Season 7, Episode 3
Original air date February 14, 2010
Production code 702
Written by Matt Maiellaro,
Dave Willis
Featuring Meatwad, Lance
Also Appearing Carl, Frylock, Master Shake, Jimmy Tree Wizard, George Lowe
Parental Advisory TV-MA-V
Aqua Teen Hunger ForceSeason 7
"A PE Christmas" · "Rabbot Redux" · "Rubberman" · "Eggball" · "Monster" · "Hands on a Hamburger" · "IAMAPOD" · "Juggalo" · "Multiple Meat" · "Kangarilla and the Magic Tarantula" · "Larry Miller Hair System" · "One Hundred"
Rubberman is the third episode of season 7 and 91st overall.


After Frylock finds out about the sex that's been going on around the neighborhood he decides to do a condom recycling adventure that creates a creature made of used condoms. Meatwad names it Lance Potter and he brings it to life by placing Carl's football lamp on its head. When it comes to life it is very aggressive and a bad influence on Meatwad. Rubberman convinces Meatwad to injure or kill several people (resulting in Carl losing both of his arms).

Later Rubberman is showering with a hose in the backyard. he removes Carl's lamp to use shampoo, which promptly kills him. Meatwad then puts the lamp back on its head to say goodbye, bringing it back to life, but he's then ambushed by Frylock with a flamethrower.

Carl unsuccessfully navigates a hospital's telephone system in an attempt to get help for his severed arms.


  1. Meatwad cuts off the legs of a policeman, who might presumably die of blood loss.
  2. Meatwad kills an unnamed person with a wrench.
  3. Frylock uses a flamethrower to kill Lance.
  4. Meatwad and Rubberman shoot and kill the drug dealer, execution style.
  5. Carl presumably dies of blood loss after both of his arms are cut off.


  • In the promo before the episode mentioned that Don Kennedy is in the episode and that he was transit on SGC2C, and the Soda Dog Refreshment Squad from Aqua Teen Hunger Force Colon Movie Film for Theaters.
  • The Rubberman song is a parody of the Frosty the Snowman song.
  • This is the second and last episode to be rated TV-MA-V.
  • George Lowe voices the police officer.
  • This is the second time Carl has gotten his arms ripped off, the first being in The Shaving.
  • This the first time since Universal Remonster that the basement has been shown.
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