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Film School Rejects Interviews Jackson and Doc

Film School Rejects has a nice post-season 5 interview with Jackson and Doc that delves into a lot of creative process stuff, as well as fan interaction, budgets and so on. It's a good interview as it's not the typical set of standard Venture Bros. questions which is something I always appreciate.
Excellent interview. It's not often that an interviewer will ask the boys about particular episodes, so it was nice to have them discussing "O.S.I. Love You" and "Bot Seeks Bot" in particular.
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Aug. 9, 2013, 6:17pm
Awesome interview! I am thrilled at that last question, I just like having this show in my life. I don't mind the long breaks in seasons either, it makes it that much more rewarding when it comes back and gets even better every time.
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Aug. 9, 2013, 6:20pm
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Very nice. I would love to see the sort of stuff Jackson and Doc write back and forth to each other. They have such a great rapport.
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Aug. 10, 2013, 4:57am
Thanks for the link, Mike! Another great Jackson & Doc interview! I hope these guys continue their passion to make more Venture Bros for the next 10 years!
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Aug. 10, 2013, 12:31pm
Or at least until their heart and soul are no longer in it. I'd hate to see the show be the next Simpsons or Family Guy, though I have faith that Doc and JP wouldn't let that ever happen.
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Aug. 11, 2013, 11:17am
I think a huge difference is that the worlds of The Simpsons and Family Guy remain static, which sort of limits what you can do with them (with a few exceptions). They're also smaller scale; everything is centered around a single family. Jackson and Doc have shown that they're not only willing to change things up as far as the world goes, but also they are remarkably good at switching up a character when they become boring. If the show was still a goofy Jonny Quest parody with Hank and Dean failing to understand anything and Brock killing twenty guys every episode it certainly would have gone the way of those shows, but thankfully it did not!
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Aug. 11, 2013, 2:47pm
Damn it, now I'm wishing I had thought of that point for my Hatred piece. Damnit Mike...
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Aug. 11, 2013, 5:55pm
I agree, which is why I have faith that they would never let that happen and why they'll end it when they decide it's time to do so and on their own terms. They'd never keep it going just to milk it for all they can.
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Aug. 11, 2013, 7:30pm
  • by Captain V Bro.
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The way the have continually talked up season six is almost insane.
It has to be the best season... or else now.
The entire season V they talked about how excited they were for six, and all the huge ideas that are flowing into the writing of season six.

It better be fucking amazing!
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Aug. 11, 2013, 7:00pm
Hey, I had a cool idea for the season six title sequence. Have the silhouettes of Hank, Dean AND Dermott running across the screen. Maybe have Dermott have to stop before he reaches the other side as he's winded. Or he has a lighter up his cornhole.
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Aug. 12, 2013, 9:14pm
Today's (8/15) featured picture on Wikipedia is the Monarch butterfly!
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Aug. 15, 2013, 7:15am
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Oct. 8, 2016, 6:58pm
The Venture Bros. Panel from NYCC 2016 is archived on Twitch at the mail channel. Some minor spoilers to follow... Orpheus and Dermott have both been written in to Season 7, though the latter in small doses. They are finishing working on the scripts and they hope to start production in the next month or two. They have said this before but the first episode of Season 7 will act as a finale to Season 6. (Much like how the Gargantua-2 special ended Season 5 on a proper note). They are very conscious that the past two seasons have not had a proper finale and they are trying to fix that in Season 7. While they have not been renewed for a Season 8, they HAVE NOT been cancelled. In fact, they said they are specifically not writing Season 7 as if it were the last one. Finally, The Art of the Venture Bros. is still a go! It has expanded into a much bigger book than they imagined and Ken Plume has been doing the work on it. It has material from all six seasons, and it sounds like an in-depth interview that spans the entire book. Release date and information still to come.


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