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    Ren and Stimpy Adult Party Cartoon

    Ren and Stimpy Adult Party Cartoon

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    Spike TV (ended 2003)
    In 2002, John K. received a phone call from a cable channel called TNN (now Spike TV). TNN was struggling against other channels and decided to give the creator a new chance. In June of 2003, Ren and Stimpy returned with 3 all-new episodes (which used plots developed for the original Nick show), plus the classic episodes the way they were meant to be seen. The show continues the adventures of the duo from the cult classic cartoon series, placing them in a completely No-Nickelodeon-Censorship universe.

    Originally 6 episodes were due to appear during the summer of 2003 but were delayed for a year along with the rest of Spike's "Strip" (mainly because of the extremely risque "Naked Beach Frenzy" episode).

    Spike TV planned to bring the show back with the final remaining episodes on August 20th, 2004, but instead delayed the series once again and canceled the series in early December.

    John K is working on an APC DVD for a release later this year. (Confirmed on the MOTLOS Forums by John and Mike K)
    Schedule

    Spike TV (USA):
    June 26th-October 2nd, 2003:
    Thursdays at 10:00 P.M. (Adult Party Cartoon)
    Thursdays at 11:30 P.M. (The Ren and Stimpy Show, A.K.A., "Digitally Remastered Classics.")


    October 9th, 2003-February 1st, 2004:
    Off schedule (Adult Party Cartoon)
    Off schedule (The Ren and Stimpy Show, A.K.A., "Digitally Remastered Classics.")


    February 2nd-July 3rd, 2004:
    Delayed until further notice (Adult Party Cartoon)
    Tuesday through Saturday at 02:00-03:00 A.M. (The Ren and Stimpy Show, A.K.A., "Digitally Remastered Classics.")

    August 3rd-December 5th, 2004:
    On Hiatus

    December 5th, 2004:
    The show was sadly cancelled due to network stupidity.
    Start a petition to help get the show back on the air or to get Comedy Central to air the final episodes!
    Teletoon (Canada):
    No Longer Airs...moreless
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    MXC: Most Extreme Elimination Challenge

    MXC: Most Extreme Elimination Challenge

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    Spike TV (ended 2007)
    "MXC" (formerly known as "Most Extreme Elimination Challenge") is the ultimate in reality sports, where two teams of contestants are both physically and mentally challenged and eliminated through crazy and challenging games. To add to the fun, there's the hilarious commentary of Kenny Blankenship and Vic Romano, along with field reporter Guy LeDouche (and his many family members) and field marshall/referee Captain Tenneal.

    This program originally comes from a Japanese reality series called "Takeshi's Castle" that has been dubbed into English with comedic results that has nothing to do with the original format of the original program.moreless
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    MANswers

    MANswers

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    Got a stupid question? Chances are it will be answered on this Spike TV show. Get your fill of gross humor in this male-directed variety show. MANswers is like a magazine show filled with outrageous and off-the-wall subjects. Although some topics border on barely legal, you will be entertained. If you're looking for a fun way to fill your mind with nearly useless facts and trivia, you have found the right place.moreless
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    Stripperella

    Stripperella

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    Spike TV (ended 2004)
    From Stan Lee, the man who brought us such popular superheroes as Spider-Man and X-Men, comes this new kind of superhero in the form of the animated series Stripperella. Pamela Anderson provides the voice of Erotica Jones who is stripper by night and superhero Stripperella by even later at night. A show with something for everyone, Stan Lee promises that despite it's adult setting Stripperella is "really a family show...but for a highly sophisticated family." The stories are a little bizarre but considering the talent involved there is no doubt that it's entertaining. Also working behind the scenes is director Kevin Altieri, known for his work on the highly acclaimed Batman: The Animated Series, and writers Kevin Kopelow & Heath Seifert (a huge jump from being writers for Nickelodeon's All That), the two were brought on to give the show its comedic twist. With a name like Stripperella you can't expect the show to take itself too seriously. Like a cross between a Marvel comic and The Simpsons expect a clever mix of action and comedy. Pam herself works with the guys behind the scenes as a consultant and as a model for her character. As consultant she has the chance to add her input on the scripts as well as the style of the show. The Style A gritty, rock-video look, more jokes than you'll have time to notice, and all the action one stripper can handle. Not to mention voice cameos by celebs such as Kid Rock and There's Something About Mary directors The Farrelly Brothers. Kid Rock also does the theme song. Who is Stripperella? Pamela is the voice of Erotica Jones, a dancer at the local strip club, who always has time for her friends such as Persephone, a fellow stripper who is dating conjoined twins. But when duty calls Erotica becomes Stripperella an agent for T.H.U.G.G. and a superhero who fends off nasty villains such as Dr. Cesarean, a plastic surgeon whose evil plans involve giving unexpected women explosive breast implants made of nitroglycerin; Cheapo, a super-villain on a budget who makes his henchman share a gun; And Pushy Galore, a former genetic physicist who has learned to breed animals with designer logos on their skin and makes designer knockoffs out of her ex-husbands. What makes Stripperella a superhero? Stripperella has the ability to float to safety from tall distances courtesy of her enhanced hair. Watch out for her patented move 'Scissor-ella' which allows her to knock-out bad guys with her thighs (think Famke Jannsen as Xenia Onatopp in the James Bond film Goldeneye). If she allows you to touch her breasts then look out for trick because a gadget in the chest area of her outfit works as a lie detector and tells Stripperella if someone is lying when they touch it. But the most outrageous gadget at her disposal has to be the digital scanner placed under her tongue which she can use to upload pictures to a computer.moreless
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    This Just In

