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Marek Baczynski : It's pronounced La-BOH-ratory!

傭兵Cloud : They'll do Ed Edd n Eddy in the near future.

FutbolVinotinto21 : The title is wrong. He clearly never got into college.

CartoonFan18 : Will they do a fairly odd parents edition!

WeegeeSlayer : So I can't go to these colleges if I'm an introverted freak?

Juan Reyes : Currículum: Boy Genius

ChannelFrederator : Dang. Who knew this would hit so hard? Poor Dexter....

T Anime : wait till we see a skit on samurai jack

George G : For once, Robot Chicken used a classic cartoon for a skit and didn't ruin it for any childhood. Whoever wrote this skit needs to write more.

Mayuri Maydon : Fucking Extracurriculars

Anthony Robinson : *Implying Dexter actually needs a college education.*

SonicStantz : Wow, Robot Chicken actually remembered that shows other than He-Man and GI Joe exist? And they actually made a 90s parody decent? I’m thoroughly impressed.

Xelbooru : But there was an actual episode where he went to college

Anton Brave : RIP to Christine Cavanaugh (1963-2014). She was the voice of Dexter.

Antraeon Rintokken : ... I think he's actually the hero of this story.

JoobJaibot : Dexter should team up with Rick and Morty...

crazedthoughts : MIT Admissions guy: "Oh god, I cant believe some of us survived that fall. So many people died from the impact and giant shards of glass, but we might be able to pull through!" Deedee: "Lalala! *CRUNCH* Oppsie, I stepped on and crushed Dexters model of MIT. Oh well. Lalala!"

aderose : Ironically there WAS an episode where Dexter does go to college

GibusPearl : Everyday we come closer to Zen-Oh sama's light

Shanethefilmmaker : Oh my god the one time Didi actually helped him solve his problem. And it screwed her over royally.

Talha Nayyar : *this is surprisingly accurate*

guynamedjoeFTW : When 90's kids think of Dexter, it is this show. When people think of Dexter now, it is that Dexter Morgan crime drama.

Grand MasterBox : They practically work for the same company, they couldn't just ask the original voice actors to voice dexter?

Sweenz Seven : "It says here on your application Dexter that you're a straight white male."

Kaito Shura : It's sad that colleges that claim to want to give a way to a better future only focus on unnecessary crap

Darth Lazurus : I always thought Dexter was more likely to be an amoral supervillain.

Murdock The Pooch : I don’t understand why colleges seem borderline obsessed with making sure that students are involved with social clubs & programs. Like, sorry I wasn’t Neighbor of the Year, I was too busy making sure that I had the GPA to get into this overpriced echo chamber.

Mystic Melody : I feel like there’s some social commentary somewhere here

anti brony master race : I can't be the only one who expected him to shoot up the school.

FlyingDuckMan360 : Dexter looks really huge in this sketch. Perhaps he altered his size by setting that shrink ray in reverse. Also, if i recall correctly, there was an actual episode of Dexter's Laboratory where Dexter went to college.

DevilButt : Who needs school when you’re like a mini Rick Sanchez

Brad Sega : 0:09 Dexter: I was a boy genius! *Jimmy Neutron brursts to the wall* Jimmy Neutron: Excuse me?

MadeManⓋ : Why would he even want to go to college

thewittywhy gaming : See, this is why American education is failing. We're turning away geniuses because they don't want to waste their time with stuff that doesn't matter.

john hoskins : So basically Dexter's getting rid of the communist party's voting factories

Ultra 64 : And the funny thing is in the actual series, Dexter was really kicked out from a college. "Party now Study Later!"

joseph gover : Who else wants, Ed , eds n eddy and the powerpuff girls.

CN ITB : I love when Robot Chicken does stuff with Cartoon Network and Nickelodeon characters

Tannis : When the joke is actually true.

jledward1 : College is a joke at this point anyway they used to actually look for qualified individuals with actual scholarships but now they basically stripped that away and give people a few 1,000 dollar scholarships yeah that will really just pay for your books and that's it it's only about money anymore

Johnny Bravo : 😂😂😂

kenton jen : Honestly, I'm not really surprised that Yale, Harvard, and MIT would accept DeeDee since those schools no longer care for intelligence and skills anymore.

Patrick Petty : When actual qualifications are redundant via SJW society.

Flyzie TV : I'm waiting for a Steven universe skit, it's needs to happen

Grant Keller : Interesting, I don't ever comment on these cuz honestly they are usually over my head however this one I can relate to. Please bear me... (Layman's testimony) I saw this happen to lots of very smart, hardworking, kids in highschool back in the 70's. Cheated out of quality continued education over "extra curricular activities" usually sports. (as the money/scholarships revolved around sports) In those days there were only 3 stereotypes... 1. Jocks and Ra Ra's (this included cheerleaders with many variations/sub-clubs and spirit squads, and usually drama kids. 2. Brains (not nerds or any other form of put down, still an enigma, picked on, treated as weird uncool and unsocial) 3. Stoners (this was probably the unfairest and largest stereotype, most did smoke pot but anyone who didn't obviously fit 1 & 2 got tossed into this. But really didn't give a shit anyway. Hippies, smokers, artists, poets, loners, free thinkers and of coarse nonconformist (me). So extra curricular activities was sports, student body was usually a popularity contest and the kids that worked the hardest, both in school and after on being smart, dedicated and discipline in their education just got the shaft..... I saw this even back then and although I was as good (if not better) than most jocks, I always respected the brains. Probably cause I had so much more in common with them (well except being smart but wit, kindness, nonjudgmental etc.etc.) whereas most jocks were cocky, arrogant, etc.etc) anyway there was a number of times I got in trouble/fight with jocks (mainly for humiliating them with humor which led to fist) always over them picking on some Brain for nothing more than attention. I also would only pick "Brains" as teammates in PE which really pissed everyone off including coach... My response was always the same "shit coach, their the only ones I can trust" (and yes we always got our ass kicked) In closing.... I really didn't pay to much attn to all the drama but was quite surprised when approached at a 5 or 10 year reunion by a few "Brains" that recanted some incidents of my intervention on their behalf. We laughed, hugged, shook hands and made fun of the jocks who wasted the scholarships they should've received. FP; All the brains did go into higher education, they had to work a little harder, spend more time but then that's how they rolled...They never gave up which is why I think I always did admire them... Well that's what it was like in the 70's at the end of the Vietnam War at least for the smart kids without a lot of money where I lived...Sorry if I bored the shit out of ya (then again, as a nonconformist) "I don't care"... Lol

Black XV : Holy shit they're huge

Carlo Colvin : They really ripped on MIT, aka the school that doesn't care about your skills but your extracurriculars you did, aka the shit that usually doesn't matter compared to your education.

Db14 : Remember: this is why school shootings happen. Don't bully the unstable kid.

Gojiro7 : as much as im happy to see Robot Chicken mock something from my childhood for once, I think they were trying way too harder to make a social statement then say something funny which is a shame since they often can do both with ease (though often at the cost of being ham handed and direct about it)

Andoc : Good and accurate comment about the current state of higher education on the USA.