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Aqua Teen Hunger Force

Aqua Teen Hunger Force

Production Aqua Teen Hunger Force is directed by Dave Willis and Matt Maiellaro, animated by Radical Axis and produced by Williams Street. Much of the dialogue is supplemented with ad libs and improvisation by the voice talent. The show is fully scripted but ad libs are included in the final voice recordings and the shows are animated to include this improvisation. Many, if not all, of the crew and cast members formerly worked on Space Ghost Coast to Coast. Rapper Schoolly D performs the theme song, and in early episodes also provided periodic commentary. The Aqua Teens were originally created for an episode of Space Ghost Coast to Coast called "Baffler Meal", where they were the corporate mascots for a fictional fast-food chain called "Burger Trench". The versions of the Aqua Teen Hunger Force were prototypes which resembled the future characters, but both Master Shake and Frylock differed in appearance, personality, and voice from their ultimate design. The name "Teen Hunger Force" refers to the squad's mission to conquer hunger in teens. "Baffler Meal" did not air for several years, and was not even animated or produced until after ATHF became popular. Instead, the Space Ghost episode was rewritten as "Kentucky Nightmare, " while the Aqua Teens debuted in "Rabbot, " the pilot episode of Aqua Teen Hunger Force. Although originally Adult Swim did not feel that the show would do very well, they allowed the show to be produced due to a need for original programming.[citation needed] A full season consisting of sixteen episodes, including "Rabbot", was put into production shortly thereafter. ATHF is now one of Adult Swim's most popular shows. In early episodes, the trio were identified by Master Shake as the "Aqua Teen Hunger Force, " which solved crimes for money. After a few episodes, this premise and the use of the name by the characters were dropped. The premise was a trick that had been added to appease Cartoon Network executives, who "didn't want to air a show about food just going around and doing random stuff." In the show itself, Frylock mentions that they stopped fighting crime because "that wasn't making us a whole lot of money." Opening sequences During the first three seasons, which were released on DVD in three volumes, episodes cold-opened with a glimpse into the laboratory of Dr. Weird. He and his assistant Steve use the first several seconds of the show to create monsters, disasters, and random things. In earlier episodes of the first season, the monsters or creations usually formed the basis for the plot, but as the crime-fighting element of the program disappeared, the Dr. Weird segment became a non sequitur opening gag. In the fourth season, Dr. Weird was dropped in favor of segments from the pilot episode of Spacecataz, an unaired spin-off created by Dave Willis and Matt Maiellaro. Six episodes were planned for production, but Adult Swim felt that there was little, if anything, that could be made into five more episodes, since all of the characters were destroyed at the end of the pilot. These segments featured the Mooninites (Ignignokt and Err) and the Plutonians (Emory and Oglethorpe) clashing with each other, trading insults, gestures, and practical jokes. The full Spacecataz pilot is available as a special feature on the Volume Four DVD box-set. The openings were dropped starting in the fifth season. Dr. Weird has not been seen since, except for an appearance in the movie, and in some episodes he can be seen in a photo with Frylock, in the background of Frylock's room. In this picture he is shown having brown hair, indicating that he is younger in the photo. Cast and characters Characters Main articles: List of Aqua Teen Hunger Force characters and List of minor characters in Aqua Teen Hunger Force Cast Name Character(s) Dana Snyder Master Shake Dave Willis Meatwad Carl Brutananadilewski Ignignokt Boxy Brown Carey Means Frylock Matt Maiellaro Err Cybernetic Ghost of Christmas Past from the Future C. Martin Croker Dr. Weird Steve Andy Merrill Oglethorpe Mike Schatz Emory mc chris MC Pee Pants Film Main article: Aqua Teen Hunger Force Colon Movie Film for Theaters A feature film based on the show, Aqua Teen Hunger Force Colon Movie Film for Theaters, was released on April 13, 2007. The movie follows the origins of the Aqua Teens, which includes