History YMMV / TheVentureBrothers

20th Jun '17 12:36:40 PM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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** Shore-Leave started out as a shallow [[Music/TheVillagePeople Village People]] joke in a flashback. But across more appearances, his utter [[CampGay camp personality]] combined with his complete {{Badass}}ness morphed him into a quick fan favorite, and SixthRanger.

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** Shore-Leave started out as a shallow [[Music/TheVillagePeople Village People]] joke in a flashback. But across more appearances, his utter [[CampGay camp personality]] combined with his complete {{Badass}}ness badassness morphed him into a quick fan favorite, and SixthRanger.
20th Jun '17 4:47:58 AM TroperBeDoper
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** Shore-Leave started out as a shallow [[Music/TheVillagePeople Village People]] joke in a flashback. But across more appearances, his utter [[CampGay camp personality]] combined with his complete {{Badass}}ness morphed him into a quick fan favorite, and SixthRanger.
** Despite only one appearance, the fanbase ''adores'' Red Death. His happy home life, affable nature and ability to go full on nightmare GameFace endeared him to viewers almost instantly. And of course being voiced by Creator/ClancyBrown helped.



%%** Shore-Leave.
29th Apr '17 4:21:19 PM Scraggle
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* FetishFuel: Dr. Girlfriend/Mrs. The Monarch - inspiring a love for manly voices in many fans.
** Triana's mom and Dr. Orpheus' Ex-Wife, as shown by the Master, is exceedingly hot.
** The {{Fembot}}s in ''Past Tense''.
** Henchman 21/Gary has his fair share of fangirls.
** Note that nearly all of the tropes relating to Molotov Cocktease are Turn On Tropes ({{fanservice}}).
13th Apr '17 7:34:05 AM EraserheadBayB
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** Season 6 is also this for some fans. Not counting the TV movie that aired in Fall of 2015, fans had to wait almost THREE YEARS after Season 5 for a new, reduced season of 8 episodes (apparently the TV movie counted as a few episodes, explaining the reduction). Despite an interesting premise of Rusty inheriting his dead brother's company and now a millionaire super scientist in New York City, the season ultimately floundered around introducing and killing off new, interesting villains and building plot threads like Dr. Mrs. The Monarch taking down Blue Morpho/The Monarch and Rusty running his brother's business into the ground that were left unresolved by the end of the season. It didn't help that characters like Dr. Orpheus or Dermott (who's new found knowledge of Rusty being his father still has yet to be explored) were nowhere to be found. The fact that fans will probably have to wait a few more years for more episodes and any type of resolution raises the question of whether or not the wait is worth it.

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** Season 6 is also this for some fans. Not counting the TV movie that aired in Fall of 2015, fans had to wait almost THREE YEARS after Season 5 for a new, reduced season of 8 episodes (apparently (WordOfGod says the TV movie counted as a few episodes, explaining the reduction). Despite an interesting premise of Rusty inheriting his dead brother's company and now a millionaire super scientist in New York City, the season ultimately floundered around introducing and killing off new, interesting villains and building plot threads like Dr. Mrs. The Monarch taking down Blue Morpho/The Monarch and Rusty running his brother's business into the ground that were left unresolved by the end of the season. It didn't help that characters like Dr. Orpheus or Dermott (who's new found knowledge of Rusty being his father still has yet to be explored) were nowhere to be found. The fact that fans will probably have to wait a few more years for more episodes and any type of resolution raises the question of whether or not the wait is worth it.
7th Apr '17 1:44:24 PM EraserheadBayB
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** Season 6 is also this for some fans. Not counting the TV movie that aired in Fall of 2015, fans had to wait almost THREE YEARS after Season 5 for a new, reduced season of 8 episodes (apparently the TV movie counted as a few episodes, explaining the reduction). Despite an interesting premise of Rusty inheriting his dead brother's company and now a millionaire super scientist in New York City, the season ultimately floundered around introducing and killing off new, interesting villains and building plot threads like Dr. Mrs. The Monarch taking down Blue Morpho/The Monarch and Rusty running his brothers business into the ground that were left unresolved by the end of the season. It didn't help that characters like Dr. Orpheus or Dermott (who's new found knowledge of Rusty being his father still has yet to be explored) were nowhere to be found. The fact that fans will probably have to wait a few more years for more episodes and any type of resolution raises the question of whether or not the wait is worth it.

