Weird invents a giant mechanical robot that destroys Carl's car. The Aqua Teens head to the mall to see if they can solve the mystery. A gang of miscreant leprechauns takes out an ad on the Internet in an attempt to mug people for their shoes.
Because we're very happy to live in a world where we get to hear Patti Smith sing the word "Meatwad," we asked her a few questions over e-mail about the collaboration. What drew you to it? Patti Smith: My son Jackson and I have watched cartoons together since he was born.
The week of September 9th, was fated to become the most historically significant week of the new millennium. Had the attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon never occurred, however, the week would still be remembered—albeit far less intently — for a handful of significant cultural events. To slightly less fanfare than either of these events, the Cartoon Network premiered its new adult-viewers block, Adult Swim.
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It is also the main location featured prominently throughout the series. The main door is in the shape of Master Shake. The living room features a giant spool used as a table, and an older standard definition television in front of a green reclining chair.
Back in lateI remember walking into my living room, dinner in hand, and plopping down in front of the television to watch whatever was on Cartoon Network at the time. I was greeted with creepy images of old people getting and out of a grimy pool, accompanied by a heavy percussioned beat. There were no ads for this new programming block, and for two hours I was collectively losing my shit.
Lynn: I don't know. Lori: Don't let it be anything dorky, twerp. Lucy: Anything that features darkness.
The 88th episode of the series overall, it originally aired in the United States on Adult Swim on May 31, In the episode, Don Shake, a live-action version of Master Shakeattempts to write a successful novel in order to afford his rent in a live-action universe. This episode ends on an unofficial cliffhangerwhich is continued in the season seven episode "Rabbot Redux".
Nevertheless, those who automatically dismiss Aqua Teen Hunger Force as surreal sophomoric humor for college students are missing its significance. Instead of epitomizing surrealism, Aqua Teen Hunger Force sounds its death knell. At its core, surrealism is not disconnected from everyday life: Surrealism demands a constant encounter with the quotidian, as it relies on a faith in the real for its effects and its potency.