Venture Bros.: Blood of the father, heart of steel  » TV  »
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  • It is seriously one of the best things on tv and I am so glad that it's back
  • It's unfortunate that this season is split up into two eight episode parts as even the 13 episode seasons are too short, but in the long run I think it will pay off
  • It's going to be interesting a few years down the line when the show is over and all of the seasons have been released on DVD/Bluray
  • I'll definitely have to watch it all to see the story unfold as opposed to waiting months and months for a continuation
  • I highly recommend checking this show out, though again, watch it from the beginning, because at this point, new viewers are not going to have any clue of what's going on and it will not be nearly as enjoyable as it is after you've seen the episodes that came before it


    • by David Finniss

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      This episode picks up where the season finale left off…sort of. It isn’t told in chronological order, rather it’s shuffled up. The differences were so drastic that I was convinced that they were introducing a multiverse, with one being real and the other taking place in some comic.

      As it happens, there is still one world and the changes are explained pretty well. The show continues to weave a surprisingly intricate web. Like the season finale, it makes


      a joke that only makes sense if you had seen a previous episode.

      I love this show. It is seriously one of the best things on tv and I am so glad that it’s back. It’s unfortunate that this season is split up into two eight episode parts as even the 13 episode seasons are too short, but in the long run I think it will pay off.

      If you’re a long time fan of the show, you will get a huge kick out of it. It has everything that Venture bros. fans want in an episode. However, it is not, in any way, new viewer friendly. This show has gotten to the point where you really, really need to have seen previous episodes if you’re to have any hope of making any sense of it. It’s going to be interesting a few years down the line when the show is over and all of the seasons have been ...


      • Venture Bros.:  Blood of the father, heart of steel
      released on DVD/Bluray. I’ll definitely have to watch it all to see the story unfold as opposed to waiting months and months for a continuation.

      The only downside is that in an episode involving a group of neo-nazis trying to clone Hitler to bring back the fourth reich, there is no mention of Girl HItler. Seriously, I figured she had to show up some time, but no dice.

      The episode ends on a great cliffhanger. The stinger

      is surprisingly long for VB, most are only a few seconds but this felt like it was a few minutes. Not that I’m complaining mind you.

      This show really needs more love. I highly recommend checking this show out, though again, watch it from the beginning, because at this point, new viewers are not going to have any clue of what’s going on and it will not be nearly as enjoyable as it is after you’ve seen the episodes that came before it.




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