Dexter and Dee Dee audition to be Major Glory's sidekick; The Infragable Krunk wants to watch his favorite TV show; Dexter is trapped inside a video game. The second season segment Dexter's Laboratory: Rude Removal (1998) was never aired on television due to the excessive use of (censored) profanity. Mandark was trying to activate a machine by pressing a button on a remote but it didn't work until Dexter plugged in the machine which made Dexter's Laboratory appear in green letter the way it does in the theme song, this was a reference to the theme song. Voice Over is the first part of the 10th aired and 9th produced episode in season 4 of Dexter's Laboratory, which first aired on September 19, 2003. In "Maternal Combat", when his mother falls, Dexter creates a robot mom to substitute for her. Dad, Mom, and Dee Dee, despite having her voices heard, do not appear in this episode. Mandark is shocked by this and thinks that this is a joke at first, but then he detects no lies and agrees to take his lab. It is the third to final produced episode of the revival series, which take places before the 1999 television film Ego Trip. Later, Computer starts sounding like Michael Buffer as Dexter works on his invention. Shortly after, Dexter gets annoyed and goes to wrench the voice chip once more. Occasionally, a segment centers on characters other than Dexter and his As Dexter works, Computer's voice starts making him very nervous as the computer has a sexy and seductive voice. Dexter and Mandark decide to combine their labs, but Dexter finds himself doing more work than he can handle. In "The Big Sister", Dee Dee eats one of Dexter's experimental cookies and becomes a giant. The blast makes Mandark fall over the way Dexter does in the theme song. The boy genius goes around doing his morning duties, and goes to prepare for work. In the morning, Computer powers up the laboratory just as Dexter gets out of bed for the day. In "Dexter's Debt", Dexter owes a huge debt to NASA and must find some way to pay it. Dexter gives Mandark the remote to activate the machine. This is the only last episode of executive producer. Mandark goes over there and he keeps on thinking that Dexter is trying to pull a trick on him but every single time, it just seems to be something normal. Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. and the words THE END appear on screen and he says his last words "Hey!
For the third test, Computer's new voice orders Dexter to input the number of an invention he's working on. Mandark tries pressing the button but it doesn't work, he tries it again a bunch of times and it's not working. This is the last produced episode of Dexter's Laboratory before the events of the television film ", Despite this being the last episode of the original revival series on production order, it was aired in the U.S. before ten other episodes (", This is the last episode when Dexter gives up on trying to stop Mandark from destroying his lab and that he is deciding to give up his lab to Mandark to make him more powerful so that he can take over the world since the previous produced episode ". There, Dexter wrenches the bolt on Computer's voice chip and comes out shortly after. He is about to make the rest of the episode be all about him, but just then the words THE END appear on screen because the episode is over. The next day, Computer's voice is back to normal. It is the third to final produced episode of the revival series, which take places before the 1999 television film Ego Trip.
Instead of helping Dexter however, Mandark makes Dexter do all the work while he sits back and does nothing.
Mandark says top secret plans and they go and see one of his plans which is a machine that makes people smarter. Dexter orders her to fix her voice, and soon changes his mind when Computer shows him how long it would take. And so begins the events of "Ego Trip". Boy genius Dexter wants to stay up and watch the 8 o'clock movie with his family, but his mother says he's not old enough. The new kid in school, Mandark, steals Dexter's spotlight and his ego when he find Mandark has a bigger and better laboratory. In "Huntor", Monkey finds himself stalked by an alien hunter. 2Geniuses 2Gether 4Ever is the third part of the 8th aired episode and 13th and final produced episode in season 4 in Dexter's Laboratory. He heads back inside the motherboard and wrenches the voice chip some more.
The episode aired on September 5, 2003. He has finally given up on trying to stop him and he is now going to allow him to be evil and he is going to team up with him to help him with his evil plans for world domination. Deedeemensional/Dial M for Monkey: Magmanamus/Maternal Combat, Dexter Dodgeball/Dial M for Monkey: Rasslor/Dexter's Assistant, Dexter's Rival/Dial M for Monkey: Simion/Old Man Dexter, Double Trouble/Dial M for Monkey: Barbequor/Changes, Jurassic Pooch/Dial M for Monkey: Orgon Grindor/Dimwit Dexter, Dee Dee's Room/Dial M for Monkey: Huntor/The Big Sister, Star Spangled Sidekicks/The Justice Friends: TV Super Pals/Game Over, Babysitter Blues/The Justice Friends: Valhallen's Room/Dream Machine, Dollhouse Drama/The Justice Friends: Krunk's Date/The Big Cheese, Way of the Dee Dee/The Justice Friends: Say Uncle Sam/Tribe Called Girl, Spacecase/The Justice Friends: Ratman/Dexter's Debt, Dexter's Rival/The Justice Friends: Bee Where?/Mandarker, IMDb Picks: Animated Kids' Shows That Adults Love. This mean that Dexter did not build the world domination machine, he built the machine from the theme song. Dexter says that he has it and that he will be able to help him build it. It was also the final episode produced in 2002 along with its. Dexter's Laboratory (commonly abbreviated as Dexter's Lab) is an American animated television series created by Genndy Tartakovsky for Cartoon Network.It follows Dexter, a boy-genius and inventor with a hidden laboratory in his room, which he keeps secret from his parents. Mandark doesn't really have that in his lab because he is not as smart as Dexter so he has a nervous face and lies saying that he does.
