Dexter’s sister Dee Dee wants to catch a neighborhood criminal, when her Asian friend Lee Lee calls Dee Dee and her black friend Mee Mee to the window of Dee Dee, Mee Mee and Lee Lee’s treehouse—when the three ethnic girls sees an Indricothere—or a giant long necked hornless rhino that is the largest land-based prehistoric mammal to ever walk the earth (much bigger than today’s elephants!), if you will—plodding towards their treehouse!
The Dexter’s Lab clip is from G.I.R.L. Squad, the Indricothere clip is from Walking with Beasts: Land of Giants, and the music is from James Cameron’s Avatar.
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Although these two large carnivorous dinosaurs actually lived in two separate continents and two separate parts of the Cretaceous time period…
There is no doubt that Jurassic Park III would forever be remembered for this scene.
Like I’ve said, The Tyrannosaurus Rex’s losing battle with the Spinosaurus Aegyptiacus might or would be forever remembered as Jurassic Park III’s most memorable scene or sequence.
That is all.
Here is Samurai Jack’s Mother from the end of Samurai Jack: The Birth of Evil—albeit in a special image that is too big to be shown in anything but… WIDESCREEEEEEEEEEEEN!
You know what the night wind sees…
You know what the little lamb hears…
You know what the shepherd boy knew about…
You know what the mighty king is trying to say to the people everywhere from his palace…
Here is Vanessa Williams’ rendition of Do you hear what I hear (complete with an African-like chant as the shepherd boy heads to the mighty king’s palace).
I know both Cartoon Network characters (Dexter’s Laboratory’s Lee Lee and The Powerpuff Girls’ Buttercup) have similar hairstyles, but I was always rooting for Dee Dee’s friend Lee Lee to strike the final killing blow against the evil Mandark and ending up as the true savior of an alternate world inhabited by dinosaurs, cartoons and humans, from the evil of Mandark.
At least for my twelve-part epic vision for the Dexter’s Laboratory-style and Samurai Jack-style cartoon characters, that is, Dexter’s Odyssey (which might involve Dexter’s Laboratory-style and/or Samurai Jack-style cartoon characters, real human beings, dinosaurs, samurai warriors, even epic battles to boot).
I have to tell you something.
We all know that Dexter’s Laboratory is a hilarious and zany and wacky parody comedy of a mid-to-late 1990s children’s cartoon, but you have never heard this:
That I, Timothy McKenzie, have a far richer, far more sophisticated, and far more epic vision of characters from Dexter’s Laboratory like you, Dexter, your pals Mee Mee and Lee Lee, as well as your brother Dexter’s rival Mandark.
And so, in the twelve parts or less that may constitute the one single epic story that is Dexter’s Odyssey, which is my live action/animated epic Dexter’s Laboratory cartoon characters n’ dinosaurs fantasy, you, your brother Dexter, and your pals Lee Lee and Mee Mee might embark on an epic quest through a world inhabited by cartoon characters like you, live human beings, and living dinosaurs, in order to stop Mandark from enslaving that world.
So, what do you think of that, Dee Dee?
We all know Dexter’s Laboratory is usually wacky parody and comedic to boot, but I have a far richer, far more sophisticated, and far more epic vision for Dexter’s Laboratory’s characters such as Dexter, Dee Dee, her friends Mee Mee and Lee Lee as well as Dexter’s rival Mandark…
So expect an epic tone (or at least a tonal shift from a zany comedic tone to a sweeping epic tone) when I might finally bring the Dexter’s Lab characters to the big screen with Dexter’s Odyssey.
As for my planned live action/animated Dexter’s Laboratory cartoon characters n’ dinosaurs fantasy, Dexter’s Odyssey, it might do a genre shift.
Dexter’s Odyssey might start out as a wacky comedy just like the old gold Genndy Tartakovsky original Dexter’s Laboratory cartoons in the first half hour or the first third or so, perhaps, but once Dee Dee’s friend Lee Lee got into a fight with Dexter’s rival Mandark during Dee Dee’s birthday party, which led to Dexter, Dee Dee, Mee Mee and Lee Lee embarking on their epic quest to stop Mandark from enslaving their world, Dexter’s Odyssey might turn into a sweeping epic involving dinosaurs, cartoon characters and live human beings as well as epic battles and so on.
That will be Dexter’s Odyssey’s genre shift.
C’MON LITTLE GUY!!
SHOW ‘ER WHAT YOU’VE GOT!!!
Look out, Dexter, Boy Genius!
A vulture is watching you!