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Join Ren and Stimpy in their bizarre and gross world that features the oddly lovable duo in some outlandish situations coupled with hilarious jokes. Ren and Stimpy features the guest voice of music star Frank Zappa and consist of amusing episodes combined with the gross-out humor that became popular when the show first premiered on Nickelodeon in 1991.
The delirious animated series Ren and Stimpy makes its DVD debut in a three-disc set that features seasons 1 and 2, as well as a handful of extras to please its devoted fan base. The surreal adventures of short-tempered Chihuahua Ren and good-natured but simple cat Stimpson J. Cat caught on like a house afire with teen and college audiences during its 1991-96 run on Nickelodeon, despite regular battles between the network and creator John Kricfalusi (who also voiced Ren and several other characters) over allegedly objectionable content in certain episodes. The conflict eventually led to several episodes suffering edits, much to the chagrin of the show's creators and audience alike; the unedited versions of these episodes have become much sought-after and traded items among collectors. And while this set attempts to rectify that situation by presenting the show in its uncut form, die-hard fans should know that several episodes retain minor cuts; however, many others, most notably the pilot, "Big House Blues," and "Powdered Toastman" are presented in their original, uncut versions. Extras include commentaries on seven episodes by Kricfalusi and the show's creators, storyboard galleries, a featurette, and the "banned" episode "Man's Best Friend." --Paul Gaita
This is one of the VERY few cartoons I liked as a kid that still holds up. Ever watch the stuff you grew up with and loved years later as an adult? Read morePublished 11 days ago by Danny
The first and second seasons are the only two that are really worth watching. John K was still in control and all the wackiness that you've come to expect from Ren and Stimpy is... Read morePublished 1 month ago by mikereview
It's a crying shame the "eediots" at Paramount were too stubborn to make a "complete" series boxset of Ren and Stimpy, let alone reissue these season sets in single... Read morePublished 2 months ago by ToonXpert87
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|Ren and Stimpy Complete Series Boxset?||
Why would they? It's a humorous notion. They release one boxed set, it fails, so they add more time and release it again?
Or think about it this way. When was the last time you released a box set? Why didn't you release one? Because it cost a boat load of money, people and time? Now let's say... Read More
Dec 8, 2011 by C. L. Messina | See all 3 posts
|Ren and stimpy show suitible for 11 year olds?||
I started watching this series back in 1992 when I was 8 years old and so I don't see how an 11 year old today shouldn't be able to watch it. I think they are talking about the special features. They use some language in the featurettes, but as far as I am concerned if this show was on... Read More
Sep 19, 2008 by Matthew D. Davis | See all 3 posts