The episode starts off with a cartoon advertisement with Dr. Venture as a floating talking light bulb. He is shown floating around on the screen with a rainbow flag in the background. The cartoon invites people to join him at his “Day Camp." Dr. Venture calls day camp “Rusty’s Day Camp for Boy Adventures." He explains that it’s the largest privately run day camp for “budding super scientists” in the area. He tells his audience that they can learn “adventuring” from so-called “pros" like "Action Jonny" (Jonny Quest). Other pros include Master Billy Quizboy, and Dr. Rusty Venture himself. As this advertisement runs, we see children playing the background as well as some logo interpretation of Brock, Billy Quizboy, and “Action Jonny." The commercial ends with a brief warning saying that Dr. Venture has the right to prosecute anyone who trespasses his property.
After the cartoon version of Dr. Venture ends his advertisement, we see a small interlace scene where blood spatters on the background of the show's logo.
The front yard of the Venture compound is filled with children walking around the compound and numerous carnival-like booths/stands and rides in it as well Dr. Venture and Brock are talking. Dr. Venture is sitting down on one of his stands. He tells Brock that he feels great that he’s doing this for the kids. Brock, who is wearing a martial arts outfit, tells him that he’s charging the kids' parents two hundred dollars to attend his day camp, and that he’s even charging twenty dollars to each kid for taking a picture of a cardboard representation of Dr. Venture. Brock tells him that he doesn’t believe that Dr. Venture’s interpretations of the events qualify as “charity." Dr. Venture tells Brock to quiet down about that subject, and that he doesn’t want his “fans” to make it look like he’s having a fight with him. Just then, two kids approach Dr. Venture and Brock at his autograph-signing booth. The two kids aren’t actual kids, but Dr. Girlfriend’s Moppets in disguise. Tim-Tom, wearing a Beanie Propeller Cap, complains to Kevin that he’s hungry, and that he could have stopped to eat at a stand if it weren’t for Kevin making them late. (Note that Tim-Tom calls Kevin “Sam”). As they get to Dr. Venture’s booth, Dr. Venture points the two disguised Moppets to a vending machine and suggests they get “eight dollar bag of combos." The two Moppets leave, Dr. Venture tells Brock that he thinks some people shouldn’t be allowed to breed because how those two “kids” looked. Brock corrects Dr. Venture by telling him that those two kids were actually achondroplastic dwarves. Dr. Venture tells Brock that they deserve to be there attending his camp just like any other person. Dr. Venture calls Brock a racist because of what he just said. Brock corrects him again and tells him that they aren’t an actual race. Dr. Venture tells Brock to listen to what he’s saying, calling him “Hitler."
In another booth on the Venture compound, Billy Quizboy Is seen talking to a few kids. The booth itself is fashioned to look like a game show. Its background looks something like the set of Jeopardy
but more pink and purple. The kids ask Billy why he’s even participating in the camp’s activities. The kid asks him if it’s because of his big head. Billy tells the kids that many celebrities have enlarged head, like Christina Ricci. Another [fat] boy asks him what Billy is. Billy tells the boy that he’s a “Quizzboy." He explains to them that it’s an “underrated branch of boy genius." The same kid tells him that he doesn’t really look like a boy. Billy admits to the kids that he’s actually a thirty-five-year-old man, and that he’s neither a boy nor an adventurer. Billy then sarcastically tells the two boys that they’ve cleverly figured out his secrets. Billy asks the kids if they want to know what they’re going to be when they grow up. One boy replies that he wants to be a boy adventurer like Rusty Venture. Billy then hits his prop buzzer and tells the boy that he’s going to be a “Quizzboy." The boy tells him that he isn’t going to be that. Billy uses his prop buzzer again and tells him, in a game-show gimmick style way, that he is.
In another booth, we see Pirate Captain on top of a fake pirate ship, wearing his usual pirate costume, calling out to a few kids. Pirate Captain explains to a group of four kids that there are other ways of becoming an adventurer. A kid yells out asking if the Pirate Captain means of becoming a super-villain. Pirate Captain tells the kid that he didn’t mean that, but that other heroes use masks. Another kids asks the Captain if that they could wear costumes. Pirate Captain tells the young boy that they can and that if they run a museum they can get a good suit of armor. Pirate Captain suggests to the kids that “if they need to protect their gold from meddlesome kids," they should get a “ghost Miner 49er." Pirate Captain tells the kids that he resembles Johnny Depp because of his attire. The children then cheer him on. Pirate Captain tells him that he also sometimes gets to hang out with people who used to be famous in the past, like Cher and the man who use to do voiceovers for Inspector Gadget.
