List of Dexter's Laboratory episodes

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A young brother and sister pointing remote controls at each other set against a purple laboratory background featuring several animals and yellow bolts of electricity.
Poster for the Dexter's Laboratory pilot on World Premiere Toons.

Dexter's Laboratory is an American animated television series created by Genndy Tartakovsky for Cartoon Network. Initially debuting on February 26, 1995, as a seven-minute World Premiere Toons pilot, it was expanded into a full series after gaining network approval. The first season, which consists of 13 episodes divided into three segments each, premiered on TNT on April 27, 1996[1], and TBS and Cartoon Network on April 28.[2] A second season of 39 episodes followed in 1997. In this season, Allison Moore, the voice actor for Dee Dee, was replaced by Kathryn Cressida. "Last but Not Beast", the second-season finale, was originally supposed to conclude the series in 1998. However, Tartakovsky directed a television movie titled Dexter's Laboratory: Ego Trip which aired on Cartoon Network on December 10, 1999. He left the series after the movie, focusing on his other projects, Samurai Jack and Star Wars: Clone Wars.

Production on a third season began in 2001 with Chris Savino taking over as creative director and later producer. It premiered on November 16, 2001, during Cartoon Network's "Dexter Goes Global" marathon.[3] The third-season episode "Poppa Wheely/A Mom Cartoon/The Mock Side of the Moon" is the first to feature Christine Cavanaugh's replacement Candi Milo as the voice of Dexter. Milo would voice the character from the next episode onward, with the exceptions of "Tele Trauma". A fourth and final season consisting of 13 episodes aired from November 22, 2002, to November 21, 2003. In total there have been 78 episodes and a television movie across 4 seasons. Also released was a controversial unaired episode called "Rude Removal", which was originally only shown at certain comic conventions. The segment was later picked up by Adult Swim and released to the public on January 22, 2013, online.[4]

Series overview[edit]

Season Segments Episodes Originally aired
First aired Last aired
Pilots N/A 2 February 26, 1995 (1995-02-26) March 10, 1996 (1996-03-10)
1 39 13 April 27, 1996 (1996-04-27) January 1, 1997 (1997-01-01)
2 108 39 July 16, 1997 (1997-07-16) June 15, 1998 (1998-06-15)
TV Movie December 10, 1999 (1999-12-10)
3 36 13 November 16, 2001 (2001-11-16) September 20, 2002 (2002-09-20)
4 38 13 November 22, 2002 (2002-11-22) November 20, 2003 (2003-11-20)


Pilots (1995–96)[edit]

Title Directed by Original air date
"Dexter's Laboratory" Genndy Tartakovsky February 26, 1995 (1995-02-26) (original)[5]
May 19, 1996 (1996-05-19) (rerun)
Dexter and Dee Dee test the former's latest invention: a device that turns people into animals, which yields crazy results.
"The Big Sister" Genndy Tartakovsky March 10, 1996 (1996-03-10) (original)
June 2, 1996 (1996-06-02) (rerun)
When Dee Dee eats an experimental cookie of Dexter's design, she grow into a giant and makes the city her dollhouse. As she destroys the whole city, it's up to Dexter to pilot his giant Robo-Dexo 2000 mecha and bring her back.

Season 1 (1996–97)[edit]

