Dexter's Laboratory Easter Egg - Crew References

In the episode "Dexter Detention", that scary guy who supervises Dexter and the others that are in detention shows us a checklist. Most, if not all, the names are those of the crew members, such as Genndy Tartakovsky, Craig McCracken, Paul Rudish (I think), etc. I know for sure that Craig's character was the tall, skinny one with the long hair and big nose, and Genndy's was the rather wide one.

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J writes:
In Dexter+'s Lab, the Koosalagoopagoop (Deedee+'s imaginary friend) shows up a couple of times. In The Powerpuff Girls, where Mike Believe appears and his imaginary friend wrecks everything, Bubbles wants to get help from Koosalagoopagoop. Buttercup and the imaginary rabbit friend at the end of the show both call him 'that Koos jerk.'
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Meredith writes:
There are a lot of Powerpuff Girls references and eggs in Dexter. Like in the one episode with the scary hobo, the guy with all the electrical equipment on his head, Dexter is going through Dee Dee's stuffed animals and in one hand you can see a Bubbles doll. Then in the Powerpuff Girls episode "Ploys R Us", Bubbles goes through her stuffed animals and pulls out a Dexter doll!
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shendo2009 writes:
In one Powerpuff Girls episode, I think the Roach Coach episode, Bubbles is napping in a sleeping bag at school. To the right of her is Dexter.
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daunrealist writes:
I'm not sure if this is really an egg, but in one Powerpuff Girls episode, they all get new costumes and names, and Blossom dresses up like Major Glory.
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TheCat writes:
I'd hardly call Powerpuff Girls references eggs, really. Fact is, PPG appeared as an occasional 'filler' short in Dexter's Lab episodes just like the Justice Friends bits do.
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Wright1996 writes:
I have to note that I have never seen PPG as a "filler" for Dexter. Prior to its premiere, there were only 2 shorts.
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Buttercup writes:
The reason why the creator from Dexters Lab. And Power puff girls are hidings eggs from each of the shows, is because they went to the same school (drawing/animation school) so they know each other very good.
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Janors writes:
There is something a lot like this in "The Powerpuff Girls" where the Mayor is reading off a list of citizens and he mentions Genndy Tartakovsky, Craig McCrakken, and others
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N8 writes:
Power Puff Girls was never used as filler material on Dexter+'s Laboratory. However, Genndy Tartakovsky (hope I got his name right) came up with the ideas for both shows around the same time. Cartoon Network just took longer to green-light P.P.G. than Dexter+'s Lab. If you watched Cartoon Network when D.L. first aired, you would have seen P.P.G. short cartoons on What A Cartoon Show! (which came on either before or after D.L., can't remember).
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mattp90 writes:
Ok i was wrong the puppit pals are conection but i forgot the J.L. sorry
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mattp90 writes:
Ok look the only conection between the P.P.G. and D.L. is the puppit pals OK.
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