Aqua Teen Hunger Force Villains Take The Lead in New Ridiculous Series Aquadonk Side Pieces

Aqua Teen Hunger Force villains take the lead in all-new Adult Swim digital series Aqaudonk Side Pieces
Aqua Teen Hunger Force Aquadonk Side Pieces

Aqua Teen Hunger Force villains take the lead in all-new Adult Swim digital series Aqaudonk Side Pieces.

One of the original staples of Cartoon Network‘s Adult Swim, Aqua Teen Hunger Force, returns in Adult Swim’s latest digital short series, Aquadon Side Pieces. Starting today, a new episode of the 10-episode series will go live on Adult Swim’s YouTube Channel at 12:00 pm ET/9:00 am PT. The ultimate combo meal is not the hardiest breakfast binge for all the Aqua Teen Hunger Force fans. The first episode of these one-shot shots is already available to consume!

Aqua Teen Hunger Force: Aquadonk Side Pieces Episode 1 – The Return of Handbanana

Seeing that house with the unique style of animation and weird collective of characters brings back memories of times I probably should have been studying but instead, chose to get high and watch cartoons. While I did enjoy the episode, I have to admit the lack of not being elevated prevents me from enjoying this episode of Aquadonk Side Pieces to the fullest. I also don’t remember Handbanana and Spaghetti freaked me out. Has Carl been shacked up with Handbanana since the last episode of the series aired? Maybe it was just a quarantine thing? The possibilities are endless and kind of disturbing.

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Aquadonk Side Pieces is a 10-episode series of one-shot shorts featuring classic Aqua Teen Hunger Force characters like Frylock, Carl, Master Shake, and Meatwad. Each episode will have them facing a fan-favorite antagonist like Handbanana, The Mooninites, The Plutonians, The Frat Aliens, The Cybernetic Ghost of Christmas Past, Happy Time Harry, and MC Pee Pants. Personally, I can’t wait to see the ATHF encounter the Mooninites. I don’t exactly remember what happened, but remember giggling like Beavis and Butthead during that episode. It’s going to be a wild 10-Days.

After Alabama Jackson, Aquadonk Side Pieces is Adult Swim’s second short series to debut on their YouTube Channel. This is said to be the second of four digital short series. The third series should air soon after the rest of these 9 episodes premiere. This animated digital series and Aqua Teen Hunger Force were created by Matt Maeillaro and Dave Willis. New episodes and misadventures will premiere at 12:00 pm ET/9:00 am PT for the next 9 days on the Adult Swim YouTube Channel.

Aqua Teen Hunger Force Aquadonk Side Pieces

About Aqua Teen Hunger Force

Production Companies: Awesome, Inc. Williams Street; Cartoon Network Productions (2001-2011)
Genre: Surreal humor; Black comedy
Program Creators: Dave Willis, Matt Maiellaro
Cast: Carey Means, Dana Snyder, Dave Willis

Series Description (Hulu):
First of all, they’re not teens. Secondly, there’s not water involved. The whole Hunger Force thing? That’s probably misleading, too. In short, if you have to ask what “Aqua Teen Hunger Force” is about, it is probably not a show for you. The rest of us will go on thrilling to the adventures of Frylock, Meatwad, and Master Shake as they, you know… hang out.

What do you think about Aquadonk Side Pieces? Who are your favorite Aqua Teen Hunger Force villains? Would you like to see a full-on spin-off of any of the villains? What do you think the other two Adult Swim Digital Series will be about? Maybe anotherSealab? Let us know what you think in the comments below and share your favorite ATHF episodes with us on Twitter!

Source: Adult Swim

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