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No. in
Title Directed by Storyboarded by Original air date
1a 1a "DeeDeemensional" Rob Renzetti and Genndy Tartakovsky Rob Renzetti April 27, 1996 (1996-04-27) (TNT)[1]
April 28, 1996 (1996-04-28) (TBS/Cartoon Network)[2]
When Dexter becomes a victim of one of his inventions, Dee Dee goes back in time by one hour to warn Dexter's past self about the invention's consequences, but the past Dexter proves hard to convince until he sees two Dee Dees.
1b 1b "Magmanamus" Paul Rudish and Genndy Tartakovsky Craig McCracken April 27, 1996 (1996-04-27) (TNT)[1]
April 28, 1996 (1996-04-28) (TBS/Cartoon Network)[2]
Monkey must defend the city from a giant lava monster, Magmanamus (Brad Garrett), who is wrecking it as the noise created by its residents is not allowing him to sleep.
1c 1c "Maternal Combat" Rob Renzetti and Genndy Tartakovsky Rob Renzetti April 27, 1996 (1996-04-27) (TNT)[1]
April 28, 1996 (1996-04-28) (TBS/Cartoon Network)[2]
When his mother falls ill, Dexter creates a Mom-Droid to do her chores. However, Dee Dee gets hold of the robot's remote control and wreaks havoc, forcing Dexter to create another Mom-Droid to counter Dee Dee and her Mom-Droid.
2a 2a "Dexter Dodgeball" Craig McCracken and Genndy Tartakovsky Ricky Nierva May 4, 1996 (1996-05-04) (TNT)
May 5, 1996 (1996-05-05) (TBS/Cartoon Network)
Dexter is forced to play dodgeball by his P. E. teacher (Michael Pataki), but after constantly losing, he builds a robotic exoskeleton to protect himself, but Dee Dee hits Dexter with a dodgeball at the end.
Note: The gym teacher says "Crap"[citation needed] even though the program is rated TV-G. Television reruns of the episode have since edited out the word.
2b 2b "Rasslor" Paul Rudish and Genndy Tartakovsky Paul Rudish May 4, 1996 (1996-05-04) (TNT)
May 5, 1996 (1996-05-05) (TBS/Cartoon Network)
Intergalactic wrestling champion Rasslor ("Macho Man" Randy Savage) challenges all of the Earth's superheroes, including Monkey, with the very future of the Earth at stake.
2c 2c "Dexter's Assistant" Rob Renzetti and Genndy Tartakovsky Brett Varon and Craig McCracken May 4, 1996 (1996-05-04) (TNT)
May 5, 1996 (1996-05-05) (TBS/Cartoon Network)
In need of an assistant to operate his latest invention for the science fair, Dexter performs a brain transplant on Dee Dee to make her smart enough to fulfill the role. Unfortunately, Dee Dee, with her new brain, proves to be more intelligent than Dexter, much to his chagrin.
3/12a 3/12a "Dexter's Rival" Genndy Tartakovsky Genndy Tartakovsky May 11, 1996 (1996-05-11) (TNT)
May 12, 1996 (1996-05-12) (TBS/Cartoon Network)
December 25, 1996 (1996-12-25) (rerun)
A new student named Mandark Astronomonov enrolls at Dexter's school and quickly turns out to be better than Dexter academically. He even forces Dexter to shut down his lab so that his lab (which is much bigger than Dexter's lab) can gain more power. A hurt Dexter then teams up with Dee Dee to take revenge on Mandark.
Note: This episode marks Mandark's first appearance in the series.
3b 3b "Simion" Paul Rudish and Genndy Tartakovsky Lou Romano May 11, 1996 (1996-05-11) (TNT)
May 12, 1996 (1996-05-12) (TBS/Cartoon Network)
Monkey encounters an intelligent anthropomorphic chimpanzee named Simion (Maurice LaMarche), who plans to take revenge on humans for turning him into his current state.
3c 3c "Old Man Dexter" Craig McCracken and Genndy Tartakovsky Craig McCracken May 11, 1996 (1996-05-11) (TNT)
May 12, 1996 (1996-05-12) (TBS/Cartoon Network)
After Dexter is banned from watching The Late Early Movie due to his age, he decides to accelerate his age, but Dee Dee tampers with the age acceleration process, causing him to turn into a 95-year old man.
4a 4a "Double Trouble" Rob Renzetti and Genndy Tartakovsky Butch Hartman May 18, 1996 (1996-05-18) (TNT)
May 19, 1996 (1996-05-19) (TBS/Cartoon Network)
Dee Dee and her friends, Lee Lee and Mee Mee, enter Dexter's lab and create havoc, forcing Dexter to clone himself to stop them. However, this fails as the girls too clone themselves multiple times, causing more mayhem.
4b 4b "Barbequor" Paul Rudish and Genndy Tartakovsky Paul Rudish May 18, 1996 (1996-05-18) (TNT)
May 19, 1996 (1996-05-19) (TBS/Cartoon Network)
Monkey's birthday party is interrupted by intergalactic villain Barbequor (Robert Ridgely), who plans to eat the Earth for his next meal, and his sidekick, the Silver Spooner (Rob Paulsen).
4c 4c "Changes[6]" Genndy Tartakovsky TBA May 18, 1996 (1996-05-18) (TNT)
May 19, 1996 (1996-05-19) (TBS/Cartoon Network)
Rerun of "Dexter's Laboratory", the first What a Cartoon! pilot.
5a 5a "Jurassic Pooch" Craig McCracken and Genndy Tartakovsky Butch Hartman and Conrad Vernon May 25, 1996 (1996-05-25) (TNT)
May 26, 1996 (1996-05-26) (TBS/Cartoon Network)
Dexter uses his dog's heart and brain to make up for missing dinosaur DNA taken from a granite sample. His newly cloned dinosaur acts like a dog, and Dee Dee treats it like a large pet.
5b 5b "Orgon Grindor" Paul Rudish and Genndy Tartakovsky Lou Romano and Mike Fontanelli May 25, 1996 (1996-05-25) (TNT)
May 26, 1996 (1996-05-26) (TBS/Cartoon Network)
While on a date with Agent Honeydew, Monkey gets hypnotized by the music of an alien named Organ Grindor (Jim Cummings), who then commands him to steal the gold at Fort Knox.
5c 5c "Dimwit Dexter" Genndy Tartakovsky C. Miles Thompson May 25, 1996 (1996-05-25) (TNT)
May 26, 1996 (1996-05-26) (TBS/Cartoon Network)
Dexter cracks due to overwork and starts acting idiotic, which makes him the butt of jokes among Dee Dee and the entire neighborhood.
Note: This episode was originally known as "Dumb Like Dee Dee".[citation needed]
6a 6a "Dee Dee's Room" Genndy Tartakovsky Ted Newton and Todd Fredericksen June 1, 1996 (1996-06-01) (TNT)
June 2, 1996 (1996-06-02) (TBS/Cartoon Network)
After finding out that his critical invention has been stolen by Dee Dee, Dexter ventures into her room to find it.
6b 6b "Huntor" Paul Rudish and Genndy Tartakovsky Paul Rudish June 1, 1996 (1996-06-01) (TNT)
June 2, 1996 (1996-06-02) (TBS/Cartoon Network)
Monkey encounters an alien hunter named Huntor (Ed Gilbert) and must fight him before Agent Honeydew and Commander Chief are killed.
6c 6c "The Big Sister" Genndy Tartakovsky TBA June 1, 1996 (1996-06-01) (TNT)
June 2, 1996 (1996-06-02) (TBS/Cartoon Network)
Rerun of the second What a Cartoon! pilot.
7a 7a "Star Spangled Sidekicks" Genndy Tartakovsky Genndy Tartakovsky November 20, 1996 (1996-11-20)
Dexter and Dee Dee enter tryouts to become Major Glory's next sidekick. When Dee Dee wins, Dexter realizes that fancy costumes are not the only criterion to become a superhero.
7b 7b "TV Super Pals" Craig McCracken and Genndy Tartakovsky Craig McCracken November 20, 1996 (1996-11-20)
With only one television in their apartment, Major Glory, Krunk and Valhallen cannot decide what to watch: Major Glory's televised capture of the Disgruntled Postman, TV Puppet Pals or the monster truck pull.
7c 7c "Game Over" Craig McCracken and Genndy Tartakovsky Craig McCracken November 20, 1996 (1996-11-20)
Dexter and Dee Dee's father buys a video game for them to play, but the game sucks Dexter inside when he plugs in the cartridge, and it is up to Dee Dee to get him out.
8a 8a "Babysitter Blues" Craig McCracken and Rob Renzetti Craig McCracken November 27, 1996 (1996-11-27)
Dexter has a crush on his teenage babysitter Lisa (Kath Soucie). When he finds out that she has a boyfriend, he sabotages their relationship and accelerates his age by ten years to win her heart, only to get knocked out by her boyfriend, who thinks that Lisa dumped him for the "teenage" Dexter, when he comes over.
8b 8b "Valhallen's Room" Genndy Tartakovsky Paul Rudish and Butch Hartman November 27, 1996 (1996-11-27)
Valhallen loses his magic ax and starts turning into a nerd, forcing Major Glory and Krunk to enter his room to find it.
8c 8c "Dream Machine" Rob Renzetti and Genndy Tartakovsky Don Shank November 27, 1996 (1996-11-27)
When Dexter's nightmares become frequent and problematic, he invents a machine which will allow him to have only good dreams, as long as Dee Dee can operate it properly while she is awake. Things turn bad when Dee Dee falls asleep.
9a 9a "Dollhouse Drama" Rob Renzetti Rob Renzetti December 4, 1996 (1996-12-04)
Suspicious that Dee Dee has not entered his lab even once on a particular day, Dexter shrinks himself and enters her room to spy on her to see what is she doing. He soon becomes an unwilling character in Dee Dee's doll story, but believes the story to be real, due to the shrinking's side effect that makes him confuse reality and fantasy.
9b 9b "Krunk's Date" Genndy Tartakovsky Butch Hartman December 4, 1996 (1996-12-04)
While the Justice Friends are fighting Comrade Red and his gang (the communist equivalent of the Justice Friends), Krunk falls in love with his equivalent in their gang, She-Thing (Kath Soucie).
9c 9c "The Big Cheese" Genndy Tartakovsky Charlie Bean December 4, 1996 (1996-12-04)
Dexter invents a device that will allow him to learn for the next day's French test while he is asleep, but it malfunctions, causing it to repeat only a single phrase: Omelette du fromage (which is an incorrect and meaningless translation of cheese omelette) throughout the night. As a result, he wakes up in the morning speaking nothing else but Omelette du fromage. Strangely, this makes him a celebrity overnight, although when he tries to enter his lab later, he is unable to say the password, causing his lab to self-destruct as a security measure.
10a 10a "Way of the Dee Dee" Paul Rudish and Genndy Tartakovsky Paul Rudish December 11, 1996 (1996-12-11)
Dee Dee teaches Dexter how to live life her way instead of being lonely and purely focused on science, but regrets her decision after he becomes more carefree than her.
10b 10b "Say Uncle Sam" Genndy Tartakovsky Butch Hartman December 11, 1996 (1996-12-11)
Major Glory forces Krunk and Valhallen to tidy up their apartment for his Uncle Sam, who is coming over for a visit to Glory.
10c 10c "Tribe Called Girl" Rob Renzetti and Genndy Tartakovsky Don Shank December 11, 1996 (1996-12-11)
To learn more about girls, Dexter camouflages himself and enters Dee Dee's room, where she is having a sleepover with her friends Lee Lee and Mee Mee. However, he gets caught by the girls, who then force him to take part in their activities.
11a 11a "Spacecase" Rob Renzetti and Genndy Tartakovsky Ricky Nierva December 18, 1996 (1996-12-18)
To prevent himself from being taken away by aliens for experimentation, Dexter sends Dee Dee with them under the pretext that they are taking her to Candyland; however, he quickly regrets his decision after realizing how much he cares for her.
11b 11b "Ratman" Genndy Tartakovsky Charlie Bean December 18, 1996 (1996-12-18)
While trying to fix their apartment's plumbing, Krunk and Valhallen go down to the basement, where they meet Ratman (Maurice LaMarche), a diminutive vigilante raised by rats (a parody of Batman).
11c 11c "Dexter's Debt" Genndy Tartakovsky Charlie Bean December 18, 1996 (1996-12-18)
Dexter's lab is threatened with repossession unless he can repay his debt of a record of $200,000,000 to NASA, as they are monitoring his lab. When Dee Dee wins the same amount in a lottery, he decides to steal her money out of desperation, but Dee Dee realizes the whole ordeal and agrees to help Dexter pay NASA back if he shares his lab with her in return.
12b 12b "Bee Where?" Paul Rudish and Genndy Tartakovsky Butch Hartman and Craig McCracken December 25, 1996 (1996-12-25)
Major Glory, Krunk, and Valhallen try to rid their apartment of a bee, but they end up being thrown out of the apartment by the bee.
12c 12c "Mandarker" Genndy Tartakovsky Lou Romano December 25, 1996 (1996-12-25)
Following the destruction of his lab by Dexter and Dee Dee (from "Dexter's Rival"), Mandark turns to magic to beat Dexter at the science fair.
13a 13a "Inflata Dee Dee" Genndy Tartakovsky Genndy Tartakovsky January 1, 1997 (1997-01-01)
Dee Dee inflates Dexter's hydro-plasmatic suit and constantly floats in the air, prompting Dexter to try and bring her down.
13b 13b "Can't Nap" Genndy Tartakovsky Butch Hartman January 1, 1997 (1997-01-01)
After fellow Justice Friend White Tiger helps Valhallen stop a super-villain, the latter invites him to spend the night in his apartment, forgetting that Major Glory is allergic to cats.
13c 13c "Monstory" Rob Renzetti and Genndy Tartakovsky Don Shank January 1, 1997 (1997-01-01)
Not interested in hearing Dee Dee's long-winded story, Dexter gives her a silencing formula to keep her quiet. To his horror, he finds out that the formula he gave her turned her into a giant monster, who is still bent on telling her story. When he realizes that nothing can make her quiet, he decides to become a giant monster himself. Dexter's giant monster form looks like Godzilla and Dee Dee's giant monster form looks like an alien type giant monster.

Season 2 (1997–98)[edit]

