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"Jonny Quest" gets an irreverent but affectionate spoofing in this animated series chronicling the sometimes hair-raising adventures of Hank and Dean Venture, the not-especially-bright twin sons of pill-popping "super-scientist" Dr. Thaddeus "Rusty" Venture. Luckily (for the most part), their safety is overseen by a security guard who uses his license to kill every chance he gets.

Latest episodes

aired 1 day ago
Brock and the O.S.I. launch a surveillance mission against a council member; Doc and Billy are caught in the crossfire.
aired 2 days ago
A friendship begins to unravel Dr. Venture's sanity; Hand and Henchman 21 are committed; Dean has a relationship with a mystery woman.
aired 3 days ago
Brock and the O.S.I. come under fire; high-value, super-criminal prisoners escape.
aired 4 days ago
During Dr. Venture's annual trip to Spanikos, a dark secret from his past threatens the vacation.
aired 5 days ago
Henchman 21's command rubs the O.S.I. the wrong way; the Monarch tries to ingratiate himself with Dr. Venture.
aired 8 days ago
When an old invention develops a mind of its own, Manhowers sends it to Central America; the Ventures must survive the jungle.
aired 9 days ago
Dr. Venture hires college interns to help with his new project; Dean finds love; class warfare threatens the compound.
aired 10 days ago
A scientist, his dim-witted children and their security guard battle enemies.
aired 11 days ago
The Venture boys embrace society's most feared school dance... the prom.
aired 12 days ago
Billy is kidnapped by the investors.
aired 15 days ago
The Venture family must teach Dr. Venture how to love himself.
aired 16 days ago
Dean's summer internship turns deadly.
aired 17 days ago
Hank is forced to get a job and becomes a detective.
aired 18 days ago
A scientist, his dim-witted children and their security guard battle enemies.
aired 19 days ago
Hank and Dean graduate and take two different career paths.
airs in 13 days
The Guild of Calamitous Intent and the O.S.I. join forces to eliminate a threat, using Dr. Venture as the bait.
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The Guild targets Dr. Venture for assassination, which ruins a party thrown for his fancy new friend.
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A legion of avant-garde super villains redefines the art of arching Dr. Venture; Hank looks for love.
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A revenge-seeking super-widow makes Dr. Mrs. The Monarch's job horrible; a criminal genius has sights set on Dr. Venture.
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A super villain launches an assault on the Ventures; Doc's latest invention or a blue vigilante may save the day.
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Doc finds an invention that can influence Dean's chances of getting into college; the Monarch makes a bad first impression.

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