Beard to Be Feared/Quackor: The Fowl/Ant Pants
The Beard to Be Feared: Dexter emulates his hero, Action Hank, and grows a synthetic beard to appear more rugged. It works so well that the boy genius is mistaken for Action Hank and thrown into the middle of a fight./Quakor: The Fowl: Dexter and Mandark are eager to be the best at show and tell. Unfortunately, the night before the show, Mandark's duck, Quackor, invades Dexter's lab and starts a battle royale with Monkey./Ant Pants: Dexter shrinks himself and Dee Dee down to explore first-hand the wonder and magnificent organization of his ant colony. The two don ant suits and mingle with the creatures.
Mom and Jerry/Chubby Cheese/That Crazy Robot
Mom and Jerry: When Dexter's brain transplant experiment goes awry, his brain is switched with that of a mouse. Of course, Mom will not tolerate a mouse in the house and unknowingly tries to squash her son./Chubby Cheese: Mom and Dad take Dexter and Dee Dee to Chubby Cheese's, a family fun restaurant. When Dexter uses science to win a game, he's whisked away by an evil organization that runs the restaurant./That Crazy Robot: Dee Dee accidentally brings one of Dexter's robots to life. The robot is friendly to Dee Dee but when it starts causing problems for her at school and at home, Dee Dee must go to Dexter for help.
D & DD/Ham Hocks n' Arm Locks
D & DD: Dee Dee plays Monsters and Mazes with Dexter and his friends. Against Dexter's wishes, she is made the game master!/Ham Hocks n' Arm Locks: While on a road trip, Dad gets himself into an arm wrestling contest with a guy named Earl. Knowing Dad has no chance of winning, Dee Dee begs Dexter to come up with a way to make him stronger.
Hunger Strikes/The Koos Is Loose/Morning Stretch
Hunger Strikes: After being denied dessert for not finishing his vegetables, Dexter uses gamma radiation to alter his taste buds. Now, he craves vegetables but when he can't find any, he transforms into a hulking beast./Koos is Loose: Dexter refuses to believe Dee Dee's invisible friend, Koosalagoopagoop, really exists but he's surprised when the rainbow-colored monster appears./Morning Stretch: Dexter oversleeps and will surely be late for school. To avoid this blemish on his spotless record, the boy genius uses his time elongator to stretch one minute into one hour.
Dee Dee Locks and the Ness Monster/Backfire/Book 'Em
Dee Dee Locks and the Ness Monster: Dexter tries to entertain his ill sister by reading to her out of his science text. Bored by protons and neutrons, Dee Dee uses her imagination to make up a story of her own./Backfire: In an attempt to shorten future road trips with his family and annoying sister, Dexter soups up the car using anti-matter. But Dee Dee is accidentally fused with the car./Book 'Em: Dee Dee's childish behavior causes Dexter to accidentally take a library book home without checking it out! Now, he must sneak into the library to return the book or his perfect record will be ruined.
Sister's Got a Brand New Bag/Shoo, Shoe Gnomes/Lab of the Lost
Sister's Got a Brand New Bag: Dee Dee sees Big Daddy Fat doing a new dance on Groove Train and has to learn it. She's then intent on showing it to Dexter, who goes to great lengths to avoid her and get back to work./Shoo, Shoe Gnomes: When Dexter's precious black boots are ruined, he invites the shoe repair gnomes into his lab where they not only fix his shoes but drive him crazy by applying their idiot logic to all his inventions./Lab of the Lost: Dexter gets lost in a distant section of his lab that he hasn't been to for years. To make matters worse, he's surrounded by discarded sentient inventions that are angry at their creator's neglect.
Labels/Game Show/Fantastic Boyage
Labels: During a fight over the chair in front of the TV, Dexter gets the idea to start labeling his things. Dee Dee retaliates with a label maker of her own and soon the two label everything in the house./Game Show: Dee Dee and Dexter appear on the game show Sibling Rivalry. Dee Dee wins the physical challenges but Dexter wins question and answer round. They discover what's really important in the tie breaker./Fantastic Boyage: In a mission to cure the common cold, a miniaturized Dexter launches himself towards Dee Dee. When the family dog gets in the way, Dexter accidentally enters its system instead.
