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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 4 days ago
The truths and half-truths about Dr. Venture's past arch nemeses, Dr. Girlfriend and The Monarch, are revealed.
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Deep inside Guild Headquarters, the Monarch and 21 face their ultimate ordeal; the Venture brothers confront one of their own.
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The city is hit with a mysterious blizzard that launches Team Venture into action; the Monarch and 21 are sent on a deadly mission to a secret island fortress.
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The members of Guild Council must face their archrivals for one last time, while Doc happily falls into a black widow's deadly web.
aired 32 days ago
Dr. Venture's latest invention is a real game-changer, and the new game is deadly.
aired 39 days ago
The Monarch and 21 play a deadly game of tutoring an inexperienced villain; a hot plate of danger is served up with a side of hilarity.
aired 46 days ago
The Venture family returns to its old compound, where intrigue, danger, jackets and diplomacy await.
aired 60 days ago
The Morphic Trilogy reaches its conclusion in a decades-spanning tale of friendship, betrayal and mass murder that overwrites Venture history.
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Deadly waters surround the Monarch when he becomes Wide Wale's prisoner.
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The Venture headquarters is either possessed, just regular haunted, or suffering from a computer glitch; Dr. Orpheus and the Order of the Triad are called upon to unlock the mystery.
aired 81 days ago
The Guild targets Dr. Venture for assassination, which ruins a party thrown for his fancy new friend.
aired 88 days ago
A revenge-seeking super-widow makes Dr. Mrs. The Monarch's job horrible; a criminal genius has sights set on Dr. Venture.
aired 95 days ago
A legion of avant-garde super villains redefines the art of arching Dr. Venture; Hank looks for love.
aired 102 days ago
The Guild of Calamitous Intent and the O.S.I. join forces to eliminate a threat, using Dr. Venture as the bait.
aired 104 days ago
White and Billy grapple with their archenemy in their old neighborhood; Doc realizes he cannot face his responsibilities alone.
aired 105 days ago
The Ventures move in to a swankier apartment; The Monarch must contend with a commute.
aired 118 days ago
The Monarch faces financial challenges as he attempts to rebuild his fiendish organization; Dean tries to establish a normal life outside of his father's shadow at sleep-away college.
aired 130 days ago
A super villain launches an assault on the Ventures; Doc's latest invention or a blue vigilante may save the day.
aired 133 days ago
Doc finds an invention that can influence Dean's chances of getting into college; the Monarch makes a bad first impression.
aired 410 days ago
The fate of Team Venture hangs in the balance.
aired 417 days ago
The Monarch gets Team Venture during the social event of the season.

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