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Aqua Teen Hunger Force

Aqua Teen Hunger Force is a comedic television animated series shown on Cartoon Network during its Adult Swim late night programming segment. Episodes are 15 minutes in duration. The series features three anthropomorphic fast food items (collectively the Aqua Teen Hunger Force) whose stated purpose is to solve crimes in the state of New Jersey. However, the show tends to rely more on interactions between the characters than on coherent plots.

The original pilot episode of Aqua Teen Hunger Force, \Rabbot, was shown on Cartoon Network on December 31, 2000. A full first season was put into production shortly thereafter, and began to be shown on September 16, 2001. To date, three seasons have been produced.

Each episode opens with a glimpse at the laboratory of Dr. Weird (located on the south Jersey shore). Clinically insane, he and his assistant Steve use the first several seconds of the show to create monsters, disasters, and random silliness. Following this introduction, the opening titles of the show run. The theme song is performed by Schooly D, a noted rap artist of the 1980s.

The show's plots very rarely make sense. They are filled with lines easily made into catch phrases and rely on pure absurdity to carry the show.

Aqua Teen Hunger Force was created through brainstorming episode ideas for Space Ghost: Coast to Coast. None of the Aqua Teen Hunger Force characters appeared on Space Ghost:Coast to Coast prior to the airing of the pilot episode of Aqua Teen Hunger Force in late 2000. However, an episode of SG:C2C featuring a prototypical version of the Aqua Teen Hunger Force, "Baffler Meal", was produced after this series became popular, and first aired at midnight on January 1, 2003.

Aqua Teen Hunger Force is produced by Williams Street Studios along with other animated shows such as The Brak Show and Sealab 2021.

Table of contents
1 Characters
2 Episode List and Original Air Dates
3 See also
4 External link


The Aqua Teen Hunger Force

Frequently seen

Episode List and Original Air Dates


Season One

Season Two

Season Three

See also

External link