Venture Bros. Season 6 Trailer Breakdown, Scene-by-Scene

A few people called for a trailer breakdown of this Venture Bros. teaser, advertising its Season 6 premiere early next year. Since the Star Wars and James Bond trailers got so many breakdowns and analyses, I thought it only fitting that a momentous series, with an almost compulsive need to reference Star Wars and James Bond, should get at least a quick rundown. (More info can probably be gleaned from the discussion and excerpts shown at the Dragon*Con panel, but I haven't delved too deep into that yet.)

Be warned that MAJOR SPOILERS for previous seasons are referenced below, as well as wild speculation about details found in the trailer! Spoiler Alert!

The Season 5 Epilogue

We should start with a quick recap of what we saw in the earlier teaser released online, dubbed a Special Epilogue for Season 5:

The family seems to have made a permanent move to New York City, considering the Venture compound is burnt to the ground, and J.J. left a lot in the big city.

The family seems to have made a permanent move to New York City, considering the Venture compound is burnt to the ground, and J.J. left a lot in the big city.

Brock is moving someone unconscious over his shoulder, Sgt. Vatred is pointing with assumed authority, and Hank is impressed with something Doc and Dean are not. Familiar sights.

Brock is moving someone unconscious over his shoulder, Sgt. Vatred is pointing with assumed authority, and Hank is impressed with something Doc and Dean are not. Familiar sights.

Hank has a new job and uniform? Brock has a turtleneck? Pete has to mix things? And Doc has to yell into his watch? Suspense!

Hank has a new job and uniform? Brock has a turtleneck? Pete has to mix things? And Doc has to yell into his watch? Suspense!

Dean may not be emo anymore, but he's still sad.

Dean may not be emo anymore, but he's still sad.

Brock darts Dean. Might not be the absolute worst way to counteract Dean's staple panic atacks.

Brock darts Dean. Might not be the absolute worst way to counteract Dean's staple panic atacks.

Billy Quizboy is caught up in something while Pete White prepares his costume. Are they in full protagonist mode to face their arch?

Billy Quizboy is caught up in something while Pete White prepares his costume. Are they in full protagonist mode to face their arch?

Seems like it! But Augustus St. Cloud has got the upper hand on them at the moment. Also, Pete has apparently made his self-referential Pink Pilgrim comment from The Invisible Hand of Fate into a full-on protagonist persona.

Seems like it! But Augustus St. Cloud has got the upper hand on them at the moment. Also, Pete has apparently made his self-referential Pink Pilgrim comment from The Invisible Hand of Fate into a full-on protagonist persona.

Gary dodges some green beams in the cluttered Monarch family brownstone, still retaining his learned, cat-like reflexes.

Gary dodges some green beams in the cluttered Monarch family brownstone, still retaining his learned, cat-like reflexes.

Another flashback to the glory days of Team Venture as they raid Scaramantula's lair on Spider Skull Island. Since when was there a window in the lair for them to conveniently crash their car through? (Did they drive to the island?!)

Another flashback to the glory days of Team Venture as they raid Scaramantula's lair on Spider Skull Island. Since when was there a window in the lair for them to conveniently crash their car through? (Did they drive to the island?!)

Brock and Vatred get to work together again, and I'm sure they both have mixed feelings about it.

Brock and Vatred get to work together again, and I'm sure they both have mixed feelings about it.

But they get to pull off a fancy B.A.S.E. jump across the street from a wealthy tech industrialist's headquarters, like any respectable spy.

But they get to pull off a fancy B.A.S.E. jump across the street from a wealthy tech industrialist's headquarters, like any respectable spy.

The Season 6 Teaser

And now on to the main event, the Venture Bros Season 6 trailer, once again set to Fumblestealth by J.G. Thirlwell. Before Doc Hammer & Jackson Publick's signature gag of twirling titles over an encroaching skull, we get confirmation that season 6 starts with what the Season 5 epilogue layed out:

Doc is in shock at J.J.'s funeral, after learning that his much more successful and handsome vestigial brother has left Doc his massive corporation in his passing. The family heads to NYC!

Doc is in shock at J.J.'s funeral, after learning that his much more successful and handsome vestigial brother has left Doc his massive corporation in his passing. The family heads to NYC!

Dr. Venture scolds someone in front of a fancy house. This might be the new Venture house, as it shows up in several different shots. His communicator watch looks upgraded as well, not to mention the new speedsuit.

