The Ren and Stimpy Show - 1991-1996, 2003 (Not Rated)

The Ren & Stimpy Show: The First and Second Seasons Uncut - 1991-1993 (Not Rated)

Year(s) Aired: 1991-1993
Year of DVD Release: 2004
Rated: Not Rated
Approx. Running Time: 418 minutes
Format(s): DVD (3 discs)
My Rating: 4 stars (Out of 5)

"Happy Happy Joy Joy"

From Back Cover:

You eediot!
You pushed the History Eraser Button!

Perfect! Now you're able to go back and experience the complete first and second season of The Ren and Stimpy Show in the way John K. always wanted you to see them - unaltered, uncut, and untamed! All 32 cartoons are here, in their original airing order, slapping a happy helmet on you and providing hours twisted entertainment! Revisit the wonderfully warped world of Magic Nose Goblins and Rubber Nipples, and hwarf to all-new thrills, including the "banned" episode "Man's Best Friend," the long-awaited George Liquor, the once-censored "Sven Höek," and more! What are you waiting for, you eediot? This is The Ren and Stimpy joy you were always meant to enjoy!

Episode Summary:

Featured on Disc 1

"Stimpy's Big Day"
Ren thinks TV has ruined Stimpy's mind, but when Stimpy wins a televised Gritty Kitty Litter contest and becomes a Hollywood star on the Muddy Mudskipper show, he leaves Ren behind.

"The Big Shot"
While Stimpy enjoys his newfound success in show business, Ren sits at home missing his brainless buddy. Will Stimpy give up his fame and fortune to return home?

"Robin Höek"
Ren dreams that he is the hero of Stimpy's bedtime story - a brave outlaw who robs from the rich, gives to the criminally insane, and rescues the cross-dressed cat, Maid Moron.

"Nurse Stimpy"
When Ren falls ill, it's Nurse Stimpy to the resue, swearing by the Sacred Bedpan to cure his friend. Will the constant care lead to a cured Chihuahua, or a total relapse?

"Space Madness"
During a 36-year mission to the Crab Nebula, Commander Höek succumbs to Space Madness and puts Cadet Stimpy in charge of the mysterious History Eraser Button!

"The Boy Who Cried Rat"
Penniless and hungry, Ren hatches the perfect plan: Stimpy can get work as a family's mouse-catching kitty, and Ren can pose as the mouse. What could possibly go wrong?

"Fire Dogs"
Ren and Stimpy need new jobs, so they disguise themselves as Dalmatians, go to work for a psychotic fire chief, and battle a 40-story building fire, saving Mr. Horse and others!

"The Littlest Giant"
During the story of "The Littlest Giant," Ren drifts off and dreams that he is Wee Ren, a resident of Thumbsville who makes the mistake of befriending the Littlest Giant, Stimpy.

In this space adventure, Commander Höek and Cadet Stimpy land on an eerie planet with only their Space Cadet Handbook to guide them! Can they avoid certain doom? Nope.

"Untamed World"
Nature show host "Marlon" Höek and his sidekick Stimpy explore a strange Galapagos Island chain where all species look like Ren and Stimpy...but even less evolved!

"Black Hole"
It's another warped day for Commander Höek and Cadet Stimpy as they fly into a mind-bending black hole, mutate continuously and discover a mountain of missing left socks.

"Stimpy's Invention"
Stimpy invents a Happy Helmet so that his foaming friend Ren can be happy all the time. But it pushes Ren way past happiness and into utter insanity - and the nonstop "Happy, Happy, Joy, Joy" song doesn't help either!

Featured on Disc 2

"Ren's Toothache"
Ren scoffs at Stimpy's dental hygiene untila a toothache leads to all his teeth falling out of his head. Not even a visit from the Nerve Ending Fairy can cheer Ren up, but ever-faithful Stimpy knows a way to get Ren smiling again!

"Rubber Nipple Salesmen"
Ren and Stimpy hit the road as door-to-door Rubber Nipple Salesmen, peddling their wares to a bizarre clientele, including a psychotic Fire Chiefe, a paranoid Mr. Horse, and a family actually in need of new nipples!

"Sven Höek"
Ren gets driven out of his mind yet again as his anxiously awaited cousin Sven forms a stupidity bond with Stimpy through Magic Nose Goblins, Kitty Litter, and the Don't Whiz on the Electric Fence board game.

"Haunted House"
Ren and Stimpy visit a haunted mansion where a depressive ghost fruitlessly tries to scare them, but the clueless duo barely notice hiis antics...not even the chainsaw!