Filet of Soul/Golden Diskette
Filet of Soul: Because Dexter and Dee Dee can't bring themselves to flush their beloved dead fish, Fishy, down the toilet, his restless spirit haunts them./Golden Diskette: Dexter wants to find a golden diskette for a chance to tour Professor Hawk's fabulous factory and win the mystery Grand Prize. Unfortunately, Dee Dee finds it first.
Snowdown/Figure Not Included/Mock 5
Snowdown: After Dee Dee pelts Dexter with snowballs, Dad teaches his son the true art of snowball throwing. It turns out that Dad was the snowball king in his youth until it all went terribly wrong./Figure Not Included: Dexter wants to fit in with the neighborhood kids but he doesn't have an action figure. Dexter decides to make his own action figure. But it's so great that the other kids all want one of their own./Mock 5: Dexter races Mandark in the annual Soapbox Derby down the side of an erupting volcano. It looks as if Dexter is going to lose because of Mandark's trickery until the mysterious Racer D appears.
Eww, That's Growth/Nuclear Confusion/Germ Warfare
Eww, That's Growth: When the whole family goes to a carnival, Dexter can't get on a ride because he's too short. Using scientific knowledge, he makes himself grow taller and taller and taller./Nuclear Confusion: Using a nuclear reactor core, Dexter makes the perfect reading lamp. Dee Dee takes it to play a game of hide and seek. Now, Dexter must to find the core in an hour to avoid destroying the Earth./Germ Warfare: Desperately trying to avoid catching the flu, Dexter hides in a protective bubble in his lab only to have the runny-nosed Dee Dee destroy his lab in search of her pink hanky.
Hard Day's Day/Road Rash/Ocean Commotion
Hard Day's Day: When Dee Dee explains Dexter's run of bad luck is due to the alignment of the moon and the Earth, Dexter decides to move the moon./Road Rash: When Dexter gets a new bike, he's told to go outside and play with his Rollerblading sister. Despite the fact that Dexter can't ride, he gets embroiled in a race with Dee Dee./Ocean Commotion: Dee Dee befriends a white whale on a family outing to the beach. While Dee Dee is playing with her new friend, Captain Ahab and his crew abduct her. Now, it's up to Dexter and the whale to save her.
The Busboy/Things That Go Bonk in the Night/Ol' McDexter
The Busboy: When Dexter is harassed by two bullies and forced to go to the back of the school bus chasing his No. 2 pencil, he must brave the legend of little Billy Blumberg, who disappeared back there years ago./Things That Go Bonk in the Night: Krunk has been watching a Puppet Palsmarathon on TV for four days straight. When he finally falls asleep, he dreams of joining them in their world./Ol' McDexter: Dee Dee goes off to space camp while Dexter must toil away on a farm where technology is forbidden. Dexter is saved when Dee Dee drops out of the sky and is mistaken for the Magical Crop Fairy.
Sassy Comes Home/Photo Finish
Sassy Comes Home: While vacationing in the woods, Dexter finds Sasquatch tracks. He hopes to photograph the mythical beast but Dee Dee finds him first. Having the same size feet, the two become close friends./Photo Finish: When Dee Dee takes pictures of his lab with her new camera, Dexter must stop the film from being developed.
Aye, Aye, Eyes/Dee Dee and the Man
Aye, Aye, Eyes: When Dexter returns a little girl's stuffed bunny to her, she falls in love with him. With the help of Dee Dee, Dexter is eventually able to divert the girl's affections toward another little boy./Dee Dee and the Man: Fed up with Dee Dee's constant destruction of his lab, Dexter fires her. Finding a replacement, however, is more difficult than he thought. It turns out she provides the perfect amount of distraction.
Star Check Unconventional/Dexter Is Dirty/Ice Cream Scream
Unconventional: Mom drops Dexter and two of his friends off at the Star Check Convention. But mayhem ensues when the three little checkies wander into the doll convention by mistake./Dexter Is Dirty: Irritated at always having to wash himself, Dexter laminates his body from head to toe. The only problem is that now he's so slick and slippery he can't do anything./Ice Cream Scream: After several unsuccessful attempts to flag down the ice cream truck, it becomes clear the ice cream man is purposely avoiding Dexter. Using some high-tech tricks, Dexter sets out to catch him.
