmas.
  • This episode marks the debut of Bob the Tomato and Larry the Cucumber.
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15 "Hot Jenny" February 9, 2001. Thinking Bloo does not find her attractive anymore, Jenny decides to get liposuction, but instead receives breast implants/improvements. She becomes adored by many of the men in Toonvile and becomes a spokesmodel for trade shows. Meanwhile, Mac, The Eds, Stan, Kenny, Kyle, and Cartman try to imitate a stunt they saw on an episode of Batman that guest stars  Mickey Mouse When the stunt ends badly, media watchdog groups blame  Mickey, Goofy and Donald are forced to make their show The Hosue of Mouse and Disney movies more safety-conscious and less fun.
16 "Grave Danger" February 16, 2001. Bloo and Mac accidentally raise the dead while watching a horror movie at a drive-in theater.
17 "Who Let the Dogs In?" February 23, 2001. After Eduardo finds a puppy when he was taking out the trash, he decides to keep it, despite the fact that dogs are not permitted inside the house due to Mr. Herriman suffering from a fear of dogs. However, despite Eduardo's best efforts, the dog gets loose and starts causing problems that Eduardo takes the blame for in fear of the puppy being found out.
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18 "Seeing Red" March 9, 2001. Terrence has an idea to make up a square friend named Red to beat Bloo up with so he can bully Mac to his heart's content, but the friend he creates is friendly instead of being mean and violent.
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19 "Everyone Knows It's Bendy" March 16, 2001. A new imaginary friend has come to Foster's, but he keeps misbehaving all around the house. All other imaginary friends are taking the blame, until Bloo comes up with his master plan..
20 "Good Wilt Hunting Part 1" March 23, 2001. it is time for the Five Year Creator Reunion Picnic, where imaginary friends' creators come to Foster's to see their former friends. One friend's creator, however, is missing: Wilt's. Wilt, believing that his creator is still mad at him for a past let-down, sets off on a cross-country journey to set things straight as Bloo and the rest of the Foster's Gang have to find Wilt.
21 "Ren and Stimpy in Not Without My Eediot-acy" April 1, 2001. Ren and Stimpy travel to Bikini Bottom to rescue Sandy, who is being held prisoner by Plankton. A complex chain of events involving a female pop vocalist, a Middle Eastern dictator and chemical warfare leads to a hostile takeover of Nickelodeon. Ren and Stimpy attempt to save Sandy and their home country.
22 "Good Wilt Hunting Part 2" April 20, 2001 Mac, Bloo, and Frankie, along with Eduardo and his creator Officer Nina Valerosa and Coco and the two scientists who discovered her, set out to find Wilt and bring him back home. This episode is alternatively known as "Still Good Wilt Hunting". Said name is sometimes used in international airings and some TV listings. Most airings in America since 2008 combine both parts into one episode.
23 "A Pikachu Makes Love to a Jigglypuff" August 27, 2001 The Foster's Gang tries to breed a Pikachu with a Jigglypuff as a genetic engineering experiment they look for Dr. Doofenshmirtz help. Instead, Dr. Doofenshmirtz creates a clone of Mac that terrorizes the town.
24A "Th' Hewagwons" May 4, 2002 Bloo discovers Hewagwon's family.
24B "Batman" August 6, 2001 Bloo and Mac want to meet their favorite superheroes, Batman and Robin They try to bring them out of movie retirement, much to the annoyance of the superheroes, who only want their television repaired. Bloo and Mac go through various antics to help them out of retirement and eventually succeed when the two heroes treat them as villains and use their superpowers to force them away as Bloo and Mac then watch The New Adventures of Batman on TV.
25A "Room With A Feud" May 11, 2001 When a recent adoption leaves a room at Foster's vacant, The Gang compete for Mr. Herriman and Frankie's approval to win the room as part of a contest that gets even trickier when a mysterious teleportation device is found within the room by Wilt. The original script for this episode involved Bloo and Jenny switching genders (and in an earlier stage swapping bodies), but this was scrapped because it would distract from the main plot of the episode.
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25B "The Sweet Stench of Success" May 11, 2001 When Bloo becomes jealous of Eduardo and the other friends for appearing on TV, he pretends to be a very sick friend in order to appear, despite the fact that it is only for friends up for adoption. A Hollywood agent named Kip Snip soon turns him into a star, but starts to treat him badly and won't let him see Mac.
26A "Prank Callers" April 1st, 2001 Bloo and Mac are sent back to 1982 after attempting to prank call the "Master Prank Caller" and need help to get back to their normal time.
26B "Bloo's Body" September 9, 2001 When Bloo's body forces itself out of his consciousness after he eats too much junk food, Mac, Jenny, Wilt, Eduardo, Spongebob, and Coco try to return him back to normal before the change becomes permanent, but a bodybuilder also wants Bloo's body too.
27/28 "The Bucket List" May 25, 2001 Wheen Bloo consumes a poisonous fugu fish at a sushi restaurant, and is told he has only 24 hours left to live. He accepts his fate and makes a list of all the things he wants to do before he dies. This episode is the season 1 finale and is split into two parts.