Inside another booth, we see both Moppets looking and grabbing some t-shirts and other merchandise from a stand. Kevin, who is eating a chocolate bar, receives a call from the Monarch. The Monarch is watching both Moppets from his laptop inside his new home. The Monarch complains to the Moppets about wasting time, and that he demanded they spy on Dr. Venture. The Monarch sees Kevin holding a shirt he likes and asks the Moppet to see if they have a Medium size T-shirt for him. He thinks the t–shirt is funny. We then hear Dr. Mrs. the Monarch calling out to the Monarch. She asks him if he has seen both Tim-Tom and Kevin. The Monarch tells her that he sent them out to do a chore for him. Dr. Mrs. the Monarch asks him if he’s arching Dr. Venture again. The Monarch tells her that he isn’t and that he’s only doing reconnaissance work for preemptive arching. She tells him if it’s the same thing as arching. As she tell him this, she walks out into the living room where the Monarch is sitting, wearing a new costume. He answers her by telling her that only someone retarded would think that. As he tells this to her, he turns around and doesn’t even finish what he was saying. The Monarch’s jaw drops as he sees Dr. Mrs. the Monarch’s new costume. The Monarch, still shocked, asks her where she got that outfit. Dr. Mrs. the Monarch asks him if he like it and tells him that her new costume is her prototype for her new “Dr. Mrs. the Monarch” costume. The Monarch, telling her that he isn’t complaining about the outfit itself, but says the wings are too long and asks her if she isn’t afraid that her breasts might slide off from the costume. She tells him dismissively that her breasts are taped. She then tells the Monarch that she’s more worried about whether her new costume makes her butt look fatter or not. The Monarch tells her to sit on his lap. Dr. Mrs. the Monarch does and asks the Monarch what’s on his laptop’s monitor. The Monarch tells her that he thinks it’s a recruitment facility, disguised as a gay day camp.
Back at the Venture compound, Hank and Dean are standing around near their house, both wearing uniform-style clothing. Dean notices a teen coming up to them. He asks Hank what he is, explaining to Hank that he’s too big to be a kid. Hank tells his brother that it’s a teenager. Dean tells him that they don’t look like this teen. Hank panics and tells Dean that the teen is heading toward them. Dean then leaves. Hank asks him what his problem was. The teen, who is wearing a military uniform style of clothing and has long dirty blonde hair says hello to Hank. The then asks Hank if his mother also made him come to this “loser con” as well. Hank tells him that he doesn’t have a mother. The teen tells him that he doesn’t have a father, and that his father was a member of the black ops, and that he probably killed someone. The teen asks Hank what is the “nerdy” kid’s (Dean) problem. Hank tells him that that was his brother and that he had never seen another teenage boy before.
On a stage we see Jonny Quest talking to a small audience of children. Jonny asks the kids how many of these kids have fathers. Every kid except one raises their hands. Jonny then points to the kid that didn’t raise his hand. He then tells the kid that the kid isn’t Jesus and that he must have a father. The Kid tells Jonny that his father died when he was sleeping. Jonny then realizes that the kid “had a father," and tells him that he’s now free. He asks his crowd again to raises their hands. Jonny then tells his audience that his own hand isn’t up. He then asks his crowd why his hand isn’t up. He thinks out loud that he must not have a father. Jonny then yells at his microphone a loud “No” while he surprises his audience. He tells his audience that fathers are caring and protective men, and that he doesn’t have one of those. Jonny then goes on a rant and talks about his past. He tells the crowd that he killed a dog and that he was “the lizard man” that “stole his serum." After he yells all this out, he then cries out to his father. We see Brock and Dr. Venture looking at him from a distance. Brock tells Dr. Venture that he liked Jonny more when he was an addict. He then tells Dr. Venture that he can’t believe Dr. Venture got Jonny to participate in his camp. Dr. Venture tells him that he can’t believe it either, and that he couldn’t believe all the requests he made to his writer. Brock laughs and asks Dr. Venture who that was. Dr. Venture tells him that it was Sean "Puffy Combs" Daddy. Hank then comes running by and calls out to his father. He asks him if he can show his new friend his bedroom. Hank tells him that he hasn’t even ever had a friend before. Dr. Venture tells Hank to stop calling him “Pop," because he doesn’t want his fans to know that he ever had sex before. Hank tells his father again that he wants to show his new friend his room. Dr. Venture interrupts him and tells him that it’s not all about him, but about “Rusty Venture” and his old show. Also, Dr. Venture tells Hank they can wait until he and Dean get their own show before becoming the center of attention. Brock steps in and tells Hank that he could use some help in his Judo class and that he can’t do it without him. Hank tells him that he’ll go change into his Judo outfit right away. Hank then runs off to get dressed. Brock sarcastically compliments Dr. Venture on his parenting. Dr. Venture tells Brock that he should wait until he has kids of his own.
