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George Liquor (often taking his epithet as George Liquor, American ), most famous for his appearances on The Ren and Stimpy Show, is a cartoon character created by John Kricfalusi and is a mascot for Kricfalusi's defunct animation studio, Spümcø. Kricfalusi created George Liquor as a patriotic, outspoken, politically conservative character. Kricfalusi described Liquor as his favorite character to animate.
George was voiced by Harris Peet in his first starring episode of The Ren and Stimpy Show and has been voiced by Michael Pataki since. George Liquor appeared in episodes of The Ren and Stimpy Show, the episodes of The Goddamn George Liquor Program, comic books, webcomics, internet cartoons, and advertisements. According to Kricfalusi's blog, a new webtoon starring George is currently in development. It will be sponsored by Pontiac Vibe.
Kricfalusi described George Liquor as "the greatest American" George harbors a deep antipathy for the political left; in one issue of Spümcø's Comic Book, George Liquor becomes enraged after a fish calls him a Democrat. According to Kricfalusi's "George Liquor Story Bible," George is a middle-aged, crass, religious, ultra-patriotic American who favors his nephew, Jimmy The Idiot Boy,
Liquor lives in the fictional city of Decentville, USA. George strongly believes in discipline and corporal punishment; his motto is "it's discipline that begets love". In an issue of Comic Book, Liquor questions how parents can love their children without spanking them.
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