Season 2 (2001-02)

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Title Description Original air date Trivia Title Card Rating
1 "Partying Is Such Sweet Soiree" Frankie and Madame Foster are leaving for the day, so Mr. Herriman is placed in charge of the house. However, Madame Foster inadvertently gives Bloo the idea to throw a wild party, and he plans to do so without Mr. Herriman's consent. While they manage to come up with a method to distract Mr. Herriman, there is still one person that could stop the party: Mac. Bloo knows that with a little bit of sugar, Mac will not be a problem, or so he believes. Instead, though, one small drop of sugar turns Mac into a sugar-crazy maniac, and Bloo must stop him before he ruins the party. Meanwhile he finds, even more, to worry about, including Mr. Herriman coming to his senses. August 24, 2001 TBA
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2 "Raggedy Android" Krusty Krab is a popular hangout spot in Toonvile, but the newly employ hired, Devious Diesel, has a strict "No Robots" policy. Desperate to get in, Jenny dons the new and improved Exo-Skin to pass off as a "perfectly normal human girl". But what happens when the Exo-Skin refuses to let Jenny take it off will result in big trouble. August 31, 2001
3 "Go Goo Go" Mac finds a girl named Goo who is repeatedly visiting the home. She creates a large amount of imaginary friends, which crowds the house to the point the other imaginary friends have to sleep in the Foster’s bus. Now, Bloo must find a way to get rid of Goo and the robust amount of imaginary friends she has made. September 9, 2001
4 "The Big Lablooski" Mac drafts the gang onto Madame Foster's bowling team to help her beat her arch-rival Flo Jerkins, but when Mac gets booted off his own team, he must learn the ways of the ball from an imaginary bowling guru. October 12, 2001
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5 "Foster's Goes To Europe" Mac wins a sweepstakes and receives tickets to Europe. But when the gang tries to pack at the last second, everyone has delays that make them later and later; Frankie is making sure that Madame Foster can take care of the house while everyone is gone, though all she wants to do is break the rules, which is tempting to Bloo. October 18, 2001
6 "My So Called Wife" A rich benefactor is considering giving money to a charity, and visits Foster's to see if it is worthy. Mr. Herriman gets Mac and Bloo to keep Coco out of the way, but in the end, it is only when the benefactor mistakes Coco as Mr. Herriman's wife that he considers Foster's, and invites them to his mansion where he will decide which charity gets the money. Mr. Herriman then tries to teach Coco to be sophisticated, while Mac and Frankie teach Bloo sarcasm, since he does not understand that Mr. Herriman was being sarcastic when he and Mac were promised jet cars. November  2, 2001
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7a "Dinner Is Swerved" When Mac visits Foster's, Bloo wants to show him something up on the roof, though when it is time for them to go back downstairs, they find themselves lost and unable to get downstairs. Meanwhile, everyone in the dining room sneaks food when Mr. Herriman is not looking after he insists they wait for Bloo to arrive before eating dinner. November 16, 2001 This episode is shorter than normal paired episodes, at 7 minutes.
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7b "Crime After Crime" Mr. Herriman becomes addicted to carrots, and hid carrots all around the house. Mr. Herriman blames everyone who lives in the house for rules that don't exist in order to retrieve the carrots without being found out, and sends them all to their rooms without supper while he looks for a place to hide his carrot fix. Meanwhile, Frankie and Madame Foster, due to the lack of carrots, have no choice but to make a meal called "It", a disgusting dish with no name for dinner. After seeing what the said dish looks like and how it's made, Bloo does not want to eat "It" because it smells terrible and tries everything he can think of to get in trouble so that Mr. Herriman will send him to his room without any supper, as he did to the other friends. But Mr. Herriman doesn't because Bloo's antics actually help the desperate rabbit. Bloo goes so far as to put banana peels on the stairs to make Herriman slip and fall down the stairs, and filling Herriman's office with Gelatin-O (a parody of Jell-O), but much to his fury, Mr. Herriman doesn't punish him.

Meanwhile, down in the Foster's kitchen, Frankie tries to make the dish numerous times, but people keep jumping on Madame Foster's bed upstairs, causing the ceiling in the kitchen to crack and spackle to fall into the dish messing up the recipe, resulting in Madame Foster smacking Frankie's hand with a wooden spoon and causing Frankie to get frustrated.

Eduardo catches Herriman trying to dispose of his carrot fix by burning them, and Coco, hearing about it, steals his carrots. Herriman calls the cops, who think that his "hundred carrots" are actually "karats" (an assumed diamond robbery). Coco forces Mr. Herriman to write a written apology. Herriman is caught with diamonds and is sent to prison. Wilt joins him because he was trying to find a punishment for him breaking the rules that Herriman made up. Bloo is forced to eat the "It" Frankie made and doesn't enjoy it at all.