Decode of Honor/World's Greatest Mom/Ultrajerk 2000
Decode of Honor: When Dexter and Dee Dee get their Action Hank and Pony Puffs decoder rings mixed up, they go through each other's initiation./World's Greatest Mom: While testing a new laser, Dexter unknowingly gives Mom new superhero abilities! Now, she's able to finish her errands, foil a bank robbery and still get dinner on the table in record time./Ultrajerk 2000: When Dexter's new Ultrabot 2000 judges him to be inefficient, it decides to take control of the lab. Now, Dexter must rely on Dee Dee to save the day.
Techno Turtle/Surprise/Got Your Goat
Techno Turtle: When Dee Dee rescues a wounded turtle from a hawk's talons, Dexter helps rebuild the little shelled animal into a bionic powerhouse./Surprise: It's Dexter's birthday and he's intent on sneaking a peak at his presents. In order to get around Mom, Dad and the vigilant Dee Dee, he makes himself invisible./Got Your Goat: When Dexter realizes the Chupacabra is really one of his biological mutations that escaped long ago, he and Dee Dee fly to Puerto Rico to retrieve his lost pet.
Dee Dee Be Deep/911/Down in the Dumps
Dee Dee Be Deep: Dee Dee wants to join the choir but her bad singing is driving Dexter crazy. Using one of his inventions, he plans to give her a melodic voice. But Dee Dee alters the setting and winds up a baritone!/911: When Dexter's favorite TV show is interrupted by the Emergency Broadcast System alert, he sets out to solve every emergency in the city./Down in the Dumps: When Dexter shoots Dee Dee's teddy bear into a garbage truck, Dee Dee goes into shock. Now, he'll have to retrieve the bear from the dump in order to revive her.
Unfortunate Cookie/The Muffin King
Unfortunate Cookie: When Dexter and Dee Dee get stuck together by a Chinese finger puzzle, they track it to its maker in Chinatown, USA. The maker refuses to give the secret unless the two kids perform a series of tasks./The Muffin King: Dee Dee and Dexter must protect Mom's muffins from a muffin-crazed Dad.
Picture Day/Now, That's a Stretch/Dexter Detention
Picture Day: It's picture day at school and Dexter must face the truth: he's not photogenic. Using Dee Dee's Teen magazine as a guide for restructuring his physical appearance, Dexter becomes grotesquely handsome./Now, That's a Stretch: With everything out of his rather limited reach, Dexter uses science to make himself extremely stretchy. He's having the time of his life until Dee Dee gets hold of him./Dexter Detention: Dexter is wrongly accused of allowing someone to cheat off his test and sentenced to detention after school. He masterminds a brilliant escape plan only to end up in the State Penitentiary.
Don't Be a Baby/Peltra/G.I.R.L. Squad
Don't Be a Baby: Being too young to watch an R-rated movie, Dexter tries to make Dee Dee and himself older than Mom and Dad. But they end up stuck with infant versions of their parents./Peltra: When the evil Peltra spots Monkey, she desires his fur to make into clothing. Peltra kidnaps Monkey and Agent Honeydew, preparing to carry out her terrible plan./G.I.R.L. Squad: After watching a McBark the crime dog school presentation, Dee Dee and her two friends decide to lick crime in their own neighborhood. But in true Dee Dee fashion, the girls go a bit overboard.
Sports A Poppin'/Koosalagoopagoop/Project Dee Dee
Sports A Poppin': Dad tries to teach Dexter a sport, but Dexter is just horrible at every game. Dad finally gives up; unaware that Dexter becomes engaged in an athletic battle with a monster from his lab./Koosalagoopagoop: Dee Dee travels with her imaginary friend Koosalagoopagoop to his magical kingdom. But when Dee Dee sees another King on the throne, she tries to replace him with Koosie and all heck breaks loose./Project Dee Dee: Dee Dee is working on a science project for school, and Dexter says he's too busy to help her. However, after seeing Dee Dee's quaint, silly flying machine, Dexter rebuilds her project himself.
