The Long Lost, Swear-Filled Episode Of Dexter’s Laboratory, Rude Removal

Produced during Genndy Tartakovsky‘s tenure as the showrunner of Dexter’s Laboratory, Rude Removal was never aired by Cartoon Network. The premise sees evil twin variants of Dexter and Dede created, and they are RUDE.

Though these dirty doppelgangers are bleeped out, they run around cursing up a storm.

The segment was screened at Comic Con in ’98, I believe, but has only played a few times since, and in similarly locked-down circumstances.

But today, Cartoon Network’s Adult Swim made the short available online. Here it is, in full.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TLN_ka1ZSDg

That’s pretty good. I mean, Dexter’s Lab often was pretty good, so I’m not surprised. And besides, if your kid can fill those bleeps in with dirty words by themselves, what would we be protecting them from?

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