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** Season 6 is also this for some fans. Not counting the TV movie that aired in Fall of 2015, fans had to wait almost THREE YEARS after Season 5 for a new, reduced season of 8 episodes (apparently the TV movie counted as a few episodes, explaining the reduction). Despite an interesting premise of Rusty inheriting his dead brother's company and now a millionaire super scientist in New York City, the season ultimately floundered around introducing and killing off new, interesting villains and building plot threads like Dr. Mrs. The Monarch taking down Blue Morpho/The Monarch and Rusty running his brothers brother's business into the ground that were left unresolved by the end of the season. It didn't help that characters like Dr. Orpheus or Dermott (who's new found knowledge of Rusty being his father still has yet to be explored) were nowhere to be found. The fact that fans will probably have to wait a few more years for more episodes and any type of resolution raises the question of whether or not the wait is worth it.
7th Apr '17 1:11:01 PM EraserheadBayB
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** Season 6 is also this for some fans. Not counting the TV movie that aired in Fall of 2015, fans had to wait almost THREE YEARS after Season 5 for a new, reduced season of 8 episodes (apparently the TV movie counted as a few episodes, explaining the reduction). Despite an interesting premise of Rusty inheriting his dead brother's company and now a millionaire super scientist in New York City, the season ultimately floundered around introducing and killing off new, interesting villains and building plot threads like Dr. Mrs. The Monarch taking down Blue Morpho/The Monarch and Rusty running his brothers business into the ground that were left unresolved by the end of the season. It didn't help that characters like Dr. Orpheus or Dermott (who's new found knowledge of Rusty being his father still has yet to be explored) were nowhere to be found. The fact that fans will probably have to wait a few more years for more episodes and any type of resolution raises the question of whether or not the wait is worth it.
27th Mar '17 5:15:56 AM DoktorvonEurotrash
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** In one episode, Brock interrogates one of Baron Underbheit's henchmen [[ColdBloodedTorture by squeezing]] [[GroinAttack his testicles]], then stops when he notices that the henchman has testicular cancer.


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** The Hand of Osiris and the Eye of Osiris have shown up as mystical artifacts and {{MacGuffin}}s. This may be a reference to how in EgyptianMythology, Osiris was cut into pieces which were scattered across the land.
8th Jan '17 11:47:19 AM SeptimusHeap
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* FreudWasRight
-->'''Dr. Henry Killinger''' ''(in the form of Dr. Venture's father's penis)'': This is the moment your feelings of inadequacy first manifested themselves! When your father turned from role model to tormentor/rival! WHAT ARE YOU GOING TO DO ABOUT IT?!
** There's also Jonas, Jr.'s "late 60's Ultra Death Ray." It's shaped like a penis and every man in the room wants to have a go with it.
--->If that thing were a woman, I'd marry it.\\
"And I'd jeopardize our friendship by nailing your hot wife."
** Jonas Sr.'s drill tank from "What Goes Down Must Come Up" merits a number of penis jokes as it's clearly built for penetration.
** Brock and Lieutenant Baldavitch turn the docking procedure of a spacecraft into one long act of foreplay. Dr. Venture is unamused.
** The entirety of "Assisted Suicide": [[spoiler:Pete-Thanatos and Billy-Eros, various versions of Rusty as Id, Ego and Superego, the "invisible harem" helping fix Rusty's "little boy", (not to mention Rusty's Id apparently shipping Billy/Pete)]] Brock and Hatred fighting over how to handle Dean's "problem", [[spoiler:with one father figure humiliatingly spraying his naked ass with a hose but at least taking the initiative, while the other thinks it's too harsh, but doesn't come up with any other solution, standing there uselessly, until the actual father finally arrives and sorts things out]]...there are too many in this episode to list.
--> "Well put, Count Freud."
18th Dec '16 9:25:52 PM Aquillion
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** 21/Gary, who witnessed [[spoiler: his best friend die in an explosion, left the Monarch to work for SPHINX, only for them to leave him the following episode, and spent the next few episodes after SPHINX was blown up just prowling around the Venture Compound before finally crawling back to his old boss]].

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** 21/Gary, who witnessed [[spoiler: was kidnapped as a child and inducted into supervillainy, witnessed his best friend die in an explosion, left the Monarch to work for SPHINX, only for them to leave him the following episode, and spent the next few episodes after SPHINX was blown up just prowling around the Venture Compound before finally crawling back to his old boss]].
10th Dec '16 11:13:02 PM jboone93
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** General Timothy Treister manages to manipulate [[spoiler:SPHINX, the OSI and the Guild while pretending to be crazy from Hulkism.]] His claim that he "invented the secret agent business" isn't that outlandish.

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** General Timothy Treister manages to manipulate [[spoiler:SPHINX, SPHINX, the OSI and the Guild while pretending to be crazy from Hulkism.]] Hulkism. His claim that he "invented the secret agent business" isn't that outlandish.
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