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  • Actors: John Kricfalusi, Billy West, Jack Carter, Harris Peet, Judy Bohannon
  • Directors: Bob Camp, Arthur Filloy, Bill Wray, Chris Reccardi, Craig Bartlett
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Animated, Box set, Closed-captioned, Color, Full Screen, NTSC
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 2.0 Stereo)
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 3
  • Rated: Unrated
  • Studio: Nickelodeon
  • DVD Release Date: September 20, 2005
  • Run Time: 390 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (48 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000A0GP2W
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #14,247 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "The Ren & Stimpy Show - Season Five and Some More of Four" on IMDb

Special Features

  • Includes the second half of Season 4 and all of Season 5
  • 13 Audio commentaries from both the Spumco and Games animation teams
  • Featurette: Ren & Stimpy on Ren & Stimpy

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Product Description

Join Ren and Stimpy in their bizarre and gross world that features the oddly lovable duo in some outlandish situations coupled with hilarious jokes. THE REN AND STIMPY SHOW: SEASONS FIVE & SOME MORE OF FOUR consists of amusing episodes combined with the gross-out humor that became popular when the show first premiered on Nickelodeon in 1991

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The animated misadventures of Ren and Stimpy on Nickelodeon came to a close with its fifth season, the entire controversial collection of which is bundled together with the second half of season 4. Some fans of the series seem less than enthralled by the shows that are compiled here (as series creator John Kricfalusi and his Spumco team had been replaced by Games Animation), but there's still plenty of inspired insanity to be found; season 4 offers "My Shiny Friend" (Ren takes some extreme measures to cure Stimpy's TV addiction) and "Cheese Rush Days" (the boys head to the Blue Cheese Mountains to mine), while season 5 features "Stupid Sidekick Union" (Stimpy learns that his union is striking); "Reverend Jack Cheese" (the late Frank Gorshin lends his voice to a minister with a thing for meats and cheeses); "Wilderness Adventure," which includes the much-maligned George Liquor; and "Space Dogged" (a Russian cat/dog team--Ren and Stimpy lookalikes, natch-–are being sent into space).

As with previous R&S DVD sets, the supplemental features are somewhat spare--Kricfalusi and members of Spumco and Games contribute commentaries, and there's a featurette on the show--and the episodes are indeed the edited versions, but the comments by the show's creative team are both entertaining and informative. And no matter what your opinion of these final episodes (before the show's revival as an Adult Party Cartoon on Spike TV), there's still plenty of stinky laughs to be had. --Paul Gaita

Customer Reviews

I like the Commentarys on this DVD, very nice.
Lori L. Love
Some people might easily overlook this if they're not sensitive to that sort of thing, but it was slightly annoying to me.
John Spurling
Whoever grew up with the cartoons in the 90s needs to buy the Ren and Stimpy series!!!!!
Cartoon maniac

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

30 of 37 people found the following review helpful By Abdulrahman K. Abdulmohsin on August 12, 2005
This is the 3rd DVD set and the last of The Ren & Stimpy Series. it's silly and controversy..But VERY funny ( most of it ) . this last DVD has some GREAT episodes , here is the list :

season 5

Ol' Blue Nose / Stupid Sidekick Union

Space Dogged / Feud for Sale

Hair of the Cat / City Hicks

Stimpy's Pet / Ren's Brain

Bellhops / Dog Tags

I Was a Teenage Stimpy / Who's Stupid Now?

School Mates / Dinner Party

Sammy and Me / Big Flakes

Terminal Stimpy / Pen Pals

The Last Temptation of Ren / Reverend Jack Cheese

A Scooter for Yaksmas

More season 4 :

Double Header / Scotsman in Space

Pixie King / Aloha Hoek

Insomaniac Ren / My Shiny Friend

Cheese Rush Days / Weiner Barons

Galoot Wranglers / Ren Needs Help!

Superstitious Stimpy / Travelogue

of ALL Nickelodeon shows that got adult Attintion ,This is the BEST show among Spongebob Squarepants And Rocko's modern life .
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29 of 36 people found the following review helpful By Norman on July 23, 2005
Here, we have the final set of R&S that covers the second half of the fourth season and the entire fifth season. The show's plug was pulled in 1995 during the fourth season, and its final run didn't manage to air until towards the end of 1996.The show never managed to end on a good note, either.

