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Dancing is forbidden!!
~ Master Shake's most prominent quote.
You're about to not have a mouth! And I mean it! I'LL RIP IT OFF!
~ Master Shake threatening Meatwad.

Master Shake or simply Shake, is one of the main protagonists in Aqua Teen Hunger Force, its reworked title Aqua Unit Patrol Squad 1, Aqua Something You Know Whatever, Aqua TV Show Show and Aqua Teen Hunger Force Forever.

He was voiced by Dana Snyder in most of his appearances, Dave Willis in "Baffler Meal", and portrayed by H. Jon Benjamin in "Last Last One Forever And Ever". His muscles were voiced by John DiMaggio (who also voiced Bender in Futurama) in the episode "Muscles".


Unlike the other two food items, Frylock, an uptight super-intelligent box of fries and Meatwad, a childlike, yet lovable ball of meat, Shake is a rude, selfish, lazy, narcissistic (in earlier episodes, he believed he was the leader) yet dimwitted milkshake. He often likes to torture Meatwad for his amusement and annoys Frylock to no end.

Even Oglethorpe and Emory, the two idiotic Plutonians find Shake annoying. Shake's own stupidity has caused damage to the city they live in, their own house, to himself and even to the whole planet, and yet he never learns from his mistakes. He is often worse than some of the villains the Aqua Teens have encountered. Master Shake's sheer unlikability is clearly demonstrated during an instance where Frylock invents a device that, when used by an individual, emits a signal which attracts nearby friends to them. Although the device is shown to work successfully for even the ill-tempered Carl and the socially inept Meatwad, Master Shake finds that he is unable to attract any potential friends when he uses it, demonstrating that there is likely no one alive who can stand to be around Shake. This notion is further reinforced in a later episode where Frylock creates a robot girlfriend for Shake that is programmed to love him unconditionally only for her to end up cheating on him.

It is hinted that he may also be dumber than Meatwad as Meatwad has outwitted him on occasion and even gotten revenge on Shake as well. Shake has an unusual ability to make anything he throws explode. He is also shown to be terrified of vampires and suicidal action figures.




  • In the movie, it is revealed that Shake can remove his straw. Likewise the episode "Banana Planet" revealed that his straw can be used to smell things.
  • Shake is allergic to shellfish.
  • In Season 5, Shake claimed that he was thirty or forty years old despite acting like a teenager. In "Rabbot Redux", he is stated to be forty years old. In "Aqua Teen Hunger Force Zombie Ninja Pro-Am", Shake is depicted as turning forty.
    • Although, Shake is actually twelve-years-old.

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Main Antagonists
Cybernetic Ghost of Christmas Past from the Future | Dr. Weird | Mooninites | Plutonians | Steve | Markula | MC Pee Pants | Willie Nelson

Recurring Antagonists
Balloonenstein | Bingo | Bert Banana, Tammy Tangerine, & Mortimer Mango | Dan | Dr. Wongburger | Handbanana | Happy Time Harry | Javier | Kill & Die Dummies | Major Shake | Mind Mosquito | Mothmonsterman | Oog | Paul | Rabbot | Randy the Astonishing | Robot Family | Satan | The Voice | Travis of the Cosmos | White Aliens

One-Shot Antagonists
100 Monster | Adolf Hitler | Allen | Boost Mobile Phone | Brain Fairy | Canadian Puppet | Carl & Carl Jr. | Carl's Dad | Creditor | Darlene | Demon Octopus | Drewbacca | Don | Dr. Zord, Lionel, & Randy | Flesh Train | Freda | Freedom Cobra | French Speaking Shellfish | Gene E. | Ghost of Smiley Junction | Giant Poodle | Glenn Danzig | Gorgatron | Gypsy the GPS | Hairy Bus | Honest Abe Lincoln's Hot Links | Hoppy Bunny | Jerry | Jet Chicken & Rocket Horse | Jubilee | Knappy the Knapsack | Lance | Lance Potter | Love Mummy | Mappy the Map | Mind Master | Mother Clam | Mobsters | Mr. Dicenzo | Mr. Sticks | Mucus Man | Napkin Lad | Nathan Scott Phillips | Neil | Presbobot | Randy the Astonishing's Father | Robositter | Ruby | She Creature | Skeletons | South Bronx Parasite | Spaghetti | Starsky | Styro-Head | Ted Nugent | The Creature From Plaque Lagoon | The Bongo King | The Night Wolf | Three Demons of Satan | Time Lincoln | Time Warner | Turkatron | Ultra Mega Chicken | Universal Remonster | Walter Melon | Wayne McClain | Wi-tri | Wisdom Cube | | Yahtzee | Zakk Wylde | Zod

Hostile Species
Banana Planet Monkeys | Brownie-Monsters | Chuds | Clams | Cybernetic Ghost of Christmas Past from the Future's Soldiers | Dr. Wongburger's Minions | Insanoflexes | Leprechauns | Nazi Balloons | Piranha Bacteria | Phone Spiders | Pinball Birds | Pods | Sirens | Trees

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