Aqua TV Show Show

Season 1 Episode 4

Mayhem of the Mooninites

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Aired Weekdays 10:30 PM Oct 14, 2001 on Cartoon Network
9.0
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A pair of two-dimensional creates from the Moon known as the Mooninites unexpectedly drop by the Aqua Teens' neighborhood. There, they start to take advantage of Meatwad and wreak havoc upon others around them.

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  • Debut of the Mooninites

    10
    A pair of two-dimensional creates from the Moon known as the Mooninites unexpectedly drop by the Aqua Teens' neighborhood. There, they start to take advantage of Meatwad and wreak havoc upon others around them. This episode introduced the two dimensional creatures from the moon known as the Mooninites. Those guys are freakin' funny. Everything about them is just nonstop talking about what he and Err do in the moon was flipping funny. I laughed at majority of their lines. Meatwad getting in jail because he stole a property was hilarious. Other more funny scenes are the laset ray moving so slow, "who did this to my freakin car?" Ignginokt flipping off Frylock and a couple more. Overall this is the going as my top 5 season 1 episode. 10/10moreless
  • Introduction Of The Mooninites

    10
    The Mooninites Ignigknot and Err went to Carl's House for a visit. But Carl tells them to go away. And they saw a sign that says "Room For Rent". Master Shake is selling Meatwad's room for them. And they treated Meatwad very badly like smoking and stealing. Meatwad went to jail for doing bad stuff. The Mooninites shoots Carl with Mr. Laser. Frylock is going to have a little talk with The Mooninites while they watch television. Frylock shoots the television with his eyes. Now Frylock is going to teach them a listen. He puts them on the ground and Meatwad tackles him. Meatwad told Frylock that those are his friends. The painful scene is Err puts a cigarette in Meatwad's eye. Now The Mooninites are going to destroy Frylock. But the laser was too slow. Frylock shoots them with his laser instead of theirs. And the ship approaches and they will be back. Also Ignigknot give Frylock the finger. Meatwad wonders about Carl after Carl landed on the moon. Ignigknot and Err orders him to drop his pants. I really think that episode is so cool. And also very funny. I give this episode 10 Perfect!!!moreless
  • Mayhem of the Mooninites

    10
    The Good:

    -"We're excellent spellers, challenge me."

    -"Really? Because I only see two." "Well, that sounds like a personal problem."

    -The Quad Laser is really slow.
  • The introduction of the Mooninites (a.k.a. Ignignokt and Err)

    10
    I thought that this was an excellent episode of "Aqua Teen Hunger Force". I really enjoyed the introduction of the Mooninites whose names happen to be Ignignokt and Err. I really loved their introduction since they are my favorite villains in this show and they most certainly make me laugh very hard everytime they appear in the episodes. Man, if only they were the main characters of the show instead of the recurring characters. Oh well, at least I still see them here in the old episodes and in the new episodes. So either way, they both crack me up in the old Aqua Teen and the new Aqua Teen. It was hilarious when they showed up on Carl's front door in the beginning of the episode. The Mooninites trying to steal stuff from the store and getting Meatwad in jail was funny. Shake sucking all of the water out of Carl's pool was funny. The Mooninites' lazer ray moving very slowly was absolutely hilarious. It was also hilarious when Frylock scared off the Mooninites and then Ignignokt flipped off Frylock after that. The ending with the Mooninites landing on the moon and Carl being on the moon was funny. Overall, a hilarious and excellent introduction to my favorite villains the Mooninites who are also known as Ignignokt and Err... excellent episode of "Aqua Teen Hunger Force". 10/10moreless
  • I never really did care for the mooninites, but I love the Aqua Teens!

