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Aqua Teen Hunger Force 8 Seasons

Season 1
4.7 out of 5 stars (191) IMDb 7.7/10

This is a season of mysteries, neighborhood conflicts, aliens, mad scientists, rabbits, robots, rabbit robots, robot rabbits, perms, cologne, heavy metal, haunted school buses, giant moths, mold with a generous heart, Dracula, road trips, removable brains, and, of course, leprechauns . . . And that's only the beginning.

Starring:
Dave Willis, Dana Snyder

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Season 1

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1. Rabbot

Dr. Weird invents a giant mechanical robot that destroys Carl's car.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 12 minutes Release date: December 28, 2000
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2. Escape from Leprechaupolis

A gang of miscreant leprechauns take out an ad on the internet in an attempt to mug people for their shoes.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 11 minutes Release date: September 8, 2001
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3. Bus of the Undead

Master Shake becomes convinced that a vampire bus is waiting for him outside.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 11 minutes Release date: September 29, 2001
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4. Mayhem of the Mooninites

Master Shake rents out Meatwad's room to moon people.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 11 minutes Release date: October 13, 2001
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5. Balloonenstein

Master Shake traps Meatwad in the clothes dryer for a week, accidentally giving him super powers.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 11 minutes Release date: December 22, 2001
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6. Space Conflict from Beyond Pluto

Frylock meets two aliens with ulterior motives.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 11 minutes Release date: April 6, 2002
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7. Ol Drippy

Master Shake's filth creates a new life form, Ol' Drippy (who has excellent manners).

TV-MA CC Runtime: 12 minutes Release date: April 20, 2002
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8. Revenge of the Mooninites

The Mooninites return and they bring a belt which grants them the powers of a 70's super group.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 11 minutes Release date: May 4, 2002
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9. MC Pee Pants

Meatwad and Carl become addicted to rap music and candy when they begin listening to the new album from MC P Pants.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 11 minutes Release date: May 18, 2002
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10. Circus

Master Shake sells Meatwad to the circus only to become jealous when Meatwad becomes a huge success.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 11 minutes Release date: November 16, 2002
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11. Dumber Days

Meatwad becomes depressed because his brain is really a squeak toy.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 11 minutes Release date: November 30, 2002
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12. Love Mummy

Frylock discovers a mummy in the crawlspace under the Aqua Teens' house.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 11 minutes Release date: November 23, 2002
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13. Dumber Dolls

Meatwad gets a new doll, Happy Time Harry, which has a really bitter and jaded personality.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 11 minutes Release date: November 2, 2002
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14. Interfection

While Surfing the internet, Master Shake and Meatwad accidentally infect the house with obtrusive pop up windows.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 11 minutes Release date: December 7, 2002
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15. Bad Replicant

The villains, Emory and Oglethorpe, kidnap Master Shake and replace him with a "replicant" alien.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 11 minutes Release date: December 14, 2002
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16. PDA

