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Aqua Teen Hunger Force (also known as ATHF) is the second Williams Street [adult swim] series.

The show is about three anthropomorphic fast food items, along with their next-door neighbor, and their life together in South Jersey. The Aqua Teens were originally billed as a detective crime fighting unit; however, the crime-solving aspect of the show was quickly abandoned. (In the third season, Frylock states: "We haven't solved a mystery in three years!") There is little if any continuity between episodes; almost all recurring cast members have died at least once, only to return alive and well in the next episode. The focus is instead on a pervasive form of postmodern, surreal and often morbid humor, where the focus is often on dialogue and the characters' interrelation, to such a point where plot is often abandoned to allow more time for personal interaction.


Behind the ScenesEdit

Cast and CrewEdit

Main CharactersEdit

Guest StarsEdit


Main article: List_of_Aqua_Teen_Hunger_Force_Characters

Recurring CharactersEdit

Episode MechanicsEdit


The intro to each episode is an animated sequence of the Aqua Teens in an urban setting, and then it shifts to some action scenes at the end. The song in the opening is performed by Schooly D, and was written right before he got to the studio.

For the first two seasons, each show would open with a segment featuring Dr. Weird and Steve. In the beginning, the segment would tie into the episode: for example, Dr. Weird created Rabbot which ended up becoming the basis for the entire episode of ATHF. Later on, the segments would just be random things done by Dr. Weird.

In the third season, the pilot episode of the Spacecataz show was aired in small pieces before each ATHF episode, with the pilot's ending cut off.


The ending credits play over still images of what many fans argue is a type of 'origin' of the Aqua Teens. An instrumental rap song plays with a remixed audio from Rabbot: "Dancing is forbidden." Closed captioning on many episodes misquotes the audio as being "finger puppets" leading to debates over what the audio is. There are few instances where the ending sequence is different:

  • The first few episodes, the credits are plain white text on a black background.
  • In Mayhem of the Mooninites the Mooninites March song is played.
  • In MC P Pants I Want Candy is played.
  • In Dickesode everyone's first name is changed to Dick.
  • In Boost Mobile the can of Axe Body Spray appears in with the Aqua Teen characters.


Season 1Edit

1. Rabbot
2. Escape from Leprechaupolis
3. Bus of the Undead
4. Mayhem of the Mooninites
5. Balloonenstein
6. Space Conflict from Beyond Pluto
7. Ol' Drippy
8. Revenge of the Mooninites
9. MC P Pants
10. Circus
11. Dumber Days
12. Love Mummy
13. Dumber Dolls
14. Interfection
15. Bad Replicant
16. PDA

Season 2Edit

1. Mail-Order Bride
2. Super Birthday Snake
3. Universal Remonster
4. Super Bowl
5. Super Hero
6. Super Squatter
7. Super Spore
8. Super Model
9. Super Trivia
10. Super Sir Loin
11. Super Computer
12. Meat Zone
13. Cybernetic Ghost of Christmas Past from the Future
14. Frat Aliens
15. Total Recarl
16. Kidney Car
17. Revenge of the Trees
18. The Cloning
19. Broodwich
20. The Dressing
21. The
22. The Cubing
23. The Last One
24. The Clowning
25. Spirit Journey Formation Anniversary
26. The Shaving

Season 3Edit

1. Video Ouija
2. Unremarkable Voyage
3. Mooninites 3: Remooned
4. Gee Whiz
5. Edork
6. Little Brittle
7. Robositter
8. Mooninites 4: The Final Mooning
9. The South Bronx Parasite Diet
10. Dusty Gozangas
11. T-Shirt of the Dead
12. Hypno-Germ
13. Spacegate World

Season 4Edit

Special Note: this season was produced during the time the movie was being made, so episodes were not produced regularly, and there were long pauses between new episodes.

1. Boost Mobile
2. Dirtfoot
3. Master Shakes Star-Studded Christmas Special
4. Dickesode
5. Hand Banana
6. Party All the Time
7. Global Grilling
8. Grim Reaper Gutters
9. Moonajuana
10. Bart Oates
11. Antenna
12. Ezekial
13. Carl Wash

Season 5Edit

1. Boston [unaired episode]
2. Robots Everywhere
3. Sirens
4. Redickulous
5. Hoppy Bunny
6. Laser Lenses
7. Couples Skate
8. Dummy Love
9. The Marines
10. Bible Fruits



The Aqua Teen Hunger Force Movie Film For theaters is a film based on the series.

Video GamesEdit

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  • Shake is a pistachio-flavored milkshake.
  • Shake does not have a bedroom. He sleeps on the recliner.

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