Boston was produced and originally intended to air as the first episode of season five. It was pulled from air by Adult Swim to avoid further controversy after the Boston Bomb Scare, during which Cartoon Network incurred costs by way of settlement after the incident. As part of the settlement, which resolves any potential civil or criminal claims against the companies, Turner and Interference agreed to pay $2 million: $1 million to go to the Boston . An Aqua Teen Hunger Force episode from season five, "Boston", was produced as the series creators' response to the bomb scare, but Adult Swim pulled it to avoid further controversy. The episode has never aired or been formally released to the public legally in any format, but it was illegally leaked online in January
The supposed bomb attached to the 14th St. bridge that tied up the Downtown Connector Monday afternoon reminded a colleague of mine of an Adult Swim . Jan 31, · The Boston Mooninite panic occurred on Wednesday, January 31, , after the Boston Police Department and the Boston Fire Department mistakenly identified battery-powered LED placards depicting the Mooninites, characters from the Adult Swim animated television series Aqua Teen Hunger Force, as improvised explosive devices.
Re: [adult swim]: the Mooninite, Boston bomb scare apology, first draft Yes and I do support cops when they’re being righteous and I agree, in theory, with your points. And shutting down traffic is fine if there is a good faith basis: they really thought it was a dangerous situation/day. That was the weirdest bump I've ever read. Printer Friendly | Permalink | | Top: catzies (+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore: Wed Jan PM Response to Original message.