The Ren & Stimpy Show

Season 4 Episode 12

Galoot Wranglers / Ren Needs Help!

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Aired Sunday 11:30 PM Mar 04, 1995 on Nickelodeon
5.2
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Galoot Wranglers:
Wild Wibur Hickcobb retells a story to Ren and Stimpy about the bygone wild gallots of the open range the people that were after them to claim as their own.

Ren Needs Help!:
 Stimpy finally has Ren committed to Shady Brain Farm Insane Asylum where some other familiar faces are seeking help as well.moreless
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  • Games Animation finally does something Smart for a change! :idea:

    9.5
    There's no doubt in my mind that I wasn't the only person in the world crying out for "Ren and Stimpy" to dump this abomination of a mistake called Wilbur Cobb. My childhood friend Roscoe actually wished Nickelodeon would kill him just to put Roscoe out of his misery! Although I never would've expected for Nickelodeon to actually listen! While it wasn't possible for the series to rise up to the high standards that John K. had set up, at least Now it could get a lot closer to those standards after ditching the creepy cartoon character! Not only did the episode feature as little on-screen time of Wilbur Cobb as possible, I found the episode to be very sweet in a way. There's one scene of Stimpy looking at a Galoot, and that look is of true love. Hint, hint! :lol: And if that wasn't proof enough, just get a look at Stimpy when he's forced to say good-bye to his favorite Galoot and Stimpy says that Stimpy loves his Galoot! That scene just says it all! Though the series wouldn't reach the same high caliber of a plateau as it did under John K., at least it could now finish off the rest of the series with mostly the same uninhibited, unrest-rained, uncontained, irrelevant humor that made this show such a big hit with kids and adults who 'got' the humor in the humor in the first place! This is why I like this episode! Enough said! :Dmoreless

Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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  • TRIVIA (3)

  • QUOTES (5)

    • (Ren examines a galoot he and Stimpy have captured)
      Ren: Better take an earwax sample. (does that, cuts the sample in half, and counts the rings in it) One...three...he's 36!

    • (Stimpy is visiting Ren with a baby)
      Ren: (looking at the officer next to him) Aww. Isn't he cu--(sees that the baby and officer look strangely alike and stares at the camera)

    • Ren: Hey. Where is the stupid doctor?
      Mr. Yak: Shh. Here comes Dr. Sloth now.
      (Ren falls asleep while waiting for Dr. Sloth)
      After a while...
      Dr. Sloth: Ahem. Let's get started, shall we?

    • (The Shady Brain Farm people come to take Ren away, but, thinking Ren's chair is Ren, inject it with a fluid and start to take it away)
      Stimpy: Wait! That's not Ren! That's Ren!
      (We see Ren and he's all gross-looking from his encounter with the garbage disposal)
      Shady Brain Farm People: Come here, you! (they take him away in their truck)
      Stimpy: Goodbye, Ren. Bye. Have fun!

    • Muddy Mudskipper: What problem? Why don't you just ask about his problem?
      Mr. Yak: Oh, no you don't. (points to Muddy Mudskipper) He just wants me to say it.
      Dr. Sloth: Say what, Mr. Yak.
      Muddy Mudskipper: I was simply trying to discuss his problem with the word...
      Mr. Yak: No, don't do it.
      Muddy Mudskipper: Cheese!
      (while in a panic state)
      Mr. Yak: HE DID IT!
      (Mr. Yak pulls out a cheese grater and grates his behind)

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  • ALLUSIONS (2)

    • Several people: Cheese!

      One of the inmates, a yak, takes a cheese grater to his his butt when anyone mentions cheese. A reference to several of The Three Stooges' shorts, in which Curly would flip out over certain audio and visual cues and have to be calmed down by Larry and Moe. The most famous was "Pop Goes the Weasel" in 'Punch Drunks', but there is a less famous short set in the Wild West. Curly would get upset and violent and scream "Moe! Larry! Cheese" if he saw a mouse. The boys would calm him down by feeding him cheese.

    • Lobotomized Ren: The bombing starts in five minutes.

      A famous line (possibly apocryphal) attributed to Ronald Reagan during the the Cold War. The former President erroneously uttered it into a hot mike right before a radio address.

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