The Ren & Stimpy Show

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The dastardly duo

The Ren & Stimpy Show, often simply Ren & Stimpy, is a famous piece of anarchist propaganda created in 1990 by German cartoonist Leni Gufeschtahl (pronounced "goof-in-stall").

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Gufenschtahl was a great fan of Bob Clampett's hate-filled anti-ethnic screeds from the WWII era and sought to duplicate their manic, fast-paced intensity and powerhouse animation, but felt morally obliged not to preserve Clampett's obvious disdain for the sight of dirty Japs walking upright instead of lying bleeding slowly to death on the pavement. Thus, in the summer of 1990, she packed her bags and headed for North Ireland, where she delivered her pitch for a series to the local cable network Mickelodeon, a network already renowned for it's gross humour and alleged cannibalism driven by an unquenchable thirst for blood.

To produce the cartoon, Gufenschtahl founded an animation studio, which soon enslaved employed a Canadian artist by the name of John Kric-phallus-i, who was assigned "scapegoat status" upon his arrival. Production of the first season was "hellish", according to Kricfalusi. "Leni forced us to do things that no modern animator in their right mind would ever do, like look at an art theory book, or draw on old comics and cartoons for inspiration. None of us could stomach it for very long. I kept trying to tell her, "Why the hell should we put all this effort into a cartoon? Isn't that a redundant aesthetic exercise in a disaffected, postmodern society? Wouldn't we get better ratings if we just threw some formless crap on the screen along with a bunch of tight, snappy one-liners, like The Simpsons does?" She wouldn't listen. She wanted fully-painted backgrounds and believable characters and fun. It was torture."

Kricfalusi later added that the actual torture "was also torture".

Thankfully the torture came to a quick end. Mickelodeon expressed reservation at Gufenschtahl's conservative attitudes. "Not violent enough" and "more broken glass" were oft-heard complaints from their executives. Finally, after the micks were shown a particularly heartwarming episode, they cancelled the show and lynched Gufenschtal. None of her remains were ever found.

edit Characters


Not the Fab Four they appear to be.

The Ren and Stimpy Show revolves around Ren Hoek, a diseased chihuahua who is fond of leather and whips (dominant), as well as primal scream therapy and patronizing Mexican accents. His submissive partner, Stimpson J. Cat, is a fat transsexual whore who believes he/she is a cat, due to an unfortunate psychotic episode that took place during the electroshock therapy sessions with which Stimpy's parents attempted to correct what they saw as "abnormal erotic tendencies". (In one episode, Stimpy alludes to having written a song about his big ass experience, but says he has never performed it, explaining that Lou Reed beat him up in a bar over the publishing rights and now owns it. Stimpy also suffered from a body-size red birthmark except for his belly, which was covered in cancer. It is believed Stimpy was addicted to powder, specifically from the powdered toastman. He was oft seen snorting cinnamon sugar when Ren wasn't looking. Some have theorized that the entire show takes place within Stimpy's mind, due to a psychotic break involving egg sucking. P.S. Stinky Whizzleteets is also a Nigga

Additional boring characters include Muddy Mudskipper, George Liquor American, Powdered Toast Man, George Lopez, The Big Voice Announcer, That Fucking Retarded-Looking Dude With The Chicken Leg On His Head and a whole whack of shitty-looking animals that were traced (badly) from Milt Gross comics at the eleventh hour of production.

edit See Also

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