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Sleep tight, America! Your fate lies safely in the hands of Dexter, a child genius who whips up dazzling, world-saving inventions in his secret laboratory. Big sister Dee Dee frequently wrecks his experiments, but his bigger nemesis is Mandark, his brilliant rival at Huber Elementary School. Mom and Dad, of course, have no idea what their little angel is up to.

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A creepy-eyed girl falls in love with Dexter and won't leave him alone; after a trying day of Dee Dee's lunacy, Dexter calls her into his office and tells her that she's fired.
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Dexter battles Mandark at Mount Rushmore; Dexter creates a metal-eating termite; Dee Dee's plant needs help.
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Dexter teams up with Mandark to save the world from meteors; Dexter's IQ test proves him to be average.
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Lost dog; supermarket doubles; summer pool dare.
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Dexter panics when the school principal asks his mother to a meeting about his behavior; Dexter is bitten by a clown's false teeth and becomes infected with clown's syndrome.
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Dexter and Dee Dee decide to try their parents' favorite drink, coffee; Dee Dee asks Dexter to turn her into a Pony Puff Princess Pony; Dexter accidentally blows the main fuse in his laboratory.
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Dad tries to teach Dexter a sport; DeeDee visits a magical kingdom.
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Dexter and DeeDee see an R-rated movie; Peltra wants to make clothing from Monkey's fur; DeeDee fights crime.
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Dexter makes himself handsome; Dexter stretches himself; Dexter gets detention for letting someone cheat.
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Dexter and Dee Dee visit Chinatown; Dad loves Mom's muffins.
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Dee Dee's singing keeps her out of the choir; emergency tests annoy Dexter.
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Dee Dee rescues a turtle; Dexter makes himself invisible; mutant species.
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Dexter and Dee Dee get their decoder rings mixed up; Dexter gives Mom superhero abilities; Dexter's Ultrabot 2000 judges him to be inefficient.
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Wrong convention; dirty hands; driver of an ice-cream truck.
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Dexter finds sasquatch tracks; Dee Dee photographs Dexter's secret lab.
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Dexter is teased by two bullies on the school bus; Krunk has been watching a Puppet Pals marathon for four days in a row; Dee Dee goes to space camp.
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Dexter tries to move the moon; Dexter races his sister; Dee Dee befriends a whale.
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Dexter is too short for the carnival rides; the family has the flu.
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When Dexter labels his things, Dee Dee retaliates; Dee Dee and Dexter compete on `Sibling Rivalry'; Dexter tries to cure the common cold.
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Dexter grows a synthetic beard; Dexter and Mandark compete at the show and tell; Dexter and Dee Dee explore the ant farm.
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Big Daddy Fat does a new dance; Dexter wants gnomes to fix his shoes; Dexter goes to a part of his lab he hasn't been to in years.

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