History YMMV / TheRenAndStimpyShow

7th Aug '16 6:27:06 PM Anddrix
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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.

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* BaseBreaker: BaseBreakingCharacter: 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.
24th Jul '16 6:19:44 AM WhatArtThee
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* '''''WhatDoYouMeanItsForKids:''''' Just look up an episode. Any episode. You '''will''' be surprised when you find out that it was rated Y-7 during its airtime, while containing suicidal jokes, the use of the word crap and loosely censored "hell", racist jokes, tons of GettingCrapPastTheRadar, Ren's disturbingly realistic [[AxCrazy mental breakdowns]], [[HoYay homosexual undertones]] between the main characters, BodyHorror, loads of BlackComedy and disturbing images, among many other things. Though, this could be sort of justified, since it aired in the early 90's, the era when it wasn't completely uncommon to have heavy themes in kid shows.

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* '''''WhatDoYouMeanItsForKids:''''' Just look up an episode. Any episode. You '''will''' be surprised when you find out that it was rated Y-7 during its airtime, while containing suicidal jokes, the use of the word crap and loosely censored "hell", racist jokes, tons of GettingCrapPastTheRadar, Ren's disturbingly realistic [[AxCrazy mental breakdowns]], [[HoYay homosexual undertones]] between the main characters, BodyHorror, loads of BlackComedy and disturbing images, among many other things. Though, this could be sort of justified, since it aired in the early 90's, the era when it wasn't completely uncommon to have heavy themes in kid shows.
14th Jul '16 4:49:11 PM TheBuddy26
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* '''''[[WhatDoYouMeanItsForKids]]:''''' Just look up an episode. Any episode. You '''will''' be surprised when you find out that it was rated Y-7 during its airtime, while containing suicidal jokes, the use of the word crap and loosely censored "hell", racist jokes, tons of GettingCrapPastTheRadar, Ren's disturbingly realistic [[AxCrazy mental breakdowns]], [[HoYay homosexual undertones]] between the main characters, BodyHorror, loads of BlackComedy and disturbing images, among many other things. Though, this could be sort of justified, since it aired in the early 90's, the era when it wasn't completely uncommon to have heavy themes in kid shows.

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* '''''[[WhatDoYouMeanItsForKids]]:''''' '''''WhatDoYouMeanItsForKids:''''' Just look up an episode. Any episode. You '''will''' be surprised when you find out that it was rated Y-7 during its airtime, while containing suicidal jokes, the use of the word crap and loosely censored "hell", racist jokes, tons of GettingCrapPastTheRadar, Ren's disturbingly realistic [[AxCrazy mental breakdowns]], [[HoYay homosexual undertones]] between the main characters, BodyHorror, loads of BlackComedy and disturbing images, among many other things. Though, this could be sort of justified, since it aired in the early 90's, the era when it wasn't completely uncommon to have heavy themes in kid shows.
14th Jul '16 4:49:00 PM TheBuddy26
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* WhatDoYouMeanItsForKids: Just look up an episode. Any episode. You '''will''' be surprised when you find out that it was rated Y-7 during its airtime, while containing suicidal jokes, the use of the word crap and loosely censored "hell", racist jokes, tons of GettingCrapPastTheRadar, Ren's disturbingly realistic [[AxCrazy mental breakdowns]], [[HoYay homosexual undertones]] between the main characters, BodyHorror, loads of BlackComedy and disturbing images, among many other things. Though, this could be sort of justified, since it aired in the early 90's, the era when it wasn't completely uncommon to have heavy themes in kid shows.

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* WhatDoYouMeanItsForKids: '''''[[WhatDoYouMeanItsForKids]]:''''' Just look up an episode. Any episode. You '''will''' be surprised when you find out that it was rated Y-7 during its airtime, while containing suicidal jokes, the use of the word crap and loosely censored "hell", racist jokes, tons of GettingCrapPastTheRadar, Ren's disturbingly realistic [[AxCrazy mental breakdowns]], [[HoYay homosexual undertones]] between the main characters, BodyHorror, loads of BlackComedy and disturbing images, among many other things. Though, this could be sort of justified, since it aired in the early 90's, the era when it wasn't completely uncommon to have heavy themes in kid shows.
6th Jul '16 7:58:06 PM getreadytoparty1991
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** "You could get [[WesternAnimation/TheAngryBeavers BEAVER FEVER!!]]"
28th Jun '16 11:19:42 AM SorPepita
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** The show also came in the earlier days of cable television, when it was known for edgier content that you could only to pay to see. It's relative newness also meant that nobody was really certain exactly ''who'' would be watching it.

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** The show also came in the earlier days of cable television, when it was known for edgier content that you could only to pay to see. It's Its relative newness also meant that nobody was really certain exactly ''who'' would be watching it.
28th Jun '16 11:18:52 AM SorPepita
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*** "Man's Best Friend". By [[FamilyUnfriendlyViolence thrashing George Liquor half to death]] with an oar, Ren earns his approval and praise for being such a good guard dog. Ren and Stimpy are then rewarded with doggie treats, and the three of them dance happily to an upbeat RaymondScott song. (The aforementioned thrashing was one of the things that pissed off Nickelodeon and led to them firing John later.)

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*** "Man's Best Friend". By [[FamilyUnfriendlyViolence thrashing George Liquor half to death]] with an oar, Ren earns his approval and praise for being such a good guard dog. Ren and Stimpy are then rewarded with doggie treats, and the three of them dance happily to an upbeat RaymondScott Raymond Scott song. (The aforementioned thrashing was one of the things that pissed off Nickelodeon and led to them firing John later.)
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.
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