Dr. Venture scolds someone in front of a fancy house. This might be the new Venture house, as it shows up in several different shots. His communicator watch looks upgraded as well, not to mention the new speedsuit.

This potentially lethal fight between Brock and a new character takes place at the same location, as evidenced by the wider shots:

This potentially lethal fight between Brock and a new character takes place at the same location, as evidenced by the wider shots:

Some have noticed that this Captain America and American Maid mash-up bears a little resemblance to passed-on Monarch henchman Speedy. Perhaps it is him, as Gary's visions of the afterlife, in which Speedy appeared as an apparent ghost, could easily have been yet another hallucination. Speculation abounds about this character's inevitably pun-based name. (Stars and Garters is the best guess I've heard.) You can probably come up with a few innuendos the archer-looking character in the bottom left corner could be named after.

Some have noticed that this Captain America and American Maid mash-up bears a little resemblance to passed-on Monarch henchman Speedy. Perhaps it is him, as Gary's visions of the afterlife, in which Speedy appeared as an apparent ghost, could easily have been yet another hallucination. Speculation abounds about this character's inevitably pun-based name. (Stars and Garters is the best guess I've heard.) You can probably come up with a few innuendos the archer-looking character in the bottom left corner could be named after.

Another shot of this new character, elsewhere in New York.  

Another shot of this new character, elsewhere in New York.  

Another view of the fancy new house, already on fire, with Brock and Hank (in white pajamas? can he really give up the Aquaman underoos?) in the back.

Another view of the fancy new house, already on fire, with Brock and Hank (in white pajamas? can he really give up the Aquaman underoos?) in the back.

And finally another view on the house. This is one of the most interesting shots in the trailer for me. Brock is alongside what looks like Ward, Watch, and Gen. Gathers(?) dressed up as old school Dean, Hank, and Doc. It hints to me that there are some sort of joint training exercises or simulations run with the cooperation of OSI and the Guild, teasing the more conspiratorial ends of the Venture universe.

And finally another view on the house. This is one of the most interesting shots in the trailer for me. Brock is alongside what looks like Ward, Watch, and Gen. Gathers(?) dressed up as old school Dean, Hank, and Doc. It hints to me that there are some sort of joint training exercises or simulations run with the cooperation of OSI and the Guild, teasing the more conspiratorial ends of the Venture universe.

Dr. Mrs. the Monarch meets with Gen. Gathers in a New York park. They both seem undercover, as Sheila is wrapped in black with big sunglasses, and Gathers is in his old civilian clothes. Is this maybe the origin of the OSI-Guild training exercise we may have glimpsed?

Dr. Mrs. the Monarch meets with Gen. Gathers in a New York park. They both seem undercover, as Sheila is wrapped in black with big sunglasses, and Gathers is in his old civilian clothes. Is this maybe the origin of the OSI-Guild training exercise we may have glimpsed?

Frankly, I'm getting kind of sick of these fan-service-y shots of Dr. Mrs. The Monarch, especially in the season trailers. She's one of the most capable characters in the whole Venture universe. She doesn't always need to be dressing or undressing in the show's ads. But this does show she's getting ready for some fancy outing, in a fancy new dress, in a fancy place. So it seems she's doing well, likely with the Guild's help.

Frankly, I'm getting kind of sick of these fan-service-y shots of Dr. Mrs. The Monarch, especially in the season trailers. She's one of the most capable characters in the whole Venture universe. She doesn't always need to be dressing or undressing in the show's ads. But this does show she's getting ready for some fancy outing, in a fancy new dress, in a fancy place. So it seems she's doing well, likely with the Guild's help.

Dr. Mrs. The Monarch, still in her old costume, probably just taking the lead in Guild business in the new Council of 13 aboard Meteor Majeure?

Dr. Mrs. The Monarch, still in her old costume, probably just taking the lead in Guild business in the new Council of 13 aboard Meteor Majeure?

Dr. Phineas Phage seems to accuse Dr. Mrs. The Monarch, Dragoon/Red Mantle, Dr. Z, and/or Radical Left of something. Perhaps he disapproves of the direction the new Council of 13 wants to take The Guild? Nat King Cobra(?) seems unimpressed. I'm not sure what the other characters are called, but the FDR-looking one in the bottom-left popped up in Bot Seeks Bot, and in the commentary they name him as Franklin Delano Disco.

