The misadventures of a milkshake, an order of fries, a meatball, and their retired next door neighbor in the suburbs of New Jersey.
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 Frylock (137 episodes, 2000-2015)
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The Aqua Teen Hunger Force debuted on episode 92 "Baffler Meal" of the cartoon talk-show "Space Ghost Coast to Coast" According to TVtome.com, Master Shake is portrayed as being a chocolate milkshake in this episode, although he's a pistachio shake in the series Written by jake@oshadog.com

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The Plutonian's ship is based on the ship belonging to a villain named Uglor from the Teen Force cartoon. See more »

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Frylock: [on the Plutonian spaceship] Which one of these buttons beams me out of here?
Oglethorpe: Those buttons are red! YOU'LL DESTROY US ALL!
[Frylock presses a button and party music plays while balloons and confetti fall out of the ceiling]
Emory: Alright, party time.
Oglethorpe: Whose birthday is it? Someone gets a spanking!
[Frylock presses some more buttons until Master Shake beams in]
Master Shake: Hey! Happy birthday! Who's the lucky boy?
Frylock: SHAKE! How'd you get in this beam?
Master Shake: Look, that beam came from space. You don't own space, so stop acting...
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Referenced in Robot Chicken: Book of Corrine (2006) See more »

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Aqua Teen Hunger Force Theme
Written and Performed by Schooly-D
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Deliciously Funny
30 August 2004 | by (Chicago, Illinois) – See all my reviews

ATHF has become the favorite late night entertainment snack for my family. The DVD set does introduce each segment with the now infectious rap song that describes each of the Superheroes. The humor is all over the map and comes in the form of dialog and visual pratfalls. The art is done in a quirky style on the cheap but the humor is still rich. All heroes HAVE to have a great bad guy. My favorites are the Mooninites along with Oglethorpe and Emory. MC P Pants and Sir Loin are also very good.

Each of the opening bits with Steve and Dr. Weird stand alone as comic tidbits that get each segment going. Master Shake as the leader of the group garners most of the laughs in his desire to boss everyone around and ALWAYS remain the center of attention. Problem is that Master Shake has a very lame "power".


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