Dee Dee: Koosey, do you notice anything strange?
Koosey: What, Dee Dee?
Dee Dee: That pile of rocks! We keep passing by it. There it is again! And again... and again!
Koosey: Now, now, Dee Dee, that's called a "repeat pan," first implemented by William Hanna and Joseph Barbera in 1947 to streamline production costs. (NOTE: The year is incorrect. Hanna and Barbera were still working on Tom & Jerry at MGM in 1947. They wouldn't develop the streamline production till ten years later, 1957, when they started up their own studio to make cartoons for television.)
Dee Dee: Well, I don't like it!
Narrator: Neither does Dexter!