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Frylock, Master Shake and Meatwad drift aimlessly into 24 new and marginally thrilling adventures during Season Two of the animated series Aqua Teen Hunger Force. The season begins with the belated "original" pilot episode, which was supposed to introduce the fast-food protagonists (a bag of fries, a milkshake and a chunk of hamburger meat) on Space Ghost Coast-to-Coast), but remained unfilmed until twos year after the series debuted. And if that makes sense to you, maybe you need to lie down for a while until it passes over. Anyway, this season's trayful of excitement includes a birthday mixup in which Master Shake buys Meatwad a deadly snake instead of a cute bunny--and then kills both of his comrades (temporarily, of course). Later on, Meatwad reinvents himself as a new, toxic-wasted superhero called "The Drizzle"; Frylock's newly invented super computer destroys the home of the Hunger Force's reluctant "host" Carl; the Force's efforts to thwart a killer tentacle (the "Super Spore") are complicated by the fact that their enemy speaks only Japanese and won't stay on the paper; Meatwad goes the "Dead Zone" route when he acquires the power to see the future whenever touching someone (how can a hamburger touch anyone? Oh, well. . .); Family Guy creator Seth MacFarlane is heard as the voice of trivia expert Wayne "The Brain" McClain (no, he's not mainly on the plain); monumentally inept aliens Emory and Oglethorpe use "Fargate" technology to hack into the Force's cable TV; New Jersey is held in the grip of terror by the attack of the killer trees; the monster in Carl's attic shows up at Halloween to pick up his mail and make his usual feeble efforts to scare people; a demon-possessed submarine sandwich calls for an improvised exorcism; the Force is sorely disappointed when the all-knowing Wisdom Cube refuses to reveal anything important; DP and Skeeter, the fearsome Frat Brothers from Outer Space, manage to lose friends and infuriate people without really trying; and it must be the end of the world when Carl transforms into. . .oh no!. . .a CLOWN! AAAAAAAH!!!! Evidently, the second season of Aqua Teen Hunger Force was supposed to be the last, else why would the season finale be titled "The Last One" and feature a reunion of all the Aqua Teen's past enemies? Never mind; there was a third season. Feel better now? ~ Hal Erickson
Cast & Crew
Carey Means - Frylock
Dave Willis - Meatwad/Carl Brutananadilewski/Ignignokt