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This is an episode list for the animated series Aqua Teen Hunger Force. The series premiered on Cartoon Network (United States) on December 30, 2000. It later became part of Cartoon Network's Adult Swim programming block. In the early days of Adult Swim, Aqua Teen Hunger Force was rated TV-PG. Later episodes are rated TV-14 and TV-MA.

As of March 17, 2010, 93 episodes have been aired and 7 more are schedule to air, including the 100th episode on May 2, 2010. There has also been 1 movie made and a sequel schedule for a summer 2012 release date.

The list is ordered by the episodes' original air dates.


Series overview

Season Episodes Year(s) Aired DVD Volume DVD Release Date (R1)
1 18 2000 – 2002 1 & 2 November 18, 2003; July 20, 2004
2 24 2003 2 & 3 July 20, 2004; November 16, 2004
3 13 2004 4 December 6, 2005
4 13 2005 – 2006 5 January 29, 2008
5 9 2008 6 December 16, 2008
6 10 2009 6 & 7 December 16, 2008; June 15, 2010
7 12 2009 – 2010 7 June 15, 2010

Season 1: 2000-2002

The season starts off with the crime-fighting aspect intact, but quickly drops it after a few episodes.

Rated TV-PG-L.

# Total Title Original airdate Prod. Code
1 1 "Rabbot" December 30, 2000 (2000-12-30) 101
Dr. Weird builds a titanic robotic rabbit, which spritzes everything it doesn't smash (such as the Powerpuff Mall and, more importantly, Carl's car) with a hair-growing formula. It's up to the Aqua Teens to stop this menace, though Master Shake isn't as enthusiastic about this mission as he first seemed. 
2 2 "Escape from Leprechaupolis" September 9, 2001 (2001-09-09) 102

Leprechauns Flargon, Dingle, and Merle steal a rainbow-creating device from Dr. Weird for use in a conspiracy to steal shoes. When Carl falls prey to their scheme, Frylock and the Aqua Teens investigate.

Flargon is voiced by Scott Hilley and Merle is voiced by Andy Merrill
3 3 "Bus of the Undead" September 30, 2001 (2001-09-30) 103

Mothmonsterman escapes from Dr. Weird's lair and threatens trouble for the Aqua Teens if they don't leave their lights on. Master Shake suspects him to be Count Dracula, and later believes a school bus is possessed by Dracula's ghost.

Mothmonsterman is voiced by H. Jon Benjamin, Assisted Living Dracula is played by Don Kennedy, and the nurse is played by Mary Kraft. 
4 4 "Mayhem of the Mooninites" October 14, 2001 (2001-10-14) 104
The Mooninites land on Earth to spread their advanced technology, flaunt their superiority, and cause trouble. They take advantage of Meatwad's naiveté and try to corrupt him. 
5 5 "Balloonenstein" December 23, 2001 (2001-12-23) 105
Master Shake puts Meatwad in the tumble-dryer, causing Meatwad to gain the power to control static electricity. After killing his friend Squirrely with the electric shock, Meatwad finds a new pet, which is a balloon that ends up absorbing the electricity and floating out to sea. 
6 6 "Space Conflict from Beyond Pluto" April 7, 2002 (2002-04-07) 106
The Plutonians, very dumb aliens, try to conquer the world by kidnapping Master Shake and subjecting him to women's magazines and virtual reality tortures. 
7 7 "Ol' Drippy" April 21, 2002 (2002-04-21) 107

A well-mannered, benevolent entity made of mold inhabits the household and befriends Meatwad. The mold, partially penicillin, is eventually eaten to death by Shake, who has an infection.

Ol' Drippy is voiced by Todd Field
8 8 "Revenge of the Mooninites" May 5, 2002 (2002-05-05) 108
The Mooninites trick Meatwad into helping them acquire the "Foreigner Belt," a magical belt that gives the bearer the powers of the band Foreigner
9 9 "MC Pee Pants" May 19, 2002 (2002-05-19) 109
Meatwad and Carl become addicdited to candy and songs by MC Pee Pants, a crazy spider that wants to make a drill that unleashs demons from Hell to run a global diet pill prymaid scheme. When Frylock finds out what's going on he and Shake try to save their friends. 
10 10 "Dumber Dolls" November 3, 2002 (2002-11-03) 110

Frylock buys Meatwad a new doll named "Happy Time Harry". It turns out that the doll is a depressed, cynical, suicidal, knife-wielding, drug-addicted alcoholic who makes Meatwad as depressed and cynical as he is.

