History WesternAnimation / THEVENTUREBROTHERS

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* SupernaturalTeam: The Order of the Triad
14th May '18 11:22:30 AM meatwadf
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* WillTheyOrWontThey: Dean and Triana. [[spoiler: They won't. Probably.]] Brock and Molotov. [[spoiler: Being that Molotov fell off a cliff in a vehicle that exploded, probably won't.]]

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* WillTheyOrWontThey: Dean and Triana. [[spoiler: They won't. Probably.]] Brock and Molotov. [[spoiler: Being that Molotov fell off a cliff in a vehicle that exploded, probably won't.]]
14th May '18 11:22:03 AM meatwadf
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** Dr. Zhi, an extremely AffablyEvil parody of ''WesternAnimation/JonnyQuest'''s Dr. Zin.

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** Dr. Zhi, Z, an extremely AffablyEvil parody of ''WesternAnimation/JonnyQuest'''s Dr. Zin.
14th May '18 9:24:54 AM IAmNewBillTell
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** The penultimate episode of Season One ended with Dr. Girlfriend using hypnotic suggestion to make the Monarch believe that it was the Venture brothers who framed him for murder. While he did order a assassination on them it is quickly shown that he didn't really care about it and when he met Hank and Dean in the same episode he held no animosity towards them. Furthermore, in the Season Two opener the Monarch reveals that he knows that it was Phantom Limb who really framed him.

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** The penultimate episode of Season One ended with Dr. Girlfriend using hypnotic suggestion to make the Monarch believe that it was the Venture brothers who framed him for murder. While he did order a an assassination on them it is quickly shown that he didn't really care about it and when he met Hank and Dean in the same episode he held no animosity towards them. Furthermore, in the Season Two opener the Monarch reveals that he knows that it was Phantom Limb who really framed him.




-->'''Dean''': "I can tell you how many taste buds the average tongue has, but I haven't ever kissed a girl!"

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\n-->'''Dean''': "I I can tell you how many taste buds the average tongue has, but I haven't ever kissed a girl!"
girl!




--->'''Dr. Orpheus''':Well, you see, dear, I was just...Oh this is pointless. SLEEEEEEEEEEEEP! In your sleep everything is forgotten.

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\n--->'''Dr. Orpheus''':Well, Orpheus''': Well, you see, dear, I was just...Oh this is pointless. SLEEEEEEEEEEEEP! In your sleep everything is forgotten.
forgotten.



** Phantom Limb[[spoiler: Not so much since he was imprisoned and stripped of his Guild membership for attempting to usurp control of the Guild from David Bowie.]]

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** Phantom Limb[[spoiler: Not Limb. [[spoiler:Not so much since he was imprisoned and stripped of his Guild membership for attempting to usurp control of the Guild from David Bowie.]]



** The season three finale. [[spoiler:The three assassins who tried to kill Brock turned out to ''not'' have been with the OSI, but they were Molotov's assassin rivals. However, the others don't know yet and Molotov is still likely not an enemy of the Venture family, so they're safe for the time being; it also appears Sergeant Hatred might perform a HeelFaceTurn. However, Brock's experience with the whole situation convinces him to quit the OSI, thus he also quits being the family bodyguard. Finally, the attack on the Venture Compound by the Monarch left the boys' clones destroyed, but Dr. Venture may be likely to protect his boys more often (as he told Hank, "you only live once"). His cloning experiments (which are illegal) have been made public. [[RecurringHenchman 24]] and H.E.L.P.eR are dead; the former now talks with his best friend, Henchman 21, from beyond the grave (he also helped said friend become a badass) and the latter had his head placed on a walking eye Dr. Venture made some time ago.]]

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** The season three finale. [[spoiler:The three assassins who tried to kill Brock turned out to ''not'' have been with the OSI, but they were Molotov's assassin rivals. However, the others don't know yet and Molotov is still likely not an enemy of the Venture family, so they're safe for the time being; it also appears Sergeant Hatred might perform a HeelFaceTurn. However, Brock's experience with the whole situation convinces him to quit the OSI, thus he also quits being the family bodyguard. Finally, the attack on the Venture Compound by the Monarch left the boys' clones destroyed, but Dr. Venture may be likely to protect his boys more often (as he told Hank, "you only live once"). His cloning experiments (which are illegal) have been made public. [[RecurringHenchman 24]] Henchman 24 and H.E.L.P.eR are dead; the former now talks with his best friend, Henchman 21, from beyond the grave (he also helped said friend become a badass) and the latter had his head placed on a walking eye Dr. Venture made some time ago.]]



