Aqua Teen Hunger Force
The surreal adventures of three anthropomorphic fast food items: Master Shake, Frylock and Meatwad, and their human nextdoor neighbor, Carl Brutananadilewski.
Space Ghost's talk show is invaded by three life-sized fast food items from a place called Burger Trench. They are known as the Aqua Teen Hunger Force. They soon proceed to throw the show into total chaos.
Air Date: 2003-01-01
The episode parodies the 2007 Bomb scare. "Boston" was pulled by Turner Legal to avoid further controversy surrounding the incident. It was leaked online in 2015. It is the only episode of the series that was never formally released.
Air Date: 2015-01-31
Aqua Teen Hunger Force Colon Movie Film for Theaters
An action epic that explores the origins of the Aqua Teen Hunger Force (better known as Master Shake, Frylock, and Meatwad,) who somehow become pitted in a battle over an immortal piece of exercise equipment.
Air Date: 2008-03-30
The Mooninites and the Plutonians have at it!
Air Date: 2005-12-06
Aqua Teen Hunger Force Deleted Movie
An alternate version of the Aqua Teen Hunger Force Colon Movie Film For Theaters containing many deleted scenes and plot lines. Included in the ATHFCMFFT DVD release
San Diego Comic Con
Master Shake let San Diego Comic Con know all about the new shows he's going to star in.
San Diego Comic Con 2
Master Shake tries (and fails) to bust a rhyme about the new Adult Swim shows before being interrupted by the Mooninites with news of Spacecataz.
Aqua Teen Hunger Force Responds To The Critics
The cast of Aqua Teen Hunger Force respond to the critics of their new movie.
Aqua Teen Hunger Force Colon Movie Film for Television
Rabbot - The Original Cut
The original rough cut version of the pilot episode "Rabbot". Originally stealth aired on December 30 2000, six months prior to the launch of Adult Swim.
Assisted Living Dracula
In "Bus of The Undead" (season 1 episode 3), Master Shake is watching a b-grade horror movie called "Assisted Living Dracula." The movie (all 1 minutes 22 seconds of it), is included as an Easter Egg in Disc 2 of the ATHF DVD Volume 1
Adult Swim Kids Presents: Revenge of the Mooninites
An April Fool's version of the episode Revenge of the Mooninites, with children dubbing all the voices and changes made to the script and animation to remove the naughtier elements.
Air Date: 2021-04-01
The first season of the animated television series, Aqua Teen Hunger Force originally aired in the United States. Season one unofficially started on December 30, 2000 with the unannounced stealth airing of "Rabbot" on Cartoon Network. Season one officially began one week after the official launch of Adult Swim, on September 9, 2001 with "Escape from Leprechaupolis", and ended with "Cybernetic Ghost of Christmas Past from the Future" on December 29, 2002, with a total of eighteen episodes. This season focuses on the surreal adventures and antics of three anthropomorphic fast food items: Master Shake, Frylock, and Meatwad, who live next door to Carl Brutananadilewski in a suburban neighborhood in New Jersey. Season one marks the first appearance of the main characters, and several recurring characters as well. Episodes in season one were written and directed by Dave Willis and Matt Maiellaro, and have either a TV-14 or a TV-PG parental rating. Almost every episode in this season features a special guest appearance, which is later continued in later seasons. This season has been made available on DVD, and other forms of home media, including on demand streaming on Netflix.
Dr. Weird proclaims he has obtained the funds to build a Rabbot to solve the world's "vegetable problem". Dr. Weird tells Steve to spray it in the eyes with French perfume and after the spraying, the Rabbot gets annoyed and escapes the lab.
Air Date: 2000-12-30
Escape from Leprechaupolis
Leprechauns use Dr. Weird's Rainbow Machine to mug people from afar, apparently for shoes. Although they don't end up with anything more than a gold chain, a Banarama tape with no case and rollerskates.
Air Date: 2001-09-09
Bus of the Undead
Dr. Weird creates a mutant moth/human called Mothmonsterman, but it flies out of the giant hole left by Rabbot and flies toward the Aqua Teen's house, craving the bright light it sees coming from within. When the light is switched off, Mothmonsterman does everything in his power to frighten Master Shake into turning it back on.
Air Date: 2001-09-30
Mayhem of The Mooninites
Air Date: 2001-10-14
Meatwad gets new electric powers thanks to Shake's shenanigans, which make everyone hate him because they either die or get hurt when they're near him. But it's stil useful for getting revenge on Shake.
Air Date: 2001-12-23
Space Conflict from Beyond Pluto
Frylock attempts to make contact with aliens and is successful... but there's only two problems. First, the aliens want to take over Earth, and second, they're too stupid to pull it off.
Air Date: 2002-04-07
Shake makes a large mess in the kitchen and refuses to clean it, eventually resulting in the formation of a new lifeform which Meatwad gleefully names "Ol' Drippy". Shake becomes jealous of the attention that the new character receives.
