Dexter's Laboratory Season 1

April. 28,1996      TV-G
Rating:
7.9
Trailer Synopsis

Dexter's Laboratory is an American comic science fiction animated children's television series created by Genndy Tartakovsky for Cartoon Network. The series follows Dexter, a boy-genius with a secret laboratory filled with his collection of inventions. He constantly battles his sister Dee Dee, who always gains access despite his best efforts to keep her out, as well as his arch-rival and neighbor, Mandark. The series' first two seasons contain additional segments: Dial M for Monkey, which focuses on Dexter's pet lab monkey-turned-superhero, and The Justice Friends, about a trio of superheroes who share an apartment. Tartakovsky first pitched the series to Hanna-Barbera's animated shorts showcase World Premiere Toons, basing it on student films he produced while attending the California Institute of the Arts. Four shorts were created and broadcast on Cartoon Network in 1995 and 1996 before viewer approval ratings convinced the network to order a 13-episode first season, which premiered on April 28, 1996. By 1999, 52 episodes and a television movie had been produced, and Tartakovsky then left the series to begin work on his other projects, Samurai Jack and Star Wars: Clone Wars. In 2001, the network revived the series under a different production team at Cartoon Network Studios, and after 26 more episodes, the series ended on November 20, 2003.

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February. 09,1997
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February. 05,1997
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February. 02,1997
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January. 26,1997
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January. 19,1997
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Episode 42 : Episode 42
January. 12,1997
Episode 41 : Episode 41
January. 08,1997
Episode 40 : Episode 40
January. 05,1997
Episode 38 : Monstory
January. 01,1997
Dexter accidently turns Dee Dee into a monster, so he has to turn into one himself to stop her.
Episode 38 : Monstory
January. 01,1997
Not interested in hearing Dee Dee's long-winded story, Dexter gives her a silencing formula to keep her quiet, but it instead turns her into a giant monster still bent on telling her story. When he realizes that nothing can make her quiet, he becomes a giant monster himself.
Episode 37 : The Justice Friends: Can't Nap
January. 01,1997
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.
Episode 37 : The Justice Friends: Can't Nap
January. 01,1997
Dexter accidently turns Dee Dee into a monster, so he has to turn into one himself to stop her.
Episode 36 : Inflata Dee Dee
January. 01,1997
Major Glory tries to keep White Tiger out of his property with Krunk to help him.
Episode 36 : Inflata Dee Dee
January. 01,1997
Dee Dee inflates Dexter's hydro-plasmatic suit and constantly floats in the air, prompting Dexter to bring her down.
Episode 35 : Mandarker
December. 25,1996
Following the destruction of his lab by Dexter and Dee Dee (in the episode Dexter's Rival), Mandark turns to magic to beat Dexter at the science fair.
Episode 35 : Mandarker
December. 25,1996
Dee Dee tries on Dexter's inflatable suit, and is swept away on the wind. In getting her down, Dexter accidentally destroys the suit. Dee Dee fixes it by tying balloons to it.
Episode 34 : Dexter's Rival
December. 25,1996
Mandark Astronomanov, a new student at Dexter's school, seems to be superior to Dexter academically. Mandark forces Dexter to shut down his lab so that Mandark's lab can gain more power. However, with the help of Dee Dee, Dexter manages to destroy Mandark's lab.
Episode 34 : The Justice Friends: Bee Where?
December. 25,1996
Dexter and Mandark participate in a science fair competition, but Mandark finds himself completly without resources, desperate, he turns to the dark magics...
Episode 34 : The Justice Friends: Bee Where?
December. 25,1996
Major Glory, Krunk, and Valhallen try to rid their apartment of a bee.
Episode 33 : Dexter's Debt
December. 18,1996
Dexter's lab is threatened with repossession unless he can repay his debt to NASA. When Dee Dee wins the same amount in a lottery, he decides to steal her money out of desperation.
Episode 33 : Dexter's Debt
December. 18,1996
Major Glory goes crazy trying to get a bee out of the apartment.
Episode 32 : The Justice Friends: Ratman
December. 18,1996
Somehow Dexter got a debt of 200 million dollars with the NASA, so he must find a way to get the money.
Episode 32 : The Justice Friends: Ratman
December. 18,1996
