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This is an episode list for the animated series Aqua Teen Hunger Force. The series premiered on Cartoon Network on December 30, 2000, with its pilot episode "Rabbot". Later, it became part of Cartoon Network's Adult Swim programming block. The fifth season began airing on January 20, 2008.[1] Episodes from the first 4 seasons are available on five two-disc DVD box-sets. Aqua Teen Hunger Force is rated TV-PG, TV-14, and TV-MA. As of March 2, 2008, 74 episodes have been aired over five seasons.

The series is spun-off from a script for an episode of Space Ghost Coast to Coast named "Baffler Meal", which was not produced until Aqua Teen Hunger Force became popular. A feature-length movie based on the series opened on April 13, 2007.[2]

At least one additional season after the current (fifth) season is expected to air.[3]

The list is ordered by the episodes' original air dates.

Series Overview[edit]

Season Episodes Originally Aired DVD Volume DVD Release Date (R1)
1 18 20002002 1 & 2 November 18, 2003 / July 20, 2004
2 24 2003 2 & 3 July 20, 2004 / November 16, 2004
3 13 2004 4 December 6, 2005
4 13 20052006 5 January 29, 2008
5 TBA 2008 6 TBA

Season 1: 2000–2002[edit]

The season starts off with the crime-fighting aspect intact, but quickly drops it after a few episodes.

# Total Title Original airdate Prod. Code
1 1 "Rabbot" December 30, 2000 101
Dr. Weird builds a titanic robotic rabbit, which spritzes everything it doesn't smash (such as the Powerpuff Mall and, more importantly, Carl's car) with a hair-growing formula. It's up to the Aqua Teens to stop this menace, though Master Shake isn't as enthusiastic about this mission as he first seemed.
2 2 "Escape from Leprechaupolis" September 9, 2001 102

Leprechauns Flargon, Dingle, and Merle steal a rainbow-creating device from Dr. Weird for use in a conspiracy to steal shoes. When Carl falls prey to their scheme, Frylock and the Aqua Teens investigate.

Flargon is voiced by Scott Hilley and Merle is voiced by Andy Merrill.
3 3 "Bus of the Undead" September 30, 2001 103

Mothmonsterman escapes from Dr. Weird's lair and threatens trouble for the Aqua Teens if they don't leave their lights on. Master Shake suspects him to be Count Dracula, and later believes a school bus is possessed by Dracula's ghost.

Mothmonsterman is voiced by H. Jon Benjamin, Assisted Living Dracula is played by Don Kennedy, and the nurse is played by Mary Kraft.
4 4 "Mayhem of the Mooninites" October 14, 2001 104
The Mooninites land on Earth to spread their advanced technology, flaunt their superiority, and cause trouble. They take advantage of Meatwad's naivety and try to corrupt him.
5 5 "Balloonenstein" December 23, 2001 105
Master Shake puts Meatwad in the tumble-dryer, causing Meatwad to gain the power to control static electricity. After killing his friend Squirrely from the electricity, Meatwad finds a new pet, which is a balloon and ends up absorbing the electricity and floating out to sea.
6 6 "Space Conflict from Beyond Pluto" April 7, 2002 106
The Plutonians, very ignorant aliens, try to conquer the world by kidnapping Master Shake and subjecting him to women's magazines and virtual reality tortures.
7 7 "Ol' Drippy" April 21, 2002 107

A well-mannered benevolent entity made of mold inhabits the household and befriends Meatwad. Shake becomes jealous, as everyone likes "Ol' Drippy" more than him.

Ol' Drippy is voiced by Todd Field.
8 8 "Revenge of the Mooninites" May 5, 2002 108
The Mooninites trick Meatwad into helping them acquire the Foreigner Belt, a magical belt that gives the bearer super-powers based on the lyrics of Foreigner songs.
9 9 "MC P. Pants" May 19, 2002 109

MC Pee Pants, a rap star whom Meatwad idolizes, turns out to be an anthropomorphic spider who puts subliminal messages in his songs as part of a convoluted scheme to unleash demons from Hell to run a massive diet pill pyramid scheme.