"Mad Dog Höek"
The fearsome Lout Brothers take on Mad Dog Höek (Ren) and Killer Kadoogan (Stimpy) in a no-holds-barred wrestling match that tests Ren's theory on how fake wrestling is.

"In the Army"
Ren and Stimpy get a chance to be all that they can be - and peel as many potatoes and H-bombs as they can - in an army unit commanded by a drill sergeant the size of a tank.

"Big House Blues"
Ren and Stimpy get tossed in the pound and find themselves next in line for...the Big Sleep! Will someone adopt them in time? Or will Ren lose his mind first?

"Big Baby Scam"
It's Ren's greatest scheme ever: switch places with a couple of babies and enjoy the pampered life. But being babies turns out to be harder than Ren or Stimpy ever imagined.

"Dog Show"
George Liquor, American, has worked tirelessly to groom Ren and Stimpy for the All County Dog Show, but before they can compete, they'll need to get past the toughest judge of all - Mr. Horse!

Featured on Disc 3

"Monkey See... Monkey Don't"
Ren & Stimpy want the easy life of living in a zoo. They disguise themselves as monkeys and try to hang in there.

"Powdered Toastman"
Follow the famed breakfast superhero as he saves a kitty, the Pope, Ren and Stimpy's bland breakfast vittles, and the President of the United States! It's one toasterrific day!

"Fake Dad"
Ren shows his soft side when he volunteers to be a fake dad for a 200-pound prison convict named Kowalksi. Of course, Stimpy lends support as the loving fake mom.

"Out West"
Out in the Wild West, an ignorant sheriff and his dimwitted deputy hire villains to steal Mr. Horse so that they can have a hanging. Who are the lucky villains? You guessed it.

"Stimpy's Fan Club"
Ren is jealous of Stimpy's constant stream of fan mail, so Stimpy makes his pal the president of his Fan Club, causing Ren delusions of grandeur, and ultimately, insanity.

"The Great Outdoors"
Ren and Stimpy go camping and learn how to rough it in nature. And what could be rougher than skinny dipping with Stimpy? Ren's about to find out.

"The Cat That Laid the Golden Hairball"
Ren has a new way to strike it rich - sell Stimpy's hairballs! Stimpy starts hwarfing hairballs ona a production line, but what will Ren do when the supply runs out?

"Visit to Anthony"
Ren and Stimpy's U.S. visit to a young fan named Anthony threatens to destroy all his youthful fantasies, so Anthony's overprotective father threatens to destroy them!

"The Royal Canadian Kilted Yaksmen"
Ren and Stimpy become Royal Canadian Kilted Yaksmen and brave the jungle, the desert, and snow of Canada, facing hunger, poison dirt, a Kodiak Marmoset, and a catchy tune!

"Son of Stimpy/Stimpy's First Fart"
Stimpy squeezes, and a stench is born. Ren thinks it's just a stinky fantasy, but when Stinky floats away, Stimpy abandons his friend to search through rain and snow and dark of night. It'll take a Christmas miracle for Stinky to return to his warm, snuggly home!

"Man's Best Friend"
George Liquor, American, needs the companionship of lower lifeforms, so he buys Ren and Stimpy from the pet store, sticks them in a fishbowl, and puts them on a rigorous, torturous, twisted training program.

Bonus Features:

My Comments:

Snot jokes, fart humor, rubber nipples, powdered toast, and "Log" - classic low-brow humor courtesy of a big stupid cat and a psychotic little chihuahua. Gotta love it.

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The Ren & Stimpy Show: Seasons Three and a Half-ish - 1993-1994 (Not Rated)

Year(s) Aired: 1993-1994
Year of DVD Release: 2005
Rated: Not Rated
Approx. Running Time: 373 minutes
Format(s): DVD (3 discs)
My Rating: 4 stars (Out of 5)

From Back Cover:

Did you REALLY think you were safe from the insanity and stupidity of Ren and Stimpy? Well, the demented duo is back for more madness with their friends Powdered Toastman, Jimminy Lummox, Jerry the Bellybutton Elf, crazy Wilbur Cobb, deranged circus midgets, and more! From girl scouts to brain surgery, from prehistoric times to Washington D.C., from inside Stimpy's bellybutton to inside Ren's face, get ready for a whacked-out ride!
Oh, joy of joys!

Episode Summary:

Featured on Disc 1

"To Salve and Salve Not"
Stimpy is a sucker for a persistent door-to-door Salve salesman, but Ren is just not buying the savvy Salve pitch.

"No Pants Today"
When Ren makes Stimpy go outside without wearing pants, it leads to pantless escapades with Victor, the neighborhood sadist, and a pack of prudish wild animals.