Topped Off/Dee Dee's Tail/No Power Trip
Topped Off: After watching Mom and Dad awaken to coffee, Dexter and Dee Dee decide to try it themselves. Nothing happens until they try to go to sleep and can't./Dee Dee's Tail: Dee Dee begs Dexter to turn her into a Pony Puff Princess Pony. Dexter, seeing this as an opportunity to study horses, complies. But Dee Dee's friends soon abuse their pony riding privileges./No Power Trip: Not listening to his trusty computer, Dexter blows out the main fuse and shuts down the lab. Afraid to go outside, Dexter decides to try some natural resources to regenerate the lab's power.
Sister Mom/The Laughing
Sister Mom: When Dexter has to have a parent-principal meeting at school, the boy genius is distraught. Luckily, he talks Dee Dee into changing her into Mom in his lab so she can go to the meeting in Mom's place./The Laughing: When Dexter gets bitten by a set of false teeth belonging to an old clown, he slowly becomes infected with clown's syndrome. At night, Dexter transforms into a clown and terrorizes the town.
Dexter's Lab: A Story/Coupon for Craziness/Better Off Wet
Dexter's Lab: A Story: When Dexter takes in a lost Labrador Retriever, he decides to enable the dog to talk. This backfires when it turns out that the dog has very little of interest to say./Coupon for Craziness: Dexter gets switched with his complete opposite, Dextor. Dexter thinks he's found his true family as Dextor's parents are scientists. Meanwhile, Dextor thoroughly enjoys Dexter's goofy family./Better Off Wet: It's the first day of summer, and Dad's darkside comes out when he plays tricks on Dexter to get his nervous son to jump into the pool.
Critical Gas/Let's Save the World, You Jerk/Average Joe
Critical Gas: After wolfing down a burrito, Dexter thinks he's going to explode. This being his last hour of life, Dexter tries to take care of a few items on his wish list./Let's Save the World, You Jerk: When a hundred huge meteors are targeted towards Earth, Dexter must team up with his arch-jerk enemy Mandark to save the world. Since the two are incapable of working together, the Earth seems doomed./Average Joe: When Dexter's IQ test results prove him to be only average, he thinks there must be some mistake. But there's no mistake, Dexter shuts down his lab and tries to be a normal average kid.
Rushmore Rumble/A Boy and His Bug/You Vegetabelieve It
Rushmore Rumble: Dexter and Mandark face off using the giant stone figures of Lincoln and Washington from Mount Rushmore./A Boy and His Bug: Dexter inadvertently develops a new breed of termites that eats metal instead of wood. When they destroy the lab, Dexter must find a way to outwit the little buggers./You Vegetabelieve It: Dee Dee's plant is slowly dying so Dexter gives her a flask of plant growth hormone. When Dee Dee gives the plant too much, it grows too large for its pot and must be transplanted to the yard.
Dad Is Disturbed/Framed/That's Using Your Head
Dad Is Disturbed: Dad prepares to watch a special golf tournament on television. After setting up for an afternoon of sports, he's interrupted by Dexter, Dee Dee and Mom, who monopolize his space and the television./Framed: When Dexter's glasses break, he is forced to get less dorky-looking frames and starts a new fashion trend at school./That's Using Your Head: Dexter meets up with a man who is trying to pick up radio signals through a handmade hat comprised of Styrofoam and trash.
Blackfoot and Slim/Trapped with a Vengeance/The Parrot Trap
Blackfoot and Slim: Dexter and Dee Dee are the unwitting focus of a documentary. Their relationships are being recorded. During Dexter's bathing ritual, he realizes he's being observed and runs./Trapped with a Vengeance: A deranged janitor traps Dexter and tries to make him clean the entire school. The thought of Dee Dee trespassing into his lab provides the inspiration Dexter needs to escape./The Parrot Trap: Dexter creates a mechanical parrot to sings his own praises. Soon, however, the parrot mimics Dee Dee's insults of Dexter.
