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The infamous Ren & Stimpy episode "Man's Best Friend" was never aired on any Nickelodeon-branded network.

The following is a list of episodes that have been banned and/or censored.

Banned/Censored by Nickelodeon

These are episodes that were either banned or censored by Nickelodeon.

Nicktoons

The Ren & Stimpy Show

  • "Big House Blues": The dog catcher saying "See if I care!" was cut from the Nickelodeon airing for looking "too feminine", as was Ren kissing Stimpy and washing his mouth in a toilet. Strangely, clips of the latter scene were present in the show's intro sequence.
  • "Svën Höek": The scenes where Sven and Stimpy play together in Stimpy's litter box, along with Ren threatening to gouge both their eyes out, were not shown on the Nickelodeon airing. Both scenes are restored in the First and Second Seasons DVD, albeit the latter featuring a video timecode and rougher animation. Fans of the show have made a restored version of this scene without a timecode, which can be found online.
    • This episode was pulled from airing in early 2010. (Ironically, clips from the episode were used in at least one promo for The '90s Are All That in 2013.)
  • "Big Baby Scam": The entire "family bath" sequence was cut from later Nickelodeon airings around 1994 and the episode was later pulled from airing.
  • "Dog Show": George Liquor's name is censored in the Nickelodeon airing, instead being the simple "George, American". Much like its sister episode "Big Baby Scam", it was later pulled from airing. (Ironically, a clip of the episode's closing shot was used for Ren & Stimpy's "back to the show" bumpers from 1993 to 1996.)
  • "Stimpy's Fan Club": Was banned in some countries due to Ren threatening to kill Stimpy. The Oath bumper was cut in the UK, and some later airings cut out the gag of a man's butt appearing over Ren's face (indicating he feels like an a**).
  • "Out West": A clip of Abner and Ewalt tying nooses around their necks, along with Ewalt saying "Ya'll bring the kids now ya hear?", is cut in most versions of the episode. The two scenes are still intact on the Spike TV version.
  • "Powdered Toast Man": After the original airing, a scene where Powdered Toast Man burns the US Constitution and Bill of Rights was trimmed due to parents complaining about it. However, this scene still remains in international broadcasts, and on the DVD version of the episode.
  • "A Visit To Anthony": Hasn't aired in a decade on Nickelodeon. Believed to be banned. Most likely due to the extremely dark tone the 2nd half of this episode has or royalty issues involving "Anthony", who was a real fan who sent the first fan letter to the show and voiced himself in the episode.
  • "Son of Stimpy": A scene involving Stimpy asking a police officer about Stinky and being kicked out after is removed in all US airings, unfairly. However, it's still available on the DVD version. It should be noted that this scene was included in certain international airings, such as the Nickelodeon Japan airings.
  • "The Royal Canadian Kilted Yaksmen": During the anthem, "hell" is censored with a fart noise on Nickelodeon (also when it was rerecorded for the 1993 album You Eediot!), and scribbled out during the sing along at the last half. On MTV (until 2003), the anthem is seen uncensored which can been seen here.
  • "Man's Best Friend": Banned from airing due to scenes of brutal violence, cigar references, and scatological jokes. This episode wouldn't air on TV until TNN/Spike TV aired the episode as an unofficial premiere of Ren & Stimpy "Adult Party Cartoon" and with a TV-MA rating. This episode is available on disc 2 of the First and Second Seasons DVD as a bonus feature.
  • "Circus Midgets": Banned by Nickelodeon due to the word "midget" being potentially offensive to some viewers. It was last aired on Nickelodeon around 2000. Aired on NickToons around 2004/2005.
  • "Jimminy Lummox": On the Nickelodeon airings, a scene where Mister Pipe drinks the polluted water was trimmed. It originally had the aftermath of his hands melting.
  • "Hermit Ren": Banned by Nickelodeon due to the extremely dark and disturbing nature of this episode.
  • "Road Apples": Banned due to very graphic images (Ren being eaten by Vulture, Stimpy being ran over, and the bubbling sunburns on their backs). Episode later unbanned on the Nicktoons Network.
  • "Prehistoric Stimpy": Banned due to many risque jokes and the word "Buttplug" used by Wilbur Cobb.
  • "Farm Hands": Banned due to Ren briefly showing the middle finger.
  • "Ren's Retirement": Banned by Nickelodeon due to its dark subject matter. Later aired on MTV and NickSplat.
  • "Eat My Cookies": Banned in some countries due to heavy references to communism.
  • "Ren's Bitter Half": Banned for the same reasons as "Eat My Cookies". Both episodes are available on the Seasons Three and a Half-ish DVD.
  • "Powdered Toast Man vs. Waffle Woman": Banned from airing in America after September 11, 2001, due to a scene depicting the World Trade Center being destroyed. The episode would reair on NickSplat and MTV.
  • "Double Header": Banned due to multiple scenes of disturbing imagery. It last aired on Nickelodeon in late 2000.
  • "It's a Dog's Life": Banned for horrifically dark implications (Granny being killed by Mr. O), disturbing images (The dead, stuffed dog which shattered), and the ending (Ren and Stimpy being killed/stuffed with the also stuffed corpse of Granny). The episode was later unbanned when Nicktoons Network aired Ren & Stimpy, but was later banned due to complaints
  • "Ren Needs Help!": Banned for its disturbing subject matter, including one scene where Ren tries to commit suicide with the trash compactor after his possessions are destroyed. The scene of Stimpy visiting Ren and showing him a baby that resembles a guard is also cut in the US, because either it referenced gay marriage or it was deleted from airing altogether because of budget cuts to have that scene air on American television. The episode is still available on DVD.
  • "Bell Hops": Banned by Nickelodeon for unknown reasons.
  • "Dog Tags": Banned by Nickelodeon because of one scene where Ren tries to commit suicide.
  • "Reverend Jack": A scene involving Reverend Jack placing meat on Ren and Stimpy's heads, while chanting, was cut from all airings of the episode. It was shortened and re-edited over a shot of the meat truck with the choir music removed and re-scored. This scene can be found on YouTube.
  • "Sammy and Me": Banned due to its violent subject matter and potentially offensive jokes. The episode did not air on Nickelodeon and instead premiered on MTV. Nickelodeon did eventually air it in August 2000.
  • "The Last Temptation": Banned due to its religious subject matter. Much like its sister episode "Sammy and Me", it premiered on MTV and never aired on Nickelodeon until 2018 by the sister programming block for TeenNick, NickSplat.

