The doctors fight to save the hospital ward that houses ailing imaginary friends and also has great cell reception.
While tensions rise in the Dejima refugee camp, the Major hacks the refugee cyberbrain hub to determine Kuze's location.
A giant ant-man ruins Halloween.
Early discovers that his magic beans are far from magic.
Violence leads to marriage in a very special Squidbillies.
An encounter with a book-like alien lures Dandy to the great library planet with the promise of endless free food and booze, but the journey is interrupted by a space ambush!
Riley becomes the maligned target of gay rights groups after he calls his classmate 'gay.' In these sensitive times when everyone is offended by everything, Riley really has to watch what he says, even when his apology may upset people.
Early learns a valuable lesson about the downside of mind control.
Have you heard of The Boglins? The RC writers have. And they make a splash with a swamp song, we see what it's like to live the exciting life of a Lemming, Sleeping Beauty has a dream... and no one cares and a forbidden love blossoms between Shredder and April O'Neil.
Granny cheats death for another week.
Shake, Meatwad, and Carl present deleted scenes from the Aqua Teen Hunger Force movie.
The Aqua Teens' new genetically engineered dog is friendly with Carl.
Andrew W.K. guest stars in this very special episode about tragedy, courage and ultimately, redemption.
The Warden bans smoking, which begins a deadly race for the last pack.
Shake pretends to fall down a well, where he meets the legendary New Jersey monster known as Dirtfoot.
Truly the last voices you'd want to hear in space... or any other location.
Sleep doesn't stand a chance against this lineup.
Eren better reach the gate.
Bitch Pudding learns her lesson, becomes a kinder person, lives in harmony, and oh we're just kidding.
Triumph the Insult Comic Dog addresses a fantastic gathering of nerds (wait for it)... FOR HIM TO POOP ON.
Bitch Pudding meets a race of creatures that in no way resemble Smurfs.
Bitch Pudding delivers a heartfelt eulogy.
TOM's needs to cause virtual chaos are met.
Even dead grannies can't escape Bitch Pudding.
The buffs take a look at Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson's incredible transition into the world of acting, and Gregg gets a candid opinion on Woody Allen's new film from the resident On Cinema Woody Expert.
After making his way into the the Oval Office, Decker tells the president the hard facts about the terrorist nuclear threat. Does President Davidson have enough integrity to give Jack Decker the resources he needs to fight terror, or will our hero have to take things into his own hands?
High school is a rough place, Dandy.
More Bitch Pudding than you can possibly handle.
Never bet against a pissed off Luffy.
As if battling one Titan wasn't difficult enough...
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