History Heartwarming / TheVentureBrothers

12th Jul '16 11:56:05 PM trapdisc
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* The several times, especially during moments of stress for the boys, that Dr. Venture calls Hank or Dean "sweetie".
--> ''Dr. Venture:''' You can't wear underpants until we remove the dressing, sweetie.
21st May '16 7:00:35 PM JBC31187
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** The brothers' character growth. Sure, they're still pretty dorky, but can you imagine Season One Hank and Dean planning a date and it not blowing up in their faces?
13th May '16 6:14:56 PM JBC31187
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** The opening, showing Halloweens past and present, and how the brothers keep trying to scare their dad, who takes it all in stride. It's just so... ''nice'' seeing them act like a normal family.
25th Mar '16 8:01:13 PM YourKennection
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* "It Happening One Night" is this between Hank and his date Sirena.

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* "It Happening One Night" is this between Hank and his date Sirena.Sirena.
* A platonic ICantBelieveAGuyLikeYouWouldNoticeMe example in "Red Means Stop" when Red Death tells Monarch he's a big fan and has been following his work for some time. Monarch's honestly flattered that someone of higher standing in the villain community admires the way he arches.
** More FridgeHeartwarming than anything, but the fact that even in a show where failure is an overarching theme, both villains and heroes can have a life after the adventure ends by simply confronting what frustrates them most. Red Death faced his frustrations in offing Dr. Cadmium, and was able to move on to a long, prosperous career in villainy, as well as a beautiful wife and raising a daughter.
8th Mar '16 5:32:01 AM Crazyegg
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* "It Happening One Night" is this between Hank and his date.

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* "It Happening One Night" is this between Hank and his date.date Sirena.
7th Mar '16 7:32:28 AM Crazyegg
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* "Tanks for Nuthin'" has a number of incredibly sweet moments in it, from Dean buying flowers for his "Uncle Hatred" (still in the hospital from the last episode) to Brock starting to build a genuine relationship with Warriana.

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* "Tanks for Nuthin'" has a number of incredibly sweet moments in it, from Dean buying flowers for his "Uncle Hatred" (still in the hospital from the last episode) to Brock starting to build a genuine relationship with Warriana.Warriana.
*"It Happening One Night" is this between Hank and his date.
29th Feb '16 4:26:57 PM SirSapphire
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* Everything about The Monarch and Henchman 21's relationship in Season 6 is this. Without henchmen, a lair, and even an official arch, there's no boss-employee dynamic and the two have become legitimately best friends. In Faking Miracles, When Dr. Mrs. The Monarch is haranguing The Monarch into attending a Guild party, all The Monarch wants to know is if 21 can come along.

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* Everything about The Monarch and Henchman 21's relationship in Season 6 is this. Without henchmen, a lair, and even an official arch, there's no boss-employee dynamic and the two have become legitimately best friends. In Faking Miracles, When Dr. Mrs. The Monarch is haranguing The Monarch into attending a Guild party, all The Monarch wants to know is if 21 can come along.along.
* "Tanks for Nuthin'" has a number of incredibly sweet moments in it, from Dean buying flowers for his "Uncle Hatred" (still in the hospital from the last episode) to Brock starting to build a genuine relationship with Warriana.
22nd Feb '16 10:43:39 AM bajiru
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* A small, subtle one from the 11 minute mark in "The Lepidopterists". When Brock enters after Ned's "introduction", he gives him a smile (to which Ned gleefully replies "friend!") and when the camera goes back to them he's rubbing Ned's head soothingly. With any character this would be already pretty sweet, but considering it's "kill first, ask later" Samson.... it's even more touching.

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* A small, subtle one from the 11 minute mark in "The Lepidopterists". When Brock enters after Ned's "introduction", he gives him a smile (to which Ned gleefully replies "friend!") and when the camera goes back to them he's rubbing Ned's head soothingly. With any character this would be already pretty sweet, but considering it's "kill first, ask later" Samson.... it's even more touching.touching.
* Everything about The Monarch and Henchman 21's relationship in Season 6 is this. Without henchmen, a lair, and even an official arch, there's no boss-employee dynamic and the two have become legitimately best friends. In Faking Miracles, When Dr. Mrs. The Monarch is haranguing The Monarch into attending a Guild party, all The Monarch wants to know is if 21 can come along.
19th Feb '16 3:50:13 AM Eshbaalauthr
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** Not necessarily. He PROFUSELY apologizes to Hank when he [[spoiler:accidentally realizes Dermott is his half-brother and that he had sex with his mom.]] Al clearly cares at least a bit.
10th Feb '16 12:20:21 PM Lalavava
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** The scene where Rusty goes to tell JJ off for putting him in a crappy room winds up becoming one of the only moments where Rusty and JJ truly bond. JJ starts by jumping into Rusty's arms (and Rusty, despite looking kind of weirded out, catches him) and saying that being in Rusty's arms feels like home. Rusty is kind of holding JJ at arm's length until JJ [[spoiler: tearfully states that he is dying]]. Rusty's lip quivers for a moment and then he hugs his brother tightly to his chest. The scene is especially heartwarming because it's allowed to remain heartwarming, no jokes or gags come to ruin the touching moment. It's just a scene of genuine brotherly love between two brothers who haven't ever really been shown to get along previously.
*** Further exacerbated by the fact that JJ says that the reason he's [[spoiler: dying]] is because he's found out that [[spoiler: his organs aren't strong enough for him to exist outside of Rusty's body, and every last one of his organs is failing]]. It's not hard to believe that Rusty is so moved and upset by this because, in a way, Rusty believes that it's his fault somehow.
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