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Terrence then pays a visit of his own, dressed to make a good impression.

Duchess creates a diversion by provoking one of the Extremeasauruses (dangerous monster friends created by teenagers), leaving Bloo alone with Terrence.

They only want the best for her, and Frankie sees a perfect chance to get Duchess out of the house for good. Wilt, Coco, and Eduardo race all over the house to keep Bloo out of reach, but the married couple's daughter finally snatches him away and shows him to her parents.

They agree, but only Mac's last-minute arrival saves him.

Herriman is not happy with this as it defies the house rules.

As for Duchess, her punishment is to be forced to stay at Foster's, the place she hates so much, while Terrence finds himself at the mercy of a herd of annoyed pegasi, whom he had taunted during the junkyard fight.

Along the way, they meet Coco, who lays plastic eggs when she gets excited and only says "Coco" when she speaks, and the fearsome-looking but soft-hearted Eduardo.

They are foiled by the arrival of Mac and company, who manage to save Bloo and trick the monster into turning on its masters.

However, Frankie tells them that if he stays there, he will be eligible for adoption whenever Mac is not around.

Mac promises to stop by after school and departs, taking Coco's eggs with him, leaving Bloo alone with his new housemates who show him their bedroom where he will be sleeping at.

It premiered on August 13, 2004, at pm E/P on Cartoon Network as a 90-minute movie.

The episode was written and directed by the show's creator Craig Mc Cracken, with further story work by his fiancée Lauren Faust and screenwriters Craig Lewis and Amy Keating Rogers.

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