Aqua Teen Hunger Force/Characters

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The Characters of one of Adult Swim's first Animated Series, but which one is really number one in the hood, G?

The Aqua Teens

Master Shake

A giant, talking milkshake. Yes, you read that right. Likes to think he's the boss, but is just a stupid jerk.


A floating, super-intelligent box of french fries with various powers.

*Frylock kills MC Pee Pants, then rationalizes it*
Frylock: Look, he was a giant spider! He couldn't fit into modern society.
Master Shake: Who ARE you? I don't even know you right now.


A wad of meat. Pretty slow-witted, but he has a good heart.

Other Characters.

Carl Brutanunanulewski

Their fat, bald, middle-aged neighbor.

The Mooninites

Aliens from the moon that look like they'd be better off in an Atari game.

  • Awesome but Impractical: Their lasers can vaporize anything, but they shoot a...
  • Expy: Ignignokt and Err have the voices and personalities of Baffler Meal Master Shake and Frylock respectively.
  • Hot-Blooded: Err will attack anything that bothers him, and a lot of things bother him. But he's really small, so it's no big deal.
  • Humans Are Morons: This is the opinion held by Igignokt and Err, believing that they are superior to all life on Earth in every possible way. Unfortunately, they themselves are not all that smart and are always ultimately shown to be dumber than just about everyone they ever meet on Earth--human, food product, or otherwise.
  • The Power of Rock: In one episode, they get their hands on the Foreigner Belt--a belt that gives the wearer superpowers based on the band's songs. For example, setting the belt to Cold As Ice gives freezing powers.
  • Red Oni, Blue Oni: The serene and haughty Ignignokt is blue, while the hyper and aggressive Err is red.
  • Retraux: All moon people are designed to look like 8-bit video game characters. The original plan was to portray them as refugees from a failed Atari game.
  • Rogues Gallery: They're the most recurring "villains" of the show. Their only real ambition is to rob stores.
  • Small Name, Big Ego: Ignignokt and Err are always rambling on about how the moon is superior to Earth, but when challenged on it, they can't even explain why.
  • Viral Marketing: What they were supposed to be in Real Life.

The Plutonians

Pointy aliens from Pluto.

The Cybernetic Ghost of Christmas Past From the Future

Read his name again if you're having trouble with this one.


Shake's son, or is he?

Dr. Wong Burger

A dick with a coat full of mouths.

  • Meaningful Name
  • Running Gag: He always wants to return to his home planet, whether it's Dick Planet, Tooth Planet, or Burger Planet.
  • Voluntary Shapeshifting: In each of his appearances after "Dickesode", he's modified himself with a different body, changing from a "dick with balls of rage", to a tooth, and then a giant hamburger. He always keeps his face and glasses, though.

Wong Burger Employees

His stereotypically Asian Boo-like employees.

MC Pee Pants

Whatever form he's in, he has a Batman Gambit to take over the world, but he really wants to be free from Satan. He still has a diaper, yellow eyes, and a shower cap, though.


The Aqua Teens landlord. His presence makes there be Continuity.

Dr. Weird

A mad scientist who works out of an abandoned building in Jersey.

  • Catch Phrase: "Gentlemen, BEHOLD!!!"
  • Chekhov's Skill: In the movie: "I AM A MASTER OF DISGUISE!!!"
  • I Am Your Father: Revealed to be the creator of the Hunger Force in The Movie.
    • Turns out to be a zigzagging trope as Dr Weird then insists Fry is his father, then Walter Melon shows up and says he's all their fathers. By the time their mother, a seven layer burrito, shows up, nobody except Meatwad even cares and the movie goes straight to credits.
  • Large Ham
  • Mad Scientist
  • No Indoor Voice
  • Significant Name: Everything that he does is weird, though this could be explained by him living in what once was an insane asylum. His antics include teaching his ass to eat his hand, making love to a lawn mower, sending spiders through the phone lines to telemarketers, tricking Steve into allowing corn to mate with him...twice, using a chain saw to cut off his flesh in order to lose weight, injecting himself with large amounts of barbecue sauce, cutting off his own head so that the blood spraying out of his neck will propel him all the way to Phoenix, asking Steve to agitate a snake coiled up inside his helmet, and much, MUCH more.
  • They Killed Kenny: He and Steve die on a semi-regular basis.


Dr. Weird's exasperated and much-abused assistant.