The animation was vibrant, the stories intriguing as they were silly, and parts were almost unsettling; it was a show that attempted to teach no lessons while managing to make numerous children ask odd questions about what they'd seen. Re-watching it now as an adult, you're likely to see a different side of the odd duo. Most children watch this cartoon about a neurotic Chihuahua and idiotic farting cat without giving the finer points much thought, simply giggling at the physical humor and gross gags, but past a certain age, there's much more that sticks out. This isn't just about farting in the bathtub and watching the bubbles pop up, hair in the worst places, bulging veins, or Stimpy's magic nose goblins a. The show also depicted the characters having extremely detailed mites in their ears, losing a tail, or pulling their own eyes out.
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The series originally ran from June 26, to August 20, , after a negative reception. The show's creator, John Kricfalusi , had many altercations with the network,   eventually culminating in his termination. Some of the original voice cast members returned, with the notable exception of Billy West , original voice of Stimpy and voice of Ren and Mr. Horse after Kricfalusi's termination, who turned down the role, as he thought it was a terrible idea and that voicing Stimpy in it would damage his career.
In the early s, a cable network known as TNN now Paramount Network was rebranding itself into Spike TV , and as part of that rebranding wished to break into the late-night adult animation game that [adult swim] had just proved lucrative. While they already had some shows in production, they wanted another cartoon that could serve as a flagship series for their animation block. Thankfully, fellow Viacom-owned cable channel Nickelodeon had a certain cartoon in its vault starring a sadistic chihuahua and a dopey cat that just so happened to be a hit with college students during its initial run. Sure, its creator was booted off the original production because he couldn't ship an episode on-time if his life depended on it, and even ignoring that, was widely rumored to be an incredibly difficult person to work with.