November 5, 2001
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8 "Boy-Scoutz 'n the Hood" After getting Kicked out of Monsters Inc. Arcade, Bloo, Mac, and The South Park Boys find $20.00 on the street and buy a Sussy made entirely of syrup at the Krusty Krab. After a night of binging and carousing, Bloo and Mac wake up to discover that they have joined a Boy Scouts-esque troupe called "The Junior Campers". Bloo and Mac initially hate the group, then enjoy it, until Wilt agrees to participate in their river-rafting trip. In a boat with Bob, Larry, Cartman, Stan, Kyle, Kenny, SpongeBob and Patrick, Bloo loses their map and the boat gets lost in the ocean. After being stuck out at sea for several days, they discover an oil rig with a Krusty Krab and are saved. At the end of the episode, the rest of the campers including Ernest are attacked by Jason at an abandoned campsite/Camp Crystal Lake. December 7, 2001
9 "Bus The Two Of Us" Bloo notices after a trip to the grocery store that Frankie has left the keys in the bus and decides to take Mac, Spongebob and Patrick for a joyride in the Foster's bus. Wilt, Coco, and Goo promise to keep it a secret, much to Wilt's disconcern. December 14, 2001
10 "Mickey Mouse Gets Cancelled" While buying a Krabby Patty at the Krusty Krab, Wilt witnesses a robbery perpetrated by a man believed to be Mickey Mouse, host of "The Mickey Mouse Club/The House Of Mouse", Bloo And Mac's favorite program. Mickey is sent to jail and his show is taken over by his assistant, Bendy. Bloo and Mac are certain Mickey is innocent and gathers evidence to support his claim, which he takes to "Mickey's best friend", Bendy. Bloo realizes the robbery was actually committed by Bendy, who was trying to frame Mickey. Bendy is arrested and Mickey thanks Bloo for saving him. December 21, 2001
11A "Band Blues" January 17, 2002
11B "Cookie Dough" When Foster's needs a new roof, Bloo bakes up a plan to sell Madame Foster's amazing cookies after his first attempt at selling lemonade in the middle of winter fails. When they finally get enough money to buy a new roof, Bloo gets a "little" carried away, but this craziness further becomes bigger as he wants to become rich and make all the imaginary friends his servants. Meanwhile, Frankie eats all the cookies she can find, for she's crazy for them. (The ending credits briefly show that she's gotten fat from her near constant eating.)
12a "Just Set Up The Goddamn Chairs" When Bloo and Mac are assigned to set up chairs for a birthday party, they choose to play an old arcade game instead. January 24, 2002
12b "House Expense" After sneaking money from Mr. Herriman's safe into his room in the residence, Bloo decides to use the money he stole to add upgrades to Foster's, leading to disarray and Herriman going into poverty (compared to his money prior to Bloo stealing it). How will the issue be fixed? November 5, 2001
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13 "Make Believe It Or Not" In her sleep, Goo accidentally creates all the villain characters from a make believe game that she had helped out on while the power was out at the home during a thunderstorm, who then imprison Mac and Bloo at the home. Now, the gang must finish the game to save their friends. January 31, 2002
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14 "Frankie and Jenny Vs. The Monorail" After Bendy is caught storing his excess nuclear waste inside Toonvile Park's trees, he is ordered to pay the town $3 million. The town is originally set to agree to fix Main Street, but the charismatic Tex Avery interrupts and convinces the town to use the money to buy one of his monorails. The town embraces the suggestion and Bloo is hired as the conductor. The only ones remaining not so pleased about the whole situation are Frankie and Jenny, who discovers suspicious evidence and visits a town that had previously purchased one of Avery's monorails. they discover that Tex Avery is indeed a con man and rushes back to town. However, they arrive too late and the monorail has begun to operate, but Bloo is then advised to use an anchor to stop the train, thus saving the passengers. February 7, 2002 This episode is Tex Avery's first major role. This episode was planned to be about Frankie and Jenny trying to stop the Toonville Airways, but due to 9/11 the episode was rewritten. A remade version of the original episode exists with the airway theme intact.

Original version.

15 "North by North Toonville" Bloo decides to take Jenny on a second vacation. But when things go awry, they end up posing as a famous actor/director to stay in the hotel suite of Shelbysville celebrity, Norm, who is really Rob Schneider in a polar bear costume. There. they inadvertently discover a copy of "Norm Of The North 2: Keys To The Kingdom." Bloo and Jenny attempt to destroy the film and end up in a high-speed chase with Norm, Bendy, and the Flushed Toons, all of which are hell-bent on saving the movie. As Bloo buries the film in a cornfield, Jenny is kidnapped by Norm's associates, who want the film in return. Bloo exchanges the film reel for Jenny on the top of Mount Rushmore. As they are about to leave, Norm discovers that Bloo has replaced the film with Funny Money Bunny The Mummy Movie, leading to a chase that ends at Mount Rushmore. Norm eventually falls off the mountain, and Bloo and Jenny have intercourse on the face of the mountain. Meanwhile, when Wilt is caught and is accused of drinking alcohol by Jeffy, Mr. Herriman, Frankie and Mac attempt to reveal his bad behavior to Mario, Jeffy's father, but Mario rejects this. Then, they both put drugs in Jeffy's locker, resulting in Jeffy's arrest. February 14, 2002
16 "Bloo Wars" When Bloo finds out a Star Wars film is coming out, him, Mac, Wilt, Eduardo, Coco, Frankie, Spongebob, Mr. Krabs, go to see it. They sneak into the theatre playing the film early, only to notice the projecter wasn’t working. They try fixing the projector, but that sucks them into the Death Star. There, they meet the craziest imaginary friends ever, as the Death Star is filled to the brim with imaginary friends. Bloo and the Foster’s Gang need to help the Rebels and escape the Death Star in time before it explodes and do all of it before the movie plays at the time they were supposed to arrive. 

Meanwhile, Patrick tries going to the film with the gang, but he can’t because he’s so dumb he can’t take in the events of the movie. Patrick hangs out with Madame Foster, Mr. Herriman, Never-Leave Steve and the rest of the characters and friends living at the home. 

