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-In the Baffler Meal episode of Space Ghost, Frylock is very visibly different. Frylock has normal legs and arms. But his fries are those crinkle type ones instead of fast food ones. And his amulet is different from the one he has. He is visibly missing his goutee. (Submitted by Frylock 17)
-Though Carl was thrown out the window long before the turkey was cut and Turkitron told his story, he is holding a leg of the turkey at the end of The Dressing and seems to know the entire story about the robo-chickens. (Submitted by Matt B)
-Shake states that he "Got rid of teeth because they are gay", but when he says this, you can clearly see teeth in his mouth when he pronounces certain words. (Submitted by Matt B)
-In the episode, Total Re-Carl Meatwad says, "Gentlemen, we have the technology, we can rebuild him." This is an obvious allusion to The Six Million Dollar Man. (Submitted by Kramedigity)
-In "Mail Order Bride" after Carl goes to sleep in his car, the ATHF house is shown at night, if you slow it down you can see Santa Clause land on the house. (Submitted by Chris Crockett)
-In T-Shirt of the Living Dead the hieroglyphs on the shirt spell YURA DUMB. (Submitted by Brandy J)
-In "The Shaving", the sword Shake is holding in the beginning is the same sword used in the end of "Dumber Dolls". (Submitted by A. Kerwin)
-In the episode Diet, the helmet that Shake wearing is from the episode eDork. (Submitted by Coy Barrow)
-In the Episode Bus of the Undead the "Shake Signal" isn't plugged it there is just a cord laying on the Floor, but a little later in the episode Carl says He had an extension cord plugged into his house. (Submitted by Francis Black)
-In episode Super Trivia, the Bar Host of the Trivia game is reffered to asNed Hastings, the show's producer. I'm also pretty sure he his voicedby the real Ned as well. (Submitted by Luke)
-Shake does not have a bedroom (Submitted by many)
-When Carl is doing his air guitar solo in The Clowning, pause the video and look real hard right above Carl's fake dreadlocks. You'll see part of a pop-up from Interfection. (Submitted by Tokachu)
-In the episode the Shaving, Meatwad and the gang go to Carl's in middle of the night and Carl opens the door as if he were waiting for them. Meatwad says "Hey Carl" but his mouth doesnt move. (Submitted by Justin Schaetzer)
-In the Cybernetic Ghost flashback, young Carl asks if his Christmas present is "a new mommy," likely meaning that his mom is deceased; however, in The Clowning he leaves a message for his mother on his answering machine. (Submitted by Darrin Rasberry)
-In the Episode "The Clowning", Carl says to the "total whore", "Lets see where this 12 pack takes us"...but hes clearly holding a 6. (Submitted by Adam Gleason)
-The voice of Happy Time Harry is actually comedian David Cross credited as Sir Willups Brightslymoore. (Submitted by many)
-In the episode "Moon Master", when Meatwad activates the Lunar Melting Amulet by saying "sha na na na...", the audible beat of the amulet is exactly the same beat used in the opening theme song. (Submitted by FMFlauto571)
-The two characters in "Bruno Sardine" in the episode Dirt Foot are actually familiar characters. The man is the announcer from Gee Whiz/Party Host from Mail Order Bride, and the woman is Dusty Gozongas from the episode of the same title. The man is easier to identify, but one can tell the woman is Dusty from her hair alone. (Submitted by lobomcthirsty)
-In Super Computer, there are several chronological errors. The first is that no 'cave men', or higher mammals even, of any sort were around the 300 MYA he supposedly existed in. The second being that no dinosaurs existed 300 MYA, they only arrived 250 MYA. Also, the scene where Oog pokes at the super computer is a parody of the 2001 Space Odyssey's monolith scene. (Submitted by lobomcthirsty)
-In Space Conflict Beyond Pluto, if one hears closely Carl can be heard saying "Taste The Chrome!", which was a line ironically used by the one he directed it to, Shake, in a later episode. (Submitted by lobomcthirsty)
-According to the Visible Frylock poster in Frylocks room, his 'Fries' are not simple fleshy (potatoes?) protrusions but rods supported by bone. Despite this, in Super Birthday Shake, he manages to braid them. This would be the equivalent of braiding one's arm or leg, an undoubtedly excruciatingly painful process. Also, on the poster are such anatomical parts as "The Organ De Raisin" and "The Organ Chamber" (Submitted by lobomcthirsty)
-In the episode " super spore", the hole that the rabbot left in the pilot episode dissapears but then re-apears in the episode "robositter". (Submitted by SonOfDrWeird4000)
-In 'Kidney Car', Frylock calls it the 'Shake 'em Up Finals', but the trophy says 'Smash 'em Up Finals' (Submitted by TheAnalogKid)
