Drippy: Oh my... he's gotten a cold. He needs a doctor.
Frylock: He needs an ass-whuppin is what he needs!
Frylock: He got hit by a truck!
Shake: He's in a better place.
Frylock: He's in the grill of the truck!
The Bad Replicant Major Shake gets one just for being so calm about his existence.
Frylock in Super Birthday Snake:
"Meatwad wants a rabbit, but Shake gets him a snake instead, which ends up eating them both. After killing the two accidentally in an attempt to free them from the snake, Frylock goes off the deep end and degenerates into a life of crime and cheap, meaningless sex."—-Wikipedia.
Frylock: Yeah man, they've been holding me down for too long. Got the house all to myself...now I can do what I always wanted to do: hang out with the wrong crowd. So, uh, why don't you pick up a couple of bitches and come over tonight? Or I'll put a cigarette out in your damn eye.
Later it turns out to be a computer simulation on why Meatwad can't have a pet. The following is Meatwads reaction.
Meatwad: Frylock is that what you think ?
Frylock: Well, it's what me and the computer know.
Meatwad: (pulls out a shotgun and cocks it) Well then know this. (shoots Frylock across the room)
And even that was a computer simulation Meatwad used on Frylock.
When Frylock sends MC Pee Pants into a slaughterhouse in Super Sirloin, telling him that it's a bank.
Turkitron, played by MattMaiellaro, gets one at the end of his titular Episode.
Frylock promises never to move back in with Shake & Meatwad, no matter how crappy his new life maybe in The.; that's the actual Title. Thanks to Negative Continuity, he has to go back on his word, but it was still awesome.
Frylock's Doppelgänger has one in The Cloning, and Frylock gets several later in the Episode.
Frylock says "Can I help you," to the surviving Villains before he blows up Err in The Last Fucking One Of 2003.
Frylock responds to the Robositter disobeying him by killing her with a juicer.
Meatwad: (sitting in a tire) Alright, what am I doing? Frylock: Are you grounded? Meatwad: Yeah, I think so... Frylock: Alright. (hands Meatwad two lengths of wire) Now touch the red wire to the green wire. Meatwad: But what about Master Shake? Frylock: What about him? (Beat) Meatwad: Heh, that's what I say, yo. Ba-ba-BOOM! BOOM!
Frylock in Fry Legs: "Frylock begins acting strangely after falling in love with a girl. He then murders her boyfriend and takes his body in an attempt to win her over" — The Other Wiki.
Frylock once more in Der Inflatable Fuhrer: "Frylock agrees to synthesize a virus for a reincarnated balloon of Adolf Hitler." —That Other Wiki.
Again, series creators & writers Matt Maiellaro & Dave Willis get one for the upcoming Live Action Episode. Not only is it Live Action, it's the 1st Episode since 2002 to have its own Page on Wikipedia, and it already has 4 Sources.
"How hard can it mother-f***ing be?! Ice mother-f***ing-cream! I guess that's the price I pay for living with two f***ing morons!"
The icing on the cake being that every obscenity was bleeped with non-standard sound effects and a big red "X" appearing on screen each time.
The same episode, which was also another parody about American broadcast standards and practices, couldn't let the characters get away with saying Jesus (hence referring to Jesus as "Gee Whiz") features a nun getting her head blown off with a rainbow coming out of her neck, and George Lowe's voiceover saying, "acceptable." Now that's just damn funny!
One episode had Frylock make a giant mecha for Carl's recently decapitated head, before realizing what a dumb idea it would be to give Carl that much power. Guess who ends up piloting it.
"Not in the house!"
"GENTLEMAN; I HAVE GRAFTED A DEER ANTLER TO MY GROIN!!! YOU KNOW, SO I'LL FIT IN WITH THE REST OF THE HERD."
Meatwad: "Where's mah whiskey!? Ahmoan git TO' UP!!!"
Dr. Weird and Steve vs. phone solicitation. The episode opens up with a local contractor calling Dr. Weird's laboratory advertising home improvements. When it goes to voice mail, Dr. Weird orders Steve to "release the phone-spiders!". Steve drops a few into the line, which promptly attack the contractor.
Anytime Meatwad gets his revenge on Shake. Doesn't matter if it involves crushing him, showing him a reflection of his melting mutated state, blowing him up with a mech, forcing him to chainsaw his own tongue off, telling their overzealous robot guardian Shake took his wallet, wearing Shake's eyes after ripping them out, or blowing up their own home with Shake still inside.
Meatwad: I got what I need. Now I'm-a talk about what I want. Carl: Ugh...Meat-Man! You took his friggin' eyes out?
Or transforming into a hurricane.
Frylock: Whoa! It went right through the floor! You know what that means?!
The first three minutes of the movie, consisting of a parody of the classic "Let's All Go To The Lobby" singing-food ads... which is filled with double entendres, gives way to single entendres, and is then rapidly hijacked byMastodon.
The fight between Frylock and Dr. Weird.
Subverted in "The Last One" with the Moonites "Quadlaser." As awesome as turning into a massive laser gun is, it's not very effective if the laser moves about as fast as a glacier (no matter how big it is.)
In "Chicken and Beans", Meatwad's ego inflates after a video of him vomiting during his performance of the eponymous song goes viral thanks to Shake. After Meatwad's breakdown on stage, Frylock confronts him and grounds him. The awesomeness shows when Frylock smiles after telling Meatwad that he's grounded.]
Carl taking out Marcula in Couples Skate with the garlic champagne.
Meatwad in Bookie...... All. of. it. Hell him AND Carl. Consider the HELL Shake puts them through, this was like the ultimate payback... and Meatwad... well.... Just watch it.. and tell me you don't think he is seriously bad-fucking-ass. In fact..... I just got 3 words for you all.