Dim/Just an Old Fashioned Lab Song/Repairanoid
Dim: While Dexter is working in his lab, one of the light bulbs burns out. Mom takes him to a hardware superstore so he can purchase a replacement./Just an Old Fashioned Lab Song: When Mom and Dad decide Professor Williams should teach Dexter piano, Dexter runs off to his lab. Professor Williams happens upon the lab and finds Dexter may have learned his lessons./Repairanoid: While checking the house circuits, a repairman finds the power line to the lab and follows it. At first the intruder upsets Dexter, but soon he makes everything in the lab work at peak efficiency.
SDRAWKCAB/The Continuum of Cartoon Fools/Sun, Surf and Science
Sdrawkcab: Dexter develops a reverse belt. But while he goes to get a snack in the kitchen, Dee Dee sneaks into the lab to play with the belt's controls./The Continuum of Cartoon Fools: Dee Dee's constant laboratory interruptions cause Dexter to seal off every entrance she uses. Ironically, Dexter ends up locking himself out of the lab too./Sun, Surf and Science: Mandark enters a surfing contest hoping to beat Dee Dee's boyfriend and win her heart. When Mandark finds out it's Dee Dee who's surfing, he saves her by falling victim of his own booby traps.
Dexter and Computress Get Mandark!/Pain in the Mouth/Dexter vs. Santa's Claws
Dexter vs. Santa's Claws: Dee Dee uses the lab computer to send her wish list to Santa Claus but Dexter doesn't believe in Santa. To prove he is right, Dexter devises a plan to capture Santa and shave off his beard./Pain in the Mouth: Krunk develops a toothache from a chip stuck in his tooth. Using their super powers and the powers of their enemies, Major Glory and Valhallen attempt to extract the entire tooth./Dexter and Computress Get Mandark: Computress leaves Mandark and joins forces with Dexter. Together they plan to get revenge on Mandark by shrinking his head, but accidentally make it grow bigger than Earth.
Dee Dee's Rival/Pslyghtly Psycho/Game for a Game
Dee Dee's Rival: Dee Dee is excited about auditions for a dance recital until she gets there and meets the new student, Olga. After they have a dance-off, the teacher decides they will both perform in the recital together./Pslyghtly Psycho: Mom always keeps a spotless house but on Mother's Day the family takes away her cleaning gloves and won't allow her to lift a finger. She suffers major anxiety as she watches them do her housework./Game for a Game: Stuck inside the house on a rainy day, Dexter challenges Dee Dee to compete with him in the Dextatorium, his electronic game tower, where he is sure to win.
Dyno-might: Dexter is called upon by the Blue Falcon to create a new version of his broken Dynomutt. Happy to lend a hand, Dexter's new invention is a super high-tech avenger who goes berserk./Lab-retto: An operatic version of Dexter's origins leading up to the creation of his laboratory.
Last But Not Beast
While in Japan for a student exchange program, Dexter accidentally awakens a monster buried within a volcano. It's up to the Justice Friends, Monkey, Mandark and Dexter's entire family to stop it.
Big Bots/Gooey Aliens/Misplaced in Space
Big Bots: Dee Dee tricks Dexter into building her a huge robot. The problem begins when they both use their robots to try to save a volcanic island from eruption./Gooey Aliens: The glowing, globby alien life form Dexter found in a meteorite gets loose and inhabits the brains of Mom, Dad and Dee Dee, who all start building a communication device in Dexter's lab./Misplaced in Space: Dexter has somehow been put to work on an alien planet. Dee Dee convinces Dexter's lab computer to send her to where Dexter is in order to save him from his captors.
Old Flame/Don't Be a Hero/My Favorite Martian
Old Flame: Hoping to meet the original genius who invented fire, Dexter travels back in time and grabs the unsuspecting caveman./Don't Be a Hero: Dexter wants to be a superhero like Major Glory. Using his lab equipment, he tries out a variety of super powers. Dexter finds out the hard way that super powers aren't all they're cracked up to be./My Favorite Martian: Dexter takes a trip to Mars to study small biological life forms. But when Dee Dee tags along for the ride, Dexter discovers her and thinks he's found a real Martian.
Paper Route Bout/The Old Switcharooms/Trick or Treehouse
Paper Route Bout: Dee Dee goes up against an efficient organization of paper delivery boys called the Paper Tigers who are out to steal her paper route./The Old Switcharooms: Dad sentences Dee Dee and Dexter to go to each other's rooms for being bad. Dee Dee is fine with the notion but Dexter is not. Dee Dee after all has the full run of his lab while Dexter's trapped in a cootie-filled girl's room!/Trick or Treehouse: Someone is stealing all the wood in the house! Dexter is suspicious that his sister is building a secret tree house, so he decides to investigate.
