Controversial Trivia of Cartoon Characters
This thickaccented little science prodigy is a marvelous gift for children by Genndy Tartakovsky for Cartoon Network. The same fellow that Star Wars creator George Lucas hired to direct Star Wars: Clone Wars. After it premiered on April 28, 1996 by 1999 it has telecast 52 episodes including a television movie. This concoction of tech and science for kids was not always as decent as it apparently seems. The fact is that Dexters Rude Removalis the name of the episode which Cartoon Network refused to air due to the characters swearing. Later, Cartoon Networks late night program, Adult Swim, eventually uploaded it on YouTube and got 500,000 views within 24 hours. Later, Dial M for Monkey: Barbequorepisode featured Silver Spooner, a spoof of the Silver Surfer from Marvel Universe, which was perceived by Cartoon Network as a stereotype of gay men. In Nuclear Confusionepisode, while Dexter searched for the third clue by Dee Dee and went to Neighbor Ladys house, that lady bent over to pick up a cookie she dropped onto the floor and he sees ?Dads Trophy written across her buttocks on those purple pants.