In another stage, we see the Order of the Triad acting out safety tunes. All three members of the group are shown wearing an orange safety t-shirt. Jefferson Twilight comes out first using a wooden sward he swings it around. He tells his audience that killing Blackulas is cool, but then asks his audience if they know what’s really cool. He then answers himself and tells the crowd that it’s “safety." Dr. Orpheus comes along and tells the crowd that the Order of the Triad has a lot of dangerous enemies. The Alchemist, holding a guitar, then jumps in and tells the audience that they have enemies of “safety." Jefferson Twilight continues the lecture and tells the kids that one of their enemies is invisible. Dr. Orpheus tells the kids that they can come over anytime anywhere, looking for them even in the basement. The Alchemist tells the kids that the name of the invisible enemy is called “Radon," and that this enemy can give you lung cancer. Jefferson Twilight asks the Alchemist how this enemy can give them lung cancer, seeing that he doesn’t smoke. Dr. Orpheus tells Jefferson that they know he doesn’t smoke, because, as Dr. Orpheus says, everyone knows that “smoking is more evil then whorie denizens of the underworld." Dr. Orpheus continues to say that if someone smoked, they’d know it, because they have a smoke detector in every room. The Alchemist continues Dr. Orpheus line and tells the audience that the smoke detectors have fresh batteries. The Alchemist continues to say that they should remember that if a smoke detector doesn’t’ work, the silence could be deadly for them. Everyone jumps in the last line. Jefferson Twilight, Dr. Orpheus, and The Alchemist take a bow and finish their PSA. We then see the audience had all left. Jefferson asks his companions when they lost them. Dr. Orpheus says that he thinks it’s his fault, because he scared them off at his “Radon” part. The Alchemist complains that he never got to do his song.
Brock and Hank show some kids Judo moves. Brock, as he demonstrates with Hank, tells the kids how to do a few specific moves. The teen we saw earlier, Hank’s new friend Dermott, is seen in the background. The teen asks Brock what his last throw move was. Bock tells him that it was a “goshi." The teen makes a play on words asks Brock if he meant “gayshi," because, in his words, they looked like a ”couple of Bonobo chimps." Brock asks him what he meant. Hank laughs at the word “gaishi." The teen then tells Brock that if anyone would lay a move like that on him he would use another move and kick that person’s face. Brock asks the teen if he wants to show him his technique. Dermott makes up a lie about his hands being registered as killing machines so that he won’t have to get beaten by Brock. Brock, annoyed over Dermott's remarks, asks the teen if he’s for real. Hank asks Brock if his feet are registered. Brock tells Hank that nobody’s limbs are “registered," since they don’t even do that. As Brock walks away, Dermott tells Brock that he’d better walk away. Brock then turns around and tells him that isn’t walking away from him. He asks the teen what he’s doing. Brock is interrupted as we see Billy Quizboy ridding a small tour bus with Dr. Venture ridding shotgun. Billy honks his horn and asks the kids if they want a ride on the tour bus, and that he’s going to tour the Venture compound's “fantastic facilities." Many kids get on the bus, including Hank and his new friend. Dr. Venture gets out and walks toward Brock. He then asks Brock what was going on between him and the teen. Brock tells him that he was getting on his nerves and that he wanted to beat the teen up. Dr. Venture tells Brock to not even think about doing something like that, because he is uninsured. He asks Brock to go cool down, because he says that Brock looks like he’s going to burst a blood vessel. Brock agrees with Dr. Venture and tells him that he doesn’t know what got over him. Dr. Venture gets back inside the tour bus, and Billy, through the bus’ intercom, tells everyone to “hold on” because the next stop is “excitement town." Dermott and Brock then make eye contact as the bus leaves.
The bus moves along the Venture compound as Billy tells everyone not to forget to collect their free smiles from the trolley conductor. After this, we see Kevin being yelled at by the Monarch. Monarch, through his computer, asks the two Moppets what they are doing, then commands them to get onto the trolley. Dr. Mrs. the Monarch tells the Monarch to calm down. The Monarch tells her that it’s a tour of the compound, and that Dr. Venture is about to inadvertently reveal to him a way to kill him. Dr. Mrs. the Monarch tells him that he’s arching. The Monarch tells her that he’s only creating an opportunity. He then asks her if she knows how to do a screen capture on his laptop.
