Dexter's Laboratory Easter Egg - Old Cartoon Characters

In the episode where Dexter makes a beard for himself, look closely while he is walking down the sidewalk shortly after creating his beard, and you will see him pass two certain people who turn around to look at him as he is walking by. Those two people are actually George Jetson and Fred Flintstone, only their faces are changed a little bit. They were two earlier creations of Hanna-Barbera, one of the creators of Dexter's Laboratory.

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Dexter's Lab contains many hidden things which may not be suitable for all audiences. Some of the things may be hard to figure out for children, but with the filth in today's society, children know more than we would like them to know. In the episode where Dexter and DeeDee get the decoder rings from their favorite cereals, DeeDee insults Dexter's club in a scrambled message. DeeDee says that Dexter's club is for "I,D,K,S,C". If you unscramble the word it spells the male reproductive organ in its slang term. TSK, TSK. Not another little mermaid type thing again.
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"Sodatab writes: I just want to say that Joseph Hanna and William Barbera did not create Dexter's Lab nor the Powerpuff Girls. (Those two are major geriatrics by now.) Genndy Tartakovsky created those two shows. Don't you read the opening credits?" Actually...Craig McCracken created the Powerpuff Girls with his short film, "Whoop-@ss Stew". Don't you read the opening credits? Side-note: Originally they were called the Whoop-@ss Girls.
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Jeff Curry writes:
In the Chubbie Cheeses episode you can see when the robot things are playing music you can see that one of the robots is booboo from the yogi bear cartoons.
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moose writes:
in the one where Dexter gets a dog, he go`s to get dog food and he pulls out scooby snacks
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Silver757 writes:
In the Justice Friends episode "Can't Nap," Major Glory puts White Tiger in the terrace, and then WT breaks through the window, locks MG out in the terrace, and he pounds on the door, yelling out "WILMA!!!!!!!!," and then yells out, "KRUNK!!!!!!!!!!!"
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Rory writes:
That is not the only episode with old characters and yeah he is watching golf.
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Also, in another episode, they show Betty and Barney Rubble, its the episode when Dexter'+s dad wants to watch football, but everyone wants to watch something else, he ends up going to the neighbors, who turns out to be Barney Rubble, except he and Betty have now-a-days clothes.
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Qualm writes:
actually he was watching golf
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Wright1996 writes:
All: That show has many easter eggs referring to other HB cartoon characters. In the episode "Misplaced in Space" when Dex is in the chain-gang, look at two other aliens who look amazingly like Gleep & Gloop from "The Herculoids," another HB cartoon!
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princess writes:
On cartoon network they have Lenny from the Powerpuff Girls say little behind the scenes stuff on different shows and this is one of the things he mentions. I'm sorry if I sound mean but it's tree!
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shendo2009 writes:
Also, whenever Dexter's mom pulls a juice pitcher out of the fridge, it is filled with red juice and the Kool-aid man's face is on it!
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Sodatab writes:
I just want to say that Joseph Hanna and William Barbera did not create Dexter's Lab nor the Powerpuff Girls. (Those two are major geriatrics by now.) Genndy Tartakovsky created those two shows. Don't you read the opening credits?
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Jake_Davis writes:
wasAMalwaysAfan writes: "...DeeDee insults Dexter's club in a scrambled message. DeeDee says that Dexter's club is for "I,D,K,S,C". If you unscramble the word it spells the male reproductive organ in its slang term." Decoder rings... IT obviously spelled Dorks or Nerds. Not everyone is a pervert you know. List some more perverted things then.
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Lady Eboshi writes:
I'm not so sure about the naughty part...on one episode of "Dial M for Monkey" featuring the Aussie-alien bounty hunter, a "heat-seeking moisture missle" is launched at poor Monkey...Calling Robin Williams!
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HeeroYuyWZ15 writes:
every single Dexter episode has references to Japanese Anime, old cartoons, movies, and many other stereotypes. Such as the episode where Dee Dee and the Jerks face off in a paper throwing contest-this represents old oriental (Eastern Hemisphere-Asia-Japan) movies or stories. When dexter takes a trip to Japan in the episode with the giant ax-monster, seems every kid has a mecha,(giant, piloted from inside, robot) even the teacher, mecha are very common subjects of anime. Also the small sweat drops that appear on their heads, falling over, floating and many other things were taken straight out of anime. This show is obviously just a parody board for cartoon network.
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didn't you notice? that when dexter passed the two old cartoon stars, they also had beards.
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shendo2009 writes:
Also, in some episodes, there is reference to Chuckie Cheeses, only they call it Chubbie Cheeses.
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dogg_lad writes:
The Powerpuff Girls has a ton of anime influences in it too. Well it is made by the same people...
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