History WesternAnimation / AquaTeenHungerForce

15th Jan '17 5:51:55 PM kazokuhouou
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* PayingInCoins: Carl tried to pay for a hooker's services with a giant jar of pennies, since there was nothing saying he couldn't. He gets knocked out a moment later by the {{Phlebotinum}} of the episode. The hooker leaves, dragging the jar of pennies with her.

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* PayingInCoins: Carl tried to pay for a hooker's services with a giant jar of pennies, since there was nothing saying he couldn't. He gets knocked out a moment later by the {{Phlebotinum}} of the episode. The hooker leaves, dragging the jar of pennies with her. In the penultimate episode, he gives Shake 20 dollars in Susan B. Anthony coins to pay for a hooker because he loves the irony of paying for a sex act with a feminist icon.
9th Jan '17 1:28:32 PM DastardlyDemolition
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* BlaxploitationParody: Boxy Brown, complete with afro, mustache, and disco theme song.



* SoundEffectBleep: The actual '''[BLEEP]''' sound was used extensively during the earlier seasons. Nowadays, it's mostly a fart sound, or an effect relevant to the episode.

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* SoundEffectBleep: The actual '''[BLEEP]''' sound was used extensively during the earlier seasons. Nowadays, it's mostly a fart sound, or an effect relevant to the episode. The season 3 episode "Gee Whiz" is one of the earlier episodes, as seen when Meatwad [[https://youtu.be/8fpD4I_dZq8?t=1m23s flips out]].



** "Global Grilling."

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** "Global Grilling."" Don't buy a grill that increases global warming or else monster men made of boogers will enslave the survivors.


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** '''[[ItMakesSenseInContext HE PEED ON ME, BITCH!]]'''
8th Jan '17 9:44:48 PM TomServo3000
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* ToHellAndBack: Happens to Shake in "Juggalo". ''Multiple times''.
30th Dec '16 8:50:26 AM TheMageofRacism
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For the first two seasons, the show featured [[TheTeaser teasers]] starring Dr. Weird, a MadScientist living in an abandoned New Jersey insane asylum (along with his long-suffering assistant, Steve), who may or may not have had a hand in creating the Aqua Teens (fans have long speculated over the meaning of a picture, seen in Frylock's room on occasion, that shows Frylock with a much younger Dr. Weird). While the earliest episodes of the series showed Dr. Weird revealing his latest invention (only for it to escape and cause mayhem for the Aqua Teens), later teasers had nothing to do with the episode that followed (compare the creation of Mothmonsterman to Dr. Weird ripping his own brain out over Steve not bringing him lunch...with the brain demanding fries and firing lasers at Steve immediately afterward). In the third season, the Dr. Weird clips were replaced with "Spacecataz", a failed pilot (split up into multiple parts) that followed the story of an escalating prank war between the Plutonians and the Mooninites. (The full, uncut pilot is an extra on one of the DVD sets for the show.) Episodes in the following seasons had no opening clips.

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For the first two seasons, the show featured [[TheTeaser teasers]] starring Dr. Weird, a MadScientist living in an abandoned New Jersey insane asylum (along with his long-suffering assistant, Steve), who may or may not have had a hand in creating the Aqua Teens (fans have long speculated over the meaning of a picture, seen in Frylock's room on occasion, that shows Frylock with a much younger Dr. Weird). While the earliest episodes of the series showed Dr. Weird revealing his latest invention (only for it to escape and cause mayhem for the Aqua Teens), later teasers had nothing to do with the episode that followed (compare the creation of Mothmonsterman to Dr. Weird ripping his own brain out over Steve not bringing him lunch...with the brain demanding fries and firing lasers at Steve immediately afterward). In the third season, the Dr. Weird clips were replaced with "Spacecataz", a failed pilot (split up into multiple parts) that followed the story of an escalating prank war between the Plutonians and the Mooninites. (The full, uncut pilot is an extra on one of the DVD sets for the show.) Episodes in the following seasons had no opening clips.
clips, with the exception of a cold opening being used in the Season 8 premiere as a one-off gag.
29th Dec '16 5:37:07 AM Morgenthaler
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A weird, crude, and often completely random original series from Williams Street Productions, ''[[WordSaladTitle Aqua Teen Hunger Force]]'' (2000 - 2015) is a show which has nothing to do with water (save their neighbor's pool and the occasional beach trip), teenagers, or whatever a "hunger force" is, and instead covers the adventures of three amateur detectives/superheroes (only for the first few episodes, though - the rest of the series has them reduced to bums; this is commented on at least twice later in the series) living in NewJersey. The Aqua Teens first appeared as one-off characters in a formerly unaired episode of ''WesternAnimation/SpaceGhostCoastToCoast'' (also a William Street production), but were eventually given their own show -- [[AdaptationDistillation with changes to their appearances and personalities]].