No. in
No. in
Title Directed by Written by Storyboarded by Original air date Prod.
14a 1a "Beard to Be Feared" Genndy Tartakovsky Jason Butler Rote Paul Rudish July 16, 1997 (1997-07-16)[8] 34-5418
After watching an Action Hank movie on television, Dexter grows a beard like him to try to be cool, but is soon mistaken by the police for Action Hank himself.
14b 1b "Quackor the Fowl" Genndy Tartakovsky Jason Butler Rote Genndy Tartakovsky July 16, 1997 (1997-07-16)[8] 34-5406
Mandark decides to bring his lab duck Quackor for show and tell to counter Dexter and his lab monkey. Despite the fact that neither creature displays anything remarkable at school, Quackor is actually a supervillain going by the name of Quackor the Fowl, a fact not known to Mandark, similar to how Dexter is unaware that his lab monkey is a superhero.
14c 1c "Ant Pants" Genndy Tartakovsky Jason Butler Rote Butch Hartman July 16, 1997 (1997-07-16)[8] 34-5401
When Dexter catches Dee Dee killing some ants, he shrinks themselves to ant-size to take her inside an ant colony so that she can learn how organized the ants are. However, he eventually learns that though the ants are indeed organized, they are very nasty in behavior.
15a 2a "Mom and Jerry" Robert Alvarez Jason Butler Rote Andy Bialk and Paul Rudish July 23, 1997 (1997-07-23) 34-5417
In a parody of Tom and Jerry, Dexter accidentally switches his brain with that of a mouse's and must avoid his mother when she decides to exterminate him.
15b 2b "Chubby Cheese" Rob Renzetti Jason Butler Rote Dave Smith July 23, 1997 (1997-07-23) 34-5403
While out for dinner at the Chubby Cheese pizza restaurant, Dexter tries to slow down the "Whack the Weasel" machine to win a stuffed Monkey doll before Dee Dee does. When he gets captured by security for tampering with the machine, he falls into the hands of a mad scientist who seeks to use him as his assistant.
15c 2c "That Crazy Robot" Rob Renzetti Jason Butler Rote Andy Bialk July 23, 1997 (1997-07-23) 34-5409
One of Dexter's robots becomes Dee Dee's servant when she removes a wrench that froze him up and tries to destroy anyone who is mean to Dee Dee, including her friends, her mother and Dexter himself.
16a 3a "D & DD" Genndy Tartakovsky Jason Butler Rote Paul Rudish July 30, 1997 (1997-07-30) 34-5405
When Dexter's friends become completely tired of Dexter's complicated traps he sets up as Game Master (as well as his cheating) while playing a RPG game, they put Dee Dee as Game Master in his place. She completely changes the style of play, which annoys Dexter but impresses his friends.
16b 3b "Hamhocks and Armlocks" Rob Renzetti and
Genndy Tartakovsky
Jason Butler Rote Craig McCracken July 30, 1997 (1997-07-30) 34-5416
Dexter's father is challenged to an arm wrestling match by a man named Earl at a truck stop. Stunned at the strength of Earl and his determination to beat his father, Dexter attaches a robotic arm to his father to enable him to win.
17a 4a "Hunger Strikes" Rob Renzetti Zeke Kamm Ace Conrad August 6, 1997 (1997-08-06) 34-5413
After being denied dessert by his parents for not eating his vegetables, Dexter uses radiation therapy so that he can like them, but it causes a severe side effect that turns him into an Incredible Hulk-like character if he goes too long without them.
17b 4b "The Koos Is Loose" Robert Alvarez Zeke Kamm Dave Smith August 6, 1997 (1997-08-06) 34-5420
Dee Dee's imaginary friend Koosalagoopagoop (Dom DeLuise) suddenly comes to life and starts annoying Dexter.
17c 4c "Morning Stretch" Rob Renzetti Zeke Kamm Ace Conrad and
Genndy Tartakovsky
August 6, 1997 (1997-08-06) 34-5422
After staying up late at his lab, Dexter oversleeps and wakes up one minute before the school bus arrives. With no time to do his morning chores and homework, he pulls out a secret prototype device, which will convert his last 30 seconds into 30 minutes. unaware that the school has been closed due to a snowdown.
18a 5a "Dee Dee Locks and the Ness Monster" Robert Alvarez and
Genndy Tartakovsky
Zeke Kamm Paul Rudish August 13, 1997 (1997-08-13) 34-5426
Dexter's mother asks him to read a story to Dee Dee, who is sick. However, Dee Dee becomes bored of Dexter's story and invents her own story, Dee Dee Locks and the Loch Ness Monster, which is a spoof of Goldilocks and the Three Bears.
18b 5b "Backfire" Rob Renzetti Zeke Kamm Nora Johnson August 13, 1997 (1997-08-13) 34-5425
Dexter tries to supe up the family car with anti-matter in an attempt to shorten road trips with his family due to Dee Dee's annoying nature, but ends up accidentally fusing Dee Dee with the car, causing mayhem.
18c 5c "Book 'Em" Robert Alvarez Zeke Kamm Greg Miller and
Genndy Tartakovsky
August 13, 1997 (1997-08-13) 34-5423
When Dee Dee causes Dexter to take a book from the library without checking it out by mistake, they sneak into the library at night to put it back without getting caught, but when Dee Dee's antics cause Dexter to scream at her to keep quiet, they get caught anyway.
19a 6a "Sister's Got a Brand New Bag" Genndy Tartakovsky TBA Jeff DeGrandis and
Genndy Tartakovsky
August 20, 1997 (1997-08-20) 34-5428
Dee Dee's new dance moves annoy Dexter to no end.
19b 6b "Shoo, Shoe Gnomes" Rob Renzetti TBA Mike Stern August 20, 1997 (1997-08-20) 34-5414
Dexter calls upon the "shoe gnomes" to repair his shoes, but cannot rid himself of them afterwards. He has to seek Dee Dee's help whose knowledge of the gnomes is vital to getting rid of them.
19c 6c "Lab of the Lost" Genndy Tartakovsky TBA C. Miles Thompson
and Butch Hartman
August 20, 1997 (1997-08-20) 34-5402
Following a mishap in his lab, Dexter ends up in the old, long-abandoned part of the lab, and discovers his early inventions, which are unhappy to see him as he had neglected them.
20a 7a "Labels" Rob Renzetti Zeke Kamm Kevin Kaliher August 27, 1997 (1997-08-27) 34-5429
Dee Dee starts to take anything that belongs to Dexter, claiming that it "doesn't have his name on it", forcing him to invent a label-making gun to make sure his things do have a name on him.
20b 7b "Game Show" Robert Alvarez Zeke Kamm Butch Hartman August 27, 1997 (1997-08-27) 34-5412
Dexter and Dee Dee compete against each other on a game show.
20c 7c "Fantastic Boyage" Robert Alvarez Zeke Kamm Dan Krall August 27, 1997 (1997-08-27) 34-5424
Dexter tries to inject himself into an ill Dee Dee to find a cure to the common cold, but accidentally ends up inside his dog, subsequently believing that Dee Dee is infected with a dog virus. When the veterinarian comes in, he finds Dexter, believing that Dexter is the new virus and shows him to the medical community.
21a 8a "Filet of Soul" Genndy Tartakovsky TBA Mike Stern September 3, 1997 (1997-09-03) 34-5408
Dexter and Dee Dee refuse to flush their dead goldfish into the toilet, and are later haunted by its spirit.
21b 8b "Golden Diskette" Genndy Tartakovsky TBA Dave Smith September 3, 1997 (1997-09-03) 34-5412

Dee Dee wins a golden diskette, earning her a free trip to the laboratory of Professor Hawk (Tom Kenny). Her behavior there frees Hawk from his robotic body, and it leaves Hawk impressed with her spirit.

