Last Last one Forever and Ever (a.k.a. Live Action) is the live-action episode of ATHF. It premiered on May 31st 2009.
Don Shake tries to write a script, and Meatwad and Carl try to give him advice. They notice a broken gas leak so the Aqua Teens move out of their house. The episode starts and ends with the usual animation, but the rest of the episode is live action.
- Meatwad dies in an explosion at the car wash.
- Frylock, Master Shake and Carl all die when the entire eastern sea board explodes.
Meatwad is visually portrayed by an exercise ball, and is still voiced by Dave Willis. Master Shake is played by H. Jon Benjamin who is also in several other episodes of the show. Frylock is played by T-Pain who was also in the episode Dummy Love. For Carl they had a big casting session, and David Long Jr. was eventually chosen to play him. C. Martin Croker does an off-stage voice that sounds very much like Dr. Weird.
Many fans thought this would be the last episode because of its title, and that the Aqua Teens leave Carl at the end. Season 7 aired its first episode in December, 2009.
This episode has gotten mostly negative reviews. Fan opinion was divided on H. Jon Benjamin as Master Shake. T-Pain thought he did poorly, but the people at Adult Swim liked his performance. Fans responded very well to David Long Jr.
Featured Characters (Part 1)
- Carl H. Jon Benjamin (Shake)
- T-Pain (Frylock)
- David Long (Carl)
- Dr. Weird (voice only)
- During the production of this episode series creators Dave Willis and Matt Maiellaro seriously thought this was going to be the final episode of the series, until it was renewed for a seventh season.
- This episode was almost never aired on television, but was either going to be a DVD extra or posted on YouTube.
- The episode starts and ends with the usual animation.
- Boxy Brown makes a brief cameo at the end of the episode in the Aqua Teens's moving van.
- The Dragon Hilted Sword from Aqua Teen Hunger Force: Zombie Ninja Pro-Am makes an appearance.
- Assisted Living Dracula appears on the live action television.
- The story Meatwad tells Don Shake to copy down contains elements taken from children's show SpongeBob SquarePants, Meatwad also mentions actor Nicolas Cage.