Rocko's Modern Life

  • "Leap Frogs": Banned by Nickelodeon due to sexual innuendo. However, this episode it's still available on the Season One and The Complete Series DVDs and Paramount+.
  • "Jet Scream": This episode was temporarily banned after September 11, 2001 because of the theme of plane disasters but later re-aired on NickToons in 2002 like the other banned episodes of the series. It has since re-joined the NickRewind episode line-up.
  • "The Good, The Bad, and The Wallaby": In the original airing, there was a scene in which Heffer receives pleasure from a milking machine, though only his reactions are shown onscreen, and another scene where Heffer says goodbye to the Milk-O-Matic were cut from re-runs. The uncut version can be seen on the "With Friends Like These..." VHS tape as well as international airings of the episode, but for some reason, the Season 1 DVD set uses the censored version.
  • "Hut Sut Raw": In the original premiere of the episode, an innuendo was present in a scene where Rocko picks berries off a bush. After picking and eating one berry, Rocko picks what he thinks is another berry; a sudden roar is heard, and from behind the bush a bear emerges, yelping in pain and covering its groin area, who then runs offsreen, trampling Rocko flat in the process. After the first US airing, this scene was removed from US reruns. The censored version of this episode is used on all DVD releases in Region 1 from Shout! Factory/Paramount. This scene however allegedly remains uncut on the German DVD release of Rocko's Modern Life: The Complete Series, along with TV airings in Canada, Germany, and Hungary.
  • "Road Rash": The original broadcast of featured a scene in which Rocko and Heffer stop at what is suggested to be a love hotel (the "No-Tell Motel") advertising "hourly rates" and ask the horse desk clerk for a room, who infers the two will be engaging in intercourse. In all subsequent reruns on NickRewind (formerly Nickelodeon and NickToons), DVD releases and all international and streaming versions, a still image of the hotel is briefly shown before fading out to the next scene.
  • "Heff in a Handbasket": This episode was pulled by TeenNick, most likely for content due to Heffer selling his soul. For a long time, it was not broadcast on the NickRewind block, but has since permanently joined the line-up as of February 14, 2021.

