"Dusty Gozongas" is the tenth episode of the third season of Aqua Teen Hunger Force and the 52nd episode overall. It originally aired on October 3rd, 2004.


Spacecataz: The pizza is delivered to the Mooninites, who slam the door on the delivery alien without paying. His hand is cut off, and he screams in pain.

Master Shake tries to use the gas line for a torch for a fake Olympics Ceremony. When it fails , Frylock extinguishes it and calls someone from the city. But the person from the city is Dusty Gozongas, a stripper from the Wild Wild Chest. For the rest of the episode, Shake and Carl fight each other over her…culminating in Dusty spraying them in the eyes with mace and she is subsequently abducted by Wrench Aliens.


  1. The pizza delivery alien's hand is severed and the Alien may have died from lack of blood.

Cultural references[]

  • The strip club's name that Dusty works for, Wild Wild Chest, is a reference to the television show Wild Wild West.


  • The swollen eyes Carl and Shake get after Dusty sprays them with pepper spray are the same swollen eyes from they get from the chickens in "The."
  • Dusty is voiced by Scott Thompson from the Canadian comedy troupe, The Kids in the Hall. He is credited as “Veronica Billingsley”, however, in order to avoid SAG-AFTRA rules.
  • When Shake drops the camera on the floor to give it to Meatwad, it doesn't explode like everything else Shake drops or throws.
  • This is the first time Carl runs.
  • This is the only time Frylock uses his Water Vision.
  • The Wrench Aliens later appear as enemies in the game, Aqua Teen Hunger Force: Zombie Ninja Pro-Am.
  • This is not the only time Shake and Carl fights over a woman. Other examples include "Mail Order Bride" and "Jumpy George."
  • The CN Skull replaces the "Skull!" with a Wrench Alien saying "Yes!" This is the first time that the CN Skull is altered.
  • Carl mentions a strip club called Crotch Town which is never seen in the regular series, however, it is a major location in the opening and closing sequences for the tenth season. It is also seen briefly in the season eleven intro, as an homage to the season ten intro.