The Ren and Stimpy Show - Netflix

The show revolves around the lives of an angry, insane chihuahua named Ren Höek and his brain-dead sidekick cat, Stimpy. Together the duo have lots of bizarre and outrageous adventures accompanied by George Liquor, Mr. Horse, Powdered Toast Man, Muddy Mudskipper, Mr. and Mrs. Pipe, Mrs. Buttloaf, and Svën Höek.

The Ren and Stimpy Show - Netflix

Type: Animation

Languages: English

Status: Ended

Runtime: 25 minutes

Premier: 1991-08-11

The Ren and Stimpy Show - List of The Ren & Stimpy Show episodes - Netflix

This is a list of episodes of the animated series The Ren & Stimpy Show. The show premiered on Nickelodeon on August 11, 1991 directly following the premieres of Doug and Rugrats, and it ran for five seasons until December 16, 1995, with the finale “A Scooter for Yaksmas”. The series initially had no consistent grouping of segments into episodes; episodes and interstitial segments aired out of production order, some episodes and interstitials were produced for one season and aired in another, and two episodes, “Man's Best Friend” and “Sammy and Me / The Last Temptation”, did not air in the series' original run at all. “Man's Best Friend” aired on the Ren & Stimpy Adult Party Cartoon for Spike in 2003 alongside the uncut show's pilot, “Big House Blues”. “Sammy and Me / The Last Temptation” aired on October 20, 1996 on MTV. The first list is ordered according to the original television air date, and a second list provides the episode order according to the DVD releases, which groups the cartoons into 52 episodes. The list does not include episodes from the spin-off Ren & Stimpy “Adult Party Cartoon”.

The Ren and Stimpy Show - Differences from aired episodes - Netflix

The First and Second Seasons: “Ren's Toothache” (Ren and Stimpy saying goodnight to each other, some of Stimpy brushing his teeth, Stimpy spitting into a jar to add to his collection and flossing afterwards, and part of Ren grinding his teeth while sleeping are all missing), “Haunted House” (bloody head fairy scene is missing), “Big Baby Scam” (a closeup of Ren getting scratched on Mr Pipe's stubble is missing; Old Man Hunger whistling to Ren and Stimpy is missing), “Out West” (the line “Ya'll bring the kids down, ya hear?” is missing), “The Cat That Laid the Golden Hairball” (Stimpy licking the hair off his stomach and some hairball production is missing), and “Son of Stimpy” (footage of Stimpy staring at the ceiling in bed and the scene when Ren places a Christmas present next to Stimpy's portrait is missing). Seasons Three and a Half-ish: “Stimpy's Cartoon Show” (the scenes when Stimpy punches out, and it turns day super fast, Ren on the phone montage, and Ren cutting the film are missing), “Jimminy Lummox” (the scenes when Ren pranks Stimpy while watching TV and in the bath are missing), “Bass Masters” (the scene with Ren and Stimpy putting their belongings in the boat and the scene where fish slurp chum with straws is missing), “Ren's Retirement” (a short scene with Stimpy telling Ren they have 17 holes to go is missing), “Road Apples” (the scene with Ren getting eaten by a vulture, Ren and Mr. Pipe screaming in agony in the shower, the story about the phantom, and the entire scene with Wilbur Cobb are all missing), the “Flod” bumper (a boy stealing Flod from a girl is missing), “Eat My Cookies” (the scene where Ren and Stimpy fall on jagged rocks is missing), “Ren's Bitter Half” (a short scene of Stimpy asking indifferent Ren if he would be mean is missing), “House of Next Tuesday” (the scene where a whale vomits up plankton is missing), “A Friend in Your Face” (2 seconds of the grand opening of a hotel in Ren's head is missing), “Magical Golden Singing Cheeses” (a few scenes from the idiot contest are missing), “A Hard Day's Luck” (Haggis McHaggis's test of generosity is missing), “Prehistoric Stimpy” (the scene with Stimpy picking apart Wilbur Cobb's facial features and mocking him along with swimming dinosaurs is missing), “Farm Hands” (a scene of Ren asking Abner and Ewalt how to eat without teeth is missing), “I Love Chicken” (Stimpy feeding Ren corned stuffing and giblets is missing; Stimpy's dialogue with the football is missing), “Powdered Toast Man vs. Waffle Woman” (a portion of the scene when Waffle Woman challenges Powdered Toast Man via TV is missing), “It's a Dog's Life” (a portion of the priest reading from Thessalonians is missing), and “Egg Yölkeo” (a camera panning right to Renwaldo's home, a scene of Egg Yölkeo driving a car, and Renwaldo rocking the fridge are all missing). One bumper, “Chicken in a Drawer”, was excised entirely. Season Five and Some More of Four: “Galoot Wranglers” (a brief scene of the galoots reacting to Stimpy's cattle call is missing), “Ren Needs Help!” (footage of Ren jumping into the garbage disposal, the hospital staff taking the Moose chair and Stimpy correcting them, the scene when Ren asks the yak where the doctor is and Dr. Sloth climbing out of a hole, “Ahem.”, Ren's disappointed face in getting creamed corn, and the scene when Stimpy visits Ren with the baby are all missing), “Travelogue” (the Ol' Facefull scene is missing), “Feud for Sale” (the scene with Ewalt stealing his grandfather's retirement funds, the scene with the elephant squeezing Abner off of its butt, a portion of the salesman describing Ewalt during Abner's rage, and the pan out of Abner and Ewalt shaking hands are all missing), “Bellhops” (the scene where Ren and Stimpy make a mess of a hotel room is missing), “Who's Stupid Now?” (the milkshake scene is not only shortened, but the Reservoir Dogs reference is missing too; Ren's prologue before the title credits is also missing), “Pen Pals” (Ren asking the security guard if he gives up and a white flag is given is missing), “Big Flakes” (the scene where Ren eats a piece of a calendar is missing), “Reverend Jack Cheese” (the ceremony in the van is missing), “Sammy and Me” (a short scene before Ren reads Stimpy's story is missing), and “The Last Temptation of Ren” (a portion of Stimpy making Ren's oatmeal, footage of Ren mowing his lawn, and the pool party scene are missing).

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