There is an edited version of a Venture Bros medley, which includes versions of "Fumblestealth", "Bolly" and "No Vacancy (Venture Bros Theme)".
There's also an explosive version of "Gawker" from the Venture Bros soundtrack, and two tracks from the Steroid Maximus album Ectopia : "L'espion Qui A Pleure" and "Aclectasis".
You can also still win a SuperJail! season one DVD if winning is your thing. That contest ends Monday night, so still time left to enter.
If you need any more convincing you can check out this MTV Geek interview with creators Christy Karacas and Stephen Warbrick and these preview clips from tonight's episode:
And don't forget, still plenty of time left to win a SuperJail! season one DVD!
Oh and, uh, happy April Fools Day I guess!
Jackson Publick: I have literally sixty, seventy pounds on you, but you know the martial arts. I think we both have a very strong will to live.
Doc Hammer: I’m fast. I know that you have a bad knee. I know too much about you, I would work that knee until--
Jackson Publick: But I know you have paper ribs.
As mentioned, this season all the animation fot the show is being done at Titmouse Inc., the same company that animates Metalocalypse (among other projects), and the new season premieres this Sunday night at midnight.
"My parents were into education. That was their bag, and they kept toys to a minimum so I could become more creative and look, hey! It worked! You know what I had a lot of? Those quirky, dinky, die-cast metal toys for TV shows that I’ve never seen. They’re British TV shows that were cancelled about 20 years before I got the toys, so I had no idea what these f*cking things were, and I had to make adventures—" -- Doc HammerAlright, so go read it. The final part will be out tomorrow.
Hammer: There are also characters I forgot we didn’t put on the show. We’ve been doing one for a solid year now, and I forget that nobody’s seen him, that he’s our character. I guess he would count as a new character, but to me it’s a guy who’s existed in the Venture-verse for over a year.
Publick: We usually write them that way. We almost never write characters who walk on and go, “OK, I’m a new guy you’ve never met before. I’m here to mess up your world.” We usually have new guys in and go, “Oh yeah, you’re so-and-so’s ex-husband. Or you’re that guy who’s in the background at the yard sale and now we know what your story is.”
Hammer:“You have a plug for a face and now you know why.”