May 4, 2002
17A "Pinkeye" Cheese is killed by the Mir space station and becomes a zombie. This goes unnoticed as he is thought to have dressed up for Halloween. The citizens who get bitten become zombies but instead are diagnosed with pinkeye. October 18, 2001
17B "Frankie My Dear" rankie is left neck-deep in paperwork when she wants to go out with her friends on Friday night, so Mac tells her he'll file the paperwork for her. Overjoyed by this, Frankie calls him "the best" and kisses him on the cheek. Mac then develops a huge crush on Frankie, and later, Bloo does too. The two start competing for her love the next day as Frankie is unusually happy about the previous night, mentioning how she met the man of her dreams. Soon they realize her unnamed suitor is neither of them, and Mac and Bloo become jealous, trying 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. Mac, Bloo, Prince Charming, and Chris form a team- and a master plan to get Frankie's new boyfriend. February 14, 2002
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17C "Bye Bye Nerdy" After beating Mac's high score in a video game, Bloo goes to rub it in his face at school, but is horrified when he comes to the conclusion that Mac is a nerd. When Mac arrives, Bloo quickly works to make Mac cool, but none of their ideas work. Just as Mac says he doesn't care about being cool, the coolest kid in the school, Jamez Withazee tells him that the fact that he doesn't want to be cool, makes him cool, and invites him to 'The Rock.' Since Mac takes up this offer and is not at Foster's at 3 o' clock, Mr. Herriman is very quick to ensure that Bloo gets adopted. February 28, 2002
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18 "Pranks for Nothing" A plethura of termites runs amok in Foster's, so Mr. Herriman puts the residents in a hotel overnight, and Bloo and the others friends ensue in a prank war. March 1, 2002
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19a "Ticket to Rod" Bloo, Mac, Frankie and others are tangled up in a chaotic series of events when Frankie wins tickets to the premiere of a new action movie starring Rod Tango. March 5, 2002
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19b "Mac, Bloo and 'Zilla" On October 27, 2001, Godzilla threatened the town of Toonville, leading to a town-wide hysteria. Bloo and Mac vow to save the town anyway they can while the town comes up with tactics to protect themselves. Will the town be saved, or will it be destroyed? March 8, 2002


20 "The Big Picture" The residents prepare for the annual house photo. Meanwhile, Bloo, Mac and Goo search for an answer behind a weird photo of Foster's taken years ago, Eduardo gets an "extreme makeover" from Duchess, Coco realizes she needs to lose weight and Wilt has trouble being in the house photo without getting his head cut out from the banner. March 13, 2002
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21 "Land Of The Flea" When Eduardo gets fleas from his puppy, he becomes discontent as the fleas are driving him mad. However, despite the way he feels, he decides to keep the fleas on him because they’re his friends; though Frankie and Mr. Herriman want none of it and they decide to go to drastic lengths to get the fleas removed. Meanwhile, Bloo wants to get some fleas of his own and he does anything possible in order to attempt to get Eduardo to share them. March 22, 2002
22 "The Trouble With Scribbles" Bloo finds out about a door in the home that everyone is forbidden to open. As he asks around about the door, no one tells him what is inside of it. However, in the middle of the night, Bloo finally opens the door, and releases imaginary friends called scribbles. The scribbles are natural hard-workers that begin to work around the house, making everyone lazy. March 22, 2002
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23 "Deep Space Bloo" NASA decides they need to hire average joes in order to get higher television ratings. They recruit Bloo, SpongeBob, Cartman, Wilt and Shrek to train to be the first average shmucks in space. Bloo wins the training award and goes into space. There, chaos ensues once Bloo accidentally breaks the shuttle's hatch. April 5, 2002
24 "Tom and Jerry Land" The Foster’s Gang convince Mr. Herriman and Frankie to take a vacation at the newly opened Tom & Jerry Land. The vacation seems to be going well until Bloo, Mac, Shrek, and Cartman are both apprehended by the park security for assaulting a staff member dressed in a Jerry suit. Dr. Doofenshmirtz realizes that all of the park's Tom & Jerry robots will turn on their masters; an event which proves true as a horde of Tom & Jerry robots advances on The Foster's Gang. Bloo throws everything he can at them, before discovering that a camera's flash destroys the robots. The gang takes more cameras from a gift shop and defeat the Tom & Jerry army. William Hanna and Joseph Barbera thank them, and The Foster’s Gang agree that it was the best vacation they had. May 4, 2002

Season 3 (2002-03) 

No. in season Title Original airdate
1 "Hiccy Burp" September 30, 2002
2A "Band Blues" October 7, 2002
2B "Jenny's Diary" October 7, 2002
3A "A Bunch Of Angry Birds" October 14, 2002
3B "The Camping Episode" October 14, 2002
4 "Headhunters" October 21, 2002
5A "Jaws" November 4, 2002
5B "Batman II: The Bat Signal" November 4, 2002
6 "The Inconveniencing" November 11, 2002
7A "The Thing" November 18, 2002
7B "This Is My Jam" November 18, 2002
8 "Bloogeist" December 9, 2002
9 "Emancipation Complication" December 16, 2002
10 "Foster's Work Ethic Video" February 3, 2003
11 "Perfect Castaway" February 10, 2003
12 "Hostile Makeover" February 17, 2003
13 "TBA" February 24, 2003
14 "Not Funny" March 17, 2003
15 "Babysitting the Bad Guys" March 31, 2003
16 "Neighborhood Wash" April 14, 2003
17 "The Buck Swaps Here" April 28, 2003
18 "Wilt Goes Back to College" May 5, 2003
19 TBA May 12, 2003
20 "Bloo vs. Mac" May 19, 2003

Season 4 (2003-2004)

