Dexter's Laboratory

Streaky Clean

Season 3, Ep 1, Aired 11/16/01
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  • Episode Description
  • Dexter is sick of staining his clothes, so he launches a satellite into space, that cleans his clothes every time he stains them. However, the satellite gets knocked out of orbit, and everything goes haywire.

  • Cast & Crew
  • Christine Cavanaugh

    Dexter

  • Kath Soucie

    Mom

  • Walt Dohrn

  • Robert Alvarez (II)

  • Chris Savino

  • Fan Reviews (1)
  • Dexter continuously spills food on his clothes so he makes a device to clean spills instantly with out having him change his clothes. Unfortunately, his device malfunctions and disenigrates his clothes, causing him to streak back to the house.

    By violetbeau, May 13, 2006

  • Trivia & Quotes
  • Notes (3)

    • This was originally supposed to air 2 months earlier (during Dexter's Global Marathon), but was post-poned due to 9-11.

    • This is the second episode about cleansliness.

    • The third season had quite a few changes in the series: The title cards in Season 3 either contained an odd "bubble" with a random image of Dexter, or the titles just on a black backround. Even though most of the original crew is still there, some have seemed to left, like: -Genndy Tartakovsky, who is working on Samuri Jack. -Paul Rudish, who is working on the Powerpuff Girls Movie. -Craig McCracken, who is also working on the Powerpuff Girls Movie. The episode lengths have changed also from three 7-Minute shorts, to two 9-Minute Episodes and one 3-Minute Short. (Instead of 7/7/7, it is now 9/3/9) Chris Savino replaces Genndy Tartakovsky as the Exectutive Producer and Series Director. Since David Smith replaced Craig McCracken as the art director, the animation changed quite a bit. There is not that much detail as there used to be. The characters, the house, and Dexter's Laboratory look way different.

    Trivia (3)

    • Ninth time that Dexter has actually appeared naked in an episode.

    • Why didn't Dexter use the giant washing machine he had in "Dexter is Dirty" to clean his clothes?

    • If Dexter only got his lab coat stained, why did he throw his gloves and boots in the wash as well?

    Allusions (1)

    • Episode Title: Streaky Clean The title comes from the saying "Squeaky Clean."

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