Air Date: 2002-04-21
Revenge of The Mooninites
The Mooninites are back and this time they've got a belt that gives them superpowers from the band Foreigner.
Air Date: 2002-05-05
MC Pee Pants
Subliminal messages in the music Meatwad has been listening to draw the team to a warehouse, where they find out that rap artist behind the music is actually a giant spider.
Air Date: 2002-05-19
Meatwad gets a new doll, Happy Time Harry, which has a dreadfully bitter and jaded personality. Happy Time Harry's time is up when his negativity begins to affect everyone.
Air Date: 2002-11-03
Master Shake is kidnapped by returning characters Emory and Oglethorpe. The two aliens replace him with a "replicant", but Frylock and Meatwad soon realize that the Shake "replicant" doesn't resemble Shake at all.
Air Date: 2002-11-10
Master Shake sells Meatwad to the circus, but when Meatwad becomes a huge big top success, Shake gets jealous and tries to get in on the act. It's a battle of the freaks!
Air Date: 2002-11-17
Frylock discovers a mummy in the crawlspace under the house. The mummy begins to exhort his bratish favors from Frylock by threatening him with an ancient Egyptian curse.
Air Date: 2002-11-24
Meatwad's brain is discovered to be nothing more than a toy with a jingle bell in it. After Meatwad goes through a brief depression, Carl gets him a new live brain against Frylock's will. With his new brain, Meatwad begins to grow smarter and larger.
Air Date: 2002-12-01
While looking up teeth conspiracies (and Metallica) on the internet in Frylock's room, Shake and Meatwad make various popup windows appear in Frylock's room which start to spread throughout the house.
Air Date: 2002-12-08
Shake is missing his Personal Digital Assistant. The gang proceeds to look in the Adirondack mountains and in Carl's pool for it, until finally they confront the thief. If he IS a thief. Or maybe Shake's just greedy and wants his PDA.
Air Date: 2002-12-15
Mail Order Bride
As a Christmas present to themselves, Shake and Carl split the cost of a mail-order bride from Russia. Unfortunately, once she gets a look at her new "husbands" she freaks out and locks herself in Carl's house, leaving Carl stuck outside.
Air Date: 2002-12-22
Cybernetic Ghost of Christmas Past from the Future
Carl is visited by the Cybernetic Ghost Of Christmas Past From The Future and learns that his house is built on an elfin graveyard, thus causing his pool to fill with blood. Then the Cybernetic Ghost Of Christmas Past From The Future recounts a long story about the first Christmas.
Air Date: 2002-12-29
The second season of the animated television series, Aqua Teen Hunger Force originally aired in the United States on Cartoon Network's late night programming block, Adult Swim. Season two started on May 25, 2003 with "Super Birthday Snake" and ended with "The Last One" on December 31, 2003, with a total of twenty four episodes. This season continues to focus on the surreal adventures and antics of three anthropomorphic fast food items: Master Shake, Frylock, and Meatwad, who live next door to Carl Brutananadilewski in a suburban neighborhood in New Jersey. With twenty four episodes, season two is the longest season of the series so far. Episodes in season two were written and directed by Dave Willis and Matt Maiellaro, and have either a TV-14 or a TV-PG parental rating. Almost every episode in this season features a special guest appearance, including the season finale "The Last One" which features the return several guests from the first two seasons, who have reprised their roles. This season has been made available on DVD, and other forms of home media.
Super Birthday Snake
Meatwad asks for a bunny for his birthday, but Master Shake gets him the wrong gift... a snake! Frylock accidentally kills Meatwad and Master Shake after the snake eats them. Free from his friends, Frylock takes up a life of crime and sex.
Air Date: 2003-05-25
Master Shake decides to become a superhero named "The Drizzle". In his attempt to be noticed, he douses himself in toxic waste, hands out "Drizzle Phones" and orders a costume.
Air Date: 2003-06-01
After Meatwad finds two Super Bowl tickets inside a bag of chips, everyone tries to get on his good side in order to claim the second ticket. Soon the contest goes to Meatwad's head and he tries to take advantage of Carl and Shake.
Air Date: 2003-06-08
Frylock invents a new, ridiculously advanced super computer but Shake's incompetence sends it careening into Carl's house. Frylock builds another one but the advanced technologies involved accidentally send the machine back in time!
Air Date: 2003-06-15
Master Shake comes back from a trip to Guatemala with a new nose. With his new-found "beauty", Shake sets out to make himself the best damn looking person in the world.
Air Date: 2003-06-22
While The Aqua Teens are chilling in Carl's Pool one day, an alien tentacle reaches out and grabs Shake. The alien uses Shake as his method to speak with the others. The problem is, the alien only speak Japaneses. The alien is also not housebroken. Frylock takes it upon himself to civilize this new comer from space.
