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Aqua Teen Hunger Force Volume One

Aqua Teen Hunger Force Volume One - DVD Set - Cartoon - Comedy

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"It's like a flea market threw up in there!"

  • Nov 7, 2008
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ATHF is an adult cartoon, definitely not for the kiddies, and certainly not for everyone. The humor is ridiculous and often rude, but left me bent over in stitches with my cheeks soaked from tears of laughter. It's so offbeat that it's cool. With fast food as the main characters, a Shake (Master Shake), French Fries (Frylock), and a wad of hamburger (Meatwad) you should realize from the beginning that this is no ordinary cartoon. Meatwad is the dumb one, Frylock the smart one, and Shake the acerbic, sarcastic one. Aside from saving the world, they spend most of their time in their neighbor Carl's backyard, aboveground pool.

Neighbor Carl an uneducated, sloppy fat, hairy, Jersey-speaking guy who wears a sleeveless tank top, sweats, and flip-flops. Stir in monstrous foes such as leprechauns (Flargon and Dingle), a robot rabbit, a half-man/half-moth named Mothmosterman, Brownie Monsters, the Mooninites (Ignignot and Err - who look like 1980's video game squares), a diaper-wearing spider, a mummy, a doll with a bad attitude, and you have one bizarro cartoon.

Each show is prologued by a short scene of Dr. Weird (check out the outfit!) and his assistant Steve. The prologues have nothing to do with the show, but are hilarious. The humor is crude, rude, and off-color, but remains intelligent enough for some very unique laughs.

DISC ONE:
1) Rabbot - A giant robot rabbit terrorizes the town.
2) Escape From Leprechaupolis - Flargon and Dingle try to steal gold with their rainbow machine and a laptop.
3) Bus Of The Undead - Mothmonsterman is attracted to Shake's Light-Hat, Shake dumps brownies into Frylocks DNA machine along with Mothmonsterman's saliva and produces the Brownie Monsters. "I laid a thousand of my eggs in his esophagus. I need to propagate my species, and he's being a baby about it."
4) Mayhem Of The Mooninites - Ignignot and Err come to earth and use Meatwad to steal things for them.
5) Balloonenstein - Meatwad has static electricity powers and torments Shake with them.
6) Space Conflict From Beyond Pluto - Introducing the spiky Plutonians, a tall green one named Emory and a short yellow one with a German accent.
7) Ol'Drippy - Drippy the polite fungus monster arises from the mess left in the kitchen.
-- Extras include the original Rabbot, Commentaries, and some extra footage.

DISC TWO:
1) Revenge Of The Mooninites - Ignignot and Err are back.
2) MC Pee Pants - Meatwad's favorite rapper turns out to be an insane spider that wears a diaper.
3) Circus - Randy The Astonishing, a blobbish, trenchcoat-wearing worm-thing buys Meatwad from Shake to use in the circus.
4) Dumber Days - Meatwad uses his brain, which is removable.
5) Love Mummy - (My favorite episode!) The ATHF finds a mummy in their basement. (Curse! Curse! Hug! Hug! Lobster! Steak! Overdone! Bored! No, Not Cool!) The mummy curses them unless they feed him and spend money on him.
6) Dumber Dolls - (My second favorite!) Frylock buys Meatwad the Happy Time Harry Doll, who comes with a switchblade instead of a right hand. He wears red glitter shoes and boxer shorts, has a handful of unpaid bills, and vomits up booze.
7) Interfection - Shake gets on Frylock's computer and infects the entire house with pop-ups. (Those perpetrators will pay! I will redden their buttocks!)
8) Bad Replicant - We briefly see Dr. Weird's leopard briefs. The Plutonians are back. This time they create a clone of Shake to "De-terraform" earth.
9) PDA - Shake loses his PDA, and the blue alien Rolulox shows up with all kinds of modern devices.

Aqua Teen Hunger Force is from the Adult Swim program from Cartoon Network. If you like cartoons such as Family Guy, Futurama, South Park, or Invader Zim, them you should get a big kick out of ATHF. The only thing I do not like about this show is that the intro music is a little annoying, but the cartoon itself is well worth it. Enjoy!
Aqua Teen Hunger Force Volume One

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Watch Master Shake, Frylock, and Meatwad, three people-sized food products in the throes of adolescence, solve mysteries and swim in their neighbor's pool.

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DISC ONE:
1) Rabbot - A giant robot rabbit terrorizes the town.
2) Escape From Leprechaupolis - Flargon and Dingle try to steal gold with their rainbow machine and a laptop.
3) Bus Of The Undead - Mothmonsterman is attracted to Shake's Light-Hat, Shake dumps brownies into Frylocks DNA machine along with Mothmonsterman's saliva and produces the Brownie Monsters. "I laid a thousand of my eggs in his esophagus. I need to propagate my species, and he's being a baby about it."
4) Mayhem Of The Mooninites - Ignignot and Err come to earth and use Meatwad to steal things for them.
5) Balloonenstein - Meatwad has static electricity powers and torments Shake with them.
6) Space Conflict From Beyond Pluto - Introducing the spiky Plutonians, a tall green one named Emory and a short yellow ...

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