Note: This episode makes a reference to both Charlie and the Chocolate Factory and Stephen Hawking.
22a 9a "Snowdown" Robert Alvarez and
Genndy Tartakovsky
TBA Craig McCracken September 10, 1997 (1997-09-10) 34-5415
When Dexter becomes the constant victim of Dee Dee's snowballs, their father teaches him to be the snowball terror that he used to be in his youth. However, it is later revealed that Dee Dee learned her snowball skills from her mother, who was a bigger snowball terror than her husband.
22b 9b "Figure Not Included" Rob Renzetti TBA Butch Hartman September 10, 1997 (1997-09-10) 34-5411
Dexter makes his own Major Glory action figures so that he can join the neighborhood's Major Glory gang, but gets into serious trouble when the rest of the gang find out that none of his action figures are original.
22c 9c "Mock 5" Rob Renzetti and
Genndy Tartakovsky
TBA Craig McCracken September 10, 1997 (1997-09-10) 34-5407
Dexter participates in the "Annual Soapbox Derby down Volcano Mountain".
Note: This episode is a spoof of the popular Japanese manga/anime Speed Racer. In this episode, the movements and dialog deliveries of the characters are similar to anime. While Dexter parodies Speed Racer and his father parodies Pops Racer, Monkey parodies Chim-Chim and Dee Dee parodies both Racer-X and Spritle.[9]
23a 10a "Ewww That's Growth" Rob Renzetti Zeke Kamm Mike Stern September 17, 1997 (1997-09-17) 34-5427
Unable to ride in a roller coaster due to his height, Dexter creates a device to make himself taller than he actually is, but the device malfunctions and he grows so tall that his face gets rammed by the top edge of the roller coaster's tunnel.
23b 10b "Nuclear Confusion" Robert Alvarez Zeke Kamm Butch Hartman September 17, 1997 (1997-09-17) 34-5421
Dee Dee hides the core of Dexter's nuclear lamp and he must decipher her clues to find it within one hour after which it would explode, destroying the Earth with it.
23c 10c "Germ Warfare" Robert Alvarez and
Genndy Tartakovsky
Zeke Kamm Ace Conrad and
Genndy Tartakovsky
September 17, 1997 (1997-09-17) 34-5434
When his entire family is suffering from the flu, Dexter tries his best to not acquire the illness, but his efforts are thwarted by a sick Dee Dee's presence in his lab and he ends up with the flu anyway.
24a 11a "A Hard Day's Day" Rob Renzetti TBA Craig McCracken September 24, 1997 (1997-09-24) 34-5430
Dexter tries to move the Moon, which is blocking Saturn and its "science waves" (which is what makes it a "good day for science"). Unfortunately for him, he brings the Moon to the Earth, destroying his lab.
24b 11b "Road Rash" Rob Renzetti TBA Nora Johnson September 24, 1997 (1997-09-24) 34-5436
Dexter's parents get him a bike for exercise, but he's unable to catch Dee Dee on her inline skates.
Note: This episode parodies the Wile E. Coyote and the Road Runner cartoons, with Dexter trying similar techniques as Wile E. Coyote in capturing Dee Dee, and at one point Dee Dee imitating the Road Runner with Paul Julian's trademark "Meep-meep!".
24c 11c "Ocean Commotion" Rob Renzetti TBA Kevin Kaliher September 24, 1997 (1997-09-24) 34-5419
Dexter's family goes to the beach, where Dexter tries to communicate with whales, and must rescue Dee Dee (dressed as a mermaid), when she is captured by manic pirates.
25a 12a "The Bus Boy" Robert Renzetti and
Genndy Tartakovsky
Zeke Kamm Don Shank October 1, 1997 (1997-10-01) 34-5442
A couple of girls push one of Dexter's pencils into the back of the school bus. Dexter goes to retrieve it; however, a legend says that no one has ever returned from the back of the bus, and Dexter has to find ways to "rescue" himself.
25b 12b "Things That Go Bonk in the Night" Genndy Tartakovsky Zeke Kamm Craig McCracken October 1, 1997 (1997-10-01) 34-5435
After a Puppet Pals marathon, Krunk dreams the Puppet Pals are attacking puppet versions of Major Glory and Valhallen.
25c 12c "Ol' McDexter" Robert Alvarez and
Genndy Tartakovsky
Zeke Kamm Mike Stern October 1, 1997 (1997-10-01) 34-5438
Dexter is disappointed when he ends up at an Amish farm instead of a high-tech farm for summer camp. His subsequent attempts to modernize the Amish family do not go down well with them.
26a 13a "Sassy Come Home" Genndy Tartakovsky Zeke Kamm Dave Smith October 8, 1997 (1997-10-08) 34-5439
During a camping trip, Dee Dee befriends a sasquatch due to their huge feet and they have to contend with Dexter, who is determined to capture the sasquatch.
26b 13b "Photo Finish" Robert Alvarez and
Genndy Tartakovsky
Zeke Kamm Don Shank October 8, 1997 (1997-10-08) 34-5433
When Dee Dee takes photographs of his lab, Dexter goes on an adventure to retrieve the photos before his parents see them.
27a 14a "Star Check Unconventional" Rob Renzetti Zeke Kamm Paul Rudish October 15, 1997 (1997-10-15) 34-5432
Dexter and his friends try to escape a Darbie doll convention where they arrived because they were not paying attention to where they were going, while dressed as "Star Check" characters, a spoof of Star Trek.
27b 14b "Dexter Is Dirty" Genndy Tartakovsky Zeke Kamm Greg Emison and
Genndy Tartakovsky
October 15, 1997 (1997-10-15) 34-5447
Tired of bathing, Dexter laminates himself to keep himself clean.
27c 14c "Ice Cream Scream" Robert Alvarez Zeke Kamm Kevin Kaliher October 15, 1997 (1997-10-15) 34-5449
Dexter cannot get the ice cream truck to stop for him following an incident where he paid for his ice-cream in pennies to the driver, and creates a series of disasters to stop him.
28a 15a "Decode of Honor" Robert Alvarez and
Genndy Tartakovsky
Zeke Kamm Craig McCracken October 22, 1997 (1997-10-22) 34-5437
Dexter and Dee Dee's secret decoder rings hold the keys to joining the Action Hanks and Pony Puff fan clubs respectively, but they interchange the clues by mistake, causing them to switch clubs.
28b 15b "World's Greatest Mom" Rob Renzetti Zeke Kamm Andy Bialk October 22, 1997 (1997-10-22) 34-5443
Dexter accidentally gives his mother superpowers, when she is hit by a ray of energy. She does not even notice that she has superpowers, but acts like a superhero.
28c 15c "Ultrajerk 2000" Robert Alvarez Zeke Kamm Daniel Krall October 22, 1997 (1997-10-22) 34-5445
Dexter creates a new robot Ultramark 2000 to assist him, but when the robot starts controlling his lab and tries to destroy Dexter, he must find a way to destroy it.
29a 16a "Techno Turtle" Rob Renzetti Jeffrey Delman, Laura Glendinning, and Zeke Kamm Rob Renzetti October 29, 1997 (1997-10-29) 34-5441
When a turtle Dee Dee has befriended gets severely injured, Dexter not only heals it, but also makes it more powerful by giving it bionic limbs, super-hearing and a super-strong shell.
29b 16b "Surprise!" Robert Alvarez Jeffrey Delman, Laura Glendinning, and Zeke Kamm Andy Bialk October 29, 1997 (1997-10-29) 34-5451
On his birthday, Dexter makes himself invisible so that he can find out whether his parents have bought him the Major Glory action figure he always wanted.
29c 16c "Got Your Goat" Robert Alvarez and
Genndy Tartakovsky
Jeffrey Delman, Laura Glendinning, and Zeke Kamm Nora Johnson October 29, 1997 (1997-10-29) 34-5444
Dexter and Dee Dee go to South America to catch the legendary chupacabra, which is actually one of Dexter's early experiments that had escaped, though he has forgotten why he had created him.
30a 17a "Dee Dee Be Deep" Genndy Tartakovsky Zeke Kamm Chris Savino November 5, 1997 (1997-11-05) 34-5454
Dexter is tired of Dee Dee's bad singing, so he tries to "improve" her singing by transforming her voice to a beautiful one, but ends up giving her a baritone voice, which is even more annoying.
30b 17b "911" Rob Renzetti and
Genndy Tartakovsky
Zeke Kamm Ace Conrad and
Genndy Tartakovsky
November 5, 1997 (1997-11-05) 34-5446
When an Action Hank episode is interrupted by the Emergency Broadcast System, Dexter sets about fixing any emergencies in the neighborhood, hoping to make the signal go away. However, Dee Dee uses her imagination, which works well by the time the Emergency Broadcast System ends.
30c 17c "Down in the Dumps" Robert Alvarez Zeke Kamm Kevin Kaliher November 5, 1997 (1997-11-05) 34-5456
In a fit of rage, Dexter dumps Dee Dee's favorite teddy bear, Mr. Fuzzums, into the garbage. As a result, an upset Dee Dee begins to behave oddly, prompting Dexter to go to the garbage dump and get back Mr. Fuzzums.
31a 18a "Unfortunate Cookie" Robert Alvarez and Genndy Tartakovsky TBA Kevin Kaliher November 12, 1997 (1997-11-12) 34-5440
Dexter and Dee Dee must travel to Chinatown to get their fingers unstuck from a Chinese finger puzzle, but this is made difficult due to their constant bickering.
31b 18b "The Muffin King" Genndy Tartakovsky TBA Mike Stern November 12, 1997 (1997-11-12) 34-5450
Dexter and Dee Dee must protect their mother's muffins from their muffin-loving father while she is out shopping.
32a 19a "Picture Day" Genndy Tartakovsky TBA Dave Smith November 19, 1997 (1997-11-19) 34-5455
Dexter is upset that Dee Dee is more photogenic than him, so he transforms his face into a handsome one for his next Picture Day, but the face melts during the photo shoot, which makes Dexter look uglier in the yearbook.
32b 19b "Now That's a Stretch" Genndy Tartakovsky TBA Nora Johnson November 19, 1997 (1997-11-19) 34-5453
Dexter cannot reach anything in his lab, so he makes himself more flexible by combining himself with bubble gum.
32c 19c "Dexter Detention" Rob Renzetti TBA Dave Smith and
Christopher Battle
November 19, 1997 (1997-11-19) 34-5431
