The Aqua Teen Hunger Force Wiki is a collaborative project with the goal of creating the definitive encyclopedia and reference database for everything related to Aqua Teen Hunger Force that anyone can edit. Started on August 13,we are currently working on articles. Aqua Teen Hunger Force also known under many other alternate titles is an animated television series currently airing on Cartoon Network's late-night block, Adult Swim.
For nearly fifteen years Aqua Teen Hunger Force has left us all confused and amused. There, the two dreamed of a team consisting of a talking milk shake, a wad of meat, and a floating pack of fries who all lived together in Southern New Jersey. I imagine the past few months have been pretty emotional for you guys.
I love the show, but it's been on the thin line. If it wasn't for frylockthe shit would drive me crazy meatwad is stupid and funny, but master shake gets me mad sometimes. Frylock keeps the balance so the show isn't completely stupid.
The absurdist show is the work of several people, including series creators Dave Willis and Matt Maiellaro and voice actors Dana Snyder and Carey Means. Willis and Snyder are also involved in another Adult Swim show, Squidbillieswhich is another experiment in anthropomorphism, this time involving hillbilly squids in middle America. I may be reaching about the telethon, but you never know with these guys.
We found ourselves on the verge of tears last season as Meatwad, Master Shake, and Frylock bid adieux to their New Jersey rental home. In it's ninth season, Aqua Teen Hunger Force picks up where it left off: Chronicling their quest for a new place to put their stuff and pay rent. Watch, as noble men are brought low, heart rending sacrifices are made, and animation is animated.
Weird invents a giant mechanical robot that destroys Carl's car. The Aqua Teens head to the mall to see if they can solve the mystery. A gang of miscreant leprechauns takes out an ad on the Internet in an attempt to mug people for their shoes.
The week of September 9th, was fated to become the most historically significant week of the new millennium. Had the attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon never occurred, however, the week would still be remembered—albeit far less intently — for a handful of significant cultural events. To slightly less fanfare than either of these events, the Cartoon Network premiered its new adult-viewers block, Adult Swim.
IT takes a certain sensibility to enjoy a show about a floating box of French fries; a giant, self-important milkshake; and a talking wad of meat who share a beat-up house in New Jersey and routinely suffer deaths of fantastic gore. And, until recently, it was virtually unknown by the general public. Police shut down the city for what turned out to be lighted silhouettes of a show character holding up his middle finger. Those would be the more than 1 million viewers, most of them toyear-old men, who take this absurdist show far more seriously than the creators intended.
The Aqua Teens originated as one-off characters in a formerly unmade episode of Space Ghost Coast to Coast also a Williams Street productionbut were eventually given their own show — with changes to their appearances and personalities. Their "adventures" are usually limited to making each other's lives hell or doing the same to their next-door neighbor Carl Brutananadilewski - a fat, bald, slovenly Joe Average - by borrowing his stuff or swimming in his backyard pool without permission. The Aqua Teens occasionally have run-ins with bizarre monsters or aliens who turn out to be more obnoxious than they are evil.