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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.

Latest episodes

aired 121 days ago
The Mafia wants to take advantage of the fact that a monster is in the bottom of Carl's pool.
aired 125 days ago
A murderous ventriloquist dummy makes a discovery.
aired 126 days ago
Shake learns what it is like to be a stereotype after being bitten.
aired 127 days ago
Granted invisibility, the team uses it to spy on women in the bathroom.
aired 128 days ago
Frylock decides to party with friends from a social networking website.
aired 132 days ago
Frylock flees when Meatwad unwittingly enlists the Aqua Teens into the Marine Corps.
aired 133 days ago
Master Shake steals Frylock's laser-shooting contact lenses.
aired 134 days ago
Carl's home becomes a haven.
aired 135 days ago
Carl's new male enhancement device produces some unwanted side effects.
aired 139 days ago
The Aqua Teens must escape or pay the rent for October.
aired 140 days ago
When a trio of sirens moves in, their wanton songs pique Carl's attention.
aired 141 days ago
A family of destructive robots takes over the house.
aired 142 days ago
Meatwad gets a job at a car wash run by brains named Carl.
aired 146 days ago
Shake takes on the role of a father.
aired 147 days ago
Carl endangers the planet when he accepts 40 dollars a month to maintain an alien antenna.
aired 148 days ago
Carl reevaluates his knowledge about intellectual property laws.
aired 149 days ago
The Mooninites come back and this time they're determined to treat Shake's glaucoma.
aired 153 days ago
A gutter salesman interrupts.
aired 154 days ago
Shake buys a new grill.
aired 155 days ago
Master Shake attempts to learn how to play the electric guitar.
aired 156 days ago
The Aqua Teens' brand new genetically engineered dog threatens Carl.

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