History YMMV / TheRenAndStimpyShow

24th May '16 8:26:01 PM Kahran042
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* GeniusBonus / TruthInTelevision: In "Fire Dogs", Stimpy puts out the building fire with kitty litter; in real life, Kitty Litter ''is'' usually inflammable, since it's often made out of ground up clay.

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* GeniusBonus / TruthInTelevision: In "Fire Dogs", Stimpy puts out the building fire with kitty litter; in real life, Kitty Litter ''is'' usually inflammable, nonflammable, since it's often made out of ground up clay.
30th Mar '16 8:18:59 PM DinoJungle
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** Ren gets angry [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oCa7tKiCMN4]]
27th Mar '16 8:12:33 AM MattBoo
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* BaseBreaker: George Liquor (American) is by far the most polarizing character of the show. He's either, while very disciplinary, an entertaining foil to Ren and Stimpy, or he's a harsh, unlikable asshole who puts Ren and Stimpy through hell to get them where he wants them to be. The fact that he's John K.'s CreatorsPet nowadays doesn't help matters.
25th Feb '16 5:56:50 PM thetoonamirose
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* BrokenBase: "Ren Seeks Help." It's either the strongest episode in the Adult Party Cartoon series, or its most ghastly; the point of contention lies within its scenes of graphic animal cruelty.

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* BrokenBase: "Ren BrokenBase:
**"Ren
Seeks Help." It's either the strongest episode in the Adult Party Cartoon series, or its most ghastly; the point of contention lies within its scenes of graphic animal cruelty.cruelty.
**APC itself was either vulgar fun that gave John K. a second chance or it was the worst thing they ever done to the show.
14th Feb '16 10:10:34 PM spyro19
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* GrowingTheBeard: The show definitely got off to a good start, but the second season is universally considered a significant improvement over season 1's helter-skelter quality, and by many to be the series peak; Ren and Stimpy's personalities and voice work are more fleshed out, the drawings, animation quality and background art are much better (especially the episodes animated by Carbunkle) and the cartoons became much better in story structure, humor and pacing. Even the heavily contested Adult Party continued raising the bar higher; it had some of the [[AnimationBump most ambitious animation ever made in a western made-for-tv cartoon]]-- the drawings and animation blow anything from the original series out of the water, the background art shirted from heavy stylization to a more naturalistic look and more in line with the painters personal styles , and the tone, characterization and acting (especially in episodes like "Ren Seeks Help") go further than even the standard set by the season 2 episodes.

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* GrowingTheBeard: The show definitely got off to a good start, but the second season is universally considered a significant improvement over season 1's helter-skelter quality, and by many to be the series peak; Ren and Stimpy's personalities and voice work are more fleshed out, the drawings, animation quality and background art are much better (especially the episodes animated by Carbunkle) and the cartoons became much better in story structure, humor and pacing. Even the heavily contested Adult Party continued raising the bar higher; it had some of the [[AnimationBump most ambitious animation ever made in a western made-for-tv cartoon]]-- the drawings and animation blow anything from the original series out of the water, the background art shirted from heavy stylization to a more naturalistic look and more in line with the painters personal styles , and the tone, characterization and acting (especially in episodes like "Ren Seeks Help") go further than even the standard set by the season 2 episodes.
5th Jan '16 5:21:46 PM erracht
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* BigLippedAlligatorMoment: The Royal Anthem of the Canadian Kilted Yaksmen.
26th Dec '15 2:16:37 PM Prinzenick
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** After the name of the villains from [[Film/StarWarsEpisodeVIITheForceAwakens The Force Awakens]] was revealed to be "The Knights of Ren", it immediately spawned memes mixing Star Wars and Ren and Stimpy together, including names like "The Knights of Ren Hoek" or "The Knights of Stimpy".

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** After the name of the villains from [[Film/StarWarsEpisodeVIITheForceAwakens [[Film/TheForceAwakens The Force Awakens]] was revealed to be "The Knights of Ren", it immediately spawned memes mixing Star Wars and Ren and Stimpy together, including names like "The Knights of Ren Hoek" or "The Knights of Stimpy".
26th Dec '15 2:16:05 PM Prinzenick
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** After the name of the villains from [[Film/StarWarsEpisodeVIITheForceAwakens The Force Awakens]] was revealed to be "The Knights of Ren", it immediately spawned memes mixing Star Wars and Ren and Stimpy together, including names like "The Knights of Ren Hoek" or "The Knights of Stimpy".
7th Dec '15 9:26:30 AM MattBoo
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* HeReallyCanAct: How can you go wrong when the two leads are voiced by Creator/JohnKricfalusi and Creator/BillyWest? (And eventually [[TalkingToHimself just West?]]) While Kricfalusi isn't well-known for his voice acting, he turns in a few genuinely terrifying performances as Ren, usually when he [[FreakOut freaks out]] (see his threatening Stimpy and Sven in "Sven Hoek" and his almost Shakespearean monologue when he contemplates killing Stimpy in "Stimpy's Fan Club.") West also gets in a few great performances, particularly the insane yak in "The Royal Canadian Kilted Yaksmen." West never wanted to work with Kricfalusi again after the original Spumco episodes, but boy, did it work.
3rd Dec '15 7:45:58 PM SpideyTerry
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* HilariousInHindsight: In "The Big Shot!", one of Stimpy's lines in the Muddy Mudskipper cartoon, "I'm huntin' for a wabbit!" and "Blow me down!" Years later, Creator/BillyWest (Stimpy's voice actor) was hired to play Elmer Fudd on ''WesternAnimation/TheLooneyTunesShow'', and also briefly played the role of {{Popeye}} in the 2004 made-for tv special.

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* HilariousInHindsight: In "The Big Shot!", one of Stimpy's lines in the Muddy Mudskipper cartoon, "I'm huntin' for a wabbit!" and "Blow me down!" Years later, Creator/BillyWest (Stimpy's voice actor) was hired to play would become the primary voice actor for [[WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes Elmer Fudd on ''WesternAnimation/TheLooneyTunesShow'', and Fudd]] starting with ''Film/SpaceJam''. He also briefly played the role of voiced {{Popeye}} in the 2004 made-for tv special.TV special, ''Popeye's Voyage: The Quest for Pappy''.
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