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The timeline of events that occur on the animated television series The Venture Bros. can be slippery and difficult to follow. Below is the established chronology as determined from episodes of the show, interviews with show creators Jackson Publick and Doc Hammer, and any other official sources.

Timeline

1902

1907

1910

1952

1958

  • The Guild of Calamitous Intent signs the Guild Non-Assail Pact of 1958. Paragraph 20, Line 17, regarding Employer's Rights to a Deserter, covers the subject of "Service Abandonment".[5]

1959

1960

1962

1963

1966

1967

1968

1969

1970

1971

1973

1976

1977

  • June 23, 1977: Venturion strangles a young Rusty Venture following a glitch in his programming brought on by memories of young Malcom and Rusty playing together. Kano twists his old friend and former partner Venturion's head off to prevent injury to Rusty, afterward taking a vow of silence as penance.[3][16]
  • Summer 1977: A drunk Dr. Z attempts to vandalize the Venture compound with Shrill Spector and Scary Nilsson, instead finding the discarded remains of Venturion in a dumpster. He reassembles the cyborg, erases his memories, and reprograms him for calamitous intent, renaming him Vendata.[16]

1978

  • Jonas Venture Sr. invites honorary gold star Rusty Venture Fan Club members from the local orphanage to visit his brand-new, state-of-the-art fallout shelter, where they (and Paul Entmann) inadvertently become trapped for around three decades due to the machinations of the artificial intelligence M.U.T.H.E.R.[24]

1979

  • Rusty Venture receives a medallion, winning "Science Prize '79" for a paper he wrote about gravity.[25]

1980

1987

1988

1989

1990

1994

  • Pete White enjoys a drunken shirtless Spring Break in Cancun.[3]

1998

2003

2004

2006

2008

Trivia

Dr. Thaddeus "Rusty" Venture

The Action Man

Master Billy Quizboy

Hank and Dean Venture

  • Hank and Dean Venture turn 16 years old in the Season 2 episode Hate Floats. Hank notes that the birthdate on his ID card appears to be incorrect, which is the result of his current clone self being younger than the original version of Hank.
  • Myra Brandish says the boys are 19 years old in the Season 2 episode I Know Why the Caged Bird Kills, implying that the current clones of Hank and Dean Venture are three years younger than the original Hank and Dean that Myra knew as babies.
  • Hank is four minutes older than Dean Venture.[38]

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