Dexter is given detention after accidentally shouting out the answer to a test question to his classmate. When he and the other students try to escape from the detention room run by a fierce retired warden, they end up in a state prison.
33a 20a "Don't Be a Baby" Robert Alvarez and
Genndy Tartakovsky
TBA Mike Stern November 26, 1997 (1997-11-26) 34-5457
Dexter tries to make himself and Dee Dee older in order to see an R-rated movie, but due to an accidental mishap by Dee Dee, he makes everybody else (except him and Dee Dee) babies instead.
33b 20b "Peltra" Genndy Tartakovsky TBA Paul Rudish November 26, 1997 (1997-11-26) 34-5458
Peltra wants to turn Monkey into a fur coat.
33c 20c "G.I.R.L. Squad" Rumen Petkov TBA Andy Bialk November 26, 1997 (1997-11-26) 34-5459
After a crime prevention talk at school, Dee Dee, Lee Lee, and Mee Mee become crime fighters, calling themselves the G.I.R.L. Squad. However, they unintentionally end up being neighborhood criminals themselves.
34a 21a "Sports a Poppin'" Rob Renzetti and
Genndy Tartakovsky
TBA Douglas McCarthy and
Genndy Tartakovsky
December 3, 1997 (1997-12-03) 34-5463
Dexter's father tries to teach his son sports, but after realizing that Dexter is not athletic, he gives up.
34b 21b "Koosalagoopagoop" Genndy Tartakovsky TBA Dave Smith December 3, 1997 (1997-12-03) 34-5462
Dee Dee enters the land of her imaginary friend Koosalagoopagoop after he lies to her that he is the king of his land.
34c 21c "Project Dee Dee" Robert Alvarez TBA Chris Savino December 3, 1997 (1997-12-03) 34-5460
When Dexter learns that Dee Dee is trying to make a science project alone, he decides to help her, but she does not want his help. She ends up getting Dexter's help, but her resulting project propels the entire school into space.
35a 22a "Topped Off" Genndy Tartakovsky TBA Chris Savino January 14, 1998 (1998-01-14) 34-5465
Dexter and Dee Dee experiment with coffee after seeing how it energizes their parents and soon become addicted to it.
35b 22b "Dee Dee's Tail" Rumen Petkov TBA Kevin Kaliher January 14, 1998 (1998-01-14) 34-5464
Dexter transforms Dee Dee into a horse after she expresses her desire to become a Pony Puff Princess. However, Dexter, Lee Lee and Mee Mee try to exploit her, forcing the Pony Puff Princess to intervene in support of Dee Dee.
35c 22c "No Power Trip" Rumen Petkov TBA Chris Battle January 14, 1998 (1998-01-14) 34-5466
Despite warnings from the computer, Dexter consumes too much power while performing numerous experiments, causing his lab to shut down. He then tries numerous methods to restore power to his lab.
36a 23a "Sister Mom" Rob Renzetti and
Genndy Tartakovsky
Paul Harrison Craig McCracken January 21, 1998 (1998-01-21) 34-5461
When Dexter is asked to bring his mother to the school, he disguises Dee Dee as her so that she can take her place, but she, unfortunately, does not behave like their mother.
36b 23b "The Laughing" Robert Alvarez and
Genndy Tartakovsky
Paul Harrison Bryan Mailles and
Genndy Tartakovsky
January 21, 1998 (1998-01-21) 34-5452
Dexter is bitten by a clown's dentures during Dee Dee's birthday party, causing him to turn into a mad clown every night, terrorizing the town with his mayhem, and only Dee Dee, who knows mime, can stop him. Despite Dee Dee saving the day, Dexter's ungrateful ego tells her that he would have saved himself eventually without her help. Dee Dee traps her ungrateful brother in a mime box.
37a 24a "Dexter's Lab: A Story" Genndy Tartakovsky Sami Rank and Michael Ryan Paul Rudish January 28, 1998 (1998-01-28) 34-5467
Dexter finds a lost Labrador Retriever, but when he teaches the dog to speak human language, he turns out to be very annoying, prompting him to find the dog's actual owner.
37b 24b "Coupon for Craziness" Rumen Petkov Sami Rank and Michael Ryan Chris Savino January 28, 1998 (1998-01-28) 34-5476
Dexter finds the exact opposite of his family, a hyperactive boy who is like Dee Dee and has scientist parents who are like Dexter. Sensing to fit in, he switches places with the boy. Soon enough, Dexter's "new" family starts to annoy him, prompting him to return to his "old" family.
37c 24c "Better Off Wet" John McIntyre Sami Rank and Michael Ryan Andy Bialk January 28, 1998 (1998-01-28) 34-5468
Dexter tries to avoid being pushed into the family's new swimming pool by his father, since he cannot swim and is afraid of water.
38a 25a "Critical Gas" Rumen Petkov Michael Ryan Mike Stern February 4, 1998 (1998-02-04) 34-5474
After Dexter orders and eats a giant burrito, he suffers severe stomach pains. Believing a test the computer gave him, he assumes that he has only 30 minutes to live. Therefore, he sets about doing things he usually doesn't do before he "dies", such as being nice to Dee Dee and giving her unrestricted access to his lab. He even decides to reveal about his lab to his parents, but as he is about to do so just before the 30 minutes are up, he does not "die", but farts so loudly that it smashes the TV behind him and can be heard all over the world.
38b 25b "Let's Save the World You Jerk!" John McIntyre Michael Ryan Kevin Kaliher February 4, 1998 (1998-02-04) 34-5473
Dexter and Mandark team up to fight asteroids that are heading towards the Earth. However, due to their constant bickering, the asteroids end up destroying the Earth anyway.
38c 25c "Average Joe" Rumen Petkov Michael Ryan Dave Smith February 4, 1998 (1998-02-04) 34-5470
An intelligence test grades Dexter as average, which makes him upset. As a result, he shuts down his lab and tries to live life like a normal kid. By the end of the episode though, it is revealed that there was a mistake and Dexter is graded as a genius.
39a 26a "Rushmore Rumble" Genndy Tartakovsky Seth MacFarlane Genndy Tartakovsky February 11, 1998 (1998-02-11) 34-5472
Dexter and Mandark bring the Abraham Lincoln and George Washington faces respectively on Mount Rushmore to life and make them fight each other to determine who is the best.
39b 26b "A Boy and His Bug" John McIntyre Seth MacFarlane Genndy Tartakovsky February 11, 1998 (1998-02-11) 34-5471
When Dexter neglects his pet bug, which he created to devour the things metal that Dee Dee destroys, it begins eating his lab as a revenge against Dexter, and Dexter needs to find a way to stop the bug before it eats his entire lab.
39c 26c "You Vegetabelieve It!" Rumen Petkov Seth MacFarlane Bob Staake February 11, 1998 (1998-02-11) 34-5475
Dexter's growth formula causes the plants in the garden to grow to an enormous size.
40a 27a "Aye Aye Eyes" Genndy Tartakovsky Seth MacFarlane Craig McCracken February 18, 1998 (1998-02-18) 34-5448
A little girl with big eyes falls in love with Dexter and follows him everywhere after he returns a toy she dropped earlier, much to his chagrin.
40b 27b "Dee Dee and the Man" John McIntyre and
Genndy Tartakovsky
Steve Marmel Craig McCracken February 18, 1998 (1998-02-18) 34-5479
Dexter "fires" Dee Dee, only to realize that the chaos she causes has been helping him concentrate.
41a 28a "Old Flame" Genndy Tartakovsky Michael Ryan Paul Rudish February 25, 1998 (1998-02-25) 34-5480
Dexter brings the caveman who first discovered fire back from the past, who acts like Dee Dee and starts smashing the lab.
41b 28b "Don't Be a Hero" Rumen Petkov Michael Ryan Mike Stern February 25, 1998 (1998-02-25) 34-5483
Dexter tries to turn himself into a superhero, but gives up after every power he tries backfires.
41c 28c "My Favorite Martian" John McIntyre Michael Ryan Andy Bialk February 25, 1998 (1998-02-25) 34-5477
Dexter travels to Mars to find intelligent life, unaware that Dee Dee has stowed away in his space capsule. After Dee Dee gets covered in red dirt, Dexter thinks she is a real-life Martian.
42a 29a "Paper Route Bout" John McIntyre Michael Ryan Daniel Krall March 4, 1998 (1998-03-04) 34-5485
Dee Dee's father trains her to fight a gang of bicycle-riding rogues dressed as ninjas who target her paper route every morning.
Note: Dexter does not appear in this episode.
42b 29b "The Old Switcharooms" John McIntyre Michael Ryan Kevin Kaliher March 4, 1998 (1998-03-04) 34-5485
Dexter's father makes him and Dee Dee switch each other's rooms as punishment for running into him while they were fighting and accidentally causing his bowling trophy to break. Dexter believes that Dee Dee is destroying his lab and destroys her room in retaliation. However, it turns out that Dee Dee did not even enter his lab and Dexter is later punished again by his father for both destroying Dee Dee's room and for having his bowling trophy get broken again and by making him switch places with the dog for the night. Ironically, while Dexter is confident that the dog won't destroy his lab, the dog actually ends up destroying his lab.
42c 29c "Trick or Treehouse" Rumen Petkov Michael Ryan Dave Smith March 4, 1998 (1998-03-04) 34-5478
Dee Dee builds a treehouse and allows everyone inside except Dexter, in revenge for the numerous times he kicked her out of his lab.
43a 30a "Quiet Riot" Rumen Petkov and
Genndy Tartakovsky
Michael Ryan Chris Savino March 11, 1998 (1998-03-11) 34-5489
After working in his lab all night creating his latest invention, Dexter tries to get some sleep, but is constantly interrupted by Dee Dee.
43b 30b "Accent You Hate" John McIntyre Michael Ryan Dave Smith March 11, 1998 (1998-03-11) 34-5486
Dexter and his friends are targeted by a bully at school for their multicultural accents.
43c 30c "Catch of the Day" Rumen Petkov Michael Ryan Bob Staake March 11, 1998 (1998-03-11) 34-5487
