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Desc:John K's ultimate revenge: destroying any legacy his characters may have potentially had.
Category:Classic TV Clips, Horror
Tags:Ren and Stimpy, boogers, john kricfalusi, disgusting, Small Name Big Ego
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Comment count is 18
klingerbgoode - 2010-02-20
Disgusting. Unfunny. Inappropriate for anybody. 5 stars of evil.
klingerbgoode - 2010-02-20
also, blumpkin.

Pillager - 2010-02-20
Hadn't Nickelodeon all ready ruined the series after canning John K?

Candlejackv616 - 2010-02-20
Actually when Games got a hold of it, it wasn't that bad if at all. If anything I think when Nick was over his shoulder making him tone down shit and be more subtle/hide things in his cartoons, John K's work was waaaay the hell better, definitely better than this crap. New Ren and Stimpy made Nickelodeon Ren and Stimpy look like high art.

cognitivedissonance - 2010-02-20
Bear in mind that John K. was given Orson Welles creative control over the "Adult Party" cartoons, after Stephen Hillenburg turned down an "adult" version of Spongebob Squarepants.

You can read this two ways:

1. John K. is really that much of a hack, or

2. John K. had been planning this revenge for over a decade, and this may potentially be the greatest example of corporate sabotage in a very, very long time.

Bear in mind that immediately following the Ren and Stimpy Adult Party was Stan Lee's "Stripperella", so I'm thinking it's option #1.

Riskbreaker - 2010-02-20
Billy West did some good episodes, is just that John K has this mythical image build upon himself. As others said, nickelodeon tunning down this was a blessing in disguise. Ren & Stimpy where funny when they were subtle, when they were more bizarre/surreal than disgusting (see Space Madness episode) The best moments had little or nothing to do with body fluids.

In short: John K has the sense of humour of a frat boy obsessed with fart/puke jokes and gay innuendos. He's a good animator, that can't be denied, but he has no place at all working on a script.

Binro the Heretic - 2010-02-20
No he wasn't intentionally ruining Ren & Stimpy. This is what Kricfalusi wanted Ren & Stimpy to be. This is how his cartoons turn out when he's given free reign.

Nobody wants to admit he's a hack and the network's "meddling" was what made Ren & Stimpy worth watching.
Hodge - 2010-02-20
Not quite, I could be wrong but this is actually what the audience at the time said the wanted from a new Ren and Stimpy cartoon and JohnK delivered on that request.

joelkazoo - 2010-02-20
Stopped at 2:56, enough evil for me.

Spit Spingola - 2010-02-20
Not John K's best, but for what it's worth, I still laugh at Ren saying "how refined" next to Stimpy with a mouthful of snot.

Where's the "do up your fly" scene?
Xenocide - 2010-02-20
I think you're confusing "revenge" with "having long since burned off any talent he once had."
sosage - 2010-02-20
The guy really knows his shit when it comes to color/comp/animation...and implosion. Five for evil indeed.
oogaBooga - 2010-02-20
I almost wretched. John K needs to be filtered (I mean seriously, ripping friends? Fucking retarded)
klingerbgoode - 2010-02-21
so he was the one behind that? goddamn.

Big Muddy - 2010-02-20
"I forgot to make the gravy!" Ye gads, no more no more.
Merzbau - 2010-02-20
Wow, non-Billy West Stimpy sounds fucking awful.
Sudan no1 - 2010-02-21
I liked it, what are you guys talking about.
Riskbreaker - 2010-02-21
Especially the part where you can clearly see what a guy is about to spit?

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