The Ren & Stimpy Show (1991–1996)
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Jiminy Lummox/Bass Masters 

Stimpy tries to remedy Ren's nasty behavior by introducing him to his conscience. Ren's conscience is played by the great guitar playing oaf, Jiminy Lummox.


Bob Camp, Ron Hughart


Bob Camp (story), Jim Gomez (story) | 9 more credits »


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Episode complete credited cast:
Billy West ... Ren Höek / Stimpy (voice)
Bob Camp Bob Camp ... (voice)
Jack Carter ... (voice)
Stan Freberg ... Jimminy Lummox (voice)
Harris Peet ... (voice)


Stimpy tries to remedy Ren's nasty behavior by introducing him to his conscience. Ren's conscience is played by the great guitar playing oaf, Jiminy Lummox.

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19 February 1994 (USA) See more »

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The version of this episode on the Paramount DVD set omits two scenes from "Jiminy Lummox": Ren sticking a tack (and soon after, explosives) on Stimpy's chair is missing, as is Ren dumping crabs into Stimpy's bath. See more »


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Danse Macabre
Music by Camille Saint-Saëns
[Plays in "Jiminy Lummox"]
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A Fat Fairy And A Fly Fisherman
29 June 2011 | by GuardiaSee all my reviews

Ren's bout of sociopathic behavior manifests itself in a run of prank calls and practical jokes. His anti-social actions need curbing, and so we are introduced to Jiminy Lummox. This guardian over Ren's actions is a play on Jiminy Cricket (duh), but instead of the cute, green insect companion, we are shown a massive, floating, dim-witted ukulele-playing goon.

Ren must control his temper, or the violent consequences will become suddenly apparent. This episode makes a few good gags (the bizarre advice the lummox gives after each whack), but there isn't much development with the idea, and the animation has looked better on the reaction shots of Ren, I must note. But, have yo9u ever wanted to see how an oven-ready chicken would react to a joke call? This episode can probably help you.

Bass Masters sees Ren as a master fly-fisherman, with Stimpy as his frustratingly (to Ren) talented assistant. The real stars of this episode are the fish themselves. They aren't mindless drones to be plucked from the water at leisure, they are talkative and curious. Watch as they snack on chum and cracker-jacks, and as they join Stimpy for a rub-down.

Wilbur Cobb joins the pair after an unexplained jail-break. As to why he is featured in this episode I have not yet determined, but he's harmless enough, and his inane rants are strangely absent(?). In the end, this episode gives a few good laughs (the traveling salesman bass is great) but the direction of the plot is lost once they hit the water. Fishing becomes secondary, and pleasing the local head fish seems to be the sudden priority. Role reversal (the hunter becomes the hunted) finishes off this aquatic animation pretty neatly too.

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