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11th Jun '17 2:11:08 PM ImperialMajestyXO
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* In "Got Your Goat", the Spanish newspaper Dee Dee shows to Dexter says, "Just like Satan said," and "You are the drunk ones."

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* In "Got Your Goat", the Spanish newspaper Dee Dee shows to Dexter says, "Just like Satan {{Satan}} said," and "You are the drunk ones."
8th Apr '17 4:16:11 AM Kitchen90
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** It almost crosses the line into Unambiguously Gay when The Silver Spooner excitedly asks "Judy Garland? Where?" with [[WingdingEyes stars in his eyes]]. For those who don't know, Judy Garland is an icon of gay culture and being a fan of her is usually associated with gay stereotype.

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** It almost crosses the line into Unambiguously Gay when The Silver Spooner excitedly asks "Judy Garland? "Creator/JudyGarland? Where?" with [[WingdingEyes stars in his eyes]]. For those who don't know, Judy Garland is an icon of gay culture and being a fan of her is usually associated with gay stereotype.
4th Feb '17 1:50:47 AM CaptainTedium
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* In one episode Dexter and Mandark face off at each other in their giant robots, ready to destroy each other. They open fire with ''missiles'' from their ''crotches''. [[FreudWasRight Mr. Freud would probably want a word with these boys]].

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* In one episode Dexter and Mandark face off at each other in their giant robots, ready to destroy each other. They open fire with ''missiles'' from their ''crotches''. [[FreudWasRight Mr. Freud would probably want a word with these boys]].
31st Jan '17 1:14:33 PM CorahsUncle
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* In "Dexter's Lab: A Story", one scene strongly implies that the talking dog is humping Mom, Dad, and Dee Dee's legs under the table.

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* In "Dexter's Lab: A Story", one scene strongly implies that the talking dog is humping Mom, Dad, Mom's, Dad's, and Dee Dee's legs under the table.



** That episode also features the show's only other instance of (mild) profanity when Dexter yells at DeeDee to "stay out of [his] freakin' lab."

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** That episode also features the show's only other instance of (mild) profanity when Dexter yells at DeeDee Dee Dee to "stay out of [his] freakin' lab."



* In "A Mom and Dad Cartoon", Dexter and Dee Dee's parents are having a friendly quarrel over a game of Scrabble, but to Dexter and Dee Dee (who are standing on the other side of the door) it sounds like they're accusing each other of infidelity.

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* In "A Mom and Dad Cartoon", Dexter and Dee Dee's parents are having a friendly quarrel over a game of Scrabble, TabletopGame/{{Scrabble}}, but to Dexter and Dee Dee (who are standing on the other side of the door) it sounds like they're accusing each other of infidelity.



-->'''Dee Dee''': Whoever he is, he must be more exciting than Dad.
** In the same episode, Mom reaches into his pocket and pulls out a Scrabble letter. The outline on his pocket looks like a condom.

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-->'''Dee Dee''': Dee:''' Whoever he is, he must be more exciting than Dad.
** In the same episode, Mom reaches into his pocket and pulls out a Scrabble letter.tile. The outline on his pocket looks like a condom.
31st Jan '17 12:58:43 PM NWolfman
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* In one episode Dexter and Mandark face off at each other in their giant robots, ready to destroy each other. They open fire with ''missiles'' from their ''crotches''.

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* In one episode Dexter and Mandark face off at each other in their giant robots, ready to destroy each other. They open fire with ''missiles'' from their ''crotches''. [[FreudWasRight Mr. Freud would probably want a word with these boys]].


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** That episode also features the show's only other instance of (mild) profanity when Dexter yells at DeeDee to "stay out of [his] freakin' lab."
8th Dec '16 2:23:13 AM CaptainTedium
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* In "Poetic Justice", Dexter attempts to impress a girl he likes by stating that he once spliced spider silk genes into a goat's mammary glands.
7th Dec '16 12:31:05 PM CaptainTedium
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* In "Father Knows Least", it is implied that Mom has cheated on Dad with a delivery man, a milkman, and a mailman.
7th Dec '16 12:04:31 PM CaptainTedium
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* "Stuffed Animal House"
** Dexter attempts to pass an animated stuffed rabbit as a hand puppet by shoving his hand up the doll's ass.
** The stuffed beaver ends up used by Dad to scrub himself while showering and runs back to Dexter's lab with a traumatized look on his face, implying that Dad used him to scrub his genitals.
7th Dec '16 7:49:20 AM CaptainTedium
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* That time Dee Dee switched bodies with Mom, and Dad was feeling frisky. She refuses him with "Ew, I don't want to kiss YOU", and it's implied their parents' sex life is dead. (''"So what else is new?"'')

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* That time "Sister Mom", the episode where Dexter transformed Dee Dee switched bodies with Mom, and Dad was feeling frisky.so that she looked like their mother, at one point gets the attention of Dad, who tries to make a pass at her, unaware that she's really his daughter. She refuses him with "Ew, I don't want to kiss YOU", and it's implied their parents' sex life is dead. (''"So what else is new?"'')
6th Dec '16 5:37:06 AM CaptainTedium
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** That's not the only time Mom and Dad have been playing a harmless game that leads to implications. In one short cartoon, they're having a friendly quarrel over a game of Scrabble, but to Dexter and Dee Dee (who are standing on the other side of the door) it sounds like they're accusing each other of infidelity.
-->'''Dad:''' Well how about the last time I caught you cheating? How easily you seem to forget who dealt the cards then.
-->'''Mom:''' That was different. I told you that the Jack of Spades was wild.
-->'''Dexter:''' Who is Jack?
-->'''Dee Dee''': Whoever he is, he must be more exciting than Dad.
** In the same episode, Mom reaches into his pocket and pulls out a Scrabble letter. The outline on his pocket looks like a condom.
** The Swedish dub of this episode almost makes the joke even dirtier. The Swedish name for the Jack cards is "Knekt", which is an old word for "soldier". Thus, the joke is changed slightly and Dee Dee's line becomes that she thinks Mom had an affair with a soldier.


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* In "A Mom and Dad Cartoon", Dexter and Dee Dee's parents are having a friendly quarrel over a game of Scrabble, but to Dexter and Dee Dee (who are standing on the other side of the door) it sounds like they're accusing each other of infidelity.
-->'''Dad:''' Well how about the last time I caught you cheating? How easily you seem to forget who dealt the cards then.
-->'''Mom:''' That was different. I told you that the Jack of Spades was wild.
-->'''Dexter:''' Who is Jack?
-->'''Dee Dee''': Whoever he is, he must be more exciting than Dad.
** In the same episode, Mom reaches into his pocket and pulls out a Scrabble letter. The outline on his pocket looks like a condom.
** The Swedish dub of this episode almost makes the joke even dirtier. The Swedish name for the Jack cards is "Knekt", which is an old word for "soldier". Thus, the joke is changed slightly and Dee Dee's line becomes that she thinks Mom had an affair with a soldier.
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