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Sdrawkcab (Dexter's Laboratory)

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Sdrawkcab (Dexter's Laboratory)
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"?Me' sdeen ohw, tobor diputs" ("Stupid robot, who needs 'em?")
Part of Season: 2
Episode Number: 33a
Air Date: April 1, 1998
Writer: Seth MacFarlane
Director: John McIntyre
Previous episode: Repairanoid
Next episode: The Continuum of Cartoon Fools


"Sdrawkcab" (backwards for "backwards") is the first part of the thirty-third episode in the second season of Dexter's Laboratory.

Tolp ("Plot")

Dexter invents a belt whose wearer can do anything backwards, but mayhem occurs when Dee Dee gets hold of the belt's directional switch.

Skcor Ti Yhw ("Why It Rocks")

  1. The plot is very funny and hilarious as it has Dexter trying to do everything backwards with his reverse belt.
  2. Speaking of which, even the title card is backwards here, which is pretty neat and has something to do with the episode, along with the title being "Sdrawkcab" (backwards for "backwards").
  3. The robot that helps pull the lever trigger for Dexter's reverse belt looks decent.
  4. Dexter's parents calling him out is understandable and justified - Mom for not taking out the trash, and Dad for running up the stairs.
  5. Good Ending: Although Dee Dee was the one who kept making Dexter go forward and backward by pulling the lever multiple times, she got her comeuppance with Dexter making her fall over and over - which is very satisfying.

Ytilauq Dab Ylno Eht ("The Only Bad Quality")

  1. Dee Dee is still annoying here, as she constantly makes Dexter go forwards and backwards constantly when pulling the lever multiple times.

Noitpecer ("Reception")

  • It holds a rating of 7/10 on IMDB.

Stnemmoc ("Comments")

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