The Ren & Stimpy Show (1991–1996)

TV Series   |  TV-Y7   |    |  Animation, Adventure, Comedy


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Ren, a psychotic Chihuahua, and Stimpson J. Cat, a dimwitted Manx cat who goes by the nickname Stimpy, have a host of unusual adventures.


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8 July 2004 | erwan_ticheler
9
| A cartoon classic that's not for small children
What makes "Ren and Stimpy" so brilliant?

Well the humor is great,the stories are surprising,the characters are grotesque and the dialogue is highly inventive.

Yet this cartoon isn't for small children since a lot of the humor is very difficult to understand and sometimes even political.Therefore I would recommend it to people aged from 12 or so.Then it is a true blast!

Besides Ren and Stimpy other brilliant characters are Muddy Mudskipper,The Powdered Toast Man,Haggis MacHaggis,Mr. "No Sir,I don't like it" Horse,Wilbur J. Cobb and of course the legendary Lummox.

My favorite cartoons are "The Lair of the Lummox","Black Hole","Ren's Toothache","Sven Hoek","Big Baby Scam","Stimpy's Fan Club","PreHistoric Stimpy","Dinner Party" and "Reverend Jack Cheese". Besides those cartoons there are several brilliant short commercials like "Log" and "Chicken in a drawer".

And last but not least there is the great use of classical music in the series.The makers often use music from my favorite composer Tchaikovski,especially the "Nutcracker".

A big thank you to John K. for his work! 10/10

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Release Date:

11 August 1991

Language

English


Country of Origin

USA

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