Dexter's Laboratory

Season 2 Episode 58

Koos a la Goop a Goop

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Aired Unknown Dec 03, 1997 on Cartoon Network
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Koos a la Goop a Goop
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Koosy tells Dee Dee that he is the king of the land of Koos, but when Dee Dee goes there...

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  • They Could Do More With This Series.

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    Yes, I do agree with the fact that Dexter can see him. So the fact that no one can see him and no one in The Land Of Koos can see Dee Dee is a mistake.



    Here's the story.



    It's bedtime, and it is time for a story. Koosie tells Dee Dee a story about The Land Of Koos, and she thinks it's real, but it's only a story! She takes it too seriously, and she doesn't understand what Koosie is talking about.



    And yes, Koosie should be the ruler of The Land of Koos. But Koos does not disappear. So that is not a good reason to think that the episodes are not in order. He appears in a number of episodes, including ones like "Jeepers Creepers, Where Is Peepers?" and also guest stars in the final episode. But I guess they could have been switched since Dee Dee told Dexter about Koosie, But no matter what...



    ...They really do need to spin "Koos-A-La-Goop-A -Goop" and these other shows off into their own cartoons!



    (And Give This Pilot Episode An Actual Title! They give titles to the Monkey and Justice Friends episodes...)moreless
Frank Welker

Frank Welker

Voice of Monkey/Krunk/Mr. Levinski

Christine Cavanaugh

Christine Cavanaugh

Voice of Dexter (Seasons 1 & 2)

Kath Soucie

Kath Soucie

Voice of Mom/Dexter's computer/Agent HoneyDew/Mandark's Mom

Rob Paulsen

Rob Paulsen

Voice of Major Glory

Kat Cressida

Kat Cressida

Dee Dee (Seasons 2 and 4)

Dom DeLuise

Dom DeLuise

Voice of Koosy

Guest Star

Tom Kenny

Tom Kenny

Voice of ValHallen

Recurring Role

Jeff Bennett

Jeff Bennett

Voice of Dad/Mandarks Dad

Recurring Role

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    • And if you thought Dexter was absent in this episode, then you blinked. He is seen, for a split second, during the song at the beginning, yet he doesn't speak.

    • It seems that "The Koos is Loose" and this episode should have aired in switched positions. There's a song in this episode that does not have any lyrics and music credits in the closing credits. However, "The Koos is Loose" has lyrics and music credits for the "Koos a la Goop a Goop" song, but the song is not performed in that episode. The credits go as follows: Lyrics by David Smith, Music by Steve Rucker and Thomas Chase. It also makes more sense if "The Koos is Loose" airs after this one, as Koosy disappears at the end.

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