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Frylock is obsessed with the number 100, which keeps appearing everywhere. This was a very obvious parody of The Number 23. Frylock says that the Mayans invented the Number, which is an obvious parody of the 2012 phenomenon.
Master Shake then flies off to meet with the network guys, and Dana Snyder pops out of him, demanding syndication money, claiming its the hundredth episode, so he deserves it. A network executive replies that because Aqua Teen Hunger Force is 11Min long, they only have 50 half-hours.
A giant monster in the shape of the number 100 appears at the Aqua Teens' house, and he sends them into the World of Scooby Doo. Meatwad becomes a parody of Scooby, called Meaty. A woman resembling Daphne/Velma joins them. They investigate a haunted house, where Dr Weird, Handbanana, and "Willie Nelson" (from The Shaving) are briefly seen. They unmask a monster, who turns out to be the 100 Monster. Shake tells him that he failed to put Aqua Teen Hunger Force in syndication, telling him that he even tried to double the Episodes to make them fit in a half-hour.
The Credits roll over Dana Snyder again trying to put Aqua Teen Hunger Force in syndication, but the network executives walk out on him, saying that nothing he says is funny.
IGN gave the episode a 7.8. out of 10, generally classifying it as "good", but comments on how oddly dark things went, when they had a character show up and state his desire to rape and behead a female character in that episode. After some dialog, the character grabs the female and takes off off to the woods. They then show someone talking to one of the network people from before, who criticized them for it. 
- Dana Snyder - Master Shake, himself
- Carey Means - Frylock
- Dave Willis - Meatwad, Carl
- Nick Weidenfeld
- George Lowe - Cop
- Tom Savini - Cop
- Robert Smigel - One Hundred
- Amber Nash - Tabitha
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