The Venture Brothers

Season 5 Episode 7

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Aired Sunday 11:30 PM Jul 14, 2013 on Cartoon Network
8.9
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Brock goes undercover to rescue a volunteer undercover operative helping the OSI track down the Council of 13, and ends up in a night club... of doom!

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  • Too Soon

    8.0
    This episode felt rather hodge-podge, but it worked out well enough in the end (and makes me wonder if the Doc's got slugs of his own). It was wonderful to have a Brock-centric episode, even if he didn't reaffirm his badassery. I loved The Monarch and Dr. Mrs. The Monarch coming to the Doc's rescue; it was a great change of pace that needs to happen every so often. Gimme more Doctor O, though!moreless
James Urbaniak

James Urbaniak

Dr. Thaddius S. "Rusty" Venture

Patrick Warburton

Patrick Warburton

Brock Samson

Christopher McCulloch

Christopher McCulloch

The Monarch

Doc Hammer

Doc Hammer

Dr. Girlfriend/Dr. Mrs. The Monarch

James Urbaniak

James Urbaniak

Phantom Limb

Guest Star

Christopher McCulloch

Christopher McCulloch

Sgt. Hatred/Hunter Gathers/Ghost Robot/Dragoon/Dr. Z/Don Hell/Steppenwolf/The Nerve/Sovereign Head/Dr. Henry Killinger/St. Cloud

Guest Star

Doc Hammer

Doc Hammer

Shoreleave/Billy Quizboy/Paul Monocle/Vendata/Sunsational

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  • QUOTES (1)

    • Brock: A cyborg placed a personals' ad.
      Hunter Gathers: Well, he's still half a man, ain't he?
      Shoreleave: Now we know what half.

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  • ALLUSIONS (3)

    • Brock: So how do we put the screws to a rogue RoboCop?
      Referencing the 1987 science fiction movie RoboCop, which features a policeman who is killed and then used as the basis for a project that turns him into an emotionless cyborg law enforcement officer.

    • Red Mantle: You're thinking of The Wacky Races.
      Referencing the Hanna-Barbera production Wacky Races in 1969. Eleven themed cars raced against each other for the title of "World's Wackiest Racer." Car #5, for instance, was the Compact Pussycat, equipped with beauty supplies and driven by Penelope Pitstop. The Creepy Coupe, #2, driven by the Gruesome Twosome, is similar to the Doom Buggy seen here. The main villain was Dick Dastardly and Mutley, driving the Mean Machine, #00.

    • Shoreleave: You got it, Chew-Brock-A.
      Referencing the giant animal-like alien Wookie from the various Star Wars movies. He hails from the planet Kashyyyk and doesn't speak English, although he can understand it. Chewbecca is an accomplished warrior, pilot, and mechanic, and serves as the first mate on the Millennium Falcon with Han Solo.

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