Poetic Injustice (Dexter's Laboratory)
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Dexter falls in love with a new girl at his school, but he can't win her heart until Dee Dee helps him with poetry.
Why It's A Romantic Love (until it Breaks Up)
- The start was very nice, with Dexter falling in love with a girl behind him when noticing that she has a book, too and very long hair and him, Dee Dee and the other students coming in and out of school.
- That "in love" look Dexter does at the start and when getting kissed by Mary Weather is very affectionate.
- The title card music is serene and beautiful.
- Dee Dee is actually helpful here, as she gives Dexter some advice on how to win the love of a woman by writing a poem that expresses his love.
- Speaking of which, Dexter reading out the poem about how much he loves Mary Weather is great to watch, along with the montage of Dexter winning his true love.
- Watching a bus fly to space when Dexter falls in love is very impressive.
- While Dexter insulted Dee Dee when sitting with Mary Weather, it's actually understandable when comparing her actions to the previous & next episodes.
The Only Bad Quality
- Mediocre ending: When Dexter "insulted" Dee Dee, she got back at him by writing mean things about Mary Weather - resulting with the bus crashing to the ground, and Mary slapping Dexter to the window.
- The episode title is a reference to the 1993 film, "Poetic Justice". On top of that, it's also a definition in the dictionary.