Happy Time Harry is voiced by David Cross (credited as "Sir Willups Brightslymoore"). 
11 11 "Bad Replicant" November 10, 2002 (2002-11-10) 111

The Plutonians unsuccessfully try to clone Master Shake, instead creating "Major Shake".

Major Shake is voiced by Matt Harrigan
12 12 "Circus" November 17, 2002 (2002-11-17) 112
Master Shake sells Meatwad to a circus run by the Prince of Jupiter, but is annoyed when Meatwad becomes a success. Frylock trys to get Meatwad back, and Carl goes with him so he can see strippers that turn out not to be there. 
13 13 "Love Mummy" November 24, 2002 (2002-11-24) 113
A mummy, found in the basement of the Aqua Teens' house, frightens Frylock into pandering to its every command under threat of a curse. 
14 14 "Dumber Days" December 1, 2002 (2002-12-01) 114
Meatwad discovers his brain is a cat toy, and Frylock decides to get Meatwad a new brain that makes him super-intelligent. The brain also makes Meatwad a jerk who gets money from lifting cars. Frylock eventually gets rid of the new brain which turns out to belong to Dr. Weird's helper, Steve. 
15 15 "Interfection" December 8, 2002 (2002-12-08) 115

While using Frylock's computer to access the Run of the Mill Search Engine, Master Shake and Meatwad accidentally cause the house to be infested with giant, material pop-up ads, controlled by an Internet deity named "The Wwwyzzerdd."

Wwwyzzerdd is voiced by Todd Hanson
16 16 "PDA" December 15, 2002 (2002-12-15) 116

Master Shake tries to find his missing PDA, and ends up accusing Romulox, a tar monster who's also a pretentious yuppie, of stealing it.

Romulox is voiced by Todd Barry and Carl's Insurance Adjuster ("Vishal") is voiced by Vishal Roney. 
17 17 "Mail- order bride" December 22, 2002 (2002-12-22) 117

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.

Svetlana is voiced by Rita McGrath and the Wedding DJ is voiced by George Lowe
18 18 "Cybernetic Ghost of Christmas Past from the Future" December 29, 2002 (2002-12-29) 118

Carl is harassed by a robotic Ghost of Christmas Past from the Future. He tells Carl and the Aqua Teens really long stories they can't understand that start with "Thousands of years ago...". Then he fills Carl's house and pool with blood, which makes Carl decide to sell his house to local musician, Danzig.

Danzig is voiced by Glenn Danzig

Season 2: 2003

Season 2 revolves around the aqua teens encountering many villains. Many appear again in "The Last One". The first few episodes are about everyday lives in the Aqua Teens.

# Total Title Original airdate Prod. Code
1 19 "Super Birthday Snake" May 25, 2003 (2003-05-25) 201
Meatwad wants a rabbit, but Master 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
2 20 "Super Hero" June 1, 2003 (2003-06-01) 202
Master Shake wishes to become a superhero. He unsuccessfully tries to convince his friends he is not "The Drizzle": a "hero" Master Shake has made up. In the end, Shake winds up melting as a result of trying to gain superpowers through toxic waste. 
3 21 "Super Bowl" June 8, 2003 (2003-06-08) 203
Meatwad wins two tickets to the Super Bowl in Detroit from a corn chips promotion, and Master Shake and Carl try to go with him. 
4 22 "Super Computer" June 15, 2003 (2003-06-15) 204

Frylock develops a spherical supercomputer/game console that he calls the OoGhiJ MIQtxxXA (Klingon for "superior galactic intelligence"), which is accidentally sent back in time. It ends up in the hands of a caveman, Oog, who gains super-intelligence and longevity with the help of the computer, then takes out a patent on it.

Oog is voiced by Jon Glaser
5 23 "Super Model" June 22, 2003 (2003-06-22) 205
Master Shake travels to Guatemala for plastic surgery because he can't afford to have it done in the United States. Originally just rhinoplasty, Meatwad plays mind-games on Master Shake and convinces him to get more surgery done with disastrous results. 
6 24 "Super Spore" June 29, 2003 (2003-06-29) 206

A "Japanese"-speaking alien creature named Travis of the Cosmos takes over Shake's body, learns English, pees over everything and tries to get a job, dental plan, and 401(k).

