The Ren & Stimpy Show (1991–1996)
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Magical Golden Singing Cheeses/Hard Day's Luck 

Renwaldo sends Stimpleton on a food mission to trade their last chigger for some cheese. Stimpy meets a village idiot and trades his chigger for the magical golden singing cheeses.

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Renwaldo sends Stimpleton on a food mission to trade their last chigger for some cheese. Stimpy meets a village idiot and trades his chigger for the magical golden singing cheeses.

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15 November 1994 (USA)  »

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The version of this episode on the Paramount DVD set omits two scenes: In "Magical Golden Singing Cheeses", Stimpy sticking his tongue to a frozen tree, and the jester sticking a gas nozzle in his car's tank and driving off, causing an explosion, is missing. In "A Hard Day's Luck", the "test of generosity" scene is missing. See more »

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Music by Laurie Johnson
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Mouldy Cheese? Check. Irritable Scotsman? Check.
6 June 2011 | by (Brisbane, Australia.) – See all my reviews

If the title of this cartoon doesn't interest you, you might be in an induced coma. Magical Singing Golden Cheeses are just as they are described, and it is Stimpy's job to attain them for the starving pair, (called Stimpington and Renwaldo in this episode). Originally intended as one of the few 'Stimpy's Storybook Land' episodes, this medieval tale is pretty bizarre; featuring a sado/masochistic village idiot (just how Stimpy 'outwits' him is a great sequence), a slumbering, subterranean giant, and some decaying, transforming(stinky) cheese. The gross humor (watch Stimpy ram a crow bar under a toe nail the size of a dinner plate) and ironic fairy-tale ending make this episode memorable and pretty special.

'A Hard Day's Luck' features (to the best of my knowledge) the secondary character of Haggis McHaggis. This maniacal, neck-less and miniature Scotsman has a temper that makes Ren look like Ghandi, and it is a true test of his fuse's length when he discovers a leprechaun ready to grant his wish. Irritated in concert by the leprechaun and his dribbling, lumbering manservant, McHaggis finds his emotional scale zips from 0 to 10 in milliseconds, only noticing his failings when it's too late. This episode features some excellent sight gags and reactions from McHaggis (his swollen, reddened, twitching eyeball is hilarious) as well as some great voice-acting.


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