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  • Wilt
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  • Wilt is an NPC cat toon. He works at the building Lettuce Alone Salad Bar on Elm Street, Daisy Gardens.
  • But I don't understand! Why wash the wasabi peas? SUDDENLY, EVERYTHING EXPLODES. However, the noodles remain intact. Hot Topic does as well. BUT! A Hello Kitty fan made for a 2006 diary appears! SOMEHOW, THE TURTLE ISN'T PLEASED. So he sent the frog on his way. The frog hopped back to his hoppy brethren. THEY RELEASED THE TURTLE. The turtle led them to conquer Chicago. Naperville citizens have a barbeque and cook fireworks.
  • A good head of lettuce has no wilting. Wilted greens are either old or damaged and can be revived with a cold water soak to a point.
  • Wilt is an imaginary friend created by Jordan Michaels, and one of the main characters in Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends. He is voiced by veteran comic/actor Phil LaMarr.
  • Wilt is overly friendly and helpful; almost to a fault. He is an optimistic imaginary friend who was created by a kid named Jordan Michaels (a play on the famous basketball player Michael Jordan) who is now a famous basketball player. Wilt got his name from the legendary center Wilt Chamberlain. Wilt was created to teach Jordan how to play basketball, who was extremely short for his age and constantly lost to his older brother (as a youngster, Michael Jordan constantly lost to his brother, Larry Jordan). He wears old school styled basketball sneakers - which make his footsteps squeak like he's on a basketball court when he walks around - a red, white and blue sweatband on his wrist, and the number one on his chest like on a basketball jersey.
  • Wilt is an imaginary friend and one of the main characters in Foster's. His creator was a child named Jordan Michaels who later became a professional basketball player (a play on Michael Jordan). Jordan imagined Wilt as the perfect basketball trainer, partner, and friend. The Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends movie Good Wilt Hunting reveals Wilt's past: the identity of his creator and how Wilt ended up at Foster's. Due to a bully and his imaginary friend, Foul Larry, challenging Wilt and Jordan to a game of basketball, Wilt sustained the injures he has today and lost the basketball game (due to the bully's team's cheating). During the game, when the large Foul Larry was about to fall on Jordan, Wilt saved his creator by pushing him out of the way, causing him to break one of his eye-stal
  • Wilt is kind-hearted, friendly, cool, humble, helpful, and incredibly nice. He is an optimistic and confident, despite his troubled past. Wilt was created by a kid named Jordan Michaels (a play on the famous basketball player Michael Jordan) who is now a famous basketball player. Wilt was named after the legendary basketball player Wilt Chamberlain. He was created to teach Jordan how to play basketball, who was extremely short for his age and constantly lost to his older brother. He wears old school styled basketball sneakers - which make his footsteps squeak like he's on a basketball court when he walks around - a red, white and blue sweatband on his wrist, and has a blue number one on his chest like on a basketball jersey. Wilt is also well-known for his habit of almost constantly apolog
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Level
  • Level
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playground
  • Daisy Gardens
Item
  • Basketball
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Voice
  • Phil LaMarr
Faction
  • Faction
Portrayer
  • Phil LaMarr
Age
  • 30
Series
  • Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends
Status
  • Status
Appearance
Affiliation
  • Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends
Nickname
  • The Wilt Man
Name
  • Wilt
Type
  • Blastons
Caption
  • Wilt in the Nap room
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  • Crazy Air
  • Nothing But Net
  • Zone Defense
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  • 248
Alias
  • Lord Snotzax, Mr. Sore Looser, Mr. Sporty Socks, Mac, Son, Master Wilt, Tall Molasses, Tiger, Master of Ceremonies, Pirate Wilt Scurvy, Sonny, Son, The Lawn Ranger, Shorty, My Long Lost Identical Twin Brother, Bro, The Tall Skinny One, My Main Man, Man, My Dying Friend, The Convoy, My Friend
Species
  • Cat
  • Imaginary Friend
Title
  • Title
Eyecolor
  • Black
Color
  • Bright Red
Episode
  • All except "Frankie My Dear" and "Affair Weather Friends"
Street
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  • Jump - Self
  • Snare - Cone
  • Snare - Target Area
Eye Color
  • 110011
Gender
  • Male
Health
  • Health
Race
  • Imaginary Friend
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  • Wilt's jump shot gives you a jump boost for crazy air!
  • Ensnare a group of enemies with Wilt's defense maneuvers.
  • A basketball net traps all monsters in the target zone.