MC Pee Pants is voiced by mc chris.
10 10 "Dumber Dolls" November 3, 2002 113

Frylock buys Meatwad a new doll named "Happy Time Harry". It turns out that the doll is a depressed, cynical, suicidal, knife-wielding, drug-addicted alcoholic who makes Meatwad as depressed and cynical as he is.

Happy Time Harry is voiced by David Cross (credited as "Sir Willups Brightslymoore").
11 11 "Bad Replicant" November 10, 2002 115

The Plutonians unsuccessfully try to clone Master Shake, instead creating "Major Shake," an abomination with a boombox protruding from his abdomen. Major Shake is sent to earth as part of the Plutonians' plan to "de-terraform" Earth.

Major Shake is voiced by Matt Harrigan.
12 12 "Circus" November 17, 2002 110
Master Shake sells Meatwad to a circus run by the Prince of Jupiter, but is annoyed when Meatwad becomes a success.
13 13 "Love Mummy" November 24, 2002 112

A mummy found in the basement of the Aqua Teens' house frightens Frylock into pandering to its every command with the threat of a curse.

The Love Mummy is voiced by Tom Clark.
14 14 "Dumber Days" December 1, 2002 111
Meatwad discovers his brain is a cat toy, and Frylock decides to get Meatwad a new brain that makes him super-intelligent.
15 15 "Interfection" December 8, 2002 114

While using Frylock's computer to access a search engine, Master Shake and Meatwad accidentally cause the house to be infested with giant material pop-up ads, controlled by an Internet deity named "The Wwwyzzerdd."

Wwwyzzerdd is voiced by Todd Hanson.
16 16 "PDA" December 15, 2002 116

Master Shake tries to find his missing PDA, and ends up accusing Romulox, a tar monster who's also a pretentious yuppie, of stealing it.

Romulox is voiced by Todd Barry and Carl's Insurance Adjuster ("Vishal") is voiced by Vishal Roney.
17 17 "Mail Order Bride" December 22, 2002 117

As a Christmas present for themselves, Master Shake and Carl split the cost of a mail-order bride from Chechnya, who locks herself in Carl's house when she gets a good look at her new "husbands."

Svetlana is voiced by Rita McGrath and the Wedding DJ is voiced by George Lowe.
18 18 "Cybernetic Ghost of Christmas Past from the Future" December 29, 2002 118

Carl is harassed by a robotic Ghost of Christmas Past from the Future, who fills Carl's pool and plumbing with elven blood and tells Carl his house is cursed because it was built on a graveyard for elves.

Glenn Danzig is voiced by himself.

Season 2: 2003[edit]

Several trends involving the episode names are noticeable in this season. For example the first half all have the word "super" in their names ("Super Bowl," "Super Birthday Snake," "Super Trivia," etc.) while many later episodes begin with the word "the" ("The Dressing," "The Last One," "THE," etc.)

# Total Title Original airdate Prod. Code
1 19 "Super Birthday Snake" May 25, 2003 202
Meatwad wants a rabbit, but Shake gets him a snake instead, which ends up eating them both. After killing the two in an attempt to free them from the snake, Frylock goes off the deep end and degenerates into a life of crime and cheap, meaningless sex.
2 20 "Super Hero" June 1, 2003 204
Shake wishes to become a superhero, and after his promotional schemes fail, he obtains several vats of radioactive liquid to splash upon himself and gain superpowers. Instead of becoming "The Drizzle," he quickly begins melting and deforming as the radioactive materials start affecting him. Thus, "The Fume" is born.
3 21 "Super Bowl" June 8, 2003 203
Meatwad wins two tickets to the Super Bowl in Detroit from a corn chips promotion. A competition ensues between Carl and Shake on who will be the one to accompany Meatwad.
4 22 "Super Computer" June 15, 2003 201

Frylock develops a spherical supercomputer/game console that he calls the OoGhiJ MIQtxxXA (Klingon for "superior galactic intelligence"), which is accidentally sent back in time. It ends up in the hands of a caveman, Oog, who gains super-intelligence and longevity with the help of the computer, then takes out a patent on it.