On the trolley, Dr. Venture tells the children that they are going to use the “buddy system." He explains that the person sitting next to them is their “buddy." Dr. Venture tells the children to say hi to their new buddy. Everyone on the bus turns to each other’s seated companion and says hello at the same time. Dr. Venture tells everyone that if something were to happen to them, they should always tell their buddy first. He includes: “If you touch something that melts your fingers off” and “if you get a face full of burning hydrochloric acid” they should tell their buddy. A kid asks Dr. Venture when are they going to get to meet Rusty Venture. Dr. Venture tells the kids that he is Rusty Venture. He continues to say that he doesn’t understand why the kid don’t understand this. The same kid asks Dr. Venture what happened to him. Dr. Venture tells him, sarcastically, that “he had left Neverland to marry Wendy." He then asks him what he really thinks happened. Dr. Venture then asks the group if they have any good questions. Dermott raises his hands. Dr. Venture acknowledges the teen. Dermott, who says his name is “Pat McCrotch” to Dr. Venture, asks Dr. Venture if the tour is going to “suck” for the entire tour or if it’s only the moment. He continues to say that he wants to know so he can see how much he has to sit through. Hank laughs at what his friend says. Dr. Venture, ignoring what Dermott said, asks the group if they have any real questions about the tour. Hank raises his hand. Dr. Venture acknowledges the “blonde boy." The “blonde boy," Hank, tells Dr. Venture that his name is “Walter Melon," and asks him if the tour is going to be “doodoo." Dr. Venture interrupts Hank, and discreetly tells him that he’s going to ground him for two weeks. Hank asks his father what this threat has to do with his question. Dr. Venture interrupts him again and tells him that he heard the question: “how long is your father going to punish you.”
Back at the stage where the Order of the Triad were doing their PSA lines, Brock and Dr. Orpheus sit down together. Dr. Orpheus asks Brock if that everyone that doesn’t give him respect he murders. Brock tells him that he doesn’t always murder them, but most of the times only bruises and hurts them as a reminder. That is, until he met Hank’s new teenage friend. Dr. Orpheus tells him that he should just talk to him, because if Brock talks to the teen as an adult, he'll respond as an adult. Brock tells Dr. Orpheus that if this kid was an adult, he’d “kick his ass.” Dr. Orpheus tells him that he can’t stoop to the levels of children. Brock agrees with him, but tells him that another kid could stoop to his level. Brock thinks he understands what Dr. Orpheus is trying to tell him. Brock tells him that he can find another kid to beat the kid up that’s annoying him. Brock gets up and runs off to find a kid to help him. Dr. Orpheus tells Brock that that wasn’t even close to what he was telling him. Brock tells Dr. Orpheus to not to bother explaining to him, because he isn’t going to listen to what he was about to say.
Back at Jonny Quest’s booth, Dean is asking Jonny for an autograph. Jonny asks Dean who he should make out the signature out to. Dean tells him to sign it for himself. Jonny asks Dean if he’s one of the Venture twins. Dean tells Jonny that his father, Dr. Venture, told him not to say. Jonny tells Dean that he has an airplane parked nearby and that if Dean wants they can be out of the compound whenever Dean wants to go. Jonny tells Dean that he doesn’t have to live the way he’s living now. At that moment, we hear Brock calling to Dean. Dean responds to Brock’s calls. Brock comes along and tells Jonny not to bother Dean. Jonny tells Brock that he’s only signing one of his old pictures for Dean. Jonny then signs one picture. As Brock and Dean leave, Brock tells Dean that he needs him for a favor. Jonny calls out to Dean and tells him that he only needs to say the word and they are gone.
