The Ren & Stimpy Show (Season 6) (Johnsonverse)

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The sixth season of The Ren & Stimpy Show began on July 15, 2017 with the episode "Ren-Incarnation", and ended on February 10, 2018 with the episode "Eat Humble Pie".

The first season produced since its 1995 cancellation, this was also the first season not to air on Nickelodeon or any network owned by Viacom (now known as ViacomCBS), airing on Cartoon Network instead. It was also the first season with the involvement of creator John Kricfalusi since his 1992 firing, as his 2013 short Cans Without Labels was universally acclaimed; the series is now produced by Spümcø successor studio Spümtwø, which was created the previous year. Co-creator Bob Camp also returned to the show, as did Billy West (the original voice of Stimpy), and many original cast and crew members.

Finally, George Liquor was once again made a recurring character, voiced by Kricfalusi due to the 2010 death of his voice actor, Michael Pataki; Kricfalusi had voiced George in various projects since Pataki's death.


  1. Ren-Incarnation (written by John Kricfalusi, Bob Camp, and Tim Johnson) - After having been off the air for over 20 years, Ren and Stimpy find themselves on the air again, only to find themselves forced to cater to the (literal) fat cats' demands. Air date: July 15, 2017
  2. Fire Dogs III (written by John Kricfalusi) - In this sequel to the Fire Dogs episode, the duo must rescue a group of orphans from a burning building... only to bungle it severely.
  3. The Great Cats-bee (written by Tim Johnson) - In a parody of The Great Gatsby, Ren, as Nick Carraway, befriends Stimpy as the title character. He

Voice cast

  • John Kricfalusi as Ren Höek, Mr. Horse, and George Liquor
  • Billy West as Stimpson J. "Stimpy" Cat
  • Cheryl Chase


In 2013, the short Cans Without Labels was released. Touted as Kricfalusi's comeback project and produced in tandem with Tim Johnson, the short led to Cartoon Network's acquisition of the Ren & Stimpy franchise from Viacom in 2016. Three new seasons were greenlit immediately after the acquisition, and