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A weird, crude, and often completely random original series from Williams Street Productions, ''[[WordSaladTitle Aqua Teen Hunger Force]]'' (2000 - 2015) is a show which has nothing to do with water (save their neighbor's pool and the occasional beach trip), teenagers, or whatever a "hunger force" is, and instead covers the adventures of three amateur detectives/superheroes (only for the first few episodes, though - the rest of the series has them reduced to bums; this is commented on at least twice later in the series) living in NewJersey.UsefulNotes/NewJersey. The Aqua Teens first appeared as one-off characters in a formerly unaired episode of ''WesternAnimation/SpaceGhostCoastToCoast'' (also a William Street production), but were eventually given their own show -- [[AdaptationDistillation with changes to their appearances and personalities]].
27th Dec '16 12:55:11 PM Vorhias
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** The equally digit-less Plutonians attempt to do this during the Spacecataz shorts, to little success.
21st Dec '16 5:12:11 PM TomServo3000
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* AllAdultAnimationIsSouthPark: The post-movie seasons episodes (season 5 onwards) fall into this, with the episodes being more vulgar and violent, courtesy of the show's SeasonalRot (also courtesy of the writers getting [[ProtectionFromEditors completely free-reign content-wise]]).

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* AllAdultAnimationIsSouthPark: The post-movie series became this Season 4 and onwards, while earlier seasons episodes (season 5 onwards) fall into this, with the episodes being more vulgar and violent, courtesy of the show's SeasonalRot (also courtesy of the writers getting [[ProtectionFromEditors completely free-reign content-wise]]).were much tamer in comparison.
23rd Nov '16 4:54:33 PM TomServo3000
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* CruelAndUnusualDeath: Too many instances to count, usually involving Carl or Master Shake, but subverted because of the {{Snap Back}} nature of the show. Not to mention its just [[HilarityEnsues hilarious]].

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* CruelAndUnusualDeath: Too many instances to count, usually involving especially for Carl or and Master Shake, but subverted because of the {{Snap Back}} nature of the show. Not to mention its just [[HilarityEnsues hilarious]].Shake.
8th Nov '16 3:03:35 PM Discar
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* AManIsNotAVirgin
** "Oh, [Handbanana]'s not a boy anymore. He's a man. '''BECAUSE HE JUST RAPED ME!!'''"
** Fun fact: the mermaid in Carl's pool has slept with everyone in the cast '''but''' Shake, as they [[BodyHorror explode from having a thousand mermaid eggs impregnated in them]]. Yes, ''including Meatwad.''
7th Nov '16 7:22:59 AM dlchen145
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* BadAss:
** Boxy Brown: I'm just a '''WHAT''', bitch?
** [[Film/EscapeFromNewYork Y-You're the duke of New York! You're A-Number one!]]
* TheBadGuyWins: The ending to "Broodwich". As a reward for passing the last temptation of the Broodwich, Shake is given a skeletal bride which he promptly turns down. The voice then says his ''real'' prize is free brain surgery and forces Shake to eat the picked off sun-dried tomatoes. He is sent to the other dimension and the episode ends with him getting attacked by an axe.
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