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    Season 1 
  1. "Rabbot" Dr. Weird builds a titanic robotic rabbit, which spritzes everything it does not smash (such as the Powerpuff Mall and, more importantly, Carl's car) with a hair-growing formula. It is up to the Aqua Teens to stop this menace, though Master Shake is not as enthusiastic about this mission as he first seemed.
  2. "Escape From Leprechaoupolis" Dr. Weird builds a machine which shoots massive rainbows that can grab people and throw them violently, but it is mysteriously stolen during a blackout.
  3. "Bus of the Undead" Mothmonsterman escapes from Dr. Weird's lair and is drawn to the Aqua Teens' house by lights.
  4. "Mayhem of the Mooninites" A pixellated purple ship lands in the street in front of Carl and the Aqua Teens' houses. Two short, square-shaped, pixellated aliens exit the ship and knock on Carl's door. They identify themselves as Ignignokt and Err, Mooninites from the inner core of the Moon and members of a race hundreds of years advanced from the people of the Earth. Carl slams the door in their face and the Mooninites decide to go next door to the Aqua Teens' house, where a sign on the lawn says there is a room for rent
  5. "Balloonenstein" Meatwad gets new electric powers.
  6. "Space Conflict from Beyond Pluto" Frylock attempts to contact extraterrestrial life forms.
  7. "Ol' Drippy" Shake's laziness leads to an enormous mess in the kitchen. From that mess springs forth a sentient being made of various molds, who is afterward named "Ol' Drippy" by Meatwad.
  8. "Revenge of the Mooninites" The Mooninites return to cause more havoc, this time using Meatwad's carnival game tickets to obtain the "Foreigner Belt," which gives the wearer "all of the powers of rock super-group Foreigner."
  9. "MC Pee Pants" Meatwad becomes obsessed with "I Want Candy," a song by new artist MC Pee Pants, and listens to it non-stop.
  10. "Circus" In an effort to finally rid himself of Meatwad, Shake manages to find the proprietor of a circus who is willing to buy him to use as an attraction. Soon after, Frylock discovers what truly happened to Meatwad and attends the circus show to see Meatwad's act.
  11. "Dumber Days" Meatwad receives a new brain.
  12. "Love Mummy" The Aqua Teens are disturbed from their slumber in the middle of the night by the howling of something in their crawlspace.
  13. "Dumber Dolls" Meatwad is playing with his dolls Vanessa and Dewey on the lawn when Master Shake suddenly pushes a lawnmower over them, shredding them to pieces, then attempts to do the same to Meatwad. Frylock takes Meatwad to the mall to buy a new doll. Meatwad wants Jiggle Billy, with the musket and the night vision goggles, but Frylock thinks he's too expensive so they purchase Happy Time Harry instead, a balding, drug-addicted action figure wearing nothing but shorts and red dancing shoes.
  14. "Interfection" Master Shake and Meatwad play around with an Internet search engine on Frylock's computer and accidentally invoke the Wwwyzzerdd, a cyber-deity who floods the Aqua Teens' house with real-life pop-up ads. Shake's gullibility does little to help with the situation.
  15. "Bad Replicant" The Plutonians hatch another plan, this time involving the abduction of Master Shake.
  16. "PDA" Master Shake's PDA is missing, and he is furious about it.
  17. "Mail-Order Bride" As a Christmas present for themselves, Master Shake and Carl split the cost of a mail-order bride from Chechnya. The bride thinks that they're weird, and things go bad for them. Meanwhile Meatwad and Frylock celebrate Christmas.
  18. "Cybernetic Ghost of Christmas Past from the Future" A robot that claims to be a ghost from the future (or possibly the past) arrives to lecture Carl and the Aqua Teen Hunger Force about how Christmas was celebrated in the past (or possibly the future).
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    Season 2 
  1. "Super Birthday Snake" Meatwad is expecting the arrival of his new pet, a bunny. A snake arrives instead, and Master Shake is suspiciously unsurprised.
  2. "Super Hero" Master Shake wants to become a super hero so he steels three drums of highly toxic chemical waste and starts to mutate.
