Dean also learns that his college roommate is Jared, the Brown Widow, which acts as a nice way to bring back this unusual character. Still, there are nuggets of foreshadowing to be had among the simpler joys. He quietly talks his frustrations particularly how he feels he favors Dean more to his father, and is bewildered to hear someone singing in their room. On the road, the Monarch has to use gel for his eyebrows, much to his disdain. When he appears to give up, his wife immediately halts him. Venture's favorite, but wishes Rusty weren't so obvious about it.
Hank is also hurting for money. From starting up the band, Shallow Gravy, to inventing the Hank Co. The Professor thanks Dean for teaching him something, but the Monarch interupts his speech, getting annoyed by the moment. Does that mean that the hero knows his coworker is a super-villain, or is he just making the call for a work-friend? Hank notes that he knows Dean is Dr. Venture in the hospital, we find that his roommate is one Think Tank Jeffrey Wright , still recovering from his run-in with The Blue Morpho or rather, The Monarch dressed as such , and his notable visitor is Prof. . I wonder if the rest of the season will keep things quiet and grounded or dig into the mythology again.
Venture is dressed like , founder of. To which a bewildered Monarch agrees. Thus he and 21 embark on the hunt to arch Prof. Tosh Tompkins, better known as the hero, Stars and Garters Mark Gagliardi. When are those two going to break down and cry and admit they love each other and have a pizza party and make friendship bracelets? While waiting the two bond over how their fathers want them to follow the science careers they pursued. Its cargo is not bombs, nor the Ven-Tech watches they appear to hide in, but the gel our villain needs to keep his brows and beard so elegantly shaped! The Monarch, at least, starts to pull himself out of his depression, however, as Dr.
Finally, everything seems to come back to Sirena. Afterwards, he bribes the Monarch with 1 million dollars to leave. She thanks Dean though for standing up for her and pecks his cheek. Meanwhile, Rusty ran into some problems of his own, literally. A typical commedia plot revolved around the young lovers being in love and wishing to get married but facing opposition from their elders. The Monarch demands something, though not sure what to take since Von Helping doesn't seem aware of the arching system and simply thinks its a prank. This is a reference to the battle that took place between the and Phantom Limb's in , in which Phantom Limb actually was soundly defeated.
Is she playing some devious game with the Venture boys, or will this simply be played out as a way to pit Dean and Hank against each other? Both Sirena and Von Helping were impressed, although Dean was alarmed by his physical reaction when Sirena kissed him. Back over on the Venture-side of affairs, the Venture boys are sliding into their new living arrangements. When he opens he finds a note from Dr. This reveals his metallic form and he begins to rage, proclaiming himself by his birth name; Victor Von Hellfire. However, because this is The Venture Bros. Even in the high-paced worlds of arch-villainy and superheroics, when it rains, it pours.
Now that the series has gotten these lofty plot machinations out of its system, The Venture Bros. Monarch has turned the Blue Morpho cave into a lair for the Monarch, and enlisted a small number of new minions, although they are clearly wearing ruined ill-fitting uniforms and appear to be the immigrant men who until recently were remodeling The Monarch's house. His wife declares how proud of him she is, stating that even Dr. He's lost all his inheritance, he's lost his arching rights, and he feels like he has nothing. And the Monarch is hurting for money. Realizing he's had a bad day in regards to villainy, she goes to the study to find him moping.
Dean on the other hand is utterly dismayed. How many of these can they come up with before the show is over? There were some funny moments. As well as a chuck load of references. Later, the Monarch nearly receives a lethal one from Victor von Helping after threatening Sirena if not for Deans intervention. Later, Dean and Sirena were the only students present when the Monarch and Gary attacked Von Helping. Who would have thought that, back in season 1, Dean would grow up to be the Venture most desperate to escape the family business? He goes to tell Dean, he wouldn't understand since he's money and doesn't have to work.
She informs him he's got a better arch this time. The cycle always restarts eventually. He first protects the Monarch to prevent his professor from falling to his level. Before he can harm the Monarch, tries to calm down the situation and his professor. He and 21 look up who they've been assigned to arch.
He makes a deal with a surprised Dean to take one of his classes to see if he like it. Being roommates with Seth Brundle would be less weird… is a published writer, comedian, and critic whose work can be read on Den of Geek, Vulture, Bloody Disgusting, and ScreenRant. Now that much of that has been put to bed, the series is able to have some fun and get back to the basics in a lot of ways, too. Von Helping also revealed that he is the son of a supervillain called Von Hellfire. He found some solace in science that helped people and being a teacher. Dean Venture voice as Mike Sinterniklaas. Hatred assumed they were intruders.