    8.0
    I know that alot of people out there love the mooninites. I am not one of those people, I really don't care for any episodes that feature the mooninites. I don't find them funny, and all that they do is basically tell dirty jokes, one thing that the show does not need anymore of. I thought that Meatwad was so funny in this episode especially when he started acting like he was cool and was smoking. I mean it's alright to throw in a dirty joke every once in awhile, but that's all the mooninites have for them, unlike the Aqua Teens.moreless
C. Martin Croker

C. Martin Croker

Dr. Weird, Steve (2001-2003)

Carey Means

Carey Means

Frylock, Various Voices

Dave Willis

Dave Willis

Meatwad, Carl, Various Voices

Dana Snyder

Dana Snyder

Master Shake, Various Voices

Schoolly D

Schoolly D

Narrator

Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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  • TRIVIA (2)

    • This episode marks the first appearance of the Mooninites: Ignignokt and his compatriot, Err.

    • Dr. Weird's guitar amp and speaker cabinets look like classic Marshall rigs, but closer inspection reveals a "Weird" logo where the word "Marshall" logo normally appears.

  • QUOTES (12)

    • Ignignokt: We do whatever we want, to whomever we want, at all times.

    • Frylock: What happened to Meatwad? Err: He got busted man. Ignignokt: For drinking and stealing and smoking in a non-smoking area.

    • Ignignokt: Pick up that stereo and sink it deep within your body. Meatwad: But then that would be stealing. Err: Not if you need it, and you need it.

    • Ignignokt: Your roommate is a nerd. Err: Yes, on the moon nerds get their pants pulled down and they are spanked with moon rocks.

    • Meatwad: Where's my whiskey? I'm 'bout to get tore up! Ignignokt: We shall acquire some wine on the way to the mall. Err: And then you can get tore up. Ignignokt: And pass out in the hot sun. Meatwad: Them's my boys!

    • Frylock: Shake, have you seen my towel? Shake: Just use a paper towel. Frylock: I'm taking a bath. Shake: They're right in the kitchen, just go get 'em.

    • Ignignokt: (flipping off the earth) I hope he can see this because I'm doing it as hard as I can.

    • Meatwad: Someone light me up, I'm having a nic-fit.
      Ignignokt: Err, light him up.
      Frylock: Meatwad!
      Err: Here.
      Ignignokt: Encourage him in his habit.
      Err: That's a good smoker.

    • Ignignokt: (questioning Frylock's lasers) What was that?
      Err: Whoa, did those just come out of your eyes?
      Ignignokt: They're primitive.
      Err: Damn those are fast, man!
      Ignignokt: We are not impressed.
      Err: They weren't that cool.

    • Ignignokt: You and your third dimension.
      Frylock: What about it?
      Ignignokt: Oh, nothing, it's cute. We have five.
      Err: ...Th, Thousand.
      Ignignokt: Yes, five thousand.
      Err: Don't question it!
      Frylock: Oh, yeah? Well, I only see two.
      Ignignokt: Well, that sounds like a personal problem.

    • Ignignokt: Now wrap yourself around that rack of DVDs.
      Err: Smoke up!
      Ignignokt: Smoke while you are doing so.

    • Err: Point is, we're at the center, not you!
      Carl: No, the real point is... I don't give a damn.

  • NOTES (3)


    • This is the first time a different song is used during the end credits.

    • Most of the sound effects made by the Mooninites are from the Atari 2600. Culled from the games: Circus Atari, Air/Sea Battle, and Pac-Man. Also, The Mooninites' spaceship is the bonus-points saucer from Space Invaders on the Atari 2600.

    • "Vegetable Man" is on the Aqua Teens' television in this episode. The full version can be found on one of the Volume Two DVDs via Easter Egg. The entire short film was directed by Jay Edwards.



  • ALLUSIONS (1)

    • Brickout
      In this episode, Carl sarcastically alludes to this game. Brickout is a very widely recognized arcade game where the player bounces the ball back and forth with a paddle to destroy the bricks. The game originated as an Atari standup game (Breakout) back in the 1970s, then was ported to the Apple II (Apple changed the name) and spread from there. Since then, there's been numerous versions and clones of it, on just about every computer platform imaginable (even cell phones).

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