What is Dexter's Laboratory About?
Dexter's Laboratory is an American animated TV show that originally aired from 1996 to 2003. Created by Genndy Tartakovsky, the series revolves around the daily life of Dexter, a young child genius who has a secret laboratory hidden behind his bookshelf. Dexter is voiced by Christine Cavanaugh and is constantly at odds with his sister Dee Dee, who always manages to find her way into the lab, despite Dexter's best efforts to keep her out. Dexter's laboratory is filled with advanced technology, from robots to time machines, and serves as the backdrop for his scientific experiments. However, Dexter must always balance his passion for science with the challenges of being a regular kid, including attending school and dealing with his clueless parents. Dexter's Laboratory is known for its unique art style, witty dialogue, and blend of humor and education. The show has gained a significant following and has been praised for its clever storytelling, memorable characters, and positive messages about the importance of family, friendship, and perseverance.
The first episode of Dexter's Laboratory aired on April 28, 1996 and the most recent episode to air was on November 20, 2003.