Burbank, CA : Warner Home Video, 
2 videodiscs (149 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in ISBN/ISSN:
Title from container
Originally released as a television cartoon series
Based on the characters created by Matt Maiellaro, Dave Willis
Special features: Deleted scenes, commentaries, making of The cloning, spirit journey formation anniversary music videos, Schoollu D music/art gallery, script pages, answering machine messages, promo spots
Voices: Dana Snyder, Carey Means, Dave Willis, C. Martin Croker
The leader of this crime-solving trio is Shake, a cranky, cynical beverage with a pink flex-straw driven into his frosty top. The chief problem solver in the bunch is Frylock, who resembles a sack of fast-food fries crossed with the Red Devil from the paint cans. Meatwad's name couldn't be more appropriately descriptive, and he's the good-natured softy in the bunch. The three live together near the New Jersey shore and pretty much split their time between battling Dr. Weird's bungling crime syndicate and annoying Carl, their loser next-door neighbor with an above-ground pool
MPAA rating: Not rated
"Some Adult Swim content may not be recommended for viewers younger than age 14."--Container
DVD, Region 1 encoding, Full screen presentation, Dolby Digital
In English, with optional English, French and Spanish subtitles
Disc 1. Frat aliens -- Total recarl -- Kidney car -- Revenge of the trees -- The cloning -- Broodwich -- The dressing -- The -- The cubing -- Disc 2. The last one + commentary -- The clowning + commentary -- Spirit journey formation anniversary + commentary -- The shaving + commentary -- special features
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