Andrew W.K. guest stars in this very special episode about tragedy, courage and ultimately, redemption.


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Master Shake (voice)
Carey Means ...
Frylock (voice)
Himself (voice)
Matt Maiellaro ...
Live action guitar solo

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Andrew W.K. guest stars in this very special episode about tragedy, courage and ultimately, redemption.

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Animation | Comedy






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5 November 2006 (USA)  »

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Master Shake: Gentlemen, we have a time machine. And *this* is the key to Frylock's health. We can break it apart, light it on fire, and smoke the cancer out!
Meatwad: But don't smoking, like, cause cancer?
Master Shake: That has never been proven.
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Party Song
Created and Written by Dave Willis and Matt Maiellaro
Performed by Andrew W.K.
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An Episode for Frylock
17 June 2016 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Here's my take on this episode: it is, first and foremost, an episode for (or even by) Frylock. It is not simply about him, but rather an episode that reveals some of his deeper hopes.

Basically, his doctor informs him that he has cancer; Shake and Meatwad are up to their usual antics, but Shake's idea of blowing up the sun (however futile that attempt may be, and however worse off it may make the crew) actually carries alongside it a desire to help protect Frylock (from the sun, as he has melanoma according to the Doc.) the best way he possibly could.

Carl shows himself to be out of character: instead of being the heartless, distant, and self-centered person he typically is, he shows concern for Frylock and reminisces, however briefly, about how much Frylock has done for him. The whole crew shows concern for Fry. I think this reveals what he secretly hopes for, for the rest of the main crew to show that they care for him and that they support him; typically he's the one protecting and saving them (if he bothers to interfere, as opposed to leaving them to their ridiculous antics). Hence, why I view this episode for Frylock; one that shows more depth to his character than what may be seen from other episodes.

Even though this show may be seen as a silly cartoon with randomness and (perhaps) nonsense as the foundation to the humor, I think there's still reason to critique it.


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