SpongeBob SquarePants

  • "Help Wanted"
    • The moment when SpongeBob is about to jump out of his underwear was cut in Indonesia, likely for nudity.
    • The scene where SpongeBob serves up Krabby Patties to the angry anchovies while Tiny Tim sings "Livin' in the Sunlight, Lovin' in the Moonlight" was cut in Italy for unknown reasons. It was likely due to copyright issues or length issues.
  • "Ripped Pants": In some overseas airings of this episode, including Italy, the episode would end when the concert was just beginning.
    • In some countries, when SpongeBob's ripped pants are not shown. In the Hindi dub, all instances of SpongeBob's ripped pants are blurred for nudity.
  • "Jellyfishing": In early Polish airings, the scene where Patrick jams the net through Squidward's bandaged hand was cut, because it was deemed too violent. In the later airings, the scene was restored for unknown reasons. In Korea, the scene when Squidward gets stung by the queen jellyfish was cut for being violent.
  • "Plankton!": The scene when Plankton says, "Come back here, you swine!" is sometimes cut because the word "swine" is offensive in some countries.
  • "Naughty Nautical Neighbors": In early Polish airings, the scene where Squidward chokes on the fork is cut due to its violent content. In the later airings, the scene was restored for unknown reasons.
  • "Pizza Delivery": At the end of the episode, Squidward's line "Oh, my aching tentacles!" was cut in some countries due to the line being said at an inappropriate timing (causing the screen to go black when the line is said). It is also cut on the Nicktoons Collection Volume 1 Game Boy Advance cartridge. It is still left intact on digital releases, DVD releases, and NickToons airings. Sometime in 2013, it was also deleted from Polish and Greek airings.
  • "Pickles": In recent British and Irish airings, in the scene where SpongeBob is hammering a toast to his countertop using a nail and Mr. Krabs tells him that he needs to get his confidence back, the screen is zoomed in so that you cannot see the toast being hammered in, due to the dangerous action.
  • "Squeaky Boots": In recent British and Irish airings, the scene where SpongeBob sadly has his face on the grill is cut, due to the dangerous action of the scene.
  • "Scaredy Pants": In British and Irish airings, the scene depicting Patrick cutting chunks of SpongeBob's head is removed, although it was left intact on the UK and Irish DVD releases. Also, as of October 2020 onward, SpongeBob's line "Don't worry, it grows back" at the end, was cut for unknown reasons in Nickelodeon USA TV airings, possibly due to the line being said at an inappropriate timing (causing the screen to go black when the line is said). However, the line is left intact on digital releases, DVD releases, and NickToons USA airings.
  • "Neptune's Spatula": In Italian airings, the scene where Neptune opens the cloud to accidentally show Tom Kenny in the shower is cut, possibly because it was too inappropriate.
  • "Your Shoe's Untied": The scene where SpongeBob is watching a sea anemone "dancing" on his TV was removed (likely because of the innuendo) in the Filipino and Norwegian dubs.
  • "Procrastination": The original airing features a large gap of scenes where SpongeBob looks at his friends having fun outside, looks forward to getting his license followed by a drag racer crashing, then doing calisthenics. In most reruns, all these scenes have been cut, jumping right from when he says "This is harder than I thought" to "I can feel those juices pumping now!". The scenes have likely been removed because of the shot of Patrick applying sunscreen to Sandy looks like he is undoing her bikini top, and the shot of the drag racer crashing likely to stop viewers from imitating the stunt. The full version can still be found on all home media releases, while the digital releases use the edited version.
  • "The Algae's Always Greener": In Albania, "What? It's just an ordinary Krabby -- oh my goodness! Squidward!" scene was cut, likely because the mouldy Krabby Patty looked gross.
  • "Just One Bite": The original airing featured a scene where Squidward triggers a burglar alarm consisting of a bucket of gasoline that he mistakes for a bucket of water, which is spilled, lit on fire, and explodes (which Mr. Krabs installed the security system to keep anyone, and Plankton, out from entering) is cut out of later airings of this episode. Current showrunner Vincent Waller has confirmed in a statement on Twitter on June 4, 2018 that the removal of the scene was ultimately due to Nickelodeon being against the idea of a gag involving a match and gasoline. It was also due to a Standards and Practices issue. The scene can still be found on the VideoNow release, but all home media releases use the censored version.
