|The Big Cheese|
|Episode name pun on: an alternative name for the boss of a company, and the character Cheese|
"Bus the Two of Us"
"Bloo's the Boss"
"The Big Cheese" is the eighth episode in season 4 of Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends. The episode aired on August 7, 2006.
Everyone in the house is locked out when a new security system is armed to keep Cheese out and Mr. Herriman doesn't look at the keypad while he's entering the new code to enter the house,and the only one who knows the code is Cheese.
- The running gag of this episode is that almost everyone at Foster's that Cheese encounters tells him "Cheese, you don't live here! Go home!", at which Cheese would respond "Okay".
- This is the second time that Frankie gets locked out of the house (the first time being "Bloooo"). This is also the only time where everyone from the house (except Peas, who remains left inside, as seen in "The Little Peas") gets locked out of the house.
- The scene where Eduardo is taking a shower and Cheese comes in and hits him with a carrot is a reference to the 1960 film "Psycho" directed by Alfred Hitchcock.
- If you look closely during the news segment, you can see a hole that the friends supposedly made. Everyone could've just climbed in through there and unlocked the doors.
- Crackers makes a cameo, when everyone goes into the mud.
- It is unknown how Cheese was able to get in and out of the house, because the doors should've been locked, although he could've picked the lock.
- When Cheese is sucking on the rock, it appears to be large. When he throws it at Frankie, its the same size as the rock Frankie threw at Bloo.
- Error: When all the imaginary friends are chasing after Cheese, Eduardo is wearing pants. However for the rest of the time they are stuck outside the house he is only wearing his towel, except near the end when he is shown naked.
- Pirate Pig seems to have changed size in this episode. When the imaginary friends are chasing after cheese, Pirate Pig is huge.
- Error: When Mr. Herriman is imputing the code into the key pad for the first time, he is clearly only pressing the one, four, and asterisk buttons, yet when Mac is seen imputing the code towards the end of the episode, he is clearly pressing a variety of buttons.