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October 22, 2021
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About this title


A trio of fast-food items works to solve mysteries in an edgy adult cartoon. The brains of the group is Frylock, a floating box of fries, but Master Shake does a lot of the talking, most of it aimed at making life miserable for Meatwad, a sweet-natured ball of meat. Recurring characters include neighbor Carl, supercilious Mooninites (lunar creatures) Ignigknot and Err, and mad scientists Dr. Weird and Steve.

Official Sites: Official IMDb, Official Facebook |  See more »

Country: United States

Type: Scripted

Status: Ended

Language: English

Release Date: December 30, 2000

Also Known As: Aqua teen, Aqua Something You Know Whatever |  See more »

Parents Guide: Australia (PG, M, MA15+), Brazil (14) |  See more »


Plot Keywords

cartoon food

Company Credits

Production Co: Awesome Incorporated, Cartoon Network |  See more »


Bob Odenkirk
as Bean Wizard
Brann Dailor
as Uno
George Lowe
as Cop/George/George Lowe/Homer Simpson's Mouth/Jet Chicken/Mall Cop/Narrator/Self/Standards & Practices Announcer/Wedding DJ
Nick Weidenfeld
as Television executive
Brooks Braselman
as Ghost/The Spore/Travis
Tim Heidecker
as Basketball
Dagny Phillips-Stumberger
Eugene Mirman
as Dr. Eugene Mirman/Abortion Doctor/Dr. Gene Belcher
Lear Bunda
Dave Willis
as Meatwad/Carl Brutananadilewski/Ignignokt/Boxy Brown/Handbanana/Aerobics Ball/Christopher Lambert/Santa Claus/Spaghetti
Kurt Metzger
as Flavor Flav impersonator
Mike Smith
Zach White
Killer Mike
as Boost Mobile Phone
Penny Pearce
as Foxy Momma
Max Willis
as Hankwad/Robot Child
Lavell Crawford
as Unbelievable Ron/Chimp Alien
Sadie Willis
as Meatwad's Daughter/Robot Child
Alexander Katz
Carl Jones
as Zucotti Manicotti
Josh Homme
as Dummy #1
Steven Wright
as Danny
Scott Fry
as Pawn Shop Owner
Mabel Dixon
Brent Hinds
as Yahtzee
as Narrator/Self
Glenn Danzig
as Self
Nick Ingkatanuwat
as Tree/Dirtfoot/Store Clerk/The Muffin Man/Tour Guide
Gage Freeman
Robert Smigel
as One Hundred
Violent J
as Self
Larry Murphy
as Dominic/Zod
Kristen Schaal
as Tammy Tangerine
Vanessa Palacios
as Woman in bathroom
Bart Oates
as Self
Eric Wareheim
as Germ Master
Cody DeMatteis
Michael Hanks
as Narrator
Isaac Hayes III
as The Voice
Patrick Byrne
as Mobster
Monica Rial
as Jubilee
Daniel Liebl
as Totem Pole Member
Quincy Katreal Marshall
Dan Triandiflou
as Creditor
Todd Field
as Ol' Drippy
Brendon Small
as Rice Henchmen
Jim Fortier
as Satan/Carl-Brain/Tree
Idris Elba
as Police Officer
Matt Besser
as Chimp Alien
Jon Glaser
as Oog/Jerry
Jay Wade Edwards
as Assistant/Self/Tree
Jennifer Stephens
Justin Roiland
as Honest Abe Lincoln's Hot Links Mascot
Chris Karwowski
as Tulip Sniper
Roberto Lange
as Moucus Man
Akhenaton Nickens
as Large Larva
Drake Stephens
as Latin Kid
Andrew W.K.
as Self
Michael Kohler
as Michael
Seth MacFarlane
as Wayne the Brain
Greg Fitzsimmons
as Randy
Todd Hanson
as Napkin Lad/Narrator/The
Janeane Garofalo
as Donna
Tom Hollander
as Chuck
Molly Harrigan
as Robot Child
Dale Bunney
as Angry Table
Brooks Holcomb
as Gerald
Casey Wilson
as Freda
Mary Kraft
as Computer/Grocery Shopper/Nurse to Assisted Living Dracula
Gregg Turkington
as Wi-tri
Matthew Stanton
as Knappy
William Snyder
Ollie Green
as Cool Guy
Kate Kneeland
David Cross
as Happy Time Harry/Bert Banana
Patton Oswalt
as DP/Skeeter/Ezekial
Bill Hader
as Der Inflatable Hitler/Pod
Rita McGrath
as Svetlana
Andy Sandford
as Unnamed man
Billie Reaves
as Self
Kyle Kinane
as Doctor/Dr. Balthazar
Henry Zebrowski
as Merlo/Toby
Shaggy 2 Dope
as Self
Amanda Marks
Vincent Pastore
as Terry
Tommy Blacha
as Mr. Wongburger
Todd Maiellaro
as Singer
as Foxy Momma
Scott Hilley
as Flargan/George Washington/Time Warner
Carl W. Adams
as Ghost of Paul Revere
Brian Posehn
as The Real Wisdom Cube
Evan Thomas Fuchs
Insane Clown Posse
as Themselves
Joe Garden
as Phil Cabinet
H. Jon Benjamin