To fix their apartment's plumbing, Krunk and Valhallen go to the basement, where they meet Ratman, a diminutive vigilante raised by rats (a parody of Batman).
Episode 31 : Spacecase
December. 18,1996
To prevent himself from being taken away by aliens for experimentation, Dexter tricks Dee Dee into going instead, but he regrets his decision after realizing how much he cares for her.
Episode 31 : Spacecase
December. 18,1996
While searching the basement, the Justice Friends discover a new hero with the special ability of repairing.
Episode 30 : Tribe Called Girl
December. 11,1996
To get rid of some aliens, Dexter offers Dee Dee as a test subject tricking her into thinking they're going to candy land. The guilt drives Dexter crazy and he goes to rescue her. The aliens willingly gives Dee Dee back (she wrecked their ship looking for candy).
Episode 30 : Tribe Called Girl
December. 11,1996
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. He gets caught by the girls, who force him to take part in their activities.
Episode 29 : The Justice Friends: Say Uncle Sam
December. 11,1996
Major Glory forces Krunk and Valhallen to tidy up their apartment for his Uncle Sam, who is coming over for a visit.
Episode 29 : The Justice Friends: Say Uncle Sam
December. 11,1996
Dee Dee, LeeLee and MeeMee are having a pijama party, which Dexter decides to explore to learn the behaivor of other ""species"".
Episode 28 : Way of the Dee Dee
December. 11,1996
Mayor Glory has one week to teach Valhallen and Krunk some manners before his Uncle Sam arrives.
Episode 28 : Way of the Dee Dee
December. 11,1996
Dee Dee teaches Dexter how to live life her way instead of being lonely and purely focused on science.
Episode 27 : The Big Cheese
December. 04,1996
Dexter's new device allows him to study for the next day's French test while sleeping. It malfunctions, causing a single phrase -omelette du fromage- to repeat throughout the night, causing Dexter to wake up the next morning speaking nothing else except "omelette du fromage".
Episode 27 : The Big Cheese
December. 04,1996
Dee Dee tries to get Dexter to loosen up. It works, but Dexter ends up trying to destroy his lab. Dee Dee realizes her mistake, that she tried to change who Dexter is.
Episode 26 : The Justice Friends: Krunk's Date
December. 04,1996
Dexter decides to study french with an old record, but when the record repeats constantly ""Omellete du fromage"", it becomes everything Dexter can say.
Episode 26 : The Justice Friends: Krunk's Date
December. 04,1996
While fighting Comrade Red and his gang, Krunk falls in love with his equivalent in their gang, She-Thing.
Episode 25 : Dollhouse Drama
December. 04,1996
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. He soon becomes an unwilling character in Dee Dee's doll story, but he believes the story to be real.
Episode 25 : Dollhouse Drama
December. 04,1996
Krunk falls in love with a female version of him, She-Thing.
Episode 24 : Dream Machine
November. 27,1996
After Dexter shrinks himself to doll size, he becomes an unwilling character in Dee Dee's doll story. Due to a side effect of shrinking, he starts to confuse fantasy with reality, and starts to believe the story is real.
Episode 24 : Dream Machine
November. 27,1996
When Dexter's nightmares become frequent and problematic, he invents a machine that allows him to have nice dreams, as long as Dee Dee can operate it properly while she is awake.
Episode 23 : The Justice Friends: Valhallen's Room
November. 27,1996
Valhallen loses his magic ax and starts turning into a nerd, forcing Major Glory and Krunk to enter his room to find it.
Episode 23 : The Justice Friends: Valhallen's Room
November. 27,1996
Haunted by nightmares about Dee-Dee explaining to Einstien the purpose of meaning, Dexter decides to induce pleasant dreams into his mind scientificlly. Using a barly awake Dee-Dee to operate his Dream Machine, Dexter embarks on a wonderous little adventure where he absorbs knowledge, learns all languages, and learns how to program a VCR. His dream goes well until Dee-Dee accidently gives the machine a little nudge in the wrong direction.
Episode 22 : Babysitter Blues
November. 27,1996
Major Glory and Krunk must find Valhallen's guitar before he loses his powers.
Episode 22 : Babysitter Blues
November. 27,1996
Dexter has a crush on his teenage babysitter Lisa. When he finds out that she has a boyfriend, he sabotages their relationship and accelerates his age by ten years in an attempt to win her heart.
Episode 21 : Game Over
November. 20,1996
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 bring him out.
Episode 21 : Game Over
November. 20,1996
Unable to win the heart of his babysitter, Dexter ages himself in the hopes of having better luck.
