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The Venture Bros.: Everybody Comes To Hank's

When Rusty tells his son to get a job, Hank imagines that he's a private eye and takes on the case of who is really Dermott's father.

Episode Info  

Episode number: 4x12
Airdate: Sunday October 03rd, 2010

Guest Stars
Christopher McCullochChristopher McCulloch
voiced Sgt. Hatred
Doc HammerDoc Hammer
voiced Billy Quizboy / Dermott Fichtel / Shoreleave
Steven RattazziSteven Rattazzi
voiced Dr. Orpheus
Dana SnyderDana Snyder
voiced The Alchemist
Kate McKinnonKate McKinnon
voiced Nikki Fichtel / Mrs. Fichtel
Main Cast
James UrbaniakJames Urbaniak
voiced Dr. Thaddeus S. "Rusty" Venture
Michael SinterniklaasMichael Sinterniklaas
voiced Dean Venture
Christopher McCullochChristopher McCulloch
voiced Hank Venture / The Monarch
Patrick WarburtonPatrick Warburton
voiced Brock Samson


At the compound, Dean dons a leisure suit to go to New York on his first intern assignment. Hank is glad that he's not going, and Rusty insists that Hank needs to find a job in the next four days before they return. Dermott Fichtel comes in and talks about his full-time job. Before he goes, Rusty warns his son to get a job...

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Episode Quotes
Rusty: Well, at least you crossed out Mafia Don, fire eater, traveling racecar salesman, and my favorite--gigolo.
Hank: Once I found out it had nothing to do with Italian ice cream, it lost its allure.

Sgt. Hatred: All right, we got to get going. I don't want to have to fly at night in the X-1. I get the lights mixed up with the lasers, and I ended up blowing stuff up. I--I--I just don't want to blow stuff up 'cause I can't see.

Dr. Orpheus: Changing the terms of my child support.
The Alchemist: Remember when your wife used to screw you without paperwork?

Hank: You gonna come in, or are you looking for studs in the wall?
The Alchemist: If I thought there were studs here, I wouldn't be sitting outside trying to get a snack from Cafe Hank.

The Alchemist: Ah, the old private-dick game. I'm more public and less private about the dick game these days, but because I'm bored out of my gourd, let's hear the case.

The Alchemist: Well, you have to solve this case! That's what the sign is for! That's why you have the hat! That's why you have the whip! Wait. Why do you have a whip?
Hank: Came with the hat. It's a detective's whip.

Dermott: You're a superhero guy and you're hanging out with Hank?
The Alchemist: Look, Pudgy McTalk-a-lot, I just got dumped by my lover who then tossed me out on my jobless ass, so I had to move in with my boring team member who lives in the 'burbs and never does squat! And i just--I just told you too much, didn't I?
Dermott: Uhh, dude, no *bleep*

Other Episode Crew

CreatorChristopher McCulloch
Executive ProducerSteven S. H. Yoon  |  Christopher McCulloch  |  Keith Crofford
Supervising ProducerCharlie Miller (3)
ProducerRachel Simon
EditorDoc Hammer
MusicJ.G. Thirlwell
Production CoordinatorAlexandra Andrew
Supervising Sound EditorDave Paterson (1)
OtherTom Bayne (1) (Animatic Director & Animo Compositor)  |  Roger Mejia (Animation Checking)  |  Carly Monardo (Character & Prop Color Key)  |  Liz Artinian (Color Supervisor)
Storyboard ArtistTom Connor  |  Abigail Nesbitt  |  Rafael Rosado  |  Siobhan Mullen
Character DesignerRick Lacy  |  Danny Hynes  |  Martin Wittig  |  Matthew I. Jenkins
Background ArtistChris Palesty  |  Denny Fincke  |  Ray Feldman  |  George Fort  |  Chris Fisher (3)  |  Deodato Pangandoyon
Production ManagerPeeDee Shindell
Special EffectsDoc Hammer
Animation DirectorIan Jones-Quartey  |  Jennifer Batinich  |  Kimson Albert
FoleyRachel Chancey
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