If The Venture Bros. wasn't the best show of the 2000s, it was at least the most unexpected: Debuting on a network best known for funny-but-dust-thin stoner comedy, it quickly evolved into one of the most emotionally involving shows on television, showing real character growth, genuine depth of feeling, and a hefty thematic obsession with failure and disappointment.You can also check out the full list instead of skipping directly to page three.
I don't have much more to say about it for now, but over the next month or two I'll be attempting to celebrate this exercise in back-pattery as much as much as possible with awesomely interesting historical info, giveaways and maybe even special guest appearances. Maybe. Stay tuned! Season four is currently stealing my thunder, so there's also that.
Update (11/9 6:55pm) - The episode is up on Adult Swim Video now. Enjoy!
Many thanks to long-time visitor The Mysterious 'H' for posting that.
- Pair of Black Hearts Shot Glasses
($15.00) - Ceramic and sporting the same logo from
the shirt last season.
- iPod and iPhone Skins ($10.00) -
Comes in iPhone/iPod Touch and iPod Classic/iPod
Video flavors and sports the logo from the
- Magnet Set ($15.00) - Kind of
similar to the set of patches, you get four
magnets, soundtrack skull logo, Monarch logo, Team
Venture logo (the new one, not the classic) and
one of a portion of DVD art from season
- Sgt. Hatred Water Bottle ($15.00) - Fancy black bottle with Sgt. Hatred's logo. Potentially made out of either plastic or possibly steel. Hard to tell!