  • "Mid-Life Crustacean": Banned from re-airing on Nickelodeon and NickToons in early 2021 due to storyline concerns, likely because of a scene where Mr. Krabs, SpongeBob, and Patrick go on a panty raid. The episode can still be found on The Complete Third Season and The First 100 Episodes DVD sets.
  • "SquidBob TentaclePants": The original airing had Squidward talking to a therapist after Sandy's machine exploded, and was deformed and misshapen into a liquid ball of the fused characters that was in the scene where Sandy's machine exploded. This scene was cut from reruns in certain parts of Europe due to being considered too gruesome, though it remains intact in the USA, UK, Ireland, Turkey, Canada, Spain, Germany, Poland, Norway, Sweden, Greece, France, Philippines airings, DVD releases, and digital versions.
    • However, in some areas of Kentucky, the ending scene where several different characters are fused with Squidward was at one point cut out, as the cable provider, Insight Communications, has been known to censor explicit content from television.
  • "House Fancy": The scene where SpongeBob accidentally rips off Squidward's toenail was cut in Indonesia because of a warning from the Indonesian Broadcasting Commission for being too violent and gross, despite the fact that the scene is dubbed into Indonesian and does remain on Netflix.
  • "Cephalopod Lodge": In the UK and Ireland, the screen going black as Squidward is stung on the tongue by a jellyfish is replaced with a still shot of the previous image, due to the screen going black in the original version.
  • "Life Insurance": In Indonesia and some countries, the sushi maker scene was cut due to violent content.
  • "Out of the Picture": In the UK and Ireland, the scene where the art appraiser pretends to hang himself to demonstrate to Mr. Krabs what "out of the picture" means is removed due to references of suicide or death.
  • "The Nitwitting": Three scenes are cut from the UK and Ireland: The first being when the Ice Cream King pins SpongeBob's pants, though a clip of it was left unedited in a Loud Horrid Sponge Awards video on the Nickelodeon UK website, the second being where Patrick hits the parking meter with a bat, and the third being when SpongeBob eats his badges after Sandy points them out, all three due to the dangerous action of the scenes.
  • "Pineapple RV": In the UK and Ireland, Squidward shouting "Idiots!" is cut out.
  • "King Plankton": In the UK and Ireland, the scene where Plankton tells the former chimp king to put the shrinking belt on themselves and the other chimps while they are falling out of the aquarium is cut out. This cut was made for seizure reasons.
  • "Mind the Gap": In the UK and Ireland, the scenes where Squidward uses a drill on SpongeBob's teeth and SpongeBob drinks bubble soap are cut out because kids might imitate it. In the scene in which Squidward pushes SpongeBob's teeth together, it works instead of the teeth pushing Squidward away, and in the scene in which the screw falls loose, the screw and holes in SpongeBob's teeth are removed. However, the captions still list Squidward laughing and SpongeBob gargling, despite these parts being removed.
  • "SpongeBob in RandomLand": The original airing featured an image of Squidward with wide, bloodshot eyes, referencing a creepypasta known as "Squidward's Suicide" or "Red Mist." This scene was included in U.S. airings from September to November 2019, but it was later pulled and replaced with baby Squidward filling up his diaper. International airings retain the scene.
  • "Breakin'": In the UK and Ireland, the scene where SpongeBob gets prepared for his big dance party in the Break Room is modified so that the wires and forks do not have forks inserted into them, due to fears that children would try sticking forks into wires and plugs.
  • "Lighthouse Louie": In the UK and Ireland, SpongeBob does not chew the hat up and blow it up; he just blows it up into the boxes, due to the dangerous action of the scene.
  • "Kwarantined Krab": This episode did not air in the United States because of the plot circulating around a virus, similarly to the COVID-19 pandemic. Despite these concerns, it has aired internationally.

