Master Shake and Frylock take Meatwad to Boston to advertise him for an online auction.

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Matt Maiellaro ...
Err (voice)
Carey Means ...
Frylock (voice)
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Master Shake (voice)
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Master Shake and Frylock take Meatwad to Boston to advertise him for an online auction.

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31 January 2015 (USA)  »

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"Boston" is the only episode of the series to have never been aired on television. See more »

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Police Officer: Oh, no! He was the bomb, not the sandwich! The sandwich was harmless all along!
[It zooms out to a monitor watched by the Mooninites, dressed up as Muslim terrorists at a cave]
Ignignokt: Or so you think.
Err: Fool!
Ignignokt: For in a mere forty eight hours, this sandwich will rot in mold and envelop the panicked city in blue spores of... sandwich mold.
[Cut to Meatwad throwing away the sandwich]
Err: Oh, man. Look. He just threw it away.
Ignignokt: The sandwich?
[Cut back to the Moonitntes]
Err: Yeah, man! The sandwich.
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Spoofs Hairspray (2007) See more »

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Too Hilarious To Be Banned
28 August 2017 | by (Massachusetts, United States) – See all my reviews

One of my personal favorite episodes of Aqua Teen Hunger Force, it uses tons of Massachusetts humor in light of the 2007 Boston marketing mess-up. It is not as very controversial as many other banned episodes because it never directly offends the target. I loved the clever anachronisms with the Ghost of Paul Revere speaking in a voice similar to Mark Wahlberg while Benjamin Franklin spoke in a Colonial accent. Earl Weaver's argument with Revere is classic! The great thing about the episode is that it can be found throughout the internet for fans to watch. The entire episode is one joke after the next, which completely worked. Boston is a great episode.


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