Quiet Riot/Accent You Hate/Catch of the Day
Quiet Riot: After working all night on a project, Dexter wants nothing more than to sleep. Dee Dee takes it upon herself to ensure that all is nice and quiet so that her brother can rest./Accent You Hate: When a bully who hates kids with funny accents sets his sights on Dexter, he bans together with other kids to fight this bigotry./Catch of the Day: Dad keeps trying to get Dexter up early to go fishing but the sun always rises, ruining the trip. Wanting the fishing nightmare to end, Dexter uses science to load the car and get them started early.
Streaky Clean/A Dad Cartoon/Sole Brother
Streaky Clean: Dexter invents a cleaning device that removes clothing stains from space. But when the satellite is accidentally nudged to a higher setting, stains aren't the only things being removed./A Dad Cartoon: When Dad sets out to wash his car, one thing after another goes wrong until it's a complete wreck./Sole Brother: A failed experiment causes Dexter to become Dee Dee's foot.
Mind Over Chatter/A Quakor Cartoon/Momdark
Mind Over Chatter: Dexter wants to know what he is getting for his birthday, so he creates an invention that allows him to read minds. When the device backfires, everyone can read Dexter's thoughts./A Quackor Cartoon: Superheroes Monkey and Quackor are in the middle of a battle when Quackor lays an egg. Realizing that Quackor is actually a girl, Monkey suddenly entertains new feelings toward her./Momdark: In an effort to destroy Dexter's lab once and for all, Mandark disguises himself as Dexter's Mom. Before long, he realizes just how stressful her job can be.
Copping an Attitude/A Failed Lab Experiment/The Grand Daddy of All Inventions
Copping an Attitude: Dexter's exceptional grades allow him to attend college early. Unfortunately, he discovers his new school is party central./A Failed Lab Experiment: Dexter has just finished creating a new pair of glasses. His invention appears to be successful at first but when he comes upon his family he discovers the truth./The Grand Daddy of All Inventions: Dexter's Grandpa reveals he, too, is an inventor and that he even has his own secret lab! But Dexter discovers Grandpa's greatest invention is nothing but a hodgepodge of silliness.
Poppa Wheely/A Mom Cartoon/Mockside of the Moon
Poppa Wheely: When Dexter's school has Career Day, Dexter hires a scientist to stand in for his boring dad./A Mom Cartoon: While Mom is out shopping, a new sale is announced. She springs into action, fighting tooth and nail for the special items./Mockside of the Moon: Dexter discovers that the moon is hollow with monsters living inside, all waiting for the perfect time to destroy the Earth.
If Memory Serves/A Mandark Cartoon/Tele-Trauma
If Memory Serves: Dexter creates a device to download his memories. When Mandark shows up to steal the machine things become an all-out fight to keep Dexter's genius safe!/A Mandark Cartoon: A day in the life of Mandark as he wakes up, gets ready, goes to the dentist and schemes./Tele-Trauma: Dexter creates an invention to transmit television waves directly into his brain so that he can talk about programs with friends. Soon, he's making a fool of himself in front of the entire school.
Boy Named Sue/Lab on the Run
A Boy Named Sue: Mandark reveals he was raised by New Age parents who disavowed science and named him Susan./Lab on the Run: Dexter's robots escape from the lab and run amok in the city. They manage to get into loads of trouble until Dexter comes to save them in the Robo Dexo 2000.
Dos Boot/A Dee Dee Cartoon/Would You Like That in the Can
Dos Boot: When Mandark downloads himself into Dexter's computer, Dexter must upload himself in order to combat the assault./A Dee Dee Cartoon: When Dexter once again orders Dee Dee out of his lab, she retreats to her room and begins to play in the amazing laboratory of her mind./Would You Like That in the Can?: When Dexter's precious schematic is mistakenly taken into the girls' bathroom, Dexter and a friend venture inside dressed as girls and discover a wonderful new world.
