The fifthy-third episode of Dexter's Laboratory was originally supposed to air on September 14, 2001, however it got delayed because of the 9/11 Attacks, and aired on November 16, 2001. This is considered by many the time when Dexter's Laboratory "jumped the shark," since the series got new animation and a new directing crew.
This is also the final episode to feature Christine Cavanaugh as the voice of Dexter
Also, Alison Moore returned to the show as the voice of DeeDee
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After staining all of his lab coats, Dexter invents a satellite that can zap his clothes clean from space. While Dexter is in school, the satelitte gets hit by another spacecraft and goes hay-wire causing the ray to burn his clothes up. Now Dexter must get home, before people see him naked.
- The title is a play on the saying "Squeaky Clean."
A Dad Cartoon
Dad tries to clean his car but just wrecks it.From the door to the roof,he gets furious.He throws all the car parts on the back of the car and pushes it down the cliff.But when the car was seen down the cliff,they were many Dad's Cars pushed down which meant that this wasn't the first time Dad had car problems.
After Dee Dee sneaks into a teleporter, she and Dexter's atoms to fuse, making Dexter's her foot. Can they survive with each other until the teleporter reboots in twenty-four hours?
- Allison Moore returns as the voice of Dee Dee.
- There is a deleted scene, where it shows Dexter and Dee Dee in dance class, but it was cut out so A Dad Cartoon could fit in.
- This is Christine Cavanaugh's last episode
- This is the first episode in the series since the breakup of Hanna-Barbera. Oddly, at the end, when the logo plays, the Dexter's Lab variant of the logo has the 1997-2001 HB logo audio. This was fixed with all subsequent episodes.
- Christine Cavanaugh- Dexter/Dancer
- Allison Moore- DeeDee/Dancer/Triplet #2
- Kath Soucie- Mom/Dexter's Computer/Triplet #1
- Jeff Glen Bennett- Dad/Mailman
- Tom Kenny- Narrator/Hippie/Boy #1
- Dee Bradley Baker- Boy #2/Dog
- Jennifer Martin- Triplet #3/Dancer
- John McIntyre- Writer/Director
- Chris Savino- Director
- Clayton Morrow- Writer
- Walt Dohrn- Writer
- David Smith- Animation Director