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If you’ve purchased your copy of the complete first season of [adult swim]’s The Venture Bros. on DVD (and if not, what are you waiting for?), you’re aware that only about half the episodes have audio commentary from the two guys behind the show, Astrobase Go’s own Jackson Publick and Doc Hammer.

As a special gift to you, our Quick Stop readers, Jackson & Doc have sent over a “lost” audio commentary that didn’t make it on to the set, for episode 1×07 – “Home Insecurity”. The commentary was dropped for space issues on the set, as well as a minor technical glitch in the sound.

We’ve done our best to clean things up, because (as anyone who’s heard the commentaries that did make it on to the set will attest) those Astrobase Go guys are hi-larious. I mean, they’re incredibly f***ing funny, particularly in this track (in which you’ll hear a multitude of formative childhood traumas revealed).

All you have to do is download the mp3 below, load up your copy of “Home Insecurity,” and you’ve got your very own Venture Bros. Quickcast commentary… And don’t forget to catch the premiere of Season 2 this Sunday at 10:30pm on [adult swim]…

DOWNLOAD PART 1:
mp3 Format (21.2 MBs)
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One Response to “Quickcast Commentary: The Venture Bros.”

  1. BoJack Says:

    AWESOME post!!!

    This is my all time favorite show, the characters and storylines are vastly superior to just about any other comedic television show (live-action included). This isn’t just a cartoon, it is a whole mythology, with characters worth actually caring about (good guys and bad guys).

    Once upon a time I was going through a real rough patch in my life, and this show helped me through it (as crazy as that sounds). The beauty of the show is that the universe is so complete, there are bits of dialogue referencing little bits of history and characterization spread over multiple episodes that are hilarious to the dedicated watcher (such as Mr. Mostly Mittens and the story of who secretly killed him lol). Foreshadowing is done to perfection. The density makes rewatching episodes extremely worth it, there is almost always some little minute detail to catch. Back about 4 years ago I was having a real hard time with a lot of personal stuff, and I discovered Vbros (late as always) and it just was really amazing, so I started buying DVD’s and renting and recording any new episodes. On good days I’d watch new episodes, on bad days I’d watch old episodes and see some little quirk I had completely missed the first time around, and then the bad day would be a better day because of it. Now that I’m in a better place I find myself sometimes rewatching random episodes in my odd time off and looking back and really appreciating what this show means to me.

    Anyways, thanks for posting this and keeping it up, GO TEAM VENTURE!!!!

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