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    Dr. Weird (Aqua Teen Hunger Force)

    "Don't let your kids watch it!" - Robbie Rotten

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    Dr. Weird
    “Gentleman, I bring you! More corn!!”
    Gender: Male
    Type: Hilariously Crazy Inventor
    Age: Unknown
    Species: Human
    Portrayed by: C. Martin Croker (1962-2016)
    Status: Alive
    Media of origin: Aqua Teen Hunger Force

    Dr. Weird is a supporting character and a main antagonist in the show Aqua Teen Hunger Force. For the first two seasons of the show, he was the subject of its cold openings. He rarely appears outside the cold openings.


    Accompanied by his more rational and trusty lab assistant Steve, who serves as the voice of reason to Dr. Weird's questionable and idiotic decisions and ideas; especially when Dr. Weird is shown to care very little about Steve's safety.

    He lives in an abandoned insane asylum that his father used to create since he claimed that the family would live there for a thousand years, which has become a laboratory/castle located on a small island in the South Jersey Shore, and it then has turned into a giant apartment building in Aqua Teen Hunger Force Colon Movie Film for Theaters.

    Dr. Weird was also responsible for creating the titular Frylock, Meatwad, Master Shake, and the now-deceased Chicken Bittle.

    Why He Deserves Corn

    1. As his name implies, he is extremely strange, eccentric, and bizarre, but he is fairly unique with his own oddball & quirky nature as a mad scientist.
    2. Despite his inventions and ambitions being either very random or insane, some of them can be clever, creative, and/or unpredictable.
    3. He contributes to the funniest moments in his own segments. Especially when his levels of weirdness and insanity are very entertaining to watch.
    4. His recurring catchphrase(s) "Gentleman, behold!" is downright memorable, charming, and timeless to hear.
    5. His theme song is just as memorable and timeless to hear.
    6. He is shown executing some idiotic plan at the beginning of each episode in the earlier seasons to the point that it's very funny. Especially when it seems to completely defy science and still manages to work on its own realm of logic (well most of the time).
    7. Even when Dr. Weird does something ridiculous, it'll still come off as hilarious.
    8. He spawned many hilarious internet memes, the best example of this is this: “My ass has finally decided to eat, my hand!! It hungers! for more!!”.
    9. He has a good character design. It's very much a throwback to old-fashioned comic-book villains from the 1960s and 1970s.
    10. Clay Martin Croker, who also voiced Moltar, and Zorak, does a great job at voicing him.
    11. Even though he is a comic-relief in the show, his characterization as an idiosyncratic villain in "Aqua Teen Hunger Force Colon Movie Film for Theaters" was downright awesome; especially when he gets the role as a sadistic antagonist whose levels of intimating badassery, high intelligence, and wacky humor make him an enjoyable antagonist.

    Weird Qualities

    1. His inventions and plans can sometimes backfire on him because of being too crazy, nonsensical, and/or incompetent.
      • At the same time, some of his failed inventions and off-the-wall decisions can cause trouble.
    2. There are several times when his motives and decisions, while odd and comedic, can be too confusing for viewers to understand in a general sense, as his name implies.
      • Examples of these include the time when he had sex with a lawnmower that gave birth to a blue robot for whatever reason, inflating himself with BBQ sauce despite saying that it won't work in the first place, and him chain-sawing his own calves so he can manually lose weight to make himself look good (which is very dangerous)
    3. He can be rather cruel sometimes, in a rather capricious way. Like disfiguring his roommate Randall into some mangled malformed blob as some form of revenge, sending spiders through a phone line to abuse a telemarketer for mispronouncing the word Weird (his surname), or when he occasionally mistreats his lab assistant Steve with some of his experiments.
    4. He and Steve were both absent as of Season 3.
    5. His voice can be considered too loud.



    • Dr. Weird's catchphrase, "Gentlemen, behold!", was sampled in the song "Let's Move" by hip-hop group The Perceptionists.
    • Footage for the close-up of the exterior for Dr. Weird's laboratory was recycled from that for the Bell Island Asylum in The Real Adventures of Jonny Quest Season One Episode Two, "Escape to QuestWorld".


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