Dexter's Laboratory Season 4

November. 22,2002      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.

Episode 38 : Comedy of Feathers
November. 20,2003
When Dee Dee sees an Ostrage at the Zoo, she wants one of her own as a pet.
Episode 38 : Comedy of Feathers
November. 20,2003
When Dee Dee sees an Ostrage at the Zoo, she wants one of her own as a pet.
Episode 37 : Poetic Injustice
November. 20,2003
Dexter falls in love with a new girl at his school, but decides to impress her with poetry rather than science.
Episode 37 : Poetic Injustice
November. 20,2003
Dexter falls in love with a new girl at his school, but decides to impress her with poetry rather than science.
Episode 36 : They Got Chops
November. 20,2003
Dee Dee starts layin' down the Judo on Dexter, then Dexter learns how to fight back.
Episode 36 : They Got Chops
November. 20,2003
Dee Dee starts layin' down the Judo on Dexter, then Dexter learns how to fight back.
Episode 35 : Garage Sale
November. 04,2003
Dexters parents accidentally sell Dexter's latest invention, and it is bought by Mandark.
Episode 35 : Garage Sale
November. 04,2003
Dexters parents accidentally sell Dexter's latest invention, and it is bought by Mandark.
Episode 34 : Chicken Scratch
November. 04,2003
Episode 34 : Chicken Scratch
November. 04,2003
Episode 33 : The Lab of Tomorrow
November. 04,2003
Monkey narrates a documentry of the future of Laboratories and sciences.
Episode 33 : The Lab of Tommorow
November. 04,2003
Monkey narrates a documentry of the future of Laboratories and sciences.
Episode 32 : Dexter's Wacky Races
September. 26,2003
Dexter, Monkey, The Justice Freinds, Dee-Dee, her imaginary freind Coosie, Mandark, his parents, and Dexter's Parents participate in a cross-country race
Episode 32 : Dexter's Wacky Races
September. 26,2003
Dexter, Monkey, The Justice Freinds, Dee-Dee, her imaginary freind Coosie, Mandark, his parents, and Dexter's Parents participate in a cross-country race
Episode 31 : Tee Party
September. 26,2003
Dexter and his dad enter a Golf tournament, with Dad eager to get his hands on the Trophy, but there is one problem: he is hopeless at Golf, so Dexter decides to help with a remote controlled Golf ball
Episode 31 : Tee Party
September. 26,2003
Dexter and his dad enter a Golf tournament, with Dad eager to get his hands on the Trophy, but there is one problem: he is hopeless at Golf, so Dexter decides to help with a remote controlled Golf ball
Episode 30 : Comic Stripper
September. 19,2003
Dexter finds out that all of Mandark's plans are taken from a comic book. This way, he can get ready.
Episode 30 : Comic Stripper
September. 19,2003
Dexter finds out that all of Mandark's plans are taken from a comic book. This way, he can get ready.
Episode 29 : Blonde Leading the Blonde
September. 19,2003
Dexter refuses to see that blonde's have more fun, so he dyes Dee Dee's hair to prove it.
Episode 29 : Blonde Leading the Blonde
September. 19,2003
Dexter refuses to see that blonde's have more fun, so he dyes Dee Dee's hair to prove it.
Episode 28 : Voice Over
September. 19,2003
When Dexter's Computer gets Laryngitus, Dexter must find a replacement voice for her.
Episode 28 : Voice Over
September. 19,2003
When Dexter's Computer gets Laryngitus, Dexter must find a replacement voice for her.
Episode 27 : Folly Calls
September. 12,2003
When Dee Dee accidentally chops off her pigtail, Dexter gives her some hair growth potion. Although when she uses it, her hair floods the entire house.
Episode 27 : Folly Calls
September. 12,2003
When Dee Dee accidentally chops off her pigtail, Dexter gives her some hair growth potion. Although when she uses it, her hair floods the entire house.
Episode 26 : Bygone Errors
September. 12,2003
This takes place in the future, where Old Man Dexter tells about his ""glory days"". And Old lady Dee Dee keeps on adding her opinions as well...
Episode 26 : Bygone Errors
September. 12,2003
This takes place in the future, where Old Man Dexter tells about his ""glory days"". And Old lady Dee Dee keeps on adding her opinions as well...
Episode 25 : Height Unseen
September. 12,2003
