Thanks to Thorn and MoosyMooz for sending this in!
Still not satisfied? Then head over to Adult Swim's Venture Bros. video page where you can watch the first five episodes of season six and "Gargantua-2" for free! No questions asked. You can also check out "A Party For Tarzan" and "Red Means Stop" if you have a cable provider login (or a generous friend who has one). That should hold you over until season seven, right? Okay, probably not, but you should be used to the waiting by now. Happy watching!
- "Hostile Makeover", the season six premiere.
- "Maybe No Go", the second episode of season six.
- And if you still haven't seen it, or just need a refresher, the hour long "All This And Gargantua-2", which sets up season six (and closes some threads from season five).
As per usual, use the comments here to talk about the episode, including all the stuff that happened, all the stuff you think might happen and whatever other stuff you want to talk about. There will be plenty of spoilers, so enter at your own risk. After you've watched the episode you can head over to the episode page to rate the episode. Enjoy!
Over on As Seen On Adult Swim, Adult Swim's single item storefront, you can purchase two 18"x24" Venture Bros. season six posters for the low, low price of only $7.50 (shipped). Both posters are by Patrick Leger and you may have previously seen them around as the season six promo poster set. Now they can be yours for seven Washingtons and two smaller Washingtons. Or A Lincoln, two Washingtons and like, fifty more smaller Lincolns. Also you can pay with Paypal. This is a While Supplies Last kind of offer so once they're gone, you're out of luck.
There's an awesome Blue Morpho shirt available for purchase on the ol' Shirt Club. As always, the designs are archived on the Mantis-Eye Shirt Club page.
Shirts not your thing? Digital video, perhaps?
This week's Shirt Club shirt will also be up on the Titmouse Store after the episode airs, or you can check it out on the Mantis-Eye Shirt Club page, though I don't sell it on account of... not being a store of any kind... or owning any sort of license to the intellectual property... but that's okay!