Dexter's father tries to get himself and Dexter to his fishing spot before sunrise so that they can start fishing before others arrive; however, they repeatedly manage to blow it. Dexter then takes matters in his own hands by driving himself, his father and the family car into the lake just before sunrise, thus succeeding before the other families arrive.
44a 31a "Dad Is Disturbed" John McIntyre Genndy Tartakovsky John McIntyre March 18, 1998 (1998-03-18) 34-5494
Dexter's father tries to watch a golf tournament, but is constantly interrupted by his wife, Dexter and Dee Dee.
Note: Barney and Betty Rubble from the series The Flintstones make a cameo appearance in this episode.
44b 31b "Framed" Genndy Tartakovsky Craig McCracken Kevin Kaliher March 18, 1998 (1998-03-18) 34-5493
When Dexter's glasses break, he creates a new fad (wearing broken glasses) and becomes extremely popular at his school with his style. However, he soon learns a lesson on the short-lived popularity of a fad when Mandark creates a new fad with his hand and leg casts.
44c 31c "That's Using Your Head" John McIntyre Genndy Tartakovsky Clayton Morrow March 18, 1998 (1998-03-18) 34-5488
Dexter thinks that a crazy homeless person balancing electronic devices on his head and muttering gibberish is a genius trying to contact aliens, so he takes him home, hoping that he could contact the aliens.
45a 32a "DiM" Genndy Tartakovsky Michael Ryan Craig McCracken March 25, 1998 (1998-03-25) 34-5501
Dexter makes an angst-ridden trip to the hardware store to buy a new light bulb for his lab.
Note: This episode is almost dialogue-free; the only dialogue in the entire episode is Dexter's punch line at the end.
45b 32b "Just an Old-Fashioned Lab Song..." John McIntyre Michael Ryan Dave Smith March 25, 1998 (1998-03-25) 34-5497
Dexter reluctantly takes piano lessons from Professor Williams (Paul Williams), but when the Professor stumbles onto Dexter's lab, he discovers that Dexter has more musical talent than he actually thought.
45c 32c "Repairanoid" Rumen Petkov Michael Ryan Greg Miller March 25, 1998 (1998-03-25) 34-5498
When an electrician comes to Dexter's house to repair a blown-out fuse, he accidentally stumbles onto his laboratory. Eventually, Dexter enlists him to repair his lab electricals, resulting in the electrician's overall bill going up to $40000.
46a 33a "Sdrawkcab" John McIntyre Seth MacFarlane Clayton Morrow April 1, 1998 (1998-04-01) 34-5500
Dexter invents a belt whose wearer can do anything backwards, but mayhem occurs when Dee Dee gets hold of the belt's directional switch.
Note: The credits appear before the title of the episode in tribute to the nature of the episode.
46b 33b "The Continuum of Cartoon Fools" Rumen Petkov and
Genndy Tartakovsky
Seth MacFarlane Don Shank April 1, 1998 (1998-04-01) 34-5499
Dexter tries to figure out how Dee Dee keeps entering his lab every time he kicks her out through one entrance and seals it. When she finally reveals that she entered through the bookcase entrance, he seals that too, only to realize that he cannot enter his lab anymore.
46c 33c "Sun, Surf, and Science" Rumen Petkov and
Genndy Tartakovsky
Seth MacFarlane Mike Stern April 1, 1998 (1998-04-01) 34-5491
Mandark enters a surfing contest and tries to cheat his way to victory to win Dee Dee's heart from another surfer.
Note: Dexter does not appear in this episode.
47a 34a "Big Bots" Rumen Petkov and
Genndy Tartakovsky
Seth MacFarlane Craig McCracken April 8, 1998 (1998-04-08) 34-5469
Dee Dee dares Dexter into building her a giant robot similar to his Robo-Dexo 2000. They then team up to try to save an island's population from being destroyed by an erupting volcano using their giant robots. They almost fail in their mission, though, due to their constant bickering.
47b 34b "Gooey Aliens That Control Your Mind" Rumen Petkov and
Genndy Tartakovsky
Seth MacFarlane Todd Frederiksen and
Genndy Tartakovsky
April 8, 1998 (1998-04-08) 34-5481
Dexter's parents and Dee Dee have their minds taken over by an alien life form that escaped from Dexter's lab.
47c 34c "Misplaced in Space" Genndy Tartakovsky Seth MacFarlane Chris Savino April 8, 1998 (1998-04-08) 34-5481
A teleporter malfunction sends Dexter to an alien prison, prompting Dee Dee to go on a mission to save Dexter. Instead of being grateful, Dexter egotistically blames Dee Dee for her distractions as he was trying to fix the malfunction in the teleporter.
48a 35a "Dee Dee's Rival" Rumen Petkov and
Genndy Tartakovsky
Genndy Tartakovsky Chris Savino April 15, 1998 (1998-04-15) 34-5505
Mandark's sister Olga Astronomonov (a.k.a. Lalavava) tries to upstage Dee Dee at dance school. However, when they realize how their rivalry matches that of the rivalry between their brothers, they call off their rivalry and form a truce.
48b 35b "Pslyghtly Psycho" John McIntyre and
Genndy Tartakovsky
Genndy Tartakovsky Daniel Krall April 15, 1998 (1998-04-15) 34-5504
On Mother's Day, Dexter's mother has her yellow gloves taken away by the rest of the family so that she can relax and not do any housework, but it turns out that she is unable to adjust to a life where she cannot keep the house spotless even for a day.
48c 35c "Game for a Game" Rumen Petkov TBA Greg Miller April 15, 1998 (1998-04-15) 34-5509
After Dee Dee declares that she can beat Dexter in any game, Dexter challenges her to a series of games in his lab, most of which he wins by cheating, but when he is about to lose the final game, he goes ballistic and destroys his lab.
49a 36a "Blackfoot and Slim" John McIntyre Seth MacFarlane Chris Savino April 22, 1998 (1998-04-22) 34-5496
A nature documentary team observes "Blackfoot" (Dexter) and "Slim" (Dee Dee) in their "natural habitat".
49b 36b "Trapped with a Vengeance" Genndy Tartakovsky Seth MacFarlane Todd Frederiksen and
Genndy Tartakovsky
April 22, 1998 (1998-04-22) 34-5490
Dexter is trapped in his school by the janitor in revenge for making him work late everyday due to Dexter's habit of leaving the school last everyday.
49c 36c "The Parrot Trap" Rumen Petkov and
Genndy Tartakovsky
Seth MacFarlane Mark O'Hare April 22, 1998 (1998-04-22) 34-5495
Dexter invents a robot parrot that happily repeats every self-congratulatory comment he makes, but when it starts repeating things about his lab, courtesy of Dee Dee, and escapes, he sets out to destroy it for good before it tattles to his parents about his lab. Ironically, when he is confronted by his parents after destroying the parrot, he accidentally reveals about his lab anyway.
50a 37a "Dexter and Computress Get Mandark!" John McIntyre Tyler Samuel Lee John McIntyre April 29, 1998 (1998-04-29) 34-5508
Created and narrated by a six-and-a-half-year-old boy named Tyler Samuel Lee, who sent a tape containing the episode's audio to Cartoon Network,[10] the story follows Dexter and Mandark's robot "brother" Computress teaming up to make Mandark's head shrink.
50b 37b "Pain in the Mouth" Genndy Tartakovsky TBA Genndy Tartakovsky April 29, 1998 (1998-04-29) 34-5503
When Krunk gets a tortilla chip stuck in his tooth, Major Glory decides to fix it by pulling the tooth out himself.
50c 37c "Dexter vs. Santa's Claws" Rumen Petkov and
Genndy Tartakovsky
TBA Kevin Kaliher April 29, 1998 (1998-04-29) 34-5502
Dexter tries to prove to Dee Dee that Santa Claus is not real and is actually their father is disguise, but he turns out to be wrong and also ruins his family's Christmas in the process.
51a 38a "Dyno-Might" Genndy Tartakovsky Michael Ryan Paul Rudish May 6, 1998 (1998-05-06) 34-5492
In this crossover between Dexter's Laboratory and the 1970s Hanna-Barbera cartoon Dynomutt, Dog Wonder, Blue Falcon (Gary Owens) comes to Dexter's house and asks him to rebuild an injured Dynomutt. When he does so, the rebuilt Dynomutt ends up destroying his lab due to his stupidity, forcing him to deactivate him and build an entirely new Dynomutt, the Dynomutt X-90, which proves to be a menace. Blue Falcon teaches Dexter a lesson when he calls him out for deactivating his original Dynomutt when he reveals that despite his stupidity, the original Dynomutt was a more helpful partner than the one Dexter created for him.
51b 38b "LABretto" Genndy Tartakovsky Michael Ryan David Smith May 6, 1998 (1998-05-06) 34-5507
Dexter's life story, from his birth to the creation of his secret laboratory, is retold as an opera.
52 39 "Last But Not Beast" Genndy Tartakovsky TBA Paul Rudish,
Craig McCracken, and Genndy Tartakovsky
June 15, 1998 (1998-06-15) 34-5506
During a trip to Japan as part of a student exchange program, Dexter accidentally releases a giant monster with an axe-like head from a volcano, forcing him to enlist the aid of his entire family in order to defeat it. This episode features the casts of The Justice Friends and Dial M for Monkey in battle against the monster. In this episode, Dexter finally reveals about his lab to his parents in order to get their help, but he erases it from their memories after defeating the monster. He also finds out that his lab monkey is a superhero, but Monkey erases this from his memory including the whole battle against the monster at the end of the episode. Mandark believes that he defeated the monster which upsets Dexter. Only Dee Dee and Monkey know what really happened.
Note 1: The title is a play on the phrase, "last but not least", indicating this was intended to be the series finale, until the series revived in 2001 for a third season.
Note 2: This episode spoofing anime, Voltron, the Super Sentai/Power Rangers genre and kaiju films (primarily Godzilla or Gamera), it is also the series' first full episode-length story with a huge reference to Japanese popular culture and Japanese culture.
Note 3: This is the last episode to use traditional cel animation.