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  • red
Creator
Location
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  • 4
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locationpast
  • Peach Creek Commons
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  • 6
statuspast
  • Alive
statusfuture
  • Unknown
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  • Wilt is an NPC cat toon. He works at the building Lettuce Alone Salad Bar on Elm Street, Daisy Gardens.
  • But I don't understand! Why wash the wasabi peas? SUDDENLY, EVERYTHING EXPLODES. However, the noodles remain intact. Hot Topic does as well. BUT! A Hello Kitty fan made for a 2006 diary appears! SOMEHOW, THE TURTLE ISN'T PLEASED. So he sent the frog on his way. The frog hopped back to his hoppy brethren. THEY RELEASED THE TURTLE. The turtle led them to conquer Chicago. Naperville citizens have a barbeque and cook fireworks.
  • A good head of lettuce has no wilting. Wilted greens are either old or damaged and can be revived with a cold water soak to a point.
  • Wilt is an imaginary friend and one of the main characters in Foster's. His creator was a child named Jordan Michaels who later became a professional basketball player (a play on Michael Jordan). Jordan imagined Wilt as the perfect basketball trainer, partner, and friend. The Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends movie Good Wilt Hunting reveals Wilt's past: the identity of his creator and how Wilt ended up at Foster's. Due to a bully and his imaginary friend, Foul Larry, challenging Wilt and Jordan to a game of basketball, Wilt sustained the injures he has today and lost the basketball game (due to the bully's team's cheating). During the game, when the large Foul Larry was about to fall on Jordan, Wilt saved his creator by pushing him out of the way, causing him to break one of his eye-stalks and lose an arm. Wilt felt like a failure and ran away, hiding from Jordan when he tried to find him, eventually leaving New York and traveling across the country to Foster's. Because of this painful past, Wilt tries always to be extremely cheerful and to apologizes for nearly everything he says or does, and to be one of the most helpful members of Foster's. He's also best friends with Mac, Bloo, Eduardo, Coco, Cheese, Mr. Herriman, and Frankie. Wilt later reunited temporarily with his creator, who is now a major basketball star, and made amends.
  • Wilt is kind-hearted, friendly, cool, humble, helpful, and incredibly nice. He is an optimistic and confident, despite his troubled past. Wilt was created by a kid named Jordan Michaels (a play on the famous basketball player Michael Jordan) who is now a famous basketball player. Wilt was named after the legendary basketball player Wilt Chamberlain. He was created to teach Jordan how to play basketball, who was extremely short for his age and constantly lost to his older brother. He wears old school styled basketball sneakers - which make his footsteps squeak like he's on a basketball court when he walks around - a red, white and blue sweatband on his wrist, and has a blue number one on his chest like on a basketball jersey. Wilt is also well-known for his habit of almost constantly apologizing for no good reason (usually before he speaks, he says "I'm sorry but," and sometimes asks "Is that okay?" at the end).
  • Wilt is overly friendly and helpful; almost to a fault. He is an optimistic imaginary friend who was created by a kid named Jordan Michaels (a play on the famous basketball player Michael Jordan) who is now a famous basketball player. Wilt got his name from the legendary center Wilt Chamberlain. Wilt was created to teach Jordan how to play basketball, who was extremely short for his age and constantly lost to his older brother (as a youngster, Michael Jordan constantly lost to his brother, Larry Jordan). He wears old school styled basketball sneakers - which make his footsteps squeak like he's on a basketball court when he walks around - a red, white and blue sweatband on his wrist, and the number one on his chest like on a basketball jersey. He has large scars on the side of his head. Only his right arm is usable in a normal manner. His left arm, although a stump, can be used to hold little things, as we see in Where There's a Wilt, There's a Way, when he holds a bowl of chips with his left arm. His eyes are on stalks protruding from his head; the left eye is damaged, so it rattles when it moves and the eyelid doesn't open and close at all some of the time. But strangely in the Halloween episode of this show, Wilt is a were wolf in the flashback and in the movie Bloo made getting people to think that he got his scars from some type of werewolf imaginary friend. It is also getting people to think that in the same flashback, when a lamp fell on his right eye, it didn't break like the left one which doesn't seem to make any sense. He often say's sorry, even though its not his fault. He appears in Mini games such as Shutterbug & is a dancing toy in Mac's Toybox Chest. He is also one of the four characters to ask a favor.
  • Wilt is an imaginary friend created by Jordan Michaels, and one of the main characters in Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends. He is voiced by veteran comic/actor Phil LaMarr.
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