Venture Brothers - Season 7 - August 5, 2018

Ballbuster1

In The Danger Zone...
Wackbag Staff
#2
I need something to watch. I should get back into the series.
 
#3
Its hard getting back into a show when it takes so long between each season that you nearly forget it was even a show.
 

LiddyRules

I'm Gonna Be The Bestest Pilot in the Galaxy
#4
Its hard getting back into a show when it takes so long between each season that you nearly forget it was even a show.
I wish it was streaming because I'd like to catch up. If on the last season at least.
 

Ballbuster1

In The Danger Zone...
Wackbag Staff
#8
Kindle Firestick, Kodi, and Neptune Rising program. I used it to catch up on Season 1-2 of Rick and Morty.
I got all 6 seasons off the pirate bay. Figured Id start over and give it a better look this time.
 

Discoman

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#10
I'm guessing the Venture family is back to square one after that episode.
 

Falldog

Wackbag's Best Conservative
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#11
Is it me, or is the audio when watching it on TV all fucked up?
 

mikeybot

SPANAKOPITA!!!
#15
Right? This was a pretty plot driven ep, damn well done. Gotta admit, they make us wait years between seasons, but they give you your money's worth when they finally drop!
Seriously,

I never expected them to explain how Jonas died, let alone having that many things come together in the first two episodes of the season to be tied up in the 3rd episode.
 

LiddyRules

I'm Gonna Be The Bestest Pilot in the Galaxy
#16
One thing I respect about this show is that it can be off the air for two years and the first episode back feels like it aired the week after the last episode. No big fanfare. Not much/any catch up (which is remarkable considering how deep the mythology goes). They jump right into it.
 

Discoman

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#17
I like how they used all Jaws references for their Wide Whale origin story episode.
 

mikeybot

SPANAKOPITA!!!
#18
Maybe with all the Jaws references they'll explain why Col. Gentleman was building a model of the sinking USS Indianapolis on the back of Misha (skip to 1:22)
 

Stig

Living In Your Heads, Rent-Free.
#21
Right? This was a pretty plot driven ep, damn well done. Gotta admit, they make us wait years between seasons, but they give you your money's worth when they finally drop!
Oh yeah. I really wish those guys worked faster, because the show has always been so goddamned brilliant.
 

Discoman

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#22
Oh yeah. I really wish those guys worked faster, because the show has always been so goddamned brilliant.
I can't complain as long as the quality doesn't slip. Though with how long this show has been on I wonder if they have an ending in mind.
 

JoeyDVDZ

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#23
I can't complain as long as the quality doesn't slip. Though with how long this show has been on I wonder if they have an ending in mind.
You watch last night's ep yet? Quality isn't going anywhere. Still on top of their game, and I think they have plenty of mileage in this story yet, based on all the shit they dragged up in the first three eps of this season alone.
 

Stig

Living In Your Heads, Rent-Free.
#24
I can't complain as long as the quality doesn't slip. Though with how long this show has been on I wonder if they have an ending in mind.
Probably in about two more seasons. So in about 2028 or so.
 

Discoman

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#25
Well with that season finale, along with another revelation earlier in the season I think down the line,
Rusty and the Monarch are related, but Jonas isn't their father. Monarch was artificial insemination of the Blue Morpho. Rusty was intended to be a clone of the Blue Morpho, that would have been the underling/companion of the actual clone of Jonas, Jonas Venture Jr.

The Helper bot revealed this season Rusty was a clone. People think like Hank and Dean being re-cloned all the time, but I find that hard to believe as Rusty has great memory of his youth, while the re-cloned Hank and Dean had no memory of a good chunk of their childhoods. Then when Jonas Sr. was shown this season he wanted to clone himself a new body ASAP, which evidences he made the cloning tech to make Rusty.

Also, James Urbinak voices both the Blue Morpho and Rusty, even though half the cast is Jackson and Doc, the voice similarity is really noticeable.
 
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