'The Venture Bros.' Season 1 Episodes
“The Terrible Secret of Turtle Bay (Pilot)”
Team Venture plans to unveil Dr. Venture’s latest invention, “the Ooo Ray”, to the United Nations in New York City in the hopes of earning a military contract. A Japanese ninja named Otaku Senzuri hears about Cr. Venture’s latest invention and plans to steal ay the presentation in New York. Meanwhile The Monarch tries to get his so called “revenge” on Dr. Venture.
“A Very Venture Christmas”
“Dia de Los Dangerous!”
Dr. Venture and the rest of Team Venture visit Tijuana, Mexico because Dr. Venture has been hired to give a lecture at a local Tijuana University. During Dr. Venture is giving his lecture, Hank and Dean treat HELPeR to an upgrade and Brock finds the locals to be a more then friendly. Meanwhile, The Monarch follows Team Venture nearby with his floating cocoon layer to then commit one of his plans to destroy Dr. Venture.
“Careers in Science”
Team Venture goes on a mission to repair a broken space station built by Dr. Venture’s father in the 1970’s. Things get a bit out of control when Dean and Hank conger up a possible ghost haunting story aboard the space station; and also things get even worse when one of the two remaining crew members aboard the space station apparently have it in for Brock.
While Brock is on his yearly survival sabbatical, Dr. Venture is left defenseless of impending attacks from one of his numerous enemies. So he decides to tests his newly invented security system, panic room and robotic bodyguard to help him out incase of any dangerous situation that might occur; which makes HELPeR jalousies and underappreciated and so he runs away. The Monarch and Baron Underbheit both simultaneously make a separate sneak attack to the Venture compound. The two supevillans duke it out and argue who gets to destroy Dr. Venture. Meanwhile Brock encounters a strange situation involving Steve Summers and a Sasquatch
“The Incredible Mr. Brisby”
Dr. Venture is called by theme park mogul, Mr. Brisby, who wants to hire Dr. Venture for a job. Mr. Brisby won’t take no for an answer and later threatens Dr. Venture. While Dean and Hank are captured by “the Orange County Liberation Front”, who are a group of suburban militants that are against what Mr. Brisby stands for. They plan to use Dean and Hank to take over Mr. Brisby’s Empire. Meanwhile Brock enlists his former love and fellow superspy, Molotov Cocktease, who is also on a mercenary mission of her own.
“Eeney, Meeney, Miney... Magic!”
Dr. Venture rents out a part of his compound to a necromancer named Dr. Byron Orpheus and his daughter Triana. While Dean falls in love with her, he, his brother Hank and Brock get trapped inside Dr. Venture's newest invention. With the help of the Ventutre's newest neighbors, Dr. Byron Orpheus and his daughter Triana, can they help out the Venture brothers before it’s too late? While Brock encounters his old flame, Molotov Cocktease.
“Ghosts of the Sargasso”
Team Venture find themselves in the middle of the Bermuda Triangle were Dr. Venture searches for a long lost experimental spaceship that his father, Dr. Jonas Venture, designed and tested their. it crashed somewhere along the Bermuda Triangle and was lost at sea, until now. But the spirit of it's pilot, Major Tom, and a ship full of "Ghost Pirates", whom intend to take over Dr. Venture's ship, might make retrieving the experiments space craft more difficult then it already is.
“Ice Station – Impossible!”
Dr. Venture is invited to take part in a top secret governmental think tank, alongside with Pete White and Master Billy Quizboy whom also were invited. This think tank is headed by Professor Impossible, which was Dr. Venture's former college professor. Once Dr. Venture is settled in, he becomes aware of the Impossible's dark secret, which makes Dr. Ventures life in danger. Meanwhile Hank becomes a disease carrying time bomb. Leaving Dean and Brock racing against time to get an antidote to save his life.
Dr. Girlfriend is sent by The Monarch to try and seduce Dr. Venture to later inject him with a weird body-altering compound. In another co-plot, Hank and Dean help Brock study to renew his license to kill; whom Brock feels somewhat delusional he'll be able to successfully re-acquire the license. The boys try their best totutor Brock anyway they can.
“Are You There, God? It's Me, Dean”
The Monarch must postpone his defeat of Team Venture when Dean suffers an unusual injury, acute testicular tortion. According my members who bide by the Guild of Calamtious Intent, The Monarch most temporary agree to truce until the matter gets resolved, in this case until Dean gets better. The Monarch holds Brock and Hank as collateral until Dr. Venture and Hank get back. Dr. Venture seeks help from his old friends Master Billy Quizboy and Mr. Pete White so they can perform the operation on Dean.
“Tag Sale – You're It!”
To raise money for his own experiments, Dr. Venture decides to have a huge yard sale to get rid of some of his father's old equipment and inventions. The event attracts heroes, scientists and super-villains alike. Brock is in charge of security and everyone attending is supposed to be on their best behavior for the time the event takes place. The Monarch ignores the request of peace, and tries to scheme up a plan to take down Dr. Venture on his own estate.
Brock and the Venture family go to the funeral of Dr. Venture’s former friend and roommate, Michael Sorayama. Dr. Venture, Brock, Pete White and Baron Underbheit, while inside the funeral procesion, are kidnapped by what appears to be Michael Sorayama coffin. Its up to Hank and Dean to save their family and reunite the original Team Venture, who helped their grandfather in the past.
“The Trial of the Monarch”
The Monarch loses Dr. Girlfriend and has to stand trial for a crime he didn't commit. Dean, Hank and Dr. Orpheus are forced to testify during The Monarch's trial. While Brock notices something far more sinister happening during this trial.
“Return to Spider-Skull Island”
Dr. Venture, after many recurring nightmares about being eaten while inside his mother womb, finds out that his stomach tumor was actually a long lost sibling. Hank and Dean take a walk on the wild side after thinking his father was pregnant with another child and then run away. The cause of their sudden outburst was being jealous over the supposed new baby. They are later captured by officers of the law, and sent to a “Scared Straight” program inside a community jail, headed none other then The Monarch.