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Ren & Stimpy 'Adult Party Cartoon' 

The Chihuahua and Cat duo return for more adventures, but this time they are more adult-oriented.

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John Kricfalusi
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Cast

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John Kricfalusi ...  Ren Höek / ... 8 episodes, 2003
Eric Bauza ...  Stimpy / ... 8 episodes, 2003
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John Kricfalusi, the creator of the original Ren & Stimpy Show, is back at the helm with new adventures of Ren Höek and Stimpson J. Cat (Stimpy) in Ren & Stimpy Adult Party Cartoon, with the emphasis toward adults instead of children. These half-hour long episodes feature the duo in new situations. The original humor that made Ren & Stimpy a success is back, like flatulence jokes and gross-out gags, combined now with adult themes and situations. Written by Zoomzoom Moonchild <zmoonchild@hotmail.com>

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Billy West said in an interview that he did not wish to voice Stimpy in the Adult Party Cartoon because he believed that the series was not funny and that voicing Stimpy in it would damage his career. See more »

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[inside the homeless man's mouth, his uvula goes into Ren's ass five times. Ren wakes up, shocked, and jumps up and yells at Stimpy]
Ren Höek: Hey! WHO'S THE PITCHER, AND WHO'S THE CATCHER?
Stimpson J. "Stimpy" Cat: You're the pitcher, I'm the catcher! You're the pitcher, I'm the catcher! See?
[Stimpy points to a blackboard hanging on the side of the mouth, which reads "You're The pitcher, I'm the catcher" over and over again]
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We watched it and we laughed!
25 November 2003 | by Nosey_the_nosemanSee all my reviews

I found out about this cartoon about a week ago and I was amazed at how it got past me so easily. They don't air this cartoon where I come from but I should've at least known about it because I am a number one fan of John K and his Spumco crew. So I downloaded the first two episodes. Wow! I am so disappointed by the so-called fans who dislike this new series. The episodes are brilliantly funny in premise and hysterically funny animation wise! The first episode is just short of a masterpiece, a great send up on the cartoon that John was forced to abandon and it paves the way for the new team to fulfill their duties. This unfortunately ill recieved episode was followed up by "Ren seeks help" a grand epic that explores the twisted youth of Ren Hoek. This episode is a must see and it is filled with animation gags that most people won't even pick up. The new voice of stimpy grew on me and, while I really do like his voice, Billy West's departure was much needed. John K does a great job at doing the voice of Ren, it sounds very similar to his original work but with a great new twist that makes the character seem that much funnier. John K clearly loves to animate the torture of animals and the stupid behaviours of the creatures and I love to watch it, this is one of the things that was lost when Games took over the show way back when! But now the show is back and me and my buddy are both two happy fellows who could not stop laughing at these great episodes!


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23 June 2003 (USA) See more »

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Ren and Stimpy: The Lost Episodes See more »

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