Dr. Phineas Phage seems to accuse Dr. Mrs. The Monarch, Dragoon/Red Mantle, Dr. Z, and/or Radical Left of something. Perhaps he disapproves of the direction the new Council of 13 wants to take The Guild? Nat King Cobra(?) seems unimpressed. I'm not sure what the other characters are called, but the FDR-looking one in the bottom-left popped up in Bot Seeks Bot, and in the commentary they name him as Franklin Delano Disco.

BRRRRICK FROG! Sorry, where was I? A bunch of old villains show up again for this Guild meeting, but don't seem too enthusiastic about it. There's a few older villains that haven't quite been named yet, but we also have Flying Squid, Brick Frog, Dr. Phineas Phage, Franklin Delano Disco, Intangible Fancy, Vain Gloria, Scorpio, Omega Ape, and Storm Front. Are we witnessing the start of a mass exodus of unsatisfied villains from the new Guild?

BRRRRICK FROG!

Sorry, where was I? A bunch of old villains show up again for this Guild meeting, but don't seem too enthusiastic about it. There's a few older villains that haven't quite been named yet, but we also have Flying Squid, Brick Frog, Dr. Phineas Phage, Franklin Delano Disco, Intangible Fancy, Vain Gloria, Scorpio, Omega Ape, and Storm Front. Are we witnessing the start of a mass exodus of unsatisfied villains from the new Guild?

Dr. Mrs. The Monarch is pissed about something, but she has some sort of new Guild uniform too, complete with yet another Jackie O. styled hat, I presume? It's been pointed out to me that the hate actually resembles a German visor cap. Complete with a grey aiguillette on her shoulder, this new uniform suggests a harsher, more militaristic tone to the Guild.

Dr. Mrs. The Monarch is pissed about something, but she has some sort of new Guild uniform too, complete with yet another Jackie O. styled hat, I presume? It's been pointed out to me that the hate actually resembles a German visor cap. Complete with a grey aiguillette on her shoulder, this new uniform suggests a harsher, more militaristic tone to the Guild.

Dr. Mrs. The Monarch tries to bring The Monarch and his crew further into The Guild, and help him work his way up.

Dr. Mrs. The Monarch tries to bring The Monarch and his crew further into The Guild, and help him work his way up.

The Monarch clan seems to have to deal with another new character. His build and dress make me think he's a sort of mob boss or lawyer type character, like Kingpin or Monstroso. But this shot doesn't let you see his most telling characteristic...

The Monarch clan seems to have to deal with another new character. His build and dress make me think he's a sort of mob boss or lawyer type character, like Kingpin or Monstroso. But this shot doesn't let you see his most telling characteristic...

He has a blowhole! According to the Dragon*Con panel, he's a New York villain named Wide Whale and he's creepy. Him roughing up The Monarch reinforces his Monstroso vibe. Definitely much more dangerous than gentle Dr. Dugong.

He has a blowhole! According to the Dragon*Con panel, he's a New York villain named Wide Whale and he's creepy. Him roughing up The Monarch reinforces his Monstroso vibe. Definitely much more dangerous than gentle Dr. Dugong.

The Monarch sifting through some fancy suits in a nice place. This isn't his family brownstone, so maybe Dr. Mrs The Monarch's Guild connections really do help him move on up?

The Monarch sifting through some fancy suits in a nice place. This isn't his family brownstone, so maybe Dr. Mrs The Monarch's Guild connections really do help him move on up?

But The Monarch and Gary still have to work as Guild Strangers. Or are they undercover? Who are they visiting?

But The Monarch and Gary still have to work as Guild Strangers. Or are they undercover? Who are they visiting?

Regardless, Gary continues his tradition of bugging his boss while he's on the phone.

Regardless, Gary continues his tradition of bugging his boss while he's on the phone.

Gary killing time at The Monarch's brownstone. He must be getting bored not being able to take down someone deserving.

Gary killing time at The Monarch's brownstone. He must be getting bored not being able to take down someone deserving.

Another new character, a medusa, gets a a green laser to the face. The boxes show us this is also in the Monarch's brownstone. So this character is likely with Gary in the shot seen in the epilogue with the same green laser, unless there's a shapeshifter or something.

Another new character, a medusa, gets a a green laser to the face. The boxes show us this is also in the Monarch's brownstone. So this character is likely with Gary in the shot seen in the epilogue with the same green laser, unless there's a shapeshifter or something.

Col. Gentlemen enjoys biscuits with his tea, while his aged, feeble dog sullenly stares. At least this time he doesn't have a model of the USS Indianapolis on his back.

Col. Gentlemen enjoys biscuits with his tea, while his aged, feeble dog sullenly stares. At least this time he doesn't have a model of the USS Indianapolis on his back.

