Sunday's Venture Bros., "Assisted Suicide," was a kaleidoscopic journey through the recesses of Rusty's mind. There was a creepy child harem master, encounters with Doc's ego and superego, and lusty game-changing moment with Dr. Girlfriend and Henchman 21.
Even though I liked last week's "Dean gets an internship" episode, it didn't entirely satisfy my cravings for all things Venture. Sure, there was Nathan Fillion, a cadre of crap villains, and Doc's attempts to reinvent Starlight Express, but it seemed too straightforward. There weren't any off-kilter asides or three or four subplots demanding that the viewer keep up.