Aqua Teen Hunger Force, Vol. 4 [2 Discs] [DVD]

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Special Features

  • Funny Pete stuff
  • "San Diego Must Be Destryed 2004"
  • Spacecataz
  • Raydon
  • F-art
  • The faces in front of the throats that make the voices that speak into the microphone
  • Send us money for this
  • Show commentaries
  • Closed Captioned


It's time for another eleven thrill-lacking adventures of the superhero team comprised of a pompous bag of French fries (Frylock), an obnoxious milk shake (Master Shake) and an idiot ball of hamburger meat (Meatwad) as Aqua Teen Hunger Force lumbers into its third season. The suspense is bearable in the season opener "Video Ouija", in which Master Shake commits suicide in order to contact Meatwad from the Great Beyond--digitally. Frylock shrinks to the size of that black stuff in the bottom of the bag to retrieve a microchip from inside Meatwad in "Unremarkable Voyage". The gang-banging aliens known as the Mooninites are back again in "Remooned", prepared to reduce Earth to a cinder in order to cash a check. Singer Ted Nugent provides his own voice in "Gee Whiz" a profoundly movingly inspirational religious experience, sort of. The central crisis in "e-Dork" concerns Master Shake's search for the perfect helmet accessory. The dreaded morphing rap deejay MC Pee Pants returns in the hideous form of an old nursing-home fart in "Little Brittle". Disaster of apocalyptic proportions occur when Meatwad is left in the care of Carl, owner of the Hunger Force's swimming-pool fortress of ineptitude, in "Robositter". At the request of no one, the Mooninites return to take advantage of Meatwad's video-game prowess in "Moon Master." The sight of four fast-food entrees trying to lose weight is a daunting and almost funny one in "Diet." Milk Shake's quest to bring the Olympics to New Jersey results only in a visit from a well-endowed stripper in "Dusty Gozongas." An ancient Egyptian curse and a pissed-off Santa Claus are the main ingredients in "T-Shirt of the Living Dead." Frylock's Mexican jumping beans transform him into a theatrical impresario in "Hypno-Germ." And in the season finale "Carl", the title character again demonstrates his incompetence as a baby sitter while Meatwad becomes the toast of Panama City. ~ Hal Erickson

Cast & Crew

  • Carey Means - Frylock
  • Dave Willis - Meatwad/Carl Brutananadilewski/Ignignokt
  • Dana Snyder - Master Shake

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