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Beavis and Butt-Head is an animated comedy about two dim-witted teenaged boys, both voiced by series creator Mike Judge. They live in relative squalor in Highland, Texas, where they attend high school and perform poorly, often being unable to answer even the most basic questions about the curriculum. Mr. McVicar, the school's principal, considers them a nuisance. One of the teachers, Bradley Buzzcut, attempts to use discipline to deal with them, while their hippie teacher, David Van Driesen, prefers a gentler approach. Neither approach gets them to behave well. When Beavis consumes too much sugar or processed foods, he becomes hyperactive, pulls his T-shirt over his head and starts calling himself The Great Cornholio.
When they are not at school, they are either working minimum wage part-time jobs at Burger World, doing favors for Tom Anderson, their elderly neighbor, or sitting at home watching television. Much of the time, they comment on which music videos they like and dislike. Usually, they prefer heavy metal and alternative rock to other genres; their favorite bands are AC/DC and Metallica, of whom they usually can be seen wearing T-shirts. Their friends include Daria Morgendorffer, a sullen young woman, Stewart Stevenson, a chubby, impressionable adolescent, and Todd Ianuzzi, a ne'er-do-well whom Beavis and Butt-head idolize, though the feeling is not mutual.
Though the show was controversial when it premiered on MTV in 1993, it quickly caught on with viewers and ran until 1997. During its original run, it spawned a theatrical feature film, Beavis and Butt-head Do America, and a spin-off, Daria. In 2011, MTV commissioned new episodes for the series.
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Mike Judge returns with moderator Johnny Knoxville to unveil the all new episodes of Beavis & Butt-head at San Diego Comic-Con 2011.
Beavis and Butt-Head think an abortion clinic is a whorehouse; The boys are trapped on a broken elevator with a beautiful woman.
Principal McVicker decides to teach Beavis and Butt-head a lesson when they are guilty of cheating. Later, the boys find themselves on the witness stand.
Beavis and Butt-Head travel back in time to the 19th Century; The boys try to open a massage stand in the mall.
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It's time to play the music! It's time to light the lights! Beavis and Butt-Head are probably going to talk about their nads tonight! I'm like a horrible, horrible Jason Segel. Welcome back to another romp of merriment and whimsy with "Beavis And Butt-Head." Today, the boys discover the magic of unicorns and friendship when they meet a magical elf they name Bum-Wipe, who teaches them to love again. Nah, just yankin' your chain. A deadly chemical spill evacuates Highland, and these two decide they're going to go "check it out.
Sorry, everybody. Beavis and Butt-Head won't be horning in for turkey and cranberries this Thursday. Come on. Even MTV gives the blissfully stupid a day off here and there. Chin up, though! The little peckerwoods will be back Dec. 1 at 10 PM ET/PT with a double-length episodes called "Here For The Chicks" - are they ever anywhere for anything else? - and we've got a preview to whet a few weeks of appetites. Unfortunately for the horny twosome, things once more get a little lost in translation.
Sunday is God’s day. That’s cool. Thursdays at 10 PM ET/PT? That’s Beavis’ time. Welcome, ladies, gentlemen and others, to the fifth episode in the triumphant return of “Beavis and Butt-Head” to a network that had no idea how much it really needed these two. This week, the little man-children’s misadventures follow a somewhat natural progression: first, they get “supersized” for love; then, as always follows the supersize, comes the “Bathroom Break.
If you watched "Beavis and Butt-Head" during the little pecker-woods' first eight seasons, you knew they wouldn't come back without this moment. You waited. You anticipated. And now, after a mere three weeks back on their old stomping grounds, the darker side of Beavis has returned. He means business . . . . for his bunghole. But first, there's the business of these two being all they can be. For them, that's not exactly the highest bar of potential, but sometimes Uncle Sam just isn't that picky.
Few things lately have felt so nostalgically comforting as knowing that new "Beavis and Butt-Head" episodes once more light up TV screens every Thursday. Sure, we all accepted pretty easily 14 years ago that the little dumb-asses' reign as symbols of the height of MTV's powers had come and gone, and that creator Mike Judge suddenly had bigger fish to fry - namely, a prime-time network show on Fox with a familiar look but more subdued tone called "King Of The Hill." Nevertheless, if you grew up with these two decidedly mature-audience-oriented bastions of pubescent idiocy, you can't tell me it wasn't just a little bit exciting in 2010 when Judge and MTV struck a deal at least one more short run of brand new episodes.
Welcome back, ye lovers of morons, to the church of Beavis. Render unto Cornholio those nachos which are Cornholio's. So, what have my favorite idiots been up to this week? Well, in "Daughter's Hand," they watch an Elizabethan drama and show the world that Rule 34 of The Internet is well and truly thriving: "If it exists, there IS porn of it." No exceptions. When the original hetero life-mates see a true gentleman ask of a man his daughter's hand, Beavis is truly inspired.
Already going into withdrawals awaiting more wit and wisdom from Highland's Finest? We figured. Don't fret. Start your Saturday sitting beneath The Learning Tree with Beavis and Butt-Head -- or at the very least, a preview of the second episode of the recently returned MTV show's ninth season. Come. Gather beneath Beavis' wood. Uh huh huh . . . I said "wood" . . . So, what happens when these Dynamos of Dumbassery have a Come-To-Jesus chat with the returning Tom Anderson about men, women, love and marriage? A generation gap meets a communication breakdown, that's what happens.
Within seconds, I was 12 years old again. There was a black screen. Then there was a nasal “Heheheh.” And then a more guttural “Huh huh huh.” Then at last, that sweet guitar riff. Welcome back, Beavis. And welcome back, Butt-Head. The world needs you. It’s been 14 years, but the Dumbass Duo are back in Highland. They haven’t aged a bit. They haven’t grown older. They’re not an IQ point wiser. But they just might be even funnier than I remember.
Oh. Hell. Yes. Tonight, it happens. “Beavis and Butt-head” return to television tonight at 10 p.m. EST on MTV. And we've got a little something special to help mark the occasion. Here's a hint: think spray-tanned garden gnome. Apparently, when he resurrected his most infamous creations, Mike Judge had a cloud with a silver lining. MTV quit giving a Snooki some time ago about music videos, leaving Beavis and Butthead not a lot of material onto which they could spread their own mentally challenged snark, but luckily, the show has produced more “Jersey Shore” than any human being could ever deem necessary.
MTV's lineup is an interesting blend of reality shows, documentary shows, and scripted programming that somehow seems to hang on despite the huge successes of the reality/documentary offerings of the network. But I say kudos to MTV for continuing to put out scripted TV like "Teen Wolf" or the new "Death Valley" when they could easily bank on more shows like "Jersey Shore." Read on for premiere dates and times for all of MTV's new and returning shows this fall, including the triumphant return of "Beavis and Butt-Head.