|Nickname:||Heather, and names that are similar to Berry(ex. Carrie, Jerry, etc.).|
|First appearance:||"Berry Scary"|
|Voiced by:||Grey DeLisle|
Berry is a character and an imaginary friend in the show Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends, she is a antagonist of the show, voiced by Grey DeLisle.
Apperance in the episodes
In this episode, Berry had arrived at the house in search for somewhere to stay, even having luggage as well. Though, as soon as she had seen Bloo, she was in love; however, throughout the episode, her other side could also be seen with quick jerks of movement, especially when she saw Bloo with his creator Mac and getting a little freaked out, but still retained her "nice side."
After meeting Mac, she was soon determined to get him out of the picture for good and wanting to have Bloo all to herself. Using various tactics to get rid of him throughout Bloo and Mac's world records. Soon enough, she managed to convince Bloo that Mac was always getting in the way and holding him back from getting them. However, near the end of the episode, after she had made the world's biggest rubber band ball, it was one rubber band short of being the world's biggest.
Berry and Bloo are about to put it on when Mac interferes and cuts the rubber band, leaving her hanging, although, she does remark about it being the last rubber band, Mac reveals that he has another one that Terrence hit him with, strapping it to the ball, but also, strapping her to it, which is when her other side is fully shown, talking about love and yelling before causing the rubber band ball to roll out of the room, down the halls and out of the house, cause by her unstoppable squirming..
Soon after, the main characters are watching the news where Berry quickly rolls past on the ball, still yelling ("Whoa!").
Affair Weather Friends
She reappears in this episode, disguised as a rich kid named "Barry Bling" but does not reveal herself until near the end, kidnapping Mac and tying him to a rubber band ball before hopping into a small train trying to kill him so that Mac will not interfere with herself and Bloo, becoming Berry's date with destiny forever. As Bloo prepares to save Mac, Berry throws an automatic paddleball that he had been interested in since the beginning of the episode, as Bloo is deciding between his love of the paddleball or his friendship with Mac, Berry is about to kill Mac, Bloo ends up saving Mac, causing Berry to ironically get caught in the rubber band ball again (along with the toy train she rode), as well as yelling "AAAHH! Why does this keep happening to me?! AAAHH! What a world, what a world!!" This is her last appearance in the whole show.
It should also be noted that Bloo only remembered Berry by the name "Heather" which is the name he said she looks like in "Berry Scary."
Berry is a 5 year old female imaginary friend with two completely different sides to her, her first side being the cutest, sweetest girl in the world, the other being an insane, sadistic, greedy, love-addicted brat with razor-sharp teeth. Berry bares her hatred on Mac when it comes to him stealing his attention from her. The second she comes to Foster's, she falls deeply in love with Bloo. Though Bloo did not feel the same way being unable to remember her name and in some cases her existence. This however did not deter her, she instead stalked him and shower him with extremely impressive gifts. However when she discovered Mac, her more crazy side came out feeling that no one can have Bloo but her. She then proceeded to try and get rid of Mac, at first by removing him when he and Bloo were together and making sadistic threats when he is alone. But she eventually went to extremes such as trying to murder him by running him over with a train!
- Bloo can never remember her name, or her in particular. At the end of her first appearance, he couldn't recall who she was after she was attached to the rubber band ball.
- Usually when Berry speaks in a sentence, she replaces the word very with berry, a reference to Strawberry Shortcake (an 80's cartoon).
- When Berry was rolled down the hill, it was a spoof to Indiana Jones.
- With Berry acting love sick and insane over Bloo, there is a chance that her creator had love issues.
When Berry came to the house she had luggage with her. Frankie offered to get her luggage. Instead, Berry politely declines her offer since she did not wanted to be a burden, but then Bloo came with his paddleball, and claims that being a burden is one of his favorite things to be. From that moment on Berry fell in love with Bloo.
After Frankie gave her the tour, she decides to follow Bloo around, and do stuff for him such as baking him snickerdoodles or making him a scrapbook of just the small encounters they had during the morning. She even try to finish building the world's largest rubber band ball, but she was interrupted by Mac.
She returned in the episode "Affair Weather Friends." She disguised herself as a rich boy named Barry Bling so that she can get Bloo to herself. Later in the episode when Mac found the maccoroni sculptor of Bloo, he then realized that Barry is none other than Berry.
Although Berry is madly in love with Bloo, he doesn't seem to care much about Berry. Also, Bloo always gets her name wrong. Whenever he compliments to her, she sees it as if he really likes her. She also admits that she realizes Bloo is a complete idiot, but states that she loves him anyway.
Berry was walking up to Bloo's room with a macaronii sculpture of him. When Berry entered the room she was surprised to see Mac. She wants no one to interfere with her and Bloo. Since Mac is the one he spends most of his time with, she hates him the most. She has manipulated Bloo into thinking of Mac as the one keeping him from achieving his goal of a world record despite the whole point was to do it with Mac. She has gone as far as tying him to a giant rubber band ball and getting a train to run him over. Luckily Bloo rescued him.
Appearances outside the show
Foster's Big Fat Awesome House Party
She is shown in Cartoon Network's online game Foster's Big Fat Awesome House Party, seen in the theatre. However, she is not psycho at all and seems to love the theatre instead, saying how great the others are at helping out.