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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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Dexter learns to fight Dee Dee; Dexter tries to win a girl through poetry; Dee Dee decides she wants an ostrich.
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Dexter shares inventions for a modernized lab and has chicken pox; Mandark buys an invention at a garage sale.
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Dad forces Dexter to be his golf caddy; racers head toward the finish line.
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Computer gets sick; Dee Dee dyes her hair; Dexter discovers that Mandark's plans are from a comic book.
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Dexter tries to grow taller; Old Man Glory remembers the good old days; Dexter gives Dee Dee a hair growing potion.
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Dee Dee babysits Mandark; Mandark gets in touch with nature; Mandark plans on destroying Dexter.
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Dexter makes his way to the bathroom; Dexter discovers the power of the potato; Dexter performs laser surgery on himself.
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Dexter and Mandark defend their turfs; Mom supports Dexter at a chess game; Dad gets fired.
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Dee Dee gets a song stuck in her head; Dee Dee brings her stuffed animals to life; Dexter invents a hypnosis ink.
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Dexter shrinks his parents; people mistake an invention for a fashion trend; Dexter and Dee Dee team up.
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Dee Dee Reads Dexter's fortune; a monster chases Dexter through the lab; Dad sleepwalks into the lab.
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Dee Dee accidentally shuts down the lab; Dexter pirates cable; Dexter rules over the library.
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Dee Dee brings home a boy who's cute and smart.
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Dad won't let Dexter stay up for a late-night scary movie; when the family leaves the house for the day, Dad is left alone to express himself as a flamboyant dancer.
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When Koosie asks for help, Dexter balances science with imagination; aliens kidnap Dexter's family.
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Dexter is convinced that his life could be better if he had an older brother.
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Mom deals with her germaphobia; Mom and Dad make accusations; the military invades the lab.
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Dexter creates his own comic book; Dad goes golfing; Dexter realizes the Robo Dexo 2000 is obsolete.
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Uncle Magic comes to visit; Dexter paints the lab blue.
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Mandark downloads onto Dexter's computer; Dee Dee forms a laboratory; Dexter and Mordecai dress like girls to retrieve something from the girls room.
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Mandark reveals the origin of his anger; Dexter's robots escape from the lab and run amok in the city.

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