A nice dinner amongst the remaining Team Venture is interrupted? The Action Man seems upset about a comment Col. Gentleman has made, while Rose Whalen (AKA Triple Threat) looks on and Doc smirks. Maybe they're recounting a past Venture escapade...

A nice dinner amongst the remaining Team Venture is interrupted? The Action Man seems upset about a comment Col. Gentleman has made, while Rose Whalen (AKA Triple Threat) looks on and Doc smirks. Maybe they're recounting a past Venture escapade...

A good ol' fashioned flashback to the good ol' fashioned Team Venture, caught in the web of a mechanical spider. Considering the flashback we saw in the epilogue, they're probably in the lair of-

A good ol' fashioned flashback to the good ol' fashioned Team Venture, caught in the web of a mechanical spider. Considering the flashback we saw in the epilogue, they're probably in the lair of-

Scaramantula! This is the first I've noticed that he only has five fingers on his left hand.

Scaramantula! This is the first I've noticed that he only has five fingers on his left hand.

A new take on Brock's old, striped black shirt? It almost looks Western-styled. He keeps his communicator watch though, indicating a renewed closeness to the Venture family.

A new take on Brock's old, striped black shirt? It almost looks Western-styled. He keeps his communicator watch though, indicating a renewed closeness to the Venture family.

OSI Brock is back to annoying security personnel, but this time, they're Venture Techno Industries security personnel, probably named Sgt. Vatred. Is this before or after their team parachuting mission?

OSI Brock is back to annoying security personnel, but this time, they're Venture Techno Industries security personnel, probably named Sgt. Vatred. Is this before or after their team parachuting mission?

Hank and Dean go through further changes as they age. Of course, Hank can't avoid a chance to dress up in another Venture-branded uniform and let his hair grow out a bit. While it looks like a jumpsuit, another shot shows that it's a jacket, and it's actually based on Bruce Campbell's character Hank's outfit in The Love Bug. Dean seems to like his new sweater vest and suit, Prof. Impossible-styled outfit quite a bit.

Hank and Dean go through further changes as they age. Of course, Hank can't avoid a chance to dress up in another Venture-branded uniform and let his hair grow out a bit. While it looks like a jumpsuit, another shot shows that it's a jacket, and it's actually based on Bruce Campbell's character Hank's outfit in The Love Bug. Dean seems to like his new sweater vest and suit, Prof. Impossible-styled outfit quite a bit.

Beefamato? Oh god. Is this the start of another Venture boys gross drink challenge? This room is decorated pretty similarly to their room in the now-burnt Venture compound.

Beefamato? Oh god. Is this the start of another Venture boys gross drink challenge? This room is decorated pretty similarly to their room in the now-burnt Venture compound.

Brock and Hank get in some of their standard, memorable back-and-forths again, by the looks of it.

Brock and Hank get in some of their standard, memorable back-and-forths again, by the looks of it.

Doc isn't happy about something Hank did. Maybe it's the new Caesar haircut? Or the necklace?

Doc isn't happy about something Hank did. Maybe it's the new Caesar haircut? Or the necklace?

Brock is happy to speak to Hank again, holding some sort of tablet device, or binoculars maybe?

Brock is happy to speak to Hank again, holding some sort of tablet device, or binoculars maybe?

Hank (in his new work uniform?) tries to pull off what I assume is the "jump off a ledge nonchalantly only to rise up on an aircraft" bit on someone he's trying to woo.

Hank (in his new work uniform?) tries to pull off what I assume is the "jump off a ledge nonchalantly only to rise up on an aircraft" bit on someone he's trying to woo.

Casear-cut Hank rides on the back of some masked, Indiana Jones type's motorcycle. Is this the start of yet another Hank boy crush on a powerful older man? Let's just hope it goes better than Captain Sunshine.

Casear-cut Hank rides on the back of some masked, Indiana Jones type's motorcycle. Is this the start of yet another Hank boy crush on a powerful older man? Let's just hope it goes better than Captain Sunshine.

The biker guy definitely has some moves, though. The fire behind his bike, combined with-

The biker guy definitely has some moves, though. The fire behind his bike, combined with-

-this red Grim Reaper-type, make me think there's some kind of Ghost Rider-esque story awaiting Hank in New York. It also makes me painfully aware of what Hammer and Publick made known at NYCC: Don't expect any Order of the Triad this season.