Travis of the Cosmos is voiced by Brooks Braselman. 
7 25 " Super Sirloin" August 31, 2003 (2003-08-31) 207
Meatwad listens continuously to "4 Da Shorteez" by Sir Loin. He deprives Master Shake and Frylock of every scrap of food. 
8 26 " Super Squatter" September 7, 2003 (2003-09-07) 208
Master Shake refuses to pay the bills, and the Aqua Teens lose the use of their utilities. 
9 27 "The Meat Zone" September 14, 2003 (2003-09-14) 209
Meatwad gains the "ability" to see the future, an ability that Master Shake wastes no time in trying to exploit. It turns out Meatwad's abilities were hallucinations caused by eating caulk, and the whole thing was a series of stupid coincidences. This is the first episode of the 2003 season that doesn't begin with the word "Super." 
10 28 " Super Trivia" September 21, 2003 (2003-09-21) 210

Frylock, along with Shake, Meatwad, and a very reluctant Carl, try to defeat Wayne "The Main Brain" McClane at a game of bar trivia. Meatwad keeps putting Backstreet Boys for the answers, and Shake gets knowledge about everything except sports.

Ned Hastings guest stars as himself, while Wayne is voiced by Seth MacFarlane
11 29 "Universal Remonster" September 28, 2003 (2003-09-28) 211
Emory and Oglethorpe travel across space and time through the "Fargate" (a thinly-disguised copy of the Stargate) to steal the Aqua Teens' cable. In order to control which channel they watch, they use the Universal Remonster, a small robot made of several remote controls and shaped like a small werewolf that accidentally ends up in the hands of Master Shake, who uses it to torture Meatwad. 
12 30 "Total Re-Carl" October 5, 2003 (2003-10-05) 212
Carl's body gets destroyed when he field-tests Frylock's experimental environmentally safe toilet, and only his head remains. The Aqua Teens attempt to acquire and construct a new body to resurrect their fallen neighbor, using what limited resources they had. 
13 31 "Revenge of the Trees" October 12, 2003 (2003-10-12) 213
Master Shake attempts to flash-fry an entire cow, and afterwards Carl and Shake dump the oil into a forest. It turns out that the trees are sentient, and they capture Carl and use his skin as paper. Shake is put to trial with Frylock as a lawyer, but the two end up burning the forest down. 
14 32 "Spirit Journey Formation Anniversary" October 19, 2003 (2003-10-19) 214

It's Meatwad's birthday and Shake can't stand "Happy Birthday To You," so he has a new heavy-metal song commissioned--then he has to figure out how to pay for it. Zakk Wylde and Geddy Lee are becoming impatient. Rated TV-PG-DL.

Zakk Wylde guest stars as the song's co-writer. 
15 33 "The Shaving" October 26, 2003 (2003-10-26) 215

It's Halloween, and the Aqua Teen Hunger Force discovers a "monster" in their attic: a giant onion-like spider named Willie Nelson. Rated TV-14-LV.

Willie Nelson is voiced by Tom Scharpling
16 34 "Broodwich" November 2, 2003 (2003-11-02) 216

Master Shake discovers an underground cavern where the Broodwich, a diabolically delicious (but cursed) sandwich, rests. Every bite sends him to a hellish place for a few seconds, and anyone who eats the whole thing is trapped there and killed by a short creature with an axe. Shake narrowly escapes his fate by picking off the sun-dried tomatoes.

Jerry (the axe guy) is voiced by Jon Glaser, Jerry's friend is voiced by H. Jon Benjamin, and Isaac Hayes III plays the disembodied voice heard throughout the episode. 
17 35 "Kidney Car" November 16, 2003 (2003-11-16) 217
Master Shake destroys Carl's car in a demolition derby. Meatwad gets the car as a donation, and tries to get it fixed, but he goofs off with Shake and the cost to repair it was too much for him. 
18 36 "The Cubing" November 23, 2003 (2003-11-23) 218

The "wisdom cube," a cube from outer space, comes to the Aqua Teens' yard. It claims to have all of the wisdom in the universe, but it does little to reinforce its claim, instead playing telephone pranks and telling boring stories.

