Several of the Aqua Teens' enemies gather to plot their next move.
Early shoots Rusty to prove that guns should be legal.
The Freemans find that Eddie Wuncler's new slavery theme park 'Freedomland' may be a bit too authentic, when they are trapped there and forced to be slaves. Huey must find a way to uproot them from this situation.
Schwarzwald is still alive, and he is distributing leaflets about the arrival of a great Leviathan. Needless to say, Alex Rosewater wants him stopped, and Paradigm Corporation tries to hold Roger to his old contract. Later, Paradigm City is indeed attacked by a Leviathan, but instead of mythical beast, it looks like another Megadeus.
A new judge takes the controversial stance of punishing criminals.
Early sells out to liberal Hollywood.
America declares war on Early's new neighborhood.
The squids have a nuanced and well thought out debate on the controversial practice of fracture mining.
Our writers imagine how Scrooge McDuck would do on Shark Tank, Fred Flintstone gets a colonoscopy, Shrek has a moment of clarity, and Doc from Mike Tyson's Punchout passes on to the great arena in the sky.
Meow gets jealous when Dandy finds a dog on a deserted planet, but when the pooch turns out to be carrying tiny alien stowaways, the crew might never see Boobies again!
While the United States transitions from British control to an independent nation, Thomas Jefferson's troubles mount and he finds himself forced into hiding. As a sea creature. He turns himself into a sea creature.
Uncle Gabby gives Drinky Crow a hernia, and feels guilt for the first time in his life, so he orders an immense Monkey God from the internet.
Drinky Crow's old girlfriend comes back into his life but is only interested in sex and slavery.
The trials of founding a new democracy, unique to the world, severely test founding father Thomas Jefferson.
Also, he turns into a wolf.
Rin, Shima and Izumo have been sent on a mission at the shore, only to find themselves working at Ocean House... There, they meet a boy named Yohei, and learn of a monster known as the 'Demon of the Sea.' Yohei has lost his father to this demon, and is planning for revenge. Worried that he'll take on the demon, Rin and the others vow to keep an eye on him. Just then, the sea undergoes a bizarre change!
In this very special episode, Taco loses his pants.
Maybe it was best that Harry didn't know his father.
The local gossip rag rekindles the Warden's memory of an old, beastly friend.
In an interdimensional fantasy world, heroes and villains alike must deal with everyday annoyances (and these annoyances are echoed through 'found-footage' 1980's toy commercials featuring these characters and situations). Created by Pete Levin and David F. Park.
That song sounds more Little Mermaid than Peter Gabriel.
Tyler's wig is by far the scariest thing in this skit.
He always looks so dreamy in 2-D.
You might want to jot down that number.
TOM gets you ready for a second season of dandy good times.
Only big bellied daddies get to eat this girl's backpacks and folders.
Readers of fantastical garbage get their secret wish.
Why does he call himself Donald?
Tim and Gregg give a five-bag summer blockbuster recap and discuss whether or not John Goodman is a true 'man of the blues.'
This is the only path to the NFL so don't muck it up.
Scouts call him 'the Barry Sanders of snuffing-the-lives-of-smaller-children.'
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