Good bye, Carl. Goodbye forever. Truly they were an Aqua Teen Hunger Force. You're emergency brake is on! Don't tell me how to drive, jackass.
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No, you say? Well, you'd be right. This animation, built from the wastes of the long-running "Adult Swim" Cartoon Network series, falls under "You've got to be kidding me. This isn't a movie at all" genre. It's about a floating box of french fries Frylock , a chatty, dim-witted milkshake Master Shake and a rolling, hair-picking-up meatball Meatwad who save the world or something like it from assorted cartoon villains. The joke here is that one of the guys voicing a character sounds a little like the fat kid from "South Park," another sounds like a bad Schwarzenegger impersonator, another like Chris Tucker and one a tiny bit like a cut-rate Lewis Black.
Aqua Teen is always the same. The most we got was the fifth season, where they did three episodes where their landlord Markula had them captured. Once that was over, things went back to normal and Markula was only mentioned one other time. No, Aqua Teen Hunger Force never strayed away from what it is. Creators Dave Willis and Matt Maiellaro figured out how to make a ridiculously long-running cartoon out of four characters who hate each other.
While this absurdist humor isn't exactly for everyone and it can occasionally be too edgy for its own good, it's a legitimately great time, and it's pretty widely considered a cult classic now. For those who aren't initiated into the show, Adult Swim also features a randomized hour stream of the show on their website, which can be accessed without a login or a cable subscription. Let's take a look at the funniest moments in the show's history that heavily feature the show's sometimes straight man, Frylock. The episode mostly centers around Shake, who's played by H. While T-Pain doesn't feature very much in the episode, he's seen on Frylock's computer at the end.