Air Date: 2003-06-29
Super Sir Loin
Meatwad goes on a hunger strike "For the Shorties" due to the subliminal messages in Sir Loin's new album. However, he doesn't stop there, ravaging all the food in the house for Sir Loin's "Hunger Drive". Something seems strangely familiar.
Air Date: 2003-08-31
When Shake forgets (or decides not) to pay all the bills, all the utilities and accessories get cut off. Instead of paying the bills himself, Frylock decides to teach Shake a lesson and leaves the house with any type of utility. Shake simply takes refuge in Carl's house.
Air Date: 2003-09-07
The Meat Zone
Somehow, Meatwad develops an amazing ability to see the future upon touching someone. Shake decides to exploit him for loads of money while Frylock is out to prove its all fake.
Air Date: 2003-09-14
Sick of losing every week at team trivia to his arch enemy, Wayne the Brain, Frylock decides to up his game. He subjects Shake and Meatwad to his special kind of tutoring and drag Carl along for the ride.
Air Date: 2003-09-21
Emory and Oglethorpe pay the Aqua Teens another visit, only this time they decide to steal their cable using the Fargate, and control what they're watching using the Universal Remonster.
Air Date: 2003-09-28
Frylock's new invention inadvertently destroys Carl's body leaving only an infuriated head. Frylock decides to rebuild Carl's body by any means necessary which includes grave robbing and robot building.
Air Date: 2003-10-05
Revenge of the Trees
With a huge vat of oil left over from his Labor Day feast, Shake creates a foul environment in the Aqua Teen's front lawn. With the help of Carl, the two dump the oil in the woods, but pay a hefty price in return.
Air Date: 2003-10-12
Spirit Journey Formation Anniversary
Shake puts together a metal version of the "Birthday Song" hoping to cash in on the royalties. But, when Zakk Wylde come looking for his cut of the money, things go all wrong for Shake.
Air Date: 2003-10-19
It's Halloween at the Aqua Teen headquarters and a monster comes down from the attic...to get his mail. Much to his chagrin, the monster is unable to scare anyone - until he reveals a gruesome secret.
Air Date: 2003-10-26
Shake uncovers a delicious, demoniacally possessed submarine sandwich in his front yard. A voice tells him if he eats the whole thing, he will be killed. Shake must battle the Last Temptation of the Broodwich or lose his life.
Air Date: 2003-11-02
With his prized car destroyed, Carl is left with no choice but to donate it to the Kidney Foundation. In a bad twist of fate, the Kidney Foundation donates the car to Meatwad.
Air Date: 2003-11-16
The Wisdom Cube claims to hold all the known knowledge in the universe, but it seems he only possesses a knack for tiresome anecdotes. Frylock has his doubts if this is all for real.
Air Date: 2003-11-23
DP and Skeeter, fraternity brothers from outer space, get lost along the way back home and crash on earth. They quickly become unwanted and Skeeter pulls out but leaves DP behind to be handled by the Aqua Teens.
Air Date: 2003-11-30
Carl gets a new head of hair and doesn't wait to show it off to the Aqua Teens. However, when the hair begins to make Carl act strangely, Frylock fears the worst. Carl's been clowned!
Air Date: 2003-12-07
While sitting down to eat their Thanksgiving dinner one week after Thanksgiving, the Aqua Teens are interrupted by a robotic turkey who is determined to save their turkey and take it back in time in the time rift.
Air Date: 2003-12-23
After Shake's antics finally push him too far, Frylock leaves the Aqua Teen's house. Without Frylock around to hold him back, Shake lays waste to the house and tortures Meatwad as he never has before. Carl soon feels the effects of not having Frylock around.
Air Date: 2003-12-21
After breaking one too many TVs, we learn that Frylock has been cloning them the entire time. The newest TV seems a bit off, and they find a new use for the cloning machine.
Air Date: 2003-12-31
The Last One
Several of the Aqua Teens' enemies gather on the moon to plot their next move. After a long while, things don't seem to progress and all that has been managed are the deaths of half the members.
Air Date: 2003-12-31
The third season of the animated television series, Aqua Teen Hunger Force originally aired in the United States on Cartoon Network's late night programming block, Adult Swim. Season three started on April 25, 2004 with "Video Ouija" and ended with "Carl" on October 24, 2004, with a total of thirteen episodes. This season continues to focus on the surreal adventures and antics of three anthropomorphic fast food items: Master Shake, Frylock, and Meatwad, who live next door to Carl Brutananadilewski in a suburban neighborhood in New Jersey. Season three is the only season to feature Spacecataz cold opens, in place of Dr. Weird and Steve. In season three the cold openings featuring Dr. Weird and Steve, were replaced with clips from the failed pilot Spacecataz, a potential spin-off of Aqua Teen Hunger Force. Episodes in season three were written and directed by Dave Willis and Matt Maiellaro, and have TV-14 parental rating. Almost every episode in this season features a special guest appearance, which continues a practice used in past seasons. This season has been made available on DVD, and other forms of home media.