On Dr. Venture’s and Billy’s tour group, the trolley arrives at a Bio-Dome shaped building. Dr. Venture calls this place his E-Den. He explains to the group that the place is a fully enclosed life-sustaining biological environment. It was designed for astronauts to live in for training for long-term space station inhabitance, and that only two people, one male and one female, were aloud inside at a time. A kid asks Dr. Venture why the building looks so dirty. Dr. Venture tells him that his father died before he taught him to care. Dr. Venture then asks Billy to help him open the door. Both Dr. Venture and Billy struggle to open the door. Billy asks Dr. Venture when the last time Dr. Venture had opened it. Dr. Venture tells Billy that the project has been abandoned for about forty years ago. Dr. Venture then asks Billy if he’s pulling or pushing, because he thinks that it might be a push door. The door then opens revealing a lush green environment filled with plant life. Dr. Venture comments that he thought the place was going to be dead inside and nothing would have been living inside of it. He then asks the group of kids to put their hands inside their pockets, and tell the children not to put their mouths on anything. Billy comments that the place they are now reminds him of a “hamper in a hippie commune” and that the place is creepy. We then see a gorilla in the background stalking the tour group from a distance. Dr. Venture tells a kid, who is holding a flower he picked, to not to touch it, because, as Dr. Venture put it, the plant will make him sterile. Billy then notices a cross with bones on it with a small doll on its bottom. Dr. Venture tries to wrap up the tour quickly after seeing this, and he tells the children that they should get back to the campgrounds right now. Suddenly the gorilla comes roaring and jumping out a tree. The gorilla roars at them, then bangs its chest. All the kids start to run away. Dr. Venture tells everyone that it’s okay, and that he’s talked to a gorilla before. Dr. Venture then attempts to communicate with this gorilla by talking in some sort of gibberish. The gorilla continues to roars and beat its chest violently. Dr. Venture calls Billy and tells him that he needs a kitten. Billy asks Dr. Venture why he would need a kitten. Dr. Venture tells him that gorillas love kittens. The gorilla gets closer to Dr. Venture. It looks like its inspecting Dr. Venture. Billy tells Dr. Venture not to move because these animals can smell fear. Dr. Venture asks Billy if they can smell urine. Billy responds by telling him that urine is like liquid fear for them. Hank and his new friend are out of harm’s way, looking out from the bushes. Dermott tells Hank that he knew something like this would happen. The teen takes out a gun from his pockets, tells Hank that the reason he brought it because he knew something like that was going to happen. Hank thinks it’s cool, asks him if it’s a “bb gun." His new friend tells him that it’s a pellet gun. As Dermott prepares to fire his gun, we see Billy acting out like a kitten. Hank’s friend fires his gun, it hits Billy’s butt and makes the gorilla angry. The gorilla slams Dr. Venture away and then grabs Billy by his real arm and starts poking him in his groin area. Dr. Venture tells the kids that the tour is over. Everyone then starts running away out from E-Den, including the children who were hiding in the bushes.
Brock and Dean are then shown training. Brock is showing Dean a few moves. He asks Dean to hit his arm harder. He gives Dean instructions on how to hit harder. Brock becomes annoyed because of the way he’s hitting him. He then asks Dean where his brother is. Dean tells him that Hank went on his father’s tour bus ride. Brock looks at his communicator watch and calls Dr. Venture. Dr. Venture responds. Brock asks Dr. Venture if Hank is with him. Dr. Venture looks to see if Hank is there, he turns to his shoulders and tells Brock that Hank is alive. Brock asks Dr. Venture what he meant by that. Dr. Venture hurries Brock up and tells him that he has to go. Brock reminds Dr. Venture that they have a “demonstration” at five o’clock. Brock then asks Dr. Venture if he told Hank about him. Dr. Venture interrupts him and tells him that he did. We then hear Billy knocking at the E-Den’s door from the inside. Dr. Venture asks him if he’s alone. Billy tells him that he is. Dr. Venture then opens the door and we see a heavily bruised and scratched Billy holding a small shoe, and then he falls to the ground. Dr. Venture tells the children to get back inside the tour bus. The kids then start to run toward it. Billy tells Dr. Venture that the gorilla took his mechanical arm and then it ran away. He also tells Dr. Venture that he wasn’t in there alone, and that he saw another kid in there with him. Dr. Venture asks him where this kid’s buddy was. Billy tells Dr. Venture that he saw this small kid get disemboweled. Dr. Venture tells Billy that he always wanted to be an adventurer and that since now he had experienced it firsthand he tells him that he can’t handle it. Dr. Venture sarcastically asks him if it was like answering trivia. Dr. Venture tells Billy that they are going to pretend that the ape was a man wearing a costume. Dr. Venture tells then tells him that they are never going to speak of this incident ever again. Dr. Venture then asks for the shoe Billy was holding on to when he escaped.
Back inside the Monarch’s new house, Dr. Mrs. the Monarch and the Monarch are eating TV dinners off of their trays in their living room. The Monarch is still looking through his laptop at the events that are happening at the Venture compound. The Monarch then wonders how Dr. Mrs. the Monarch could ever work with the two Moppets, who the Monarch calls them idiots because they had missed the tour bus. Dr. Mrs. the Monarch tells the Monarch that he can’t just send her Moppets to do arching work for his former enemy. Dr. Mrs. the Monarch tells him that she had put in their name with the Guild so that they can find themselves a new Arch to terrorize together. Before Dr. Mrs. the Monarch can finish telling this to her husband, the Monarch tells her that he doesn’t want to arch any other person than Dr. Venture. The Monarch then notices Brock in his computer screen through he live feed, looking at the Moppets.
