Dr. 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.
Escape from Leprechaupolis
A gang of miscreant leprechauns takes out an ad on the Internet in an attempt to mug people for their shoes. The Aqua Teens ruin their plans when Master Shake finds them in the woods.
Bus of the Undead
Master Shake becomes convinced that a vampire bus is waiting for him outside. So, the Aqua Teens go to Memphis on a fact-finding mission.
Mayhem of the Mooninites
Master Shake rents out Meatwad's room to moon people. They end up being a bad influence on Meatwad. Frylock blasts them with his eye beams until they flee the planet.
Master Shake traps Meatwad in the clothes dryer for a week, accidentally giving him super powers. Meatwad ends up creating a balloon monster with his new electro-static power.
Space Conflict from Beyond Pluto
Frylock meets two aliens with suspicious motives. Their stupidity bores Frylock, so he trades places with Master Shake. Meanwhile, Meatwad burns down Carl's house.
Master Shake's filth creates a new life form, Ol' Drippy (who has excellent manners). Master Shake becomes jealous of Ol' Drippy's popularity and starts to behave obnoxiously.
Revenge of the Mooninites
The Mooninites return with a belt that grants them the abilities of a 70's super group. Using the belt's powers, they create all sorts of havoc... until Carl stops them.
Master Shake sells Meatwad to the circus, only to become jealous when Meatwad becomes a huge success. Shake tries to become a circus performer too, but no one likes him.
Meatwad becomes depressed because his brain is really a squeak toy. Frylock gives him a new super-brain, turning Meatwad into an arrogant jerk.
Frylock discovers a mummy in the crawlspace under the Aqua Teens' house. The mummy begins to extort favors from Frylock with the threat of an ancient Egyptian curse.
Meatwad gets a new doll, Happy Time Harry, which has a really bitter and jaded personality. Happy Time Harry's negativity begins to affect all of the Aqua Teens.
While surfing the Internet, Master Shake and Meatwad accidentally infect the house with obtrusive pop-up windows.
The villains, Emory and Oglethorpe, kidnap Master Shake and replace him with a "replicant" alien. However, Frylock and Meatwad soon realize the truth because the "replicant" doesn't really look like Shake.
Master Shake loses his PDA and he's convinced that it has been stolen by a mysterious, unknown Tar Monster.
Mail Order Bride
Master Shake and Carl Split the cost of bringing a mail order bride over from Russia whom they both plan to marry.
Frylock builds a supercomputer with mysterious powers. A guest from pre-history shows up to cash in on the invention.
Super Birthday Snake
Meatwad gets a pet that seems to have an insatiable appetite for Aqua Teens.
Meatwad wins some tickets to the Super Bowl. Who will he take with him to the big game?
Who is the "Drizzle"? Master Shake attempts to con his friends into believing that this "superhero"is real.
Master Shake takes a walk on the wild side as he attempts to fool with Mother Nature and undergo a radical transformation.
An alien spore monster with communication difficulties invades the Aqua Teen household.
Meatwad's fixation with a new rap star embroils the Aqua Teens in a sinister plot. Garbage, patio furniture and cows collide together to create an evil scheme.
After Shake flushes all the monthly bills down the toilet, the Aqua Teens must cope with life without electricity.
Wayne the Brain wins every "trivia night" at the bar. Frylock crams Shake full of information, hoping to beat the trivia champion.
Meatwad gains the power to see the near future. Shake tries to make a few bucks with Meatwad's new psychic abilities.
Frylock's new invention inadvertently destroys Carl's body, but the Aqua Teens manage to save his head. Creating a new body for Carl is the right thing to do, but can Frylock get it right?
Revenge of the Trees
The huge vat of oil left over from Shake's Labor Day feast creates a foul environment in the Aqua Teens' front lawn. As they will learn, dumping the oil in a vengeful forest wasn't the best solution to the problem after all.
DP and Skeeter, Fraternity brothers from outer space, visit the Aqua Teens looking to party.
Spirit Journey Formation Anniversary
Shake puts together a metal version of the "Birthday" song, hoping to cash in on royalties. Zakk Wylde guest stars as a collaborator on the endeavor.
His prized auto destroyed, Carl has no choice but to donate it to the Kidney Foundation. In a cosmic twist of fate, the Kidney Foundation donates the wrecked car to Meatwad.
The Wisdom Cube claims to hold all the wisdom in the universe, but it seems that it actually only possesses a knack for tiresome anecdotes.