  3. "Super Bowl" Meatwad wins two tickets to the Super Bowl and both Shake and Carl want to go with him so they do whatever Meatwad wants so he will choose them.
  4. "Super Computer" Frylock sends the supercomputer back in prehistoric time, and then a caveman arrives possessing much more intelligence.
  5. "Super Model" Meatwad convinces Shake to repeatedly get (bad) plastic surgery, first in Guatemala, then from a shady friend of Carl's.
  6. "Super Spore" A alien spore named Travis takes over Shakes body to communicate with Frylock and Meatwad. Frylock and Meatwad takes care of Travis and helps him to get a job.
  7. "Super Sirloin" MC Pee Pants returns, this time under the stage name of MC Sir Loin, with a sophomore album "For Da Shorteez." Meatwad, inspired by the music, takes food and trash from Master Shake, Frylock, and Carl to give to the "Shorteez."
  8. "Super Squatter" Master Shake tells Frylock he will pay the bills, but he doesn't so their water, electricity and cable gets turned off. Frylock wants Shake to learn a lesson about paying the bills so he doesn't pay the bills himself. But instead Shake goes over to Carl's and watches his TV instead.
  9. "The Meat Zone" Meatwad gains the power to see the near future.
  10. "Super Trivia" Frylock plays a team trivia game at a local bar every Tuesday night, but he regularly loses to Wayne the Brain.
  11. "Universal Remonster" Oglethorpe and Emory steels cable from the gang and invents a universal remote-robot to control everything.
  12. "Total Re-Carl" Frylock says he has invented an extraordinary toilet which uses little or no water. He gives the (as yet untested) toilet to Carl, and leaves it in Carl's front yard. Skeptical about the toilet, Carl at first refuses to use it. Frylock tells Carl that the toilet has an infrared privacy screen. Such a screen would allow Carl to use the toilet outside and still maintain his privacy. When Carl attempts to flush the toilet, his body is pulled down into the bowl and destroyed. The Aqua Teens retrieve Carl's severed head from the toilet bowl. The trio then attempts to keep Carl's head alive and attach it to various machines and robot-like bodies.
  13. "Revenge of the Trees" It's Labor Day, and the Aqua Teens are having a cookout. Frylock has cooked up some tofu. Shake and Meatwad want beef instead. Shake brings a cow, and they fry it in a vat of oil. Frylock warns Shake to dispose of the oil responsibly, but Carl and Shake dump the oil in the woods.
  14. "Spirit Journey Formation Anniversary" Meatwad is having a birthday party. Master Shake uses this event to showcase a heavy metal song that he has recently created with the lyrical and musical aid of Geddy Lee and Zakk Wylde to replace the "Happy Birthday" song.
  15. "The Shaving" It's Halloween at the Aqua Teen Headquarters, and a monster comes down from the attic... to get his mail.
  16. "Broodwich" Frylock tells Shake there is buried treasure right underneath the spots in the front yard where he wanted Shake to plant the azaleas. After Frylock tells Shake to dig just 4-6 inches deep, Shake digs to a depth of 6 feet. Shake falls in the hole, and he finds a cave in which contains the Broodwich, a delicious but dangerous sandwich.
  17. "Kidney Car" Without Carl's permission, Master Shake uses Carl's now destroyed vehicle for use in a demolition derby. After discovering that the car is wrecked, Carl donates the car to the kidney foundation - a group of which Meatwad is a beneficiary.
  18. "The Cubing" The Aqua Teens are visited by the Wisdom Cube, a seemingly omniscient being who wastes time by sitting in their yard, telling boring anecdotes and trying to make prank calls and practical jokes.
  19. "Frat Aliens" Carl has installed a laser security field around his house. The field can be seen from space, and soon aliens are visiting the Aqua Teens on the lawn.
  20. "The Clowning" Carl gets a wig that begins to affect him strangely.
  21. "The Dressing" The Aqua Teens are visited by a robotic Turkey the week after Thanksgiving
  22. "The" The Aqua Teen's house is infested with rats and flies, so Master Shake sets up mines throughout the house. Frylock moves out to an apartment and later tries to set up a party.
