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They Got Chops / Poetic Injustice / Comedy of Feathers
2003-11-19
"They Got Chops" (7 minutes) When Dee Dee starts layin' the judo on Dexter, he learns to fight back. "Poetic Injustice" (7 minutes) Dexter falls for a girl at school and tries to win her heart with the most unscientific thing of all-poetry.

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The Lab of Tomorrow / Chicken Scratch / Garage Sale
2003-11-03
"The Lab of Tomorrow" (7 minutes) Dexter narrates as he shows new scientists the great inventions he has planned for a super, future, modern lab. "Chicken Scratch" (5:40) When Dexter comes down with a case of Chicken Pox, DeeDee warns him that if he scratches at all, he'll turn into a chicken.

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Tee Party / Dexter's Wacky Races
2003-09-25
"Tee Party" (11 minutes) When Dad makes Dexter be his caddy, Dexter destroys the normally peaceful game of golf. "Dexter's Wacky Races" (11 minutes) The Dexter cast is outfitted in their various mobiles cr"ating havoc as they race towards the finish line.

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Voice Over / Blonde Leading the Blonde / Comic Stripper
2003-09-18
"Voice Over" (7 minutes) When Computer gets laryngitis, Dexter must find a replacement voice for her. "Blonde Leading the Blonde" (7 minutes) When Dexter refuses to see that blondes have more fun, Dee Dee secretly dyes his hair to prove her point.

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Height Unseen / Bygone Errors / Folly Calls
2003-09-11
"Height Unseen" (7 minutes) When everyone but him has had a growth spurt, Dexter decides to try and make himself tall. When that fails, he switches things around, making everyone else short.

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Babe Setter / Mountain Mandark / 2 geniuses 2 gether 4 ever
2003-09-04
"Babe Sitter" (7 minutes) Mandark thinks he's going to have a nice romantic evening with his lady love when Dee Dee shows up to babysit him. "Mountain Mandark" (7 minutes) Getting in touch with nature, Mandark becomes Mountain Mandark, throwing of the shackles of technology.

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Dexter the Barbarian / Tuber Time / Sore Eyes
2003-05-29
"Dexter the Barbarian" (7 minutes) Dexter is a barbarian just trying to make his way to the bathroom. "Tuber Time" (7 minutes) When Dexter discovers the power of the potato, he rewires the lab to run off the spud.

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School Girl Crushed / Chess Mom / Father Knows Least
2003-05-22
"School Girl Crushed" (7 minutes) Dexter and Mandark attempt to defend their scientific turfs when a new scientific genius come to town. The only thing different is that this genius is a girl!

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Head Band / Stuffed Animal House / Used Ink
2003-05-15
"Head Band" (7 minutes) Dee Dee has a song stuck in her head-literally. Dexter discovers that Dee Dee has a viral boy band infecting her brain and must come up with a cure before it spreads throughout the world.

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Dexter's Little Dilemma / Faux Chapeau / D2
2003-05-08
"Dexter's Little Dilemma" (7 minutes) Dexter has shrunk his parents and put them in a model of the house. But the house isn't complete, so Dexter must scramble about before they discover the truth.

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The Scrying Game / Monstrosi-Dee-Dee / Dad Man Walking
2003-05-04
"The Scrying Game" (7 minutes) Dee Dee reads Dexter's fortune and, much to his shock, the things she predicted actually start happening. "Monstrosi-Dee Dee" (7 minutes) When a monster keeps appearing and chasing Dexter through his lab, little does he know that the monster is really Dee Dee who's eaten an apple from his failed experiment.

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Sis-Tem Error / Bad Cable Manners / Dexter's Library
2003-04-24
"Sis-tem Error" (7 minutes) Dee Dee accidentally shuts down the lab and must embody all of Dexter's lab so he doesn't find out. "Bad Cable Manners" (7 minutes) Dad wants good reception so badly that Dexter secretly pirates cable to make his Dad happy.

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Beau Tie/Remember Me/Overlabbing
2002-11-21
"Beau tie" (7 minutes) Dee Dee brings home a boy who's not only cute-he's smart. Soon Dexter and Dee Dee are fighting for his attention.