The Fairly OddParents

  • "Farm Pit": The episode was temporarily banned from Nickelodeon because of references to the idea of a crime scene.

The Loud House

  • "One Flu Over the Loud House": Banned in almost every country due to the theme of sickness mirroring the COVID-19 pandemic. Before the episode was banned in all territories due to the zombie flu outbreak resembling COVID-19, it had already been banned in Poland due to prominent horror/zombie themes.
  • "The Price of Admission": Banned in every country due to being paired with "One Flu Over the Loud House".
  • "11 Louds a Leapin'": Banned from airing in Greece, Poland, Russia, and Central and Eastern Europe due to the presence of Clyde's fathers.
  • "Baby Steps": Banned in Greece, Poland, Russia, Central and Eastern Europe, Turkey, Indonesia, and Malaysia due to the presence of Clyde's fathers.
  • "Brawl in the Family": Banned from airing in Poland and Croatia due to being paired with "Baby Steps".
  • "Cheater by the Dozen": Banned from airing in Indonesia and Malaysia due to Bobby removing his pants and Clyde's reaction.
  • "The Whole Picture": Banned from airing in Central and Eastern Europe due to Clyde mentioning his fathers.
  • "Kick the Bucket List": Like "Baby Steps", this episode was banned in Greece, Poland, Russia, Central and Eastern Europe, Turkey, Indonesia, and Malaysia due to the presence of Clyde's fathers.
  • "Party Down": Banned from airing in Poland due to being paired with "Kick the Bucket List".
  • "Potty Mouth": Banned from airing in Poland due to being paired with "L is for Love"
  • "L is for Love": Banned from airing in Greece, Poland, Russia, Central and Eastern Europe, Turkey, Indonesia and Malaysia due to Luna and Sam's relationship.
  • "ARGGH! You for Real": Like "Baby Steps" and "Kick the Bucket List", this episode was banned in Greece, Poland, Russia, Central and Eastern Europe, Turkey, Indonesia, and Malaysia due to the presence of Clyde's fathers.
  • "Garage Banned": Banned from airing in Poland due to being paired with "ARGGH! You for Real"
  • "Change of Heart": Banned from airing in Poland due to being paired with "Health Kicked".
  • "Health Kicked": Like "Baby Steps", "Kick the Bucket List", and "ARGGH! You for Real", this episode was banned in Greece, Poland, Russia, Central and Eastern Europe, Turkey, Indonesia, and Malaysia due to the presence of Clyde's fathers.
  • "Snow Way Out": Banned from airing in Poland due to being paired with "Snow Way Down".
  • "Snow Way Down": Like "Baby Steps", "Kick the Bucket List", "ARGGH! You for Real", and "Health Kicked", this episode was banned in Greece, Poland, Russia, Central and Eastern Europe, Turkey, Indonesia, and Malaysia due to the presence of Clyde's fathers.
  • "Deal Me Out": Banned from airing in Poland due to being paired with "Friendzy".
  • "Friendzy": Banned from airing in Poland, Indonesia, and Malaysia due to the presence of Sam.
  • "Ruthless People": Banned from airing in Poland due to being paired with "What Wood Lincoln Do?".
  • "What Wood Lincoln Do?": Banned from airing in Greece, Poland and Turkey due to the presence of Clyde's fathers.
  • "The Write Stuff": Banned from airing in Poland due to being paired with "Racing Hearts".
  • "Racing Hearts": Banned from airing in Greece, Poland, Russia, Turkey, Indonesia and Malaysia due to Luna and Sam's relationship.
  • "Stage Plight": Banned from airing in the Philippines and Poland due to Luan and Benny kissing for the former and being paired with "Antiqued Off" for the latter.
  • "Antiqued Off": Banned from airing in Poland and Turkey due to the presence of Howard and Harold being mentioned.
  • "Cooked!": Banned from airing in Poland and Turkey due to the presence of Clyde's fathers.
  • "Love Birds": Banned from airing in Poland due to being paired with "Rocket Men"
  • "Rocket Men": Banned from airing in Poland, Russia, Turkey, Indonesia and Malaysia due to the presence of Clyde's fathers.
  • "Tails of Woe": Banned from airing in Poland due to being paired with "Last Loud on Earth"
  • "Last Loud on Earth": Banned from airing in Poland, Russia, Turkey, Indonesia, Malaysia and Finland due to the presence of Clyde's fathers for the former five, and prominent horror/zombie themes for the latter.
  • "Stall Monitor": Banned from airing in Poland, Russia, and Turkey due to the presence of Clyde's fathers.
  • "A Pimple Plan": Banned from airing in Poland due to being paired with "Stall Monitor".
  • "Exchange of Heart": Banned from airing in Poland, Russia, Turkey, Indonesia and Malaysia due to the presence of Clyde's fathers.
  • "Deep Cuts": Banned from airing in Indonesia and Malaysia due to the presence of Sam.
  • "Write and Wrong": Banned from airing in Indonesia, Malaysia and Croatia due to being paired with "Purrfect Gig".
  • "Purrfect Gig": Banned from airing in Poland, Russia, Turkey, Indonesia and Malaysia due to the presence of Clyde's fathers and Luna and Sam's relationship.
  • "Singled Out": Banned from airing in Poland, Russia, Turkey, Indonesia and Malaysia due to the presence of a same sex couple (Lainey and Alice).
  • "Brave the Last Dance": Banned from airing in Poland, Russia, Turkey, Indonesia and Malaysia due to the presence of Clyde's fathers.
  • "A Flipmas Carol": Banned from airing in Poland, Russia, Turkey, Indonesia, and Malaysia due to the presence of Clyde's fathers.
  • "No Bus No Fuss": Banned from airing in Russia and Turkey due to the presence of Clyde's fathers.
  • "Resident Upheaval": Like "No Bus No Fuss", this episode is banned from airing in Russia and Turkey due to the presence of Clyde's fathers.
  • "Flying Solo": Banned from airing in Russia due to the presence of Clyde's fathers.
  • "Dad Reputation": Like "Flying Solo", this episode is banned from airing in Russia due to the presence of Clyde's fathers.
  • "How the Best Was Won": Banned from airing in Russia and Turkey due to being paired with "Animal House", likely because of a scene where Mom has about to unhooking her bra to exposed her breasts and Dad touches her.
  • "Animal House": Banned from airing in Russia and Turkey due to being paired with "How the Best Was Won" due to the presence of Sam.