  23. "The Cloning" The Aqua Teens' TV starts to act strangely after it's cloned one too many times.
  24. "The Last One" Several of the Aqua Teens' enemies gather to plot their next move.
    Season 3 
  1. "Video Ouija" Master Shake commits suicide in order to haunt Meatwad's new video game.
  2. "Unremarkable Voyage" When Meatwad eats a very important microchip, Frylock must shrink down to retrieve it.
  3. "Remooned" The Mooninites return to earth seeking the help from the Aqua Teens to help cash a stolen check from Ignignokt's uncle Cliff.
  4. "Gee Whiz" A Billboard with the face of a famous religious icon seems to have given Meatwad the gift of child.
  5. "EDork" Shake's E-Helmet is loaded with superfluous gadgets, but somehow an add-on player piano isn't enough to satisfy his lust for convenience.
  6. "Little Brittle" MC Pee Pants returns to Earth once again, this time as a senile rapper confined to a nursing home.
  7. "Robositter" After Meatwad gets into the medicine cabinet under Carl's supervision, Frylock creates a robotic babysitter to take care of him.
  8. "Moon Master" When Meatwad finishes his new Moon Master video game, two moon-based aliens visit him.
  9. "Diet" With a case of beer on the line, Meatwad, Shake, and Carl battle to see who can lose the most weight.
  10. "Dusty Gozongas" The Aqua Teens call the power company to fix their pipes, and they get a dim-witted technician who also turns out to be a stripper.
  11. "T-Shirt of the Living Dead" After stealing a magical t-shirt once owned by Anubis, Lord of the Dead, Master Shake and Meatwad wreak havoc on the Easter Bunny and Santa Claus.
  12. "Hypno-Germ" Shake gets infected with a germ after using the bathroom. He receives an injection, and then we see a fairy-taled, microscopic view of what happens in Shake's brain.
  13. "Carl" Carl is left to babysit Dewey, Vanessa, and Boxy Brown while the Aqua Teens are away on vacation.
    Season 4 
  1. "Dirtfoot" Shake pretends to fall down a well, and meets the legendary monster known as Dirtfoot.
  2. "Boost Mobile" Shake is sponsoring Boost Mobile. Hilarity Ensuses.
  3. "Deleted Scenes" Deleted Scenes.
  4. "Dickesode" Carl is the winner of Wong Burger's Rip and Win contest. Which isn't as good as you think.
  5. "Handbanana" The Aqua Teen's genetically engineered dog is particularly "friendly" to Carl.
  6. "Party all the time" In this episode about courage, determination, and ulitmatley triumph, Shake tries to learn the guitar.
  7. "Global Grilling" Master Shake's new grill isn't very environmentally friendly.
  8. "Grim Reaper Gutters" The Aqua Teens reminisce about events that did or never did happen in a very special filler episode.
  9. "Moonajuana" The Moonites come back, with a quest to treat Shake's glaucoma.
  10. "Bart Oates" An unannounced visitor makes Carl reevaluate everything he knows about intellectual property laws.
  11. "Antenna" Carl unwittingly endangers the planet when he agrees to pay $40 dollars a month to maintain an alien antenna.
  12. "Ezekial" Shake apparently has a long-lost son.
  13. "Carl Wash" Meatwad gets a job at a shady car wash, coincidentally around the same time as when Carl loses his brain.
    The Movie 
  1. Aqua Teen Hunger Force Colon Movie Film For Theaters: The Aqua Teens must save the city from The Insanoflex, an ancient piece of exercise equipment.
    Season 5 
  1. "Boston" Master Shake tries to auction Meatwad to the highest bidder.
  2. "Robots Everywhere" In the dead center of the series, Carl lives with robots. And none of the Aqua Teens stick around.
  3. "Sirens" Still entirely alone, Carl is encountered by some bad bitches.
  4. "Couples Skate" The Aqua Teen's house gets rented out by a monster named Paul.
