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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.
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.
Meatwad gains the power to see the near future. Shake tries to make a few bucks with Meatwad's new psychic abilities.
When Hypno-Germs invade Shake's brain, they put on a theatrical disaster in his head.
Carl is left to babysit Dewey, Vanessa, and Boxy Brown while the Aqua Teens are away on vacation.
Shake pretends to fall down a well, where he meets the legendary New Jersey monster known as Dirtfoot.
Frylock falls for a girl and like most men in love, begins acting insane.
Wearing Carl's amazing rock-and-roll fantasy shirt comes at a heavy price.
Meatwad shares his epic graphic novel with Shake, in hopes of getting him to write a promotional blurb for it.
Re-making a 50 year old, painfully familiar sitcom is never a bad idea - unless you do actually do 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.
In their quest to assemble the most powerful workout machine in the known universe, the Aqua Teens discover more about their mysterious origins.