That Magic Moment/A Silent Cartoon/Opposites Attract
That Magic Moment: Dexter mocks his Uncle Magic's world of illusion and decides to use science to make Dee Dee disappear. When he is unable to bring Dee Dee back, however, he must call upon Uncle Magic and his skills./A Silent Cartoon: Dexter's attempts to paint his lab blue are complicated by Dee Dee's desire to paint it pink./Opposites Attract: Dexter positively charges himself and Dee Dee so she will have to stay away from him. When Dee Dee figures out Dexter's trick, however, she decides to have some fun.
Comic Relief/A Third Dad Cartoon/Robo Dexo 3000
Comic Relief: When reading his latest comic book adventure isn't enough for Dexter, he creates a machine that makes them real./A Third Dad Cartoon: Dad steps out on a golf course and prepares to tee up his first ball. By the time he is ready, unfortunately, it begins to rain./Robo Dexo 3000: When Dexter realizes the Robo Dexo 2000 is obsolete, he builds the bigger and better Robo Dexo 3000.
Glove at First Sight/A Mom and Dad Cartoon/Smells Like Victory
Glove at First Sight: It's a flashback to the '80s as Mom copes with her germaphobia with the slob that will someday become her true love./A Mom and Dad Cartoon: Mom and Dad are innocently playing Scrabble when accusations begin to fly between them./Smells Like Victory: When the military invades Dexter's lab, believing it to be an alien base, an all-out war ensues between the army and Dexter's robots.
Oh Brother/Another Dad Cartoon/Bar Exam
Oh Brother: Dexter is convinced that his life could be better if he only had an older brother. But he soon learns Dee Dee isn't so bad, after all./Another Dad Cartoon: When the family leaves the house for the day, Dad is left alone to express himself as a flamboyant dancer./Bar Exam: Dexter can be moved up a grade under one condition: He must pass gym class.
Jeepers, Creepers, Where Is Peepers/Go, Dexter Family! Go!
Jeepers, Creepers, Where Is Peepers?: Koosie's dog Peepers is stolen from Koosland. Koosie begs Dexter for help and Dexter must balance his world of science with Koosie's land of imagination./Go, Dexter Family, Go!: The family is kidnapped by aliens who want Dexter's technology. When the aliens cart Dexter away, it's up to Mom, Dad and Dee Dee to save the day.
Scare Tactics/A Mom Cartoon/My Dad vs. Your Dad
Scare Tactics: When Dad won't let Dexter stay up for a late-night scary movie, Dexter disobeys and watches anyway./Another Dad Cartoon: When the family leaves the house for the day, Dad is left alone to express himself as a flamboyant dancer./My Dad vs. Your Dad: When Dexter and Mandark realize they are evenly matched, they each pit their respective fathers against each other. The battle of the dads is on!
Beau Tie/Remember Me/Over-Labbing
Beau Tie: Dee Dee brings home a boy who's not only cute but he's smart. Soon, Dexter and Dee Dee are fighting for his attention./Remember Me: When Dexter gets amnesia, Dee Dee shows him all the fun they usually have together./Over-Labbing: Dexter and Mandark both decide to expand their labs, running into each other. Now, these two scientists must learn to co-exist as they plot to destroy each other.
Sis-Tem Error/Bad Cable Manners/Dexter's Library
Sis-tem Error: Dee Dee accidentally shuts down the lab and must act quickly so Dexter doesn't find out./Bad Cable Manners: Dad wants good reception so badly that Dexter secretly pirates cable to make his Dad happy./Dexter's Library: When Dexter is given rule over the library, he enforces his rules a little too strictly.
The Scrying Game/Monstrosi-Dee Dee/Dad Man Walking
The Scrying Game: Dee Dee reads Dexter's fortune and, much to his shock, the things she predicted actually start happening./Monstrosi-Dee Dee: A monster keeps appearing and chasing Dexter through his lab! Little does he know that the monster is really Dee Dee, who's eaten an apple from a failed experiment./Dad Man Walking: When a sleepwalking Dad comes wandering into Dexter's lab, Dexter must find a way to get him out before he wakes up and before he destroys the lab!
