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Let's Save the World You Jerk!
Season 2, Episode 25b
Episode name reference to/pun on: None
Let's Save the World You Jerk!
Air date February 4, 1998
Production number 226b
Written by Michael Ryan
Directed by John McIntyre

Let's Save the World You Jerk! is the second segment of the 25th episode in season 2 of Dexter's Laboratory. It first aired on February 4, 1998.

In this episode, a field of meteoroids is hurtling toward Earth. Dexter and Mandark team up to get rid of them, but the task is made difficult due to the boys constantly arguing with each other.

Plot[]

A giant asteroid is headed toward Earth. Dexter goes into space in his giant robot, Robo-Dexo 2000, and uses a beam to try and stop it, but he breaks it into a group of asteroids, which hit his robot. Dexter has to call someone to help him stop the asteroids from hitting the Earth, and the only person available for this is Mandark. Mandark wants to do this himself, so he goes in his giant robot, the Mandark-Bot, to stop the asteroids, but he is also unable to do it alone. Dexter and Mandark decide to team up to destroy the asteroids, and they build another robot that they can both use to do this. But when they go into space they start fighting and get distracted, so the asteroids hit and destroy the Earth. Dexter and Mandark continue to fight over whose fault it was.

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Notes[]

  • This episode was later adapted into Issue #2 of the Dexter's Lab comic, however it used the character designs from seasons 3 and 4 as well as some altered dialogue.
  • It is unknown how the Earth was restored after it was destroyed.

Episode connections[]

  • Third time the President of the USA is mentioned. First time was in "The Big Sister" and the second time was in "Critical Gas" (where he was physically seen).
  • The DeeDee-Bot would later reappear in the episode "Big Bots", but it is made by Dexter as a standalone robot.

Goofs/Errors[]

  • When Dexter and Mandark are about to hit their ejector buttons, their voices matched up with the wrong halves of the ship.
  • Robo-Dexo 2000 and Mandark-Bot are accidentally shapeshifting by failure into a War Tank, a Pistol Gun and a DeeDee-Bot.
  • Dexter opens the "Warning cage for a "Detach and Separate" button mistakenly inside the Mandark-bot and Mandark mistakenly inside the Robo-Dexo 2000.

Production Notes[]

  • Although this episode is aired in 1998, it was actually made in 1997 according to the credits.
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