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  • Dexter's Laboratory Cartoon Episode Guide
  • Distributed by: Cartoon Network
  • Cartoon Characters: Dexter, Dee Dee, Mom, Dad, MeeMee, LeeLee, The Computer, Rabbit, Major Glory, Reynolds.
  • Originally Released in 1996.
  • Season: 1
  • Color
  • Running Time: 7 minutes.
  • U.S.A.  U.S.A.

Cartoon Summary:


Dee Dee, MeeMee and LeeLee are enjoying a meeting of the All Girl Ballet, Flower and Fun Society when it becomes time to go bug Dexter, who is gloating over his many fine inventions. After adoring his Super intelligent High Speed Quadruplex T-3000 computer, his Space Shuttle, his Shrink Ray and Atom Smasher, he tries to shoo the girls out with no success. Realizing he needs more manpower, he fires up the clone-o-matic to produce copies of himself. After many chases around the lab, the girls also clone hordes of themselves and a large-scale riot happens. The original Dexter gets everyone's attention on the megaphone and suggests a slumber party, just then Mom calls up that it's lunch time. The horde stampedes downstairs as the clone-o-matic malfunctions through overuse and spits out a hideous creature...

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