Meatwad's new video game allows him to contact the dead. But by the time Shake commits suicide in order to haunt the Video Ouija realm himself, Meatwad has already lost interest in digital seances.
Air Date: 2004-04-15
When Meatwad eats a very important microchip, Frylock must shrink down to retrieve it. However, while shrunk, Shake seizes the moment to capture him and shrink Carl and Meatwad. All three of them are now at Shake's mercy.
Air Date: 2004-05-09
Mooninites 3: Remooned
The Mooninites return again, only this time to cash in a check. Seeing their cash, Meatwad and Shake both try to impress the Mooninites so they get some of the dough.
Air Date: 2004-08-15
A billboard with the face of a religious icon seems to have given Meatwad the gift of a child. Frylock doesn't trust the "pregnancy" is all it's cracked up to be.
Air Date: 2004-08-22
Shake's E-Helmet is loaded with superfluous gadgets, but somehow an add-on player piano isn't enough to satisfy his lust for convenience.
Air Date: 2004-08-29
MC Pee Pants is back! Reincarnated as an old man in a retirement home, he is releasing music to get people to come visit him and, of course, Meatwad falls pray to his subliminal messages. But is there something else he wants?
Air Date: 2004-09-05
Frylock and Shake are forced to take jobs at a restaurant in the mall and leave Meatwad under the care of Carl. Frylock comes home after their first day to find Carl had ignored Meatwad completely and that Meatwad had helped himself to the medicine cabinet. Frylock then builds a robot babysitter for Meatwad.
Air Date: 2004-09-12
Mooninites 4: The Final Mooning
Meatwad has a new video game to play. Upon beating it, the Mooninites drop in to crown him the Moon Master and call on him to help them defeat a great foe.
Air Date: 2004-09-19
With a case of beer on the line, Meatwad, Carl, and Shake all battle to see who can loose the most weight. Carl uses a special candy bar to drop pounds while Frylock makes Meatwad lose weight the manual way. Shake just works to impede the others.
Air Date: 2004-09-26
In an attempt to bring the Olympics to New Jersey, Shake destroys the gas line. When Frylock calls the city to fix it, they send over Dusty Gonzongas, the hottest stripper from the Wild Wild Chest club thus causing plenty of tension between Shake and Carl.
Air Date: 2004-10-03
T-Shirt of the Living Dead
An ancient and all powerful T-shirt gives Meatwad amazing powers to see and know all. Meatwad uses his new powers to summon Santa Claus and a hoard of Easter Bunnies.
Air Date: 2004-10-10
When Hypno-Germs invade Shake's brain, they force him to do a number of insane things. Frylock uses Mexican jumping-beans to combat the germs in Shakes head with a theatrical spectacular!
Air Date: 2004-10-17
When the Aqua Teens go to Panama City for a vacation, Meatwad leaves Carl to babysit Dewey, Vanessa, and Boxy Brown. At first, Carl thinks not having the Aqua Teens around is great, but soon realizes that hanging around the neighborhood by himself is a real drag.Meanwhile, in Panama City, Meatwad tries to start a comedy act, Frylock tries to get some action, and Shake loafs around the hotel room.
Air Date: 2004-10-24
The fourth season of the animated television series, Aqua Teen Hunger Force originally aired in the United States on Cartoon Network's late night programming block, Adult Swim. Season four started on December 4, 2005 with "Dirtfoot" and ended with "Carl Wash" which originally made two unannounced stealth airings on December 22, 2006 and January 7, 2007 and later made its official debut on March 25, 2007, with a total of thirteen episodes. This season continues to focus on the surreal adventures and antics of three anthropomorphic fast food items: Master Shake, Frylock, and Meatwad, who live next door to Carl Brutananadilewski in a suburban neighborhood in New Jersey. This is the final season to air before the 2007 release Aqua Teen Hunger Force Colon Movie Film for Theaters, a feature length film based on the series. Episodes in season four were written and directed by Dave Willis and Matt Maiellaro, and have either a TV-14, TV-PG, or TV-MA parental rating. Almost every episode in this season features a special guest appearance, which continues a practice used in past seasons. During the airing of this season drummer Terence Yerves filed a lawsuit against Schoolly D and Cartoon Network, over claims that he had played a major role in writing the Aqua Teen Hunger Force theme song. This season has been made available on DVD, and other forms of home media.
Shake pretends to fall down a well, where he meets the legendary New Jersey monster known as Dirtfoot.
Air Date: 2005-12-04
Shake sells himself out to Boost Mobile, and now is forced to endlessly plug the service.
Air Date: 2005-12-11
Star Studded Xmas Spectacular
Master Shake reviews deleted scenes from the upcoming Aqua Teen movie.
