Aqua Teen Hunger Force (2000– )

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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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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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Dave Willis and Matt Maiellaro created a pilot episode for a show called "Spacecataz", which featured two recurring villains from the Aqua Teens series: the Mooninites and the Plutonians. Though the show was never actually produced, the pilot episode was cut into several little parts and placed before Aqua Teen episodes during season four, taking the place of the "Dr. Weird" opening shorts for a while. See more »

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Master Shake: Teeth are for gay people. That's why fairies come and get them.
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Instant masterpiece in the classic style!
5 January 2003 | by (Western Pennsylvania) – See all my reviews

If you really think about it, "ATHF" subscribes to the classic sitcom format, just like "Seinfeld." There's the brains of the outfit, Frylock (Jerry), the selfish jerk, Master Shake (George), and the eccentric goofball, Meatwad (Kramer). But what sets this show up there in the pantheon of great cartoons is the one-of-a-kind, surreal, stream-of-consciousness dialogue. Take a look at the "Dumber Dolls" episode with the incomparable David Cross as the most depressed talking doll ever. And his counterpart, Jiggle Billy, a dancing hillbilly doll has a musket, moonshine, and nightvision goggles. There's the classic comedy writing technique of the "three's"--with night vision goggles! That makes me chuckle just writing it. Or the hilariously obscure pop culture references, e.g., "Tangerine Dream" and the Atari 2600... The smarter you are, the funnier this show is.

Anyway, there's the theory behind it, but trust me, you don't have to analyze it to get it. This is a spectacularly flat-out, fall-down, laugh-out-loud funny show. It's simply amazing.


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