No. in season Title Original airdate
1 "Say Hello to One-Eyed" September 24, 2003
2 "Wilt's Birthday" October 1, 2003
3 "Fools And Regulations" November 3, 2003
4 "Cuckoo for Coco Cards" November 10, 2003
5 "Shrek and Digital" November 17, 2003
6 "Out to Launch" November 24, 2003
7 "Bloo Gets Lost" April 5, 2004
8A "Video Game Wizard" December 15, 2003
8B "1 Plus 1" December 15, 2003
9 "Double Mac" January 12, 2004
10A "Cool Bikes" January 19, 2004
10B "Weekend at Frankie's" January 19, 2004
11 "FTV" February 16, 2004
12 "The Rip-Off Artist" February 23, 2004
13 "Cartoon Wars" March 1, 2004
14 "Bloo Gets a Card" March 8, 2004
15 "Thirty Minutes Over Tokyo" March 15, 2004
16 "Let’s Get Famous" March 29, 2004
17 "Bloo the Great" April 5, 2004
18 "The Bad Nanny" April 19, 2004
19 "Who Shot Bendy?" May 3, 2004

Season 5 (2004-2005)

No. in season Title Original airdate
1 "Who Shot Bendy? Part 2" October 4, 2004
2 "Theh Story Off Squidwarrrxxxx" October 11, 2004
3 "The Ripoff Artist" November 8, 2004
4 "Theh Story off Parttwoxxxxxxxxx" November 22, 2004
5 "Squeeze The Day" December 1, 2004
6 "Schlock Star" December 6, 2004
7 "The Foster Vs Bendy Olympic Games" January 10, 2005
8 "Every Day’s A Good Day At Unfriendly’s" January 17, 2005
9 "The Great Bendy Detective" January 24, 2005
10 "Super Bloo" January 31, 2005
11 ”Whodunnothing” February 14, 2005
12 "BlooJ's Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends Musical Cliptastic Countdown" February 21, 2005
13 "Bloo's Got Woods" February 28, 2005
14 "Cartoon Wars II" March 7, 2005
15 “Squeakerboxxx” March 14, 2005
16 "Rude, Crude, and Tattooed" March 21, 2005
17 "Bloo's Daughter" April 4, 2005
18 "Bad News, Jenny" April 18, 2005
19 "Son of a Witch" May 9, 2005
20 "Bendy Kills Jenny (Part 1)" May 16, 2005
21 "Jenny Kills Bendy (Part 2) May 23, 2005

Season 6 (2005–2006)

No. in season Title Original airdate
1 "100th Episode Celebration" September 26, 2005
2 "Little Kid Big City" October 10, 2005
3 "Fargones and Bygones" October 17, 2005
4 "The Mr. Godfather" November 7, 2005
5 "Mac Loves Jenny" November 21, 2005
6-7 "Animation Wars" November 25, 2005
7 "Squeeze The Day 2: Lost in Walt Disney World" December 1, 2005
8 "Cartoon Wars III" January 12, 2006
9 "Scrapbook" January 19, 2006
10 "Girls Do Cry" January 26, 2006
11 "Love And The Such" February 2, 2006
12 "What the Bell" February 9, 2006
13 "Badvertisment" February 16, 2006
14 "Sad, Sad Jenny" February 23, 2006
15 "Bloo's Brothers" March 2, 2006
16 "Better Off Ed" March 9, 2006
17 "Dial Jenny for Murder" March 23, 2006
18 "Coco’s First Word" April 6, 2006
19 "Let Your Hare Down" April 13, 2006
20 "Who Let The Dogs Upstairs?" April 20, 2006
21 "Gateway to the Good God" April 27, 2006

Season 7 (2006–2007)

No. overall No. in season Title Original airdate
121 1 "Adoptcalypse Now" September 23, 2006
122 2 "Cartoon Wars IV" September 28, 2006
123 3 "The Mockbuster" October 5, 2006
124 4 "Prank Yankers" September 27, 2006
125 5 "22 Short Films About Toonville" November 16, 2006
126 6 "The Big Cheese" September 23, 2006
127 7 "Mr. God the Unfriendly Ghost" January 11, 2007
128 8 "Cartoon Wars V" January 25, 2007
129 9 "Deep Dive" February 1, 2007
130 10 "All Dogs Go to Hell" February 15, 2007
131 11 "Bloo on the Road" February 22, 2007
132 12 "Challenge Of The Superfriends" March 15, 2007
133 13 "Bloo-assment" April 12, 2007
134 14 "The Inconveniencing: Two" April 19, 2007
135 15 "Errorsmatic" April 26, 2007

Season 8 (2007–2008)

On January 8, 2008, The Bloo DeTour chose to cancel the rest of season 8 due to the Writers Guild Strike of America, meaning that it only had 9 episodes. This is the shortest season of the series.

No. overall No. in season Title Original airdate
136 1 "Don't Try to Force Me" September 27, 2007
137 2 "Cartoon Wars VI" October 4, 2007
138 3 "Bloo After Dark" October 11, 2007
139 4 "Digital Girl" November 8, 2007
140 5 "Give Pizza A Chance" November 15, 2007
141 6 "The Little Peas" November 22, 2007
142 7 "Road to the Multiverse" November 29, 2007
143 8 "The Toonville Times" December 6, 2007
144 9 "Jenny's Book" December 13, 2007

Season 9 (2008–2009)