    This Just In

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    Spike TV (ended 2004)
    Welcome to the This Just Inguide at TV.com. If its in the news, and on your minds, Its on This Just In... The world changes every day, and This Just In's resident conservative Brian Newport isn't happy about it one damn bit. The kind of guy who says what everybody's thinking, Newport has no filter. If it's in his head, it's out of his mouth and there's absolutely no stopping him -- no matter what how much his friends are going to have to duck and cover. And whether it's a visit from Ted Kennedy, losing his favorite bar to women, or throwing a "Warfare" to raise money for the military still in Iraq, one thing is for sure: If it's in the news, and on your minds, it's on "This Just In." Brian Newport- Outspoken, opinionated, unabashedly politically conservative and quick to crack an inappropriate joke, Newport is both the center of the hurricane and the cause of it. A speak first, think second kind of guy, apologize eventually kind of guy... you can always count on Newport to either say what everybody's thinking, or what everybody wishes he wouldn't say at all. Jimmy Townhouse- Newport's best friend, and the guy who constantly has to apologize for his pal's occasionally over the top opinions and actions. A teacher, a moderate democrat, but most importantly a friend -- Jimmy knows that Newport is a pretty decent guy who is usually doing the right things for the wrong reasons. Townhouse is the calm, chewy center of "This Just In." Craig Tindle- The guy who was cool, fun, and a blast to be around... until he got married and surrendered his spine and goals along with his penis A house husband who is only a few Dr. Phil episodes away from total puss-dom, Tindle went from being in customer service for a major department store, to customer service for his wife Hu. Newport and Townhouse hope to some day see the Craig they knew before marriage... but for all they know, that guy died with Kurt Kobain. Craig Tindle isn't just a married guy -- he's a cautionary tale for every man who fears the worst in marriage. Sami- A third generation Latina studying poly sci at a nearby college, Sami is smart, beautiful and ridiculously and annoyingly leftist. Sami has big ideals, big goals and some big buttons Newport loves pushing. At 23, Newport considers her the loud, naive, misguided liberal little sister he never had... that he would probably try to sleep with were it not for that icky socialist thing. Hu Tindle- Shrill, strong willed, smart and dangerous, Hu's neoconservatism makes Newport's moderate right wing politics look like a trip through what's left of Ted Kennedy's brain. But more than their occasional political differences, Newport and Hu find themselves at war over Craig -- each claiming equal rights to him (Newport through friendship, Hu through marriage) and each having no qualms about tearing what's left of his soul to shreds to make their point.moreless
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    Gary the Rat

    Gary the Rat

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    Spike TV (ended 2003)
    Attorney Gary Andrews doesn't know why, but he recently metamorphosed into a feral six-foot rat. Some say his "change" might be karma for being so bad. Until Gary figures out why he's like this he has decided to try and function the best he can in a "human" world. Outraged at his new appearance, Truman, a tenant in Gary's expensive apartment building, has hired exterminator Johnny Bugz to get rid of Gary for good.moreless
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    The Conspiracy Zone