Oog is voiced by Jonathan Glaser.
5 23 "Super Model" June 22, 2003 205
Master Shake travels to Guatemala for plastic surgery because he can't afford to have it done in the United States. Originally just rhinoplasty, Meatwad plays mind-games on Shake and convinces him to get more surgery done with disastrous results.
6 24 "Super Spore" June 29, 2003 206

A "Japanese"-speaking alien creature named Travis of the Cosmos takes over Shake's body, learns English, pees over everything and tries to get a job, dental plan, and 401(k).

Travis of the Cosmos is voiced by Brooks Braselman.
7 25 "Super Sirloin" August 31, 2003 207

Meatwad listens continuously to "4 Da Shorteez" by Sir Loin. He deprives Master Shake and Frylock of food in order to highlight the hunger felt by children across the world, collecting it in a garbage bag which he intends to donate to the "shorties." In the end, the Aqua Teens discover that Sir Loin is actually MC Pee Pants reincarnated as a cow, with plans of collecting garbage flies and using their acid spit to melt bank walls. Frylock convinces MC to go get a loan instead, with results much like the last time they met.

mc chris reprises his role as MC Pee Pants/Sir Loin.
8 26 "Super Squatter" September 7, 2003 208
Master Shake refuses to pay the bills, and the Aqua Teens lose the use of their utilities. Frylock tries to get Shake to be more responsible, but Shake just tries to mooch off Carl instead. In a failed attempt to get Shake out of his house, Carl accidentally shoots himself in the ankle.
9 27 "The Meat Zone" September 14, 2003 211
Meatwad gains the "ability" to see the future, an ability that Master Shake wastes no time in trying to exploit. It turns out Meatwad's abilities were hallucinations caused by eating caulk, and the whole thing was a series of stupid coincidences. This is the first episode of the 2003 season that doesn't begin with the word "Super."
10 28 "Super Trivia" September 21, 2003 209

Frylock, along with Shake, Meatwad, and a very reluctant Carl, try to defeat Wayne "The Main Brain" McClane at a game of bar trivia.

Ned Hastings guest stars as himself, while Wayne is voiced by Seth MacFarlane.
11 29 "Universal Remonster" September 28, 2003 212
Emory and Oglethorpe travel across space and time through the "Fargate" (a thinly-disguised copy of the Stargate) to steal the Aqua Teens' cable. In order to control which channel they watch, they use the Universal Remonster, a small robot made of several remote controls and shaped like a small werewolf that accidentally ends up in the hands of Master Shake, who uses it to torture Meatwad.
12 30 "Total Re-Carl" October 5, 2003 213
Carl's body gets destroyed when he field-tests Frylock's experimental environmentally safe toilet, and only his head remains. The Aqua Teens attempt to acquire and construct a new body to resurrect their fallen neighbor.
13 31 "Revenge of the Trees" October 12, 2003 214
Shake attempts to flash-fry an entire cow, and afterwards Carl and Shake dump the oil into a forest. It turns out that the trees are sentient, and they capture Carl and use his skin as paper. Shake is put to trial with Frylock as a lawyer, but the two end up burning the forest down.
14 32 "Spirit Journey Formation Anniversary" October 19, 2003 216

It's Meatwad's birthday and Shake can't stand "Happy Birthday To You," so he has a new heavy-metal song commissioned--then he has to figure out how to pay for it.

Zakk Wylde guest stars as the song's co-writer.
15 33 "The Shaving" October 26, 2003 217

It's Halloween, and the Aqua Teen Hunger Force discovers a "monster" in their attic: a giant onion-like spider named Willie Nelson who shaves every two days. Shake makes fun of him, then tries to teach him how to scare people, not knowing the truth about Willie.

Willie Nelson is voiced by Tom Scharpling.
16 34 "Broodwich" November 2, 2003 210

Shake discovers an underground cavern where the Broodwich, a diabolically delicious (but cursed) sandwich, rests. Every bite sends him to a hellish place for a few seconds, and anyone who eats the whole thing is trapped there and killed by a short creature with an axe. Shake narrowly escapes his fate by picking off the sun-dried tomatoes.

