@zac bagans, Quick! Someone come up with a counter statement before our last bit of childhood is forever stained!
@Good Guy Satan, uhh.....Maybe it's just the uniform for all human workers in the foster home? Like so the imaginary friends can easily spot a worker in the large home?! I don't know i just don't want our childhoods ruined!!!
@SweetSmiles, That's probably as close as anyone else will get. Goodbye last shred of childhood innocence...
@Good Guy Satan, Well, Frankie never had any imaginary friends of her own. She never wanted to go to college or find a career, she just volunteered there. Fvck, i made it worse.
@Good Guy Satan, well the first episode states that Mr Harrington (funny bunny) was Madame foster's imaginary friend, and it was stated multiple times through the show (first episode again) that Frankie is her grand daughter not imaginary friend. Soooo dark myth busted?
@zac bagans, madam foster is getting old and they never mentioned her children. She needed an heir to look after the place when she died. Mr Harriman (shjt it's been so long was that his name?) was great at the managerial stuff but didn't have the heart to care for everyone like madam foster did. That's why she needed another friend to watch after her life's work. Or Frankie is imagining the whole thing and it's all just a snow globe.
@Good Guy Satan, Wasn't there that episode where they open up the locked room filled with all those scribbles that Frankie imagined as a baby?
@Aww Heck, there you go. I think it was proven in the show at one point imaginary friends could not create imaginary friends.
@Good Guy Satan, not really a counterstatement but what if they made a live action version of this?
@grayhome, We do not speak of the snow globe
@Kyocera, I just read why we don't talk about the snow globe. Based on that, perhaps it was actually Frankie imagining Foster.
@Berntley, What did I just say. We dont speak of that evil
@Kyocera, It's ok. I'm sure Foster WAS real. At some point. In the past. So Frankie is just remembering her.
Hey, Frankie being imaginary is still less childhood wrecking than her being a nonverbal autistic and everyone else being HER imaginary friends.
That...... that totally actually makes sense. Anyone want to try to expand??
@FullMetalAlcoholist, this makes more sense than Frankie imagining everything
@FullMetalAlcoholist, Then did Madame Foster also imagine Mac to keep Bloo in check?
Have you guys seen the comic that shows Frankie holding a snow globe and inside the snow globe is the foster house and Frankie is shown to have some type of mental illness. So basically, the whole world is imaginary and it is Frankie's creation.
@LeRon James, yes
DON'T WORRY GUYS I checked and Frankie is a really person our childhoods are gonna be fine
@spelcheck , but what if all of it is imaginary so anything is possible? Oh no did I break it?
But hey! That's just a theory...
*flips through the storyline dictionary* checks out
That explains why she didn't have an imaginary friend of her own -takes final step-