Master Shake loses his PDA and he's convinced that it has been stolen by a mysterious, unknown Tar Monster.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 11 minutes Release date: December 14, 2002
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By Bruce Kendall VINE VOICE on June 18, 2004
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
This is my current favorite DVD series. It's so absurd a premise and so beyond the pale of most cartoon series out there these days, that it has infinite appeal to both my sixteen year old son and to me. Our dynamic trio and their next door Jersey neighbor, the tank top wearing Carl, are the funniest toon characters in Television land. That's saying a lot as television is currently witnessing a true renaissance of cartoon humor.
The creators are the same crew that brought us the equally silly, but cutting edge SPACEGHOST COAST TO COAST. The same sort of hip, off colour humor that informed that show is at play here, only more so. My favorite segment involves a manic depressive, deadbeat, suicidal doll who has a negative, lifeforce-draining impact on all who come in contact with him. Other highlights include a pair of aliens who look as if they've escaped from some crude '70s Atari game. The punk talking little alien, err, is particularly amusing.
Of the three main characters, my favorite is Meatwad, the mush mouthed, single toothed meatball, whose speech is almost unintelligble, but who is delightfully, stupidly impressionable.
If you're in the mood for some absolutely mindless, but hysterically hip comic relief, give this DVD set a try. The extras aren't that much to write home about, but no contemporary toon buff should be without this two disc set in his/her collection.
If you have a sensibilty that is as warped as mine is, and you enjoy The Simpsons, South Park, Beavis and Butthead, The Family Guy, etc., I'm certain that you will enjoy this anti-superhero trio.
BEK
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No description of any kind would make someone take this show seriously, for it sounds infinitely silly and stupid, but in truth, it just works. "Aqua Teen Hunger Force" is, without a doubt, the funniest and most creative show on Cartoon Network`s "Adult Swim" cartooning block (a series of cartoon shows made for teenagers and adults that can take more risks than normal programming). It follows the misadventures of 3 six-foot-tall living foods: Master Shake, the leader of the Aqua Teens and a milkshake, Frylock, the rational one and a bunch of french fries, and Meatwad, a very... unintelligent wad of meat and the object of many a prank set up by Master Shake. They live next to Karl, an overweight man reliving the 80s who hates it when they use his pool. When they are not getting into situations on their own, they are battling anything out-of-the-ordinary, from a living, suicidal and depressed toy of Meatwads, to a juvenile rapper named "MC Pee Pants" to a pair of 2D aliens known as the Mooninites. A crazy and amazing show, this is a must see.
Volume One (2 Disc set) contains:
Pilot Episode:
-"Rabbot"
Season 1:
-"Escape from Leprauchpolis"
-"Bus of the Undead"
-"Mayhem of the Mooninites" + Creator Commentary
-"Balloonenstein"
-"Space Conflict from Beyond Pluto" + Creator Commentary
-"Ol' Drippy"
-"Revenge of the Mooninites"
-"MC Pee Pants"
Season 2:
-"Dumber Dolls"
-"Bad Replicant"
-"Circus"
-"Love Mummy"
-"Dumber Days"
-"Interfection"
-"PDA"
-"Mail Order Bride"
-"Cybernetic Ghost of Christmas Past from the Future"
Extras:
-Episode Commentaries (only for "Mayhem of the Mooninites" and "Space Conflict from Beyond Pluto")
-Never-before-seen footage
-Hidden bonus material
Order (or Pre-Order) Today!
-Esteban Jefferson
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Aqua Teen Hunger Force ('ATHF') is one of the funniest things I've ever seen. Starring late on night on the Cartoon Network's 'Adult Swim', ATHF centers around a narcissistic milkshake, Master Shake, a genius batch of frenchfries with super powers, Frylock, and a sizzling ball of hamburger meat, Meatwad. The three form a detective agency/squad (The Aqua Teen Hunger Force, natch) and noisily "solve" mysterious events, much to the continued annoyance of their pot-bellied and 'self-employed' neighbor Carl. Sound bizarre? You have no idea. ATHF is some sort of sick, demented combination of Super Friends, South Park, and all those unintentionally creepy cartoons from the early 80s like The Snorks. Read: it rocks.
This series is one of the most consistently entertaining, funny, and quotable I've ever seen. Each episode starts with some sort of bizarre creation or device either escaping from or otherwise being generated at the lab of Dr. Wierd in his castle on the New Jersey shore. Whatever that creation is, it inevitably ends up involving our heroes in very short order. The best episodes involve the Mooninites, a pair of pixelated freaks straight out of Moon Patrol or some other 1981 Atari game with mouths like children on South Park. The Mooninites descend from, naturally, the Moon, and proceed to wreak havoc with their kleptomania and ability to fire extremely slow, square video game bullets at people ("The bullet is enormous! Jumping..is useless.")
A hilarious side plot involves the fixation of the Aqua Teen Hunger Force on the joys of basking in Carl's above-ground pool. In one classic moment, Carl puts up neon racing stripes around his pool:
Carl: Yeah.. my pool looks like it's tearin' arse around the backyard..'cept it's standing still. Still waters run deep.
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