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Mr. Harriman (Character)
from "Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends" (2004)

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"Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends: Partying Is Such Sweet Soiree (#2.1)" (2005)
Mr. Herriman: Master Blooregard, I'll have you know I am sworn to uphold the integrity of this household. I trust you to refrain from your usual numbskull plots and knuckleheaded shenanigans.
Blooregard "Bloo" Q. Kazoo: They're really more like harebrained schemes.
Mr. Herriman: If they were harebrained, they'd be clever.

Blooregard "Bloo" Q. Kazoo: It's not going to work.
Coco: Coco!
Blooregard "Bloo" Q. Kazoo: He's going to know it's you.
[Coco dials phone]
Mr. Herriman: [answers phone on hallway] Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends. Mr. Herriman speaking. How may I assist you?
Coco: Coco cocococo?
Mr. Herriman: Is our refrigerator running? Yes, I do believe it is.
Coco: Coco coco-co!
Mr. Herriman: I shall better go catch it indeed!
[Runs out door]
Blooregard "Bloo" Q. Kazoo: I stand corrected.

Blooregard "Bloo" Q. Kazoo: Uh, we've been robbed? Faulty plumbing? Monsoon season? Winter... windtime?
Mr. Herriman: Looks more like a wild party.
Blooregard "Bloo" Q. Kazoo: Wild party? There was no wild party. Now if you excuse me, I've got to go get my naked friend.


"Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends: Setting a President (#3.12)" (2006)
Eduardo: This is for Frankie. What is two plus three?
Frances 'Frankie' Foster: Uh, five?
Eduardo: Señor Herriman?
Mr. Herriman: Of course it's five, you numbskull.
Eduardo: Azul?
Blooregard 'Bloo' Q. Kazoo: Well, Ed, my opponents say five. But you know what I say? Five is not good enough! I say six, or seven, or even forty-two!

Mac: Bloo, same question. If you were president, what would you change?
Blooregard 'Bloo' Q. Kazoo: [after a long pause] Herriman smells like poo.
[Crowd cheers]
Mr. Herriman: But he's just mudslinging!
[Mr. Herriman is hit in the face with mud]
Mr. Herriman: I should have seen that coming.


"Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends: Who Let the Dogs In? (#1.8)" (2004)
Mr. Herriman: Someone has let loose hounds to destroy me!


"Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends: My So-Called Wife (#2.13)" (2005)
Mr. Herriman: [to his visitor] Ah, Mr. Factor, I presume?
Ben E. Factor: Please, call me Benjamin. Edward... Factor... the Third... Esquire...
[holds up a toothbrush]
Ben E. Factor: D.D.S.


Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends: Destination Imagination (2008) (TV)
Mr. Herriman: Good heavens! What's happening?
Blooregard: You pissed him off! That's what's happening!


"Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends: Adoptcalypse Now (#1.9)" (2004)
Mr. Herriman: Master Mac, Might I ask where are you taking our dear friend Coco?
Mac: To get some clothes.
Mr. Herriman: Clothes?
Mac: Yeah, clothes. She's embarrassed. Coco's nude.
Mr. Herriman: Yes. Well, technically many of our imaginary friends are nude.
Mac: Hey, I guess you're right... Pantsless Joe.
[Mr. Herriman realizes he's nude and covers himself]


"Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends: Land of the Flea (#3.9)" (2005)
Fleas: Stop hitting yourself! Stop hitting yourself!
Mr. Herriman: I cannot stop! They're being ironic by even suggesting that I'm doing it to myself!


"Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends: House of Bloo's (#1.0)" (2004)
Mr. Herriman: "I'll be back." Hmpf! If I had a carrot for each time I've heard that, I'd be a very fat rabbit!


"Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends: Bloo Done It (#2.12)" (2005)
Uncle Pockets: S-Stop looking at me with such disdain. Please, I can explain.
Blooregard "Bloo" Q. Kazoo: No, allow me to explain. It was a dark and stormy night when everyone's favorite Uncle Pockets arrived.
Mr. Herriman: That's preposterous. It was morning and quite sunny.
Blooregard "Bloo" Q. Kazoo: I said, allow *me*.


"Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends: Beat with a Schtick (#2.9)" (2005)
Blooregard "Bloo" Q. Kazoo: Come on, let's spice this up the way I did Taco Night.
Mr. Herriman: That was you? I thought Jolly Buttons...
Blooregard "Bloo" Q. Kazoo: No, me. I just framed Jolly.
Mr. Herriman: We had him deported!
Blooregard "Bloo" Q. Kazoo: I know. He still sends me postcards.
[postcard reads, in cutout letters - "I will get you."]


"Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends: World Wide Wabbit (#1.5)" (2004)
Madame Foster: Aw, you remember. You used to do it when I was a little girl.
Mr. Herriman: You mean...
Mr. Herriman: [starts singing]
Mr. Herriman: Hippity hippity, hoppity hoppity / My tail is quite fluffy, my ears are quite floppity / I sing and I dance and you can't make me stoppity / Said funny bunny to sweet little girl.
Mr. Herriman: Hoppity hoppity, hippity hippity / I'm cute and I'm cuddly and smart as a whippety / Watch and adore as I play and I skippity / Said funny bunny to sweet little girl.
Mr. Herriman: Sprungly, springly, bouncily, trouncily / For allow me to declare, present, and announcily / That I am the head of the Fun Bunny Councily / Said funny bunny to sweet little girl.
Mr. Herriman: Bouncily, trouncily, sprungily, springily / There's no end to the fun 'til you have a wingily / The razzamatazz and the ring-a-ding-dingily / Said funny bunny to sweet little girl.
Mr. Herriman: Hippity hippity, hoppity hoppity / So shall I tell you right now, my sweet little poppity? / Out all of my friends, I never ever would droppity / On the list, my dear lass, you are at the toppity / Said funny bunny to sweet little girl.
[Madame Foster giggles to herself]


"Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends: Camp Keep a Good Mac Down (#3.3)" (2005)
Bunny #1: [Mr. Herriman finds it hard to say goodbye to his new rabbit friends after a camping trip] Go on, Herriman. It's where you belong.
Mr. Herriman: I'll never forget you. If there is anything I could ever do for you...
Bunny #1, Bunny #2: Actually, we would like to come inside and live with you where it's warm and safe, away from the wolves.
Mr. Herriman: What, are you mad? I'd never let poopy savages like you into Foster's! Indeed.
[he hops away]
Bunny #1: Sucker! I took his wallet!
Bunny #2: To the mall!


"Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends: Cookie Dough (#2.5)" (2005)
Mr. Herriman: I say, I'm quite surprised that old roof lasted as long as it did. Seems we'll have to dip into the emergency fund for a new one.
Madame Foster: Yes, siree.
[they open the safe]
Mr. Herriman: Madame?
Madame Foster: Yes?
Mr. Herriman: Why is the emergency fund missing?
Madame Foster: Oh, yes. I almost forgot. I spent it last year to buy this gold-plated safe.
Mr. Herriman: I see. You spent our emergency fund on a container for our emergency fund?
Madame Foster: That would be true.
Mr. Herriman: So we have no money for a new roof?
Madame Foster: Well, if you're going to put a negative spin on it, sure we don't! But look on the bright side: It's a beautiful safe. This is real gold-colored paint. *Glorious*! He, he, he!


"Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends: Busted (#1.3)" (2004)
Mr. Herriman: [Frankie accidentally breaks all of Herriman's spare busts] Miss Frances, you know the rules. Clean it up.
Frances "Frankie" Foster: Rules, schmules! I'll clean you up, you crazy rabbit! Come back here and I'll clean your clock!
[Chases Herriman with broom]
Mr. Herriman: Miss Frances, remember the rules! No running in the house!