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Witty new comeback for Hunger squad,
This review is from: Aqua Unit Patrol Squad 1: Season 1 (DVD)
Aqua Unit Patrol Squad 1 is season 8 of Aqua Teen Hunger Force. Not a new show, just a new name. Yeah, it's set in Seattle, but the setting is exactly the same. Hilarious! I've been a huge fan of this show since about 2003, and have followed it heavily throughout its run, and sure, this new season isn't going to gain any fans, in fact, it has already lost some longtime ones, but only because of the daring title change. Also, don't let the "SEASON 1" fool you on here, it's going to be Aqua Something You Know Whatever next season! Disc one has all of the AUPS1 episodes, and disc two rounds out the remainding ATHF episodes not yet released on DVD. No, Amazon didn't screw up, this is disc two. Since no one has done so yet, I will post the episodes and special features.
1. Allen Part 1 4/5
2. Allen Part 2 4/5
3. Freedom Cobra 3.5/5
4. Intervention 5/5
5. The Creditor 3/5
6. Vampirus 5/5
7. Last Dance for Napkin Lad 4.5/5
8. Wi-tri 4/5
9. Jumpy Geroge 4/5
10. Lasagna 3/5
1. A PE Christmas 3.5/5
2. Hands on a Hamburger 4/5
3. iAmapod 3/5
4. Juggalo 3/5
5. Kangarilla and the Magic Tarantula 4.5/5
6. The Larry Miller Hair System for Men 2.5/5
7. One Hundred 3.5/5
T3rror Phone: Redialed
Now, the batch of episodes range from superb to okay. Best being "Intervention", worst being "Larry Miller Hair System". There are seventeen episodes overall, and I do believe it is the most an ATHF/AUPS1 DVD has ever gotten. Much better than that one disc volume seven we got last time, though it did have more special features. Sadly, this is the first ATHF/AUPS1 DVD that has...virtually no special features. There is one, T3rror Phone, but it has nothing to do with ATHF/AUPS1, other than being on two other past DVD's. So, overall, it is a good watch. The episodes can get stale on repeat viewings, and there is only one, boring special feature. A solid 3/5.
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Initial post: Nov 30, 2012 8:10:52 PM PST
Kenneth M. Degrasse says:
do they bleep the cuss words out?
In reply to an earlier post on Dec 23, 2012 12:45:39 AM PST
Sheriff Buck Sagebrush says:
No, it is uncensored without options of bleeping. Personally, I don't like this. I find bleeps funnier.
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