The Casagrandes

  • "Matters of the Kart": Banned from airing in Russia due to the presence of a family with two fathers.

The Patrick Star Show

  • "Late for Breakfast": In the UK and Ireland, the lightning effect on Patrick electrocuting himself on Cecil's head is modified so that the screen doesn't flash, to prevent seizures for viewers.
  • "Squidina's Little Helper": In the UK and Ireland, the lightning effect on GrandPat electrocuting himself by accident is modified so that the screen doesn't flash, to prevent seizures for viewers.
  • "Gas Station Vacation": In the UK and Ireland, the scene where the Star family crash their car into someone is cut.

Nick Jr. shows

Wonder Pets!

  • "Save the Puppy!": Banned by Nickelodeon due to its subject matter on potty humor which is considered unacceptable for television programs aimed to preschool children. The episode can still be found on the Save the Unicorn! and Season 1 DVD sets.

Bubble Guppies

  • "The Police Cop-etition!": Banned from airing after the murder of George Floyd. The episode can still be found on the Super Guppies DVD set.

Censored on DVD

Nicktoons

The Ren & Stimpy Show

  • "Ren's Toothache": Extended scenes of Stimpy brushing his teeth and Ren gritting his teeth in his sleep were cut.
  • "Haunted House": The entire "Bloody Head Fairy" scene was cut (including in UK broadcasts because "bloody" is a swear word in the UK; for example: "Bloody Hell!").
  • "Big House Blues": Both the uncut version and the version censored by Nickelodeon (see above) are present on The First and Second Seasons DVD. However, the special intro with a logo reading "Ren Hoek & Stimpy" was not present.
  • "Big Baby Scam": The family bath scene is present on the DVD, but Old Man Hunger whistling was cut. The third closeup of Ren being scratched by Mr. Pipe's stubble was also cut.
  • "Out West": Both Abner and Ewalt tying nooses on their necks, along with Ewalt's final line "Y'all bring the kids now, ya hear?", were cut. Both were aired on Spike TV.
  • "The Cat That Laid the Golden Hairball": Some scenes of the assembly line montage was removed.
  • "The Royal Canadian Kilted Yaksmen": "Hell" is still censored during the anthem, likely due to being transferred off the Nickelodeon version of the episode.
  • "Son of Stimpy": The police sketch artist scene is reinstated, but the extended scene of Stimpy in bed staring at the ceiling and Ren giving a Christmas present to a picture of Stimpy were cut.
  • "No Pants Today": The scene of Stimpy being dragged by Victor and his dad's car was cut.
  • "Stimpy's Cartoon Show": John K's credit, Ren clapping dust off his hands during the storyboard pitch scene, Stimpy punching out as the sun rises, Ren on the phone, and Ren snipping pieces of Stimpy's film were removed after the first airing, with the entire episode later being pulled from airing on Nickelodeon.
  • "Jimminy Lummox": Every scene of Ren trying to prank Stimpy is cut.
  • "Bass Masters": The scene of Ren loading the boat, the fish drinking the chum, and a brief shot of Wilbur Cobb is removed.
  • "Ren's Retirement": Stimpy using Ren, with clubs in his mouth, as a caddy is removed.
  • "Road Apples": The scenes of Ren being eaten by a buzzard, the silhouette of Mr. Pipe and Ren showering, and the scenes with Wilbur Cobb as the phantom are cut.
