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Streaky Clean is the first segment of the 53rd episode of Dexter's Laboratory.

Plot

Dexter grows tired of spilling stains on himself, so he decides to build a device to keep the stains off of him, however someone falls asleep and changes the device, accidentally making it remove his clothes. Dexter tries to make it home in the nude, but encounters several troubles along the way. He hides in a mailbox, but falls out and his glasses break, obscuring his vision. He then decides to pose as a pig in mud to deceive three girls. Next, he makes it home and past his parents, but finds no clothes for him to wear, so he decides to pull a coat out of the trash, but on his way out his mom notices the stain on his coat.

Cast

Home Video releases

Development

Gallery

Trivia

Notes

  • This is the first episode to premiere after the series' revival.
  • This is the first episode to air in the 21st Century.

Errors

  • This is pretty much the only episode where we see Dexter changing his clothes.

Cultural References

  • The title "Streaky Clean" is a pun on the phrase squeaky clean.

Episode Connections

Production Notes

  • This is the first episode to use digital ink-and-paint
  • This is also the first episode to air after 9/11
  • This is also the first episode in the series since "Last But Not Beast"
  • Dexter, Mom, and Dad's newer designs make their debut in this episode.
  • Although this episode along with "A Dad Cartoon" and "Sole Brother" aired on 2001, they were made in the same year according to the credits. They were also the first episodes produced on 2001.

Continuity

  • This is the seventh episode where we see Dexter in his underpants.
  • The plot of this episode is fairly similar to the season two episode "Dexter Is Dirty"

Airing

  • This episode it's premiered on Cartoon Network's marathon "Dexter Goes Global" in worldwide on November 18, 2001.

References


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DextersLabratory
Media
Television: Dexter's Laboratory (Episodes) • What a Cartoon!Cartoon CartoonsRude Removal (Banned episode)

Segments: Dial M for MonkeyThe Justice Friends
TV film: Ego Trip
Video games: Chess ChallengeRobot RampageDeesaster Strikes!Mandark's Lab?Science Ain't Fair
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Characters
Main characters: Dexter / Number 12 / Action Dexter / Old Man DexterDee Dee / Old Gal Dee DeeMomDadMonkeyMajor GloryQuadraplex T-3000 ComputerDogMandark / Executive Mandark / Overlord Mandark / BraindarkOceanbirdWindbearDouglas E. Mordecai IIIKoosalagoopagoopPony Puff PrincessAction HankLee LeeMee MeePhillips LuzinskyQuackorPuppet Pals

Other characters: BadaxtraBoy Band VirusBuzzardCap'n AhabWet WillieCaptain of Chubby Cheese'sChubby HelpersCindyClawCrazy RobotDarbie CollectorsDetention WardenDodge Ball BulliesQuackor the FowlDoo DeeDynomutt X-90EarlEnergy ThiefFishing RivalsFishyGaryBecky & GwenGooey AliensGorkGym TeacherHuman Dissecting AliensHookochoIce Cream ManInter-Dimensional MonsterJeffJoJoLalavavaMajor Glory GangMaster ComputerMat ParallaxPrincipalMom's RivalMs. LPaper NinjasPerfect PonyPrison WardenRed-EyeThe RobberRude Dee DeeRude DexterShoe GnomesThe YardUltrabot 2000Ultrabot 4000 Observation UnitsYaniYani's wifeArnieBarney Rubble (cameo) • Betty Rubble (cameo) • Big Daddy FatBilly BloombergBlue Falcon (crossover) • CatCharlieChrisChubby CheeseComputressCreepy Eyed GirlCreepy Neighborhood BoyDick McMannDexter's FriendsDextaminaDextorDextor's parentsDynomutt (crossover) • Eccentric ManFergle O'ReillyGrandpaJimmy SmithJurassic PoochKatkaLisaLucky & PierreMailman MelMar-10, Fred and TinyMary WeatherMidgeMikeMiss WimpleMr. ChauMiss PimmerwikleNASANeighbor LadyNess MonsterOld Man McCowskyPhilian PoppyseedProfessor HawkProfessor Hawk's FansProfessor WilliamsReplacement SistersSanta ClausSoyen ChenSurfer BoyTalking DogTalking Dog's OwnerTattooTiki GodTimmyToshiTrevor WinkleMiss SalingerKoosalagoopagoop

Episodes
Objects
Transports/Vehicles
Locations
Broken Dreams Vault | Burrito Palace | Chubby Cheese's | Dad's Laboratory | Dance School | Dee Dee's Laborator] | Dexter's House | Dexter's Laboratory | Dextopia | Flowertopia | Genius Grove | Hall of Heroes | HANK HQ | Huber Elementary | Independence Mall | Koosland | Krunk's Room | Major Glory's Room | Mandark's House | Mandark's Laboratory | Mom's Laboratory | Muscular Arms | Pony Puff Place | Ship-A-Drome | State Prison | Suburbs | Tattoo's | The Sewer Beyond | The Yard | Trollbe Tooth Forest | Ultrabot's Laboratory | Valhallen's Room | Wong's Food to Go! | Library | Dee Dee's Room | Dexter Museum
Songs
See also
Cartoon Network StudiosHanna-BarberaThe Powerpuff GirlsFoster's Home for Imaginary Friends
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