On their journey through space, Ren and Stimpy find that the true danger is "Space Madness", a cabin-crazy condition that Ren succumbs to. Next, in a sick tribute to classic animation, the two cook ...
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C. Martin Croker,
An intense, hyperactive chihuahua (Is there any other kind?) and a happy-go-lucky, empty-brained cat share bizarre and often repulsive adventures. Their experiences usually involve hairballs, filthy litterboxes, "magic nose goblins", sentient farts, jars of spit, outhouses, eating dirt, monkey vermin and any other imaginable disgusting substance.Written by
Michael "Rabbit" Hutchison <email@example.com>
"Dog Pound Hop", the theme song of the cartoon, was written and performed by some of the animation team at Spumco. See more »
Stimpy's Sammy Mantis disguise kit includes a "screw-on thorax" but it's clearly an abdomen. See more »
[afflicted with Space Madness and holding a bar of soap he's been chewing]
Oh, no! I know what you want! You coveteth my ice cream bar!
No you don't! You can't take it from me now!
[starts to cry]
I've had this ice cream bar since I was a child. People... always trying to take it from me... why... won't they leave me... *alone*!
[grabs a toothbrush]
Don't make me use this! One step closer, I'm warning you! Don't make me use it!
[Stimpy takes one more step]
Now you've ...
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The credits for voice actors are listed as "The Players", rather than "Voices" or "Featuring the Voices Of." See more »
Many of the "edited" episodes were restored for "Ren & Stimpy Adult Party Cartoon" (2003). There, they're labeled "digitally remastered classics." See more »
Oh my belov-ed ice cream bar! How I love to lick your creamy center!
Very sick, Very ahead of its time! The background is very camp, and reminds you of the old fifties cartoons. The same style of sets and I like when they use people but never show there faces. however this similarity stops there.
Most of the stories are clever and funny with a bit of sick humor and or gross context thrown in. The gags are mostly funny because there taken to their extreme. Like the old WB Coyote falling from the highest cliff over and over and over. Or they play out what we all would like to be doing in real life. They can even poke fun at themselves and do so often. I love them and recommend them to anyone with a good sense of humor, but they are not what I would show my kids.
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