Dexter's Laboratory: Ego Trip
Dexter's Laboratory: Ego Trip is an animated film based on the Cartoon Network animated television series Dexter's Laboratory. It was produced by Hanna-Barbera Cartoons for Cartoon Network and originally aired on December 10, 1999. The special follows Dexter, the series' protagonist, as he travels forward through time and meets futuristic versions of himself and his rival Mandark.
Originally intended to conclude the series, the film maintained successful ratings for the channel, despite mixed reviews from critics; it led to Cartoon Network reviving the show for two more seasons in 2001, which began that year and concluded in November 2003.
This is the final installment of Dexter's Laboratory to be animated using traditional cel animation, before switching to digital ink-and-paint beginning with the first episode of season 3, entitled "Streaky Clean", which aired on November 16, 2001.
- Directed and produced by Genndy Tartakovsky.
- [The Mandarks rally to stop the Dexters from getting the Neurotomic Proto-Core]
- Young Mandark: NOOO! I've always wanted the Core!
- Adult Mandark: NOOO! I stole the Core!
- Overlord Mandark: NOOO! The Core is mine!
- Mandark's Brain: NOOO! Just because I'm bitter and jealous!
- Old Man Dexter: [thundering voice from inside a tower] WHOO DARES TO DISTURB THE GREAT DEXTER WHILE HE DROPS SCIENCE UPON THE WORLD?
- Dexter: We are the Dexters of the past. We have come from the past to try to reach your all-knowing presence!
- Old Man Dexter: PRESENTS? I DIDN'T KNOW IT WAS MY BIRTHDAY? I'LL BE RIGHT DOWN!
- Christine Cavanaugh as Dexter / D22 / Old Man Dexter
- Eddie Deezen as Mandark / Executive Mandark / Overlord Mandark / Braindark
- Jeff Bennett as Action Dexter / Mandark Robot / Dad / Robot #1 / Officer 9412 (as Jeff Glen Bennett)
- Kath Soucie as Mom / Head Secretary
- Kat Cressida as Dee Dee
- Tom Kenny as Curator / Village Man / Robot #2 / Computer / Man