An Imaginary Friend In Need is episode 22a of season 2 of Kuu Kuu Harajuku.


G is having creative block problems, so uses Love's imagination stimulation invention, but it doesn't work and instead, brings HJ5's childhood imaginary friends to life.
Meanwhile, the rest of HJ5 and Rudie are having problems negotiating a contract with a dull breakfast cereal company representative, because he won't let them be fun.






Rudie: The Stodgy Podge people just asked for a tiny little tweaks to your dance routine.
Angel looks at sheet of crossed out dance steps.
Angel: At least they liked (pauses) nope, that’s crossed out too.

G: Who ordered a brand new song with a side order of lyrics?
Baby: I did, I did.


  • The imaginary friends are BeatBoxy Roxy (G), Corny the unicorn (Baby), Kendo the Tickle Ninja (Music), Alberta Kawaiistein (Love) and Wiggy (Angel).
  • Roxy has a similarity in appearance to Kaylee.
  • Alberta is a reference to Albert Einstein.
  • This episode reveals that G has been using the "Tick Tock, Time to Rock" phrase since she was six years old.
  • The title of this episode is a reference to the phrase "A friend in need is a friend indeed".


  • Just before Rudie drops Roxy back into the oatmeal, his elbow animation becomes disjointed.


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