Stimpy decides to create a cartoon show. Ren wants to help, but is convinced that he cannot do anything helpful. Stimpy allows him to be the producer, a job that turns out to be perfect for him. Whilst Stimpy toils away on the cartoon, Ren relaxes and enjoys a luxurious life. Finally, after many hardships, the cartoon is finished. Then the two of them go to show the cartoon to the animation genius Wilbur Cobb, who turns out to be unhinged.
After a long session of rambling, Wilbur allows them to view Stimpy's cartoon. The cartoon, entitled "I Like Pink", turns out to be a lot of nonsense, but Wilbur approves it. He then informs Stimpy that if he keeps up the good work, one day he will be where he is (prison). The episode ends with Wilbur sitting in an electric chair with Ren and Stimpy in his lap. He pulls the lever and all three of them are electrocuted.
- This is the first episode to air in 1994.
- This is the first episode to have someone else other than George Liquor to use the word "crap" and one of the only four episodes when Stimpy uses it (other episodes are "Bass Masters", Superstitious Stimpy", and "Wiener Barons"). The word was used once again in "Eat My Cookies" when Ren says "Cut the crap".
- The original 1994 SNICK airing contained scenes that were never shown again in re-runs and aren't available on DVD (Ren and Stimpy editing the film with a bicycle pedal, Ren talking on the phone while Stimpy carries papers, Stimpy clocking out when the sun comes up). Also, on the original airing, a few scenes were arranged differently and the sound mixing was different. It can be viewed here
- Wilbur Cobb is voiced by Jack Carter as he makes his first appearance of the show.
- Wilbur Cobb is an obvious parody of Walter Lantz, who died on March 22, 1994, a mere two months after this episode aired.
- Wilbur Cobb is named after Nickelodeon employee Will McRobb.
- According to John K., the "line producer" was originally going to be an exec but Nickelodeon changed it.
- This episode along with Ren's Brain, and Lair Of The Lummox are the last three episodes written by John Kricfalusi before or after being fired by Nickelodeon in 1992.
- After Ren throws out some of Stimpy's animation, 45 animation papers are seen but when it zooms out on the entire room, six papers are seen. There are a lot of papers thrown out.
- The episode uses digital ink and paint instead of traditional cel, however, the Flod segment uses traditional cel.