Jon Schnepp and Brian Posehn (credited as "Jason Todd") play the voices of the Wisdom Cubes. 
19 37 "Frat Aliens" November 30, 2003 (2003-11-30) 219

Skeeter and D.P., two extremely drunk aliens from a stereotypical fraternity, land in the Aqua Teens' backyard, and prove to be nuisances. Carl gets a security system that can be seen from space. Rated TV-14-DL.

Patton Oswalt(credited as Shecky Chucklestein) provides the voices of DP and Skeeter. 
20 38 "The Clowning" December 7, 2003 (2003-12-07) 220

Carl gets a wig containing alien DNA that turns him into what seems to be a clown. A rare glimpse into the future ends the episode. Rated TV-14-DL.

Hayden Ward plays the voice of Carl's girlfriend, and Matt Maiellaro plays the voice of the Styro Head. 
21 39 "The Dressing" December 14, 2003 (2003-12-14) 221

The Cybernetic Ghost of Christmas Past from the Future returns as Turkitron, a robotic turkey sent to the past to save the great, great, great, great, great grandfather of 'Goblox', the future leader of the turkey rebellion against the Master Chickens. Meanwhile the Aqua Teens celebrate Thanksgiving.

Seth Green appears as himself, Matt Maiellaro is Turkitron, and Barry Mills plays Hustlin' Tom Turkey. 
22 40 "The" December 21, 2003 (2003-12-21) 222
Master Shake destroys the house; unable to deal with his roommates, Frylock finally gets fed up and moves out. He discovers life isn't so easy for an anthropomorphic box of fries in the real world. Frylock must choose between having no friends, and having a friend like Shake. The obvious choice is made. 
23 41 "The Cloning" December 31, 2003 (2003-12-31) 223
Due to excess cloning, the Aqua Teens' new TV is evil and Frylock gets a bad reputation after a depiction of him killing Master Shake, Meatwad, and Carl. Shake and Frylock then proceed to attempt to clone one-dollar bills, and have to assassinate a dead president. 
24 42 "The Last One" December 31, 2003 (2003-12-31) 224
On the moon, the Mooninites attempt to assemble a league of characters to exact revenge on the Aqua Teen Hunger Force. Their plan is to put a screw into the Aqua Teens. Most of them are unaware of why they are there. They come up with the team name Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday, because that's one of the few things Rabbot can say. When they confront the Aqua Teens, they quickly get scared. 

Season 3: 2004

This season features cold openings from the failed spin off series "Spacecataz". Both The Mooninites and The Plutonians die in the end. The Mooninites are in two episodes but do not mention their conflict to the Aqua Teens and it is unknown if the fight between the two groups were after or before their appearances. MC P Pants also returns.

# Total Title Original airdate Prod. Code
1 43 "Video Ouija" April 25, 2004 (2004-04-25) 301
Shake commits suicide just so he can haunt Meatwad through his new video game, Video Ouija which Meatwad, ironically, loses interest in immediately after. Frylock hires a witch doctor named Billy to bring Shake back to life, but Billy seems more comfortable resurrecting chickens. 
2 44 "Unremarkable Voyage" May 9, 2004 (2004-05-09) 302
Frylock invents a shrinking ray specifically to further microtechnology. Meatwad confuses the new chip with the tasty kind and eats it. Frylock must shrink himself and recover it from inside, however Shake carries it to its inevitable conclusion—gross abuse of power
3 45 "Remooned" August 15, 2004 (2004-08-15) 303
Ignignokt and Err travel to Earth to cash a check, and they coerce Master Shake and Meatwad into assisting them. 
4 46 "Gee Whiz" August 22, 2004 (2004-08-22) 304

A billboard with the face of a famous religious icon seems to have given Meatwad the gift of child. A strange aura of political correctness also appears frequently as Fry explains to Meatwad about Cartoon Network's Standards and Practices whenever Meatwad mentions Jesus by name.