-this red Grim Reaper-type, make me think there's some kind of Ghost Rider-esque story awaiting Hank in New York. It also makes me painfully aware of what Hammer and Publick made known at NYCC: Don't expect any Order of the Triad this season.

Dean seems to have chosen Stuyvesant University, I'm guessing a hipster-filled Brooklyn school, over State University.

Dean seems to have chosen Stuyvesant University, I'm guessing a hipster-filled Brooklyn school, over State University.

Nathan Fillion's Brown Widow apparently attends S.U. as well, as he's accosted by a blond bully called Tosh Tompkins, bearing a very slight resemblance to Spiderman villain The Sandman, while showing Dean around campus. Tompkins' name might be a reference to a more obscure boxing manager character in the Spiderman comics with some tangential connections to the Osborns. More likely, he's a Flash Thompson stand-in.

Nathan Fillion's Brown Widow apparently attends S.U. as well, as he's accosted by a blond bully called Tosh Tompkins, bearing a very slight resemblance to Spiderman villain The Sandman, while showing Dean around campus. Tompkins' name might be a reference to a more obscure boxing manager character in the Spiderman comics with some tangential connections to the Osborns. More likely, he's a Flash Thompson stand-in.

Despite the impressive feats we saw Brown Widow pull off in Bright Lights, Dean City, he seems to not have the best control over his powers. The bully teacher Tosh also has a similar hairstyle to the "Stars and Garters" character above.

Despite the impressive feats we saw Brown Widow pull off in Bright Lights, Dean City, he seems to not have the best control over his powers. The bully teacher Tosh also has a similar hairstyle to the "Stars and Garters" character above.

Dean wakes up in a fright, in an S.U. sweater, with Brock over him. 

Dean wakes up in a fright, in an S.U. sweater, with Brock over him. 

Dean, in the same room (maybe his dorm room?), freaking out and lifting and tossing Brock with some kind of super strength. Is he struggling with new Spiderman-esque powers? Does science research at S.U. put students near enough to radioactive spiders to get bit?

Dean, in the same room (maybe his dorm room?), freaking out and lifting and tossing Brock with some kind of super strength. Is he struggling with new Spiderman-esque powers? Does science research at S.U. put students near enough to radioactive spiders to get bit?

Boom! Shore Leave undercover as Brock! I can't tell if he would love this, or hate this, but you can be sure he has strong feelings about it one way or the other! He still can't give up the fingerless gloves, though. Something looks off about Hank and Dean too. They seem a little too ready-for-action, but it may just be the angle of the shot.

Boom! Shore Leave undercover as Brock! I can't tell if he would love this, or hate this, but you can be sure he has strong feelings about it one way or the other! He still can't give up the fingerless gloves, though. Something looks off about Hank and Dean too. They seem a little too ready-for-action, but it may just be the angle of the shot.

The Venture Family make an entrance, perhaps post-shopping spree with their newfound wealth. Maybe Doc finally realizes speedsuits and terrycloth don't always cut it anymore. Dean keeps upgrading his suit, and I'm sure Hank is as close to outfit heaven he can get without his Destiny suit.

The Venture Family make an entrance, perhaps post-shopping spree with their newfound wealth. Maybe Doc finally realizes speedsuits and terrycloth don't always cut it anymore. Dean keeps upgrading his suit, and I'm sure Hank is as close to outfit heaven he can get without his Destiny suit.

Dr. Venture on a train? Can't imagine he'd take a regular train at this point, so perhaps it's some rail system at a Venture Techno Industries compound of some sort.

Dr. Venture on a train? Can't imagine he'd take a regular train at this point, so perhaps it's some rail system at a Venture Techno Industries compound of some sort.

Rusty probably isn't very comfortable with all the press-friendly events he likely has to take over since the passing of his brother. Don't be surprised if this check to the Venture Techno Industries little league team doesn't actually make it to them...

Rusty probably isn't very comfortable with all the press-friendly events he likely has to take over since the passing of his brother. Don't be surprised if this check to the Venture Techno Industries little league team doesn't actually make it to them...

Once again, Dr. Venture is interrupted in one of his brief moments of respite from the chaos he largely helps create. This time, it's in a fancy high-rise bathroom.

Once again, Dr. Venture is interrupted in one of his brief moments of respite from the chaos he largely helps create. This time, it's in a fancy high-rise bathroom.

Doc getting thrown out of a swanky place isn't new either, but the emblem on the doorman's uniform is. Whose organization would have a T and a triangle on it?

