Justice friends episodes

Justice friends episodes DEFAULT
This article is about the segment. For the characters, see The Justice Friends.
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The Justice Friends is a back-up segment that airs between two Dexter's Laboratory shorts during the second half of the first season and two episodes of the second season.


The Justice Friends consists of Major Glory, The Infraggable Krunk, and Valhallen, who are all roommates living in an apartment complex called Muscular Arms. Most of the adventures of The Justice Friends deal with the three trying to balance out their superhero adventures while just trying to keep their composure having to adjust to their living arrangement. Most of these adventures play out like a sitcom along with a laugh track, used in a satirical manner.


Main Cast

  • Major Glory - The Main character of the show. He is the most American American in all of America, who has superpowers that are related to American things. He is the most serious one who takes his job more seriously than the other members of the team. However, he is still a bad leader and he is usually messing everything up for the team.
  • Valhallen - The Viking god of Ragnarok & Roll. He is a long-haired rock star who uses the power of his electric guitar to play music as well as fighting crime.
  • Krunk - The biggest, strongest, and dumbest member of the team. He is a big purple monster who has the ability to lift really heavy things and smash stuff. He acts like a little kid and he always talks in third person. He has anger issues and is really violent if he gets mad.

Recurring Characters

  • Living Bullet - A bullet person who can move extremely fast. An old college roommate of Major Glory, Living Bullet oftentimes helps The Justice Friends when they are in need.
  • White Tiger - A white tiger who can only speak in roars and growling noises. He has cat-like abilities and often times acts as a normal house cat.
  • Capital G - A superhero who has the ability to change his size.


Season 1

Season 2


  • The Justice Friends is a parody of both the Justice League and the Avengers, which involved superheroes that these heroes are parodies of.
  • This is the only Dexter's Laboratory segment that does not have cameos of the other two segments of the show with the exception of Last But Not Beast.
  • In Season 1, the episodes contain a laugh track and the characters read out the title card. However, these all have been dropped in Season 2.
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The Justice Friends: Bee Where?

  • Season 1 Overview

    Air Date: April 28, 1996

  • S1:E39. Monstory

    Air Date: January 1, 1997

  • S1:E38. The Justice Friends: Can't Nap

    Air Date: January 1, 1997

  • S1:E37. Inflata DeeDee

    Air Date: January 1, 1997

  • S1:E36. Mandarker

    Air Date: December 25, 1996

  • S1:E35. The Justice Friends: Bee Where?

    Air Date: December 25, 1996

  • S1:E34. Dexter's Debt

    Air Date: December 18, 1996

  • S1:E33. The Justice Friends: Ratman

    Air Date: December 18, 1996

  • S1:E32. Spacecase

    Air Date: December 18, 1996

  • S1:E31. Tribe Called Girl

    Air Date: December 11, 1996

  • S1:E30. The Justice Friends: Say Uncle Sam

    Air Date: December 11, 1996

  • S1:E29. Way of the DeeDee

    Air Date: December 11, 1996

  • S1:E28. The Big Cheese

    Air Date: December 4, 1996

  • S1:E27. The Justice Friends: Krunk's Date

    Air Date: December 4, 1996

  • S1:E26. Dollhouse Drama

    Air Date: December 4, 1996

  • S1:E25. Dream Machine

    Air Date: November 27, 1996

  • S1:E24. The Justice Friends: Valhallen's Room

    Air Date: November 27, 1996

  • S1:E23. Babysitter Blues

    Air Date: November 27, 1996

  • S1:E22. Game Over

    Air Date: November 20, 1996

  • S1:E21. The Justice Friends: TV Super Pals

    Air Date: November 20, 1996

  • S1:E20. Star Spangled Sidekicks

    Air Date: November 20, 1996

  • S1:E19. Dial M For Monkey: Huntor

    Air Date: June 2, 1996

  • S1:E18. Dee Dee's Room

    Air Date: June 2, 1996

  • S1:E17. Dimwit Dexter

    Air Date: May 26, 1996

  • S1:E16. Dial M for Monkey: Orgon Grindor

    Air Date: May 26, 1996

  • S1:E15. Jurassic Pooch

    Air Date: May 26, 1996

  • S1:E14. Dial M for Monkey: Barbequor

    Air Date: May 19, 1996

  • S1:E13. Double Trouble

    Air Date: May 19, 1996

  • S1:E12. Dial M for Monkey: Simion

    Air Date: May 12, 1996

  • S1:E11. Dexter's Rival

    Air Date: December 25, 1996

  • S1:E10. Dexter's Assistant

    Air Date: May 5, 1996

  • S1:E9. Dial M for Monkey: Rasslor

    Air Date: May 5, 1996

  • S1:E8. Dexter Dodgeball

    Air Date: May 5, 1996

  • S1:E7. Maternal Combat

    Air Date: April 28, 1996

  • S1:E6. Dial M for Monkey: Magmanamus

    Air Date: April 28, 1996

  • S1:E5. Deedeemensional

    Air Date: April 28, 1996

  • S1:E4. Old Man Dexter

    Air Date: March 17, 1996

  • S1:E3. Dial M for Monkey: Rasslor

    Air Date: May 5, 1996

  • S1:E3. Maternal Combat

    Air Date: April 28, 1996

  • S1:E2. The Big Sister

    Air Date: March 10, 1996

  • S1:E1. Changes

    Air Date: February 23, 1995

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    List of Dexter's Laboratory episodes

    list of episodes of the American animated television series Dexter's Laboratory

    A young brother and sister pointing remote controls at each other set against a purple laboratory background featuring animals and yellow bolts of electricity.
    Poster for the Dexter's Laboratorypilot on World Premiere Toons.

