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Dexter's Assistant
Season 1, Episode 2c
Episode name reference to/pun on:
Dexter's Assistant Title Card
Air date May 4, 1996 (TNT)
May 5, 1996 (TBS/Cartoon Network)
Production number 103c
Storyboard by Brett Varon
Craig McCracken
Directed by Rob Renzetti
Genndy Tartakovsky

Dexter's Assistant is the third segment of the second episode in season one of Dexter's Laboratory. It first aired on TNT on May 4, 1996 and then on both TBS and Cartoon Network on May 5, 1996.

In this episode, Dexter turns Dee Dee into his assistant in order to win a science fair. However, Dee Dee proves to be much more intelligent than her little brother.

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  • None known.

Episode connections[]

  • When Dexter opened up Dee Dee's head, she had a peanut for a brain, but in the episode "Fantastic Boyage" it was revealed that Dee Dee did have a brain, although it was just really tiny.
  • Dee Dee's genius voice would later be reused for Nice Dee Dee in the episode "Rude Removal".

Cultural references[]

  • While Dee Dee plays with Dexter's planetarium, a piece of music from the song "Thus Spake Zarathrustra" can be heard from the 1968 film 2001: A Space Odyssey.

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