Williams Street/Logo Variations

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These are the logo variations seen throughout the years by Williams Street Productions, with more to be added overtime.

Space Ghost Coast to Coast (Chambraigne) (1999): The first episode (and show period) to use a Williams Street logo as well as the only SGC2C episode to use the second Williams Street logo. Space Ghost states over the logo: "They're out there. They're shining, with eyes of hard plastic. And blue hair...BLUE AS THE NIGHT."

Brak Presents The Brak Show Starring Brak (2000): The logo is printed on a tape on a space background.

Space Ghost Coast to Coast (Flipmode) (2001): The logo is in static and as a result barely viewable.

Harvey Birdman: Attorney at Law (Bannon Custody Battle) (2000): The logo is tinted blue. This is also the only episode to use any Williams Street logo.

Sealab 2021 (Murphy Murph and the Feng Shui Bunch) (2002): Master Shake from Aqua Teen Hunger Force (who in the final bit of the episode became enraged at Meatwad for beating him in a video game), having just broken the 70/30 Productions logo (which he believes is Meatwad's), continues to break the Williams Street logo as "it's cheap looking".

Master Shake (voiced by Dana Snyder): "Seventy-Thirty. Is this yours?"
Meatwad (off screen, voiced by Dave Willis): "That's not mine!"
Master Shake: "Cause it's gone!"
Meatwad: "You're breaking somebody else's things now." (Shake breaks the 70/30 logo, followed by the Williams Street logo)
Master Shake: "It's cheap looking, and it's outta here." (Shake breaks the Williams Street logo, followed by the Cartoon Network logo) "What kind of crap is this, did an elephant paint this?!"

Squidbillies (Meth O.D. to My Madness) (2006): The logo is squished to the left with Early's PSA on the right.

Aqua Teen Hunger Force Colon Movie Film for Theaters (2007): The logo appears at the beginning, stays on screen significantly longer to the point of tedium, and plays an ominous synth drone (which begins over the First Look Studios logo) with one bell. When it finally fades out, "PRESENTS" in the same font is seen on the white background fading back in as a lower synth drone with one lower bell plays. After one final fade out, "THIS MOVIE" appears absurdly quick (JUST long enough to hear part of the bell) before smash cutting back to black.

Xavier: Renegade Angel (Bloodcorn) (2007): The logo is red due to the end of the episode, in which the planet Earth cries blood that floods the universe after turning into a giant eyeball.

Earth Ghost (2011): The logo is in sepia.

The Eric Andre Show (Scott Porter; Brutus "The Barber" Beefcake) (2013): The logo is sped up and alternates between playing normally and playing in reverse. A single hammer strike is heard, and the drumroll is distorted so that it sounds more akin to rumbling.

Aqua Teen Hunger Force Forever (The Greatest Story Ever Told) (2015): The final episode of the ATHF franchise (the last four seasons were for comedic effect renamed and treated as different shows altogether for no reason). Two gags with Williams Street were done for the occasion:

First, the logo itself cuts off the credits even earlier then usual. The end credits scene of the episode is Meatwad and Frylock stating that they will live and be on TV forever (obviously an intentional jab at it being the last episode) only to be cut off by the logo.

Immediately after this, the Aqua Teens and Carl are seen watching the logo on their TV (before the second hammer, which is heard as if coming from the TV). All four are quite disappointed that the last episode ended in such a way. Meatwad notices this is still technically the last moments and proposes they do a joke, only to be cut off by the Made in Georgia logo.

The Eric Andre Show (Bird Up) (2015): Eric Andre in a green suit with a parrot (his outfit for the titular "Bird Up!" sketch) appears at the bottom left corner of the screen, saying "Yah Boobay" over and over again.

Off the Air (NEWNOW) ("Analog Video Remix") (2015): The logo is shaded midnight blue, mimicking the retro VHS theme of the episode. The word "EJECT" is also seen.

Children's Hospital (The Show You Watch) (2016): The logo is redesigned to fit in with the 50s motif of the episode, like all the other logos along with it. The logo is now flat, simplistic, and more cartoony, sort of resembling a UPA/H-B background design, and the "WILLIAMS STREET" text is in a Clarendon-like font. The logo does not wave in this variant, and thus is completely still, no animation and without any copyright information at all.

Your Pretty Face Is Going To Hell (Fried Alive) (2019): Blood is splattered onto the logo due to the end of the episode, in which a Hell employee tries to commit suicide by shooting himself through the mouth.

Off the Air (Patterns) (2019): The logo appears on Space Ghost's monitor with an airplane passing by leaving behind trails of smoke.

Gemusetto (Episode Two: A# Minor) (2020): A man in a circle appears on the upper left corner saying, "Now, that's using your noodle."

Ambient Swim (Vintertog) (2023): The logo is smaller, pushed up, in the same colors as the credits, and some parts are barely visible. Copyright information in the same font as the credits is seen below.

The Eric Andre Show (The Cold Episode) (2023): The text has been altered to now read "Winter Sleet", in the same font as the redrawn variant.

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