The Ren & Stimpy Show (1991–1996)
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Jerry the Bellybutton Elf/Road Apples 

Stimpy becomes so obsessed with playing with his belly button that ends up inside of it; Ren and Stinpy pretend to be roadkill in the desert.

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Jerry the Belly Button Elf (voice)
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George Liquor (voice)
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Ren Höek / Stimpson J. Cat (voice)
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Stimpy falls in love with his wonderful belly button and all the fantastic noises it makes. A voice calls him from his belly button and tells him that he can crawl in. Here he meets Jerry the Belly Button Elf, who puts him to work as a domestic servant. Written by Anonymous

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Animation | Comedy

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9 April 1994 (USA)  »

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Trivia

The version of this episode on the Paramount DVD set omits two scenes from "Road Apples": Ren informing a vulture that it can stop eating him is missing, and the entire sequence where Mr. Pipe tells a scary story and Wilbur Cobb bunks with Ren and Stimpy is also missing. See more »

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Wilbur J. Cobb: Now back in the old days, a producer was king! Don't get me wrong; I've worked with the best actors in showbiz, ha ha ha! Clark Gable, dumb ears, I said, "That's no good! Get a moustache, you got no lip! You keep spittin' on the other actors!", and Jimmy Cagney, a dwarf, "Put a box under him", I said, and... and, and, uh, Mae West, heck of a nice guy, I tell ya. I don't remember one from another, but I had 'em all.
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Music by Hubert Clifford
[plays in "Road Apples"]
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