|World Wide Wabbit|
|Episode name pun on: The World Wide Web|
(AKA: the Internet)
|Airdate:||September 17, 2004|
"Dinner is Swerved"
"World Wide Wabbit" is the 8th episode of Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends.
SPOILER: Plot details follow.
Frankie is working on the new Foster's website. Mac and Bloo are watching her, apparently awe-stricken. When Mr. Herriman enters the room to tell Frankie that she is neglecting her picture-straightening chores, she needs to leave; Mac and Bloo are given a video camera with which they can make reviews of the adoptees to help them find a home. However, Bloo makes fun of the majority of the adoptees being interviewed, a frustrating Mac as he now believes they failed at their task.
As Mac moves on to interview Herriman is Madame Foster's friend, this episode reveals how old they both are. Mr. Herriman is not pleased. For example when he hears that it's on the "file," he goes in the file cabinet.
Spoilers end here.
- Duchess makes a cameo in this episode as her body is seen walking by when Mac and Bloo are hiding after filming the footage, and her face wasn't seen.
- This is the earlier update of Frankie without strings of hair hanging over her ears. Strangely, the strings reappeared in the next episode, "Berry Scary", then disappeared later in "Who Let the Dogs In?", then reappeared in "Adoptcalypse Now". According to the production code, this is the 10th episode made. "Who Let the Dogs In?" is the 13th episode and the last made for season one, as the hair strings are completely removed, considering that her official update.
- Sounds from Windows 98-ME appear in this episode. chimes.wav is the most played sound in the episode.