|Sight for Sore Eyes|
|Episode name pun on: a way of saying that you are very pleased to see someone or that you think someone is very attractive|
|Airdate:||March 4, 2005|
|Animation director(s):||Robert Alvarez|
"Everyone Knows It's Bendy"
"Sight for Sore Eyes" is the first half of the fourth episode in the second season of Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends and the 17th episode of the series.
SPOILER: Plot details follow.
Spoilers end here.
- Ivan: (while looking for Stevie) Stevie! Stevie! Stevie!
- (Wilt, Eduardo and Coco are in a closet, waiting for Bloo to find them)
- Coco: Co CoCo CoCo Co CoCo CoCo CoCo CoCo CoCo CoCo CoCo Co Co Co Co CoCo! -("You know why I think Bloo hasn't found us yet? He ditched us, that's why!")
- Eduardo: Azul? You think he ditched us?
- Wilt: No, he would never do that to us.
- Coco: Co, CoCo Co! ("Oh yes he would!")
- Wilt: Now, now, Coco. You should have some faith in Bloo.
- Coco: Co, Co Co. ("Okay.")
- (long pause)
- Wilt: HE TOTALLY DITCHED US! I'M SORRY, BUT WHAT A JERK! LET'S GET HIM!
- (Ivan is sitting at the park bench and crying)
- Wilt: (To Ivan) I'm sorry. Are you okay, friend?
- Mac: (To himself, angrily) He totally ditched me! What a jerk! Who needs him?! And who needs Ivan?! That ingrate! I'll just go to the park and find Stevie myself.
- Wilt: See man It's okay. Everything's okay.
- Eduardo: You just need time to heal. Me amigo Azul here was ditched by his kid this morning too ...
- Mac: Ahem! (Staring at the friends)
- Wilt: Well, well, well. If it isn't Ditchy McAbandonpants!
- Mac: What are you talking about? I didn't ditch anybody! Bloo ditched me!
- Bloo: Hey, man. I didn't ditch you. You...
- Wilt: You abandoned Bloo, ran away from him, then got your mean, older brother to throw him in the trash! I'm sorry, but how could you?!
- Mac is wrongly accused of abandoning Bloo. This is the second time since "House of Bloo's" that this has happened.
- It is very out of character for Wilt to just assume Mac abandoned Bloo, especially in the abrasive way he did so.
- Frankie, Mr. Herriman, and Madame Foster do not appear in this episode.
- Stevie is a spoof on Steve Urkel from Family Matters.
- Stevie Wonder - Stevie, a blind, African-American kid, is a reference to singer Stevie Wonder, who is also blind and African-American.