as Mothmonsterman/Don Shake/Mortimer Mango/Mr. Sticks
Neko Case
as Chrysanthemum
Mary Mack
as Zaffy
Don Kennedy
as Assisted Living Dracula/Lance/Vegetable Man
Scott Luallen
Mario Moginger
as Totem Pole Member
Barry Mills
as Hustlin' Tom Turkey
Jim Brown
as Tattoo Artist
Will Forte
as Alien
Sam Harrigan
as Robot Child
Paul F. Tompkins
as Angel/Police Officer
Jonathan Lipow
Kim Manning
as Donna Bryson/Woman in bathroom
Joe Satriani
as Joe Satriani
Matt Harrigan
as Major Shake-replicant
David Long Jr.
as Carl
Rob Poynter
Tera Patrick
as Tera Patrick
Larry Miller
as Self
Gillian Jacobs
as Carl's Wife
Mario Liebl
as Totem Pole Member
as Dummy #2/Frylock
Maria Schneider
as Phil Cabinet's Wife
Tom Scharpling
as Willie Nelson
C. Martin Croker
as Dr. Weird/Steve/Bird/Bob/Fox/Frank Granite/The Birds
Bobby Moynihan
as Zarfonius
Kelly Hogan
as The B.J. Queen
Chuck D
as Chuck D
Chris Ward
as MC Pee Pants/Young Carl/Boy/Commercial Kid/Little Brittle/Sir Loin
Dominik Kreilinger
as Totem Pole Member
Natasha Leggero
as Computer Technician
Vishal Roney
as Cliff/House Hunting Husband/Insurance agent/Tree
Craig Hartin
Tom Savini
as Police officer
Tom Clark
as The Mummy
Matt Walsh
as Ray
Kevin Gillespie
as Crimson Tightwad
François Chau
Carol Kolb
as Wall
Matt Maiellaro
as Err/Deranged Homeless Man/Markula/Ghost of Christmas Past/Gene E./Randy the Astonishing/Billy Witch-Doctor/Creature from the Black la-Plaque/Delivery Guy/Filing Cabinet/Geddy Lee/Helmet/Live action guitar solo/Rocker Dude/Santa Claus/Satan/Stone-sounding One/Styro-Head/Turkatron/Vampire
Todd Barry
as Romulox/Lyle
Doug Stanhope
as The Hairy Bus
Lisa Lampanelli
as Darlene
Michael Kenneth Williams
Mike Judge
as Alien
Michael Anthony
as Michael Anthony
Zach Hanks
as Lance
Wendy Cross
as Co-worker
Rachel Dratch
as Robot Wife
Jon Schnepp
as The Wisdom Cube/Gary the Dairy Fairy
Nick Gibbons
as Drunk
Walter Newman
as Self
Carlos Tureta
as TV singer
Zakk Wylde
as Self
Phillip Tallman
as Condo Salesman
Paul Painter
as Wise and All-Knowing Bush
Kumail Nanjiani
as Frylock's bees
Curtis Gwinn
as Chimp Alien
Dana Swanson
as Actress/Grocery Shopper/Police officer/She Creature
Fred Armisen
as Poncho/Robot Husband
Andy Merrill
as Oglethorpe/Merle/Easter Bunny/Germ/Rice Henchmen
Matt Foster
Donnie Blue
Tripp Bradshaw
Mike Schatz
as Emory/File Folder/Germ/Videogame Voice
Paul Rust
as Neelzebub/Zorf
Sarah Silverman
as Robositter
Hayden Ward
as Carl's Girlfriend
Edward Hastings
as Announcer/Grim Reaper (Dan)/Panda Furry/Self/Tree/Trivia Host
Phil Samson
Bobcat Goldthwait
as Zingo
Carey Means
as Frylock
Seth Green
as Seth Green
Shawn Coleman
as Paul/Therapist
B.B. Leeland
as The Scorpions
Duncan Trussell
as Wi-tri
John Kruk
as John Kruk
Diviya Roney
as House Hunting Wife
Matt Berry
as Allen
Steve Schirripa
as Dante/Terry's Partner
Ted Nugent
as Self
Troy Sanders
as Boggle
Josh Warren
as Wabusabi
Scott Thompson
as Dusty Gozongas
Jim Florentine
as Manager
Eddie Pepitone
as Dolores Brutananadilewski
John DiMaggio
as Dr. Zord/Master Shake's Muscles
Sammy Hagar
as Sammy Hagar
Ashley Ward
as Sheila
Amber Nash
as Tabitha
Ken Osborn
as TV Announcer
Scott Adsit
as Drewbacca/Hoppy Bunny
Brett Gelman
as Rocket Horse
Brian Stack
as Don/Mappy
Gregory Alan Williams
as Freedom Cobra
Stewart Breihut
as Germ Guard
Andrew Daly
as Presbobot/The Flesh Train
Lisa Willis
Lala Cochran
as Sexy Woman
Dana Snyder
as Master Shake/Self

Seasons & Episodes

Season 1

2000 | 18 Episodes

Season 2

2003 | 24 Episodes

Season 3

2004 | 13 Episodes

Season 4

2005 | 13 Episodes

Season 5

2008 | 10 Episodes

Season 6

2009 | 10 Episodes

Season 7

2009 | 12 Episodes

Season 8

2011 | 10 Episodes

Season 9

2012 | 10 Episodes

Season 10

2013 | 10 Episodes

Season 11

2015 | 9 Episodes




Awards & NominationsSee more »

Teen Choice Awards 2007


Teen Choice Awards

Choice TV: Animated Show

Teen Choice Awards 2008


Teen Choice Awards

Choice TV Animated Show

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