Air Date: 2005-12-18
Carl suffers the consequences for ordering fast food at Wong Burger. Apparently, the owner Mr. Wong has a diabolical plan.
Air Date: 2006-10-22
Frylock creates a genetically mutated dog for Meatwad named Handbanana, who soon begins to periodically rape Carl.
Air Date: 2006-10-29
Party All the Time
Andrew W.K. guest stars in this very special episode about tragedy, courage and ultimately, redemption.
Air Date: 2006-11-26
Shake purchases an environmentally unfriendly grill.
Air Date: 2006-11-19
Grim Reaper Gutters
Clips from older shows are used. The Aqua Teens talk a lot about their past experiences. Carl goes crazy after finding out that Tara the porn star is visiting the Aqua Teens. He then runs into the grim reaper who poses as a gutter salesman.
Air Date: 2006-12-17
The Mooninites get Shake and Meatwad high by burning tires. Frylock doesn't fall for this trick and later the Mooninites finally explain to him why they have been pulling all of these pranks.
Air Date: 2006-12-22
Carl receives a visit from his favorite football star.
Air Date: 2006-12-10
Frylock investigates the mysterious alien antenna built atop Carl's house. What part does professional voice artist George Lowe play in the puzzle?
Air Date: 2006-12-17
Shake takes on the greatest role of his life: that of a father.
Air Date: 2006-12-22
Two floating brains (calling themselves Carl) hire Meatwad to advertise their dilapidated car wash. He is unable to attract customers, so with Shake's help, they get Carl to take his car in. The brains wreck his car, gas him, and remove his brain.
Air Date: 2006-12-22
When the Aqua Teens are chased out of there house, Carl tries to sell it. A bunch of robots move in and they are annoying Carl, and Carl is doing everything he can to stop them.
Air Date: 2008-01-20
When a trio of sirens move in, their wanton songs pique Carl's attention.
Air Date: 2008-01-27
The Aqua Teens must either escape the spider cocoons their landlord Marcula has trapped them in, or pay the rent they owe him, while Carl gets a new neighbor, a huge demon named Paul who is going through a difficult custody battle.
Air Date: 2008-02-03
Carl's new male enhancement device produces some unsavory side effects.
Air Date: 2008-02-10
Carl's home becomes a haven for furries.
Air Date: 2008-02-17
Master Shake's megalomania soars to new heights once he steals Frylock's laser-shooting contact lenses.
Air Date: 2008-03-02
A murderous ventriloquist dummy finds out that his favorite internal organ is the heart.
Air Date: 2008-03-09
When Meatwad unwittingly enlists the Aqua Teens into the Marine Corps, Frylock flees the country.
Air Date: 2008-03-16
Frylock decides to party with some friends he met through a social networking website.
Air Date: 2008-03-23
The Aqua Teens go to Boston for making a lightshow.
Air Date: 2015-01-31
Master Shake discovers a genie at the dump who promises to grant wishes, but instead turns the Aqua Teens invisible. After inadvertently killing him, they discover a shrunken Carl. Meatwad and Frylock try to restore their visibility, while Carl and Master Shake use their cursed states to spy on women.
Air Date: 2009-03-29
Shake Like Me
Master Shake is bitten by a radioactive black man and becomes black. Boxy Brown trys to make him a super star.
Air Date: 2009-04-05
A strange monster is inhabiting Carl's pool, and the Aqua Teens attempt to get to the bottom of the mystery. It turns out to be a mermaid, who has sex with Carl, Frylock, and Meatwad, who all explode as a result of being impregnated by the mermaid. Master Shake, meanwhile, does not explode, despite describing his supposed sexual encounter with the mermaid to no one, as they have exploded. Special Guests Vincent Pastore provides the voice of Terry (uncredited) and Dana Swanson as the She Creature
Air Date: 2009-04-12
Shake buys a magnet to attract women from a TV commercial. Shake does not put in a screw that came with the magnet, so it merely brings out the feminine side of the Aqua Teens.
Air Date: 2009-04-19
The Creature From Plaque Lagoon
Meatwad and Shake are set out to capture the Tooth Fairy.
Air Date: 2009-04-26
Frylock builds a time machine, but things don't go according to plan.
Air Date: 2009-05-03
2-And-A-Half Star Wars out of 5
A Pink Man tries to blow up the moon. Features a full-fledged orchestral score.
Air Date: 2009-05-10
Frylock begins acting strangely after falling in love with a girl.
Air Date: 2009-05-17
Der Inflatable Fuhrer
Frylock takes up some side work.
Air Date: 2009-05-24
The Last Last One Forever and Ever
The Aqua Teens find out that there is a fire in the water. This is a live-action episode, starring T-Pain as Frylock and H. Jon Benjamin as Master Shake.
Air Date: 2009-05-31
A PE Christmas
The Aqua Teens are going to release a Christmas album, but first, they have to steal an identity!
