He is often greedy, lazy, and cruel to everyone around him. At times, he is narcissistic and mostly idiotic. When the Aqua Teens solved crimes, Shake claimed to be the leader.
The Aqua Teen Hunger Force Wiki is a collaborative project with the goal of creating the definitive encyclopedia and reference database for everything related to Aqua Teen Hunger Force that anyone can edit. Started on August 13,we are currently working on articles. Aqua Teen Hunger Force also known under many other alternate titles is an animated television series currently airing on Cartoon Network's late-night block, Adult Swim.
Since debuting a few years back on the Cartoon Network's Adult Swim programming block, Aqua Teen Hunger Force --an oddball animated series about a trio of fast-food items who have adventures with assorted aliens, monsters, and robots, all in the comfort of their suburban neighborhood--has taken the world by storm. And with such popularity always comes the obligatory licensed cash-in game. This game is the very picture of a lackluster effort, consisting of repetitive, poorly conceived gameplay that relies almost entirely on chance, rather than actual challenge, and an utterly inadequate use of the license itself, as quite literally any characters from any show could have been transplanted into it with a similar level of success.
Originally released as a television cartoon series in Based on the characters created by Matt Maiellaro, Dave Willis. Martin Croker, Matt Maiellaro. The leader of this crime-solving trio is Shake, a cranky, cynical beverage with a pink flex-straw driven into his frosty top.
Sign in. Watch now. The misadventures of a milkshake, an order of fries, a meatball, and their retired next door neighbor in the suburbs of New Jersey.
The show about anthropomorphized snack food that used to fight crime but now mostly hangs out was the first Adult Swim cartoon property to get a movie, and despite middling reviews and seemingly low box office ended up being a hit. Even if you end up giving about half of it away. The film got some unexpected publicity in January of that year when guerrilla ad campaign involving light-up LED Mooninites characters in the series caused a bomb scare in Boston.
The film was written and directed by the show's creators, Matt Maiellaro and Dave Willis. The film was theatrically released on April 13, The film marks the first time an Adult Swim series was adapted into a feature film.
Dana Snyder voice of Master Shake, pictured third from left and Carey Means voice of Frylock, not pictured lent their distinctive vocals to Adult Swim's signature cartoon comedy "Aqua Teen Hunger Force" for 14 years before its cancellation in While both are already cult heroes for their contributions to animated comedy, one, oddly enough, still has to work a day job to survive--a fact that takes many of his fans by complete surprise. Without divulging financial particulars, Snyder's portrait of his life on a cartoon salary is likely within the bounds of what most would imagine for the voice of a famed talking cup and more.
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.