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"Space Madness" is the 5th episode of Season 1.


Sugar Frosted Milk SegmentEdit

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Commander Höek and Cadet Stimpy are on a 36 year mission in space. The first sign of trouble comes when Ren has an outburst over Stimpy tapping his finger on the table. Stimpy attempts to calm him down with food (from a tube), but this causes another outburst from Ren, who wants real food. Stimpy runs Ren a bath and turns off the gravity to help him calm down. While in the bathtub, Ren begins talking to himself in a crazy way. He mistakes the bar of soap as an ice cream bar and begins eating it while floating past Stimpy in the airborne bath water. Stimpy finally notices that something is wrong and confronts Ren, but Ren thinks that he's trying to take his "ice cream" bar. Stimpy has no choice but to tackle him. Unfortunately, Ren believes that Stimpy attacked him because he has space madness. Therefore, he puts Cadet Stimpy in charge of guarding the History Eraser Button. All goes well until the announcer goads Stimpy into pressing the button. Upon the button being pressed, their existence and seemingly the existence of the show is erased from the world.

Production MusicEdit

  • Turkey Trot – John Longmire 
  • Maniac Pursuit -Trevor Duncan 
  • Bits and Pieces – Ronald Hanmer 
  • Saw Theme – William Trytel 
  • New World Symphony- 1st Movement – Antonín Dvořák 
  • War Lords – Robert Cornford 
  • Drama Link (m) – Hubert Clifford 
  • Dramatic Impact (3) – Ivor Slaney 
  • Roses and Moonlight – Alan Moorhouse
  • Mists of Illusion – Gilbert Vinter 
  • Drama Link (b) – Hubert Clifford 
  • Thieving Magpie Overture – Gioacchino Rossini 
  • Smouldering Fury (a) – Trevor Duncan
  • Drama Link (j) – Hubert Clifford 
  • Drama Link (o) – Hubert Clifford
  • Savage Episode – Len Stevens 
  • Inferno – Frederic Bayco 
  • Death in the City – Jack Beaver
  • Heavy Affliction – Cedric King-Palmer 
  • Drama Link (m) – Hubert Clifford
  • Dramatic Impact (3) – Ivor Slaney 
  • Night on Bald Mountain – Modest Mussorgsky 
  • Drama – Van Phillips
  • Bits and Pieces – Ronald Hanmer


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  • This is the first "Commander Höek and Cadet Stimpy" episode.
  • This is one of the many times we see Ren lose his mind.
  • If the gravity was off, why didn't the entire tub float? One explanation to this is that the tub was bolted down.
  • "We're not hitchhiking any more, we're riding!" is a quote from the movie Champion.
  • When Ren first shows Stimpy the button, there is writing above it that says "History Eraser Button". Afterward, the writing disappears.
  • Ren doesn't take off his fur to bathe in this episode.
  • During the fake commercial for Sugar Frosted Milk, the box clearly has a picture of a girl with her mouth open at first. Then suddenly the picture changes to a girl with sugar frosted milk in her open mouth. Also, the cereal box's position shifts slightly when the boy comes into the kitchen.
  • When the boy comes into the kitchen, the table is square. But when the boy picks up the box and says, "Oh boy, sugar frosted lumps!" the table is suddenly round.
  • The "Don't touch it!" sound clip is used as one of the many comedy replacement sounds in the fan-made Doom WADfile Ultimate Simpsons Doom.
  • This is the first episode aired on Nickelodeon animated by Carbunkle Cartoons. The first episode animated by the studio was Big House Blues, which would not air on Nickelodeon until September 15, 1991 (a week after this episode premiered).
  • This is the only Commander Hoek and Cadet Stimpy episode animated by Carbunkle Cartoons.


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