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A trio of fast-food items works to solve mysteries in an edgy adult cartoon. The brains of the group is Frylock, a floating box of fries, but Master Shake does a lot of the talking, most of it aimed at making life miserable for Meatwad, a sweet-natured ball of meat. Recurring characters include neighbor Carl, supercilious Mooninites (lunar creatures) Ignigknot and Err, and mad scientists Dr. Weird and Steve.

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Dr. Weird's giant mechanical Rabbot wreaks havoc on a New Jersey city.
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There are subliminal messages in the music Meatwad listens to.
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A new life form composed of mold becomes a friend to the Aqua Teens.
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Meatwad gets new electric powers.
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Mooninites land in Carl's backyard.
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Dr. Weird creates a mutant fly called Monstermothman.
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Leprechauns use Dr. Weird's Rainbow Machine to mug people.
aired 31 days ago
Startling revelations.
aired 32 days ago
Carl gets to see what his life would have been like with a full head of hair.
aired 33 days ago
Shake and Frylock become addicted to a cell phone game.
aired 34 days ago
Shake discovers Meatwad's amazing ability to produce replicas.
aired 35 days ago
Shake looks for help from the forces of darkness when an angel makes him pay for misdeeds.
aired 38 days ago
Shake's new acquaintance loves the band Chickenfoot and human replication.
aired 39 days ago
Shake and Frylock touch a huge cheeseburger.
aired 40 days ago
Meatwad thinks there might be a monster in his bedroom.
aired 41 days ago
Shake is on a quest for pinball eggs.
aired 42 days ago
Meatwad is corrupted by Frylocks creation.
aired 45 days ago
The Aqua Teens get together with some old friends.
aired 46 days ago
The Aqua Teens planning on releasing a Christmas album.
aired 47 days ago
Animated Aqua Teens find out there is a fire in the water.
aired 48 days ago
Frylock takes up some side work.

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