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- "Maybe next time, don't overextend yourself."
- ―Foster to Adrian Toomes
Battle of New York Cleanup
In the wake of the Battle of New York, Foster accompanied Anne Marie Hoag in confronting Adrian Toomes' Crew, who were cleaning up Grand Central Station. Approaching Adrian Toomes, Hoag informing him that he is to withdraw his men from the area as the Department of Damage Control had secured the contract to clean up after Avengers battles. As Toomes explains that he had the contract to clean up New York City, he was allowed to be there. Hoag was unrelenting however, telling Toomes to leave. Toomes started begging her to let him have the contract, as he had a family to support. Foster then spoke up, telling Toomes that he should have not "overextended himself", Toomes punched him in the face, causing the guards around Hoag to draw their guns and for Toomes to leave the area. Hoag told Toomes that he could talk to Tony Stark about the contracts if he wished.
Much like his superior Anne Marie Hoag, Foster was a cold and ruthless individual, not feeling pity for kicking out Adrian Toomes and his Crew from cleaning the remains of the Battle of New York in spite that they secured the contract first, not caring for their livelihoods or in Toomes' case, his family. However, unlike his superior, who at least gave Toomes a solution, Foster was far more cruel, provoking Toomes by saying him that he shouldn't have "overextended himself" on his contract. This would cost Foster a punch in the face from Toomes, but as his fellows were like himself, he wasn't punished for his action.
- Foster's scene in Spider-Man: Homecoming was omitted from the comic book Spider-Man: Far From Home Prelude. There, Anne Marie Hoag tells Adrian Toomes that he could talk with his superiors immediately after apologizing with him for leaving him out from the job, and thus Hoag's men never point Toomes with their guns.