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Desc:A deleted scene from the John K. allegory.
Category:Cartoons & Animation, Religious
Tags:90s, Ren and Stimpy, nickelodeon, john k., Frank Gorshin
Submitted:Rangoon
Date:04/02/15
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Old_Zircon
When was this from? Around '96 or '97 I got a VHS tape with ostensibly every cut scene and a bunch of pencil tests from Ren and Stimpy and this was definitely not on it.
infinite zest
I think I remember this episode from the original run, but I could be wrong. Given that it's an allegory for what it's like to work with John K, it's make sense that it was buried like the arc of the covenant. I was curious though and through an easy google search found the whole episode:

https://youtu.be/SmcEU5WwdcA

with this scene intact except for the sandwich hats and the chant being shortened in a scene outside the building, which doesn't take away from any questionable material or the allegory, I don't think?

Old_Zircon
Ahh, this was after he left, no wonder I missed it. I couldn't really get behind post John K. Ren and Stimpy. Turns out all of the traits that make him an apparently awful person are also what made the show work.

infinite zest
Yeah, I don't really know that much about John K, just that he's kind of a creep. I remember seeing one of his shorts at a Spike and Mike that I sort of snuck into and it was weird and uncomfortable. All of a sudden some of my favorite scenes, like

https://youtu.be/XzuC8B46N_w

weren't that funny upon rewatching. OK it's still funny, but I sort of thought that was the highest echelon of fucked up, and not the result of an artist being "confined."

cognitivedissonance
John K.: Triumph of the Bipolar Will
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