Jerry (the axe guy) is voiced by Jonathan Glaser, while Isaac Hayes III plays the disembodied voice heard throughout the episode.
17 35 "Kidney Car" November 16, 2003 218
Master Shake destroys Carl's car in a demolition derby. Meatwad gets the car as a donation, and finds that it's useless after multiple "attempts" to fix it. With the "2 Wycked" out of service, Frylock decides to help repair the vehicle, but Shake is more interested in goofing off and scaring Meatwad with a flashlight.
18 36 "The Cubing" November 23, 2003 219

The "wisdom cube," a cube from outer space, comes to the Aqua Teens' yard. It claims to have all of the wisdom in the universe, but it does little to reinforce its claim, instead playing telephone pranks and telling boring stories.

Jon Schnepp and Brian Posehn (credited as "Jason Todd") play the voices of the Wisdom Cubes.
19 37 "Frat Aliens" November 30, 2003 215

Skeeter and DP, two extremely drunk aliens from a stereotypical fraternity, land in the Aqua Teens' backyard, and prove to be nuisances.

Patton Oswalt(credited as Shecky Chucklestein) provides the voices of DP and Skeeter.
20 38 "The Clowning" December 7, 2003 220

Carl gets a wig containing alien DNA that turns him into a clown.

Hayden Ward plays the voice of Carl's girlfriend, and Matt Maiellaro plays the voice of the Styro Head.
21 39 "The Dressing" December 14, 2003 221
The Cybernetic Ghost of Christmas Past from the Future returns as Turkitron, a robotic turkey sent to the past to save the great, great, great, great, great grandfather of 'Goblox', the future leader of the turkey rebellion against the Master Chickens.
22 40 "The" December 21, 2003 222
After Shake nearly destroys the house by leaving garbage everywhere (especially in Frylock's room, which he has closed off), burning plastic, stockpiling chicken carcasses, and planting land mines in the hallway, Frylock gets fed up and moves out.
23 41 "The Cloning" December 31, 2003 223
Due to excess cloning, the Aqua Teens' new TV is evil and depicts a video of Frylock killing Shake, Meatwad, and Carl. Shake and Frylock then proceed to attempt to clone one-dollar bills.
24 42 "The Last One" December 31, 2003 224
On the moon, the Mooninites attempt to assemble a league of characters from previous episodes to exact revenge on the Aqua Teen Hunger Force. Most of the gathered characters seem to have little or no clue why they've been summoned, and the Mooninites themselves appear to be the only ones with any real interest in, as Ignignokt puts it, "The bruising of the Aqua Teens' asses." It was given its title because it was the last episode of 2003.

Season 3: 2004[edit]

# Total Title Original airdate Prod. Code
1 43 "Video Ouija" April 25, 2004 301
Shake commits suicide just so he can haunt Meatwad through his new video game, Video Ouija which Meatwad, ironically, loses interest in immediately after. Frylock hires a witch doctor named Billy to bring Shake back to life, but Billy seems more comfortable resurrecting chickens.
2 44 "Unremarkable Voyage" May 9, 2004 302
Frylock invents a shrinking ray that allows him to shrink or enlarge any object at which he fires. He uses it to build a huge computer chip then shrink it. However, Meatwad eats the chip, and Frylock must shrink himself and recover it from inside. Shake carries it to its inevitable conclusion - gross abuse of power.
3 45 "Remooned" August 15, 2004 303
Ignignokt and Err travel to Earth to cash a check (which they stole from Ignignokt's crazy uncle Cliff), and they coerce Master Shake and Meatwad into assisting them.
4 46 "Gee Whiz" August 22, 2004 304

A billboard with the face of a famous religious icon seems to have given Meatwad the gift of child. A strange aura of political correctness also appears frequently.