Production information
Dave Willis's inspiration to "impregnate" Meatwad came from his wife's pregnancy during the production and writing of the episode. The idea of people seeing Jesus on a billboard came from a 1991 billboard in Atlanta, Georgia of a forkful of spaghetti, which people saw as the face of Jesus.[1]

Ted Nugent portrays a likeness of himself in this episode. They recorded in a studio in Texas while Ted was there on a hunting trip. Nugent also suggested the badger loin cloth that his animated self wore.[1]

The standards and practices video was derived from problems that Cartoon Network (Europe) had with the first version of the episode, in particular the use of Jesus.[1] 
5 47 "eDork" August 29, 2004 (2004-08-29) 305
Shake is obsessed with buying as many add-ons to his laughably outdated eHelmet (including a player piano, or the "E-iano") as he can find, and Carl joins him. 
6 48 " Little Brittle" September 5, 2004 (2004-09-05) 306
MC Pee Pants returns from hell as an elderly rapping phenomen. Meatwad is forced to haung out with him, because Frylock doesn't like how old people smell. It turns out that MC was brought back to Earth by Satan so he can evantually become a vanpire. When he does become a vampire he and the real Dracula get killed. 
7 49 "Robositter" September 12, 2004 (2004-09-12) 307

Forced to become employed, Frylock and Shake begin working in the food service industry. After Meatwad gets into the medicine cabinet while under Carl's supervision, Frylock creates a robotic babysitter to take care of him. Shake is flippant and impossible, even more so, while at work.

The Robositter is voiced by Sarah Silverman (credited as "Big S"). 
8 50 "Moon Master" September 19, 2004 (2004-09-19) 308

The Mooninites distribute a deceptively easy video game in an attempt to start a pyramid scheme.

This episode was renamed "Mooninites 4: The Final Mooning" on the Aqua Teen Hunger Force volume 4 DVD. 
9 51 "Diet" September 26, 2004 (2004-09-26) 309

Meatwad and Carl compete to see who can lose the most weight. Carl wins after eating a special candy bar with surprise ingredients. Meatwad can't stand a balanced diet and simply gains more, and Shake pleads to be part of the bet and eventually becomes a husk of his former self via vacuum cleaner.

This episode was once originally going to be titled "South Bronx Paradise Diet". The volume 4 DVD has it retitled "The South Bronx Parasite Diet".

The large larva is voiced by Akhenaton Nickens. 
10 52 "Dusty Gozongas" October 3, 2004 (2004-10-03) 310

Shake and Carl compete for the affections of a ditzy civil servant who moonlights as an exotic dancer (and sometimes gets her jobs confused).

Dusty Gozongas is voiced by Scott Thompson (credited as "Veronica Billingsley"). 
11 53 "T-Shirt of the Living Dead" October 10, 2004 (2004-10-10) 311
While on a museum tour, Shake breaks a glass container containing an ancient Egyptian t-shirt that is more than 1,000 years old. 
12 54 "Hypno-Germ" October 17, 2004 (2004-10-17) 312

Shake starts hallucinating when a band of "Hypno-Germs" invade his brain and try to stage an outlandish play inside his head.

Bean Wizard is voiced by Bob Odenkirk (credited as "Vance Hammersly"), Germ King is voiced by Eric Wareheim, and the basketball is voiced by Tim Heidecker
13 55 "Carl" October 24, 2004 (2004-10-24) 313
Carl is left to babysit Meatwad's Dolls Dewey, Vanessa, and Boxy Brown while the Aqua Teens are vacationing in Panama City, Florida

Season 4: 2005-2006

Many of these episodes were made during the late production of the ATHF movie and were spaced out more than any other season. This season features the first ever clip-show of the Aqua teens. During this season, the show became more mature with language, violence, and dialogue than the previous seasons.

# Total Title Original airdate Prod. Code
1 56 "Dirtfoot" December 4, 2005 (2005-12-04) 401
Shake pretends to fall down a well in an attempt to pick up girls. His roommate in the well is Dirtfoot (a combination of bigfoot and the Jersey Devil). 
2 57 "Boost Mobile" December 11, 2005 (2005-12-11) 402

Shake becomes a mobile phone sales representative. This is the first episode that advertises for a real company brand (Boost Mobile and AXE Body Spray).

The Boost Mobile phone is voiced by Killer Mike (credited as "Michael Render"). 
3 58 "Deleted Scenes" December 18, 2005 (2005-12-18) 403

Shake and Meatwad show clips which were cut from his Untitled Master Shake Project (actually the scenes are from the then impending Aqua Teen Hunger Force Colon Movie Film For Theaters). It is the only double episode, but on T.V. it was split into two and was retitled Star Studded Xmas Spectacular: Part 1 and 2.