"Rude Removal"[edit]

An episode segment from the second season was produced yet never aired on television, but was ultimately released to the public in January 2013 on the official YouTube page of Adult Swim.

Title Directed by Storyboarded by Release date
"Rude Removal" Rob Renzetti Chong Lee and Craig McCracken February 21, 1998 (1998-02-21) (World Animation Celebration)
January 22, 2013 (2013-01-22) (online)
Dexter plans to remove Dee Dee's rudeness with his latest invention, the "Rude Removal System". The siblings inadvertently end up inside the device, which splits the pair into two copies, one well-behaved and the other rude.

TV movie (1999)[edit]

Title Directed by Story by Storyboarded by Original air date
Dexter's Laboratory: Ego Trip Genndy Tartakovsky Chris Savino, Amy Keating Rogers,
John McIntyre, Craig McCracken,
Paul Rudish, and Genndy Tartakovsky
Dave Smith, Chris Savino,
Paul Rudish, and Genndy Tartakovsky
December 10, 1999 (1999-12-10)[11]
After Dexter battles an army of robots who enter his laboratory through his time machine, he travels forward in time in search of the moment when his older self will save the future.

Season 3 (2001–02)[edit]

Note: These two revival seasons of Dexter's Lab, take place before Ego Trip.

No. in
No. in
Title Directed by Storyboarded by Original air date
53a 1a "Streaky Clean" Robert Alvarez and Chris Savino Walt Dohrn November 16, 2001 (2001-11-16)

Dexter creates a satellite to clean stains off of his clothes, but it goes horribly wrong when Mir space station hits the satellite that Dexter created and the satellite becomes damaged, causing the fabric beneath each stain to be eliminated as well.

Note: This is the first episode to use digital ink-and-paint.
53b 1b "A Dad Cartoon" John McIntyre and Chris Savino John McIntyre November 16, 2001 (2001-11-16)
Dad decides to give the car a retouch, but keeps breaking things and saying he will fix it later. After having enough, he pushes the car over a cliff, and below it are other crushed cars, meaning this was not the first time.
53c 1c "Sole Brother" John McIntyre and Chris Savino Clayton McKenzie Morrow November 16, 2001 (2001-11-16)
Dexter accidentally becomes Dee Dee's foot when the two fuse together. Now, they have to wait 24 hours to reverse the fusion.
54a 2a "Mind Over Chatter" Robert Alvarez and Chris Savino Cindy Morrow November 16, 2001 (2001-11-16)
Dexter accidentally gives himself telepathy that he cannot shut off when trying to overhear his father's thoughts to figure out what he got for his birthday, causing everyone to accidentally read his own mind.
54b 2b "A Quackor Cartoon" Chris Savino Chris Savino November 16, 2001 (2001-11-16)
Quackor returns to battle Monkey in Dexter's Lab until Quackor lays an egg; then the two fall in love.
54c 2c "Momdark" John McIntyre and Chris Savino Cindy Morrow November 16, 2001 (2001-11-16)
Mandark disguises himself as Dexter's mom to get into Dexter's Lab. Unfortunately for Mandark, he now has to deal with Dexter, Dad, and Dee Dee's requests, which are too much for him.
55a 3a "Copping an Aptitude" John McIntyre and Chris Savino Kevin Kaliher November 30, 2001 (2001-11-30)
Dexter's school and parents decide to send him to college. He ignores his fellow students, who prefer to "party now, study later", until his mind finally snaps from the workload.
55b 3b "A Failed Lab Experiment" Chris Savino Chris Savino November 30, 2001 (2001-11-30)
When Dexter's new device, made to help him see through solid objects, fails to work as expected, he ends up seeing through people's clothes, which puts him in an uncomfortable situation.
55c 3c "The Grand-Daddy of All Inventions" John McIntyre and Chris Savino Clayton McKenzie Morrow November 30, 2001 (2001-11-30)
During a trip to his grandfather's house, Dexter learns that the outwardly boring old man has a lab just like his own.
56a 4a "Poppa Wheely" John McIntyre and Chris Savino Mike Stern January 18, 2002 (2002-01-18)
It is Career Day, and because Dexter is ashamed of his father, he creates a better father for himself. However, he soon discovers that his real father is much cooler.
Note: This is the first episode to feature Candi Milo as the voice of Dexter.
56/65b 4/13b "A Mom Cartoon" Chris Savino Chris Savino January 18, 2002 (2002-01-18) (original)
September 20, 2002 (2002-09-20) (rerun)
Dexter's mom fights another woman at the supermarket for some new latex gloves.
56c 4c "The Mock Side of the Moon" John McIntyre and Chris Savino Clayton McKenzie Morrow January 18, 2002 (2002-01-18)
Dexter travels to the moon and finds that aliens are planning an invasion on Earth, and he uses his Robo-Dexo 2000 to stop them. It turns out that they only were interested in purchasing sweaters for the winter.
57a 5a "If Memory Serves" Robert Alvarez and Chris Savino Cindy Morrow February 22, 2002 (2002-02-22)
To keep himself from forgetting anything important, Dexter uses a device to copy his memories, which causes a mayhem in his own head.
57b 5b "A Mandark Cartoon" Chris Savino Chris Savino February 22, 2002 (2002-02-22)
Mandark plans another scheme to get rid of Dexter. Everything in this cartoon is to the tune of Mandark's trademark laugh.
57c 5c "Tele Trauma" John McIntyre and Chris Savino John McIntyre February 22, 2002 (2002-02-22)
Since his studying is interrupting his favorite TV shows, Dexter creates a helmet to absorb the shows directly. However, the plan backfires when he randomly snaps into television-based outrages.
Note: This is the last episode to feature Christine Cavanaugh as the voice of Dexter.
58a 6a "A Boy Named Sue" John McIntyre and Chris Savino Walt Dohrn March 29, 2002 (2002-03-29)
Mandark's birth and origins as the child of hippies are revealed, as is the beginning of his rivalry with Dexter.
58b 6b "Lab on the Run" John McIntyre and Chris Savino David Smith March 29, 2002 (2002-03-29)
Two robots escape from Dexter's lab in order to have a better life and avoid Dexter's totalitarian rule.
Note: Special guest appearances by Martin Mull and Fred Willard.
59a 7a "Dos Boot" Chris Savino Walt Dohrn June 7, 2002 (2002-06-07)
Mandark gets inside Dexter's computer system and creates a computer virus, so Dexter must follow him inside and kick him out from cyberspace. However, Dee Dee has other plans in mind.
59b 7b "A Dee Dee Cartoon" Robert Alvarez and Chris Savino Anna Chambers June 7, 2002 (2002-06-07)
Dee Dee goes and plays in her own "lab" after being kicked out of Dexter's.
59c 7c "Would You Like That in the Can" John McIntyre and Chris Savino Paul McEvoy June 7, 2002 (2002-06-07)
Dexter and his friend Douglas Mordecai must enter the girls' bathroom to retrieve Dexter's lunchbox, which was put in there by another student.
60a 8a "That Magic Moment" John McIntyre and Chris Savino Paul McEvoy June 14, 2002 (2002-06-14)
Dexter's Magic Uncle Fergel O'Reilly (Mark Hamill) pays a visit to the family.
60b 8b "A Silent Cartoon" Chris Savino Chris Savino June 14, 2002 (2002-06-14)
Dexter is trying to paint his lab blue, but Dee Dee wants to make it pink.
60c 8c "Opposites Attract" Chris Savino Andrew Bialk June 14, 2002 (2002-06-14)
Dexter creates a magnetic field to keep Dee Dee away from him, but it malfunctions, causing them to stick together.
61a 9a "Comic Relief" Chris Savino Clayton McKenzie Morrow June 21, 2002 (2002-06-21)
Dexter creates a device to make a lifelike superhero comic, with his sister villain "Deestructa".
61b 9b "A Third Dad Cartoon" Chris Savino Chris Savino June 21, 2002 (2002-06-21)
Dexter's father plays golf with his kids.
61b 9b "RoboDexo 3000" John McIntyre and Chris Savino Kevin Kaliher June 21, 2002 (2002-06-21)
Dexter creates the ultimate robot to replace his Robo-Dexo 2000.
62a 10a "Glove at First Sight" Robert Alvarez and Chris Savino Cindy Morrow June 28, 2002 (2002-06-28)
Dexter's parents remember their first date and dance together.
62b 10b "A Mom & Dad Cartoon" Chris Savino Cindy Morrow June 28, 2002 (2002-06-28)
Dexter and Dee Dee listen in on their parents' conversation; they are playing Scrabble, but the way they talk makes it sound like Dad was cheating on Mom.
62c 10c "Smells Like Victory" John McIntyre and Chris Savino Paul McEvoy June 28, 2002 (2002-06-28)
The U.S. army invades Dexter's lab under the mistaken impression that aliens are using it as a base of operations on Earth, and Dexter must convince them that this is actually his lab, and also has to keep this a secret from Dee Dee.
63a 11a "Oh, Brother" Chris Savino Greg Miller and Walt Dohrn July 5, 2002 (2002-07-05)
Dexter turns Dee Dee into a boy, but is disappointed when "he" is not as cool as Dexter would like it.
63b 11b "Another Dad Cartoon" Chris Savino Cindy Morrow July 5, 2002 (2002-07-05)
With everyone out of the house, Dexter's father decides to spend the time dancing.
63c 11c "Bar Exam" John McIntyre and Chris Savino Shellie Kvilvang July 5, 2002 (2002-07-05)
Dexter's parents discover that he is making false excuses to get out of physical education and now Dexter must pass a physical exam if he wants to pass P.E. and move up a few grades.
64a 12a "Jeepers, Creepers, Where Is Peepers" David Smith David Smith July 12, 2002 (2002-07-12)
Dexter and Koos must save Peepers to keep the land of Kooz from disappearing. However, they must contend with a villain who is determined to make the land of Kooz disappear forever.
64b 12b "Go, Dexter Family! Go!" John McIntyre and Chris Savino Walt Dohrn July 12, 2002 (2002-07-12)
Dexter's family must rescue him from aliens.
65a 13a "Scare Tactics" John McIntyre and Chris Savino Walt Dohrn September 20, 2002 (2002-09-20)
After watching a horror film, Dexter and his father become easily frightened.
65c 13c "My Dad Vs. Your Dad" John McIntyre and Chris Savino Cindy Morrow September 20, 2002 (2002-09-20)
Dexter and Mandark's fathers become embroiled in a conflict after trying to defuse one between their sons.

