“Mail Order Bride” may be the episode that is seventeenth of first period of Aqua Teen Hunger Force.
|“Mail Order Bride”|
|Season 1, Episode 17 air that is original||December 22, 2002|
|published by||Matt MaiellaroDave Willis|
|Directed by||Jay Edwards|
|Guest star(s)||Rita McGrath (Svetlana)|
|Featuring||Shake, Frylock, Meatwad, Carl|
|additionally showing up||Dr. Weird, Steve, Santa Claus, Svetlana, George Lowe|
|Parental Advisory||TV-PG-D (Initial score)|
TV-PG-DL (Current score)
It initially aired on December 22nd, 2002.
Dr. Weird provides Steve A christmas present, and seals himself in a cage. Steve believes it really is one thing sweet, however the ‘present’ has razor- sharp teeth and attacks Steve.
As a christmas time current to by by by themselves, Shake and Carl split the expense of a mail-order bride from Chechnya. Carl is searching ahead to intercourse he won’t need to pay for every time, while Shake is excited to own anyone to prepare and neat and wait on him. Frylock declares this to be “depraved”; Shake thanks him and states he hopes she views that in him too. Carl and Shake quickly start fighting over who’ll get access that is first their “co-fiance”.
Upon showing up, their Chechnyan bride Svetlana is instantly accosted by Carl and Shake and it is horrified by both choices; Shake demands she “get into the buy an asian bride kitchen and boil him some sausages” while Carl presents her a g-string that is tiny tells her to “put this on and shake it”. She flees to Carl’s home and barricades by herself in. While wanting to access their home through the story that is second, Carl falls and breaks his throat. Svetlana observes this and immediately finger finger finger nails a piece of plywood over the screen. Further attempts by Carl to obtain in just causes Svetlana to “scream at me in this language. such as a demon yelling at me or something”. She does are able to communicate that she will just perform some wedding service if she can remain locked in Carl’s bedroom.
Meanwhile Meatwad and Frylock celebrate Christmas Time. Frylock offers Meatwad the locks he would been seeking and Meatwad provides Frylock the “wrap around sunglasses” he had been requesting: a random choice of pinecones and sticks hot glued together as Shake points out, something such as the pc he got the entire year before, made totally from leaves.
Once the team assembles outside Carl’s room for the wedding service with Carl using a tuxedo that is blue ruffles over a huge throat traction rig because of his broken throat and Shake putting on a black colored bowtie and cummerbund strapped to their cup. Frylock shows not able to pronounce Svetlana’s last title. Carl claims it willn’t make a difference, “simply state Smith or Jones or something”. Whenever Frylock can not pronounce Carl’s final title either, Carl informs him “simply say Smith too, it does not matter. None of the things.” Whenever Frylock informs them to slip the band beneath the home, Shake reveals he has got no band, and “isn’t getting roped into all of that” since he “hasn’t seen meals as soon as because this entire thing began.” Carl agrees, and Frylock skips it and declares them hitched, which instantly encourages Svetlana to smash Carl’s bed room window, escape for a rope created from bed linens and flee the scene in Carl’s automobile. Carl, shocked because of the end that is unexpectedly quick of wedding, muses that she evidently “got the car”, which Meatwad points down is technically half hers now, “or a 3rd. We dunno.”
The episode stops with a cheesy wedding DJ congratulating the brand new “Misters and Mrs. Portowsky”, which prompts a torrent of punishment from Carl for mispronouncing his title, along with a need he “get the hell out of right right here”, whereupon Shake reminds him they have “got him ‘til 2” also although the bride is gone and no body feels as though dancing except Meatwad.
The scene that is last an oddly-touching motion of sympathy from Meatwad, whom informs Carl he “knows he is harming” and provides him a consolation xmas present; a stick to a bow about it. Carl’s commentary: “Oh. Good.”