Nothing can interrupt Stimpy’s afternoon "Muddy Mudskipper" except perhaps a commercial for his favorite catbox filler "Gritty Kitty Litter." Stimpy can’t contain himself when he learns of a poem contest where the prize is a guest appearance on They Muddy Mudskipper Show. Stimpy gets right to work on his ‘ode to ‘Gritty Kitty,’ "Gritty Kitty aint’s so pretty, but it’s really thick…" He wins the contest, and takes Hollywood by storm! But in the end, he gives up his fame and fortune for true friendship and returns to his best buddy and pal Ren Hoek.
Here we have the basic Stimpy figure of the bunch. Brightly colored like his cartoon counterpart, Stimpy here could've been a real winner...if only he wasn't wearing a sad expression his his face. Seriously how much worse could the sculptor for this figure miss the mark then making one of the most HAPPIEST and JOYOUS characters in the world of animation...unhappy and forlorn?
To give the sculptor the benefit of the doubt, he could've reasoned that "Well hey Stimpy's action feature is a a protruding, red bump that appears on his cranium. He's obviously not going to be singing 'happy happy joy joy' about this." But if the sculptor did any of his homework, he'd know that Ren & Stimpy's creator John Kricfalusi clearly stated that "Stimpy only has one nerve ending in his entire body. He...[See More]
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