The 10 Best Aqua Teen Hunger Force Musical Guests

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In one of the show's strangest episodes, it is revealed (in live-action) that the entire show is the creation of a south Jersey man named Don Shake who is an aspiring screenwriter. He lives with his roommate Frylock, played in live-action by T-Pain, who is threatening to kick him out if he doesn't make some money off these scripts at some point.

When Shake orders an iPod, it of course turns out to be an actual pod in a parody of Invasion of the Bodysnatchers. However, this pod is picky and ultimately decides because of his fandom of the supergroup Chickenfoot to replicate hordes of the bassist Michael Anthony.

Insane Clown Posse
Shake ends up taking advice from a 14-year-old Juggalo and then commits suicide. Frylock and Meatwad decide to take Insane Clown Posse to court for their responsibility in Shake's death to the nature of their lyrics. There's one thing they didn't count on though: ICP actually do a lot of charity work. Oh, and they spit fire.

Schooly D
Of course, Schooly D is perhaps the musician most involved with the Aqua Teens' world, having been involved with the show from day one, doing the theme song and narrations. Aside from his role as an omniscient narrator though, he finally showed up in an episode playing himself when the Aqua Teens moved into a new house (which looked exactly like their old house) in an almost complete repeat of the show's first episode.


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