Aqua Teen Hunger Force Forever

Season 1 Episode 8

Revenge of the Mooninites

Aired Sunday 10:30 PM May 05, 2002 on Cartoon Network
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The Mooninites return to cause more havoc. They "help" Meatwad earn tickets at an arcade so he can get a ten-speed bike. However, they spend the tickets instead on the Foreigner belt, which is infused with all the magical powers of the 70's rock band.

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  • The Mooninites's second appearance

    The Mooninites return to cause more havoc. They "help" Meatwad earn tickets so he can get a ten-speed bike. However, they spend the tickets instead on the Foreigner belt, which is infused with all the magical powers of the 70's rock band of the same name. The Mooinites return in this episode. Just like in their first appearance, they were hilarious. So that means more humor. I laughed at the parts such as Shake won't let Meatwad count his tickets, the Mooninites being religious people now, Err stumping on the animals, Ignignokt melting Carl, then he and Err steal his porn magazines, Meatwad causing the dresser to be on fire, Carl cooling himself off on his tan booth, Frylock's eyes are messed up, Carl heating up the Mooninites, Carl's head being set on game board, and Shake getting run over. Overall, a very funny episode of ATHF. 10/10moreless
  • Revenge of the Mooninites

    The Good:

    -"Am I not invisible?!"

    -"Everyone, bow your heads and pretend to be serious."

    -"Getting it is easy. Filling it with illegal substances and sending it across the border is not."

    -Ignignokt calls Master Shake 'Cup.' It's a subtle way of indicating that his name is not important to the Mooninite, and it's also unexpectedly funny.
  • The Mooninites (a.k.a. Ignignokt and Err) returned to Earth to cause more chaos

    Well, what can I say? you can't go wrong with the Mooninites episodes... they are always so dang hilarious and crack me up very hard. The Mooninites (a.k.a. Ignignokt and Err) returned to Earth to cause more chaos. Once again, just like the episode "Mayhem of the Mooninites", Meatwad helps them by getting some tickets so they can buy a bicycle but they spended the tickets on some Foreigner belt instead. The Mooninites buying the Foreigner belt was very funny. The Mooninites freezing Carl with that belt made me laugh so hard. The Mooninites using the belt to make Meatwad smoke and say a few bad things was hilarious. It was also hilarious when the Mooninites used their belt to make Frylock have double vision. Carl trying to unfreeze himself by getting close to the tanning bed was very funny. Carl chasing the Mooninites out of Earth was hilarious. Ignignokt sticking out his long middle finger was also hilarious. Everything in this episode was hilarious and well executed. Overall, an excellent episode of "Aqua Teen Hunger Force" and it's worth your time. 10/10moreless
  • Ignignot and Err return to the Aqua Teen Hunger Force's home and this time obtain a magical belt that has the powers of a famous 80's rock band known as "Foreigner".moreless

    Ignignot and Err return to the home of the Aqua Teen Hunger Force and this time obtain a magical belt from a fair. It has all of the powers of the 80's rock band known as "Foreigner". Carl's head turns into a play on of the song "Head Games"by Foreigner which turns your head into weird things,Ignignot freezes Carl's body with the song "Cold As Ice".

    He makes Frylock have trouble with his sight with the song "Double Vision".And finally Ignignot makes Meatwad a dirty white caucasian with the song "Dirty White Boy". Meatwad reveals what other stuff the Mooninites made him do. Though as they would say,"we are above all rules". Jobs have been fased out,weekends compensate the entire week,they get checks from the goverment and they spend the checks on mexican beer which is the cheapest of all beers. It's too bad they keep getting defeated. The ATHF didn't even bother dealing with them in ATHF THE MOVIE,because they had enough of them by then.

    I think by the bong episode they knew to stay away from them. Though we always know somehow the aqua teens will get involved with them again.

    I give this episode

    "5 digital dongs of superiority out of 5".moreless
  • Ignignokt and Err return for revenge and to cause more havoc, and they get a magic belt and they use it's powers to make Meatwad act like a punk and he burns the woods down, then they use the belt to ruin Frylock's vision.moreless

    This episode is sweet. Oh God, I love this episode. This episode is even better than the previous Mooninites episode episode 4 "Mayhem Of The Mooninites". They keep getting better and better as they go on. I think this episode is one of the best of the whole entire t.v. series. This episode is extremely funny, I laughed throughout the whole entire episode when I first saw it, I thought "classic". Who could not like this episode ? ! ? It is a very nice episode, who doesn't agree? So you need to watch this episode if you haven't. Cool episode.moreless

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Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions


  • TRIVIA (3)

  • QUOTES (11)

    • Meatwad: ...I would kill somebody in front of their own mama to get a ten-speed. And if anybody testifies against me, I'll gouge their eyes out.

    • (Looking at porn)
      Err: Oh man, you gotta check this out.
      Meatwad: Oh yeah baby, that's a neat car she's washing. You think that's a straight 6?
      Err: I think I have a straight 6.
      Ignignokt: Ooooo. Err, your sexual innuendo is priceless.

    • Carl: You shut up and you give me that belt!
      Err: Well come and get it if you're tough enough. (Carl snatches belt from Err) Hey man he took my belt!
      Ignignokt: Try using the belt without this - the instructions.
      Err: Just try.
      Carl: I don't need no instructions to know how to rock!

    • Meatwad: Hey Frylock. Do we have any pot?
      Frylock: No we don't...Marijuana is illegal.
      Err: What about nitrous, man...? 
      Ignignokt: Shut up, Err.

    • Meatwad: (Learning to count) Let's see now... 1...2...
      Shake: 42! 1973! 18!
      Meatwad: You shut up! 1...
      Shake: 100,000!!!

    • Carl: Oh, I'll give ya a magazine, buddy! Hey! It's full of hollow points! You're gonna love it when I put those in a gun, and then put 'em in your brain!

    • Ignignokt: This pornography is infinitely excellent. This dresser however, is very boring.
      Err: Yeah, get rid of it!
      Ignignokt: Torch the dresser, Meatwad.
      Meatwad: But, this is where Carl keeps his clothes.
      Ignignokt: Look, these girls don't have any clothes on and they're not complaining.
      Err: Yeah man, they're kissing each other!
      Ignignokt: And you want Carl to be forever kissed, don't you?

    • Ignignokt: Fry-man, we are full of religion now. Everyone, bow your heads and pretend to be serious.
      Err: Do it or I'll bow 'em for ya!

    • Meatwad: See, the object of the game is to get this machine somehow to spit out tickets. Now I really haven't figured out how that works yet...and I don't know what these wooden balls are for. I mean I've been eatin' em.

    • Meatwad: Last time you were here, you threw me at an old lady's mailbox and you made me moon Boy Scout troop 324!

    • Shake: How you ever gonna ride a ten speed with no frickin' legs? You're just gonna bust the ass you don't have! Who bothered to spawn you? And why?!

  • NOTES (1)


    • Connect Four
      When Carl tries to use the belt to fix Frylock's vision, he turns his own head into a Milton Bradley board game known as Connect Four.

    • "Mr. Roboto"
      When Igningnokt mentions Carl being burned with raidiation, Err then says, "Doma Arigoto," lyrics to the famous Styx song.

    • The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy
      "42" is the answer to "Life, the universe, and everything", as explained in detail and constantly referenced in The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy book series written by Douglas Adams.

    • Wolfen
      Ignignokt claims "his God is an Indian who turns into a wolf," but Err corrects him; he may be referring to the 1981 horror film. In a FOX News broadcast during the 2007 Boston Mooninite scare, this line was repeated on national television in an attempt to explain the Mooninites.