When Louis C.K. announced that he was taking a year off before starting production on the next season of Louie, people were understandably frustrated with the delay between seasons. But as a member of Team Venture, my response was simply, "Just a year? That's all?"
Fans of the Adult Swim series The Venture Bros.—which is now, at four seasons, almost 10 years old—are used to long delays between seasons. While we're all eagerly awaiting the start of the fifth season next year, last night's Halloween ...Read more
After re-watching the Halloween episode again I started to wonder if Jonas Sr. used cloning in the same manner Doc does. Jonas is every bit as reckless (potential even more so) Rusty. We learned in this season Jonas and his friends left Rusty on a boat alone for days. I can imagine his adventures could have accidentally killed Rusty. The way Jonas friend described how they perfected the cloning technology made it sound like Jonas Sr. used it for the same reason.
What do you guys think? Is there a chance that T.S. Venture is really a clone of the original just like his sons? If he is do you think the writers will address it in a future storyline?
What is everyone's favourite episode of this glorious, ridiculous show? Mine is a tie between season 4 episode "The Better Man" (Go Order of the Triad!) and season 1 episode "Are you there God? It's me, Dean" although it's hard to even pick just two.
Hank and Dean Venture, with their father Doctor Venture and faithful bodyguard Brock Samson, go on wild adventures facing megalomaniacs, zombies, and suspicious ninjas, all for the glory of adventure. Or something like that. Hank and Dean Venture are relatively identical twins, only born four minutes apart, who live for the thrill of adventure. Their dated vocabulary and high-pitched voices are intentionally annoying, especially to their father, Doctor Venture, a boy genius turned mediocre scientist who hates everything about his life. In the midst of this conflict is Brock Samson, a man of swift neck-breaking action. Preferring to resort to his brawn instead of his brain, Brock is simple but effective, and does a better job at taking care of the kids than Doctor Venture, as long as they leave his treasured Dodge Charger alone. The Venture Brothers is a take off of Johnny Quest and the Hardy Boys.moreless