Note: This episode doesn't have the normal end credits, and instead has the credits put while the episode is finishing. 
4 59 "Dickesode" October 22, 2006 (2006-10-22) 404

A fast food restaurant's "Rip-n-Win" contest awards Carl the "prize" of genital mutilation. The word dick is said 53 times. In the credits, everyone's first name is replaced with "Dick."

Tommy Blacha (credited as Dick Blacha), Brendon Small (credited as Dick Small in the original airing, credited as Donald Cock in later airings), and Andy Merrill (credited as "Dick Merrill") guest star. 
5 60 "Handbanana" October 29, 2006 (2006-10-29) 405
Frylock makes Meatwad a dog named Handbanana using Make Your Own Dog 1.0, Carl's pool filled with radioactive material, and Shake's DNA. Handbanana "mind-links" with Carl, brutally raping him repeatedly and mercilessly. As Carl is the only one able to hear the dog, no one believes him. 
6 61 "Party All the Time" November 5, 2006 (2006-11-05) 406

Frylock notices a strange growth on his face; a biopsy reveals this to be malignant melanoma. The time machine he built goes to waste as Frylock, facing the uncertainty of recovery and the debilitating effects of chemotherapy, sinks into depression. Meatwad, Shake, Carl, and Andrew W.K. try to console and cheer him the only way they know how: parties and fire.

This episode features a cameo by Eugene Mirman as Dr. Eugene Mirman

The song performed by Andrew W.K. under cameo can be downloaded from his website:[2] 
7 62 "Global Grilling" November 12, 2006 (2006-11-12) 408
Shake buys the Char-Nobyl 6000, an illegally-imported, environmentally unfriendly, radioactive grill, which destroys the ozone layer and leads to the enslavement of humanity by mucus-men. 
8 63 "Grim Reaper Gutters" November 19, 2006 (2006-11-19) 409

An unusually persuasive (and annoyingly persistent) gutter salesman interrupts an otherwise charming discourse on good times and good friends.

  • This is the second episode in which Meatwad dies.
Guest appearance by Tera Patrick
9 64 "Moonajuana" November 26, 2006 (2006-11-26) 410
Ignignokt and Err give Shake some "medicinal" Moonajuana for his "crippling glaucoma" and burgle the neighborhood. 
10 65 "Bart Oates" December 3, 2006 (2006-12-03) 407

While Master Shake and Meatwad get arrested for D.U.I., legendary New York Giants center Bart Oates appears and influences Carl to change his life.

Guest appearance by Bart Oates. 
11 66 "Antenna" December 10, 2006 (2006-12-10) 412
Carl unwittingly endangers the planet when he accepts free television. 
12 67 "Ezekial" December 17, 2006 (2006-12-17) 411

Shake takes on the most important role of his life—that of a father. However, as with most things, Shake attempts to take advantage of the situation and becomes the proverbial "hockey-dad."

Ezekiel is voiced by Patton Oswalt (credited as "Shecky Chucklestein"). 
13 68 "Carl Wash" December 22, 2006 (2006-12-22) 413
Meatwad gets a job at a car wash run by brains named Carl and Carl Jr. It turns out that the brains are stealing other people's brains including Carl. 

Season 5: 2008

A recurring story element in the first three episodes of season 5 is the gas leak in the Aqua Teens' house, which their landlord, Markula, refuses to fix. The Aqua Teens themselves are absent from the show until the episode "Couples Skate".

An episode named "Boston" was meant to be aired as the first episode for Season 5. It was pulled for unknown reasons, although it most likely had to do with the 2007 Boston bomb scare. When asked what his favorite episode was, co-creator Matt Maiellaro stated, "Boston. But we're not allowed to air that one".

Every episode is rated TV-MA except one, "Robots Everywhere" being rated TV-14 for suggestive dialogue (D), offensive language (L), and graphic violence (V).

# Total Title Original airdate Prod. Code
X 69 "Boston" Unaired 501
This was supposed to be the kickoff episode of Season 5 according to the official website, but has not aired for unknown reasons.[3] 
1 70 "Robots Everywhere" January 20, 2008 (2008-01-20) 502

When the Aqua Teens are abducted by demons and cocooned by military spiders in the Mojave Desert orchestrated by their landlord Markula, Carl tries to sell their house to robots. The robots turn out to be terrible neighbors for Carl, especially when they try to kill him.

NOTE: This is the first episode to air in High Definition, and the first episode where the Moonites were added to the background frame, featuring the Aqua Teens on the moon, in the end credits.

