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.
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.
Shake's new acquaintance has two loves in life: The band Chickenfoot, and human replication.
Shake and Frylock touch a massive cheeseburger.
In this very special episode of Aqua Unit Patrol Squad 1, Carl's drinking problem comes to an ugly head.
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.
In a world where a vampire inducing virus has decimated mankind, the Aqua Unit Patrol Squad 1 may have stumbled upon a cure.
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.
Master Shake joins a hippie drum circle, and his new bongos harbor a dark secret.
Master Shake finds love in a woman so perfect, it seems as if she were made for him.
In their quest to assemble the most powerful workout machine in the known universe, the Aqua Teens discover more about their mysterious origins.