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* Fanservice: This episode is uncensored on the dvd. Everything pixelated is shown.

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* Fanservice: This episode is uncensored on the dvd. Everything pixelated is shown. Though not in Australia, at least.

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* Fanservice: This episode is uncensored on the dvd. Everything pixelated is shown.

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* HeistEpisode: The main plot is about The Monarch (and eventually 21) getting entangled with Copycat's heist on VenTech tower.

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* NoHonorAmongThieves: While it at first seems that Copycat's carefully-picked Villain team-up might work, it is eventually revealed that Copycat (who’s powers essentially make him a one-man LegionOfDoom) set all of his teammates up to take the fall while he gets away with the stolen tech, leaving the others to either get arrested by OSI or death by Samson.

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* TheWorldIsNotReady: This is Hunter's rationale for destroying the teleporters. Noting it would put everything from the automotive and airline industry, to package delivery services instantly out of business. And send the world economy into utter chaos.

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* IAteWhat: Rusty has no qualms about using an orphan's soul but refuses to eat one.


* {{Teleportation}}: Doc, Billy, and Pete successfully invent this, which consists of two circular portals that send anything that comes in contact with one of them to the other. Both Copycat and his gang and the OSI want to confiscate this from Venture--the former to use it for nefarious purposes, and the latter to destroy it to keep it from falling into the wrong hands and/or collapsing global economy. In the end, the teleporters end up falling into the hands of the Monarch and 21.
* YankTheDogsChain: Doc ''finally'' invents something worthwhile, that's not PoweredByAForsakenChild or defective. His reward is to be threatened by the OSI, and having it stolen by villains.

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* {{Teleportation}}: Doc, Billy, and Pete successfully invent this, which consists of two circular portals that send anything that comes in contact with one of them to the other. Both Copycat and his gang and the OSI want to confiscate this from Venture--the former to use it for nefarious purposes, and the latter to destroy it to keep it from falling into the wrong hands and/or collapsing the global economy. In the end, the teleporters end up falling into the hands of the Monarch and 21.
* YankTheDogsChain: Doc ''finally'' invents something worthwhile, that's not PoweredByAForsakenChild or defective. His reward is to be threatened by the OSI, and having it stolen by villains.the Monarch and 21.


* KickTheDog: Doc ''finally'' invents something worthwhile, that's not PoweredByAForsakenChild or defective. His reward is to be threatened by the OSI, and having it stolen by villains.



* {{Teleportation}}: Doc, Billy, and Pete successfully invent this, which consists of two circular portals that send anything that comes in contact with one of them to the other. Both Copycat and his gang and the OSI want to confiscate this from Venture--the former to use it for nefarious purposes, and the latter to destroy it to keep it from falling into the wrong hands and/or collapsing global economy. In the end, the teleporters end up falling into the hands of the Monarch and 21.

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* {{Teleportation}}: Doc, Billy, and Pete successfully invent this, which consists of two circular portals that send anything that comes in contact with one of them to the other. Both Copycat and his gang and the OSI want to confiscate this from Venture--the former to use it for nefarious purposes, and the latter to destroy it to keep it from falling into the wrong hands and/or collapsing global economy. In the end, the teleporters end up falling into the hands of the Monarch and 21.21.
* YankTheDogsChain: Doc ''finally'' invents something worthwhile, that's not PoweredByAForsakenChild or defective. His reward is to be threatened by the OSI, and having it stolen by villains.


* TheCameo: Creator/MarkHamill uses his ComicBook/TheJoker voice for Presto Change-O, a VoluntaryShapeshifter with a clown theme, and one of the members of the Illuminati.

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Creator/MarkHamill uses his ComicBook/TheJoker voice for Presto Change-O, a VoluntaryShapeshifter with a clown theme, and one of the members of the Illuminati.Illuminati.
** One of the simulated Illuminati members is clearly [[Recap/TheVentureBrosS1E4TheIncredibleMrBrisby Roy Brisby]] wearing a bee-themed mask.

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* TheIlluminati: Invoked, with a side order of zigzaggy subversion. General Hunter Gathers of OSI warns Doc that his invention of teleportation is a SpannerInTheWorks for the secret masters of the world. He is later brought to an Film/EyesWideShut-esque orgy and offered a choice: give up teleportation and join them or a grizzly end at the hands of a supervillain - "fuck or be fucked". Doc ultimately chooses the former - and then is revealed to be in an OSI simulator.


* TheCameo: Creator/MarkHamill uses his ComicBook/TheJoker voice for Presto Change-O, a VoluntaryShapeshifter with a clown theme.

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* TheCameo: Creator/MarkHamill uses his ComicBook/TheJoker voice for Presto Change-O, a VoluntaryShapeshifter with a clown theme.theme, and one of the members of the Illuminati.

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* KickTheDog: Doc ''finally'' invents something worthwhile, that's not PoweredByAForsakenChild or defective. His reward is to be threatened by the OSI, and having it stolen by villains.


* {{Foreshadowing}}: The Monarch proposes a bold attack for heisting [=VenTec=] Tower, but Copycat rejects it and tells him to stick to their original plan. It turns out everything the Monarch pitches is a part of Copycat's real plan.
* KarmaHoudiniWarranty: After getting away scot-free in "Faking Miracles" and ''almost'' tricking the Monarch in becoming his decoy, Copy-Cat's heist ends up in smoke while the Monarch and 21 end up with the teleporters through nothing but luck.

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* {{Foreshadowing}}: The Monarch proposes a bold attack for heisting [=VenTec=] [=VenTech=] Tower, but Copycat rejects it and tells him to stick to their original plan. It turns out everything the Monarch pitches is a part of Copycat's real plan.
* KarmaHoudiniWarranty: After getting away scot-free in "Faking Miracles" and ''almost'' tricking the Monarch in becoming his decoy, Copy-Cat's Copycat's heist ends up in smoke and his likely death while the Monarch and 21 end up with the teleporters through nothing but luck.



* SpannerInTheWorks: The Monarch and 21 to Copy-Cat.
* {{Teleportation}}: Doc, Billy, and Pete successfully invent this, which consists of two circular portals that send anything that comes in contact with one of them to the other. Both Copycat and his gang and the OSI want to confiscate this from Venture--the former to use it for nefarious purposes, and the latter to destroy it to keep it from falling into the wrong hands and/or collapsing global economy. In the end, the teleporters end up falling into the hands of The Monarch and 21.

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* SpannerInTheWorks: The Monarch and 21 to Copy-Cat.
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* {{Teleportation}}: Doc, Billy, and Pete successfully invent this, which consists of two circular portals that send anything that comes in contact with one of them to the other. Both Copycat and his gang and the OSI want to confiscate this from Venture--the former to use it for nefarious purposes, and the latter to destroy it to keep it from falling into the wrong hands and/or collapsing global economy. In the end, the teleporters end up falling into the hands of The the Monarch and 21.

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* SpannerInTheWorks: The Monarch and 21 to Copy-Cat.

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* DwindlingParty: Copycat's heist team. Justified though, as Copycat was using them as decoy behind their backs and intentionally leading them to their deaths.

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