Brock is trying to hire the Moppets to do his dirty work for him. He wants to get Dermott be beaten up. The Moppets asks him if he wants the job to be quick or if he wants him to die a painful death. Brock tells them that he only wants to make the kid get hurt, just a little bit. He tells them that they can break something of his, like a toe or something like that. The Moppets continue to say that they could use a knife to hurt him on several different ways. Brock then realizes his mistake, and tells them that he thinks that they aren’t what he was looking for. Brock then grabs the mini camera and microphone from one of the Moppet’s hats, and calls out to the Monarch so that he can send back his two Moppets to his house. The Monarch, after realizing that Brock found out about his spies, jumps out of his couch and ducks. Dr. Mrs. the Monarch, who is still sitting down eating her TV dinner, tells the Monarch that she told him that this was going to happen. The Monarch tells her to be quiet and to duck. Brock, after he asks the Monarch to send back his spies, tells the Monarch that Dr. Venture misses him [the Monarch] and that he [Dr. Venture] cries himself to sleep every night because of it. The Monarch asks Brock if Dr. Venture really does do this. Brock tells him that he does.
Inside another stage at the Venture compound, we see Pirate Captain and all three the Order of the Triad members wearing pirate costumes. Pirate Captain tells them to yell out “ghost” when he comes out. The Alchemist asks Pirate Captain why they can’t be the ghosts, seeing as they have more experience with them, and that it’s a waste of talent and magic. Pirate Captain tells them that he only has one ghost costume, and that he has many pirate costumes to share. Brock comes along wearing a Mummy-Yeti costume. Brock tells them that he’s sorry he came late and asks them where Dr. Venture is at. He tells them that he has something else to do. Jonny Quest then comes along, reading off of his pamphlet. Brock helps him on stage. Jonny complains that he’s going to be starring along someone else, a “special guest” .He tells everyone that he doesn’t act with “special anyone."
Tim-Tom and Kevin are riding along on the highway while they are receiving an angry message from the Monarch. The Monarch calls them worthless failures since they couldn’t even handle a mission as simple as reconnaissance. The Moppets and the Monarch then see Sgt. Hatred’s hover tank. The Monarch becomes upset that Sgt. Hatred is going to ruin his day. He tells Dr. Mrs. the Monarch that this is even worse then watching her have sex with another man. Dr. Mrs. the Monarch tells him that it wasn’t her idea. The Monarch tells her that he thought watching her do it with another man would somehow make him more aroused, but it instead caused him a “double the embarrassment."
Back at the Venture compound, Dean is sitting down waiting to watch the play. When Triana creeps by and intentionally surprises him. This frightens Dean, and Triana tells him she’s sorry, and that she didn’t think he would react like his. She asks him who he thought she was. Dean tells her he’s sorry and that he thought she was Hank’s new “boy friend.” Triana presumably thinks Hank had really “came out of the closet." As Triana sits down on one of the chairs, Hank explains to Triana that Hank’s new friend Dermott is rude and self-centered. Triana then tells Dean that he, Dean, sometimes looks “cute." Dean tries to compliment her back but is interrupted by Hank’s new friend, Dermott. Hank and Dermott come walking by and sit near Triana and Dean. Dermott asks them if they were talking about their “periods," and tells them not to mind them. Dean looks away and seems to be very angry at Dermott.