    Dexter's Laboratory is an American animated television series created by Genndy Tartakovsky for Cartoon Network. Initially debuting on February 26, 1995, as a seven-minute World Premiere Toons pilot, it was expanded into a full series after gaining network approval. The first season, which consists of 13 episodes divided into three segments each, premiered on TNT on April 27, 1996,[1] and TBS and Cartoon Network on April 28.[2] A second season of 39 episodes followed in 1997. In this season, Allison Moore, the voice actor for Dee Dee, was replaced by Kat Cressida, save for a few episodes. "Last But Not Beast", the second-season finale, was originally supposed to conclude the series in 1998. However, Tartakovsky directed a television movie titled Dexter's Laboratory: Ego Trip which aired on Cartoon Network on December 10, 1999. He left the series after the movie, focusing on his other projects, Samurai Jack and Star Wars: Clone Wars.

    Production on a third season began in 2001 with Chris Savino taking over as creative director and later producer. It premiered worldwide on November 16, 2001, during Cartoon Network's "Dexter Goes Global" marathon.[3] The third-season episode "Poppa Wheely/A Mom Cartoon/The Mock Side of the Moon" is the first to feature Christine Cavanaugh's replacement Candi Milo as the voice of Dexter. Milo would voice the character from the next episode onward, with the exception of "Tele Trauma". A fourth and final season consisting of 13 episodes aired from November 22, 2002, to November 20, 2003. In total there have been 78 episodes and a television movie across 4 seasons.

    A previously unaired episode called "Rude Removal" was originally shown only at certain comic conventions that Tartakovsky attended beginning in 1998. The season two segment was released online by Adult Swim on January 22, 2013.[4]

    Series overview[edit]


    Pilots (1995–96)[edit]

    Season 1 (1996–97)[edit]

    Season 2 (1997–98)[edit]

    "Rude Removal"[edit]

    An episode segment from the second season was produced yet never aired on television, but was ultimately released to the public in January 2013 on the official YouTube page of Adult Swim.

    TV movie (1999)[edit]

    A television movie titled Dexter's Laboratory: Ego Trip premiered on Cartoon Network in 1999. It was the final Dexter's Laboratory episode or movie in which creator Genndy Tartakovsky was directly involved. Ego Trip was also the last project made by Cartoon Network Studios under ownership of Hanna-Barbera before the studio branched off as a separate facility when Hanna-Barbera was folded into Warner Bros. Animation.

    Season 3 (2001–02)[edit]

    Season 4 (2002–03)[edit]

    Sours: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Dexter%27s_Laboratory_episodes
    The Justice Friends: Can't Nap (1997)

    10 Best Episodes Of Dexter's Laboratory, Ranked According To IMDb

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    It has been 18 years since the very last episode of Dexter's Laboratory was released on Cartoon Network, so what better to commemorate the show than to relive the best of the best episodes? Be warned, there's extreme nostalgia below!

    10 Dexter Dodgeball/Dial M For Monkey: Rasslor/Dexter's Assistant (7.7)

    "Dexter Dodgeball" is the first part of the episode and is centered on Dexter sticking up for himself, in front of three bullies. Since he's a genius, he builds himself a machine to exact revenge on them all.

    In "Dial M for Monkey: Rasslor," several superheroes wrestle an intergalactic alien wrestler from a comic from the 1980s. Rasslor travels to each world to challenge those around him, but this time, Earth is on the line, and it's up to the superheroes to end this reign of glory. Lastly, "Dexter's Assistant" is all about Dexter winning a science fair. Because he's low on time, he realizes Dee Dee could be of use and decides to make her his assistant.

    9 Filet Of Soul/Golden Diskette (7.7)

    In "Filet of Soul," the family fish is over-worked, and as a result, Fishy the Fish ends up dying, but Dexter and Dee Dee won't give him a "proper" burial. Instead of staying dead, Fishy arises from the grave and starts to haunt its former owners.

    The second half of the episode is about an eccentric professor that opens up a contest to search for a special diskette in his factory. Dee Dee wins the contest and is convinced by Dexter to bring him along. Since Dee Dee doesn't do well with shiny things, she ends up destroying the professor's place.

    8 Star-Spangled Sidekicks/The Justice Friends: TV Super Pals/Game Over (7.7)

    Dexter and Dee Dee both enjoy Major Glory, a superhero on a TV show. Major Glory is looking for a "sidekick" and will be holding a competition in town. Major Glory chooses Dee Dee the "Diva Dynamite," but the episode's villain, Doctor Diablos, busts in to ruin everything. In the end, Dee Dee is still crowned as his sidekick, but Dee Dee chooses to go home with Dexter instead.

