Aqua Teen Hunger Force Forever

Cartoon Network (ended 2015)



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Aqua Teen Hunger Force Forever
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Aqua Teen Hunger Force follows the adventures of the aptly named Aqua Teen Hunger Force, a group of mystery-solving fast food items. The team consists of Master Shake, whose ego knows no bounds; Frylock, the floating box of fries, is the brains the group and contains the one thing that the rest of the group lacks: common sense. Meatwad is a loving, caring, gentle ball of meat that crawls wherever he goes, who is frequently tortured by Shake.

The Aqua Teens frequent the pool of their neighbor, Carl, who sees them as more of a nuisance than a necessity. Strange happenings abound in their home in South Jersey and sometimes even the Aqua Teens cannot explain the nonsense. In fact, all too often they contribute to the cause in the first place.

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Fan Reviews (379)

  • Adult Swim's best

    I used to watch this show a bit, but not a lot although I still liked it. Now that I'm trying to watch the whole thing, I'm enjoying it a lot more and its an excellent show. There is a good reason it has lasted 11 seasons. While I haven't watched the entire thing yet, I thought I've seen enough episodes to do a full review. This show is about talking fast food who are detectives. Meatwad, who is a meatball is the most innocent of the 3 and Frylock tries to take care of him. Frylock, the french fries, is the most serious and most responsible of the 3. Master Shake who is the leader of the Aqua Teen Hunger Force, is the most irresponsible and Frylock has to try and convince him to stay on the case. Despite all the detective stuff, this show is more of an animated sitcom if anything but done in a different way. Its more comedy aimed than action (and I mean a LOT more) and offers some of the most hilarious jokes ever seen in an animated show in my opinion. This is my first review after an absence of watching television shows, so it may not be the greatest review, but hey we all have to start somewhere.moreless
  • Yeah this show is not and it did.

    I do not believe this is the last season of the show, the creators are just screwing around, the new title with "forever" made me think seriously hard about the shows possibility of ending. I do not believe [Adult Swim] would even dare let the show go that still has a strong fan base, i see more episodes being ordered in the near future.

    Update: Im shocked it just ended....
  • One of the founding shows of late night adult bizarreness cartoons

    One of my favorite shows. I seen the recent season 2 ep and its still great at what it does. The characters are diverse, flexible, and likeable. The screw ups and the logical, safety one. My favorite is Master Shake. There's a few with those 80s digital aliens I don't like, but that's about it in complaints. For the review about it ending. I sure hope not, but when it does lack in ideas, maybe so. Sunny Philadelphia has been on for 10 seasons and their episode shtick has been 13 ep instead of the average show aiming for twice more. Causing it to possibly lose good ideas twice as fast :0

    Mainly 2-4 seasons, 13.1-13.4 (2003, 2006-2012, June-August 2015) Adult Swim, 3rd party vid sitesmoreless
  • Funny and irresistible

    These characters have always cracked me up
  • I love it!

    This show never fails in making me laugh

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    low brow humor, cartoon violence, hilarious pranks, killer neighbor, mutants