18 Villains Who Prove Aqua Teen Hunger Force Is the Weirdest Show of All Time
The villains are a big part of what makes Aqua Teen Hunger Force so funny and psychotically unique, even among Adult Swim cartoons. From Dr. Weird to the Mooninites, these "bad guys" are so bizarre, they make more traditional animated villains look as boring as wheat bread.
Obviously, Carl is still king in this universe, but without the Plutonians or MC Pee Pants, the ATHF would have no one to face off against. You can't really call what happens between the heroes and these guys "battle," because Aqua Teen Hunger Force adventures almost always come down to a lot of annoyance and retaliatory explosions, followed by a complete lack of resolution.
So, without further ado, here are the best of the best ATHF villains. Vote up the weirdest, most inexplicable characters ever to squabble with the heroes of Aqua Something You Know Whatever.
- 1242 VOTES
Hand Banana is not so much an enemy of the ATHF as he is an enemy of consensual sex and Carl's anus. A "dog" created from the DNA of Shake's hand, he immediately forms a telepathic bond with Carl, which he uses to foreshadow the forced rectal lovemaking that later ensues.
Carl creates his own "dog" using one of the weird hairs on the bottom of his foot, hoping it'll avenge him, but instead, the two dogs just team up against him.
- 2223 VOTES
Ignignokt and Err often venture down from their native moon to Earth to scam Carl and corrupt poor, little Meatwad. They have the ability to interlock and form the incredibly slow-shooting Quad-Laser, as well as unmatched skill wielding the Foreigner Belt, which grants the wearer all the powers of 70's supergroup Foreigner.
When they're not tormenting the ATHF, they also regularly prey upon the ignorance of the Plutonians. And while they're flat as pancakes, they claim to have five dimensions. Make that five-thousand. Don't question it.
- 3163 VOTES
MC Pee Pants
M.C. Pee Pants is a giant rapping spider in diapers and a shower cap. Ot at least, that's what he is in his first incarnation, when he released the smash hit, "I Like Candy," a song that causes Meatwad and Carl to gorge themselves on candy, raising their blood-sugar levels, which MC Pee Pants planned to use to power a drill to hell).
But every time he's killed, he comes back from hell in a new, highly unenviable form. He's been a cow, a worm, a fly, and a really, really old guy. And, he's voiced by real-life rapper, MC Chris, the man behind "Fett's Vette," a song inspired by the most merciless bounty hunter in the Star Wars universe.
- 4162 VOTES
Dr. Weird lives up to his namesake as the creator of the ATHF, as well as their primary antagonist during the first several seasons. He enjoys tormenting his lab assistant Steve, sometimes by dissecting his brain, other times by talking about his mama. Dr. Weird has created plenty of monstrosities, including Rabbot and Mothmonsterman, but most serve no purpose beyond bugging the hell out of the show's protagonists.
- 5150 VOTES
Cybernetic Ghost of Christmas Past from the Future
The Cybernetic Ghost of Christmas Past from the Future is a mohawked robot with a penchant for nonsensical stories about elves from Mars, Santa Claus, and Carl eating boiled carpet for Christmas dinner as a child. He makes Carl's house pour elf blood from the walls, and tells Carl it will only stop if he has sex with a great red ape in space. Instead, Carl sells the house to Danzig, who considers the bleeding walls its best feature.
- 6149 VOTES
The Broodwich is a demonic sandwich that attempts to seduce people to eat it. Why? In order to transport them to an alternate dimension where an axe-wielding guy with relationship problems can then chop the sandwich eater apart. Specifically, the Broodwich is comprised of "wheat harvested in Hell's half-acre, baked by Beelzebub, slathered with mayonnaise from the evil eggs of a powerful dark chicken, beaten into sauce by the hands of a one-eyed madman, [with] cheese boiled from the rancid teat of a three-headed fanged cow [and] layered with 666 separate meats from an animal which has maggots for blood."
When Shake encounters the Broodwich, he attempts to avoid doom by not eating the sandwich's sun-dried tomatoes. A forced lobotomy changes his mind, however.