How the boys died the last 14 times: 1) Sucked into a jet exhaust; 2) crushed by a giant spider; 3) blew up the hangar trying to smoke; 4) shooting apples off of each others' heads; 5) decapitated riding their motorbikes; 6) ripped apart by a were-Thaddius; 7) trying to fly off a roof (Hank only); 8) crushed by a robot; 9) running with scissors (Dean only); 10) satellite falling on them (Hank only); 11) gas leak; 12) falling into a spiked pit; 13) Dr. Venture setting their room on fire.
in the scene when Hank and Dean are running away, Hank's helmet is black, but when you can clearly see him riding his hover bike with Dean, it's an American flag helmet.
Trivia: At the zoom out of the prison the lights spell out the word Monday, a calling card of yet-to-be revealed villain Mr. Monday.
When Dr. Orpheus orders, he waves with his left hand but the book-style menu stays partially open and in place.
Trivia: Brock only received his special Army training because his scholarship got cut off (after he killed his own team's quarterback in training).
Trivia: Dr. Venture went to college with Baron Underbheit and Mr. White. Also Brock was his roommate in college
Trivia: Baron Underbheit's first name is Verner.
Trivia: Young Dr. Venture also mentions that the Monarch was in his creative writing class. Although he doesn't mention him by his real name, he describes him as having eyebrows that "stick out to here" and writes very detailed poems about monarch butterflies.
Trivia: Dr. Venture lost his virginity when he was 24. It was most likely how Hank and Dean were conceived.
Near the end of the episode, when White and the Baron are still chained to the wall and the Venture crew are leaving, the Baron mysteriously gets his jaw back.
In this episode, Dean denies ever seeing Brock kill someone, but in "Eeny, Meeny, Miney... Magic!", he was bragging to Triana about seeing Brock kill someone with a bag of party snaps.
When the Monarch takes Dr. Girlfriend in his arms as he prepares to make his great escape, Dr. Girlfriend's left hand is missing, yet the outline of where it was supposed to be is still there, allowing one to see through the Monarch's body to the background of the wall behind them.
The Monarch puts his wrist shooter in one agent's pocket and takes it out of a different agent's later.
Although The Monarch hides a wrist band from his right arm in an agent's pocket, his left one is missing for several scenes, but returns when Brock bumps into him and knocks him down.
Dr. Venture is seen wearing black socks at the beginning of the episode, but while talking to Billy Boy Genius and Mr. White about the shrink ray gun, they are missing in one of the shots. It can be seen when Dr. Venture says, "Now do you want it or are you just gonna skip on over to The Shrink Ray Hut and pick up a cheaper one? In the last shot of this scene, Dr. Venture is shown with socks on again.
When the Monarch sights on Baron Underbheit's head, we see that Girly Mag Scientist is on the Baron's left, while the guy with the plug and outlet on his suit is on the Baron's right. When the Baron kicks Girly Mag to the left, he somehow knocks him into the plug guy, who should still be on the Baron's right.
At the end of this episode there's a cart full of dead Monarch henchmen, but the Monarch only brought two henchmen.
Trivia: Hank and Dean never met their mother. Sad.
Trivia: While hearing about Dean's condition, Dr. Venture says "I should have fixed this in the prototype phase." This could possibly be a future reference to Season 2's premiere "Powerless in The Face of Death."
Dr. Venture doesn't seem to recognize Doctor Girlfriend. Given their deep romantic relationship in "Midlife Chrysalis," shouldn't one of them say something? Alternately, if this episode was produced before "Midlife Chrysalis," shouldn't Dr. Venture recognize her in "Midlife" from this episode?
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