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Dexter's Laboratory is an animated television series from Cartoon Network, originally airing between 1996 and 2003. This Emmy-nominated show was a product of the creative genius of Genndy Tartakovsky. With its distinctive art style and a unique sense of humor, Dexter’s Laboratory found a place in the hearts of both children and adults alike.

In the center of this delightful show is Dexter, a boy-genius who camouflages his secret laboratory behind the façade of a typical suburban home. Dexter is no ordinary kid – he's passionate about science and has a mind-boggling, technologically advanced lab filled with his remarkable inventions and futuristic gadgets. Despite his youth, Dexter's scientific prowess exceed far beyond the average adult, dealing with complex scientific concepts and creating spectacular inventions. However, this does not exempt him from typical childhood issues and his non-scientific family, reminding viewers that at the heart of it all, Dexter is just a normal kid.

The show cleverly inverts the stereotypical power dynamics, with Dexter possessing the resourcefulness, intelligence, and independence of an adult, but often still being outwitted by the problems at hand. These arise often at the hands of his unpredictable elder sister, Deedee, the counterpart to Dexter's logic-oriented mindset. Deedee is an energetic, bubbly girl whose main interest in life is to invade her younger brother's laboratory. Her curiosity often leads to disastrous results, adding a layer of comedic absurdity to the show, as many episodes revolve around Dexter attempting to repair the havoc caused by Deedee's unpredictable nature. The back-and-forth sibling rivalry provides the series with an inexhaustible source of comedy and most importantly, heart.

The parents of Dexter and Deedee are completely oblivious to the existence of the secret laboratory. The mother is a typical suburban mom obsessed with cleanliness and house chores while the father is a well-meaning, cheerful chap who loves bowling and golf. These characters add to the colorful tapestry of the show, their plain, almost stereotypical traits contrasting strongly with the outlandish, science-centered world that Dexter inhabits.

Apart from the regular characters, Dexter's Laboratory is peppered with an ensemble of recurring characters – like Dexter's arch-nemesis Mandark, another child genius but with sinister intentions, and Monkey, Dexter's lab monkey who secretly leads a superhero life. Each of these characters comes with their own quirks, aiding in keeping the series fresh, innovative and continually entertaining.

Dexter's Laboratory also thrives in its eccentric art style. The animation is striking, filled with bold lines and vibrant colors that complement the larger-than-life characters and the fantastical sci-fi scenarios concocted by the show. The geometric, chunky designs of the characters and settings add to the charm, making it an unforgettable visual treat.

Beyond the surface-level comedy and eye-catching animation, Dexter's Laboratory explores various themes - from the intricacies of sibling relationships and the trials of early adolescence to the ethics of scientific experimentation and the importance of responsibility. It uses a combination of episodic and serial storytelling, with each episode presenting a self-contained narrative, though some plotlines do extend across multiple episodes, ensuring continuity and character development.

The show's unique charm also lies in its experimental narrative approach. Despite being primarily a comedy, it sometimes switches to other genres, exploring horror, action, and even drama, while always retaining its distinct, refreshing tone. It has mini segments within the show like “Dial M for Monkey” and “The Justice Friends”, playing on superhero stereotypes, which not only diversifies the content but also gives the audience intermittent, bite-sized stories, enhancing the overall viewing experience.

In essence, Dexter's Laboratory is a show that appeals to a broad spectrum of audiences. It is a hilarious and heartwarming exploration of childhood, family, and the pursuit of knowledge, all the while keeping viewers entertained with its engaging narratives, loveable characters, and visually stunning animation. The show left a strong legacy, being remembered as one of Cartoon Network's pioneering original animated series, setting the stage for many to follow. Dexter's Laboratory, with its blend of humor, heart, and science, taught an entire generation that in a world of extraordinary phenomena, sometimes the most extraordinary things can happen in the most ordinary places.

Dexter's Laboratory is a series categorized as a canceled. Spanning 6 seasons with a total of 164 episodes, the show debuted on 1996. The series has earned a moderate reviews from both critics and viewers. The IMDb score stands at 7.9.

Channel
Cartoon Network
Rating
7.9/10
Cast
Kath Soucie, Jeff Bennett, Christine Cavanaugh
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