Production information
Dave Willis's inspiration to "impregnate" Meatwad came from his wife's pregnancy during the production and writing of the episode. The idea of people seeing Jesus on a billboard came from a 1991 billboard in Atlanta, Georgia of a forkful of spaghetti, which people saw as the face of Jesus.[4]

Ted Nugent portrays a likeness of himself in this episode. They recorded in a studio in Texas while Ted was there on a hunting trip. Nugent also suggested the badger loin cloth that his animated self wore.[4]

The standards and practices video was derived from problems that Cartoon Network had with the first version of the episode, in particular the use of Jesus.[4]
5 47 "eDork" August 29, 2004 305
Shake is obsessed with buying as many add-ons to his laughably outdated eHelmet (including a player piano, or the "E-iano") as he can find.
6 48 "Little Brittle" September 5, 2004 306

MC Pee Pants returns from hell as an elderly rapping phenomenon. This time, he sings the song "Please Come Visit Me, Dawg" to entice vampires from Transylvania to come and bite him, in the hopes of making him immortal and thus allowing him to skip his numerous reincarnation visits with Satan and go to Heaven instead.

Little Brittle is voiced by mc chris.
7 49 "Robositter" September 12, 2004 307

Forced to become employed, Frylock and Shake begin working in the food service industry. After Meatwad gets into the medicine cabinet while under Carl's supervision, Frylock creates a robotic babysitter, voiced by Sarah Silverman, to take care of him. Shake is flippant and impossible, even more so, while at work.

The Robositter is voiced by Sarah Silverman (credited as "Big S").
8 50 "Moon Master" September 19, 2004 308

The Mooninites distribute a deceptively easy video game (most likely a parody of The Last Starfighter) in an attempt to start a pyramid scheme.

This episode was renamed "Mooninites 4: The Final Mooning" on the Aqua Teen Hunger Force volume 4 DVD.
9 51 "Diet" September 26, 2004 310

Meatwad and Carl compete to see who can lose the most weight. Carl wins after eating a special candy bar with surprise ingredients. Meatwad can't stand a balanced diet and simply gains more, and Shake pleads to be part of the bet and eventually becomes a husk of his former self via vacuum cleaner.

This episode was once originally going to be titled "South Bronx Paradise Diet". The volume 4 DVD has it retitled "The South Bronx Parasite Diet".

The large larva is voiced by Akhenaton Nickens.
10 52 "Dusty Gozongas" October 3, 2004 309

Shake and Carl compete for the affections of a ditzy civil servant who moonlights as an exotic dancer (and sometimes gets her jobs confused).

Dusty Gozongas is voiced by Scott Thompson (credited as "Veronica Billingsley").
11 53 "T-Shirt of the Living Dead" October 10, 2004 311
While on a museum tour, Shake breaks a glass container containing an ancient Egyptian t-shirt that is more than 1,000 years old. After washing it in the washer, the shirt shrinks, and the only person who can wear and use it is Meatwad. The t-shirt gives Meatwad unfathomable powers, which he mainly uses to summon Santa Claus and the Easter Bunny (along with his twin brother Derryl).
12 54 "Hypno-Germ" October 17, 2004 312

Shake starts hallucinating when a band of "Hypno-Germs" invade his brain and try to stage an outlandish play inside his head.

Bean Wizard is voiced by Bob Odenkirk (credited as "Vance Hammersly"), Germ King is voiced by Eric Wareheim, and the basketball is voiced by Tim Heidecker.
13 55 "Carl" October 24, 2004 313

Carl is left to babysit Dewey, Vanessa, and Boxy Brown while the Aqua Teens are vacationing in Panama City, Florida. A rare glimpse into what it is to be Carl, his motivations, aspirations and dreams.

This episode was renamed "Spacegate World" on the Aqua Teen Hunger Force volume 4 DVD.

Season 4: 2005–2006[edit]

# Total Title Original airdate Prod. Code
1 56 "Dirtfoot" December 4, 2005 401
Shake pretends to fall down a well in an attempt to pick up girls. His roommate in the well is Dirtfoot (a combination of bigfoot and the Jersey Devil).
2 57 "Boost Mobile" December 11, 2005 402

Shake becomes a mobile phone sales representative. This is the first episode that advertises for a real company brand (Boost Mobile and AXE Body Spray).

