C&C - Aqua Teen Hunger Force - "Super Trivia" [9/21]

Menion420

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Rofl, "Im gonna be farting blood soon" or something to that extent... lol that was good stuff.... ATHF is teh shiznit.
 

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Best Dr. Weard opening yet, least favorite ATHF episode ever.

Sorry, I though this one was just stupid. Even with Carl's funny one liners and Seth's cameo, this was total crap in my book. I'd give it a C- at the most.
 

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I knew I heard that voice before!

Great episode. Possibly the best this season. A+
 

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The Real Brain

After a slow start, really started to pick up. Lots of classic ATHF here; the entire world's knowledge on one DVD, Meatwad and "The Backstreet Boys" (though it was a tad overdone), Dwayne the Brain (<3 Seth), the Dr. Weird opening...

But I think Carl was the biggest star here. Every line that came out of his mouth was gold. The pornography/cable modem exchange was my favorite part. ^_^

Not the best, but still good. I'll go with a A-/B+
 

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Wayne The Main Brain Is Not Insane But Frylock Will Make The Others Train In The Aqua Teen Hunger Force "Super Trivia" Episode Review.

This was a really good episode in the beginning, but didn't get many laughs anywhere else. The first Trivia-Off was really good, with Meatwad answering everything with the Backstreet Boys (even the name of the team) and Shake making up Benmark ("It's a real country under Denmark") and putting that down as the last answer, Frylock hooking up Shake and Meatwad to gain the knowledge of the world from his big ass DVD, Shake actually learning something from it while Meatwad dosen't, Frylock recruiting Carl for the Team Trivia at the bar so he'll have a sports expert (and then saying girls will be there and Carl eating all those wings) and the end where Wayne the brain tells them it was all an illusion created by him and Wayne creating a girlfriend ("She's mine, stop looking at her") and then flying off while Frylock lets Shake get eaten by Aphids. The middle was pretty dry but this episode still gets an A-.
 

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Doesn't beat the last two episodes by a long shot, but...

The middle part of this episode up until Wayne's little tirade at the end was comedy gold, especially all the dialogue involving Carl (the porn exchange was great).

Dr. Weird just keeps getting funnier.

Rating: A-
 

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"I'll be here download porn at 14k a second. Nah, I'm joking. I got a cable modem back here :) " (Or something along those lines)

That was classic. The Dr. Weird bit was freaky, and the giant DVD was good too. Was Frylocks DVD-Drive implanted into the wall? I was also expecting more answers from Meatwad, but Shake did well enough.

B+
 

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Wonderful!

"Super Trivia" was a little weak towards the beginning , but quickly picked up into the expected wonderful weirdness of Aquateen Hunger Force. Carl, as expected, offered many of the singular highlights. His unique naming scheme for the trivia team garnering much of my amusement. I have noticed that Aquateen Hunger Force does not reduce me to paroxysms of laughter, rather it generates tremendously satisfying, low chuckles and a general sense of fulfilling, if understated, mirth.

An excellent episode, which for Aquateen Hunger Force, is par for the course. *** out of *****
 

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Delthayre said:
"Super Trivia" was a little weak towards the beginning , but quickly picked up into the expected wonderful weirdness of Aquateen Hunger Force. Carl, as expected, offered many of the singular highlights. His unique naming scheme for the trivia team garnering much of my amusement. I have noticed that Aquateen Hunger Force does not reduce me to paroxysms of laughter, rather it generates tremendously satisfying, low chuckles and a general sense of fulfilling, if understated, mirth.

An excellent episode, which for Aquateen Hunger Force, is par for the course. *** out of *****


Damn, I actually had to look up two of the words in your post just to completely understand WTF you said :eek: . Heh, speak more sub-intellectual engrish please! Well, I guess it's a good thing you made me learn some new words, but damn I'm to lazy to do that all the time!
 

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Wow

Really, I hadn't thought any of the vocabulary I used was particularly erudte.

As to your request, I'm afraid I cannot satisfy it. This is the mode of speech most natural to me. By some odd chance, I lack the differentiation between a spoken and written vocabulary. Thus, my speech is as chronically magniloquent as my writing, and thus reinforces that trend in my writing. And so on, and so on, and so on.
 

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Didn't care for the Dr. Weird opening. The last few have been excellent, I was slightly let down this time.

While not the best of the season so far, there was plenty of good, funny stuff once again.

LOL line of the night:

CARL(about Frylock): "I knew he wasn't gay." :D
 

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How contritely magnanimous of you Delthayre.

Not a huge fan of this kind of story line, but at least the ending wasn't what you usually see in these types of plotlines and that makes it good n' funny.
 

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"I'm gonna be fartin' blood over here..."

That's... like... the best line ever in the history of EVAR. Forget "teh s uck", that should be the slogan. :D
 

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Delthayre said:
my speech is as chronically magniloquent as my writing, and thus reinforces that trend in my writing.
For those of you not in the know magniloquent comes from a combination of eloquent, meaning well spoken, and malignant, meaning out to screw you over evilly. ;)
 

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