TV Series | TV-G | | Animation, Comedy, Family
Dexter's accent originated from when Genndy Tartakovsky was at CalArts and his roommate, Rob Renzetti would leave him answering machine messages in a comedic French accent. Later, in developing the show, they would take the voice and add traces of Russian and German accents as ... ...
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In the episode where Dexter is learning piano, the professor says they'll start on C, but they clearly start on F.
After the end credits of season one they show the Cartoon Network logo and Dee-dee is dancing but then Dexter in a robot suit busts through the logo and looks to his left and right.
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