Brisby", amusement park tycoon Roy Brisby accuses Dr. In "Josh is Going to Hawaii! Another old friend of Dr. He married Major Tom's widow, Jeannie, after Tom's tragic accident. Quymn fall on the box fort in which Rusty and Tara are playing while wildly making love. In the season 4 finale, "Operation: Number 24's powder blue Nissan Stanza becomes the replacement Monarch Mobile after The Monarch's lair is destroyed but is promptly stolen by a fleeing prostitute.
Having witnessed Eita reveal some of his teenage delusions, she believes that Eita and she were a couple in her previous life. He had a habit of waking up Rusty Venture back in the old days by placing an unloaded gun against the sleeping boy's head and pulling the trigger, in which he said "not today, Rusty".
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Venture's various enemies, he develops a fervent desire for a nemesis of his own, and is later given the opportunity when the Guild approves his request for one in the season 2 episode "Fallen Arches", holding a series of interviews for the position.
When not henching, Number 21 runs a comic book hotline, the "Atomic Comic Collection Connection" from his bedroom. White and Billy went to California where they were planning to work for Rusty Venture, however Rusty turned them both away.
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By the end of the episode, he realizes that being a villain is not for him, and quits the ranks of The Monarch. A Hispanic boy and childhood friend of Rusty Venture. He and Samson then work together to defeat Monstroso, a common enemy.
Dermott is a compulsive liar and frequently interjects wild, and often clearly false claims about his abilities and past deeds into unrelated conversations.
He is a pastiche of the superhero Blade and the blaxploitation movie protagonist Shaft with a voice very closely resembling Samuel L. The only survivors being Dr. She eventually falls in love with Eita without actually realizing it, and becomes jealous when he interacts with other girls.
The robot routinely gets smashed to pieces during the course of their adventures, but seems to get repaired by the next show.
Treister reappears in "All this and Gargantua-2", where his frozen body is taken aboard the titular ship and upon being awoken believes that Billy and JJ are aliens and goes on a rampage after misinterpreting them as being hostile.
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