This Day in Television History – September 24th, 2004 – Foster’s Home for Imaginary Friends’ “Berry Scary” Airs

A new imaginary friend becomes infatuated with another, one who definitely doesn’t feel the same way about her!

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“Berry Scary” is the 9th episode of the 1st season of the animated series Foster’s Home for Imaginary Friends. Written by Craig Lewis and Meghan McCarthy and directed by Robert Alvarez, it first aired on Cartoon Network on September 24th, 2002. Courtesy: Warner Bros. / Cartoon Network

“Berry Scary” is the 9th episode of the 1st season of the animated series Foster’s Home for Imaginary Friends. Written by Craig Lewis and Meghan McCarthy and directed by Robert Alvarez, it first aired on Cartoon Network on September 24th, 2002.

In the episode, the home takes in a small, seemingly sweet imaginary friend named Berry. But, when she sees Bloo, it’s love at first sight! But, Bloo doesn’t return the feelings–and Berry thinks Bloo’s creator Mac is to blame. So, she tries to separate them, no matter what the cost!

McCarthy, who also worked on other Foster’s episodes, would later be known for her work on My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic and its spinoff Equestria Girls films.

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