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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 188 days ago
Emory and Oglethorpe kidnap Shake and replace him with a replicate alien.
aired 189 days ago
Meatwad's "Happy Time Harry" doll has a bad attitude.
aired 190 days ago
There are subliminal messages in the music Meatwad listens to.
aired 191 days ago
The mooninites return to seek revenge on the Hungerforce.
aired 192 days ago
A new life form composed of mold becomes a friend to the Aqua Teens.
aired 195 days ago
Frylock makes contact with alien life forms; Carl's house is destroyed when Meatwad tries to mow the lawn.
aired 196 days ago
Meatwad gets new electric powers.
aired 197 days ago
Mooninites land in Carl's backyard.
aired 198 days ago
Dr. Weird creates a mutant fly called Monstermothman.
aired 199 days ago
Leprechauns use Dr. Weird's Rainbow Machine to mug people.
aired 202 days ago
Dr. Weird's giant mechanical Rabbot wreaks havoc on a New Jersey city.
aired 203 days ago
Startling revelations.
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The Mooninites send the Plutonians on a deadly mission.
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Una mujer que ejerce un rol algo peculiar, el de “esposo en alquiler”, con el que, no solo saca una familia adelante, sino que logra demostrar que todo se puede, sin perder su integridad.
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Meatwad and Master Shake must earn money to get the cable turned back on.
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Carl helps Shake train for the title of "Coolest Dude Ever."
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Frylock drags the others into a team-trivia match.
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Meatwad discovers a banana-shaped planet.
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Shake must attend an intervention for his crippling addiction to shellfish.
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Emory and Oglethorpe create the ultimate remote control.
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Master Shake joins a drum circle.

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