This episode was originally released as an extra feature of the Aqua Teen Hunger Force Zombie Ninja Pro-Am video game. 
2 71 "Sirens" January 27, 2008 (2008-01-27) 503

A trio of Sirens (Chrysanthemum, The BJ Queen, and John Kruk) move into the Aqua Teens' house and catch Carl's interest.

Guest appearances from Neko Case, Kelly Hogan, and former professional baseball star John Kruk
3 72 "Couples Skate" February 3, 2008 (2008-02-03) 504
The Aqua Teens must either escape the spider cocoons their landlord Markula has trapped them in, or pay the rent they owe him. Meanwhile Carl gets yet another new neighbor, a huge demon named Paul who is going through a difficult custody battle. 
4 73 "Reedickyoulus" February 10, 2008 (2008-02-10) 505

Carl's new male enhancement device produces some unsavory side effects, including radioactive human waste. Ground contamination leads the whole of Meatwad's deceased pets to come back for some sexually transmitted zombification laced revenge.

This episode is spelled "Ridickulous" on the ATHF official website's episode guide
5 74 "Hoppy Bunny" February 17, 2008 (2008-02-17) 506

Carl buys a recorder that has an ulterior motive. Seemingly unrelated, Carl's home becomes a haven for furries. We learn that Frylock's gem holds the power of 1,000 suns which Shake pawns.

Special Guest appearance from Scott Adsit 
6 75 "Laser Lenses" March 2, 2008 (2008-03-02) 507
Master Shake's megalomania soars to new heights once he steals Frylock's laser-shooting contact lenses. The Aqua Teens end up getting illegal medical treatment from Carl's cousin Terry. 
7 76 "Dummy Love" March 9, 2008 (2008-03-09) 508

A murderous ventriloquist dummy makes a discovery and finds love. Shake finds a way to profit.

Special Guest Appearance from T-Pain and Joshua Homme
8 77 "The Marines" March 16, 2008 (2008-03-16) 509

Frylock flees to Canada when Meatwad unwittingly enlists the Aqua Teens into the US Marine Corps. Meanwhile, Shake and Meatwad go AWOL and pretend to be gay to escape the service.

At the end, a short advertisement shows the ATHF Movie DVD, Zombie Ninja Pro-Am and a ATHF Volume 5 DVD
9 78 "Bible Fruit" March 23, 2008 (2008-03-23) 510

Frylock decides to invite his MySpace friends over for the evening. Much like the Aqua Teens and to Frylock's surprise, their MySpace avatars are actually photos and they too are anthropomorphic food. A meth-addicted mango, an abused tangerine, and an alcoholic Banana all find Jesus, but revert back to their ways after meeting the Aqua Teens.

Guest appearances by David Cross (credited as "Sir Willups Brightslymoore"), H. Jon Benjamin (credited as Jon "the Hammer" Benjamin"), and Kristen Schaal (credited as "Frannie Hood")

This episode makes a joke about Futurama being removed from Adult Swim, as Comedy Central had bought the rights to the show.

In 2010, it was announced that an animated spin-off pilot featuring characters from this episode, entitled Soul Quest Overdrive, was in production and would be aired in the second half of 2010. 

Season 6: 2009

Season six began airing on March 29, 2009. The first four episodes were released on the Volume Six DVD before being aired on television.[4] Every episode is rated TV-MA except one, "Time Machine", rated TV-14 for suggestive dialogue (D), offensive language (L), and graphic violence (V). Last Last One Forever and Ever is a live-action episode, starring T-Pain as Frylock, H. Jon Benjamin (credited as "Capt. Turd Mahoy") as Master Shake, and Dave Long, Jr. as Carl.[5][6] Long was selected after a casting call that started at the 2008 San Diego Comic-Con International.[7][8][9]

# Total Title Original airdate Prod. Code
1 79 "Gene E." March 29, 2009 (2009-03-29) 601

Master Shake discovers a genie at the dump who promises to grant wishes, but instead turns the Aqua Teens invisible. After inadvertently killing him, they discover a shrunken Carl. Meatwad and Frylock try to restore their visibility, while Carl and Master Shake use their cursed states to spy on women.

