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* WrenchWench: Jenny Ten

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* WrenchWench: Jenny TenTen, who maintains the insect's habitats and builds the weapons used by the team to capture new bugs.


* YouGottaHaveBlueHair: Jenny 10


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* TruthSerums: ''Seeds of Destruction'' has the team comes into contact with a truth serum pollen that causes them to say exactly want they are thinking.




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* AmnesiacHero: Zap. In ''Rebirth'' it's established that Zap has no memories prior to joining the team.


A 2008 Australian-Canadian animated series co-produced between Canada's March Entertainment (also known for ''WesternAnimation/CillyBeach'' and ''WesternAnimation/YamRoll'') and Australia's SLR Productions, ''Dex Hamilton: Alien Entomologist'' was the brainchild of Matthew Fernandes (who would later found Industrial Brothers, the studio behind such shows as ''WesternAnimation/{{Dot}}'', ''WesternAnimation/TopWing'', and ''WesternAnimation/RemyAndBoo''). The series originally ran on Creator/{{CBC}} in Canada and Creator/NetworkTen in Australia for a total of 26 episodes over a single season, but reruns popped up on Creator/{{Qubo}} in the United States in 2014. The show also had a made-for-TV prequel movie called ''Dex Hamilton: Fire and Ice''.

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A 2008 Australian-Canadian animated series co-produced between Canada's March Entertainment (also known for ''WesternAnimation/CillyBeach'' ''WesternAnimation/ChillyBeach'' and ''WesternAnimation/YamRoll'') and Australia's SLR Productions, ''Dex Hamilton: Alien Entomologist'' was the brainchild of Matthew Fernandes (who would later found Industrial Brothers, the studio behind such shows as ''WesternAnimation/{{Dot}}'', ''WesternAnimation/TopWing'', and ''WesternAnimation/RemyAndBoo''). The series originally ran on Creator/{{CBC}} in Canada and Creator/NetworkTen in Australia for a total of 26 episodes over a single season, but reruns popped up on Creator/{{Qubo}} in the United States in 2014. The show also had a made-for-TV prequel movie called ''Dex Hamilton: Fire and Ice''.


A 2008 Australian-Canadian animated series co-produced between Canada's March Entertainment and Australia's SLR Productions, ''Dex Hamilton: Alien Entomologist'' was the brainchild of Matthew Fernandes (who would later found Industrial Brothers, the studio behind such shows as ''WesternAnimation/{{Dot}}'', ''WesternAnimation/TopWing'', and ''WesternAnimation/RemyAndBoo''). The series originally ran on Creator/{{CBC}} in Canada and Creator/NetworkTen in Australia for a total of 26 episodes over a single season, but reruns popped up on Creator/{{Qubo}} in the United States in 2014. The show also had a made-for-TV prequel movie called ''Dex Hamilton: Fire and Ice''.

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A 2008 Australian-Canadian animated series co-produced between Canada's March Entertainment (also known for ''WesternAnimation/CillyBeach'' and ''WesternAnimation/YamRoll'') and Australia's SLR Productions, ''Dex Hamilton: Alien Entomologist'' was the brainchild of Matthew Fernandes (who would later found Industrial Brothers, the studio behind such shows as ''WesternAnimation/{{Dot}}'', ''WesternAnimation/TopWing'', and ''WesternAnimation/RemyAndBoo''). The series originally ran on Creator/{{CBC}} in Canada and Creator/NetworkTen in Australia for a total of 26 episodes over a single season, but reruns popped up on Creator/{{Qubo}} in the United States in 2014. The show also had a made-for-TV prequel movie called ''Dex Hamilton: Fire and Ice''.


A 2008 Australian-Canadian animated series co-produced between Canada's March Entertainment and Australia's SLR Productions, ''Dex Hamilton: Alien Entomologist'' was the brainchild of Matthew Fernandes. The series originally ran on Creator/{{CBC}} in Canada and Creator/NetworkTen in Australia for a total of 26 episodes over a single season, but reruns popped up on Creator/{{Qubo}} in the United States in 2014. The show also had a made-for-TV prequel movie called ''Dex Hamilton: Fire and Ice''.

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A 2008 Australian-Canadian animated series co-produced between Canada's March Entertainment and Australia's SLR Productions, ''Dex Hamilton: Alien Entomologist'' was the brainchild of Matthew Fernandes.Fernandes (who would later found Industrial Brothers, the studio behind such shows as ''WesternAnimation/{{Dot}}'', ''WesternAnimation/TopWing'', and ''WesternAnimation/RemyAndBoo''). The series originally ran on Creator/{{CBC}} in Canada and Creator/NetworkTen in Australia for a total of 26 episodes over a single season, but reruns popped up on Creator/{{Qubo}} in the United States in 2014. The show also had a made-for-TV prequel movie called ''Dex Hamilton: Fire and Ice''.


Enter Dex Hamilton, an Australian-accented intergalactic insect expert with an unmatched passion for all the creepy-crawly creatures of the universe. With the help of a team of offbeat characters (including a human-insect hybrid named Zap Monogan, a cloned WrenchWench named Jenny Ten, and a frog-like alien named Tung), Dex Hamilton is dedicated to keeping Earth safe while also protecting and studying the extraterrestrial arthropods he encounters by placing the bugs in a unique sanctuary called The Habitat. However, things are complicated by a mysterious and sinister figure known as Syrrus, who is capturing and genetically modifying these same insects to create living weapons and wreak destruction throughout the galaxy.

