- Stimpy, anytime he shows anything even remotely resembling actual intelligencenote ...
- Despite the episode it comes from being banned for this very scene, Ren thrashing George Liquor with an oar in "Man's Best Friend" after he bullied him one too many times into discipline constitutes as this.
- Stimpy's rant at the end of "Mad Dog Hoek". It creeps out everyone, even Ren.Referee: Mad Dog, you've heard the nasty, brutal things Loaf said about you. How do you respond to that?
Ren: Well, actually, I- (Stimpy shoves him out of the way and steals the microphone from the referee)
Stimpy: No! I wanna holler the loud, funny words! I LIKE DARREN! HE IS MY FRIEND! (pointing at the Lout Brothers) I LIKE YOU AND HIM! HE LIKES ME, AND I LIKE HIM! HE LIKES YOU, I HOOOOOPE!
Ren: (Clearly terrified) Hey, man, I- (Stimpy shoves him out of the way)
Stimpy: I HAVE HIS AUTOGRAPH! IT IS A NICE PICTURE! HE! IS! NIIIIIICE!
- Add to that the fact that despite how intense and unhinged it all sounds, the rant itself is Stimpy gushing about how much he loves and admires his opponents and values their friendship. Even when he's being badass, he's a sweetheart.
- The freakin' Royal Canadian Kilted Yaksmen anthem, as silly as it is.
- Following Stimpy's increasing addiction to TV, Ren gets ready to go to bed, only to find Stimpy snuggled in with the TV in his place, pointing Ren to sleep in the drawer. Ren is on the verge of blowing his top, before suddenly beaming a smile and nonchalantly kicking both Stimpy and the TV out of the room and having the bed to himself. A rare example of Ren's abuse where Stimpy really had it comingnote .
- Ren's rant in "Sven Hoek" is a very scary CMOA, especially since Sven and Stimpy arguably had it coming.
- This also can go for when Ren nearly strangles Stimpy after finally getting the happy helmet off.
- Stimpy would have gotten one in a rough draft storyboard for "Man's Best Friend", and it would have had him beating George Liquor at Indian Leg Wrestling.
- Getting Frank goddamn Zappa to guest star as the Pope. A scene that sadly got edited out in later airings.
- Speaking of special guest stars, the titular character from Reverend Jack Cheese was voiced by none other than Frank The Riddler Gorshin, proving that he still had what it took to be as hilariously sinister as he was 30 years prior.
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