List of The Ren and Stimpy Show episodes

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This is a list of episodes of the animated series The Ren & Stimpy Show. It was first on Nickelodeon on August 11, 1991.[1] It went for five seasons for 53 episodes.

Seven years after The Ren and Stimpy Show was cancelled by Nickelodeon, its creator, John Kricfalusi, made a new series about the characters. It was called Ren & Stimpy "Adult Party Cartoon". It was for a more adult audience.

Seasons[change | edit source]

Season Episodes Season premiere Season finale DVD releases
Region 1 Region 2 Region 4
1 6 August 11, 1991 December 15, 1991 April 2, 2002 September 2, 2002 September 1, 2002
2 12 January 19, 1992 March 14, 1993 July 1, 2003 September 12, 2003 October 1, 2003
3 10 April 4, 1993 February 6, 1994 September 14, 2004 December 31, 2003 January 12, 2004
4 13 March 6, 1994 April 1, 1995 September 13, 2005 January 5, 2005 January 14, 2005
5 11 September 9, 1995 November 14, 1996 December 26, 2006 February 27, 2006 March 5, 2006
6 (Adult Party Cartoon) 4 / (6) November 19, 2006 December 17, 2006 December 26, 2006 November 9, 2008 November 30, 2008

Pilot: 1990[change | edit source]

Title Original airdate
"Big House Blues" August 10, 1990

Season 1: 1991–1992[change | edit source]

The first season of Ren and Stimpy premiered on August 11, 1991. The season ended on February 23, 1992. A pilot episode called "Big House Blues" aired on August 10, 1990.

Prod. No. Title Original airdate
1 "Stimpy's Big Day" August 11, 1991
"The Big Shot"
2 "Robin Hoek" August 18, 1991
"Nurse Stimpy"
3 "Space Madness" September 1, 1991
"The Boy Who Cried Rat"
4 "Fire Dogs" October 6, 1991
"The Littlest Giant"
5 "Marooned" November 24, 1991
"Untamed World"
6 "Black Hole" December 15, 1991
"Stimpy's Invention"

Season 2: 1992–1993[change | edit source]

The second season of Ren and Stimpy premiered on June 6, 1992, with the episode "Man's Best Friend". The season ended on May 23, 1993 with "The Royal Canadian Kilted Yaksmen".

Prod. No. Title Original airdate
7 "In The Army" January 25, 1992
"Powedered Toast Man"
8 "Ren's Toothache" February 15, 1992
9 "Rubber Nipple Salesman" February 29, 1992
"Out West"
10 "Sven Hoek" March 22, 1992
11 "Haunted House" April 12, 1992
"Mad Dog Hoek"
12 "Big Baby Scam" October 11, 1992
"Dog Show"
13 "Son of Stimpy" October 18, 1992
14 "Monkey See, Monkey Don't" October 25, 1992
"Fake Dad"
15 "The Great Outdoors" November 21, 1992
"The Cat That Laid the Golden Hairball"
16 "Stimpy's Fan Club" December 12, 1992
17 "A Visit to Anthony" March 7, 1993
18 "The Royal Canadian Kilted Yaksmen" March 14, 1993

Season 3: 1993–1994[change | edit source]

The third season of Ren and Stimpy premiered on November 20, 1993, with the episodes "To Salve and Salve Not!" and "No Pants Today".

Prod. No. Title Original airdate
18 "To Salve and Salve Not!" August 23, 1993
"No Pants Today" August 24, 1993
19 "A Yard Too Far" August 25, 1993
"Circus Midgets" August 26, 1993
20 "Ren's Pecs" November 25, 1993
"An Abe Divided"
21 "Stimpy's Cartoon Show" August 27, 1993
22 "Lair of the Lummox" September 25, 1993
23 "Jimminy Lummox" October 3, 1993
"Bassmasters"
24 "Ren's Retirement" November 7, 1993
25 "Jerry the Bellybutton Elf" December 5, 1993
"Road Apples"
26 "Hard Times for Haggis" January 16, 1994
27 "Eat My Cookies" February 6, 1994
"Ren's Bitter Half"

Season 4: 1994–1995[change | edit source]

Prod. No. Title Original airdate
28 "Hermit Ren" March 6, 1994
29 "House of Next Tuesday" March 27, 1994
"A Friend in Your Face"
30 "Blazing Entrails" June 4, 1994
"Lumber Jerks"
31 "Prehistoric Stimpy" June 24, 1994
"Farmhands"
32 "Magical Singing Golden Cheeses" July 16, 1994
"A Hard Day's Luck"
33 "I Love Chicken" October 2, 1994
"Powdered Toast Man vs. Waffle Woman"
34 "It's a Dog's Life!" October 9, 1994
"Egg Yolkeo"
35 "Double Header" November 20, 1994
"The Scotsman in Space"
36 "Pixie King" November 27, 1994
"Aloha Hoek"
37 "Insomniac Ren" December 3, 1994
"My Shiny Friend"
38 "Cheese Rush Days" February 11, 1995
"Wiener Barons"
39 "Galoot Wranglers" May 6, 1995
"Ren Needs Help!"
40 "Superstitious Stimpy" May 20, 1995
"Travelogue"

Season 5: 1995-1996[change | edit source]

Prod. No. Title Original airdate
41 "Ol' Blue Nose" September 9, 1995
"Stupid Sidekick Union"
42 "Space Dogged" September 16, 1995
"Feud for Sale"
43 "Hair of the Cat" September 24, 1995
"City Hicks"
44 "Stimpy's Pet" October 29, 1995
"Ren's Brain"
45 "Bellhops" November 4, 1995
"Dog Tags"
46 "I Was a Teenage Stimpy" November 18, 1995
"Who's Stupid Now?"
47 "School Mates" December 17, 1995
"Dinner Party"
48 "Pen Pals" March 31, 1996
"Big Flakes" January 7, 1996
49 "Terminal Stimpy" March 31, 1996
"Reverend Jack" October 20, 1996
50 "A Scooter for Yaksmas" November 14, 1996
51 "Sammy and Me" January 7, 1996
"The Last Temptation" July 7, 1996

Season 6 (Adult Party Cartoon)[change | edit source]

Though Nickelodeon's series ended in November 1996, Spike started airing adult oriented Ren and Stimpy episodes in 2003.

Prod. No. Title Original airdate
 ??? "Man's Best Friend" June 6, 1992
52 "Onward and Upward" July 17, 1997
"Ren Seeks Help"
53 "Naked Beach Frenzy" July 24, 1997
Fire Dogs
54 "Fire Dogs 2" July 31, 1997
55 "Altruists" September 7, 1997
56 "Stimpy's Pregnant" November 25, 1997

References[change | edit source]