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"Jurassic Pooch (episode)"
"Dial M for Monkey: Orgon Grindor" Dial M for Monkey: Orgon Grindor
Jurassic Pooch (episode)
Season 1, Episode 6a
Episode name reference to/pun on: The film Jurassic Park and "pooch".
Jurassic Pooch Title Card
Air date May 26, 1996
Production number 106a
Written by Todd Fredericksen
Storyboard by Butch Hartman (Storyboard / Background Design)
Martin Ansolabehere (Background Color Stylist)
Conrad Vernon
Directed by Craig McCracken
Genndy Tartakovsky

Jurassic Pooch is the first segment of the sixth episode in season one of Dexter's Laboratory. It first aired on May 26, 1996.

In this episode, Dexter clones a dinosaur with an incomplete DNA structure. When he uses the dog's genetic code to finish it, the experiment is a success, although the dinosaur behaves like a dog.

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Goofs/Errors[]

  • When Dexter runs up the tree in his backyard, a metal fence can be seen in the background, but after the dinosaur shakes Dexter out of the tree, a white picket fence is seen.
  • When Mom calls Dexter & Dee Dee for dinner, she is at the front door looking at them when Dexter, Dee Dee and the Dinosaur are suppose to be in the backyard. Dee Dee peers into view and exchanges dialogue with Mom and then the backyard is shown again as if it was in the front. (cartoon logic)
  • In the last seconds of the episode as Dee Dee throws table scrap to the dinosaur he is seen with the house on his belly but the garage is missing and the sidewalk and driveway pathways are on the wrong sides.
  • When Dexter uses his smartwatch to summon his dinocopter (helicopter), his house shows no chimney and no driveway as the helicopter emerges.

Notes[]

  • Dexter uses a smartwatch to lift up the front gate next to his garage to get to the backyard, this may be a rare usage as the later episodes showed white picket fences.

Cultural References[]

  • None known.
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