Dexter enters the lab and tells her he has laryngitis. He changes the voice chip into a Spanish voice, which Dexter has a hard time understanding. In "Space Case", Dexter hands off Dee Dee to invading aliens, only to become so overcome with guilt that he decides to save her. As Computer loads up her voice chip, she gets an error upon doing so and communicates to Dexter by writing out messages on her screen. As Dexter is working, Computer's jokes start getting corny and makes an insult towards Dexter. Dexter's Laboratory Wiki is a FANDOM TV Community. In "Magmanamus", Monkey goes up against a lava being that dislikes human-caused noise. Dexter and his cloning machine overheat when Dee Dee and her friends clone and re-clone themselves for Laboratory fun-time. He had already had the perfect plans for an unstoppable machine to do so, but he has never been able to build it because he doesn't have the technology and material. After a long day, he leaves the lab and goes to bed. He then goes back to working on his invention. Dexter heads back inside the motherboard and wrenches the voice chip some more. Spying through Dee Dee's bedroom keyhole, Dexter thinks she is plotting against him. In "Dee Dee's Room", Dexter loses something of his and must go into Dee Dee's room to retrieve it. In the episode, Computer suffers from a voice malfunction, and Dexter tries to find a replacement voice for her. Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. What's this going on?
Although this episode aired on September 19, 2003, it was actually made in 2002 according to the credits. Dexter is about to use it on Mandark but he thinks of it as a trap.
On the last voice, Dexter starts coughing and goes back to work with earmuffs in his ears. This is the last episode of final checker by Nelda Ridley, so she died on March 23, 2003. This is even implied by the fact that Dexter starts to cough inmediatelly after fix the voice chip for last time. The series follows Dexter, a boy-genius with a secret laboratory filled with his collection of inventions. To his surprise, it actually works and it makes Dexter's brain huge and he becomes smarter. Using one of his inventions makes himself older, but maybe he's made himself a little too old. Dexter gives him the map of his laboratory and asks what he'd like to see first. After Dexter leaves, Dee Dee's voice rings into the system, causing Dexter to go back inside. The possible explanation about how Dexter get laryngitis could be the fact that Dexter was washed in the face by the water spilled from cooler of the computer when he went to wrech the voice chip for last time, causing possibly an infection in the throat of Dexter. Dexter works for hours until he finally finishes it at the end of the day. After a while, Mandark realizes that Dexter is not pulling any tricks on him.
Then, Dexter plus the machine in and the machine makes the title of the show Dexter's Laboratory.
2Geniuses 2Gether 4Ever is the third part of the 8th aired episode and 13th and final produced episode in season 4 in Dexter's Laboratory. Dexter made a fourth wall joke when he said "Well, like I always say, if you can't play with the big dogs, stay on the porch." When Dee Dee accuses Dexter of not knowing how to live in the outside world - and only in his lab, he asks her to show him the Dee Dee way of knowledge.
In "Ratman", the Justice Friends discover that a vigilante raised by rats has been living in their basement the whole time. After the second test, he goes back to work. Following up this previous episode "Garage Sale", Mandark is in his laboratory when he gets a phone call from Dexter. https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0978444/locations, https://dexterslab.fandom.com/wiki/Voice_Over?oldid=39838. Dexter's Laboratory is an American comic science fiction animated children's television series created by Genndy Tartakovsky for Cartoon Network.
For the first test, Computer starts telling jokes with a new voice, which cracks Dexter up. Mandark says that they can work together to build a machine that will help him take over the universe. Dexter tells him that he has finally given up on trying to stop him from destroying his lab and that he is deciding to give up his lab to him to make him more powerful so that he can take over the world. In "Deedeemensional", Dee Dee time-travels to save Dexter from a monster.
After regenerating a Tyrannosaurus Rex using some puppy-dog DNA, Dexter must recapture the dinosaur-doggie beast when Dee Dee decides to take it for a walk in the park. He then takes matters into his own hands, and goes inside Computer's motherboard. Dexter's Laboratory (1996–2003) Episode List Season: OR Year: 1996 S1, Ep1 24 Mar. Every Dexter's Laboratory episode, with the exception of "Last But Not Beast", is divided into different stories or segments, each being 7–12 minutes long. I'm trying to wax poetic here! This episode completed production by December 2002. In the episode, Computer suffers from a voice malfunction, and Dexter tries to find a replacement voice for her. This season 4 episode produced in 2003 take places after ". After repeated pummeling in the Gym class dodgeball game, Dexter arrives for class ready for action encased in an Armored Cyber-Sonic Exo-Jock Jumpsuit.
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