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the venture bros season three

Shadowman 9: In the Cradle of Destiny

Written by Jackson Publick & Doc Hammer
Original Airdate: June 1, 2008

When Dr. Girlfriend tells The Monarch her secret, they are then taken hostage by The Guild Tribunal, where we learn the past of the two villains.

The Doctor is Sin

Written by Jackson Publick
Original Airdate: June 8, 2008

When a deal with General Manhowers falls through, despite an elaborate production to impress him, Dr. Venture faces the possibility of having to sell the Venture Compound. Fortunately, Dr. Henry Killinger shows up to turn the company into an efficient super-science machine.

The Invisible Hand of Fate

Written by Jackson Publick
Original Airdate: June 15, 2008

While reaching for more toilet paper, Billy falls and remembers his past. His journey to see Dr. Venture with game show host Pete White, how he loses his eye and hand and what truly was his relationship with Phantom Limb.

Home Is Where the Hate Is

Written by Jackson Publick & Doc Hammer
Original Airdate: June 22, 2008

After a long period of boredom since the Monarch stopped arching the Venture family, a new villain has been assigned by the Guild to be their archnemesis: Sgt. Hatred.

The Buddy System

Written by Doc Hammer
Original Airdate: June 29, 2008

Dr. Venture sets up a day camp for his childhood ‘fanbase’ and the Monarch uses the murderous moppets to monitor Venture’s activities. Hank makes a new friend, much to Dean’s chagrin.

Dr. Quymn, Medicine Women

Written by Jackson Publick
Original Airdate: July 6, 2008

While adventuring in the jungle, Dr. Venture is reunited with childhood friend Dr. Quymn. Dean attempts to solve a monster mystery and Hank falls in love with Quymn’s twin daughters.

What Goes Down, Must Come Up

Written by Jackson Publick
Original Airdate: July 13, 2008

An accident involving a giant drill sends Dr. Venture and Brock into the basement of the Venture Compound, where Jonas Venture Sr.’s secrets have remained for thirty years.

Teas of a Sea Cow

Written by Doc Hammer
Original Airdate: July 20, 2008

The Monarch, having murdered his new arch-enemy, breaks into the Venture Compound while Dr. Venture is away. Dermott and Hank try to start a band, and spot what they think to be a UFO over the Compound.
Chronology: This episode takes place between “Now Museum, Now You Don’t” and “The Lepidopterists”.

Now Museum-Now You Don’t

Written by Doc Hammer
Original Airdate: July 27, 2008

Jonas Jr. turns the former archvillain headquarters, Spider Skull Island, into a museum devoted to his late father. Many villains and friends of the Ventures arrive, but things begin to go wrong after tensions between several of them arise, as well as when J.J. attempts to take the glory away from Rusty Venture.
Chronology: This episode takes place prior to the previous episode, “Tears of a Sea Cow”.


Written by Doc Hammer
Original Airdate: August 10, 2008

With the help of Billy Quizboy, Pete White, Doctor Orpheus, the Alchemist, and his sons, Dr. Venture goes on an old-fashioned adventure to find an object of unspeakable power. When Brock attempts to stop him, he learns the truth about the late Jonas Venture, the Guild of Calamitous Intent, and his nineteen-year old mission.

The Family That Slays Together, Stays Together (Part 1)

Written by Jackson Publick & Doc Hammer
Original Airdate: August 17, 2008

Brock Samson is a marked man. Terminated from the O.S.I., stripped of his license to kill, and hunted by three of the world’s deadliest assassins, Brock only has one thing left: The Venture family. And he wants them as far away from him as they can get but not even Molotov Cocktease, Hunter Gathers and a pair of ex-O.S.I. comrades can sever the ties that bind. And The Monarch and Sgt. Hatred aren’t helping.
Chronology: This episode takes place immediately after the post-credits scene of “ORB”.

The Family That Slays Together, Stays Together (Part 2)

Written by Jackson Publick & Doc Hammer
Original Airdate: August 24, 2008

After being captured by police to be interrogated on the murder of Le Tueur, Brock and Dr. Venture are saved and escape with The Cleaner. Just as The Cleaner is about to drop off the Venture team to safety, Brock notices that even though he asked Hank to call the Cleaner to help, he never actually did. Just then, Molotov shows up saying she was the one that called him to help Brock out. Just then, the Monarch shows up after finding their location from H.E.L.P.eR. and General Treister contacts Brock on his wrist watch as well. Brock schedules for them all to meet at the Venture compound at dawn. Once there, Brock uses Treister and Monarch’s unawareness of each other to pit them against each other at the compound which results in huge battle between the two factions outside. Meanwhile Sgt. Hatred, who spent the past couple days at the Venture compound trying to kill himself after his wife left him, leads a group of Hank and Dean’s clones out to the battle after Hank suggests it. After seeing Sgt. Hatred, Brock rushes out to turn himself in to the OSI, but Treister says that he didn’t plan on arresting him, and that the OSI never sent the three assassins after him and the Ventures. After the messy ordeal, Brock decides he is quitting the OSI and resigning his role as bodyguard of the Venture family. As he plans to leave in the Monarchmobile which H.E.L.P.eR. drove onto the field, the explosives on H.E.L.P.eR.’s back planted by the Monarch explode, killing henchman No. 24. It is revealed that Molotov set up the entire situation, making Brock believe the three assassins were sent in by the OSI while they were actually sent by her; she was using Brock to eliminate her top competition. Molotov’s group of female assassins, The Blackhearts, is now the top assassin organization in the world. One of them, Col. Hunter Gathers, toasts Brock.

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