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Enter Dex Hamilton, Hamilton (voiced by Creator/DwayneHill), an Australian-accented intergalactic insect expert with an unmatched passion for all the creepy-crawly creatures of the universe. With the help of a team of offbeat characters (including a human-insect hybrid named Zap Monogan, Monogan (Creator/LyonSmith), a cloned WrenchWench named Jenny Ten, Ten (Creator/StephanieAnneMills), and a frog-like alien named Tung), Tung (Creator/CarterHayden)), Dex Hamilton is dedicated to keeping Earth safe while also protecting and studying the extraterrestrial arthropods he encounters by placing the bugs in a unique sanctuary called The Habitat. However, things are complicated by a mysterious and sinister figure known as Syrrus, [[BigBad Syrrus]] (Creator/DanChameroy), who is capturing and genetically modifying these same insects to create living weapons and wreak destruction throughout the galaxy.


Enter Dex Hamilton, an Australian-accented intergalactic insect expert with an unmatched passion for all the creepy-crawly creatures of the universe. With the help of a team of offbeat characters (including a human-insect hybrid named Zap Monogan, a cloned WrenchWench named Jenny Ten, and a frog-like alien named Tung), Dex Hamilton is dedicated to keeping Earth from while protecting and studying the extraterrestrial arthropods he encounters by placing the bugs in a unique sanctuary called The Habitat. However, things are complicated by a mysterious and sinister figure known as Syrrus, who is capturing and genetically modifying these same insects to create living weapons and wreak destruction throughout the galaxy.

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Enter Dex Hamilton, an Australian-accented intergalactic insect expert with an unmatched passion for all the creepy-crawly creatures of the universe. With the help of a team of offbeat characters (including a human-insect hybrid named Zap Monogan, a cloned WrenchWench named Jenny Ten, and a frog-like alien named Tung), Dex Hamilton is dedicated to keeping Earth from safe while also protecting and studying the extraterrestrial arthropods he encounters by placing the bugs in a unique sanctuary called The Habitat. However, things are complicated by a mysterious and sinister figure known as Syrrus, who is capturing and genetically modifying these same insects to create living weapons and wreak destruction throughout the galaxy.


In the year 3000, the planet Earth has become overrun by alien insects. A dangerous rift between man and nature has begun, and the new world government is helpless to stop these powerful creatures. Enter Dex Hamilton, alien entomologist and leader of a team of offbeat characters who are dedicated to keeping the Earth safe while preserving these bizarre insects in his unique sanctuary.

''Dex Hamilton: Alien Entomologist'' is a 2008 children's animated television program that is an international co-production between March Entertainment and SLR Productions in Canada and Australia.

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In the year 3000, the planet Earth has become overrun by alien insects. A species of insects coming in all shapes and sizes. With the world's government being completely unable to deal with these often strange and deadly creatures, a dangerous rift between man humanity and nature has begun, and the new world government is helpless begun to stop these powerful creatures. appear.

Enter Dex Hamilton, alien entomologist and leader an Australian-accented intergalactic insect expert with an unmatched passion for all the creepy-crawly creatures of the universe. With the help of a team of offbeat characters who are (including a human-insect hybrid named Zap Monogan, a cloned WrenchWench named Jenny Ten, and a frog-like alien named Tung), Dex Hamilton is dedicated to keeping the Earth safe from while preserving protecting and studying the extraterrestrial arthropods he encounters by placing the bugs in a unique sanctuary called The Habitat. However, things are complicated by a mysterious and sinister figure known as Syrrus, who is capturing and genetically modifying these bizarre same insects in his unique sanctuary.

to create living weapons and wreak destruction throughout the galaxy.

A 2008 Australian-Canadian animated series co-produced between Canada's March Entertainment and Australia's SLR Productions,
''Dex Hamilton: Alien Entomologist'' is a 2008 children's animated television program that is an international co-production between March Entertainment and SLR Productions was the brainchild of Matthew Fernandes. The series originally ran on Creator/{{CBC}} in Canada and Australia.
Creator/NetworkTen in Australia for a total of 26 episodes over a single season, but reruns popped up on Creator/{{Qubo}} in the United States in 2014. The show also had a made-for-TV prequel movie called ''Dex Hamilton: Fire and Ice''.

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* FrogMen: Tung is a relatively [[HumanAliens humanoid]] example, but we know from seeing other members of his species that he [[MetamorphosisMonster will look]] significantly more froggy when he grows up.


* FriendToBugs: Dex is a friend to anything that can remotely be called an insect. The more disgusting or dangerous it is, the more he'll wax rhapsodic about how gorgeous it is.

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* FriendToBugs: Dex is a friend to anything that can remotely be called an insect. The more [[NightmareFetishist disgusting or dangerous dangerous]] it is, the more he'll wax rhapsodic about how gorgeous it is.


''Dex Hamilton: Alien Entomologist'' is a children's animated television program that is an international co-production between March Entertainment and SLR Productions in Canada and Australia.

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''Dex Hamilton: Alien Entomologist'' is a 2008 children's animated television program that is an international co-production between March Entertainment and SLR Productions in Canada and Australia.

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* InsectoidAliens: Dex has devoted his life to studying alien insect species, some of which are sentient.

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