Season 4 (2002–03)[edit]

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Title Directed by Storyboarded and written by Original air date
66a 1a "Beau Tie" Don Judge and Chris Savino Walt Dohrn November 22, 2002 (2002-11-22)
Dee Dee has a new boyfriend who likes science and Einstein. Unfortunately, when Dexter tries to get the boyfriend, named Beau, to see his stuff, Beau ends up running away from the both of them in fear, which saddens Dee Dee.
66b 1b "Remember Me?" Chris Savino Kevin Kaliher November 22, 2002 (2002-11-22)
When Dexter gets amnesia, Dee Dee decides to play tricks on him by creating a whole new identity for him in her image.
66c 1c "Overlabbing" Don Judge and Chris Savino Clayton McKenzie Morrow November 22, 2002 (2002-11-22)
Dexter and Mandark drill underground to expand their labs, but end up running into each other's work. So they agree to share the lab, inducing chaos.
67a 2a "Sis-Tem Error" Don Judge and Chris Savino Mark O'Hare April 25, 2003 (2003-04-25)
Dee Dee accidentally shuts down Dexter's lab, and he has to power it back. In the process, Dee Dee attempts to keep Dexter from finding out what she really did.
67b 2b "Bad Cable Manners" Chris Savino Clayton McKenzie Morrow April 25, 2003 (2003-04-25)
Dexter pirates cable for his father.
67c 2c "Dexter's Library" Don Judge and Chris Savino Mark O'Hare April 25, 2003 (2003-04-25)
Dexter becomes the stern administrator of his local library.
68a 3a "The Scrying Game" Chris Savino Mike Stern May 2, 2003 (2003-05-02)
Dee Dee learns a new game that can predict the future events.
68b 3b "Monstrosi-Dee Dee" Don Judge and Chris Savino Gabe Swarr May 2, 2003 (2003-05-02)
When Dee Dee eats a contaminated apple, she turns into a monster every time when she tells Dexter what to do.
68c 3c "Dad Man Walking" Don Judge and Chris Savino Carlos Ramos May 2, 2003 (2003-05-02)
Dexter's father sleepwalks into Dexter's lab. Dexter discovers this, and now has to escort him out of the lab without waking him up, which proves more difficult than thought.
69a 4a "Dexter's Little Dilemma" Don Judge and Chris Savino Clayton McKenzie Morrow May 9, 2003 (2003-05-09)
Dexter shrinks his parents and puts them into a model of their house for observation.
69b 4b "Faux Chapeau" Don Judge and Chris Savino Chris Reccardi May 9, 2003 (2003-05-09)
Dexter's newest invention looks like a hat, so Dee Dee takes it and wears it around town.
69c 4c "D²" Tim Walker and Chris Savino Mark O'Hare May 9, 2003 (2003-05-09)
Dexter and Dee Dee realize that they make a good team, so they decide to do stuff together, but doing so makes things worse.
70a 5a "Head Band" Don Judge and Chris Savino Kevin Kaliher May 16, 2003 (2003-05-16)
Dee Dee gets a song stuck in her head, which is actually a virus. Dexter and Mom soon catch it, and Dexter has to reverse the effects of this. He succeeds at the end, not knowing that Dad also caught it.
70b 5b "Stuffed Animal House" Chris Savino Gabe Swarr May 16, 2003 (2003-05-16)
Dee Dee's stuffed animals come to life and roam the house when Dee Dee uses a formula that brings inanimate objects to life, which delights Dee Dee, much to his dismay.
70c 5c "Used Ink" Don Judge and Chris Savino Carlos Ramos May 16, 2003 (2003-05-16)
Dexter creates a new type of ink that lets him command people to do whatever he wants. However, when Mandark gets his hands on it, Dexter becomes the one being commanded.
71a 6a "School Girl Crushed" Don Judge and Chris Savino Charlie Bean May 23, 2003 (2003-05-23)
Dexter and Mandark are both outperformed by a new girl at school, so they reluctantly team up to get rid of her.
71b 6b "Chess Mom" Don Judge and Chris Savino Charlie Bean May 23, 2003 (2003-05-23)
Dexter's mother attempts to support him during a chess tournament but does nothing but embarrass him.
71c 6c "Father Knows Least" Don Judge and Chris Savino Carlos Ramos May 23, 2003 (2003-05-23)
Dexter's father is left to watch the kids while his wife visits her sister.
72a 7a "Dexter the Barbarian" Chris Savino Chris Savino May 30, 2003 (2003-05-30)
Dexter tries to emulate the barbarian hero of his favorite comic book.
72b 7b "Tuber Time" Don Judge and Chris Savino Mark O'Hare May 30, 2003 (2003-05-30)
Dexter studies the potato, and when he is fascinated by its power to light up a light bulb, he tries to use it as an energy source.
72c 7c "Sore Eyes" Don Judge and Chris Savino Bill Wray May 30, 2003 (2003-05-30)
Dexter tries to improve his eyesight by giving himself laser eye surgery, but goes too far in doing so.
73a 8a "Babe Sitter" Robert Alvarez and Chris Savino Mark O'Hare September 5, 2003 (2003-09-05)
Dee Dee is hired by Mandark's parents to babysit him.
73b 8b "Mountain Mandark" Don Judge and Chris Savino Kevin Kaliher September 5, 2003 (2003-09-05)
Mandark gets in touch with nature.
73c 8c "2Geniuses 2Gether 4Ever" Don Judge and Chris Savino Clayton McKenzie Morrow September 5, 2003 (2003-09-05)
Dexter decides to work with Mandark, but finds himself doing all of the work. In the end, Mandark tries to press the button when Dexter connects the plug in the outlet to bring his show title back.
74a 9a "Height Unseen" Don Judge and Chris Savino Kevin Kaliher September 12, 2003 (2003-09-12)
Again tired of being short, but mindful of his past failures, Dexter decides to make everyone shorter than himself.
74b 9b "Bygone Errors" Robert Alvarez and Chris Savino Clayton McKenzie Morrow September 12, 2003 (2003-09-12)
Old Dexter And Old Dee Dee's talks about the glory days, and his sister is still there to inject her opinions, telling him what really happened.
74c 9c "Folly Calls" Don Judge and Chris Savino Bobby London September 12, 2003 (2003-09-12)
When Dee Dee tries to cut off a piece of her hair, she accidentally cuts off one of her pigtails. Dexter gives her a potion to make her missing hair grow back. However, Dee Dee squirts too much of it in her hair, and Dexter must return Dee Dee's hair back to normal.
75a 10a "Voice Over" Robert Alvarez and Chris Savino Charlie Bean September 19, 2003 (2003-09-19)
When Dexter's computer gets laryngitis, Dexter must find a replacement voice.
75b 10b "The Blonde Leading the Blonde" Don Judge and Chris Savino Aaron Springer September 19, 2003 (2003-09-19)
Dexter refuses to admit that blondes have more fun, so Dee Dee secretly dyes his hair blond to prove it to him.
75c 10c "Comic Stripper" Don Judge and Chris Savino Chris Reccardi September 19, 2003 (2003-09-19)
Dexter finds out that all of Mandark's plans are taken from a comic book.
76a 11a "Tee Party" Don Judge and Chris Savino Aaron Springer September 26, 2003 (2003-09-26)
Dexter and his father enter a golf tournament, but Dexter's father proves inept at the sport.
76b 11b "Dexter's Wacky Races" Don Judge and Chris Savino Chris Reccardi September 26, 2003 (2003-09-26)
Dexter, Monkey, Agent Honeydew, the Justice Friends, Dee Dee, her imaginary friend Koosalagoopagoop, Mandark, his parents, and Dexter's parents participate in a cross-country race a la Wacky Races.
77a 12a "The Lab of Tomorrow" Don Judge and Chris Savino Charlie Bean November 4, 2003 (2003-11-04)
Monkey narrates a documentary of the future of laboratories and sciences.
77b 12b "Chicken Scratch" Genndy Tartakovsky Genndy Tartakovsky July 3, 2002 (2002-07-03) (original)
November 4, 2003 (2003-11-04) (rerun)
Dexter catches the chicken pox, and Dee Dee tells him a ridiculous tale that if he keeps scratching them, he will turn into an evil chicken. Dexter completely restrains himself so that he won't have to scratch it; unfortunately, he is unable to resist and his nonstop scratching eventually does just that.
Note: This short was first shown in theaters on July 3, 2002, right before The Powerpuff Girls Movie.[citation needed]
77c 12c "Garage Sale" Don Judge and Chris Savino Clayton McKenzie Morrow November 4, 2003 (2003-11-04)
Dexter creates a device that turns people into hideous blobs. His parents then sell the device in a garage sale, where it ends up in Mandark's hands.
78a 13a "They Got Chops" Chris Savino Kevin Kaliher November 20, 2003 (2003-11-20)
When Dee Dee's Judo skills prove too much for Dexter, Dexter learns how to fight back at the same dojo she went to.
78b 13b "Poetic Injustice" Robert Alvarez and Chris Savino Mark O'Hare November 20, 2003 (2003-11-20)
Dexter falls in love with a new girl at his school, but cannot win her heart.
78c 13c "Comedy of Feathers" Genndy Tartakovsky and Chris Savino Genndy Tartakovsky November 20, 2003 (2003-11-20)
Dexter is forced to take Dee Dee to the zoo. There, she ends up trying to save an ostrich with disastrous results, including getting morphed together. Dee Dee and the ostrich switch places.
Note:This is the only episode of the revived series that Genndy Tartakovsky was involved in, other than the theatrical short "Chicken Scratch".


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