Animation Bump: A lesser example than usual, since Carbunkle was on a tight budget.
Bowdlerization: On BBC Two in the UK, the ending song "The Lord Loves a Hanging," is edited out, as the BBC censors don't find hanging suicides funny (and are afraid that teatime viewers will off themselves this way, as they felt the song made hanging out to be "fun and risk-free").
Villain Antagonist: Ren and Stimpy are pretty much this since they were hired to be villains so the sheriffs could hang them.
Rubber Nipple Salesmen contains examples of...
Bottle Episode: Because of budget constraints with Spumco and Nickelodeon, this episode (according to John Kricfalusi) is considered this, as the only scenes in this cartoon have Ren and Stimpy in their trucks and on the doorsteps of the houses they visit (and the ending where they ride bulls into the sunset).
Broken Record: Stimpy, briefly, while trying to get Ren's attention.
Gainax Ending: The episode ends with Ren and Stimpy making their sale — and getting kicked out the house and on the backs of two bulls who ride them into the sunset. What the hell?
Shout-Out: Ren and Stimpy riding off into the sunset on two bulls is a homage to a similar situation used in the original The Three Stooges shorts.