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Aqua Teen Hunger Force, Vol. 7

4.5 out of 5 stars 52 customer reviews

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Aqua Teen Hunger Force returns to the air for its 7th season on Adult Swim. Fans of the surreal animated comedy series will find Frylock, Meatwad, and Master Shake are still grappling with the bizarre and absurd down by the Jersey Shore.

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After a decade of increasingly surreal adventures, the fast-food freaks of Aqua Teen Hunger Force prove that they still have some life in them in Volume 7, which compiles 11 episodes from the show's sixth and seventh season. Hardcore fans might find the collected stories here less than inspired when compared to some of the show's past highlights, but there are still a handful of flat-out hilarious episodes on hand, most notably "Rubberman," which concerns a monster duck created by Frylock out of refuse, and "Rabbot Redux," which finds the Aqua Teens moving to the other side of neighbor Carl's house, and the title monster, which debuted in the very first ATHF, returning for more mayhem. Unfortunately, these are weighed down by such middling efforts as "Multiple Meats" (Master Shake accidentally creates a legion of Meatwads), "Der Inflatable Fuhrer" (Bill Hader voices Adolf Hitler, who's been reincarnated as a balloon), and the season closer, "The Last One Forever and Ever," a part live-action episode which sees rapper T-Pain as Frylock and one Dave Long Jr., who won a Carl look-alike contest. Diehards will undoubtedly forgive the lesser episodes due to the inspired nature of the standouts, though more substantive extras (or the Christmas episode, with Public Enemy) might have helped sway those viewers who regard ATHF as on the decline. The core of the supplements focus on the live-action experiment, including a look at Long Jr.'s transformation into Carl. The remainder is dedicated to quirky non sequiturs like the musical numbers from "Rubberman" and the absurd live-action horror parody, "Terror Phone II: The Legend of Rakenstein." --Paul Gaita

Special Features

Episodes: Creature from Plaque Lagoon, Time Machine, 2-and-a-half Star Wars Out of 5, Fry Legs, Der Inflatable Fuhrer, The Last Last One Forever and Ever, Rubberman, Multiple Meats, Monster, Rabbot Redux, Eggball
Live Action Behind the Scenes: The making of 12 minutes of television that changed television for 12 minutes
Rubberman Behind the Scenes: Your mom and uncle sing about condoms
Dumb Down Your Smart Phone
Terror Phone II: The Legend of Rakenstein
Live Action Carl: The Dave Long Story: Shave your head, grow a mustache, and gain 80 lbs. for a shot at fame

Product Details

  • Actors: Various
  • Directors: Various
  • Format: Multiple Formats, AC-3, Animated, Color, Dolby, Subtitled, Widescreen, NTSC
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 5.1)
  • Subtitles: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated:
    NR
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  • Studio: Cartoon Network
  • DVD Release Date: June 1, 2010
  • Run Time: 127 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (52 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00330WP6Q
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #32,272 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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Okay, so this is another great ATHF DVD for your collection. The episodes are hilarious (way better than the past few seasons), and the contents of this DVD are great. There are two cons: only one disc, only 11 episodes. All the other ATHF sets had two discs and had around 13 episodes (some had more). However, it has great special features, like recording the Rubberman song, Carl auditions for the live action episode, Terror-Phone 2, and more. The box art is interesting, with a Carl-designed cardboard case on the outside and a generic DVD case inside. As I stated earlier, the episodes on this DVD beat the hell out of the past two seasons of ATHF. Not that those seasons were bad, but these episode are far superior!

Episodes on this disc (in order of how they are on the DVD):
1. Creature From Plaque Lagoon
2. Time Machine
3. Two-And-A-Half Star Wars Out Of 5
4. Fry Legs
5. Der Inflatable Fuhrer
6. The Last One Forever And Ever
7. Rubberman
8. Rabbot Redux
9. Monster
10. Multiple Meats
11. Eggball
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I love this show!!! I have been a fan since the first season aired. This season is great. The tooth episode really cracked me up. I force anyone that comes over to watch this...one of these days someone will agree with my taste in dumb tv shows ;) Anyway, this is a great season and full of really raunchy laughs. Be prepared for favorite characters from past seasons to reappear too :)
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I love the ATHF series to death, but as the series has moved on, it's gone from "really weird" to "completely effed up". The caliber of oddity that season seven produces is easily the strangest yet and carries with it the high probability of alienating some fans. Personally? I love it. Seven seasons in, a television series can only hope to be as fresh as ATHF is and remain something the original fans want to continue watching.

Are you a fan? Do you like the "weirdness" that the series has been cultivating since season 4? Then this is right up your alley. If not? Well, you've got the series reboot with Aqua Unit Patrol Squad.
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I am a huge fan of this show. It's got an extremely unique style of comedy that I can completely enjoy. The side characters and villains are amazing and of course...Master Shake is flawless. This was the best season in awhile too
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this is a good season my heart is broken that they are changing the format every year now i loved the hunger forced the unit patrol squad and u know something with jet chicken and rocket horse i hope dave willis and matt amillero are not having trouble working together this is a good season not like the first four seasons but i will be damned if two and a half star wars out of five is not one of the best ever and egg ball totally rock it baby sincerely, william "the joker"
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Carl, Meatwad, Frylock, Master Shake in their usual WTF episodes! This show is so funny I can't believe they have not been nominated for Emmys. The beauty of the show is the fact that it makes no sense and you have absolutely no idea where the show is gonna go. Whatever the writers are smoking, I want some.
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My husband and I live athf, by the 7th season though I could tell they were running out of things to come up with. Some of the episodes use real people instead of cartoons. The only bonus is that j. Benjamin does shake's voice. This is the last one before they switched the name to unit patrol squad.
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This is one of the best and most hilarious shows on Cartoon Network. It is weird and funny and strange and adult themed for sure. It has gone through many name changes now, but this is one of the best late night shows you can watch. You need to buy this DVD set, sit back and crack up.
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