The warped misadventures of a former boy genius turned washed-up, middle-aged mad scientist Dr. Rusty Venture; his moronic teenage sons; their maniac bodyguard; and the Doctor's arch-nemeses, incompetent super villain The Monarch and his masculine paramour, Dr. Girlfriend. Written by
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Brock Samson's devotion to Led Zeppelin
surfaces in several episodes. Some references are subtle - when driving the Charger, Brock almost always is listening to facsimile Led Zeppelin songs - while others are more overt, such as Hank rifling through Brock's collection of "Zep" cassette tapes, or Brock drawing the logo of the band's label instead of completing the essay portion of a written exam. He even has a (currently incomplete) tattoo of the label on his arm. See more
Come on! They have one female servicing a large group of males. That implies a species that lays eggs.
Oh my God, you're crazy! They're so obviously mammals!
Please! She'd be in estrus 24/7 if she didn't lay eggs.
Smurfs don't lay eggs! I won't tell you this again! Papa Smurf has a fucking beard! They're mammals!
Rick Lacy is credited as Rick "Danger" Lacy. See more
Referenced in South Park: T.M.I.
Written and Performed by J.G. Thirlwell
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