It's Halloween at the Aqua Teen headquarters, and a monster comes down from the attic... to get his mail. Much to his chagrin, the monster is unable to scare anyone - until he reveals a gruesome secret!
It's the week after Thanksgiving, and the Aqua Teens are visited by a robotic turkey.
Frylock finally moves out of the Aqua Teen house after Master Shake pushes him too far.
When Meatwad eats a very important microchip, Frylock must shrink down to retrieve it.
The Mooninites return to Earth to cash a check. Meatwad and Shake help them out in hopes of getting a share of the money.
A billboard with the face of a famous religious icon seems to have given Meatwad the gift of child.
Shake's E-Helmet is loaded with superfluous gadgets, but somehow an add-on player piano isn't enough to satisfy his lust for convenience.
The Mooninites: Final Mooning
Only true Moon Masters can pass the third level of the Mooninite's video game.
The South Bronx Paradise Diet
With a case of beer on the line, Meatwad, Shake, and Carl battle to see who can lose the most weight.
The hottest stripper at the Wild Wild Chest creates tension between Shake and Carl.
T-Shirt of the Dead
An ancient Egyptian t-shirt gives Meatwad unfathomable powers. Special guest appearance by Santa Claus.
When Hypno-Germs invade Shake's brain, they put on a theatrical disaster in his head.
Shake pretends to fall down a well, where he meets the legendary New Jersey monster known as Dirtfoot.
Star Studded Christmas Spectacular Starring Rhon Geremi
Shake, Meatwad, and Carl present deleted scenes from the Aqua Teen Hunger Force movie.
A fast food restaurant's rip and win contest awards Carl the prize of genital mutilation.
Party All the Time
Andrew W.K. guest stars in this very special episode about tragedy, courage and ultimately, redemption.
Grim Reaper Gutters
An unusually persuasive gutter salesman interrupts an otherwise charming discourse on good times and good friends.
Carl unwittingly endangers the planet when he accepts 40 dollars a month to maintain an alien antenna.
With the Aqua Teens gone, a trio of Sirens move into their house. Their wanton songs pique Carl's attention.
The Aqua Teens must either escape the spider cocoons their landlord has trapped them in, or pay the rent they owe him.
A murderous ventriloquist dummy finds out that his favorite internal organ is the heart.
When Meatwad unwittingly enlists the Aqua Teens into the Marine Corps, Frylock flees the country.
The trio is granted the special gift of invisibility and immediately use it to spy on women in the bathroom.
Shake Like Me
After being bitten by a radioactive black man Shake learns what it's like to be a stereotype.
There's a monster living at the bottom of Carl's pool and the Mafia wants to take advantage of the situation.
Frylock makes a time machine that he and Shake use to compete for ruler of dimension boob.
Meatwad can't get a good night's sleep because he thinks there might be a monster in his bedroom.
Larry Miller Hair System
A computer simulation helps Carl see what his life would have been like with a full head of hair.
Shake's new acquaintance has two loves in life: The band Chickenfoot, and human replication.
When a vengeful angel makes him pay for his misdeeds, Shake looks to the forces of darkness for help.
Allen, Part 1
In the first part of this special two-part episode, Master Shake steps into a hyper-sleep chamber - and awakens to a perilous future.
Allen, Part 2
In the second part of this special two-part episode, Master Shake unwittingly comes face to face with the future ruler of earth, only to find himself in a fight for survival.
A new tattoo should bring Master Shake success with the ladies, if it doesn't bring death to everyone else.
Shake succumbs to predatory lending and the possibility of having his skull ripped out of his head.
Frylock's new smartphone causes catastrophic levels of apathy and views of the sitcom Entourage.
Rocket Horse and Jet Chicken
Meatwad shares his epic graphic novel with Shake, in hopes of getting him to write a promotional blurb for it.
Shake learns that when you bet against the house, sometimes you lose more than just your money.
Once assembled, the Fightan Titan stands to be the worst giant robot to ever fight for justice.
Frylock's revolutionary social networking device summons a pre-release party of staggeringly douchebaggy proportions.
After their cable TV is cut off, Meatwad and Master Shake hope to score some easy money by doing the unthinkable.
Rabbit, not Rabbot
Something is very odd about Master Shake after he returns from a long, mysterious journey with a talking rabbit.
The Last One Forever and Ever (For Real This Time)(We ****ing Mean It)
After 15 years of animated entertainment, The Aqua Teen Hunger Force takes a bow. This is the last episode, seriously.