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One Hundred 

Shake tries to collect syndication money for completing the 100th episode. The Aqua Teens are forced to start a new series of episodes after they are threatened by the "100" monster.

Directors:

Matt Maiellaro, Dave Willis (uncredited)

Writers:

Matt Maiellaro (creator), Matt Maiellaro | 2 more credits »
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Cast

Episode credited cast:
Carey Means ... Frylock
Amber Nash ... Tabitha
Tom Savini ... Police officer
Robert Smigel ... One Hundred
Dana Snyder ... Master Shake / Himself (voice)
Dana Swanson ... Police officer (voice)
Nick Weidenfeld ... Television executive
Dave Willis ... Meatwad / Carl Brutananadilewski (voice)
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Shake tries to collect syndication money for completing the 100th episode. The Aqua Teens are forced to start a new series of episodes after they are threatened by the "100" monster.

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Animation | Comedy

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

2 May 2010 (USA) See more »

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SuperMarioLogan See more »
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Color

Aspect Ratio:

16:9 HD
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Quotes

One Hundred: Can I at least take her into the woods, rape her and behead her, possibly not even in that order?
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Spoofs Scooby Doo, Where Are You! (1969) See more »

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S7: Typically odd stuff with a pretty consistent standard which will mostly please those still with it
18 September 2016 | by bob the mooSee all my reviews

At some point in a television show's run you stop worrying about whether or not you're going to win over new viewers, and instead just focus on the base of what your show is about and try to keep appealing to that while also keeping it fresh. With a show like this one that probably happens about 2 episodes in, since it is very much a select taste and if it is going to just annoy you then probably that will happen quite quickly. The seventh season for sure is not too worried about being accessible or opening the door a bit wider.

In keeping on doing what it does I found this season typically odd and fun. Plots vary wildly but essentially they allow the characters to be themselves, with plenty for everyone to have some time. There were episodes I preferred to others, but mostly this was related to my preference for the characters as opposed to the material itself varying. Mostly though it is true to its characters and its style humor. The writing is so deliberately odd that you at often forget how creative and strong it is – it would be wrong to dismiss it as silly (even if it is) or puerile (even if it is) because even a bleaker episode like Larry Miller Hair System has a weird core idea which it runs with very well – likewise One Hundred.

Of course not to everyone's taste, but a strong season of good consistency.


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