Where There's a Wilt, Theres a Way (Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends)

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Where There's a Wilt, Theres a Way (Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends)
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When there’s a right, there’s a wrong...
Part of Season: 2
Episode Number: 3a
Air Date: February 4, 2005
Writer: Craig Lewis
Director: Randy Meyers
Previous episode: The Big Lablooski
Next episode: Everyone Knows It's Bendy


Where There's a Wilt, There's a Way is an episode from the second season of Foster’s Home for Imaginary Friends.

Summary

There is a big game on TV and Wilt's exited to watch it. However, Bloo runs out of chips, so Wilt decides to get him more, but gets into a mess when the residents of Foster’s keep asking him for help.

Bad Qualities

  1. After Bloo runs out of chips, he asks Wilt to get him more. When Wilt does near the end of the episode, Bloo smashes the chips, claiming that they aren't his favorite.
  2. As stated in the summary, it’s the infamous running gag of everyone asking Wilt for help without even letting poor Wilt say otherwise. This is a pretty lazy idea for a premise in a cartoon, especially one that has a colorful and creative art style.
  3. The scene were Wilt gets arrested when he delivered pizza makes no sense.
  4. Whenever Wilt does something for his friends, they eat the chips without even asking if it's ok to eat the chips.
  5. Plot holes:
    • Why can't Bloo just ask Mac to get him chips instead of Wilt?
    • Why didn't Wilt just ask the person he's helping to get chips for Bloo while he's helping out that person?
  6. The residents of Foster’s asking for help is arbitrary. An example is someone wanting Wilt to decorate for the holidays.
  7. Bloo and the Foster’s residents (as in the ones who eats up Wilt's chips) never get punished for their actions.
  8. Cruel ending where Wilt misses the big game on TV, and Bloo tricks him into getting more chips.
  9. It was paired up with another bad episode, Everyone Knows It's Bendy.

Good Qualities

  1. Wilt himself is still a tolerable character.
  2. There are a few funny moments, such as the ending were Wilt spouts "no" multiple times.
  3. The scene were Wilt and Eduardo had a talk about learning how to say no is well written.
  4. Bloo eventually gets his karma in the next episode.
  5. At least, it isn't bad as the next episode.

Comments


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Deepthroat Ghoul

6 months ago
Score 1
Wilt says that this is the first time he has even said "no", but he has actually said it in numerous episodes prior to this one.
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Augustborn1996

6 months ago
Score 2
Good point.

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