Dexter is tired of being short, since his old plan of growing himself didnt work, he decides to make everyone shorter than him.
Episode 25 : Height Unseen
September. 12,2003
Dexter is tired of being short, since his old plan of growing himself didnt work, he decides to make everyone shorter than him.
Episode 24 : 2Geniuses 2Gether 4Ever
September. 05,2003
Dexter decides its better if him and Mandark work together, although in the end Dexter does all the work while Mandark does nothing
Episode 23 : Mountain Mandark
September. 05,2003
Mandark drops technology and starts being more in touch with nature.
Episode 22 : Babe Sitter
September. 05,2003
Dee Dee goes over to Mandark's house to baby sit him, and Mandark likes that idea.
Episode 21 : Sore Eyes
May. 30,2003
Dexter is tired of wearing glasses, so he uses laser surgery on his eyes to make him have 1/20 vision. Although, he learns than no human should be able to see THIS well...
Episode 20 : Tuber Time
May. 30,2003
When Dexter realises the power of the potato, he redesigns his lab to work on it.
Episode 19 : Dexter the Barbarian
May. 30,2003
Dexter goes on a quest. His quest is to reach the bathroom before he explodes.
Episode 18 : Father Knows Least
May. 23,2003
Dad gets fired from his job, and has to do the same job Mom does. He realises it isnt as easy as it looks.
Episode 17 : Chess Mom
May. 23,2003
Mom thinks she should spend quality time and watch Dexter in his chess comatition. Although, she really embarasses Dexter while hes there...
Episode 16 : School Girl Crushed
May. 23,2003
Decxter and Mandark are both outperformed by a new girl attending the school, jealous, they become allies to deal with her.
Episode 15 : Used Ink
May. 16,2003
Dexter creates an ink in which lets him command them to do whatever he wants them to do. Although when Mandark gets a hold of it, Dexter is the one being the slave.
Episode 14 : Stuffed Animal House
May. 16,2003
Dee Dee's stuffed animals come to life and roam the house. Dee Dee and Dexter must get them before Mom and Dad find out.
Episode 13 : Head Band
May. 16,2003
Dee Dee has a song stuck in her head. Literally.
Episode 12 : D²
May. 09,2003
Dexter and Dee Dee realise when they work together, they make a pretty good team.
Episode 11 : Faux Chapeau
May. 09,2003
Dexter creates a new invention and wears it on his head. It suddenly becomes the latest fashion craze at Huber elementry.
Episode 10 : Dexter's Little Dilemma
May. 09,2003
Dexter accidentally shrinks his parents, and puts them into a model of there house. Although the house isnt completed, so Dexter must find a way to reverse it before they know the truth.
Episode 9 : Dad Man Walking
May. 02,2003
Dexte'rs father begins to sleepwalk, and accidently stumbles into Dexter's Lab
Episode 8 : Monstrosi-Dee Dee
May. 02,2003
A Monster starts roaming Dexter's lab, although Dexter doesnt know its just Dee Dee, who ate an apple in a failed lab experiment.
Episode 7 : The Scrying Game
May. 02,2003
Dee Dee learns a new game that can ""predict peoples futures"". She uses it on Dexter, and finds out that the game REALLY DOES predict peoples futures...
Episode 6 : Dexter's Library
April. 25,2003
When Dexter becomes the head of a library, he inforces the rules really hard, driving everyone crazy.
Episode 5 : Bad Cable Manners
April. 25,2003
Dad wants cable really bad, so Dexter illegally pirates cable for him.
Episode 4 : Sis-Tem Error
April. 25,2003
Dee Dee accidentally breaks down Dexter's lab, and she tries to not and let him know its broken.
Episode 3 : Overlabbing
November. 22,2002
Dexter and Mandark drill underground to expand their labs, but end up overlapping each other's work. They secretly devise a plan to destroy each other.
Episode 2 : Remember Me
November. 22,2002
Dexter is hit by a wrench while working on a device, and suffers amnesia, Dee Dee decides to mess with his head
Episode 1 : Beau Tie
November. 22,2002
Dee-Dee has a new boyfriend who also likes science and Einstein, and soon the boy finds himself caught in a vicious tug of war...

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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