-In The Shaving, Shake says, "What I say is very baffling!" It's one of his taglines when the Aqua Teens take over Space Ghost Coast to Coast in the episode, Baffler Meal (Submitted by Kayla Verdin)
-Also in Baffler Meal, Shake's voice is extremely similar to Ignignokt's voice, and Frylock's is very similar to Err's voice. (Submitted by Kayla Verdin)
-In "The Clowning" Carl is juggling a few different things - one of which is Jiggle Billy's body. (Submitted by Kayla Verdin
-The character in The Shaving, Willie Nelson, also comes from Baffler Meal. Willie Nelson, the country singer, was the guest on the show at the time, so Matt and Dave decided to name a future character after him. (Submitted by Kayla Verdin)
-In Baffler Meal, the amulet ((which is now on Frylock's back)) is on a chain he wears around his neck. (Submitted by Kayla Verdin) B
-All of their fire animations is the same, its actually footage of a camp fire, if you look close you can see the outline of the logs. (submitted by Brian Chamberlin)
-Also in the first episode the picture of downtown is a background from swat cats, and the mall is from powerpuff girls. (Submitted by Brian Chamberlin)
-In Escape from Leprechaupolis, Carl has kleenex and hand lotion on the night stand by his bed. Eww. (Submitted by Droogy655321)
-In the Return of the Mooninites, Meatwad is trying to count his tickets. Frylock, out of frustration, says to him that he has 7 , but if you acutally count it its higher than seven. (Submitted by Brian Chamberlin)
-In Dumber Days, Meatwad's brain is covered with noodles in the shape of a star
there are several stickers on the aliens car in frat aliens, dave mathews coverband coverband, etc. (Submitted by Smokey McManjanson)
-At the end of the episode 'interfection' One of the pop-ups says "congratulations! you've finished another episode! stand by for the credits" or somthing to that effect.. (Submitted by Chewy the Brilliant)
-Put the ending scene of any episode in SLOW motion, and on one part where Lincoln launches the Aqua Teens in a rocket, he turns into a skeleton. (Submitted by Overlord Smurf)
-In ATHF's appearance on the Baffler Meal episode of Space Ghost, Shake was a chocolate shake. However, on the actual ATHF series, he appears to be some sort of lime (or pistachio (?)) flavor/color. (submitted by Max Madsen)
-Happy Time Harry from Dumber Dolls was modeled after comedian Todd Barry, who was the voice of Romulox in PDA. (submitted by Max Madsen)
-In the rough version of the pilot (Rabbot), Frylock had a lab somewhere to the left of the kitchen. (submitted by Max Madsen)
-Shake originally had a catch phrase of "[insert word here] is forbidden" that was eventually cut from any episode it appeared in except for the pilot, where he says "Dancing is forbidden". (submitted by Max Madsen)
--The show is created using Adobe Photoshop images, animated using Adobe After Effects and edited using Apple's Final Cut Pro. Writing the script takes 'Jay Edwards' and Ned Hastings around four or five weeks, after which they spend a week making a rough show on video and get the voiceover work done. The animators use the QuickTime video as a reference and spend another five weeks making the finished 11 minute episodes. The whole thing costs around $60,000 per episode (an uncommonly low figure for an animated TV series).
--When the teens move around, they make sounds according to the food that they are. Meatwad, for instance, makes a squishy sound. The creators actually bought eight pounds of hamburger meat and squished it with rubber gloves to get that sound. They also bought a milkshake and got some sounds from that too.
--The picture of Doctor Weird's castle in New Jersey is actually taken from an episode of "Jonny Quest" (1964) set in China. If you look carefully at the background, you can see several pagodas.
--Frylock has a photo of himself and a young Dr. Weird on his bookshelf.
--Emory and Oglethorpe, the Plutonians, share their names with two Atlanta, Georgia universities. Williams Street - who produce the show - are based in Atlanta.
--In the closing credits, the vocal sample is of Master Shake saying "Dancing is forbidden" (from the pilot episode).
--The full versions of the puppet TV shows are hidden on the Volume 2 DVDs.
--Carl's ID was shown in the episode "Remooned". His last name is Brutananadilewski, he lives at 328 Fairly Street, he is 5'11, brown eyes, and his birthdate is February 19th, 1961.
--In the "Universal Remonster" episode in the "chain" scene in Meatwad's room, there are several objects moving around copied from other Aqua Teen episodes, including the "Niel Bohr's atomic model" from Dumber Days, the "Broodwich" and the pink frisbee from "Space Conflict from Beyond Pluto".
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