"A Yard Too Far"
Hungry Ren and Stimpy must make it across a yard guarded by a bloodthirsty baboon to get to a delicious dish of hog jowls cooling on the other side.

"Circus Midgets"
Ren and Stimpy learn why you should never hitchhike: psychotic circus midgets!

"Ren's Pecs"
Ren's dream of large pectoral muscles comes true when he implants Stimpy's butt fat into his chest.

"An Abe Divided"
While guarding the Lincoln Memorial, Ren and Stimpy break open Lincoln's head to find the rumored treasure inside. But now they have to find a replacement for Lincoln's head!

"Stimpy's Cartoon Show"
Ren can't write, draw, or direct, so he becomes the power-hungry producer of Stimpy's cartoon movie and gets it in front of the crazy cartoon legend, Wilbur Cobb. Plus, Flod, the perfect cube of fat!

"Jimminy Lummox"
Stimpy decides to be a good friend and lend cruel Ren his conscience. Too bad his conscience is Jimminy Lummox, a singing, stupid, sadistic oaf.

"Bass Masters"
The fisherman becomes the fished as "Bass Master" Ren goes on a fishing trip with his assistant Stimpy and escaped convict Wilbur Cobb.

Featured on Disc 2

"Ren's Retirement"
It's Ren's tenth birthday, but when Stimpy reminds him that he's seventy in dog years, Ren retires into life as a crazy old coot. Plus, Dog Water and Billy the Beef Tallow Boy!

"Jerry the Bellybutton Elf"
Stimpy goes on an insane, psychedelic voyage when he climbs inside of his bellybutton and meets Jerry the Bellybutton Elf.

"Road Apples"
Ren and Stimpy need a new home, but they never counted on Husband and Wife's mad, mad motor home, featuring an on-premises butcher shop, skunk milk, and Wilbur Cobb!

"Hard Times for Haggis"
When Ren and Stimpy replace famed cartoon star Haggis MacHaggis, the Scotsman falls on hard times. Will he get his revenge before madness sets in, or after?

"Eat My Cookies"
Ren and Stimpy return to boot camp... Barrette Beret Girls boot camp! And they find out that earning Merit Badges isn't just about selling cookies and looking cute!

"Ren's Bitter Half"
Stimpy's genetic formula splits Ren into the two halves of his personality: Evil Ren and Indifferent Ren! Who will reign supreme?

"Lair of the Lummox"
On another edition of "Untamed World," Ren and Stimpy seek out the rare, noble Lummox in the dark forests of Ignoramia. And thrill to the tasty power of Cheesefist!

"Hermit Ren"
Ren has had it with Stimpy, so he becomes a cave-dwelling hermit, but the utter solitude and starvation involved causes him to lose his mind. Plus, "Untamed World" with Stimpy.

Featured on Disc 3

"House of Next Tuesday"
There's no need to fear the giant ants that rule the world-- not if you live in the House of Next Tuesday. And luckily, Ren and Stimpy have a free trial!

"A Friend In Your Face!"
Stimpy has an affable friend who lives in his face, but Ren doesn't believe it. Not until Ren is stick with an unwelcome, ignorant frined in his face as well.

"Blazing Entrails"
Stimpy is acting stupider than usual, so Ren takes him to Dr. Brainchild, a strange doctor who sends Ren inside his idiotic friend on a mission to resume brain activity.

A fanatical French lumberjack enlists the help of Ren and Stimpy. How will the duo fare against the hazards of nature, including the fearsome Spiny Tree Lobster?

"Prehistoric Stimpy"
Wilbur Cobb, museum guide, hold Ren and Stimpy as his captive audience for the prehistoric tale of the Stimpysaurus and some other very stupid dinosaurs.

"Farm Hands"
Two dimwitted cowboys need new young-uns for their challenging farm chores, and luckily, Ren and Stimpy are on hand for the down-home dementia.

"Magical Golden Singing Cheeses"
Stimpleton can save himself and his brother Renwaldo from starvation by braving a man-eating village idiot and an ogre to obtain the Magical Golden Singing Cheeses.

"A Hard Day's Luck"
Watch as crotchety Mr. Haggis tries to pass the tests given by a magical, mishievous leprechaun in order to get the shiny head of hair for which he wishes.

"I Love Chicken"
Stimpy falls in love with Ren's dinner and promptly marries the uncooked chicken. Will Ren eat Stimpy's new wife, or will true love conquer all?

"Powdered Toastman vs. Waffle Woman"
It's a classic battle between breakfast good and evil when the sinister Waffle Woman threatens Little Johnny. Will Powdered Toastman save the day?