Back at the stage, we see Brock, the Order of the Triad, Jonny Quest and Pirate Captain rehashing the script. Dr. Venture comes running along and almost trips and falls as he gets to the stage. Brock grabs him by his shirt at the last second. Dr. Venture tells him that he almost fell because of the loafer shoes he’s wearing. The Alchemist asks Dr. Venture where he was. Dr. Venture tells him that he was “cooking up something in his lab." The Alchemist tells him that they were keeping their crowd waiting with the Order’s safety tips. All of a sudden an old bald man by the name of Dr. Z comes by. [Dr. Z is a parody Dr. Quest’s archenemy Dr. Zin] Dr. Z calls out to Action Jonny and asks him to give him a hug. While he calls him he tells him that he’s his uncle. Jonny becomes nervous and asks around if this surprise is some kind of joke, and if his father put them up to this. Jonny starts to beat and cry on Dr. Z’s chest. Dr. Z tells them to keep Jonny off of him, because he’s crazy. Dr. Venture asks Brock to handle this, and if he could go cool him off or give him a Zima. Brock grabs Jonny, who is till crying and emotional, and carries him off to, presumably, the house. Dr. Z tells Dr. Venture that he thought told him that it would be fine if he could join them. Dr. Z tells Dr. Venture that he got there and he sees Jonny is still on drugs. Dr. Z then puts on a show for the kids acting like a super villain again. The kids all cheer at him. Dr. Z then takes a bow and goes back to Dr. Venture. Dr. Z then tells Dr. Venture that he was told that Jonny was off of drugs now. Dr. Venture tells him that he has been off of drugs for at least a month, but Jonny is still hooked on Zanex. Dr. Venture reassures Dr. Z that that Jonny will be fine. Dr. Venture tells Dr. Z that he should go to his helicopter and do a few tricks with it. Dr. Z asks Dr. Venture if he can shoot at Jonny or if he can throw scorpions at him. Dr. Venture tells him that he can’t.
Back at the seats where Dean, Triana, Hank and Dermott are at, Dermott tells Hank that he thinks that Dr. Z can beat up Hank’s father’s “boyfriend," Brock. Dean asks him who he’s talking about. He replies by telling that he was referring to the man in “bunny costume." Triana steps in and tells him how dorky he is and sounds, and the way he is acting is the total opposite of what he really is. As Triana tells him off, Dean gets angry and starts to hyperventilate. Dermott comments to Triana that she’s lucky that she looks like a “Suicide Girl." Dean interrupts him, and yells at him, telling him that “that’s not how to treat a lady!" Dermott tells Dean that he’s surprised he finally spoke. Dermott then invites Triana to go lay naked on his bed while he kicks his boyfriend's butt. Before he can finish, Dean strikes at him and throws him to the ground, beating him continuously. Dean throws punches to his face and acts less tough each time. After a few direct punches, Dean starts to cry but as he still punches him, saliva and tears drip off of his face.
On the stage, Dr. Z and Dr. Venture view the fight, along with every kid that’s sitting close to them. Dr. Z tells Dr. Venture that that kid, Dean, is a “spinning murder top” and asks him if he’s sure he’s really his. Dr. Venture yells out to Dean to stop beating the kid up, but Brock stops him. Brock tells him that they are only kids and that they should let them work things out by themselves. As Dean continuously punches Dermott, Sgt. Hatred’s hover tank comes roaming by and knocks down the fence. Sgt. Hatred’s voice is then heard coming from the tank, telling Dr. Venture who he is, and he welcomes Dr. Venture to “burning hell." A few of Sgt. Hatred’s soldiers comes off of the tank carrying flamethrowers. These soldiers start to burn a shrub near Dr. Venture Sr.’s statue. Dr. Venture asks himself “why now?" Brock goes running into action, pouncing at the first soldier he sees and starts to hit him on his head. Sgt. Hared asks Dr. Venture to call off Brock through his megaphone. Brock is still brutally punching the same trooper he started with. Dr. Venture comes along and tells him that his costume is rented, and that he’s getting blood all over it. Brock tells him that “he” had started it. Sgt. Hatred tells Brock that he can’t go around killing his henchmen like that. A gang of kids that kick him in the shins interrupts the Sergeant. Sgt. Hatred then tells Dr. Venture that he has to call off the kids to stop kicking him, and reminds him that he has a court order to stay away from “sexy” kids. Dr. Venture tells the kids to move along and that they had enough fun “vanquishing” the villain. Dr. Venture asks the kids if the play they are supposedly participating in is the best one they’ve ever seen before. He then asks the children to go back to their seats. Sgt. Hatred tells Dr. Venture that they have to start “getting on the same page," because he is only doing a minor hunching for that day, and no one was supposed to get hurt. Dr. Venture tells him that he can’t just come barging in expecting a great welcome. Dr. Venture tells him that he’s running a day camp for the day. Sgt. Hatred takes his clipboard out and shows Dr. Venture that he had scheduled an arching session for the day at “Wednesday at 5:30." Sgt. Hatred tells Dr. Venture that he had even signed it. Dr. Venture then grabs the clipboard. As Dr. Venture grabs the clipboard off of Sgt. Hatred’s hands, he apologizes for Brock’s actions. He tells him that Brock isn’t as good with children as he is. Dr. Venture then starts to read off of the clipboard. He tells him that it says “5:30AM." Dr. Venture gives back the clipboard to the Sergeant. Sgt Hatred tells him that the “A” in “AM” looks like a “fancy P." He tells Dr. Venture that he understands. After this, Sgt. Hatred calls his troops to get back inside his “Malice tank." He then calls one of his privates to go to him. The private. arrives and Sgt. Hatred tells him to ask his fellow soldiers where they want to go to eat. He then tells the private that he’s up for soup, and asks him to see if “Au Bon Pan” is okay with the rest of them. Sgt. Hatred goes back to Dr. Venture and gives him his clipboard to Dr. Venture and asks him to sign where he needs to sign. He tells Dr. Venture that he might as well sign it “calling it an arch for the day." He also tells him that he could use the comments section to tell them that he was menacing enough for the day. Dr. Z then comes out and compliments Sgt. Hatred on the menacing arching that was going around. Dr. Z tells them that it took him back to the good old days. Sgt. Hatred then takes off his hat and tells himself that he can’t believe that Dr. Z is there. Sgt. Hatred compliments Dr. Z by telling him how much he loves his work as a super-villain. They then talk about a few of Dr. Z’s greatest moments and how this inspired Sgt. Hatred. He also tells him that he can’t believe Dr. Z killed off his own number two sidekick. Dr. Z tells the Sgt that “he met his last blunder." Sgt. Hatred tells Dr. Venture that he needs to take photos of his hero. Sgt. Hatred calls one of his henchmen to get his surveillance equipment for him.