No. overall No. in season Title Original airdate
145 1 "The Chronicles of Kirby" September 25, 2008
146 2 "Penpal" October 9, 2008
147 3 "Cheese-A-Go-Go" October 16, 2008
148 4 "The Cartridge Guys" November 6, 2008
149 5 "Cartoon Wars VII" November 13, 2008
150 6 "Krix" November 27, 2008
151 7 "Dude, Where's My Cartoon?" December 11, 2008
152 8 "Snaggo System I Leg" January 8, 2009
153 9 "Krusty Krab Mystery" January 15, 2009
154 10 "Up & Down" January 29, 2009
155 11 "The Big One" February 12, 2009
156 12 "Cheese A Go-Go" February 19, 2009
157 13 "The Last Unicycle" March 5, 2009
158 14 "Gasper: the Crappy Ghost" March 19, 2009
159 15 "The Foster's Roadside Television Event" April 9, 2009
160 16 "The Bloo Superdude and the Magic Potato of Power!" April 16, 2009
161 17 "Setting A President" May 2, 2009
162 18 "Into The Dreams" June 12, 2009
163 19 "Villains Rise" June 19, 2009

Season 10 (2009–2010)

No. overall No. in season Title Original airdate
164 1 "Welcome to Realityville"
165 2 "Take Back The Cartoons!"
166 3 "Rebuilding Day"
167 4 "Tea Bloo" September 26, 2009
168 5 "The Bloo Superdude and the Great Creator of Everything's Awesome Ceremony of Fun That He's Not Invited To" October 10, 2009
169 6 "Lauren Is Exploring" October 17, 2009
170 7 "Nightmare on Wilson Way" October 24, 2009
171 8 "Padre De Azuul" November 7, 2009
172 9 "Sad, Sad, Sad Jenny" November 14, 2009
173 10 "Black and White" November 28, 2009
174 11 "Cartoon Wars VIII" December 5, 2009
175 12 "Pink Elephants on Parade" January 23, 2010
176 13 "Bloo's Two Dads" February 10, 2010
177 14 "BlooJ's Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends Viewer Mail No. 1" February 24, 2010
178 15 "Bloo the Mayor" March 3, 2010
179 16 "Foster's Fair" April 21, 2010
180 17 "Race For Your Life, Mac and Bloo!" May 5, 2010
181 18 "All Zapped Up" May 12, 2010
182 19 "The Chronicles of Kirby 2: Kirbyless in Seattle" May 19, 2010
183 20 "Jackie Khones and the One-Eyed Cactus Cat" May 20, 2010

Season 11 (2010–2011)

No. overall No. in season Title Original airdate
184 1 "Frankie the Mother" September 29, 2010
185 2 "Who's Killing the Muppets?" October 13, 2010
186 3 "Cartoon Wars IX" October 20, 2010
187 4 "Jenny the Princess" November 3, 2010
188 5 "Diary" November 10, 2010
189 6 "Jackie Khone and the Frauds of Crazy Blake the Milkshake" November 24, 2010
185 7 "Pranks and Greens" December 1, 2010
186 8 "The Big Dang Theory" December 8, 2010
187 9 "Smurfatar" December 15, 2010
188 10 "Frankie Smokes" January 19, 2011
189 11 "Not All Imaginary Friends Go To Heaven" January 26, 2011
190 12 "All About Frankie" February 9, 2011
191 13 "Girls with Guns" February 23, 2011
192 14 "Cartoon Wars XIX" March 16, 2011
193 15 "Grand Theft Jenny" April 6, 2011
194 16 "Ren McCormack" April 13, 2011
195 17 "Fruity Tales" May 18, 2011

Season 12 (2011–2012)

No. overall No. in season Title Original airdate
196 1 "Codename: Lucas M. Soares’ BlooJ’s Foster’s Home for GrimBirds and X’s Next Door" September 21, 2011
197 2 "Or Else" October 19, 2011
198 3 "One False Movie" November 2, 2011
199 4 "Jackie Khones and the Crazy Coconut of Doom" November 9, 2011
200 5 "200 Episodes Later" November 16, 2011
201 6 "New and Improved BlooJ's Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends" November 23, 2011
202 7 "Christmas Crisis" December 14, 2011
203 8 "Bloo Tube" January 18, 2012
204 9 "Saev Teh Ainmals!" January 25, 2012
205 10 "Going Gaga" February 8, 2012
206 11 "Crazy Bus The Motion Picture" February 22, 2012
207 12 "Krix: The Movie" March 14, 2012
208 13 "Who Framed Bloo Kazoo?" March 21, 2012
209 14 "The Downfall" April 25, 2012
210 15 "The Downfall: Double Down" May 16, 2012

Season 13 (2012–2013)

No. overall No. in season Title Original airdate
211 1 "Cartoon Wars XX" September 12, 2012
212 2 "Frankie On Drugs" September 26, 2012
213 3 "Big Red Terror" October 3, 2012
214 4 "Snoopy's Sleep Habits" October 17, 2012
215 5 "Nightmare on Wilson Way II" October 24, 2012
216 6a "Jackie Khone And The Spanish Girl With A Monkey" November 7, 2012
217 6b "Jackie Khone And The Quest For Johnny Quasar" November 14, 2012
218 7 "Mac Goes for a Drive" November 28, 2012
219 8 "Charlie Brown the Gangster" December 3, 2012
220 9 “Jackie Khones and the Case of the Overdue

Library Crook”

December 10, 2012
221 10 "How I Get Your Mother" December 17, 2012
222 11 "Imposter’s Home For Um... Make ’Em Up Pals" February 18, 2013
223 12 "Destination: Imagination" February 25, 2013

Season 14 (2013–2014)

