Mr. Herriman is a character in the Flash-Animated cartoon, Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends on Cartoon Network, voiced by Tom Kane. He runs the house, making sure that every imaginary friend behaves and that Frankie does all her chores. Dreams of when Bloo will leave the house. He wears a tuxedo coat, white gloves and a stovepipe hat, as well as a monocle over his left eye (though it is sometimes seen over his right eye). They both have a white mustache which moves as they speak. They both wear black top hats and waistcoats, they both supervise, and they both talk with a English accent. Voiced most times by Tom Kane. Herriman recalls in the issue how, as a young child, Madame Foster spilled something over and when questioned by her parents, she blamed him, so he claims that incident as being his reason for obsessing over cleaning, rules, and manners, to avoid getting in trouble again. Male He runs the house, making sure that every imaginary friend behaves and that Frankie does all her chores. 2. Personal Status He is in charge of the house (the "President" of Foster's), is extremely strict about the house rules (or just politeness and order in general), and is often found punishing Bloo for his various misdemeanors. He usually refers to others in a proper manner, calling males "Master" and females "Miss" in front of their names, the only time he actually calls people in normal fashion is when he is in pure terror. He is frequently called a badger by Goo, throughout the show until the episode "Bus the Two of Us.". Mr. Herriman is very passionate about his job as the house president, taking the job seriously, as he's stated that being the president of the house makes him feel like he is needed and important to the Foster community. He stands six feet tall (seven feet with his top hat on) and weighing in at 210 pounds. To get rid of him, Wilt, Eduardo, and Coco play a prank on Bloo, though Mr. Herriman believes Bloo did […] He runs the house, making sure that every imaginary friend behaves and that Frankie does all her chores. He is shown to have an addiction to carrots (which he will go to great, even desperate, lengths to hide), despite his best attempts to ignore or get over the weakness. Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. He's an organized, proper, uptight, stern, lawful, rules-oriented but still somewhat naïve rabbit. Aside from Mr. Herriman's similarities to the Mayor of Townsville, his voice actor, Tom Kane, is also known for providing voicework to, He actually has secret immature behaviour, like lying in ", While Mr. Herriman can keep things going smoothly, he seems to be unable to do the work himself, as seen in ", He has a habit of forgetting to mention one small key detail as seen in ". 3. Mr. Herriman, though proper, has often shown a lack of social skills. But ONLY by Madame Foster. Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends Wiki is a FANDOM TV Community. He is also very protective of Madame Foster, to where even she tells him to relax. Species Mr. Herriman and the Mayor of Townsville in The Powerpuff Girls (Craig McCracken's other original cartoon) have several similarities: Bugs, Bugs Dummy, Peter Cotton-Butt, Ol' Fuzz-Butt, Mr. Chairman of Foster's Famous Cookies, Chairman Herriman, Harry, Mr. Rabbit Man, Lord Snooty, Model 651043, The Big Badger, Ol' Stuffy Rules and Company, Senior Bunny Man, Mr. Two Squares, The Badger Who's Really a Rabbit, Man, Rabbit, Kind Sir, Sir, The Bunny, The Beast, Sucker, Kitty, Bunny Boy, The Monster, Mr. Hoppy, Bub, Looser, Mon, The Hairy Man, The Guy, Bro, My Friend. He is also comparable to Sir Topham Hatt from Thomas & Friends. He is the president/head of the house of Foster's, and is Frankie's boss. He does, however, seem not to be able to see very well without it. Mr. Herriman is a character in the Flash-Animated cartoon, Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends on Cartoon Network, voiced by Tom Kane. Nickname He is extremely fond of his creator Madame Foster, harboring great respect and loyalty to her, even at her most prominent levels of unabashed pep and energy. https://fhfif.fandom.com/wiki/Mr._Herriman?oldid=4251. Voiced by A termite infestation at Foster’s forces Mr. Herriman to move the Friends into a hotel for the night. Gender Imaginary Friend Eye color Mr. Herriman is British-accented, man-sized, bipedal rabbit friend imagined by Madame Foster. He was imagined by Madame Foster when she was a young girl. Mr. Herriman may be considered unruly Madame Foster's superego. Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends Characters, https://scratchpad.fandom.com/wiki/Mr._Herriman_(Foster%27s_Home_For_Imaginary_Friends)?oldid=2540102. Herriman is surprisingly old fashioned, even believing that the internet is an actual net. It was revealed in "Busted" that the reason Mr. Herriman is so hard on Bloo is because he feels that, given that he is allowed to stay at Foster's even though he still has an owner, he has already broken one of the main house rules. His golden trading card statistics from the Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends Leapster game are: Likes to be scratched behind the ears. Funny Bunny, Mr. H. His ways of being proper are to the point to where the other imaginary friends cannot stand him or be around him, his ways of keeping things "running just the right way" often inconvenience the other characters to the point of being disrespectful. Creator He was imagined by Madame Foster when she was a young girl. Frankie has a strong disliking towards Mr. Herriman, due to his constant lack of consideration towards her and often talks her down, whether he is aware of it or not. They both have a monocle over their left eye, although Mr. Herriman's monocle has been switched between his left and right eye often many times, such as in "Hiccy Burp," where it changes three times in one scene alone. The Big LablooskiFrankie My DearThe Sweet Stench of SuccessInfernal SlumberMake Believe it or NotCheese A Go-GoThe Bride to BeatAffair Weather FriendsJackie Khones and the Case of the Overdue Library Crook, Mr. Herriman is a man-sized rabbit friend who wears a top hat, a monocle, a tuxedo coat, white gloves, a bow-tie, a yellow vest, and a mustache while speaking in an English accent in a personification of the Edwardian era. Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends Episodes, More Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends Wiki. Appears in all except:The Big LablooskiFrankie My DearThe Sweet Stench of SuccessInfernal SlumberMake Believe it or NotCheese A Go-GoThe Bride to BeatAffair Weather FriendsJackie Khones and the Case of the Overdue Library Crook Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. He is cynophobic and is easily sent into a panic whenever he comes across a dog or anything dog related because dogs are natural predators of rabbits.