Master Shake finds love in a woman so perfect, it seems as if she were made for him.
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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.
Master Shake and Carl Split the cost of bringing a mail order bride over from Russia whom they both plan to marry.
A robot comes over and causes Carl's house--and pool--to fill with blood.
Meatwad gets a pet that seems to have an insatiable appetite for Aqua Teens.
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.
Frylock's revolutionary social networking device summons a pre-release party of staggeringly douchebaggy proportions.
Carl buys the contents of a storage unit to make a quick buck, and he comes across an amazing discovery.
On a very special Aqua TV Show Show, we explore the deadly potential of viral marketing.
After 15 years of animated entertainment, The Aqua Teen Hunger Force takes a bow. This is the last episode, seriously.
In the final installment of Aqua Teen Hunger Force, an all-star cast that has entertained millions finally makes its last, definitive, and finalmostest lastly final curtain call.
In their quest to assemble the most powerful workout machine in the known universe, the Aqua Teens discover more about their mysterious origins.