TV Series | TV-G | | Animation, Comedy, Family
The misadventures of a boy genius and his annoying sister.
While Genndy Tartakovsky went on to work on Samurai Jack, he asked Chris Savino, who would later create the Loud House for Nickelodeon, to take over the show for seasons 3 and 4.
What do you want, woman?
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.
The episode D & DD, an episode parodying the famous role-playing game Dungeons and Dragons, was changed to Sibling and Sorcery to avoid legal troubles.