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The Ren and Stimpy Show
[[File:The logo of the Ren and Stimpy title card|300px]]
The Ren and Stimpy logo

Aired

1990-1996

Chronology

Ren and Stimpy: Adult Party Cartoon (2003)

Creator

John Kricfalusi

Crew

(unavailable)

First episode

Big House Blues

Last episode

A Scooter for Yaksmas

Voice cast

Billy West
Harris Peet
John Kricfalusi
Cheryl Chase
Bob Camp

The Ren and Stimpy Show is a TV Show


Broadcast HistoryEdit

UK And Ireland

Canada

EpisodesEdit

Season Pilot

Big House Blues 1990

Season 1

Stimpy's Big Day 1991

The Big Shot 1991

Robin Hoek 1991

Nurse Stimpy 1991

Space Madness 1991

The Boy Who Cried Rat 1991

Fire Dogs 1991

The Littlest Giant 1991

Marooned 1991

Untamed World 1991

Black Hole 1992

Stimpy's Invention 1992

Season 2

Man's Best Friend 1992

In the Army 1992

Powered Toast Man 1992

Ren's Toothpaste 1992

Out West 1992

Rubber Nipple Salesman 1992

Sven Hoek 1992

Man Dog Hoek 1992

Haunted House 1992

Big Baby Scam 1992

Dog Show 1992

Son of Stimpy 1993 (MTV premiere)

Monkey See Monkey Don't 1993

Fake Dad 1993

The Great Outdoors 1993

The Cat That Laid the Golden Hairball 1993

Stimpy's Fan Club 1993

A Visit to Anthony 1993

The Royal Canadian Kilted Yaksman 1993

Season 3

To Salve and Salve Not 1993

A Yard Too Far 1993

Circus Midgets 1993

No Pants Today 1993

Ren's Pecs 1993

An Abe Divided 1993

Stimpy's Cartoon Show 1993

Lair of the Lummox 1994

Jimminy Lummox 1994

Bassmasters 1994

Ren's Retirement 1994

Jerry the Bellybutton Elf 1994

Road Apples 1994

Hard Times for Haggis 1994

Eat My Cookies 1994

Ren's Bitter Half 1994

Season 4

Hermit Ren 1994

House of Next Tuesday 1994

A Friend in Your Face! 1994

Blazing Entrails 1994

Lumber Jerks 1994

Prehistoric Stimpy 1994

Farm Hands 1994

Magical Golden Singing Cheeses 1994

A Hard Day's Luck 1994

I Love Chicken 1994

Powered Toast Man vs. Waffle Woman 1994

It's a Dog's Life 1994

Egg Yolkeo 1994

Double Header 1995

The Scotsman in Space 1995

Pixie King 1995

Aloha Hoek 1995

Isomniac Ren 1995

My Shiny Friend 1995

Cheese Rush Days 1995

Wiener Barons 1995

Galoot Wranglers 1995

Ren Needs Help! 1995

Supersititous Stimpy 1995

Travelougue 1995

Season 5

Ol Blue Nose 1996

Stupid Sidekick Union 1996

Space Dogged 1996

Feud for Sale 1996

Hair of the Cat 1996

City Hicks 1996

Stimpy's Pet 1996

Ren's Brain 1996

Bell Hops 1996

Dog Tags 1996

I Was a Teenage Stimpy 1996

Who's Stupid Now 1996

School Mates 1996

Dinner Party 1996

Sammy and Me 1996 (MTV)

Big Flakes 1996

Terminal Stimpy 1996

Pen Pals 1996

The Last Temptation 1996 (MTV)

Reverend Jack 1996

A Scooter for Yaksmas 1996

Ren and Stimpy Adult Party Cartoon

Onward and Upward 2003

Ren Seeks Help 2003

Fire Dogs 2: Part One 2003

Fire Dogs 2: Part Two 2003

Naked Beach Frenzy (originally titled At the Beach) 2003

Altruists: Part One 2003

Altruists: Part Two 2003

Stimpy's Pregnant: Part One 2003

Stimpy's Pregnant Part Two: The Blessed Event 2003

Man's Best Friend was originally to be aired in the second season but the episode was banned on Nickelodeon and had not been aired until Ren and Stimpy Adult Party Cartoon series but this episode in general is not counted as one of the three episodes from the series in the U.S.

Naked Bech Frenzy Altruists (parts one and two) and Stimpy's Pregnant (parts one and two) were not aired on television in the United States (although Onward and Upward Ren Seeks Help and Fire Dogs 2 (parts one and two) were but are finished episodes released on The Ren and Stimpy: The Lost Episodes (a collection of the episodes of Ren and Stimpy Adult Party Cartoon) DVD set. Despite this the complete series aired on various network in other countries.

DVD Releases

The Complete First and Second Seasons 2004

Seasons Three and a Half-ish 2005

Season Five and Some of Four 2005

The Lost Episodes 2006

ParodiesEdit

  • In 1993 Parody Press Comics produced a one-shot comic book entitled Rank and Stinky No 1 it starred a rabbit named Rank Hoax and a rat named Stinky who looked almost identical to Ren and Stimpy and the three stories in the book lamposed Kricfalusi and Nickelodeon's falling-out The Simpsons and consumer culture.
  • The Tiny Toon Adventures Spring Break Special features a scene in which parody versions of Ren and Stimpy (a rooster and squirrel conicidentally named Rank and Stinky) try to hide a ride with the Tiny Toons. The same episode also featured parodies of Beavis and Butt-head (Beaver and Big-head). John Kassir voiced Rank and Jess Harnell voiced Stinky.
  • Ren and Stimpy was parodied on The Simpsons twice in its fourth season. In the episode Brother from the Same Planet a 15 clip is shown where Ren starts sampling some of Stimpy's soup which turns out to be hairballs and stomach acid. After Ren yells at Stimpy saying that he is trying to kill him Ren's eyeballs pop out spin a few times and exploded goo. Their voices were provided by Dan Castellaneta. In the episode The Front The Ren and Stimpy Show was nominated for an animation award against The Itchy and Scratchy Show. The viewing at the awards ceremony simply read Clip not done yet a comment on the slow production time of the show. The show was mentioned again in the episode Another Simpsons Clip Show while referencing Itchy and Scratchy's habit of recycling animation to make new episodes when Bart explains that Ren and Stimpy also did that Marge replies When was the last time you heard anyone talk about Ren and Stimpy.
  • Issue #87 of the X-Factor comic book written by Peter David has Wolfsbane describing to the group's therapist (Doc Samson) a dream in which she was part of the Rahne and Stimpy show (Stimpy being the mutant Feral).

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