"Egg Yölkeo" is an episode of Season 4.
- Ren as Renwaldo
- Stimpy as Stimpleton
- Egg Yolkeo
- Colonel Scrambolio
- Mrs. Buttloaves
- Frozen Chicken as the Magical Fairy
Ren (as Renwaldo) creates a son made from egg yolks and names him Egg Yölkeo. But when Egg Yölkeo gets kidnapped and taken to Las Vegas, Ren is distraught and tries to find him.
Renwaldo, the Egg Smithëe, feels his life is unfulfilled and so makes his own son out of egg yolks, wishing that he were a real boy. To bestow the 'boy' with sight, Renwaldo stitches in brass button eyes, gives him locks of his own hair for warmth and a part of his own brain for intelligence. Stimpleton, his assistant, supplies the clothes (Lederhosen) he takes from a corpse dug up from a graveyard.
Despite their efforts however, Renwaldo grows depressed that his 'son' remains a lifeless clump of egg yolks and desperately wishes for a real son. His wish is granted that night by a headless chicken fairy who brings Renwaldo's creation to life through a salt shaker. The next morning, Renwaldo sees his new son and tearfully rejoices, naming him Egg Yölkeo. Egg Yölkeo drools and is seemingly capable of only giving gargled screeches as speech. Renwaldo however, loves the boy dearly, crafting him a bed in the fridge and spends time teaching him table etiquette and driving. This catches the attention of two swindlers, who are an anthropomorphic beatnik strip of bacon and slice of toast, who kidnap Egg Yölkeo to perform shows in Las Vegas, leaving Renwaldo completely distraught. Renwaldo then created a new son out of fruits and vegetables, which he quickly rejected and wanted his "real" son back.
When Renwaldo eventually finds out where his son is, though, he immediately goes to Vegas to retrieve him. Egg Yölkeo proves to be a hit sensation with the crowd and when Renwaldo bursts into the studio to take him back, is run over by crazed fans who proceed to tear Egg Yölkeo apart in their frenzy. Renwaldo throws himself into the mass and succeeds in saving his son, albeit Egg Yölkeo has now been reduced to just a head. They return home and Egg Yölkeo weakly garbles to his father that he loves him. The next morning, Renwaldo happily awaits spending time with his son again, only to find his bed empty again. He then notices Stimpleton eating an egg salad sandwich and, realizing what has happened to his son, screams in panic, which Stimpleton probably doesn't knows that Egg Yölkeo have returned home last night and thought he was just some random pile of egg for an egg salad sandwich. His cries surprise Stimpleton, who opens his mouth. From inside, Egg Yölkeo is heard, uttering a final 'I love you daddy' before he is ingested. The episode ends with panicked Renwaldo screaming hysterically, as he freaks out because Stimpleton just ate Egg Yölkeo alive, leaving Renwaldo distraught all over again, and his son lost again, this time permanently.
- When Stimpleton gives Renwaldo the Lederhosen, they are green but in the next scene where Egg Yölkeo is wearing them they are now red.
- Aragonaise - Georges Bizet (Title card & Opening)
- Gounod: Funeral March of a Marionette - Lee Ashley [OGM] (Ren making a son)
- Traps - Richard Harvey ("But you are incomplete.")
- Danger Zone - Mike Sunderland (Stimpy grave robbing)
- String Sustain - David Farnon [CPM] (Stimpy in the doorway)
- Drama Link (d) - Hubert Clifford (lederhosen)
- Symphony #9 - C Major Op Posth D 944 - Franz Schubert ("Is he not my spitten image?")
- Lonely Violin - Dick Walter ("I'm living in a dream world!")
- This Will Be Our Day - Graham Preskett (Ren praying)
- Nutcracker-Sugar Plum Fairy - Peter Tchaikovsky, Fiachra Trench (chicken fairy)
- Symphony No. 6 - Pathetique - Movement 4 - Peter Tchaikovsky ("Son? It's true, you're alive!")
- Nimrod - Edward Elgar, John Fox [not on APM site] ("A quality boy such as thee needs an excellent name.")
- Rule Britannia - Anthony Wakefield [CPM] ("...Eggyolkeo!")
- Gossec: Gavotte - Lee Ashley [OGM] (at the breakfast table...)
- Fly by Night - Montague Ewing (Eggyolkeo driving)
- ? (toast and bacon talking)
- Finders Creepers - Paddy Kingsland (Ren wakes up the next morning)
- Drama Link (b) - Hubert Clifford ("I smell...")
- Dramatic Impact 5 - Ivor Slaney ("BACON!")
- Magical Effect (c) - Paddy Kingsland (Ren cries)
- Skyscraper City - Ronald Hanmer ("Well uh, whaddya think, cat?")
- Danger Ahead - John Fox ("What are you looking at? You're not my son!")
- Deep Drama - John Fox (Ren runs outside and yells "Eggyolkeo!")
- Bierkrüg'l Polka - Georg Schwenk (Stimpy sitting on Ren's back)
- The Happy Street - Otto Sieben (exterior of club)
- City Desk - Ronald Hanmer ("Check it out, chicks.")
- The Killing Ground (a) - Richard Harvey ("Like, walk the skillet, man.")
- Intrepid - Christopher Payne, Paul Rogers [CPM] ("Skillet!")
- The Gunfighter - Franco Micalizzi, Roberto Pregadio [removed from APM site] (colonel introduced)
- Tarantula - Simon Benson ("And as for you, my little prairie oyster...")
- Harmonica Stings F - Paul Lenart, Richard Rosenblatt (colonel laughs)
- Morning from Peer Gynt Suite No. 1 - Edvard Grieg (a paper blows on Ren's face)
- Gay Activity - Clive Richardson (Ren runs off)
- Appearing Live (a) - Dick Walter (establishing shot of concert)
- Big Show Theme - Robert Sharples ("...Eggyolkeo!")
- Johnny Too Bad 2 - Steve Byrd (Eggyolkeo's concert)
- Hit and Run - Ralph Dollimore ("Get your hands off my eggs!")
- The Love Affair (a) - Dick Walter ("Here we are, son, home sweet home.")
- Rossini: Morning from "William Tell" - Lee Ashley [OGM] ("Day has come, and I am anew!")
- The Serpent's Song (a) - Stephen Wick (Stimpy eating Eggyolkeo)
- Terror by Night - Hubert Clifford ("Egg salad sandwich?!?!")
- Drama Link (k) - Hubert Clifford (Ren freaks out)
- Drunk as a Skunk - Grahame Maclean (ending comedy sting)
- This episode is a parody of Disney's second animated feature Pinocchio, released in 1940.
- Colonel Scrambolio is a parody of Stromboli from Pinocchio.
- The anthropomorphic beatnik strip of bacon and slice of toast are a parody of Honest John the Fox and his sidekick, Gideon the Cat, from Pinocchio.
- Unlike Pinocchio, Egg Yölkeo didn't have a conscience and never did become a real boy. Instead he died at the end when Stimpleton accidentally ate him, leaving this story to have a very unhappy ending.
- This episode is one of the few that shows Ren (as Renwaldo) to have a kind, gentle, caring, compassionate and nurturing side.
- Ren and Stimpy were also called Renwaldo and Stimpleton in an earlier episode, "Magical Golden Singing Cheeses" as poor and hungry "dirt smiths".
- This is the final episode to be aired in 1994.
- This is the final episode animated by Wang Film Productions.