The Venture Brothers

Season 4 Episode 14

Assisted Suicide

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Aired Sunday 11:30 PM Oct 17, 2010 on Cartoon Network
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Dr. Venture is contemplating suicide, but Dr. Orpheus realizes that he's possessed.

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    Christopher McCulloch

    Christopher McCulloch

    Hank Venture/The Monarch

    Patrick Warburton

    Patrick Warburton

    Brock Samson

    Michael Sinterniklaas

    Michael Sinterniklaas

    Dean Venture

    Doc Hammer

    Doc Hammer

    Dr. Girlfriend/Dr. Mrs. The Monarch

    James Urbaniak

    James Urbaniak

    Dr. Thaddius S. "Rusty" Venture

    Christopher McCulloch

    Christopher McCulloch

    Sgt. Hatred/Pete "Thaddeus" White/Tim-Tom

    Guest Star

    Doc Hammer

    Doc Hammer

    Henchman 21/Billy "Eros" Quizboy/Shoreleave/Kevin

    Guest Star

    James Urbaniak

    James Urbaniak

    The Rusties/Rusty's Women

    Guest Star

    Steven Rattazzi

    Steven Rattazzi

    Dr. Orpheus

    Recurring Role

    Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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    • TRIVIA (1)

      • The picture of young Rusty on Shoreleave's shirt was facing right. But once Shoreleave faces left, the picture of young Rusty's face also faces left.

    • QUOTES (3)

      • Dr. Orpheus: Mr. Venture is not suicidal.
        Shoreleave: Oh, really? Why is he trying to hang himself from your tie?
        Dr. Orpheus: Because Mr. Venture is possessed!

      • Kevin: That's it. I'm going to bash the door down with my secret mind powers. Back up, Tim-Tom.
        Tim-Tom: You don't have secret mind powers.
        Kevin: That's because they're secret. Maybe even to me.
        Tim-Tom: I have a key to the door
        Kevin: Oh, whatever. It's just, now we'll never know about secret mind powers.

      • Dr. Mrs. the Monarch: Gary, you've seen too much.
        Henchman 21: I've seen my only real friend die. I've seen a giant penny roll over a guy dressed like a rainbow. I've seen the Donkey Kong kill screen. I've seen attack ships on fire off the shoulder of Orion.
        Dr. Mrs. the Monarch: (cheerleading) Oh, G-A-R-Y! You ain't got no alibi! You're Gary! What, what?!? You're Gary!
        Henchman 21: Okay, I have not seen that ever

    • NOTES (0)

    • ALLUSIONS (4)

      • Dr. Orpheus: This isn't a Gallagher 2 tour.
        Referencing Gallagher, a comedian known for his props and his tendency to use the Sledge-O-Matic to smash messy objects such as watermelons, scattering food on his audience.

      • Henchman 21: You think he's going to bring back a pissed-off Billy Mahoney with him?
        Referencing Flatliners (1990), where Billy Mahoney is a ghostly figure who haunts one of the medical students who inflicts a near-death experience on himself to get a glimpse of the afterlife.

      • Henchman 21: I've seen attack ships on fire off the shoulder of Orion.
        Referencing a speech given by a dying replicant (Rutger Hauer) in the movie Blade Runner (1982). The full dialogue is, "I've seen things you people wouldn't believe. Attack ships on fire off the shoulder of Orion. I watched c-beams glitter in the dark near the Tanhauser Gate. All those moments will be lost in time, like tears in rain. Time to die."

      • Henchman 21: We must drink. This is tranya.
        Referencing the original Star Trek episode "The Corbomite Manuever, where a giant alien ship threatens the Enterprise. in the end, it is revealed that a diminutive alien has manipulated the entire situation. He offers the visitors "tranya," a (presumably alcoholic) drink.

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