List Of Aqua Teen Hunger Force Characters
This is a list of characters featured in the Adult Swim animated television series Aqua Teen Hunger Force, which is also known by various alternative titles.
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... He is very ineffective and plays jokes on the Aqua Teens ... (which Shake suggested to Freedom Cobra as non-human alternative) to satisfy his tattoo's hunger for meat (and likely as a way for Shake to get rid of the dog) ... Bobby is the latest of Meatwad's (and/or the Aqua Teens') pets to be killed by Shake ...
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