an exercise machine, Neil Peart of the band Rush, a watermelon slice named "Walter Melon", and an appearance by heavy metal band Mastodon in the opening sequence. The film also introduces a fourth Aqua Teen, a chicken nugget named "Chicken Bittle" (voiced by Bruce Campbell). The Plutonians and the Cybernetic Ghost of Christmas Past from the Future, recurring characters, both make appearances in the movie, as well as the Mooninites, Dr. Weird, and MC Pee Pants. For April Fools' Day 2007, Cartoon Network aired for free Aqua Teen Hunger Force Colon Movie Film for Theaters during the Adult Swim programming block even though it had not yet been released. However, it was aired shrunken and in the bottom corner of the normal programming that was being aired at the time, and contained no sound. A sequel to ATHFCMFFT called Death Fighter is planned for release in late 2010 or early 2011. Unlike the first film, the sequel may be released straight to DVD rather than theatrically. Video games and albums ATHF:CMFFT Colon Soundtrack Main article: Aqua Teen Hunger Force Colon Movie Film for Theaters Colon the Soundtrack Have Yourself A Meaty Little Christmas Main article: Have Yourself A Meaty Little Christmas In time for the holiday season the creators of the show released an album made up entirely of Christmas themed music entitled Have Yourself A Meaty Little Christmas. The album features classic Christmas songs being covered by the main characters with their own twist on the lyrics and styles of the songs performances, and entirely new Christmas Carols. One song "Santa Left A Booger In My Stocking" featured alternative country star Neko Case doing a duet with Meatwad was the only special guest appearance. Zombie Ninja Pro-Am Main article: Aqua Teen Hunger Force Zombie Ninja Pro-Am Aqua Teen Hunger Force Zombie Ninja Pro-Am is a PlayStation 2 game published by Midway Games and was released November 2007. In an interview for The Feed on G4, ATHF creator Dave Willis confirmed that there was an Aqua Teen video game in production. In the game, the player plays golf while battling villains that have appeared on the show, including Carl's gigantic crabs, the Brownie Monsters, and the Mooninites.The game itself has gotten poor reviews. Destruct-O-Thon Aqua Teen Hunger Force Destruct-O-Thon is a mobile game released on December 7, 2004 by Glu Mobile. The object was to hit an object from the show across a course resembling the street the Aqua Teens live on, hitting other objects along the way (such as hitting a stick of dynamite into Carl's car), creating momentum and choosing an angle using only the 5 key. See also Aqua Teen Hunger Force DVDs List of Minor ATHF characters List of Aqua Teen Hunger Force episodes List of Aqua Teen Hunger Force characters Cult television Notes This section needs additional citations for verification. Please help improve this article by adding reliable references. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. (January 2009) "Wiki - Aqua Teen Hunger Force - Season 5". Wiki.adultswim. May 22, 2008. wiki.adultswim xwiki/bin/Aqua+Teen+Hunger+Force/Season+5wiki.adultswim xwiki/bin/Aqua+Teen+Hunger+Force/Season+5. Retrieved February 4, 2009._ a b "Welcome to Williams Street". Daily Vanguard. February 8, 2007. dailyvanguard 2.4061/welcome-to-williams-street-1.311737 dailyvanguard 2.4061/welcome-to-williams-street-1.311737. Retrieved March 5, 2007._ a b Dragoncon ATHF Announcements "OK, we get the 'Aqua Teen' joke; it's still not funny". Burr, Ty. Boston Globe. 04-13-07. Accessed 01-03-10. "Literary and Cultural Postmodernism". Course syllabus. Georgia Tech School of Literature, Communication, and Culture. Georgia Tech. Accessed 01-03-10. "Aqua Teen Hunger Force, The Interview, September 22, 2003". Flak Magazine. flakmag features/aquateen. flakmag features/aquateen. Retrieved 2006._ Audio commentary for "Baffler Meal"; Volume Two. [DVD]._ Spoken dialogue in "Baffler Meal"; Volume Two. [DVD]._ a b Audio commentary. [DVD]._ Spoken dialogue in Kidney Car Audio commentary for "Little Brittle": Volume Four. [DVD]._ Product Details for "Aqua Teen Hunger Force Volume 4" on Amazon "Ain't It Cool News". aintitcool display.cgi?id=24061 aintitcool display.cgi?id=24061. Retrieved March 22, 2007._ "The Swimcast -- Dave Willis Interview on 12/12/08". adultswimcentral swimcast/fiftyone.mp3 adultswimcentral swimcast/fiftyone.mp3. Retrieved February 4, 2009._ "Aqua Teen