  5. "Reedickyoulus" Master Shake explodes animals in the microwave. Also, Carl's male enhancement supply has unwanted side effects.
  6. "Hoppy Bunny" Carl's home becomes a haven for furry people.
  7. "Laser Lenses" Shake steals Frylock's contact lenses, which is much more amusing than it sounds.
  8. "Dummy Love" Two murderous ventriloquist dummies make a discovery.
  9. "The Marines" Meatwad unwittingly enlists the Aqua Teens in the Marines.
  10. "Bible Fruit" Frylock invites over drunken Christian fruits he met on a social networking site.
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    Season 6 
  1. "Gene E" A genie gives the Aqua Teens invisibility and shrinks Carl down. While Meatwad and Frylock try to restore their visibility, Master Shake and Carl use their cursed states to spy on women in the bathroom.
  2. "Shake Like Me" Shake turns into a very racist caricature of a black man after being bitten by a radioactive black man.
  3. "She Creature" A sexy mermaid appears, leading to hilarity.
  4. "Chick Magnet" A magnet is brought to attract women, and only succeeds in bringing out the feminine side of the Aqua Teens.
  5. "Creature from Plague Lagoon" Shake and Meatwad try to kidnap the Tooth Fairy.
  6. "Time Machine" Shake and Frylock get a time machine and eventually fight for ruler of Dimension Boob
  7. "2-and-a-Half-Star Wars out of 5" The crew are offered deals on their lawn service.
  8. "Fry Legs" Frylock falls in love with a computer repairwomen, and proceeds to act rather strangely.
  9. "Der Inflatable Fuhrer" Frylock is working for a shady client who turns out to be Hitler reincarnated.
  10. "Last Last One Forever and Ever" In a very special episode that combines animation and live-action, Shake tries to write a script, and the Aqua Teens move out due to a gas leak.
    Season 7 
  1. "A PE Christmas" Shake steals the identity of Flavor Flav and Terminator X to make a hit Christmas Rap.
  2. "Rabbot Redux" Much to Carl's disappointment, the ATHF move into the empty house right next to his own house.
  3. "Rubberman" Meatwad becomes best friends with Frylock's creation, Lance, but as Lance keeps making Meatwad do insane crimes, their friendship becomes questionable.
  4. "Eggball" Master Shake has a quest to get eggs for a pinball machine.
  5. "Monster" Meatwad thinks there is a monster in his room.
  6. "Hands on a Hamburger" Shake and Frylock make the fatal mistake of touching a giant hamburger.
  7. "IAMAPOD" Shake gets the chance to beta-test the new iPod, but it turns out to be a REAL pod.
  8. "Juggalo" A guy who Shake murdered reappears as an angel to make Shake change his ways.
  9. "Multiple Meat" Shake discovers Meatwad's fantastical ability to split into multiple, smaller Meatwads.
  10. "Kangarilla and the Magic Tarantula" Shake and Frylock become adducted to a cell phone game.
  11. "Larry Miller Hair System" Carl gets to see how his life would have been different had he had hair.
  12. "One Hundred" Startling revelations revolving 100.
    Aqua Unit Patrol Squad One (Season 8) 
  1. "Allen" The Aqua Teens have re-branded themselves as the "Aqua Unit Patrol" and are now detectives. After a failed investigation they visit Dr. Weird's lab, where Master Shake freezes himself in a cryogenics chamber.
  2. "Intervention" Nothing will stop Carl from driving drunk-not even running into the exact same officer of law.
  3. "Freedom Cobra" Master Shake gets a tattoo of a snake called the Freedom Cobra to get laid.
  4. "The Creditor" Shake speaks with his psychologist about his experience with an alien loan officer known only as The Creditor.
  5. "Vampirus" The Aqua Teens acquire the cure for a vampire-induced virus.
  6. "Wi-tri" In this Entourage parody, Frylock's new wi-fi device is nothing short of a disaster.
  7. "Jumpy George" Shake and Carl are both dating the same woman-and if that wasn't shitty enough, there's more to her than it seems.
