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St. Foster's by Empty-Smile St. Foster's by Empty-Smile
Edit 5: Video is finally back again!


Edit 4: Well, the comic I linked to in edit3 has been removed...
But this one is pretty cool:

It apparently is related to an episode of MLP, so enjoy, all you MLP fans!


Edit 3: Hey everyone, check out this cool MLP version of my comic! So awesome!


Edit 2: I made it to the front page of reddit? Never would have guessed.

Anyway, this is more to address a few things I see popping up time and again.
-Yes, this was supposed to be a parody of St. Elsewhere. I never claimed it to be an original concept.
-The dialogue after the shift in the comic is not something I conceived. It was an alteration to the original script of the scene I am parodying.
-This is not the actual ending to the series.

I do not mean this in any way to be offensive. I just had the idea one day, and I never would have guessed it would affect so many of you in the ways it has. From death threats to messages of gratitude, this comic and its viewers have given me far more than I ever put into it.
Thank you so very much.


Edit: Apparently this has been popping up on 4chan on a semi-regular basis. I'm not sure if I'm honored or scared. Thanks, I guess.


Sorry for the big file size.
Lots of ugly here, but I had fun. I wish I'd had time to draw wilt, coco, and eduardo also, but at least I got mac and bloo in there. Frankie is the hardest for me to draw and she showed up the most. D :
This is a parody comic of the shows Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends and St. Elsewhere. If you don't know what St. Elsewhere is, then perhaps you should check out these two links.…
video of it:
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E-guardias Featured By Owner Nov 11, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
In this world, you can have your own waifu.
AndyofIndiana Featured By Owner Oct 22, 2014  Hobbyist
This twist works so much better than it did in St. Elsewhere, that it is not even funny.  There are two reasons why this is the case.

1. Appropriateness - A good twist ending leaves you shocked initially, but upon seeing the story again, you realize the whole thing was building up to that twist.  In St. Elsewhere, this ending had nothing to do with the rest of the series.  As for Foster's, this seems like the ultimate realization of the show's central concept.
2. Plausibility - I have heard in at least one place that the plots of St. Elsewhere were too dark and complex for most (if not all) little boys to come up with.  Foster's is simpler in its plots and Frankie is older than Tommy was, so perhaps she is an aspiring writer of children's books.
Jesterkin458 Featured By Owner Sep 18, 2014  Hobbyist Artist
...this makes me feel like, my eyes are chest feels like someone took a hammer to head feels like a brick landed on it...

the kinda feel ya get when a loved tv show ends... is like a hole just opens up and a thought flows with the sound of multiple voices and whispers,

what do we do now?...the kinda feel ya don wanna feel, is the sadness the feeling of being lost and emotional overdose.

this takes that feel and combines  it with the feeling of  loss...
OCPegasusLORD Featured By Owner Aug 14, 2014 actually kind of sad T_T... but a cold ending ot a good begining usually fits strangely but it wouldn't be autism. anywho excelent comic but yeah it gave me feels the over all message in it is.... strong.
Demhouser Featured By Owner Aug 1, 2014
Owwwww! My feels! It burns!
Themaverickman Featured By Owner Jun 16, 2014
That makes YAAAAAAAY too much since 
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ilovemy3cats Featured By Owner Dec 14, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
right in the childhood
xXShadow-BlizzardXx Featured By Owner Nov 24, 2013  Hobbyist Artist
I'M CRYING Cry emote 
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