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"Dial M for Monkey: Barbequor"
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"Dial M for Monkey: Barbequor"
"Dee Dee's Room" Dee Dee's Room
Dial M for Monkey: Barbequor
Season 1, Episode 4b
Episode name reference to/pun on: None
Dial M for Monkey-Barbequor
Air date May 18, 1996 (TNT)
May 19, 1996 (in-sequence)
Production number 104b

Barbequor, the fourth episode in Dial M for Monkey, is the second segment of the fourth episode in season one of Dexter's Laboratory. It originally aired on TNT on May 18, 1996 and a day later on both TBS and Cartoon Network.

In this episode, Barbequor and the Silver Spooner interrupt Monkey's birthday party when the former decides to devour the planets. He teams up with the Justice Friends to stop them.

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  • Following the episode's airing, it was banned from airing on Cartoon Network and was excluded from the Season 1 DVD and online media streaming services, in which it was replaced with the season 2 episode "Dexter's Lab: A Story". It was widely speculated that the Silver Spooner, the henchman of Barbequor, was a stereotypical gay man as well as Krunk getting drunk of liquor near the end of the episode. However, this episode was included when the Season 1 DVD released in Region 4.
    • In reality, the writers received copyright infringement threats from Marvel Comics over the Silver Spooner being a misuse of the Silver Surfer.

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Cultural References[]

  • Barbequor and the Silver Spooner are parodies of Galactus and Silver Surfer respectively, both of whom are Marvel Comics characters.

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Production Notes[]

  • None known.
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