Air Date: 2009-12-13
After moving into their new crib, the Aqua Teens re-unite with some old friends.
Air Date: 2010-02-07
Carl starts raking used condoms onto the Aqua Teens' yard, giving Frylock the idea to make a duck out of them. Meatwad accidentally brings him to life but unfortunately finds him to be a bad role model.
Air Date: 2010-02-14
Master Shake builds a pinball machine designed after himself. He runs out of pinballs, and the Aqua Teens travel to Death Island to collect pinball eggs from a flightless bird.
Air Date: 2010-02-21
Meatwad is terrified of the monsters living in the house, so Frylock tries to help him come to terms with it. Shake tries to make things worse.
Air Date: 2010-02-28
Hands on a Hamburger
The Aqua Teens compete in a contest at a suspiciously-familiar burger chain, unaware that they are pawns in Dr. Wongburger's latest scheme.
Air Date: 2010-03-28
I Am a Pod
A pod attempts to replicate Shake and then follow Chickenfoot on the road.
Air Date: 2010-04-04
Guest stars the Insane Clown Posse.
Air Date: 2010-04-04
Master Shake cuts Meatwad into pieces as punishment for a crime neither can remember, only to find every chunk retains his consciousness.
Air Date: 2010-04-11
Kangarilla and the Magic Tarantula
Master Shake and Frylock become addicted to a cell phone game which is unfortunate timing for the ghosts that haunt them since cell phones kill the ghosts.
Air Date: 2010-04-18
Larry Miller Hair System
Larry Miller gives Carl a glimpse of what his life would be like...with HAIR!
Air Date: 2010-04-25
The 100th episode. Plot revolves around a parody of the Mayan '2012' prophecy and the '23' Enigma. Dana Snyder breaks character to get syndication money. The second half is a parody of the old Scooby Doo cartoon.
Air Date: 2010-05-02
Allen, Part One
Master Shake awakens to a surprise after a stint in a hyper-sleep chamber.
Air Date: 2011-05-08
Allen, Part Two
Master Shake faces the future ruler of Earth.
Air Date: 2011-05-15
Carl must face the consequences of his drinking.
Air Date: 2011-05-22
Master Shake gets a tattoo that is alive and controls him.
Air Date: 2011-06-05
Shake encounters financial woes that could have disastrous results.
Air Date: 2011-06-12
A vampire virus devastates the world, but the guys may have a cure.
Air Date: 2011-06-19
Frylock gets a smartphone.
Air Date: 2011-06-26
Shake and Carl date the same woman simultaneously.
Air Date: 2011-07-10
Shake's lasagna tempts Carl.
Air Date: 2011-07-17
Last Dance For Napkin Lad
It's all cloaks and daggers until somebody gets hurt. And someone will!
Air Date: 2011-07-24
Not much is known yet, other than Frylock is playing with Gerald, a nine year old kid, presumed to be Carl's son, and they are building a soap-box derby racer reminiscent of 2 Wycked, when Carl breaks down and destroys it. It is then that Gerald's mother pulls over in the car, presumed to be a hooker Carl knocked up.
Air Date: 2012-05-20
Chicken and Beans
Meatwad indulges into projectile vomiting while performing on stage with Frylock. This instantly makes him a viral hit on the Internet, giving him fame and fortune, a new band, and a massive ego.
Air Date: 2012-07-01
Shake gets a mythical shirt that takes him back to the land of dragons where he rules as their king.
Air Date: 2012-07-08
Rocket Horse Jet Chicken
Meatwad writes and draws a graphic novel about him performing surgery, in hopes that Shake will write a promotional blurb about it.
Air Date: 2012-07-15
The Granite Family
Shake is offered a tour to the White House, however, he wanders off into the president's office and causes a potentially apocalyptic missile strike on the Earth in order to recreate his favorite televison series, The Granite Family. The Aqua Somethings require safety so they go with Carl in his bomb shelter.
Air Date: 2012-07-22
Master Shake bets on the house for pro-football, causing chaos with Shake as Terry and his assistant try to kill him.
Air Date: 2012-07-29
The Aqua Somethings must assemble and pilot an ancient, giant robot to defeat an old foe.
Air Date: 2012-08-05
Frylock's revolutionary social networking device summons a pre-release party of staggeringly douchebaggy proportions.
Air Date: 2012-08-12
Meatwad is visited by his favorite puppet star.
Air Date: 2012-08-19
A heavy metal band has a strange request.
Air Date: 2012-08-26
Aqua TV Show Show (or ATSS) was the alternative title given to the tenth season of the animated television series, Aqua Teen Hunger Force. The tenth season aired in the United States on Cartoon Network's late night programming block, Adult Swim. The season started on August 11, 2013 with "Muscles" and ran for a total of ten episodes. This season focused on the surreal adventures and antics of three anthropomorphic fast food items: Master Shake, Frylock, and Meatwad, who live next door to Carl Brutananadilewski in a suburban neighborhood in the fictional location Seattle, New Jersey, which is completely identical to their other previous homes seen in past seasons. In episode 6 the skyline of Philadelphia is displayed in the background.
