Ren and Stimpy Adult Party Cartoon

Season 1 Episode 6

Firedogs 2 (2)

Aired Thursday 10:00 PM Jul 24, 2003 on Spike TV



  • Trivia

  • Quotes

    • Chief: Hey, hang on. I gotta take a leak. Hey, Waitress! Where do you piss around here?!?
      (Waitress points to the bathroom area. Chief walks into the Ladies' room. Women inside start screaming.)
      Chief: (from bathroom door) Aw, save it, sisters. I ain't got nothing you've never seen before. Well, maybe you ain't seen it. (hear pants zipping) Here you go. Present for you. (women scream from bathroom door again)

    • Fire Chief: Here ya are, Tommy! (hands Stimpy a cigarette)
      Stimpy: (cheerfully) OOOOOH no-no thank you! I don't smoke.
      Ren: Ah, shut up and live a little!
      : (happily) Well... oo-oo-OKAY! Maybe just this once! Gimme.
      (Stimpy grabs the cigarette, puts it in the wrong direction in his mouth, and lights the butt. He tries to inhale, but as the cigarette starts falling apart and ignites, Stimpy coughs and gags and turns green.)

    • Stimpy: (running around with a large turd, trying to get rid of it before the Fire Chief's date arrives) It's as big as a baby, Ren!

  • Notes

    • During the scene where the Fire Chief is talking to the lady while hanging out of the car, Ren is on the wheel and then in the close-up, he is off the wheel.

    • The same painting of a nude woman that hangs in the Fire Chief's apartment in "part one," hangs in the Pizza place Ren, Stimpy, and the Fire Chief dine in.

    • Premiered in the 11:30pm timeslot (usually used for Classic episodes), due to the fact the episode was running late in production and TNN wasn't sure if they'd have it in on time to run. The 10pm slot was filled with a rerun of Stripperella.

    • More "Ralph Bakshi Sitcom" segments were supposedly filmed, but the episode ran long, so they were left on the cutting room floor.

  • Allusions

    • Fire Chief: "You love me, Eddie, don't you?"
      This line and Ren's scratchy, drawn-out "I ... love ... you ..." (which Stimpy has to force out of him) was inspired by a gag from an episode of John K.'s other series, "The Ripping Friends."