"Chicken and Beans" is the 2nd episode of Season 9 and the 112th overall of Aqua Something You Know Whatever.


Meatwad writes his own song, entitled "Chicken and Beans". In the Sub Shop, Meatwad performs the song on stage with Frylock accompanying him. During this, Shake records the event as Meatwad, nervously, decides to reduce to projectile vomiting.

Shake uploads it to NotUTube, and it instantly makes Meatwad popular. Meatwad is then sent to perform on TV. Shake grows jealous of his fame and deletes the video, and uploads his own song.

Frylock calls Meatwad, only to find that the fame is starting to get to Meatwad's head, as he is pushy, aggressive and rude. Frylock and Shake fly over to get Meatwad. their first stop is when Shake is at the airport with Frylock and helps Shake get all of his guitars ready for the concert and then their second stop at the Motel where Shake calls Meatwad on the phone and Meatwad texts "Lick My Feet" to Shake and also Frylock still has a lot of guitars that Shake wants to bring to the concert. then during the night as Meatwad is about to perform for a concert, he calls everyone off and cusses them out on stage by saying "F'" ya'll.

Afterwards, Frylock immediately finds Meatwad at the backstage area, and grounds him for 6 weeks. Back home, Shake find out that he is sued for copyright infringement of his song, and is to appear at court.


  • NotUTube is an obvious spoof of the video website YouTube.
  • Shake's NotUTube username is 'terrabyt8125'.  There is a channel on YouTube with this username, in an attempt to recreate the NotUTube channel.[1]
  • Meatwad said he was going to be on Lopez Tonight however it ended in 2011.
  • According to when the NotUTube videos were added, a portion of this episode takes place on Monday, April 2, 2012. [2]
  • According to Dave Willis, this episode is based on the Charlie Sheen implosion from 2010-2011.
  • The motel room is the same set used for the hotel in room in Carl.
  • Carl's whore is seen in the front row of Meatwad's final concert.
  • Charity, Chastity, Prudence, and Hope's names are a reference to a Husker Du song of the same name. The song was written by Grant Hart and is featured on their double LP Warehouse: Songs and Stories.


  2. This date has been confirmed to be April 2, 2012. Please, no further tampering with this date.