The Boost Mobile phone is voiced by Killer Mike (credited as "Michael Render").
3 58 "Deleted Scenes" December 18, 2005 403
Shake shows clips which were cut from his Untitled Master Shake Project. This is the only 22 minute episode so far; it has since been split into two parts for regular broadcast. The episode was originally listed as "Star Studded Christmas Spectacular Starring Rhon Geremi," a reference to pornographic actor Ron Jeremy, who did not appear in the episode.
4 59 "Dickesode" October 22, 2006 404

A fast food restaurant's "Rip-n-Win" contest awards Carl the "prize" of genital mutilation. The word dick is said 53 times. In the credits, everyone's first name is replaced with "Dick".

Brendon Small and Tommy Blacha guest star.
5 60 "Handbanana" October 29, 2006 405
Frylock makes Meatwad a dog named Handbanana using Make Your Own Dog 1.0, Carl's pool water, and Shake's DNA. Handbanana "mind-links" with Carl, raping him repeatedly and mercilessly.
6 61 "Party All the Time" November 5, 2006 406

Frylock notices a strange growth on his face; a biopsy reveals this to be malignant melanoma. The time machine he built goes to waste as Frylock, facing the uncertainty of recovery and the debilitating effects of chemotherapy, sinks into depression. Meatwad, Shake, Carl, and Andrew W.K. try to console and cheer him the only way they know how: parties and fire.

The song performed by Andrew W.K. under cameo can be downloaded from his website: [2]
7 62 "Global Grilling" November 12, 2006 408
Shake's new radioactive grill destroys the ozone layer, leading to the enslavement of humanity by mucus-men.
8 63 "Grim Reaper Gutters" November 19, 2006 409

An unusually persuasive gutter salesman interrupts an otherwise charming discourse on good times and good friends.

Tera Patrick is voiced by herself.
9 64 "Moonajuana" November 26, 2006 410
Ignignokt and Err give Shake some Moonajuana for his crippling glaucoma and burgle the neighborhood.
10 65 "Bart Oates" December 3, 2006 407

While Master Shake and Meatwad get arrested for D.U.I., legendary New York Giants center Bart Oates appears and influences Carl to change his life.

Bart Oates is voiced by himself.
11 66 "Antenna" December 10, 2006 412

Carl unwittingly endangers the planet when he accepts 40 dollars (which turn out to be not dollars, but a type of space money that is a bunch of floating 3d objects) a month to maintain an alien antenna.

George Lowe is voiced by himself and the aliens are voiced by Mike Judge and Will Forte.
12 67 "Ezekiel" December 17, 2006 411

Shake takes on the most important role of his life—that of a father. However, as with most things, Shake attempts to take advantage of the situation and becomes the proverbial "hockey-dad".

Ezekiel is voiced by Patton Oswalt (credited as "Shecky Chucklestein").
13 68 "Carl Wash" December 22, 2006 413
Meatwad gets a job at a car wash run by brains named Carl and Carl Jr., but the car wash is a front for plans of a more sinister sort.

Season 5: 2008[edit]

A recurring story element in Season 5 is the gas leak in the Aqua Teens' house, which their landlord, Marcula, refuses to fix.

# Total Title Original airdate Prod. Code
1 69 "Robots Everywhere" January 20, 2008 502

When the Aqua Teens are cocooned in the desert by their landlord Marcula, Carl tries to sell their house to robots.

This episode was originally released as an extra feature of the Aqua Teen Hunger Force Zombie Ninja Pro-Am video game.[5]
2 70 "Sirens" January 27, 2008 503

A trio of Sirens (Chrysanthemum, The BJ Queen, and John Kruk) move into the Aqua Teens' house and catch Carl's interest.