* ChildByRape: [[spoiler:Dermott.]] is the result of statuatory rape.

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* ChildByRape: [[spoiler:Dermott.]] [[spoiler:Dermott]] is the result of statuatory rape.



-->'''Jollyrancher82:''' I just thought, you know, "The Monarch," I thought you were into cosplay?\\

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-->'''Jollyrancher82:''' -->'''[=Jollyrancher82=]:''' I just thought, you know, "The Monarch," I thought you were into cosplay?\\



** lampshaded by The Order of the Triad, which includes a sorcerer and an alchemist with great magical powers... and Jefferson Twilight, whose power is to track and hunt [[{{Blaxploitation}} Blackulas]] (and [[CripplingOverspecialization only Blackulas]]).
*** [[spoiler:Jefferson gets his own magical power when it's revealed in Season 4 that he exists between worlds, enabling him to save the others after they end up trapped in hell.]]

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** lampshaded by The Order of the Triad, which includes a sorcerer and an alchemist with great magical powers... and Jefferson Twilight, whose power is to track and hunt [[{{Blaxploitation}} Blackulas]] (and [[CripplingOverspecialization only Blackulas]]).
*** [[spoiler:Jefferson
Blackulas]]). [[spoiler:In Season 4, Jefferson gets his own magical power when it's revealed in Season 4 that he exists between worlds, enabling him to save the others after they end up trapped in hell.]]
11th May '18 8:14:03 PM Gregzilla
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** Red Death is a composite of the [[ComicBook/CaptainAmerican TheRedSkull]] and the horseman of war. He's also wearing Dracula armor from ''BramStokersDracula''.

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** Red Death is a composite of the [[ComicBook/CaptainAmerican TheRedSkull]] ComicBook/RedSkull and the horseman of war. He's also wearing Dracula armor from ''BramStokersDracula''.
11th May '18 9:23:36 AM meatwadf
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* Main/{{Reconstruction}}: Much of the second and third seasons were spent lampshading the utter ludicrousness of the Guild of Calamitous Intent and the Office of Strategic Intelligence's secret costumed battle for supremacy, showing them both to be hidebound, ossified and frankly, quite ineffectual. Eventually, certain members of OSI saw through this and decided enough was enough, dug out some old equipment, and thus SPHINX was (re)born, as a more dynamic alternative focused on actually eliminating threats (costumed and otherwise) and not maintaining a BS status quo.

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* Main/{{Reconstruction}}: Much of the second and third seasons were spent lampshading the utter ludicrousness of the Guild of Calamitous Intent and the Office of Strategic Intelligence's secret costumed battle for supremacy, showing them both to be hidebound, ossified and frankly, quite ineffectual. Eventually, certain members of OSI saw through this and decided enough was enough, dug out some old equipment, and thus SPHINX was (re)born, as a more dynamic alternative focused on actually eliminating threats (costumed and otherwise) and not maintaining a BS status quo.
7th May '18 9:23:10 AM meatwadf
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* ChaosArchitecture: Underland is somehow in Eastern Europe and at the same time bordering with Michigan.
4th May '18 12:44:33 PM meatwadf
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** O.S.I.! O.S.I.! O.S.I.!

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** O.YO! S.I.! O.YO! S.I.! O.YO! S.I.!
4th May '18 10:08:26 AM meatwadf
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The Venture family travels the world, getting into all sorts of bizarre adventures and spoofing the everloving hell out of ''WesternAnimation/JonnyQuest'' along the way -- at least at first. The series [[GrowingTheBeard quickly developed]] into something far more interesting than a mean spirited ''Jonny Quest'' parody as the characters gained depth and the show took a dark turn into deconstructing the entire "youth adventure" genre. The focus of the series shifted from the brothers and onto Rusty Venture, and as the theme of "failure" became the central element of the series, the episodes began to show what happens to boy adventurers as they grow up and discover that their [[TheSixties 1960s]] childhood's promises of peace, love, and super science fail to materialise over the course of their own lives.

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The Venture family travels the world, getting into all sorts of bizarre adventures and spoofing the everloving hell out of ''WesternAnimation/JonnyQuest'' along the way -- at least at first. The series [[GrowingTheBeard quickly developed]] into something far more interesting than a mean spirited ''Jonny Quest'' parody as the characters gained depth and the show took a dark turn into deconstructing the entire "youth adventure" genre. The focus of the series shifted from the brothers and onto Rusty Venture, and as the theme of "failure" became the central element of the series, the episodes began to show what happens to boy adventurers as they grow up and discover that their [[TheSixties 1960s]] childhood's promises of peace, love, and super science fail to materialise over the course of their own lives.
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