It aired on Spike on Summer of The series had only aired six episodes, only three of which aired on its network. The last three were later released on DVD in July 18th, The show also lasted only 2 months before being cancelled due to negative reception. The series was not only Spumco's last animated series before its closure in , but also the last show that Kricfalusi ever made before his retirement in due to sexual misconduct allegations. Why It Sucks The humor is nothing more than absurd value, which is weird, disturbing, and bad.
Ren & Stimpy "Adult Party Cartoon"
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It follows Ren finally feeling guilty about something abusive he did to Stimpy, so he seeks to a therapist to help him and tells his darkest childhood stories and why he became such a abusive psychopath in the first place. The episode opens in a room, where Stimpy is seen screaming and crying hysterically on the bed while Ren looks on with a ashamed and apologetic expression. Ren apologizes to him and promises that he will go seek help and find out about his problems. While Stimpy continues to cry on the bed, Ren leaves his home and slowly walks through the city to seek a therapist. After arriving at a place simply called "Help", he meets Mr.
It aired from June 26, to July 24, , when Spike's entire animation block was discontinued. The series is rated TV-MA for explicit sexual dialogue and sexual references. The show's creator, John Kricfalusi, had many altercations with the network, eventually culminating in his termination. Nickelodeon took it upon its newly formed animation studio to continue the series for the rest of its run.
The series originally ran from June 26 to July 24, , and was eventually cancelled. The show's creator, John Kricfalusi , had many altercations with the network,   eventually culminating in his termination. Some of the original voice cast members returned, with the notable exception of Billy West , original voice of Stimpy and voice of Ren and Mr.