Nearly 15 years since it put the kibosh on what would go on to become the most legendary episode of Dexter's Laboratory, Cartoon Network has finally released the foul-mouthed episode deemed too rude to air.

Genndy Tartakovsky was still at the helm when "Dexter's Rude Removal" was due to make its television debut in 1998, but the cartoon got shelved and has since been brought out only on rare occasions such as the stray Cartoon Network office party.

But a months-long effort by Tartakovsky and Adult Swim to see the show finally made available to fans has paid off, with Cartoon Network agreeing to host it on Adult Swim's own YouTube channel.

Sure it took a decade and a half to make its way to your eyeballs, but on the bright side, at least now you don't have to sneak off to your latchkey friend's house to watch it.

[H/T: Bleeding Cool]