Apr 2, 2018
Modern TV animation owes a lot (or perhaps everything) to The Ren and Stimpy Show, a humble little Nicktoon that came out of nowhere and rewrote the rules of what a kids' cartoon could get away with. Despite its troubled co-creator and nightmarish production problems, Ren and Stimpy thrived for five solid years as a shining example of what an artist-driven cartoon could be. And for our podcast exploration of the series, we chose the best possible episode, Stimpy's Invention, and the best possible guest: Thad Komorowski, author of the must-read oral history about the show. So strap on your happy helmets and listen in to a podcast that'll make your grandmother suck eggs!