Dexter's Laboratory (1996–2003)
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Star Spangled Sidekicks/The Justice Friends: TV Super Pals/Game Over 

Dexter and Dee Dee audition to be Major Glory's sidekick; The Infragable Krunk wants to watch his favorite TV show; Dexter is trapped inside a video game.


Genndy Tartakovsky (created by), Jason Butler Rote (contributing writer) | 3 more credits »


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Episode cast overview:
Christine Cavanaugh ... Dexter (voice)
Allison Moore Allison Moore ... Dee Dee (voice)
Jeff Bennett ... Dad / Main Title Narrator (voice)
Jorge Galvan Jorge Galvan ... Doctor Diablos (voice)
Rob Paulsen ... Major Glory / Fat Boy / Puppet Pal Mitch (voice) (as Rob Paulson)
Kath Soucie ... Mom / Susan Storm / Computer / Newslady / Susie (voice)
Frank Welker ... Master Computer / Apernan / Krunk / Minotaur / Cat (voice)
Tom Kenny ... Disgruntle Postman / Val Hallen / Puppet Pal Clem (voice)


Ponytailed Diva Dynamite (Dee Dee) Super Diva Dynamite Hairstyle 1 Pigtails, Super Diva Dynamite Hairstyle 2 Hair Downs and Super Diva Dynamite Hairstyle 3 Ponytails. Bestest Friends Forever on Super Bubbles Super Blossom, Super Buttercup, Green Pantern (Lee Lee), Batmee (Mee Mee), Super Panty and Super Stocking. Written by Genndy Tartakovsky and Craig McCracken

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TV-PG | See all certifications »






Release Date:

20 November 1996 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Burbank, California, USA See more »

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Sound Mix:

Dolby Surround 7.1



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Did You Know?


The name "Justice Friends" is a combination of the names "Justice League" and Super Friends" both of which were teams of super-heroes based on DC comic characters. See more »


Production code is 107. See more »


[going home to watch TV]
Krunk: TV, Puppet Pals! TV, Puppet Pals! Lots of fun, for guys and gals!
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Crazy Credits

A variant version for Cartoon Network Studios it's Dexter inside in his robot passing by destroying the logo. See more »


References TRON (1982) See more »

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Game Over fun list of early video game cultural references
6 September 2013 | by michaeljhumanSee all my reviews

I like the original Tron movie, so I appreciated this. But they did not stop at Tron references.

It was a hilarious and correct critique of early video games in cartridge form. I played them. They were really primitive. But it was all we had. "The guys don't even bleed!" (lol!) It's also funny how bad Dexter is at video games. First off, in the 80s, genius boys were always amazing at video games. It was a stereotype. I was a bit talented at computers from an early age, in that I could program them. But I was always bad at video games. So I appreciate the debunking of that stereotype (I am not a genius though.) I loved the introduction of Pac Man into the Tron universe. Pac Man was one the most popular arcade games of all time.

Then they threw in a Star Wars reference with the messenger robot. Not totally out of place because Star Wars has been the source for many video games. And Star Wars came out around the time video game arcades were a big thing.

Great graphics in the Tron universe. Genndy appreciates the abstract I think, and Tron is a very abstract sort of place.

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