Dexter's Laboratory: Season 1, Episode 4

Double Trouble/Dial M for Monkey: Barbequor/Dexter's Laboratory (19 May 1996)

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Dexter and his cloning machine overheat when Dee Dee and her friends clone and re-clone themselves for Laboratory fun-time.

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Dexter (voice)
Allison Moore ...
Dee Dee (voice)
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Mom / Honeydew / Miss Pell (voice)
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Dad / Rabbit (voice)
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Monkey / Krunk (voice)
Robert Ridgely ...
Barbequor / Commander (voice) (as Bob Ridgely)
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Silver Spooner / Major Glory / Tiki Torch (voice)
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Snowman / Living Bullet / Reynolds (voice)
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Dexter and his cloning machine overheat when Dee Dee and her friends clone and re-clone themselves for Laboratory fun-time.

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In 2004, the episode Dial M for Monkey: Barequor was banned from airing in America, Canada, Latin America and the United Kingdom due to Spooner being considered a stereotype of gay men and Krunk getting drunk at the end. See more »

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