We never actually see Dr. Girlfriend get injured during the fight at the wedding. We see her cowering with the Monarch, and then a minute later, she's on the ground and unconscious for no reason.
When Dean starts to "freak out" and enters his fantasy world, he is still wearing one of the Monarch's Henchmen uniforms. But when he is found by Orpheus and crew, Dean is in his normal clothes somehow.
Trivia: Hank's full name is Henry Allen Venture.
Trivia: Dr Girlfriend's first name is Sheila.
Trivia: Phantom Limb's real name turns out to be Hamilton G. Fantamos.
Trivia: If you look closely, Dr. Killinger has the Venture Brothers skull symbol on his chest.
Trivia: Sgt. Hatred tells his wife that he thinks some of the equipment in the Monarch's Cocoon was stolen from his base. This is true, as in the episode "Hate Floats" the Monarch's temporary street thug henchmen stole equipment from Sgt. Hatred's Hover Tank to fix the Cocoon.
Trivia: The "old" butterfly suit #21 lets Hank wear is one of the "fuzzy" suits worn by the Monarch's henchmen in the pilot episode. The creators redesigned the suits because the fuzz was too much work to animate on so many henchmen.
Trivia: This is Sgt. Hatred's first appearance, although he has been mentioned in several other episodes.
Trivia: The "Hector Molina" whose mail Dr. Orpheus keeps getting is probably Hector, Dr. Venture's former childhood sidekick, who was still living at the compound until recently.
Trivia: Dr. Venture's To Do list reads:
- Beat God At His Own Game
- Get Money
- Increase My Word Power
- Make Everything [go my] Way
When #21 is being lead away by the Black Guard, he is still wearing his Web-Shooters. After he realizes that the guard is really #24, his web-shooters vanish for the rest of the scene.
At the dinner Bud's mom gets some wine poured into her glass but none comes out even though you hear it.
Trivia: Apparently, the identity of Lady Au Pair is not a new one for Dr. Girlfriend, as she made an off-hand comment in the episode "The Trial of the Monarch" that it was her code-name when she worked as a solo super villian, changing it to Queen Etheria when she went to work for Phantom Limb, and then finally to Dr. Girlfriend for the Monarch. It's unclear whether or not these are the same Murderous Moppets, however.
In the kitchen near the end, as Dr. Venture says, "They know a real arch-rival when they see one," the inside of his left ear briefly disappears then reappears.
When Manic 8-Ball responds to the Baron's question of "What do you think", his answer is misspelled and reads "BETER NOT TELL YOU NOW".
Trivia: We find out Hank's full name: Henry Allen Venture.
Trivia: In the version of Phantom Limb's origin that states his limbs became invisible thanks to an experiment to speed up muscular development, the equipment used looks very similar and has the same function as the device PL used on Brock to heal his arm in Hate Floats.
When Dr. Venture tells Brock he's watching the worst porn ever, his collar changes to the same color as his beard for a few seconds and then changes back.
Trivia: The various origins of the Phantom Limb include: 1) Master Billy Quizboy was PL's roommate and created a machine to accelerate the muscle-building process, accelerating PL's limbs to the speed of light; 2) Master Billy and PL invented a time machine that sent PL's limbs and Billy's hand 40 years into the future; 3) PL was a famous magician performing for the Queen of England and sent his arms and legs to the moon with a bunch of rabbits and doves and playing cards.
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