Matt Maiellaro provides the voice of Gene E. 
2 80 "Shake Like Me" April 5, 2009 (2009-04-05) 602
Master Shake is bitten by a radioactive black man and becomes black. 
3 81 "She Creature" April 12, 2009 (2009-04-12) 603

A strange monster is inhabiting Carl's pool, and the Aqua Teens attempt to get to the bottom of the mystery. It turns out to be a mermaid, who has sex with Carl, Frylock, and Meatwad, who all explode as a result of being impregnated by the mermaid. Shake, meanwhile, does not explode, despite describing his supposed sexual encounter with the mermaid to no one, as they have exploded.

Special Guest Dana Swanson provides the voice of She Creature 
4 82 "Chick Magnet" April 19, 2009 (2009-04-19) 604
Master Shake buys a magnet to attract women, but it merely brings out the feminine side of the Aqua Teens. 
5 83 "The Creature From Plaque Lagoon" April 26, 2009 (2009-04-26) 605

Meatwad and Master Shake try to capture the Tooth Fairy. This is a sequel to the episode "Dickesode". Mr. Wongburger returns.

Tommy Blacha provides the voice of Dr. Wongburger 
6 84 "Time Machine" May 3, 2009 (2009-05-03) 606
Frylock builds a time machine, but only goes to Carl's house. 
7 85 "2-And-a-Half-Star Wars Out Of Five" May 10, 2009 (2009-05-10) 607
When a pink man tries to blow up the moon, Frylock realizes the attacker is a shaved Wookiee from a local Star Trek tribute band named "Drewbacca". Features a full-fledged orchestral score. Scott Adsit provides the voice of Drewbecca. 
8 86 "Fry Legs" May 17, 2009 (2009-05-17) 608
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 until he finds out she's actually a C.H.U.D.-like alien. 
9 87 "Der Inflatable Fuhrer" May 24, 2009 (2009-05-24) 609
Frylock agrees to synthesize a virus for a balloon who is the reincarnatation of Adolf Hitler. Bill Hader provides the voice of Adolf Hitler. 
10 88 "Last Last One Forever and Ever" May 31, 2009 (2009-05-31) 610
The Aqua Teens discover that water in the area is flammable. The episode begins and ends in animation, with live-action between. 

Season 7: 2009-2010

The seventh season began on December 13, 2009 with a Christmas special and resumed airing on February 7, 2010.[10]

# Total Title Original airdate Prod. Code
1 89 "A PE Christmas" December 13, 2009 (2009-12-13) 700
Master Shake steals the identity of Flavor Flav and Terminator X so he and Meatwad can record a Christmas album as Public Enemy, but he ends up with eel diarrhea. Guest appearances by Michael Kohler and Chuck D
2 90 "Rabbot Redux[10]" February 7, 2010 (2010-02-07) 701
The Aqua Teens move into a new house on the other side of Carl's house to start a new life. The Rabbot returns making a brief appearance in the end. (Note: this is the first episode to have a new theme song) 
3 91 "Rubberman[10]" February 14, 2010 (2010-02-14) 702

Frylock "recycles" used condoms and syringes into a duck named Rubberman which comes to life and corrupts Meatwad.

Don Kennedy provides the voice of Rubberman. 
4 92 "Eggball[10]" February 21, 2010 (2010-02-21) 703
Master Shake builds a pinball machine designed after himself. He runs out of pinballs, and the Aqua Teens travel to Death Island to collect pinball eggs from a flightless bird. 
5 93 "Monster[10]" February 28, 2010 (2010-02-28) 704
Meatwad is afraid to sleep in his own room because he's convinced a monster is waiting in his closet. Frylock tries to prove there is no monster while Master Shake tries to trick Meatwad into hiring him as a professional monster catcher. 
6 94 "Hands On a Hamburger[10]" March 21, 2010 (2010-03-21) 705
Dr. Wongburger returns once again, this time in the form of a giant hamburger. 
7 95 "I Am a Pod[10]" March 28, 2010 (2010-03-28) 706
8 96 "Juggalo[10]" April 4, 2010 (2010-04-04) 707
Guest stars the Insane Clown Posse
9 97 "Multiple Meat[10]" April 11, 2010 (2010-04-11) 708
10 98 "Smart Phone[10]" April 18, 2010 (2010-04-18) 709
11 99 "Kiper Hair[10]" April 25, 2010 (2010-04-25) 710
12 100 "One Hundred[10]" May 2, 2010 (2010-05-02) 711
The 100th episode. 






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