|First Episode||The Buddy System|
|Voiced By||Doc Hammer|
|Relatives|| Nikki Fictell (Mother)|
Margaret. Fictel (Grandmother, adopted mother)
Dermott Fictel is a stereotypical punk. He's confrontational, resentful of authority and "macho". He often brags of accomplishments, such as his hands being registered as lethal weapons or teaching a ninjitsu class (he actually wears the padded clothing for a rape prevention class). He also projects the attitude of a 'ladies man', even though his only known interaction with a girl was with Triana, where he just made lewd comments and insulted her. His pseudo-machismo, penchant for hiding things in his rectum, and almost clinging nature towards Hank (as well as general indifference to actual women) leads many fans to believe that he is a closeted homosexual. Dermott also has a fake girlfriend who he describes as a model who lives 'upstate'.
Relationships With Other CharactersEdit
Hank and Dermott became best friends on their first meeting. They share many interests, including rock music and formed a band, "Shallow Gravy" with Dermott on vocals, Hank on guitar/bass, and H.E.L.P.eR being used for percussion. Dermott occasionally becomes frustrated by Hank's naivete. He tends to stick very close to Hank's side and even sneaks into his bedroom un-announced. Neither of them are aware that they're half-brothers (Hank was once, but had his memory erased).
Dean and Dermott shared a contentious relationship early on, culminating in Dean attacking Dermott after he insulted Triana. Since then they've settled into a quiet dislike for one another. Dermott even attempted to help Dean win back Triana's favor after an embarrasing fight at the Venture homeschool P.R.O.M. Like Hank neither are aware they are really half brothers
Thaddeus has mildly open disdain for Dermott, viewing him as a hooligan. Dermott tends to react with indifference. He also was not aware of his relation to Dermott, but apparently found out during the jacket special near the end, as he recognized his last name and refused to continue an interview, he also is seen trying to discipline him at the begining of the halloween special, stating "I have my reasons" when doctor orpheus asked him why.
Dermott believes that he is Brock's son, unaware that he's actually the son of Thaddeus Venture, it seems that Brock is one of the few who know the truth about Dermott's parentage that doesn't have his memory erased.
- Perchance to Dean
- The Better Man