The episode begins with Dr. Thaddeus "Rusty" Venture fleeing natives in the Amazon bearing a snake-shaped, phallic gold idol, only to be captured by a rope trap. However, he is saved from certain doom by a mysterious and attractive woman, as he blacks out. His dream forms a flashback, at a key party thrown by Dr.
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Dr. Thaddeus S. "Rusty" Venture
Brown Widow used to be into super-science until an accident occurred while he was working on his irradiated spider thesis, giving him his super powers. As a result, he is now capable of shooting webs out of his lower back. He appears again in the season six episode Hostile Makeover , where he is seen giving a group of people a tour of the Stuyvesant University campus. He encounters Dean Venture who had plans to enroll at the University. At first, Dean does not recognize him due to Brown Widow being out of costume until after the latter is humiliated by a rival teacher, Tosh Tompkins , which caused Brown Widow to accidentally deposit a load of webbing inside his clothes.
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Characters from The Venture Bros. This page is for the Venture family and close associates. Overshadowed by his famous-scientist father, Dr. Venture spends most of his time dreaming up ways to make money with his inventions and coming up with get-rich-quick schemes. Abrasive, sarcastic and selfish, he pays very little attention to his sons and depends heavily on his O.
Brock takes Shore Leave back to the Venture compound to root through his old belongings for suitable villain costumes. Brock is taking no time out from his work to celebrate his humanity, because he has so little. To make matters worse, Vendata has chosen to have his dead-end date at the same nightclub where the Council has come to drown their sorrows. How tough are these supervillains, anyway? Just as Rusty and Billy are being admitted to the club, the real Galacticon shows up to troll for rough trade.