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"Nurse Stimpy" is the fourth episode of The Ren & Stimpy Show. It originally aired as the second part of Episode 2 of Season 1 on August 25, 1991.


When Stimpy wakes up and finds out that Ren is sick, Stimpy gets an idea to take care of Ren until he feels better. First Stimpy takes a few tests on Ren he takes a blood pressure test, inflating and deflating Ren.

Next, Ren is supposed to take medicine. Stimpy brings a large spoon and gives him the medicine, which Ren dislikes and tells Stimpy, "That's some icky-tasting stuff! What is that anyway?" Stipy shows the label which reads "All purpose icky-tasting medicine". Four months later, Ren is still sick and Stimpy notices something smelly and points to Ren who hasn't washed in weeks, so Stimpy gives him a sponge bath.

Stimpy tells Ren to take off his fur so he can get clean. However, Ren refuses. Stimpy then tries to take off Ren's fur himself, which terrifies Ren and he says he'll take it off himself. In the bathtub Ren feels embarrassed by Stimpy washing him and Stimpy tells him no one can see him. However, people in the window witness the whole thing.

The next morning Stimpy gives Ren breakfast in bed, while Ren is reading the newspaper he sees an article saying "Ren Hoek takes bubbly sponge bath!! Hundreds witness soapy scenario!" which causes Ren to faint. After several tries and days Ren still isn't feeling better and Stimpy goes crazy about all the things he done for Ren. Then one morning Ren wakes up cured, and Stimpy is now sick. Ren now does everything Stimpy did to him.

Goodbye SegmentEdit

After Ren says goodbye, we are introduced to Stimpy's Magic Nose Goblins for the first time.

Production Music Edit

  • The Nutcracker: Russian Dance – Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky 
  • Symphony No. 6 Pastorale-1st Movement – Ludwig Van Beethoven 
  • Drama Link (b) – Hubert Clifford
  • Kiss of Fire (a) – David Bradnum, Bob Weston 
  • Lighting the Fuse (b) – Dick Walter 
  • First Night – Robert Earley, Clyde Hamilton 
  • Scheherezade (2nd movement) – Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov
  • Screw on the Loose – Tony Lowry 
  • Hollywood Holiday – Frank Samuels 
  • The March of the Ants – Sidney Crooke
  • Tom Fool – Van Phillips 
  • Hollywood Romance – Peter Yorke 
  • Fully Fashioned – George French 
  • Shock Horror (a) – Dick Walter 
  • Holiday Playtime – Cedric King-Palmer 
  • Dramatic Impact 5 – Ivor Slaney
  • Mists of Illusion – Gilbert Vinter
  • Heavy Affliction – Cedric King-Palmer
  • Stormy Passage – Cedric King-Palmer
  • Drama Link (n) – Hubert Clifford 
  • First Night – Robert Earley, Clyde Hamilton


To view the transcript, click here.


  • This is the first "secret cartoon".
  • In the start of the episode in the morning when Stimpy is checking Ren after seeing him not looking so good, he pulls his eyelid up high but on a zoom in it appears he's holding the eyelid lower.
  • Exactly how Ren recovered from the relapse is unknown, especially because it was very serious.
  • Miscoloured skirt

    Stimpy's skirt miscoloured red

    In one scene when Stimpy tries to pick up Ren from the bed, his skirt is red instead of white 
  • John K. was embarrassed by the number of mistakes in this episode and the overall poor quality. He refused to put his name in the credits, and is therefore listed as "Raymond Spum".
  • The people in the window are seen again in Stimpy's Fan Club.
  • This is the first episode in which Chris Reccardi is credited.


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