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DVD Review: ‘Aqua Teen Hunger Force Vol. 7’ Offers More Idiotic Idiocy

Aqua Teen Hunger Force Vol. 7 DVD

CHICAGO – The critical mind boggles when faced with a postmodern curiosity like “Aqua Teen Hunger Force.” It is almost entirely indefensible on every conceivable level. Think of the funniest joke you ever heard at 3am in the midst of an insomnia attack or the haze of hookah smoke, and you’ll find the accurate equivalent of this show’s mind-numbingly stupid humor.

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