  • "Eat My Cookies": The "flying badge" scene is removed.
  • "Ren's Bitter Half": Dialogue between Stimpy and Indifferent Ren inside the TV is cut.
  • "Lair Of The Lummox": The entire "Chicken in a Drawer" bumper was removed, but was still aired on Spike TV.
  • "House of Next Tuesday": The whale vomiting seafood was removed.
  • "A Friend in Your Face!": Two seconds of the hotel grand opening was removed on the DVD for no explained reason.
  • "Prehistoric Stimpy": The scene where Stimpy removes pieces of Wilbur Cobb's face and imitates him is cut.
  • "Farm Hands": The aftermath of Ren and Stimpy losing their teeth and having to eat gravel "like the chickens do" is cut.
  • "Magical Golden Singing Cheeses": The scenes of Stimpy licking a frozen tree and the Man Eating Village Idiot driving off with the gas pump still in the tank are removed. The title card is also shortened for unknown reasons.
  • "A Hard Day's Luck": The entire test of generosity is removed.
  • "I Love Chicken": The scene of Stimpy giving Ren the chicken's dowry and giblets was removed.
  • "Powdered Toast Man vs. Waffle Woman": Waffle Woman's threat "I'm waiting for you, Powdered Toast Man, if you got the guts!" was cut.
  • "It's a Dog's Life": Ren and Stimpy walking to the gas chamber in the beginning is shortened.
  • "Egg Yölkeo": The opening pan of the village, Egg Yolkeo driving the car with his kidnappers, and Ren cradling the refridgerator with Egg Yolkeo inside were removed.
  • "Galoot Wranglers": One shot of the galoots reaction to the chicken leg car was deleted for unknown reasons.
  • "Ren Needs Help!": Ren being sent to the asylum, Ren's daily routine, and a visit from Stimpy and the baby are cut. However, a scene where Stimpy visits Ren to show him a baby he found is still showed in other countries, including the Canadian (Teletoon) and Japanese (Nickelodeon Japan) broadcasts.
  • "Feud For Sale": The scene with Ewalt's grandfather, the elephant receiving his commission, more of the salesman piling the guilt on Abner, and the salesman seeing Abner and Ewalt make up are all removed.
  • "Bell Hops": The scene of Ren and Stimpy filthying up the rooms is omitted.
  • "Who's Stupid Now?": The very beginning of Ren onstage setting up the episode's plot, and some dialogue between Ren and the producer at the conveyor belt are cut.
  • "Reverend Jack": The shot of Reverend Jack Cheese's skin hat and most of the meat ceremony is removed.
  • "Sammy and Me": Some dialogue between Ren and Stimpy over the latter's obsession with Sammy Davis is cut.
  • "The Last Temptation": Some parts of Stimpy making Ren's breakfast, two shots of Ren mowing the lawn at night, and a poolside scene are cut.

Rocko's Modern Life

SpongeBob SquarePants

  • "Help Wanted": Due to licensing issues with Tiny Tim's song "Livin' in the Sunlight, Lovin' in the Moonlight", this episode is not included on The Complete 1st Season DVD set.
  • "Kwarantined Krab": Due to its themes mirroring the COVID-19 pandemic, this episode is not included on The Complete Twelfth Season DVD set.

ChalkZone

  • "The Smooch": Due to licensing issues with the BaHa Men and their song "Coconut", this episode is not included on The Complete Series DVD set.


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