No. overall No. in season Title Original airdate
224 1 "I Have Only Suprise For You" September 30, 2013
225 2 "Everyone Knows It's Bendy" October 14, 2013
226 3 "A Sight For Sore Eyes" October 21, 2013
227 4 "Road Trip 2: Electric Boogaloo" November 11, 2013
228 5 "Dinner is Swerved Again" November 25, 2013
229 6 "A Lost Claus" December 16, 2013
230 7 "Underrated Bloo" January 13, 2014
231 8 "15 Crappy Stories To Tell In The Dark... Or Oh Forget It" January 20, 2014
232 9 "Reputation Video" January 27, 2014
233 10 "The Other Home" February 5, 2014
234 11 "Cartoon Wars XXI" February 12, 2014
235 12 "BlooJ's Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends Viewer Mail No. 2" February 26, 2014
236 13 "Big Fat House Party" March 5, 2014
237 14 "PlayStation 4" March 19, 2014
238 15 "Camp Keep A Good Mac Down" March 26, 2014
239 16 "Smoke on the Son" April 2, 2014
240 17 "So Much Cheese!" April 9, 2014
241 18 “Mondo Coco” April 23, 2014
242 19 "Jackie Khones And The Case Of The Nothing's Interesting Party" May 14, 2014

Season 15 (2014-2015)

No. Overall No. In season Episode Date
243 1 "Century 16 12:30" August 12, 2014
244 2 "Jaws" August 26, 2014
245 3 "Chapter 11" September 1, 2014
246 4 "The Lost Episode" September 3, 2014
247 5 "Jackie Khone And The Chase For The Super Duper Secret Flavor Of The Cookie That Nobody Really Cares About" September 8, 2014
248 6 "FANDOM-Lorian"

September 15, 2014

249 7 "There's A Big Party Going On In The House, But It Seems Out Of Place" September 22, 2014
250 8 "Chive Like Your Kids Live Here" September 29, 2014

Season 16 (2015-2016)

Note: The reason why Season 16 didn't come out until a year after Season 15 ended is because of the #SaveFoster's Campaign.

No. overall No. in season Title Original airdate
286 1 "The Cereal Box" September 27, 2015
287 2 "Nightmare on Wilson Way V" October 2, 2015
288 3 "Lime's Up" November 4, 2015
289 4 "Road to Japan" November 11, 2015
290 5 "Wash My Ears" December 2, 2015
291 6 "2763 Miles from Home" January 20, 2016
292 7 "To Bloo or To Oolb" January 27, 2016
293 8 "The Nintendo 3DS World" March 2, 2016
294 9 "Bloo Done It" March 9, 2016
295 10 "Title Pun" March 16, 2016
296 11 "House Discussion" March 23, 2016
297 12 "Bad Hygiene" April 6, 2016
298 13 "Town and Out" April 13, 2016
299 14 "Company Picnic" April 27, 2016
300 15 "Blacha Life" May 4, 2016
301 16 "Field Tournament Style Up and Down On the Ground Manja Flanja Blanja Banja Ishka Bibble Babble Flabble Doma Roma Floma Boma Jingle Jangle Every Angle Bricka Bracka Flacka Stacka Two Ton Rerun Free for All Big Ball" May 18, 2016

Season 17 (2016–2017)

No. overall No. in season Title Original airdate
302 1 "Toonville and Townsville vs. The Town of Shelbysville" September 28, 2016
303 2 "Bright Light Might" October 5, 2016
304 3 "Nightmare on Wilson Way VI" October 12, 2016
305 4 "Pooh's Adventures of Foster's Home For Imaginary Friends: The Ripoff Artist Sequel" November 9, 2016
306 5 "Road to Hawaii" November 11, 2016
307 6 "Something Old, Something Bloo" November 25, 2016
308 7 "Mass to Energy" November 30, 2016
309 8 "Nightastic!" December 7, 2016
310 9 "Ces A Emmig" December 14, 2016
311 10 "Ces A Emmig 2: Gimme A Sec" January 11, 2017
312 11 "Deception Desk" January 18, 2017
313 12 "The Mushroom" January 25, 2017

Season 18 (2017–18)

No. overall No. in season Title Original air date
314a 1a "Team Home" October 1, 2017
314b 1b "A Moment of Silence"
315 2 "The BlooJ's Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends Super Bloopers Show!" October 8, 2017
316 3 "Nightmare on Wilson Way VII" October 13, 2017
317 4 "Bad to The Phone" November 10, 2017
318 5 "Bloo York" November 12, 2017
319 6 "Cyberload" November 19, 2017
320 7 "An Execution For All" December 3, 2017
321 8 "A Holiday Character So Alluring" December 10, 2017
322 9 "Cycle of Tropes" January 14, 2018
323 10 "Welcome To Shelbysville" March 18, 2018
324 11 "The Baking Games" March 25, 2018
325 12 "Pimp My Bendy" April 22, 2018
326 13-14 "Planet Loser" April 29, 2018
327 15 "Middleville" May 6, 2018
328 16 "Foster's Magazine" May 13, 2018
329 17 "Bloo and Mac's Excellent Adventure" May 20, 2018

Season 19a (2018–19)

No. overall No. in season Title Original air date
330a 1a "Cartman's Revenge" September 30, 2018
330b 1b "Account Loss"
331 2 "Barg-N-Mart Buys" October 7, 2018
332 3 "Hair Today, Gone Tommorow" October 14, 2018
333 4 "Nightmare on Wilson Way VIII" October 21, 2018
334 5 "Fool Wars!" November 4, 2018
335 6 "No Free Rides" November 9, 2018
336 7 "A Real Crisis That Will (Possibly) Happen" November 18, 2018
337 8 "It's Fandoguy!" December 2, 2018
338 9 "Friend Creation Randomizer" December 9, 2018
339a 10a "Detective Frankie" January 13, 2019
339b 10b "Drawing Bored"
340 11 "Planet Loser: Sector 2a" February 10, 2019
341 12 "Downtown Mac" February 17, 2019
342 13 "Three Buckets of the Boys" March 3, 2019
343 14 "Team Home 2" March 10, 2019
344 15 "Mobile Badvertisment" March 24, 2019
345 16 "Failure Adventures" March 31, 2019

Season 19b (2019)

No. overall No. in season Title Original airdate
346 "Eddie Monster" July 5, 2019
347 "Top House" July 12, 2019
348 "Odd Job" July 19, 2019
348b "Fruit Salad" July 19, 2019
349 "A Chore Thing" July 26, 2019
350a "Troublemakers, Get

Yourself Grounded Yeah!"