    The Conspiracy Zone

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    Spike TV (ended 2002)
    The Conspiracy Zone is a half-hour comedic discussion on a specific conspiracy topic. There is a guest panel, which includes three guests who are experienced in the topic. There is a second part of the show where a fourth guest who comes out; usually they are connected directly/indirectly involved with the conspiracy. As Kevin Nealon says, "If we've made just one person a little paranoid, we've done our job."moreless
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    The Joe Schmo Show

    The Joe Schmo Show

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    Welcome to The Joe Schmo Show guide. Season Two: Two people, looking for love in all the wrong places. But nothing could be more wrong than this. Meet Tim Walsh and Amanda Naughton. Two real people, in search of romance on a reality show that they don't know is fake. In a parody of reality-romance programs, the two new marks believe they are on a program called Last Chance for Love. What they don't know is that they have actually been cast and Joe and Jane Schmo and they are the only real people on program filled with actors and actresses. They're once again playing reality-show stereotypes, such as the Gotta-Be Gay Guy and The Weeper. Familiar parody-elements return including ridiculous competitions and over-dramatized eviction ceremonies - the "Pearl Necklace" and "Flame of Love" ceremonies. And given the type of show, it wouldn't be complete without "shocking" twists - this time in the form of the Falcon Twist, perhaps a parody of the apple of Eden. Also present is host Ralph Garman, returning in disguise as Derek Newcastle, the "pompous but randy British host." In the fourth episode, things took a twist when the producers revealed to the original Jane Schmo, Ingrid, what she had suspected all along: the program was fake and the only other real person on it was Joe Schmo, Tim Walsh. She was then asked to join the show as one of the actresses in exchange for $100,000. Following another Falcon Twist, Amanda was added as the new Jane Schmo. The second season of The Joe Schmo Show has come to an end. Tim and Amanda learned the truth about their experience and seemed to take it in good spirits. It seems that the crew of the show has moved on to other things, including the 2005 SpikeTV "reality miniseries" Invasion Iowa. Season One: How will it end? When will he know? They're all actors working from a script, but he thinks it's real. Matt Kennedy Gould signed up for what he thought was a reality show called Lap of Luxury. This program has all the trappings of a reality show, from challenges such as "Pampering Competitions" (reward challenges) to an "eviction ceremony" and reality-show stereotypes such as "The Grizzled Veteran" and "The Gay Guy." It's set in a luxurious mansion and seems like it should be a great time, but there's something important that Matt doesn't know... he's the only real competitor and the others are all paid actors striving to make him crazy. The prize is $100,000, but can Matt, or rather "Joe Schmo," survive long enough to cash in without losing his mind? In the stunning finale, Joe learned that the program was a fake and he was the winner of all the prizes on the show, including the $100,000 grand prize. An attempt was made to revive these episodes in repeats as Mo' Joe Schmo Show, but this flopped and was pulled from the airwaves. The entire first season is now available, uncensored and with many special features, on DVD.moreless
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    The Dudesons

    The Dudesons

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    Spike TV (ended 2008)
    Spike TV is bringing Finland’s version of Jackass to the states. The Dudesons follows four friends as they dare each other to perform stupid stunts and crazy antics in the Arctic Circle.moreless
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    Factory

    Factory

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    Spike TV's first original comedy series is about four work-weary slackers in a small town factory and their efforts to avoid accomplishing actual work tasks. Strangers with Candy co-creator Mitch Rouse directs, produces, and stars in this offering.moreless
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    Raising the Roofs

    Raising the Roofs

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    Spike TV (ended 2006)
    This is an unscripted comedy series that stars Michael Roof, Jr., and his back-country family as themselves. Michael hails from a tiny town in Florida, but left that life far behind to seek his fame and fortune in Hollywood. Or at least he thought he left it behind--until his dad and uncle show up for an extended visit, pet pig and all. Will these small-town men make it in the big city? And will Michael's sanity--and career--withstand the presence of his family?moreless
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    MoCap, LLC

    MoCap, LLC

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    A dark comedy that originated on the web and quickly gained a huge number of fans, this comedy reveals the day-to-day operations of a low-rent motion capture studio trying to make it in the video game industry. This popular web series debuts on the small screen courtesy of Spike TV.moreless
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    Super Dave's Spike-Tacular

    Super Dave's Spike-Tacular

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    Spike TV (Mini-Series 2009)
    Daredevil superstar Bob Einstein reemerges for this Spike TV mockumentary which follows Dave as he prepares for a death-defying stunt in this four part mini-series.