This weekend Adult Swim's long-running animated series starring an anthropomorphic shake, a box of French fries and a wad of meat will end. After 11 seasons, "Aqua Teen Hunger Force" will conclude the series. Created by Matt Maiellaro and Dave Willis, this late night staple for people who-should-really-probably-be-in-bed-because-they-have-work-in-the-morning-but-aw-heck-what's-one-more-episode, has entertained the masses for 15 years. And now it is over.
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Adult Swim boasts two of the very best animated sitcoms on the air right now between Rick and Morty and The Venture Bros. But even with those two shows to fall back on, it often seems as though Adult Swim's best days are behind it. Gone are classics like Aqua Teen Hunger Force, Home Movies and Sealab , replaced by a new wave of shows that somehow manage to get progressively less memorable even as they grow more bizarre and esoteric. And unfortunately, The Jellies doesn't seem likely to reverse that trend. The basics are pretty much the same. The series revolves around a year-old boy named Cornell Jelly voiced by Samurai Jack's Phil LaMarr , the only human child in a family of anthropomorphic jellyfish.
AQUA TEEN HUNGER FORCE Hysteria In Boston... sad commentary on the times we live in?
I recently was contacted by a band called Midnite Hellion hailing from Trenton, New Jersey asking me if I would mind reviewing their ep Enter the Unknown. So should you Enter the Unknown with Midnite Hellion or be a grammar Nazi and autocorrect their name right now? Read on!
We are excited to announce our first ever Democracy Works listener mailbag episode! E-Verify is a web-based system that allows enrolled employers to confirm the eligibility of their employees to work in the United States. E-Verify employers verify the identity and employment eligibility of newly hired employees by electronically matching information provided by employees on the Form I-9, Employment Eligibility Verification, against records available to the Social Security Administration SSA and the Department of Homeland Security DHS. E-Verify is a voluntary program.