Games' second half of R&S's history was pretty much non-desireable episodes made just to keep the Nick execs happy. Not only that, its popularity was already plummeted to a mininum so small that it felt like the cat and dog duo were already forgotten. Hardcore fans would rather enjoy those early days with creator John Kricfalusi at the helm, but to them the Games history was an awful chore to watch.

However, John K. would recieve a glorious offer in 2002 by SpikeTV to come back at the helm of Ren and Stimpy with no argument or censorship whatsoever. So in 2003, new episodes were aired especially for those adult fans of the show. In fact, the words Adult Party Cartoon were added at the title screen; the original show wasn't designed for kids in the first place, so why do they even bother?

Unfortunately, only three of the nine half-hour episodes aired; the last six were pushed back on a Summer 2004 date, but never aired due to complaints on extremely risque content in one of the episodes by advertising companies, and eventually the show vanished.

History had repeated itself during Spike's history, and John K. is already fed up with TV. Then, he looked at other shows's histories-most notably from Family Guy's history-into how they recieve fans on TV and a hell of a lot more fans just by selling seasonal/chronological DVD sets and is convinced that DVD has no disregard nor restriction whatsoever.

In conclusion, John K.
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13 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Michael Kerner HALL OF FAMEVINE VOICE on September 21, 2005
I really sometimes enjoy a great classic when it comes to animated cartoons. For greats like Ren & Stimpy, they haven't gotten the real welcome mat treatment they could've received in the process. That has been with the past releases of the Ren & Stimpy previous DVD editions of their Seasons 1 & 2, and 3 & 4 DVD packages. While they have had some moderate showcases, they just haven't been uncut like most die hard Ren & Stimpy fans wanted. Yet, with their recent comeback on the Nicktoons channel, and their status from the Spike channel a couple of years ago. There just should be more.

Ren & Stimpy Seasons Five and Some More Of Four, is a look at their final days during their Nickelodeon era. The cartoons are very, very funny, and have been remastered brilliantly. There are just so many great cartoons episodes like Superstitious Stimpy, where Ren tries getting over being jinxed over being placed under a cursed day, Space Dogged that spotlights what would ever happen if Ren & Stimpy were alive and going through a 1960's Soviet Union comsonaut program and space race, and Pen Pals showcasing Ren & Stimpy wanting to enter a maximum security prison to live in, after Ren's home is taken away by the law. While the episodes are funny and enjoyable, there really is one small disadvantage. Like the two previous DVD collections, there are some cuts to the original versions aired. Thankfully however, there aren't as many as there were in the previous editions, which is a real joy.

While it is still a shame people don't appreciate innovative animation as much as it was made years ago, Ren & Stimpy have had a cult following that has withstood the test of time. This is a must have for anybody who is new to Ren & Stimpy, and a casual favorite for die hard Ren & Stimpy fans. Oh, Joy!

Cover: B+

Price: B-

Mastering: C+

Episodes: B

Extras: C+

Overall: B 1/2-
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By John Spurling on October 4, 2005
I notice from reading other reviews that there are cuts on the season 5 DVDs. There is one cut alluded to in the commentary accompanying 'Reverend Jack Cheese' - but I never saw this segment even when it was on TV, so I'm not missing it. Aside from that, I personally haven't noticed any cuts - in fact, just the opposite. I have noticed ADDITIONS, little parts here and there I'd never seen when these shows aired on TV, which has been a delightful surprise. Maybe there were cuts, but frankly there are quite a few episodes in this boxed set I never saw on TV, so I can't make an informed judgement in that department.

Secondly, in my opinion, seasons 4 and 5 are MUCH funnier (for the most part) than season 3 (and a halfish). Maybe someone can explain this to me, but the episodes had dramatically and magically improved since season 3, several as funny or funnier than even episodes from season 1.

(Parenthetically, I must comment on some of the audio, which is warped during some episodes [only on disc 1, namely: 'Aloha Hoek,' 'Cheese Rush Days,' and 'Wiener Barons'], especially noticeable when music is playing. Some people might easily overlook this if they're not sensitive to that sort of thing, but it was slightly annoying to me. But out of 33 episodes, three of them with slight audio warping isn't that big of a deal.)

I would recommend this set more than I'd recommend season 3 in terms of humor and quality - but, of course, being a Ren & Stimpy fan, I recommend ALL the sets especially for you Ren & Stimpy fans and completists out there.
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