Aqua Teen Hunger Force Volume 6
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Somewhere in New Jersey, three roommates with superpowers, Master Shake, Frylock and Meatwad, unite to solve the neighborhood's unnatural mysteries. When they're not fighting crime or each other, they relax by swimming in their next-door-neighbor's pool.]]>
Extras are plentiful throughout the two-disc set: commentary by the cast and crew, along with some very special and unusual guests on three episodes ("Reedickyoulus," "Hoppy Bunny" and "Marines"), as well as the "Carl's Pissed" segments from the Adult Swim web site, which find him ranting at length about the New York Giants and other sports subjects. "More Funny Pete Stuff" compiles promos from the fifth season, while "ATHF Zombie Pro-Am Minus the Explosions" is the animated linking material from the ATHF game for PS2. A pair of truly odd live-action shorts, one of which is a dead-on parody of '50s-era corporate training films, adds extra laughs, and if that's not enough for you, there are even a handful of stickers. You won't find that in the next Lost box set, that's for sure. --Paul Gaita
- 13 episodes
- Special features: I'm Pissed, ATHF Zombi Ninja Pro-Am Minus the Explosions, Terror Phone, More Funny Pete Stuff, Radical Axis Presents Radical Axis
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Packaging and Menus: This packaging continues with the trend of Williams Street releases in that it's really minimalist. In fact, it might be their most minimalist release. The entire artwork on the DVD cover, the menus, and even the stickers it comes with consist of simple shapes. The DVDs are themselves just solid color. Although simple, it's attractive and very bright. It's simple done right, just like the show itself with it's limited animation.
Video and Audio Quality : Maintains the broadcast quality pretty perfectly. There's only one case of audio inconsistency and that's in a webisode extra. Everything else is fine.
Disc 1 : Houses the 9 episodes that Adult Swim has aired already with commentary for 3 of them.
Episodes : This season opened with a different formula towards the beginning. The Aqua Teens are gone and the spotlight is cast on Carl and the new vampire/landlord Markula. Carl and Markula attempt to rent out the Aqua Teen's home to different tenants that don't stay long and are usually monstrous.
After three episodes of this, The Aqua Teen's return and do their usual routine of experiencing gay zombie gorillas, super-power eye surgery, murderous dummies in love, Canada, religious fruit, low-life genies, parasitic mermaids, radioactive African Americans, multiple scamming infomercials, and the unspeakable horror of furries.
The Carl/Markula Episodes : A fresh break for the viewers and for the writers (who admitted they were burnt out on the main characters). Even though Sirens was weaker than the other two episodes, the Markula highlights made it enjoyable. He was a really great character and he made the run really unique. I'm sad he only got 3 episodes to shine.Read more ›
"Laser Lenses" is similar in some respects to a past episode called "Unremarkable Voyage", but it's funnier, and pushes the shows patented surrealistic humor to the limit. Basically, it's an episode where Master Shake is being crueler than usual to his roommates and neighbor, which has been the basis for some of the series best episodes. The origin of Frylock's ability to shoot electricity from his eyes is explained.
"Shake Like Me" was never aired, and once you see it, you'll understand why the network didn't touch it. It's an episode about race. Master Shake is bitten by a radioactive black man, and what follows is hands down one of the series top three best episodes. Just watch it and decide for yourself if the show went too far.
The packaging and DVD design is my favorite to date, I love the cover art! The 2-disc set also includes another sheet of stickers just like Vol. Five did which you could use to decorate the solid color DVD discs (although I wouldn't recommend that).
If you're a fan of the show, then this is a must buy for the four never aired episodes you can only see here. If you're new to the show, I would start with Aqua Teen Hunger Force - Volume One and work my way up.
Just one more thing... Rims!!! Put a spell on them hoes y'all!
1. Robots Everywhere
3. Couples Skate
5. Hoppy Bunny
6. Laser Lenses
7. Dummy Love
8. The Marines
9. Bible Fruit
10. Gene E
11. Shake Like Me
12. She Creature
13. Chick Magnet
I won't rant on and on, but this is HIGHLY recommended. Commentaries, live action short titled 'Terror Phone', all the cutscenes from the Aqua Teen videogame, all Carl's sports blogs and a quick look at the writing process.
insane, funny moments.
I loved Carl's series of rants about the NY Giants, done each
week to reflect the real fortunes of the team. If you're into football, and especially
the Giants, these are side-splittingly funny. If you're not into football these probably
won't mean much to you.
There's also a great faux documentary on the making of Aqua Teen called 'Radical Axis Presents Radical Axis',
but both these extras are better than most of the regular episodes themselves.
I will say 'Shake Like Me' was very funny episode, and very out there politically, in the Lenny Bruce tradition
of being so politically incorrect you are clearly actually making fun of all racists and racism.
This season is worth it if you like the show, but the first 4 seasons seemed much more consistent to me.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
It was packaged very well and cam in great condition. Very pleased!Published 3 months ago by Crystal T
every season is surprisingly as good as the last. idk how they come up with this s***Published 10 months ago by Joseph McGuinness (Ray Ray's Records)
I have enjoyed, and am enjoying watching this compilation of episodes! It is very entertaining and it is also funny!Published on February 23, 2014 by Kevin C. Turner
It was priced high. I had to buy 7 episodes because it didn't sell as a collection. I hate the show, but my friend loves it, so I wanted him to have all of them.Published on December 22, 2013 by April mccane