The Pope from 'Powdered Toast Man' makes a cameo in the baseball scene of 'Reverend Jack'.
Ren and Stimpy are show in the same uterus in this episode, this could mean they are biological brothers.
Stimpy: Oh hey, Ren! Care to join us for a dip?
Ren: Go on! Go swim in the pieth pool of sorrow! See if I care!
Stimpy: Okay, Ren! (jumps off diving board)
Ren: (gets drenched in water, revealing his underwear--pink with orange flowers)
Ren: Hey, Stimpy. Hurry up with my oatmeal! I'm starving!
Stimpy: Be ready in a sec.
Ren: It'd better be lumpy! You know how I hate runny oatmeal!
Stimpy: No problem, Ren. Lumpy is as lumpy does.
Ren: What's taking so long with my lumps?!
(as Ren says the following, Stimpy rushes making the oatmeal)
Ren: Hey! What're you doin' in there?! All right! Where's my dad-blasted oat--
(Stimpy arrives with the oatmeal)
Stimpy: (in a French accent and with a mustache) Voi'se sir lumps, missoure.
Stimpy: What seems to be the trouble, "ocifer"?
Officer: Trouble? Well for starters, you've got midgets stuck to your grill! And hauling this gas pump around isn't a pretty site!
Reverend Jack: Well, what are you standing around for? it's time to start the ceremony! Get my horn-rimmed glasses, tease my tri-colored meat wig, iron my shirts, dye my eyebrows, now shave my big bulbous toe, and what's with my butt? It's not flat and square enough!
(Ren and Stimpy release the meat fumes from their truck towards the kids)
Stimpy: Look at them gasp for air, how cute!
Rev: (looking at cow across the street) And behold, children. There stands the fallen angus now. Begone, bovine Judas and never cross my habachi, again!
'The Last Temptation' was one of the few Games cartoons to use digital ink and paint.
According to the DVD commentary, Bill Wray was no longer on staff at games when he painted the backgrounds for 'The Last Temptation', and was working from home. According to Wray, he painted 20 backgrounds in 2 hours.
The three original Nicktoons that aired on August 11, 1991 each had their own series revival, following their respective series cancellations (Doug in 1996, Rugrats in 1997, and Ren and Stimpy in 2003).
'The Last Temptation' was banned by Nick because of its controvertial-religious content and went unaired in some countries.
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