"It's a Dog's Life"
Back at the dog pound, Ren and Stimpy get a last minute reprieve when a sweet old lady adopts them. But the good life with Granny may be a fate worse than death.

"Egg Yolkeo"
In this re-imagining of the classic tale, Renwaldo the Egg Smithee makes a son for himself out of a mound of egg yolk. But he wishes Egg Yokeo were a real live boy...

Bonus Features:

My Comments:

More of the same gross-out humor. Obviously, if you loved the first two seasons, you'll love these, too. If you didn't love the first two seasons, well... I don't know why the hell you're looking at this set anyway.

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4 Stars
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The Ren & Stimpy Show: Season Five And Some More of Four - 1995-1996 (Not Rated)

Year(s) Aired: 1995-1996
Year of DVD Release: 2005
Rated: Not Rated
Approx. Running Time: 390 minutes
Format(s): DVD (3 discs)
My Rating: 4 stars (Out of 5)

From Back Cover:

The insanity's not over yet! Take a trip back to the warped world of Ren & Stimpy in their final seventeen episodes of the original series. Discover the answers to absolutely essential questions like: What would Stimpy look like at puberty? What would become of Ren if he ditched his buddy to live as a hermit? And just who is Stinky Whizzleteats? You'll squeal with happy, happy, joy, joy as Ren & Stimpy read more bad-taste bedtime tales, help Reverend Jack Cheese spread the gospel of meat, and embark on even more demented adventures!

Episode Summary:

Featured on Disc 1

"Double Header"
Ren wants Stimpy out of his life, but a freak accident at the bus depot leaves the two medically sewn together! And that's when things get freaky.

"The Scotsman in Space"
This time, it's not just Space Madness- there really a Scotsman outside the spaceship! Commander Höek and Cadet Stimpy feed him, dissect him, and even discover his dead space genie.

"Pixie King"
Ren reads Stimpy the story of two worker elves that aspire to earn their pixie wings. But Elfish Ren wants more, of course! He aspires to be King of the Pixies!

"Aloha Höek"
Washed up on a deserted island, Ren insists on living in a stinky fish carcass rather than at the Big Kahuna's tropical paradise that Stimpy has discovered.

"Insomniac Ren"
Ren just wants to get some sleep, but he's got an incurably insane case of insomnia. Especially with Stimpy's stupid cures...

"My Shiny Friend"
Stimpy just won't stop watching TV! What can Ren do to break Stimpy of his debilitating addiction?

"Cheese Rush Days"
Ren and Stimpy are pioneers in search of high-country blue cheese. Will they strike it rich or fall victim to savage French chefs, deadly cheese gas, and other Wild West perils?

"Wiener Barons"
Ren and Stimpy overcome all obstacles to become the Wiener Barons of Canada. But winning the wiener game isn't as easy as it sounds.

"Galoot Wranglers"
Wild Wilbur Hickcobb tells Ren and Stimpy a yarn about the bygone wild galoots of the open range and the wranglers that sought them for their rodeos.

"Ren Needs Help!
Stimpy finally has Ren commited to the Shady Brain Farm insane asylum where other patients like Muddy Mudskipper, the fire chief, and Mr. Yak try to get some help too.

Featured on Disc 2

"Ol' Blue Nose"
A slap on the nose suddenly turns Stimpy into the crowd-pleasing crooner, Ol' Blue Nose. And Ren knows just how to cash in on this development.

"Stupid Sidekick Union"
When the Stupid Sidekick Union calls, Stimpy goes on strike. And finding a replacement isn't going to be easy for poor Ren.

"Superstitious Stimpy"
On the unluckiest day of the year, Stimpy is doing all he can to avoid bad omens, but that won't be easy, considering Ren is the unluckiest dog in the world.

Join your hosts Ren and Stimpy for a trip to the lost continent of Acromeglia where they explore foreign customs, visit wondrous sites, and feel the joy of Revolution Day.

"Space Dogged"
Comrades Ren and Stimpy are cosmonauts leading the Soviet space race against the astronaut pigs of the United States. Is it any wonder that the U.S. won?

"Feud for Sale"
A salesman tries to raise the quality of life for neighbors Mr. Dimwit and Mr. Nitwit by raising the level of feuding between them.

"Hair of the Cat"
Ren is allergic to cat hair. So who vows to help him feel better? Why, a certain dimwitted feline, of course!

"City Hicks"
When a heavy rain ruins Ren and Stimpy's dust crop, they must start a new life for themselves in the Big City. But are they cut out for harsh city life?

"Stimpy's Pet"
Stimpy adopts an adorable, cigar-smoking circus clown as a pet, which quickly drive Ren crazy (not a far trip).