We then see a montage-like scene were we see several photos of people being taken.
1st photo is of Sgt. Hatred giving a fake punch of Dr. Z as they both smile.
2nd picture is of Triana looking at Dean’s muscles.
3rd picture is of Brock and Dermott giving thumbs up to the camera. Dermott is shown to have been badly beaten up.
4th we see Pirate Captain and a few of Sgt. Hatred’s henchmen. Pirate Captain is doing a “Captain Morgan” pose.
5th we see Jefferson Twilight wearing a Rusty Venture T-shirt.
6th we see Hank putting Billy's hand in warm water. Billy, after getting mauled by the gorilla, is lying inside the Venture compound’s med-lab.
7th we see the Alchemist and Dr. Orpheus magically levitating a kid who was sitting on a chair.
8th we see Dr. Venture, in his lab, trying not to be photographed.
Outside the Venture estate, as the sky turns dark, we see cars leaving the compound. Pete White is shown taking Billy away. Pete tells Brock to keep an eye out for Billy’s hand. Brock tells Pete that he’s sure it will turn up somewhere. We hear a car beep and a kid that was next to Brock leaves. Before this kid leaves he gives thanks to Brock for the self-defense lessons he gave them. Then, a couple of parents come walking by asking Brock if he’d seen their child, Kyle. Dr. Venture comes walking out holding a clone baby. He gives the clone to his parents. The parents of the boy ask Dr. Venture if Kyle all right. Dr. Venture explains to them that he had shaved his head for a potato sack race they had, to make the boy more aerodynamic. He tells the parents that the boy had won the completion, and since he had won, they poured “victory plasma” over him. The parents then walk away with their child. Brock asks him if he had really made them a clone. He tells Brock that he should have seen the boy’s DNA, because the boy would have grow up to have cancer. He tells Brock that he did the couple a favor by fixing his son’s DNA.
A few steps away, we see Hank and Dermott talking about hair products. Hank asks him if they even make “short and sassy shampoo” anymore. Dermott tells him that they don’t, because of the active ingredients in those lines of shampoos are the same ones used to make napalm. We then hear car beep. Dermott tells Hank that it’s his mom, and that he has to go now. Hank, before Dermott leaves, calls out to him, and asks him if he’s going to “call him or do whatever friends do." Dermott tells him that they will and that they’ll hangout once in a while. Dermott then says goodbye to Hank, and Hank says goodbye to Dermott.
Inside Dermot’s car we see a silhouette of Dermott’s mother. Dermott’s mother, talking in a distinct accent, asks Dermott if he saw the person he was sent there to see. Dermott tells her that he did, and that he was “okay." He then asks her if she’s sure if he’s his real father.
Back inside the Monarch’s new house we see Dr. Mrs. the Monarch greeting both Moppets after their day’s work. The Moppets ask her how they did. Dr. Mrs. the Monarch tells them that they did just as she asked them to do, and that her little Moppets were perfect as always. Dr. Mrs. the Monarch then tells them to give her a hug. The Moppets, in a creepy way, tell her that they like hugging her and especially like hugging her in her new costume. Dr. Mrs. the Monarch then tells them it’s time to stop. As she tells them this they are shown moving their hands and touching her back in a creepy way.
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