Hunger Force to PS2". IGN. March 20, 2007. ps2.ign 774/774530p1. ps2.ign 774/774530p1. Retrieved March 22, 2007._ "'Aqua Teen' Creator Dave Willis Tells All". g4tv thefeed/blog/post/673517/Aqua_Teen_Creator_Dave_Willis_Tells_All. g4tv thefeed/blog/post/673517/Aqua_Teen_Creator_Dave_Willis_Tells_All. Retrieved February 22, 2007._ "Gamespot review for Aqua Teen Hunger Force Destruct-O-Thon". gamespot mobile/action/aquateenhungerforcedestructothon/review. gamespot mobile/action/aquateenhungerforcedestructothon/review. Retrieved March 22, 2007._ External links Wikiquote has a collection of quotations related to: Aqua Teen Hunger Force Official sites Aqua Teen Central: #1 on the web, G! Aqua Teen Adventures Official site of the ATHF movie Official Adult Swim website Official Adult Swim website (UK) Interviews Video Interview with Dana "Master Shake" Snyder at Swigged! - September 5, 2009 The Sound of Young America - interview with Dave Willis April 24, 2007 interview with meatwad on Synthesis The Kittenpants News - interview with Dave Willis and Matt Maiellaro, December 5, 2004 "The Onion A.V. Club". Archived from the original on February 5, 2008. web.archive /web/20080205093136/avclub content/node/240/1/2. web.archive /web/20080205093136/avclub content/node/240/1/2._ - interview with Matt Maiellaro and Dave Willis, June 14, 2005 Master Shake on New Movie - interview with Master Shake, Dana Snyder, April 20, 2007 The Swimcast - interview with Master Shake, Dana Snyder, Part 1 of 2 April 28, 2008 The Swimcast - interview with Master Shake, Dana Snyder, Part 2 of 2 April 28, 2008 The Swimcast - interview with Dave Willis, December 12, 2008 Aqua Teen Hunger Force at the Internet Movie Database Aqua Teen Hunger Force at TV v__d__e Aqua Teen Hunger Force Media DVDs_ Episodes_ Aqua Teen Hunger Force Colon Movie Film for Theaters_ Zombie Ninja Pro-Am Characters Master Shake_ Frylock_ Meatwad_ Minor characters Albums Aqua Teen Hunger Force Colon Movie Film for Theaters Colon the Soundtrack_ Have Yourself A Meaty Little Christmas Related Spacecataz_ Carl_ 2007 Boston bomb scare_ "Baffler Meal" v__d__e Williams Street Studios / Ghost Planet Industries Vice presidents Mike Lazzo Keith Crofford Divisions Toonami (Jetstream) Adult Swim (Video, Programing, Super Deluxe) Current productions Aqua Teen Hunger Force (film) Carl Childrens' Hospital Delocated Freaknik: The Musical The Galaxy Wrestling Alliance Mary Shelley's Frankenhole Metalocalypse The Rising Son Robot Chicken Squidbillies Superjail! Tight Bros Tim and Eric Awesome Show, Great Job! Titan Maximum The Venture Bros. Xavier: Renegade Angel Past productions 12 oz. Mouse Assy McGee The Brak Show Cartoon Planet The Drinky Crow Show Fat Guy Stuck in Internet Frisky Dingo Harvey Birdman, Attorney at Law Immortal Grand Prix Korgoth of Barbaria Let's Fish Lucy, the Daughter of the Devil Minoriteam Moral Orel Perfect Hair Forever Saddle Rash Saul of the Mole Men Sealab 2021 Snake N' Bacon Space Ghost Coast to Coast Spacecataz Stiff Stroker and Hoop Sunday Pants Tom Goes to the Mayor Welcome to Eltingville The Xtacles That Crook'd 'Sipp Young Person's Guide to History Williams Street Records ATHF:MFFT: the Soundtrack (Various artists) ATL RMX (Various Artists) African Swim (Various Artists) Awesome Record, Great Songs! (Tim Heidecker and Eric Wareheim) Definitive Swim (Various Artists) The Dethalbum (Dethklok) The Dethalbum II (Dethklok) The Diary of an American Witchdoctor (Witchdoctor) Ghostly Swim (Various Artists) Have Yourself A Meaty Little Christmas (Various Artists) The Venture Bros.: The Music of JG Thirlwell (J. G. Thirlwell) Warm & Scratchy (Various Artists) World Wide Renewal Program (Various Artists) Miscellaneous Williams Street West Categories: 2000s American television series | 2000 American television series debuts | Adult Swim original programs | American animated television series | Aqua Teen Hunger Force | American animated television series distributed by Madman Entertainment | Television shows set in New Jersey | Television programs featuring anthropomorphic characters | Williams Street Studios series and characters | Fictional food charactersHidden categories: All articles with unsourced statements | Articles with unsourced statements from January 2009 | Articles needing additional references from January 2009 | All articles needing additional references
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