August 2, 2019
350b "Team Home 3.5.x" August 2, 2019
351 "Planet Loser: Sector 2b" August 16, 2019
352 "Unintentional Censorship" August 23, 2019

Season 20 (2019–20)

No. overall No. in season Title  Original air date 
353 1 "Better Off Ed" September 29, 2019
354 2 "Planet Loser: Sector 2c and 2Boss" October 6, 2019
355 3 "Hide and Bloo Seek" October 13, 2019
366a 4a "Petrified Pet" October 18, 2019
366b 4b "Truth or Stare"
367 5 "Birthday Cake Bloos" November 10, 2019
368 6 "Hoteldays" November 17, 2019
369 7 "Pink Elephants II: The Seven-Beer Itch" November 24, 2019
370 8 "Affair Weather Friends" December 15, 2019
371 9 "Beat With A Schtick" January 12, 2020
372 10 "Team Home 3: Paintbloo" January 24, 2020
373a 11a "Blot Trade" January 24, 2020
373b 11b "Board of Imitation" January 24, 2020
373c 11c "We Wilt This City" January 24, 2020
373d 11d "The Random Of The Opera" January 24, 2020
374a 12a "Say It Isn't Sew" January 25, 2020
374b 12b "Bad Dare Day" January 25, 2020
374a 12a "The Bloo Superdude In A Smaller Shorter Adventure" January 31, 2020
374b 12b "Bloo's The Boss" January 31, 2020
374c 12c "Read 'Em And Weep" January 31, 2020
375 13 "Driving Miss Crazy" February 14, 2020
376 14 "Infernal Slumber" February 21, 2020
377 15 "Neighbor Pains" March 1, 2020
378 16 "Clear Bloo Water" March 8, 2020
379-380 17-18 "Nightmare on Wilson Way IX" March 15, 2020
381 19 "D'oh Lie To Me" March 15, 2020
382 20 "Planet Loser: Sector 3" March 22, 2020

Season 21 (2020-21)

No. overall No. in season Title  Original air date 
383 1 "Bloo's Big Birthday Blowout" August 15, 2020
384 2a "The Last King of Nowhere" September 18, 2020
385 2b "Raid the Neighborhood"
386 3 "Where the Boys Run Away" September 25, 2020
387 4 "Wilt Quits" September 26, 2020
388 5 "The Good, the Bloo, and the Ugly" October 2, 2020
389 6 "Nightmare on Wilson Way Ultimate" October 30, 2020
390 7 "Foster's Goes to New York" November 9, 2020
391-392 8 "Planet Loser: Sector 3?: Schindler's Twist" November 27, 2020
393 9 "The Villain Among Us" November 13, 2020
394 10 "A South American Christmas" December 2020

Home media

Season Episodes Title DVD release date
Region 1 Region 2 Region 4 Discs
1 23 1 September 9, 2003 July 21, 2003 October 20, 2003 4
2 24 2 June 8, 2004 August 2, 2004 October 20, 2004
3 14 3 September 7, 2004 May 2, 2005 February 21, 2005 2
4 19 4 December 21, 2004 November 28, 2005 April 24, 2006
5 April 12, 2005
The Complete Fourth Season July 10, 2012 N/A N/A 3
5 22 6 March 21, 2006 October 30, 2006 October 12, 2006 2
7 August 29, 2006
The Complete Fifth Season July 10, 2012 N/A N/A 4
6 18 8 March 6, 2007 October 15, 2007 October 13, 2007 2
9 August 21, 2007
The Complete Sixth Season July 10, 2012 N/A N/A 3
7 25 10 August 12, 2008 June 22, 2009 October 9, 2008 4
8 11 11 March 10, 2009 October 19, 2009 September 30, 2009 2
9 21 12 March 16, 2010 September 27, 2010 October 5, 2010 3
10 22 13 December 6, 2011 January 10, 2012 November 2, 2011 4
11 20 14 March 27, 2012 July 2, 2012 July 18, 2012
12 18 15 September 24, 2013 October 21, 2013 September 18, 2013 3
13 12 16 September 16, 2014 October 20, 2014 September 22, 2014 2
14 17 17 October 6, 2015 November 2, 2015 November 12, 2015 3
15 18 18 September 6, 2016 November 7, 2016 November 2, 2016
16 16 19 June 13, 2017 November 6, 2017 November 1, 2017
17 12 20 June 5, 2018 September 17, 2018 October 17, 2018 2
18 16 21 May 28, 2019 September 16, 2019 July 10, 2019 3
19 16 22 2020 2020 2020


  • The title of Divide and Conquer is a play on the term of the same name, in which dividing means cloning, and conquering means defeating.
  • Band Blues is the most loved episode of the series.
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