Dexter's Laboratory Character Analysis

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Dexter’s Laboratory is an American animated television series created by Genndy Tartakovsky. Dexter’s Laboratory first aired on Cartoon Network on March 24, 1996, having a total of 78 episodes in 4 seasons and a movie before it ended on November 20th, 2003, where the last episode was aired. Although, there was an unaired episode called “Rude Removal” that were only shown at comic conventions. The series has two leading character’s and protagonist named Dexter and DeeDee. Dexter, is an 8 year old boy genius, who conjures up world saving creations in his confidential laboratory, located in the basement of his residence. He is the shortest in his family, with curly red hair, wearing a pair of glasses, white lab coat with black buttons, zippered…show more content…
She wears a pink tutu, white stocking and ballet shoes. Her hair color is blonde, as is her fathers. As you analyze her character you would notice that she doesn’t act much like an older sibling, her personality consists of being very childish, giddy, and energetic. As I mentioned above, in almost every episode she finds a way to destroy her brothers’ experiments, she doesn’t deliberately demolish them, just has an illiterate curiosity towards…show more content…
For example, in Season 1 Episode 3, Dexter has turned himself into a fragile old man, and his sister is by his side helping, such as feeding him, and lifting him onto the couch and crying assuming he’s dead which indicated affection towards him. Even though she calls him grandpa (implying her idiotic ways) it’s still Dexter. In addition, in Season 1 Episode 13, she has a watch were almost ever 3 hours or so it’s marked playtime with Dexter. Certainly, DeeDee does seem strange, yet she doesn’t have a physiological disorder, though she shows unbelievable stupidity in the entire show, she 's just hyperactive and definitely lacks book smarts nevertheless very savvy. For instance, she without fail breaks into her brothers’ lab, bearing in mind, it’s suppose to be impenetrable. There is a bookshelf in her brother’s room containing a specific novel, and if you open it reveals the door into the lab. Still locked there is a smart system that asks for voice recognition, and she nails his voice on the spot. As one goes on, more into the show they notice that big sister DeeDee is more of a social butterfly (extrovert) being popular at school, while her brother is an introvert only have three friends and beside those friends everyone sheer clear of him. Now looking at Dexter, he shows
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