The Credits tell you who made something. In Aqua Teen Hunger Force, the Credits consist of an autotune Song with Shake saying "Dancing is forbidden!" from the episode "Rabbot", even though it was often mistaken to be "Finger puppet" when the closed captions are on. Occasionally, Schoolly D sings something else. In Rabbot, the Credits showed the Rabbot dancing. In Escape from Leprechaupolis thru Ol' Drippy, the Credits were shown with over a black Screen, like Family Guy. Starting with Revenge of the Mooninites, the Credits featured the Time Lincoln sending them to the Moon, which became the Cold Opening of Aqua Teen Hunger Force Colon Movie Film for Theaters. In Antenna, Larry Miller Hair System , & One Hundred, the Credits roll over the final Scene.
- Mooninites 1 and 2: Plays the Mooninites Theme over the credits. Used in Mayhem of the Mooninites and Revenge of the Mooninites.
- MC Pee Pants: Plays "I Want Candy" over the credits.
- Mail Order Bride: Features a christmas rap by Schooly D.
- Rabbot: Used in Rabbot. Shows Rabbot dancing in the city.
- Escape from Leperchaupolis to Ol' Drippy: Uses a format similar to Adult Swim bumps. Uses the same music as the standard credits.
- Super Birthday Snake: Uses an unnamed Schooly D loop.
- Super Hero: Plays the theme song of the Drizzle
- Super Sir Loin: Plays "For Da Shorteez" during the credits.
- Little Brittle: Plays "Come Visit Me Dawg" during the credits
- Dusty Gozongas: Plays Dusty Gozongas' theme during the credits.
- Boost Mobile: Axe Body Spray appears in every scene in the credits.
- Dickesode: Replaces the first names of everyone that worked on the episode to "Dick"
- Party All the Time: Play Andrew WK's "Party Party Party" during the credits.
- Robots Everywhere: Carl continues to play "Count the Bullets" with the robots during the credits.
- Sirens: The "Skull" at the end of the credits is sung by the sirens instead.