"Ren's Brain"
When Stimpy removes Ren's brain in the name of science, he gets the idiot Ren he's always dreamed of. That is, until Ren's brain gets home from work.

As bellhops, Ren and Stimpy must defend the privacy of ever-elusive Mr. Noggin up in the penthouse. But Ren's greed has been known to get the better of him...

"Dog Tags"
Stimpy has no problem getting into Ren's secret Dog Lodge meeting. But Ren needs to pass a few tests to prove that he's actually a dog, lest he be rejected by his own kind.

Featured on Disc 3

"I Was a Teenage Stimpy"
Stimpy finally hits puberty, and pimples aside, old man Höek could not be prouder. But will Ren really be able to put up with Stimpy's runaway pubescence?

"Who's Stupid Now?"
What would happen if Stimpy was the skinny jerk and Ren was the fat dumb one? Find out when their producer threatens to cancel the show unless they switch roles!

"School Mates"
When an old fraternity brother finds out that Ren lives with a cat, he tries to re-awaken the Chihuahua's canine instincts. When that fails, he bonds with Stimpy instead.

"Dinner Party"
Master of etiquette Ren and his loyal houseboy Stimpy show us the best way to host a successful dinner party for high society's craziest cream-of-the-crop crowd.

"Pen Pals"
When the cops confiscate Ren and Stimpy's house, the demented duo repeatedly attempts to break into the lavish Tulip Pines State Penitentiary. Talk about conviction!

"Big Flakes"
When Ren and Stimpy get snowed into an isolated log cabin for the winter, insanity and stupidity slowly but surely set in. Plus, learn to be a man with Varicose Veins!

"Terminal Stimpy"
Oh, no! Stimpy's used up almost all of his nine lives! Can Ren help his friend overcome his denial and learn to accept the inevitable?

"Reverend Jack Cheese"
Ren and Stimpy drive a meat truck for Reverend Jack Cheese, helping him to impart the gospel of meat... that is, until he loses his meat-filled mind.

"A Scooter For Yaksmas"
Stimpy wants a Johnny Future's Jet Scooter for Yaksmas so badly that he accidentally steals one! To clear his name, he must seek out old Saint Whizzleteats himself!

"Sammy and Me"
Stimpy has mantis mania for his favorite lounge-singing hero, Sammy Mantis! But will he ever be so lucky as to get his head bitten off by the Mantis Man?

"The Last Temptation of Ren"
Ren chokes on lumpy oatmeal, has an out-of-body experience, visits the garden of the Big Guy in the sky, and then returns to Earth a changed Chihuahua. But for how long?

Bonus Features:

My Comments:

More of the same gross-out humor. The rest of Season Four and the Fifth and final season of this classic cartoon show... that is until they ruined it. See next set.

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Ren & Stimpy: The Lost Episodes - 2003 (Not Rated)

Year(s) Aired: 2003
Year of DVD Release: 2006
Rated: Not Rated
Approx. Running Time: 169 minutes
Format(s): DVD (2 discs)
My Rating: 1 star (Out of 5)

From Back Cover:

We know what you need!

If you were a kid when Ren & Stimpy came out, you've probably gone through that shameful change in your life. Well, so have Ren and Stimpy! These shiny new cartoons reflect those very changes and fulfull your newest, most urgent needs.

John K. answered your mail!

Yes, in fact, with this impressive new volume of handsome cartoon product, John K. has responded directly to your fan requests. John and his top Hollywood cartoonists wrote these babies in 1991 to satisfy your desperate pleas. Unfortunately, they were rejected by his bosses as being too naughty for kids - even though you were asking for them!

Well, now you've grown up - and thanks to Spike TV, John K. finally got to make the cartoons that you wanted all along!

Episode Summary:

Featured on Disc 1

"Naked Beach Frenzy"
Naked girls frolic on the beach and Ren loves it!

"Stimpy's Pregnant"
Ren and Stimpy finally have their long-awaited baby! This could only happen in a Spumco cartoon!

Stimpy gets an innocent young duckbill in trouble. The craziest episode ever!

Featured on Disc 2

"Ren Seeks Help"
Ren is a sick chihuahua and finally decides to see a professional. Meet Ren's parents! Witness his birth!

"Fire Dogs 2"
(No descripiton provided on DVD cover.)

"Onward and Upward"
(No descripiton provided on DVD cover.)

My Comments:

Absolute rubbish. Some moron (John K.) decided to commit the ultimate cartoon sacriledge and desecrate Ren & Stimpy's good names by turning a once innocent cartoon show about farts, magic nose goblins and powdered toast into a perverted, profane program about big boobs, naked women, and getting drunk.

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