Shake decides to get into shape by drinking an illegal fitness beverage after a health scare.
Air Date: 2013-08-11
Carl helps Shake train for the title of 'Coolest Dude Ever.
Air Date: 2013-08-18
Merlo Sauvignon Blanco
Shake must attend an intervention for his crippling addiction to shellfish.
Air Date: 2013-08-25
The Teens answer a distress signal from the mysterious Banana Planet while Master Shake is preoccupied with a honeybaked ham.
Air Date: 2013-09-08
Meatwad and Master Shake must earn money to get the cable turned back on by doing the unthinkable.
Air Date: 2013-09-15
Master Shake joins a drum circle. The Aqua backyard is home to yet another screaming specter summoned through the power of bongo beats.
Air Date: 2013-09-22
Master Shake falls for the perfect woman.
Air Date: 2013-09-29
Carl buys the contents of a storage unit to make a quick buck, and he comes across an amazing discovery.
Air Date: 2013-10-06
On a very special Aqua TV Show Show, we explore the deadly potential of viral marketing.
Air Date: 2013-10-13
Emory and Oglethorpe emerge from hypersleep only to learn that the duplicitous Mooninites have enslaved their entire race, the Plutonians. In order ease their boredom, the capricious Ignignokt and Err instruct Emory and Oglethorpe to investigate a living spaceship that is said to be carnivorous.
Air Date: 2013-10-20
In this final installment of the fantastic adventures of Meatwad, Master Shake, Frylock and Carl, a court ruling has made divorce illegal in America. Heavily-armed, unhappy couples across the continent are tearing each other apart, and it's up to Aqua Teen Hunger Force Forever to give them the marriage counseling they need.
Air Date: 2015-06-21
Shake and Meatwad investigate the DMV when a particular driving instructor draws suspicion.
Air Date: 2015-06-28
The Hairy Bus
Air Date: 2015-07-12
Carl is shrunk down in size in order to infiltrate Frylock's beehive and determine why the bees have stopped producing honey. Carl ignores his objective and instead becomes a tyrant who commands the obsequious bees to do his bidding.
Air Date: 2015-07-19
At long last Meatwad discovers the wonders of friendship. Unfortunately he falls in with the wrong crowd, a cocaine addicted amateur porn crew and their star actress Jubilee. Frylock races against time to prevent Meatwad from losing his virginity on film while Carl and Master Shake vie to take Meatwad's place in a kinky ménage à trois scene.
Air Date: 2015-07-26
Rabbit, Not Rabbot
After a prolonged absence Master Shake returns to his humble abode with a big new voice and an unconscious rabbit. When it is revealed that Shake and the rabbit have undergone a Freaky Friday style body swap, Frylock, Meatwad, and Carl attempt to set things right by way of public urination at the local Powerpuff Mall.
Air Date: 2015-08-02
Carl's mother battles cancer while he maxes out her credit cards.
Air Date: 2015-08-16
The Last One Forever and Ever
Aqua Teen Hunger Force take a bow in the series finale
Air Date: 2015-08-23
The Greatest Story Ever Told
Frylock and Carl use special shampoo to make themselves immortal.
Air Date: 2015-08-26
The Helpful Fox Senko-san
Like many hardworking members of the workforce, Kuroto Nakano is perpetually stressed out by his job. Still, since he lives alone, he must carry on to sustain himself. Little do humans like Kuroto know, this stress takes the form of darkness residing within a person's body and will bring one's life to ruin. Fox deities can see this darkness and have the duty to save people before it is too late. To help rid Kuroto of his stress, Senko-san, an eight hundred-year-old foxgirl, volunteers to take care of him, and will do everything she can to ease the tension in his weary soul.
The story revolves around Kaiman, who does not remember who he was before he was transfigured by a Magic user. This transformation left him with a reptile's head, and a desire to find out the truth about who he really is. Accompanied by Nikaido, his female companion, he tracks down Magic Users in "The Hole" and unceremoniously chomps down on their head, hoping to find out who it was that put him in this state. One by one, they witness this "second man" inside the head of Kaiman, and after pulling them back out of his mouth he asks them all a question... "What did the guy inside my head say?"
Morphed into a raccoon beastman, Michiru seeks refuge, and answers, with the aid of wolf beastman Shirou inside the special zone of Anima-City.
Seton Academy: Join the Pack!
