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Dexter's Laboratory - Season 1 ((TOP))



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 on TBS and Cartoon Network the following day.[2] A second season that consists of 39 episodes premiered in 1997. In this season, Allison Moore, the voice actor for Dee Dee during the first season, was replaced by Kat Cressida, save for a few episodes. "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.




Dexter's Laboratory - Season 1



Production on a third season began in 2000 with Chris Savino taking over as creative director and later producer. The third season premiered worldwide on November 18, 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 exception of "Tele Trauma". A fourth and final season consisting of 13 episodes aired from November 22, 2002, to November 20, 2003. In total, there are 78 episodes and a television movie across 4 seasons.


A previously unaired episode called "Rude Removal" was originally shown only at certain comic conventions that Tartakovsky attended beginning in 1998. The segment, originally produced for season two, was released online by Adult Swim on January 22, 2013.[4]


Candi Milo replaced Christine Cavanaugh as the voice of Dexter after the first 6 episodes due to Cavanaugh's retirement from voice acting. This is the first season to feature the new character designs and the UPA-influenced backgrounds. It is also the first season to use digital ink and paint. It is also the first season that Chris Savino takes over as the director.


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, and TBS and Cartoon Network on April 28. 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, save for a few episodes. "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 in worldwide on November 18, 2001, during Cartoon Network's "Dexter Goes Global" marathon. 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 20, 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.


Dexter's Laboratory: Season One is a DVD release of the american Cartoon Network animated series, Dexter's Laboratory. It contains all 13 episodes from the first season of the series, and it's on a 2 disc set. This DVD was released on October 12, 2010. This DVD is released under the "Hall of Fame" name. Further seasons were released on January 11, 2011 (season 2), December 6, 2011 (season 3), and December 4, 2012 (season 4), respectively. The Complete Episodes were released on DVD and Blu-ray on November 26, 2013.


The following is a list of episodes of Dexter's Laboratory. This is an 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 March 24, 1996, and TBS on April 14, 1996 and later Cartoon Network on April 28. 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.


  • Season 3 (2001) "Streaky Clean / A Dad Cartoon / Sole Brother": Dexter makes a Kill Sat for the sole purpose of cleaning his clothes, but it malfunctions. / Dexter's dad tries to fix his car. / Dexter becomes fused to Dee Dee's foot. November 18, 2001

  • "Mind Over Chatter / A Quackor Cartoon / Momdark": Dexter tries to give himself the ability to read minds, but mistakenly allows everyone to read his mind instead. / Quackor attempts revenge on Monkey. / Mandark kidnaps Dexter's mom and then disguises himself as her in an attempt to sneak into Dexter's lab. November 18, 2001

  • "Poppa Wheelie / A Mom Cartoon / The Mock Side of the Moon": It's Career Day at school, but Dexter is ashamed of his dad. / Dexter's mom fights another woman at the supermarket over the last pack of rubber gloves. / Dexter travels to the moon and finds an alien fleet prepared to go to Earth. January 18, 2002 (produced in 2001)

  • "Copping an Aptitude / A Failed Lab Experiment / The Grand-Daddy of All Inventions": Dexter goes to college and finds it's not how he expected. / Dexter creates goggles that allow him to see through solid objects, but things go wrong. / Dexter learns his grandfather has a laboratory too. November 30, 2001

  • "A Boy Named Sue / Lab on the Run": Mandark relates the story of his origin. / Two robots (voiced by Fred Willard and Martin Mull) escape from Dexter's lab and try to live in the outside world. March 29, 2002 (produced in 2001)

  • "If Memory Serves / A Mandark Cartoon / Tele-Trauma": Dexter creates a device to retrieve and record his memories, which Mandark tries to steal. / Mandark goes through a typical day while scheming to defeat Dexter. / Dexter creates a device that beams TV shows directly into his head. February 22, 2002 (produced in 2001)

  • "Dos Boot / A Dee Dee Cartoon / Would You Like That in the Can?": Mandark enters Dexter's computer through cyberspace, so Dexter enters cyberspace himself to defeat him. / Dee Dee plays in her own "lab". / Dexter and his friend Douglas sneak into the girl's bathroom to retrieve Dexter's lunchbox after another student picked it up by mistake. June 7, 2002 (produced in 2001)

  • "That Magic Moment / A Silent Cartoon / Opposites Attract": Dexter's uncle Fergel O'Reilly (voiced by Mark Hamill) visits the family. / Dee Dee paints the lab pink. / A magnetic field causes Dexter and Dee Dee to get stuck together. June 14, 2002 (produced in 2001)

  • "Oh, Brother / Another Dad Cartoon / Bar Exam": Dexter travels to another universe where he has a brother instead of a sister. / While home alone, Dexter's dad cuts loose. / Dexter must pass P.E. or else he'll be held back a grade. July 5, 2002 (produced in 2001)

  • "Comic Relief / A Third Dad Cartoon / Robo Dexo 3000": Dexter makes a lifelike superhero comic, with Dee Dee as the villainess "Deestructa". / Dexter's dad plays golf with his kids. / Dexter creates the ultimate robot to replace his previous one. June 21, 2002 (produced in 2001)

  • "Glove at First Sight / A Mom and Dad Cartoon / Smells Like Victory": We learn how Dexter's parents met in the 80s. / Dexter and Dee Dee eavesdrop on their parents and mistakenly conclude that they are breaking up. / The U.S. army discovers Dexter's lab and believes it is a base for alien invaders. June 28, 2002 (produced in 2001)

  • "Scare Tactics / A Mom Cartoon / My Dad vs. Your Dad": Dexter and his dad both become rattled by a scary movie. / Dexter's mom fights another woman at the supermarket over the last pack of rubber glovesnote A rerun of an earlier episode.. / Dexter and Mandark's fathers meet each other and eventually start fighting. September 20, 2002 (produced in 2001)

  • "Jeepers, Creepers, Where is Peepers? / Go, Dexter Family! Go!": Dexter and Koos must rescue Koos' friend Peepers and the land of imagination from an invader. / Dexter's family teams up to rescue him from aliens. July 12, 2002 (produced in 2001)



Dexter discovers the formula for ultimate laughs! Deep in the depths of his secret laboratory, boy genius Dexter computes, experiments, invents and builds incredible creations like mom robots, interdimensional portals, talking animals, brain replacements and stealth dodgeball devices, until his ditzy sister Dee Dee ruins his overly-executed plans... if only he could fit her into a test tube! These awesome first episodes from the award-winning hit series also include the heroic stories of The Justice Friends and Dial M for Monkey - super heroes who snuff out evil like it was the flame on a Bunsen burner! From the acclaimed director of Star Wars: Clone Wars, Samurai Jack and The Powerpuff Girls, this 13-Episode 2-Disc DVD Collection proves Dexter is hilarious! 041b061a72


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