The Venture Brothers

Season 3 Episode 12

The Family That Slays Together, Stays Together (1)

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Aired Sunday 11:30 PM Aug 17, 2008 on Cartoon Network
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The Family That Slays Together, Stays Together (1)
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The OSI has put a termination contract on Brock's head, and three top assassins plan to collect. Meanwhile, the Monarch and Sgt. Hatred battle to see who will be Dr. Venture's arch.

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    Doc Hammer

    Doc Hammer

    Dr. Mrs. The Monarch

    James Urbaniak

    James Urbaniak

    Dr. Thaddius S. "Rusty" Venture

    Christopher McCulloch

    Christopher McCulloch

    Hank Venture/The Monarch

    Patrick Warburton

    Patrick Warburton

    Brock Samson

    Michael Sinterniklaas

    Michael Sinterniklaas

    Dean Venture

    Soul Bot

    Soul Bot

    H.E.L.P.eR.

    Doc Hammer

    Doc Hammer

    Kevin Moppet/Shore Leave/Holy Diver/Go-Fish

    Guest Star

    Christopher McCulloch

    Christopher McCulloch

    Tim-Tom Moppet/Sgt. Hatred/Hunter Gathers/Herr Trigger/Le Tueur/Mile High/Sky Pilot

    Guest Star

    Mia Barron

    Mia Barron

    Molotov Cocktease

    Guest Star

    Doc Hammer

    Doc Hammer

    Henchman 21

    Recurring Role

    Christopher McCulloch

    Christopher McCulloch

    Henchman 24

    Recurring Role

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    Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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    • TRIVIA (2)

      • Trivia: The couple driving the station wagon that Brock opens fire on are the parents of the boy Doc had to clone at his Day Camp in "The Buddy System."

      • Trivia: When Hank talks about imagining jumping off the roof in a Batman costume, he's recalling one of the obscure deaths (#7) that his previous clone suffered from, as noted in "Powerless in the Face of Death."

    • QUOTES (8)

      • Kevin Moppet: One more word from you and I pull your tongue through your neck.
        Hank: Columbian necktie.
        Tim-Tom Moppet: That's two. Time to operate.

      • Monarch: Sampson! Put my wife's little freaks down and fight me!

      • Henchman 21: I found him trying to escape through the ventilation shaft.
        Dr. Venture: I was fixing the heating. Aren't you guys cold, it's freezing in here.

      • Dr. Venture: Why are you suddenly so paranoid? People have been trying to kill me since I could pee standing up.

      • Monarch: That's just what Venture expects us to do. But he won't expect this. You and your two best men, me and my… men. Keep it slim. Elite forces.
        Dr. Mrs. the Girlfriend: Great. One of your "elite forces" is playing Tetris on his cellphone, and the other is peeing into a grande chai lotte.
        Henchman 21: My God, I wish. It's like there's a vise on my wingding.

      • Customs Official: Business or pleasure, Mister… Trigger?
        Herr Trigger: Ecstasy.

      • (after Hank has snuck away)
        Brock: Look around the cockpit, Doc? You forget something?
        Dr. Venture: Uh, Travel Bingo…?

      • (finding Dean's toy giraffe)
        Tim-Tom Moppet: What would a teenager be doing with a stuffed animal?
        KevinMoppet: I know what I did with them.
        Tim-Tom Moppet: Me too. Ewww! I can't believe I touched it.

    • NOTES (1)

      • Approximately two minutes of opening footage were omitted from the aired episode but available at adultswim.com and on the DVD release.

    • ALLUSIONS (4)

      • Brock: Put your seatbelt on. You want to end up like Gary Busey?
        Referencing the famous incident on December 4, 1988, where Busey was injured in a motorcycle accident where he wasn't wearing a helmet. He supposedly suffered brain damage from a skull fracture and has displayed erratic behavior since.

      • Henchman 21: We could have died. Like in Westworld.
        Referencing the 1973 s.f. movie written and directed by author Michael Crichton. it features a futuristic amusement park where androids serve as playthings for the rich visitors' sexual and aggressive tendencies, until the system malfunctions and the androids strike back.

      • Hank: Seriously, Brock, the Lassie trick? Was I born yesterday?
        Referencing the famous collie of books, radio shows, movies, and TV shows, created by Eric Knight in 1938. Hank's line refers to the fact that Lassie's owner would often try to get the dog to leave its owner by saying they no longer needed the collie.

      • Brock: Call and tell him we have a Damien Hirst in Room 202.
        Referencing the British artist who specialized in works featuring death. His most famous work is The Physical Impossibility of Death in the Mind of Someone Living, featuring a shark's corpse immersed in a tank of formaldehyde.

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