The Aqua Teens are going to release a Christmas album, but first, they have to steal an identity!
A computer simulation helps Carl see what his life would have been like with a full head of hair.
Shake discovers Meatwad's amazing power of replication.
Shake's new acquaintance has two loves in life: The band Chickenfoot, and human replication.
The one hundredth episode of Aqua Teen Hunger Force arrives with some startling revelations.
When a nuclear submarine goes missing off the coast of Wyoming, Shake is called in to lead an elite search team through the Caves of Reginald.
Frylock takes up some side work, and it's for the kids.
Frylock falls for a girl and like most men in love, begins acting insane.
The trio is offered a great deal on their lawn service.
Frylock makes a time machine that he and Shake use to compete for ruler of dimension boob.
Shake and Frylock touch a massive cheeseburger.
Meatwad can't get a good night's sleep because he thinks there might be a monster in his bedroom.
There's a monster living at the bottom of Carl's pool and the Mafia wants to take advantage of the situation.
After being bitten by a radioactive black man Shake learns what it's like to be a stereotype.
After moving into their new crib, the Aqua Teens re-unite with some old friends.
Frylock decides to party with some friends he met through a social networking website.
After awakening from months of hypersleep, the Plutonians are sent on a deadly mission by their new masters, the Mooninites.
On a very special Aqua TV Show Show, we explore the deadly potential of viral marketing.
Season 3 of Aqua Teen Hunger Force includes "The Cubing," "The Shaving," "The Clowning," "The Dressing," "THE," "The Cloning," and "The Last One." Plus, a few other episodes that don't start with "The." Those feature frat dudes from outer space, a new body for Carl, and evil trees.
Watch closely as Jersey's favorite fast-food trio unravels the mystery of the legendary Dirtfoot, battles cancer, makes pets from their own DNA, and explores the highest highs and highest lows of moonajuana, the drug of choice on the moon. Guest appearances by rockstar Andrew W.K., porn star Tera Patrick, and legendary New York Giants star center Bart Oates.
When Season 6 of the critically acclaimed series Aqua Teen Hunger Force begins, Jersey's most beloved fast food trio are nowhere to be found! Their sinister landlord, Marcula, is on the lookout for tenants that better suit his strange and evil whims. Let's hope the Aqua Teens find their way back to the single-story Jersey Shore rental property they call home!
First of all, they're not teens. Secondly, there's no water involved. The whole Hunger Force thing? That's probably misleading, too. In short, if you have to ask what Aqua Teen Hunger Force is about, it's probably not a show for you. Those in the know will go on thrilling to the adventures of Frylock, Meatwad, and Master Shake as they, you know...hang out.
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.
We found ourselves on the verge of tears last season as Meatwad, Master Shake, and Frylock bid adieux to their New Jersey rental home. Aqua Teen Hunger Force picks up where it left off: Chronicling their quest for a new place to put their stuff and pay rent. Watch, as noble men are brought low, heart rending sacrifices are made, and animation is animated.
It's Season 2 of Aqua Teen Hunger Force, and Frylock, Master Shake, and Meatwad are back to do pretty much nothing. Oh, except mail order a bride from Chechnya, take on Wayne the Brain in trivia, develop the OoGhiJ MIQtxxXA, and go on hunger strike "For the Shorties." Yeah, as we said, pretty much nothing.
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.
Carl buys the contents of a storage unit to make a quick buck, and he comes across an amazing discovery.
Master Shake finds love in a woman so perfect, it seems as if she were made for him.
Master Shake joins a hippie drum circle, and his new bongos harbor a dark secret.
After their cable TV is cut off, Meatwad and Master Shake hope to score some easy money by doing the unthinkable.
Meatwad's discovery of a mysterious banana-shaped planet calls for some last minute interplanetary exploration.