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'Powerpuff' Creator Turns to 'Foster's Home'

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'Powerpuff' Creator Turns to 'Foster's Home'

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'Powerpuff' Creator Turns to 'Foster's Home'

'Powerpuff' Creator Turns to 'Foster's Home'

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Abandoned imaginary friends now have a place to call home. Craig McCracken, whose Powerpuff Girls took the nation by storm in the 1990s, has a new Cartoon Network series: Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends. Hear McCracken and NPR's Jennifer Ludden.