  8. "Lasagna" Carl befriends an infomercial host who proves to be a bad influence.
  9. "Last Dance for Napkin Lad" Carl, Shake-zula, and Meat-boi are all spyyyys, man, plus, some rad skeletons done did screw with the Aqua Teens.
    Aqua Something You Know Whatever (Season 9) 
  1. "Big Bro" Frylock and Shake compete to win over the mom of Frylock's little brother Gerald.
  2. "Chicken and Beans" After his constant vomiting earns him internet fame, it all goes to Meatwad's head.
  3. "Shirt Herpes" Carl tricks Shake into wearing a magical shirt.
  4. "Rocket Horse and Jet Chicken" Meatwad reads his story.
  5. "The Granite Family" Remaking a 50-year old cartoon is never a bad idea-unless you actually do it, of course.
  6. "Bookie" Shake keeps making bets with Carl's friends.
  7. "Fightan Titan" The Aqua Teens and Carl combine forces to pilot a female robot to stop Paul from destroying the city.
  8. "Buddy Nugget" Shake takes full credit for Frylock's social network creation.
  9. "Zucotti Manicotti" Shake poses as Meatwad's favorite cartoon character to taunt him, but things get ugly fast.
  10. "Totem Pole" Carl attends Totem Pole's concert.
    Aqua Tv Show Show (Season 10) 
  1. "Muscles" After getting a stroke, Shake decides to go to the gym-however, his muscles commit crimes as he sleeps.
  2. "The Dudies" Carl, Shake, and Meatwad compete for the title of Coolest Dudie Ever.
  3. "Merlo Sauvignon Blanco" Shake loves shellfish. He also has a crippling allergy to them.
  4. "Bannana Planet" The Aqua Teens blast off in an illegal rocket to answer a false SOS signal from masturbating apes on a banana shaped planet.
  5. "Working Stiffs" Concerned the trio don't do anything in life, Frylock gets all three of them jobs. Only problem is, Shake and Meatwad become assassins.
  6. "Skins" Shake gets bongos from a hippie in order to join a drum circle. However, said bongos summon a skinless creature with a troubled past.
  7. "Freda" Shake falls for a girl.
  8. "Storage Zeebles" Carl makes a shocking discovery in an acquired storage unit.
  9. "Piranha Germs" Shake returns from his new job critically sick.
  10. "Spacecadeuce" In this Aqua-Teen free story, the Plutonians are sent on a deadly mission by their new masters, the Moonites.
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    Aqua Teen Hunger Force Forever (Season 11) 
  1. "Mouth Hole" After a 1-year break, the Aqua Teens go on a quest with the Hot Links brand beef jerky mascot in this special stop-motion episode.
  2. "Brain Fairy" Frylock suspects a shady "Brain Fairy" has stolen his jewel.
  3. "The Hairy Bus" A Hairy Bus pins his life on Carl.
  4. "Sweet C" After being shrunk by Frylock to find out what happened to his bees, Carl takes control of them.
  5. "Knapsack!" Meatwad becomes involved with an amateur porno crew.
  6. "Rabbit, Not Rabbot" Shake is decidedly different after returning home from a mysterious journey.
  7. "Hospice" After getting cancer from a lifetime of smoking, Carl's mom gets cured-but is now a South American warrior with control over mice.
  8. "The Last One Forever and Ever (For Real This Time) (We Fucking Mean It)" In the double-length, heartbreaking, ultimate finale to the series, Frylock is dying and needs a new jewel from the water planet Chlamydia to save his life. Everyone, even Carl pitches in to try and help, and doubly so after it's revealed Shake's jewel is also fizzling out. In the end, the life of his lifelong companions rests on the shoulders of Meatwad.
  9. "The Greatest Story Ever Told" Carl and Frylock gain immortality via shampoo. Shake tries to recreate Jesus' life to gain immortality by starting his own religion and assembling all of the Aqua Teen's villains. After 15 years of animated entertainment, the Auqa Teen Hunger Force take their definitive, true, ultimate, truer, true-EST, definitive final curtain stand.

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