Convinced that wrestling is all an act, Mad Dog Höek (Ren) and Killer Kodoogan (Stimpy) are thrown into the wrestling ring for a bout against the enormous Lout Brothers, Lump and Loaf. Next, we see the Ren and Stimpy spend "the next twelve minutes" inside a mansion haunted by a shy, depressed and thoroughly non-scary Casper-like ghost. Written by
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In Haunted House, in the scene with the "Bloody Hair Fairy", Spumco wanted to have George Liquor as the fairy. Nicklodeon demanded the fairy look like someone else because of their dislike of the character. So Spumco decided to mock this demand by making the fairy a caricature of Doug Funnie from Nickelodeon's then other hit show, Doug. The reason Doug was used was because the Spumco artists found the character bland and "nice" to the network's liking. See more
In "Mad Dog Hoek", after Ren and Stimpy win the match, and Stimpy goes on his insane rant, he says "I like his autograph! It is a nice picture!" The term autograph refers to a signature, not a picture. Stimpy should have said "photograph." (Possibly deliberate since Stimpy is clearly a moron.) See more
Stimpson J. Cat
This looks a great place to kill twelve minutes.
Wiegenlied, Op. 49, No. 4
aka "Brahms' Lullaby"
Music by Johannes Brahms
Arranged by Les Peel (i.e. Charlotte Georg
[Plays in "Haunted House"] See more