Fire Dogs 2 (Part 1)
Studio: Spumco Release Date : July 17, 2003 Series: Ren and Stimpy Adult Party Cartoon
  1. General Info

Cumulative rating:       (2 ratings submitted)

Associated Studios

Carbunkle Cartoons / Bigstar Enterprise

Synopsis

In this sequel to “Fire Dogs”, the fire chief Ren and Stimpy worked for turns into Ralph Bakshi and allows the two to move in with him.

Characters

Ren Höek
(Voice: John Kricfalusi)
Stimpson J. "Stimpy" Cat
(Voice: Eric Bauza)
Fire Chief
(Voice: Ralph Bakshi)

Credits

Director

John Kricfalusi

Story

John Kricfalusi
Richard Pursel
Eddie Fitzgerald
Vincent Waller
Jim Smith

Voices

Ralph Bakshi

Animation Director

Bob Jaques

Storyboards

John Kricfalusi
Jim Smith
Eddie Fitzgerald
Vincent Waller
Jose Pou

Creator

John Kricfalusi

Broadcasters

Spike TV (Original broadcast network)

Television

Ren and Stimpy Adult Party Cartoon (Season 1, Episode 3)

Video Information

DVD

United States

Ren & Stimpy: The Lost Episodes

Technical Specifications

Aspect Ratio: 4 : 3 (Television)
Color Type: Color
Sound Type: Stereo
Print Type: Video (NTSC)
Original Language: English
Original Countrie: United States

Reviews and Comments

From TibbyH :

Total waste of effort on all accounts.
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From PopKorn Kat :

This episode takes the worst aspects of “Adult Party Cartoon” and commits them to celluloid. The pacing of this episode is glacial, and both parts of the episode could have fit in half the time. Even then, it still wouldn’t have been much better, writing-wise—the episode is one big animation in-joke. Apparently we’re supposed to assume that anything having to do with John’s former employer is hilarity in and of itself. (It’s not.) Overall, I feel this episode and "Part 2" are some of the worst episodes of the entire Ren & Stimpy body of work, period.
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Screenshots

Submitted by TibbyH


History

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        • TibbyH
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        Sources

        John Kricfalusi: Creator
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        Ralph Bakshi: Voices
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        John Kricfalusi: Story
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        Richard Pursel: Story
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        Eddie Fitzgerald: Story
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        Vincent Waller: Story
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        Jim Smith: Story
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        John Kricfalusi: Storyboards
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        Jim Smith: Storyboards
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        Eddie Fitzgerald: Storyboards
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        Vincent Waller: Storyboards
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        Jose Pou: Storyboards
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        Bob Jaques: Animation Director
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        John Kricfalusi: Director
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