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The title of the 11th season of "Aqua Teen Hunger Force" may contain the word "Forever," but it's actually being billed as the final season of the long-running Adult Swim favorite. Meatwad, Master Shake and Frylock provide marriage counseling to unhappy couples across America following a court ruling that makes divorce illegal in the country. The Aqua Teens, who have replaced their bodies with shape-shifting liquid metal, travel through time to try to mend marriages in need of repair. The gang has to prepare unfamiliar foods by following recipes along the way, judged by a cast of celebrity chefs.

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Shake and Meatwad investigate the DMV when a particular driving instructor draws suspicion.
aired 1 day ago
The Mooninites send the Plutonians on a deadly mission.
aired 3 days ago
A robot fills Carl's house and pool with blood.
aired 4 days ago
Shake and Carl buy a Russian mail-order bride together.
aired 5 days ago
Shake is convinced his PDA has been stolen by a Tar Monster.
aired 6 days ago
Shake and Meatwad accidentally infect the house with pop-up windows.
aired 8 days ago
The deadly potential of viral marketing.
aired 8 days ago
Carl hopes to make fast money when he buys the contents of a storage unit, and stumbles on an amazing discovery.
aired 10 days ago
Meatwad receives a new brain.
aired 11 days ago
Frylock discovers a mummy under the house.
aired 12 days ago
An Amazon freak invites the boys to a circus.
aired 13 days ago
Emory and Oglethorpe kidnap Shake and replace him with a replicate alien.
aired 15 days ago
Master Shake falls for the perfect woman.
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Master Shake joins a drum circle.
aired 17 days ago
Meatwad's "Happy Time Harry" doll has a bad attitude.
aired 18 days ago
There are subliminal messages in the music Meatwad listens to.
aired 19 days ago
The mooninites return to seek revenge on the Hungerforce.
aired 20 days ago
A new life form composed of mold becomes a friend to the Aqua Teens.
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Meatwad and Master Shake must earn money to get the cable turned back on.
aired 22 days ago
Shake must attend an intervention for his crippling addiction to shellfish.
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Frylock makes contact with alien life forms; Carl's house is destroyed when Meatwad tries to mow the lawn.

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