Episode 20 : The Justice Friends: TV Super Pals
November. 20,1996
A videogame takes over Dexter's lab.
Episode 20 : The Justice Friends: TV Super Pals
November. 20,1996
With only one television in their apartment, Major Glory, Krunk, and Valhallen disagree on what to watch: Major Glory's televised capture of the Disgruntled Postman, TV Puppet Pals, or the monster truck pull.
Episode 19 : Star Spangled Sidekicks
November. 20,1996
Dexter and Dee Dee enter tryouts to become Major Glory's sidekick. When Dee Dee wins, Dexter realizes that fancy costumes are not the only criterion to become a superhero.
Episode 19 : Star Spangled Sidekicks
November. 20,1996
Mayor Glory, Valhallen and Krunk want to watch different shows on TV at the exact same hour.
Episode 18 : The Big Sister
June. 02,1996
Rerun of the second "What a Cartoon!" pilot.
Episode 18 : Dial M For Monkey: Huntor
June. 02,1996
Dexter and Dee Dee enter the tryouts for Major Glory's sidekick.
Episode 17 : Dee Dee's Room
June. 02,1996
Monkey must fight for his life against a hunter on a jungle asteroid.
Episode 17 : Dial M For Monkey: Huntor
June. 02,1996
Monkey encounters an alien hunter named Huntor and must fight him to save Agent Honeydew and Commander Chief.
Episode 16 : Dee Dee's Room
June. 02,1996
After Dee Dee steals his critical invention, Dexter ventures into her room to find it.
Episode 16 : Dimwit Dexter
May. 26,1996
To find his missing invention, Dexter heads into the one place he fears to go: Dee Dee's room, where cooties run rampant.
Episode 15 : Dimwit Dexter
May. 26,1996
Due to overworking his brain, Dexter's mind shuts down, making him act idiotic.
Episode 15 : Dial M For Monkey: Orgon Grindor
May. 26,1996
While on a date with Agent Honeydew, Monkey gets hypnotized by the music of the Organ Grindor who commands him to rob Fort Knox.
Episode 14 : Jurassic Pooch
May. 26,1996
To clone a dinosaur with an incomplete DNA sequence, Dexter uses his dog's genetic code to fill in the gaps.
Episode 13 : Dial M for Monkey: Barbequor
May. 19,1996
Monkey's birthday party is interrupted by Barbequor an intergalactic villain who plans to eat the planets, and his sidekick, the Silver Spooner.
Episode 12 : Changes
May. 19,1996
Rerun of "Dexter's Laboratory", the first "What a Cartoon!" pilot.
Episode 12 : Double Trouble
May. 19,1996
Dee Dee and her friends, Lee Lee and Mee Mee, enter Dexter's lab and wreak havoc. Dexter clones himself to stop them, but the girls too make clones of themselves.
Episode 11 : Dial M for Monkey: Simion
May. 12,1996
Monkey encounters Simion, an intelligent anthropomorphic chimpanzee who seeks vengeance on humans for turning him into his current state.
Episode 10 : Dexter's Rival
May. 12,1996
Mandark Astronomanov, a new student at Dexter's school, seems to be superior to Dexter academically. Mandark forces Dexter to shut down his lab so that Mandark's lab can gain more power. However, with the help of Dee Dee, Dexter manages to destroy Mandark's lab.
Episode 9 : Old Man Dexter
May. 12,1996
Banned from watching a late-night movie due to his young age, Dexter uses his technology to artificially grow into adulthood, but Dee Dee tampers with his machine, causing Dexter to turn into an old man.
Episode 9 : Dexter's Assistant
May. 05,1996
In need of an assistant to operate his latest invention, Dexter performs a brain transplant on Dee Dee to make her smart enough to fulfill the role. With her new brain, Dee Dee proves to be more intelligent than Dexter.
Episode 8 : Dial M for Monkey: Rasslor
May. 05,1996
Intergalactic wrestling champion Rasslor challenges Earth's superheroes, including Monkey, with the planet's fate at stake.
Episode 7 : Dexter Dodgeball
May. 05,1996
Dexter is forced to play dodgeball by his P. E. teacher. Constantly failing, Dexter builds a robotic exoskeleton to defend himself.
Episode 6 : Maternal Combat
April. 28,1996
When his mother falls ill, Dexter creates a robot to do her chores. Dee Dee gets hold of its remote control and wreaks havoc, forcing Dexter to create a second robot to counter Dee Dee's.
Episode 5 : Dial M for Monkey: Magmanamus
April. 28,1996
Monkey must defend the city from a giant underground lava monster, Magmanamus, who cannot sleep because of the noise created by its residents.
Episode 4 : Dee Deemensional
April. 28,1996
Dexter falls victim to one of his own inventions and sends Dee Dee back in time to warn his past self about the consequences, but the past Dexter proves hard to convince.

Seasons

Season 4
Season 4 2002
Season 3
Season 3 2001
Season 2
Season 2 1997
Season 1
Season 1 1996

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