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''Dexter and Monkey Master'' is a television series created by [[{{Walkyverse}} David Willis]], based on his comic series ''The Head Alien''[[note]], both of which only exist within the continuity of ''Webcomic/DumbingOfAge''[[/note]]. It follows the adventures of Dexter the Head Alien, a megalomaniac dictator from a distant world, and his beleaguered robotic henchman Monkey Master. It also featured a tie-in comic series from MKG that started in conjunction with season 3.

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''Dexter and Monkey Master'' is a television series created by [[{{Walkyverse}} [[{{Webcomic/Walkyverse}} David Willis]], based on his comic series ''The Head Alien''[[note]], both Alien''[[note]]both of which only exist within the continuity of ''Webcomic/DumbingOfAge''[[/note]]. It follows the adventures of Dexter the Head Alien, a megalomaniac dictator from a distant world, and his beleaguered robotic henchman Monkey Master. It also featured a tie-in comic series from MKG that started in conjunction with season 3.


''Dexter and Monkey Master'' is a television series created by [[{{Walkyverse}} David Willis]], based on his comic series ''The Head Alien''[[note]], both of which only exist within the continuity of ''DumbingOfAge''[[/note]]. It follows the adventures of Dexter the Head Alien, a megalomaniac dictator from a distant world, and his beleaguered robotic henchman Monkey Master. It also featured a tie-in comic series from MKG that started in conjunction with season 3.

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''Dexter and Monkey Master'' is a television series created by [[{{Walkyverse}} David Willis]], based on his comic series ''The Head Alien''[[note]], both of which only exist within the continuity of ''DumbingOfAge''[[/note]].''Webcomic/DumbingOfAge''[[/note]]. It follows the adventures of Dexter the Head Alien, a megalomaniac dictator from a distant world, and his beleaguered robotic henchman Monkey Master. It also featured a tie-in comic series from MKG that started in conjunction with season 3.


* HeyItsThatVoice: Dexter is [[WesternAnimation/TheCritic Jay Sherman]]!
** Monkey Master is [[WesternAnimation/ToyStory2 Stinky Pete]]!


** The priest in "Wedding Smashers" is a pretty clear take-off of the one from ''ThePrincessBride''.

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** The priest in "Wedding Smashers" is a pretty clear take-off of the one from ''ThePrincessBride''.''Film/ThePrincessBride''.


** Monkey Master is [[ToyStory Stinky Pete]]!

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** Monkey Master is [[ToyStory [[WesternAnimation/ToyStory2 Stinky Pete]]!


* AuthorsSavingThrow: The mindwipe year. Led to a FandomSplit between those who were relived the DorkAge was over, those who ''liked'' the previous season, and those who didn't like it but thought the mindwipe was a cheap way out.

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* AuthorsSavingThrow: The mindwipe year. Led to a FandomSplit BrokenBase between those who were relived the DorkAge was over, those who ''liked'' the previous season, and those who didn't like it but thought the mindwipe was a cheap way out.

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* AuthorsSavingThrow: The mindwipe year. Led to a FandomSplit between those who were relived the DorkAge was over, those who ''liked'' the previous season, and those who didn't like it but thought the mindwipe was a cheap way out.

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* FanonDiscontinuity: Season 8.


* CrossOver: With Robo-Vac in issue #49 of the comic.

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* CrossOver: With CrossOver:
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Robo-Vac in issue #49 of the comic. comic.
**With Ultra-Car in a season 4 episode.


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*FreakyFridayFlip: Dexter and Ultra-Car in the crossover episode.

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* AscendedExtra: The Sensitive Scanner in season 2.


* HeyItsThatVoice: Dexter is [[TheCritic Jay Sherman]]!

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* HeyItsThatVoice: Dexter is [[TheCritic [[WesternAnimation/TheCritic Jay Sherman]]!

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* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: At several points. But a particular standout occurs in "Time Travel Trouble" when they run into a college-age Dexter's mother, looking rather sweaty and disheveled as she emerges from a darkroom...followed by an equally overtaxed woman several moments later.

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[[caption-width-right:300: "What's the point of ''not'' saying things out loud?"]]


''Dexter and Monkey Master'' is a television series created by [[{{Walkyverse}} David Willis]], based on his comic series ''The Head Alien''[[note]], both of which only exist within the continuity of ''DumbingOfAge''[[/note]]. It follows the adventures of Dexter the Head Alien, a megalomaniac dictator from a distant world, and his beleaguered robotic henchman Monkey Master. It also featured a tie-in comic series that started in conjunction with season 3.

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''Dexter and Monkey Master'' is a television series created by [[{{Walkyverse}} David Willis]], based on his comic series ''The Head Alien''[[note]], both of which only exist within the continuity of ''DumbingOfAge''[[/note]]. It follows the adventures of Dexter the Head Alien, a megalomaniac dictator from a distant world, and his beleaguered robotic henchman Monkey Master. It also featured a tie-in comic series from MKG that started in conjunction with season 3.


''Dexter and Monkey Master'' is a television series created by [[{{Walkyverse}} David Willis]], based on his comic series ''The Head Alien''[[note]], both of which only exist within the continuity of ''DumbingOfAge''[[/note]]. It follows the adventures of Dexter the Head Alien, a megalomaniac dictator from a distant world, and his beleaguered robotic henchman Monkey Master.

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''Dexter and Monkey Master'' is a television series created by [[{{Walkyverse}} David Willis]], based on his comic series ''The Head Alien''[[note]], both of which only exist within the continuity of ''DumbingOfAge''[[/note]]. It follows the adventures of Dexter the Head Alien, a megalomaniac dictator from a distant world, and his beleaguered robotic henchman Monkey Master. \n It also featured a tie-in comic series that started in conjunction with season 3.

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