Dexter's Little Dilemma/Faux Chapeau/D2
Dexter's Little Dilemma: Dexter has shrunk his parents and put them in a model of the house. But the house isn't complete, so Dexter must scramble about before they discover the truth./Faux Chapeau: Dexter's invention gets mistaken for a hat and becomes all the rage, bringing Dexter the fame he always wanted./D2: Dexter and Dee Dee discover they make a great superhero team when they work together.
Head Band/Stuffed Animal House/Used Ink
Head Band: Dee Dee has a song stuck in her head literally. Dexter discovers Dee Dee has a viral boy-band infecting her brain and must come up with a cure before it spreads throughout the world./Stuffed Animal House: When Dee Dee brings her stuffed animals to life, Dexter and Dee Dee must catch them before Mom and Dad notice./Used Ink: Dexter invents hypnotic ink so everyone else will do his chores. But when Mandark gets a hold of it, it's Dexter who's doing the work.
School Girl Crushed/Chess Mom/Father Knows Least
School Girl Crushed: Dexter and Mandark attempt to defend their scientific turfs when a new genius comes to town. The only thing different is: this genius is a girl!/Chess Mom: Dexter is in a Junior Chess Championship but he has one problem with his game: Mom!/Father Knows Least: When Dad gets fired, he has to do Mom's job and realizes how hard it is.
Dexter the Barbarian/Tuber Time/Sore Eyes
Dexter the Barbarian: Dexter is a barbarian just trying to make his way to the bathroom!/Tuber Time: When Dexter discovers the power of the potato, he rewires the lab to run off the spud./Sore Eyes: Dexter is sick of his glasses and performs laser surgery on his eyes, giving himself 1/20 vision. As it turns out, no human was meant to see the world this well.
Babe Sitter/Mountain Mandark/2Geniuses 2Gether
Babe Sitter: Mandark thinks he's going to have a nice romantic evening with his lady-love when Dee Dee shows up to babysit him./Mountain Mandark: Getting in touch with nature, Mandark becomes Mountain Mandark, throwing off the shackles of technology./2Geniuses 2Gether 4Ever: Mandark and Dexter become scientific buddies while Mandark plots to destroy Dexter.
Height Unseen/Bygone Errors/Folly Calls
Height Unseen: When everyone but Dexter experiences a growth-spurt, Dexter decides to try and make himself tall. When that fails, he switches things around, making everyone else short./Bygone Errors: As old man Dexter reminisces about his glory days, old lady Dee Dee keeps adding her own, fantastical bits./Folly Calls: Dee Dee chops off a pigtail, and to fix it, Dexter gives her a hair-growing potion. But when she uses more than one drop, her hair grows wild.
Voice Over/Blonde Leading the Blonde/Comic Stripper
Voice Over: When Computer gets laryngitis, Dexter must find a replacement voice for her./Blonde Leading the Blonde: When Dexter refuses to see blondes have more fun, Dee Dee secretly dyes his hair to prove her point./Comic Stripper: When Dexter realizes all of Mandark's diabolical plans come from a comic book, he swipes the latest issue and prepares to finally beat his arch-nemesis.
Tee Party/Dexter's Wacky Races
Tee Party: When Dad makes Dexter his caddy, Dexter destroys the normally peaceful game of golf./Dexter's Wacky Races: The Dexter cast is outfitted in their various mobiles, creating havoc as they race towards the finish line.
The Lab of Tomorrow/Chicken Scratch/Garage Sale
The Lab of Tomorrow: Dexter narrates as he shows new scientists the great inventions he has planned for a super, future, modern lab./Chicken Scratch: When Dexter comes down with a case of chicken pox, Dee Dee warns him if he scratches, he'll turn into a chicken. Dexter does not believe such nonsense but can his mighty genius keep him from scratching?/Garage Sale: When the family has a garage sale, one of Dexter's inventions ends up in Mandark's hands.
They Got Chops/Poetic Injustice/Comedy of Feathers
They Got Chops: When Dee Dee starts layin' the judo on Dexter, he learns to fight back./Poetic Injustice: Dexter falls for a girl at school and tries to win her heart with the most unscientific thing of all: poetry./Comedy of Feathers: Dee Dee decides she wants the ostrich at the zoo for her very own.