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The rest of us shall delve deeper into the Wikipedia entry, not so much because we actually care, but because it is so amusing to read the concept of an absurdist, anarchic, relentlessly sarcastic cartoon translated into the bland, authoritative tone of an encyclopedia entry. They resemble food hence the reference to hungerbut they are rarely shown acting as any kind of force. There you have it.
A show built around an anthropomorphic fast-food combo meal and their loathably endearing creep of a neighbor, it was, for the first episode, ostensibly a detective parody and then, for the next 13 years, jettisoned any real premise and unifying logic. And in a way, that was the importance of the show: it was the anti-show; a brightly colored Dada cartoon. None of this matters.
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With the Aqua Teens gone, a trio of Sirens move into their house. Their wanton songs pique Carl's attention. Weird invents a giant mechanical robot that destroys Carl's car.
It originally aired on January 27th, Carl and Marcula continue to rent out the Aqua Teens house. Carl tries to add some appeal by decorating the living room with sports memorabilia, but Markula replies with "I don't like sports. No one does.
Aqua Teen Hunger Force. Carl gets some strange new neighbors. It's now week two of the spine-tingling saga, "Can Carl rent the Aqua Teen house?