Seton Academy, a school full of animals where, thanks to population decline, there are fewer humans than any other creature. Mazama Jin, an animal hater and the only human male in his class, falls in love with Hino Hitomi, the only female human, the moment he lays eyes her. However he soon finds himself entangled with various other creatures after he reluctantly joins the 'pack' of Lanka the wolf, the only other member of her pack. After getting to know each other, the two decide to create a cooking club, and after a few bad-blooded misunderstandings, Ranka soon joins the club as well. Thus begins the howl-some and howl-arious story of two normal humans; an adorable wolf; a cheerful koala; a sluggish, blonde sloth; and a feline with cattitude in their newfound club—in a story that teaches that friendship can be forged by creatures of different kinds.
This town should look familiar, but suddenly, it's not. The taxi driver Odokawa lives a very mundane life. He has no family, doesn't really hang out with others, and he's an oddball who is narrow-minded and doesn't talk much. The only people he can call his friends are his doctor, Gouriki and his classmate from high school, Kakibana. All of his patrons seem to be slightly odd themselves. The college student who wants to be noticed online, Kabasawa. A nurse with secrets, Shirakawa. A comedy duo, the Homosapiens... All these mundane conversations somehow lead to a girl who's gone missing.
In a world where beasts of all kinds coexist, a gentle wolf awakens to his own predatory urges as his school deals with a murder within its midst.
What I Like About You
Valerie Tyler is a 28-year-old organization freak who loves her 16-year-old sister Holly. Even if Holly is rambunctious. Spontaneous. Impulsive. Disconcerting. And definitely disorganized. Then Holly moves in with Val, and the sisters discover they may make better siblings than roomies.
Jessica Day is an offbeat and adorable girl in her late 20s who, after a bad breakup, moves in with three single guys. Goofy, positive, vulnerable and honest to a fault, Jess has faith in people, even when she shouldn't. Although she's dorky and awkward, she's comfortable in her own skin. More prone to friendships with women, she's not used to hanging with the boys—especially at home.
Peep Show follows the lives of two men from their twenties to thirties, Mark Corrigan, who has steady employment for most of the series, and Jeremy "Jez" Usbourne, an unemployed would-be musician.
How I Met Your Mother
A father recounts to his children - through a series of flashbacks - the journey he and his four best friends took leading up to him meeting their mother.
The central premise of Being Human is that various types of supernatural beings exist alongside human beings, with varying degrees of menace; that three of these supernatural beings are opting to live amongst human beings rather than apart from them; and that these three characters are attempting (as much as is possible) to live ordinary human lives despite the pressures and dangers of their situations. They are constantly threatened with exposure or persecution, with pressure from other supernatural creatures, and with problems caused by their attempts to deal with their own natures.
The three single roommates Janet Wood, Chrissy Snow and Jack Tripper all platonically share Apartment 201 in a Santa Monica, California apartment building owned by Mr. and Mrs. Roper.
Two and a Half Men
A hedonistic jingle writer's free-wheeling life comes to an abrupt halt when his brother and 10-year-old nephew move into his beach-front house.
Meet five lively animal friends who love to sing, dance and use their imaginations to embark on outrageous adventures to magical places.
Friends is an American television sitcom created by David Crane and Marta Kauffman, which aired on NBC from September 22, 1994, to May 6, 2004, lasting ten seasons. With an ensemble cast starring Jennifer Aniston, Courteney Cox, Lisa Kudrow, Matt LeBlanc, Matthew Perry and David Schwimmer, the show revolves around six friends in their 20s and 30s who live in Manhattan, New York City. The series was produced by Bright/Kauffman/Crane Productions, in association with Warner Bros. Television. The original executive producers were Kevin S. Bright, Kauffman, and Crane.
Dora the Explorer
A young girl named Dora goes on adventures with her red boot-wearing monkey named Boots.
Dragon Ball Z
After learning that he is from another planet, a warrior named Goku and his friends are prompted to defend it from an onslaught of extraterrestrial enemies.
Lucy is a 17-year-old girl, who wants to be a full-fledged mage. One day when visiting Harujion Town, she meets Natsu, a young man who gets sick easily by any type of transportation. But Natsu isn't just any ordinary kid, he's a member of one of the world's most infamous mage guilds: Fairy Tail.
Sam & Cat
Sam Puckett is loud, independent, and tough as nails, while Cat Valentine is sweet as pie and super flighty. But that doesn't stop this unlikely pair from becoming best buds and roomies! Together, they're a power duo with a love for fun and adventure -- it's just too bad that it doesn't come cheap. Burgers at their favorite robot restaurant Bots don't grow on trees, after all. A booming out-of-home babysitting business quickly becomes the answer to their empty-pocket problems, but also an extra reason for countless wacky adventures to come!
Two bored groundskeepers, Mordecai (a six-foot-tall blue jay) and Rigby (a hyperactive raccoon) are best friends who spend their days trying to entertain themselves by any means necessary, much to the displeasure of their boss. Their everyday pursuits often lead to things spiraling out of control and into the surreal.