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    "The Justice Friends" make various appearances throughout the series, but they're not to be confused with Cartoon Network's Justice League, in this episode, the superheroes realize their favorite shows are being broadcast at the same time. They battle it out to see who will get to watch their show, and in the end, Krunk gets his way and the other two put on a puppet show for him, because the television broke. Finally, "Game Over," tells the tale of Dexter receiving a video game from his father but ends up getting pulled into the game himself.

    7 Dexter's Rival/The Justice Friends: Bee Where?/Mandarker (7.7)

    Dexter wants to be the center of attention for his creations, but when a new kid named Mandark shows up in "Dexter's Rival," things take a turn. Dexter realizes for the first time that he's not the only kid his age who is a brainiac and has a cool laboratory. "The Justice Friends" are superheroes throughout the series, but when it comes to insects, they are terrified. In "The Justice Friends: Bee Where?" they encounter a bee in their apartment and will do anything for it to go away.

    In "Mandarker," things get a little dark. Dee Dee and Dexter are responsible for the destruction of Mandark's lab, but Mandark will not lose in the science fair. Instead, he turns to a magic book to wow the judges, which results in bringing a terrible monster out of a dimensional portal.

    6 Unfortunate Cookie/The Muffin King (7.8)

    In "Unfortunate Cookie," Dee Dee tricks Dexter into inserting his finger into a Chinese finger puzzle, which results in Dee and Dexter going on a journey to find a solution. Along the way, they find themselves bickering at one another to no end. In the end, a local Chinatown shop owner finally releases them from their torment.

    In "Muffin King," Dad is obsessed with their Mom's muffing-baking skills. Dexter and Dee Dee are tasked to guard the muffins so their Dad won't eat them all. This sends their Dad into a downward spiral as he becomes obsessed with the idea of eating the muffins.

    5 Beard To Be Feared/Quackor The Fowl/Ant Pants (7.8)

    In "Beard to be Feared," Dexter wants to become more "rugged." To do so, he realizes he must grow a beard. Because he's a child, he uses a gadget called "The Beard-A-Tron" to help him with this issue.

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    "Quackor The Fowl" involves show-and-tell and lab animals that Dexter and his nemesis Mandark have created. When the two animals meet, Quackor and Monkey, they get involved in an all-out brawl for domination. In "Ant Pants," Dexter turns himself and Dee Dee into ants, and visit a colony. When they return to their own home, it's Dexter who dislikes ants now, and Dee Dee sees how truly great they are.

    4 Dollhouse Drama/The Justice Friends: Krunk's Date/The Big Cheese (7.8)

    "Dollhouse Drama" centers around Dexter spying on Dee Dee and realizing she has a dollhouse in her room. Because of a shrink ray gadget, he finds himself in the actual dollhouse and starts to believe his new life is real.

    In the next part of the episode, Krunk from The Justice Friends finds himself taken back by She-Thing, who looks and acts a lot like him. Krunk reads She-Thing a poem, and they fall madly in love. Finally, "The Big Cheese" is about Dexter and a new-found word he's learned. He uses a new gadget, but realizes it has malfunctioned and the only word he can say is, "Omelette du Fromage."

    3 Snowdown/Figure Not Included/Mock 5 (7.8)

    It's winter and Dee Dee is torturing Dexter with snowballs. He tries to hide in various spots around the yard to get inside, but to no avail, Dee Dee finds him. Dad is a snowball champion and wants to pass on his skills to Dexter. When Dexter gets the hang of things, he defends himself from Dee Dee, and the whole family gets in on it.

    Dexter makes his own Major Glory action figure, but when the neighborhood kids realize they are faux action figures, things get a little sticky for Dexter. In "Mock 5," Dexter enters a soapbox derby competition but his Dad doesn't want him to due to Dee Dee crashed and "died" in a race, but he does it anyway. In Dee Dee's honor, Dexter hopes to be the winner of the derby and prove once and for all he's superior to Mandark.

    2 Dexter's Rival/Dial M For Monkey: Simion/Old Man Dexter (8.0)

    A new kid named Mandark proves to be just as smart as Dexter, which intimidates him. What's even worse is that Mandark quickly takes on the title of "the smartest kid in school," which doesn't sit well with Dexter. "Dial M For Monkey" is about Monkey saving the planet from an angry monkey named Simion. He plans to seek vengeance on those who wronged him on Earth. Monkey gives Simion a banana to change his mind.

    Dexter wants to stay up late to watch movies, so he uses an invention to age himself. The machine ends up turning Dexter into a 90-year-old man, but Dexter is able to undo his mistake and turned himself into a boy again.

    1 Last But Not Beast (8.2)

    Finally, the highest-rated episode in the entire series is fittingly called, "Last But Not Beast." Dexter is a foreign exchange student in Japan and while living there, he releases a giant monster. With help from friends and family, they battle to save Japan.

    This episode reveals Monkey's secret identity and Dexter's secret lab. In the end, the only person who knows what happened in the episode is Dee Dee.

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