"Fightan Titan" is the 7th episode of Season 9 and 117th overall of Aqua Teen Hunger Force.
The episode opens up with Frylock watching the TV. Frylock constantly yells "Are you seeing this?!" and Shake keeps asking to watch his cartoon. The news bulletin says: "Seattle, New Jersey Under Attack". The attacker of the city is revealed to be Paul, the giant destructive monster with the anger problem who used to rent the Aqua Teens' house while Marcula had them cocooned in the desert. As before, he is ranting incoherently about his whore of a wife while ripping buildings to pieces.
The Aqua Teens build a robot in an attempt to stop Paul, and they ask Carl for help. Carl, noting the presence of the "booby cannons", wants a "dong" for the robot to offset its femininity, as he "ain't riding in no woman robot; they're inferior, that's why we pay them less." After several minutes of arguing, Frylock finally agrees to weld a penis on the robot (actually just somebody's aluminum canoe) so Carl will agree to operate the arms. Master Shake demands to operate the head, since he's "the loudest person [he] knows", but eventually accepts the legs. Meatwad is assigned to ride in the head with Frylock and "operate the mustache".
Despite the city continuing to be destroyed in the background, Meatwad grabs the arms when Frylock isn't looking and sneaks off in them to the park. Shake also declares he's taking the legs for a "test drive" and heads to the disco. Neither of these outings end well, with Meatwad horribly crushing several cats and a dog while trying to pet them, as well as throwing an old lady (again voiced and portrayed by Dave Willis' Granny) a mile into the ocean while trying to help her cross the street. He returns impaled on one of the fingers, having tried to pick his nose with the machine. Shake, meanwhile, has broken all the floor lights at the disco and picks a fight with the bouncer when he objects, causing him to get badly beaten up and have the legs confiscated, leaving the Fightan Titan with no means of conveyance. Frylock is thus forced to ask Carl to drive the robot on top of his car, which he agrees to, so long as they make a "pit stop" in Boston first so he can harass the Boston Red Sox at Fenway Park by humping the left field wall with the Titan's robot dong.
After all these delays, they finally drive into the city on top of 2 Wycked, but Carl gets cold feet once he sees Paul and abandons them. Frylock says they are finished, but they then come up with a plan. They confront Paul, and calm him down by inquiring about his life. Upon hearing their feigned interest, Paul stops smashing things and starts telling them an emotional story about how he suspects his wife has been screwing his father behind his back. Despite the fact that he's clearly quite right, the Aqua Teens deny the obvious, pretend to care and blatantly stroke his ego long enough for Shake to fire the "Booby Cannons". Unfortunately, he reveals they'll take another 45 minutes to charge, so they're forced to sit immobile telling Paul he's actually very handsome and his wife isn't actually a slut. Police cars and tanks eventually surround them while they sit in the demolished city center, still waiting for the cannons to charge.
- Master Shake
- Unnamed Scientists
- Women in club
- Security guard at club
- Female Senior Citizen
- Baseball players and spectators
- Police and military forces
- Meatwad accidentally crushes a cat.
- Paul is returning after appearing in Couples Skate which makes this his 2nd apperance. He is still experiencing marital problems with his wife and is still perpetually enraged and destructive.
- The news warning shows their setting to be in Seattle, New Jersey.
- This is the 2nd episode to open with the extended opening theme.
- The News Scroll says humorous remarks, such as "Random person watching fake scroll on cartoon", or "cat does something cute on internet".
- The episode is dedicated to the memory of Billie Reaves. She played the Sheriff's mom on Squidbillies, and made several appearances on ATHF.
- Shake mentions having "a lot of p's in Open Season 3". A reference to his voice actor, Dana Snyder, voicing Alistair, a character in that movie.