Guest appearances from Neko Case, Kelly Hogan, and former professional baseball star John Kruk.
3 71 "Couples Skate" February 3, 2008 507
The Aqua Teens must either escape the spider cocoons their landlord Marcula has trapped them in, or pay the rent they owe him, while Carl gets a new neighbor, a huge demon named Paul who is going through a difficult custody battle.
4 72 "Reedickyoulus" February 10, 2008 504
Carl's new male enhancement device produces some unsavory side effects.
5 73 "Hoppy Bunny" February 17, 2008 505
Carl's home becomes a haven for furries.
6 74 "Laser Lenses" March 2, 2008 506
Master Shake's megalomania soars to new heights once he steals Frylock's laser-shooting contact lenses.
7 75 "Dummy Love[6]" March 9, 2008 508
A murderous ventriloquist dummy makes a discovery.
8 76 "The Marines[6]" March 16, 2008 509
Frylock flees when Meatwad unwittingly enlists the Aqua Teens into the Marine Corps.
9 77 "Fruits[6]" March 23, 2008 510
Frylock decides to party with friends from a social networking website.
10 78 "Gum" March 30, 2008 501
Meatwad gets too many prizes after buying the Mooninites's Bubble Gum. Exclusive Shorts[edit]

Carl's Pissed![edit]

Beginning in October of 2007, the Adult Swim website began posting exclusive videos of Carl's thoughts and musings on sports-related current events.

# Title Original airdate
1 "Memories of Joe" October 19, 2007
Carl agonizes over the departure of New York Yankees manager Joe Torre and fondly remembers some times they shared together.
2 "Boston Freakin' Won" October 29, 2007
Carl explains the insignificance of Red Sox World Series win and how Isiah Thomas is an amateur when it comes to sexual harassment.
3 "Brady vs. Manning" November 5, 2007
Carl is upset at the amount of media attention the Indianapolis Colts vs. New England Patriots game has been receiving, as opposed to his Giants on their bye week.
4 "Red is for Losers" November 12, 2007
Carl is upset at the performance of his New York Giants against the Dallas Cowboys and their selection of red throwback jerseys.
5 "Let Barry by Barry" November 19, 2007
Carl is upset with how the media has been treating slugger Barry Bonds.
6 "The BCS" November 26, 2007
Carl expresses his displeasure with the current state of college football.
7 "Mike Vick-tim" December 1, 2007
Carl offers his thoughts on the Michael Vick sentencing.
8 "Championships and Porn" December 3, 2007
Carl is upset that Ohio State was able to back-into the BCS Championship Game.
9 "Roid Rage" December 17, 2007
Carl explains the conspiracy behind the Mitchell Report.
10 "Holiday Thoughts and Musings" December 24, 2007
In the spirit of giving, Carl offers his locks of the week, courtesy of his friend 'Cement Shoes' Minnelli down at the docks.
11 "Bottle Blonde Broad" January 14, 2008
Carl takes credit for distracting Tony Romo in the Cowboys playoff loss to the Giants by wearing a Jessica Simpson wig.
12 "Giants Win" January 21, 2008
Carl offers his take on the Giants' NFC Championship Game win over the Green Bay Packers, and specifically kicker Lawrence Tynes.
13 "Giants by 23" January 28, 2008
Carl predicts his Giants will issue a "Beantown Beatdown" in the upcoming Super Bowl.
14 "Giants Win" February 4, 2008
Carl's New York Football Giants win the Super Bowl, thus inspiring him to change his look.


Sources for the episode listing and episode articles
Other sources
  1. ^ "Aqua Teen Central". Reproduction of an image that appeared on the [adult swim] schedule. Retrieved January 13, 2007. 
  2. ^ "First Look Studios info on Aqua Teen Hunger Force Colon Movie Film for Theaters". First Look Studios. Retrieved 2007-03-07. 
  3. ^ Seitzinger, Robert (February 8, 2007). "Welcome to Williams Street". Vanguard. Retrieved February 14, 2008. 
  4. ^ a b c Dave Willis (Writer and Director). Audio commentary for "Gee Whiz" (DVD). 
  5. ^ NekoIncardine. "PS2 Review - 'Aqua Teen Hunger Force Zombie Ninja Pro-Am'", WorthPlaying, December 3, 2007. Accessed January 23, 2008.
  6. ^ a b c Aqua Teen Hunger Force Schedule [1].