Doc getting thrown out of a swanky place isn't new either, but the emblem on the doorman's uniform is. Whose organization would have a T and a triangle on it?

A new X-1?

A new X-1?

With some old school, bright color gradient throttles?

With some old school, bright color gradient throttles?

Sgt. Vatred watches a limo drive away. Could be anything.

Sgt. Vatred watches a limo drive away. Could be anything.

J.J. continues his father's long tradition of filming messages for people to watch after their passing. Maybe a call back to Jonas Sr.'s stargate that the Ventures had to reassemble to get an alien to come kill the Grand Galactic Inquisitor? (Well, no. It's actually J.J.'s old alarm clock that now Doc has to deal with.)

J.J. continues his father's long tradition of filming messages for people to watch after their passing. Maybe a call back to Jonas Sr.'s stargate that the Ventures had to reassemble to get an alien to come kill the Grand Galactic Inquisitor? (Well, no. It's actually J.J.'s old alarm clock that now Doc has to deal with.)

The Pirate Captain doesn't look like he's dealing with J.J.'s death very well. The chaotic hair, strained face, and endless pointing to the neck are signature signs of a dart addict in relapse.

The Pirate Captain doesn't look like he's dealing with J.J.'s death very well. The chaotic hair, strained face, and endless pointing to the neck are signature signs of a dart addict in relapse.

Even though the Guild is under new management, it seems their Strangers are still being deployed for assassinations.

Even though the Guild is under new management, it seems their Strangers are still being deployed for assassinations.

Dr. Venture pays a lot to a closed specialty tailor. Perhaps the beginnings of the family's fancy new outfits? Apparently, he's a Sicilian named Enzo, and Doc has some history with him.

Dr. Venture pays a lot to a closed specialty tailor. Perhaps the beginnings of the family's fancy new outfits? Apparently, he's a Sicilian named Enzo, and Doc has some history with him.

Red Mantle/Dragoon continue some joint hijinks. It looks like maybe they're peering out from behind a gargoyle statue?

Red Mantle/Dragoon continue some joint hijinks. It looks like maybe they're peering out from behind a gargoyle statue?

Established characters appearing in monstrous forms of themselves in dreams or hallucinations is expected of the series at this point. The question is, whose dream or hallucination is it?

Established characters appearing in monstrous forms of themselves in dreams or hallucinations is expected of the series at this point. The question is, whose dream or hallucination is it?

It seems some angry rat villagers are coming to confront their rat king. Maybe it's a social experiment with rats Dean is working on in university, gone horribly wrong? Or is The Monarch picking up new, slightly menacing hobbies these days?

It seems some angry rat villagers are coming to confront their rat king. Maybe it's a social experiment with rats Dean is working on in university, gone horribly wrong? Or is The Monarch picking up new, slightly menacing hobbies these days?

Pete White is fired upon while working on a robot design, perhaps by the very robot he's designing?

Pete White is fired upon while working on a robot design, perhaps by the very robot he's designing?

Billy Quizboy assumedly tries to reason with Rusty, futilely.

Billy Quizboy assumedly tries to reason with Rusty, futilely.

But, as we saw, he does get to don his Quizboy outfit once again for some adventuring against his arch rival.

But, as we saw, he does get to don his Quizboy outfit once again for some adventuring against his arch rival.

But that doesn't save him from having Rusty upset at him again. Quelle surprise.

But that doesn't save him from having Rusty upset at him again. Quelle surprise.

So graphic is Doc's disapproval, that it makes Billy lose his appetite, assumedly on his and Pete White's lunch break from working at Venture Techno Industries.

So graphic is Doc's disapproval, that it makes Billy lose his appetite, assumedly on his and Pete White's lunch break from working at Venture Techno Industries.

But maybe it's okay for Billy and Pete to put up with Doc a little longer. The money is apparently good enough for them to expand Conjectural Technologies' collection of pop culture props by buying Truckasaurus!

But maybe it's okay for Billy and Pete to put up with Doc a little longer. The money is apparently good enough for them to expand Conjectural Technologies' collection of pop culture props by buying Truckasaurus!

Some new sights and some old, innovation and reliability. Let the speculation continue to run wild. If it's not already clear enough, I'm most excited about the reorganization of the Guild, possible dealings between them and the OSI, Doc struggling to handle newfound wealth, Hank and Dean's continued arcs of character growth, Brick Frog!, and of course, Shore Leave dressing up as Brock. Not necessarily in that order.

The premiere of Season 6 airs next year on January 24th.