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Aqua Teen Hunger Force

Aqua Teen Hunger Force


Aqua Teen Hunger Force is an American animated comedy shown on Cartoon Network as part of its Adult Swim late-night programming block. The series features three anthropomorphic fast food items—the Aqua Teen Hunger Force or Aqua Teens—whose stated purpose is to solve crimes.

The title of the show is a decided misnomer: The characters have no major affiliation with water (though many episodes involve their neighbor's pool), they aren't teenagers (though their ages are never really established), and they are rarely shown as any kind of a force, although they did used to be detectives. "Hunger" seems to be the only word that has a bearing on the characters' lives.
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Cast
Dana Snyder
voiced Master Shake
Carey Means
voiced Frylock
Dave Willis
voiced Meatwad, Carl, Ignignokt, Boxy Brown, Various
Matt Maiellaro
voiced Err, Markula, Various
C. Martin Croker
voiced Dr. Weird, Steve, Various
Andy Merrill
voiced Oglethorpe

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Recaps
2x3: Super Bowl recap: When Meatwad wins two tickets to the Superbowl out of a bag of Enchiladitos, Carl and Shake try to befriend him for the extra ticket. Meatwad ends up bringing Boxy Brown to a hen house, leaving the tickets at home to go to waste. Shake ends up with diabetes and cancer after eating too many Enchiladitos, trying to win his own pair of tickets... read more.

2x1: Super Birthday Snake recap: Meatwad excitedly awaits the arrival of his new bunny, but Shake gets him a snake instead. The snake eats Meatwad and Shake, and Frylock kills them both when he trys to save them. Frylock turns into a "bad seed" and kills Carl as well. However, it turns out that it is just a dream of Meatwad's, pursued by a computer simulation; proving that Meatwad is not ready for the responsibility of a pet... read more.

1x18: Cybernetic Ghost Of Christmas Past From The Future recap: In the middle of February, the Cybernetic Ghost of Christmas Past comes to town, and confronts Carl about his childhood. After he leaves, Carl finds his pool full of Elves' blood. From here, Carl and the Aqua Teens try to listen as the Ghost tells his long and boring tale of why the elves' blood is present. Carl sells his house to Glenn Danzig, who is interested in the elves blood. Soon, even the ghost finds Glenn annoying, as he tries to hide from him.
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1x17: Mail Order Bride recap: It's Christmas time! Meatwad wants hair and a blow dryer, and Frylock wants some sunglasses. But greedy Shake is printing a huge list of gifts for himself which, unfortunately for Frylock, is ruining the printer. On the top of his list is a Mail Order Bride for him and Carl from some remote place in Russia. Meanwhile, Meatwad and Frylock are discussing Christmas presents.Meatwad gives Frylock some hand-made sunglasses. While, Frylock gives Meatwad the presents he asked for. Eventually, they light the Christmas tree on fire. When the foreign prostitute arrives, she doesn't understand English. One look at the giant milkshake and the hairy man and what he wants her to wear sends her running into Carl's house. She locks herself in, and eventually makes off with Carl's car. The Aqua Teens and Carl then celebrate with some cheap Christmas music... read more.

1x15: Interfection recap: Shake tells Meatwad that there is no reason to brush his teeth because plaque is just a conspiracy conceived by the media. To prove it, Shake does an on-line search for "plaque conspiracy" among other irrelavant things. Some ads start to pop, and Shake, being the gullible fool he is, clicks on them hoping to get free stuff. Soon, the ads start appearing outside the computer, but Shake keeps pressing them. One even goes right through the computer, but that doesn't stop the ads from coming. Frylock gets home and finds out, but Shake doesn't stop. Eventually, the pop-ups are too much to handle, and the Aqua Teens are forced to move out for two weeks... read more.
Recurring Guests

Matt Maiellaro as Satan (8 eps)
Vishal Roney (3 eps)
Chris Ward (1) as Young Carl (3 eps)
H. Jon Benjamin as Mr. Sticks (3 eps)
David Cross as Happy Time Harry (3 eps)
George Lowe as Standards & Practices Announcer (3 eps)
Dave Willis as Singing Puppet (2 eps)
Scott Hilley as Flargon (2 eps)
Jim Fortier as Shrub (2 eps)
Michael D. Hanks (1) as Homeless Man (2 eps)

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Warning: Aqua Teen Hunger Force guide may contain spoilers
Classification: Animation
Genre: Adult Cartoons
Status: Returning Series
Network: Adult Swim ( USA)
Airs: Sundays at 11:55 pm
Runtime: 15 Minutes
Premiere: September 09, 2001
Episode Order: 10
Themes
   
Akas
• Aqua Something You Know Whatever (Season 9)
• Aqua TV Show Show (Season 10)
• Aqua Unit Patrol Squad 1 (Season 8)
• ATHF (Alternate title), (Used In USA)
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