Aqua TV Show Show

Season 6 Episode 10

Last Last One Forever and Ever

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Aired Weekdays 10:30 PM May 31, 2009 on Cartoon Network
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A man looking similar to Shake must write a novel to pay off his rent to a man that looks similar to Frylock. He receives help from an exercise ball.

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  • Last Last One Forever and Ever

    10
    The Good:

    -"You know how much I cleared last year?" ... "$1600?" "Wrong. $6500." "That's less." "It's a lot, though. I'm rich."

    -"This story is about a talking, yellow sponge and he lives under the ocean." "Hasn't that one been done?" "No, I don't think so."

    -"Truly, they were an Aqua Teen Hunger Force."

    -"Don't tell me how to drive, jackass."
  • "This story is about a talking yellow sponge and he lives under the ocean" LOL

    10
    I thought that this was an excellent episode of "Aqua Teen Hunger Force" and most of the episode was pretty much just live-action. The Aqua Teen Hunger Force go live-action in this episode. In the first 3 minutes of the episode, the animated Aqua Teen Hunger Force find out that there is fire in the water. They are animated in the first 3 minutes of this episode then they go live-action and then they go back to animated in the last 1 minute of the episode. T-Pain is Live-Action Frylock, H. Jon Benjamin is Live-Action Shake, and Dave Long Jr. is Live-Action Carl. As for Live-Action Meatwad, he is just a talking red bouncy ball. Live-Action Shake trying to come up with a good ending was very funny. Meatwad's line "This story is about a talking yellow sponge and he lives under the ocean" was absolutely hilarious because he was talking about "SpongeBob SquarePants" and then Live-Action Shake responds "Wait, hasn't that story been done before" and then Meatwad responds "No, I don't think so"... I was cracking up in that part. Live-Action Carl's appearance was absolutely hilarious. The last 1 minute of the episode when the Aqua Teen Hunger Force are animated was funny when they are moving to another house and Meatwad wanted a hug from Carl before they leave and then Meatwad's line "drop your sack and let me hold it" (or something close to that) made me crack up. Overall, an excellent Live-Action episode of "Aqua Teen Hunger Force" and the cast that played the Live-Action Aqua Teen Hunger Force did a terrific job. 10/10moreless

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