cartoon comedic gems here that you will want to run outside to tell everyone—just remember to put on underwear this time.
"The Venture Bros." feels like you are viewing what goes on behind the scenes of a comic book. With a mad scientist who mixes indifference and controlling parenting while trying to step out of the huge shadow his father left behind, this show delves into so many layers of dysfunction that Dante's "Inferno" feels like it needs a revision to add about twenty more levels. The politicking between villains and heroes feels like it would fit perfectly in our reality and provides a constant stream of laughter as every single character gets their weaknesses and insecurities put under a microscope for viewers' enjoyment. You need to watch Brock Sampson as the nanny/bodyguard at least once in your life.
If you haven't seen "Aqua Teen Hunger Force" you might be at a loss for some of "Aqua Unit Patrol Squad," so feel free to school yourself on the background but know that there isn't too much to catch up on before you're comfortable in the universe of three talking foodstuffs. Do yourself a favor and watch the episode "The Creditor" to see what the beautifully twisted minds behind this show can do when blending debt and Master Shake. If you aren't scared at how many laughs you're having at Carl's expense, you're one of those rare beautiful snowflakes you read about in hipster coloring books.