The Ren & Stimpy Show (1991–1996)
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Ren's Pecs/An Abe Divided 

The first half of this episode sees Ren, after a humiliating experience at the beach, electing to have some pectoral implants. Can Stimpy, his kind donor, keep up with Ren's new lifestyle? ... See full summary »

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Bob Camp ...
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The first half of this episode sees Ren, after a humiliating experience at the beach, electing to have some pectoral implants. Can Stimpy, his kind donor, keep up with Ren's new lifestyle? Next, the two respond to a job vacancy guarding the Lincoln memorial. Will they succeed, while under the watchful eye of a transvestite Army Officer, in finding a mythical treasure hidden inside the very statue they guard? Written by Guardia

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18 December 1993 (USA)  »

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This was the episode featured in Clueless (1995) See more »

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Battle Hymn of the Republic (a)
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Music by William Steffe
Arranged by Graham de Wilde
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"Statue" of Liberties...
15 November 2007 | by (Brisbane, Australia.) – See all my reviews

This episode seemed a little off the mark. In "Ren's Pecs", we see Ren humiliated in public, which then motivates him to increase his physical size - well, mainly his pectorals. A public humiliation in front of some girls motivated him to make this implant happen. And, in what I believe to be Charles Globes first appearance, Ren is persuaded right there and then by this strange sea-dwelling character to go ahead with the operation.

Where Ren gets the extra "tissue" from his implant is humorous, but this joke is milked to the limit. Also, the hospitals scenes really could of been funnier (although they were gruesome enough).

"An Abe Divided" really didn't come through with much success. We see the two on guard duty at a Lincoln-esqe memorial. Does hilarity ensue? No, not really. Of course, they mess everything up by pursuing a rumour that there is treasure buried in the statue's skull. There are so-so laughs here, (although how they try to cover their tracks is probably the best laugh). Of course, the cross-dressing Army seargant who gives them the work is a welcome addition, but it doesn't quite get this episode up and running...


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