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George Liquor is a recurring character. George is portrayed as a far-right man who is so extremist that he considers Democrats to be communists. After John K. He's never referred to as "George Liquor" and his appearance is a prototype de. When Robin Ren comes to her rescue, he blasts him with giblet gravy from his turkey baster.
Defeated, George allows Robin to take Maid Moron. Unlike the rest of his appearances, he was voiced by Harris Peet, who also voices Muddy Mudskipper. When Ren and Stimpy rummage through his garbage in an attempt to find food, he chases them off with a golf club, responding to the audience that he did it because he works hard for his filth.
Like "Robin Hoek", Harris Peet voices him instead. George disliked a majority of the competition and sees the two as better candidates, even rubbing Stimpy intrusively in Mr. Horse's face in order to get him past the preliminaries. After he tries to get Ren to be judged in the final round, Ren refuses and sarcastically tells him to do it himself, to which George does and ends up winning the competition.
He starred in the episode " Man's Best Friend ". In this episode, he adopts Ren and Stimpy from a pet store for companionship. The next day, he puts them on a rigorous training regime in order to mold them into 'champions'. The regimen soon proves too much for the pair, and after he tells them to attack him in order to learn how to protect him, Ren takes the opportunity to take an oar and beats him to near death as revenge for their abusive treatment.
Despite this, George is impressed and declares Ren a champion.
The episode was soon banned because of Ren's violent behavior, although several other factors included the scatological jokes, as one exercise George prepared for them was trying to housebreak Ren and Stimpy, with the former by doing pushups with his behind onto a newspaper, and the latter by giving him a newspaper article about mudslides. The cigar references were another factor, as each time Ren and Stimpy mostly Stimpy succeeded in an exercise, he would reward them with rubber cigar treats.
He made his fifth and final appearance in " Powdered Toast Man ". He's seen in the background with other characters like Stimpy and Mr. Horse, watching as Powdered Toast Man is sworn into office. After this, George Liquor never made another appearance on the show. As Nickelodeon despised the character, they allowed John K. He was partnered up with his relative named Jimmy the Idiot Boy who, like Ren and Stimpy, he attempted to mentor into a 'champion'.
He also became the unofficial mascot of Spumco at this time, appearing in much of the promotional artwork and he also received his own comic book series, in which he attempted to turn his nephews into 'real men'. Ren and Stimpy made no appearance in the comic book, as Nickelodeon ended up keeping the rights to the characters.
George was meant to appear in more episodes besides these five appearances, but Nick objected to every one. There was an episode meant to feature George liquor program Liquor camping with Ren and Stimpy, but Nick objected to it, which led the crew to write " Fire Dogs " in an afternoon. This episode eventually became " The Great Outdoors " which featured Ren and Stimpy camping in the woods. This episode's original plotline was meant to be revived for the Adult Party Cartoonbut the idea was once again scrapped when the series was cancelled.
Slab and Ernie also appear in another bumper in which they kick a turtle out of its shell to watch Squidbillies. George is a far-right extremist, as well as an arrogant and highly religious man, to the point where John K. He's highly patriotic, as shown by how he introduces himself as "George Liquor, American" and favors right wing ideas, such as corporal punishment. He tries to teach people how to be 'champions' which oftentimes involve painful george liquor program.
In "Man's Best Friend", he attempted to train Ren and Stimpy to be his pets, by forcing them to do pushups in order to make them housebroken, yell at them to misbehave by sitting on his couch in order to teach them discipline, and finally have Ren assault him in order to teach them how to protect or attack. During this, he bullied Ren by telling him that he was afraid of discipline and didn't deserve any respect.
George appears to dislike animals on his possessions, as shown by how he didn't allow Ren and Stimpy to sit on his couch and in "The Boy Who Cried Rat", he didn't allow them to go through his garbage. He also has a low opinion of "smart mouths". He also has a low opinion of animals, considering them 'lower life forms', although he did admit that he needed the company of them. In "Man's Best Friend", he kicked his goldfish out of the house and made the two sleep in its george liquor program.
Despite his, George still has good intentions, as he attempts to mentor people into becoming 'champions'. However, most of the ways he comes about achieving them are dimwitted or ill-thought out, to the point where Ren has a negative opinion of him and refers to George as 'that big dummy'. George also shows a certain level of respect for people he considers to be 'true champions', such as Ren. Popular s. The Big Shot! Waffle Woman The Scotsman in Space. Characters Community Back. Episodes Characters Community Back. Explore Wikis Community Central.
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