Ren Seeks Help
Studio: Spumco Release Date : July 3, 2003 Series: Ren and Stimpy Adult Party Cartoon

Cumulative rating:
(5 ratings submitted)

Associated Studio(s)

Carbunkle Cartoons
Bigstar Enterprise
PiP Animation Services Inc.


Ren has done something to Stimpy that is awful enough to leave Stimpy in tears and Ren with pangs of guilt. He decides to seek help from Mr. Horse, where he tells the tale of his childhood.


Ren Höek
(Voice: John Kricfalusi)
Stimpson J. "Stimpy" Cat
(Voice: Eric Bauza)
Mr. Horse
(Voice: John Kricfalusi)



John Kricfalusi


Michael "Mike" Geiger


John Kricfalusi
Richard Pursel


John Kricfalusi
Eric Bauza
Mike Kricfalusi
Cheryl Chase


Fred Osmond

Animation Director

Bob Jaques


Steve Stefanelli
Helder Mendonca
Jeff Amey
Derek Bond
Tavis Silbernagel
John Kricfalusi


John Kricfalusi

Background Design

Nick Cross

Background Color Stylist

Kristy Gordon

Layout Supervisor

Helder Mendonca


Spike TV (Original broadcast network)


Ren and Stimpy Adult Party Cartoon (Season 1, Episode 2)


United States

Ren & Stimpy: The Lost Episodes

Technical Specifications

Animation Type: Combined Standard (Digital Ink and Paint) Animation and Live-Action
Aspect Ratio: 4 : 3 (Television)
Color Type: Color
Original Country: United States
Original Language: English
Print Type: Video (NTSC)
Sound Type: Stereo

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From ToonStar95 :

Especially knowing what we know now, this tale of the twisted life of Ren really says a lot about the workings and outlook of his creator.
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From TibbyH :

I could instead make some wise-crack as a way to avoid critiquing this filth, but I'm just too bummed. The fact something as toxic, unfunny, poorly drawn, and politically/socially concerning as this was deemed A-OK to be aired on TV is just pathetic and insulting. Not just to decent well-adjusted people of the world, but to artists. So many creative, interesting and charming cartoons could've been made with the money instead of this half-a**ed attempt to be an "adult comedy" and capture 90s kids nostalgia. Adult Party Cartoon is an insult to women, minorities, members of the LGBTQ+ community, good taste, and animators.
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