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A national treasure in an age of idiocy When Beavis and Butt-Head first appeared on MTV more than a decade ago, critics dismissed them as brainless couch potatoes who did nothing but watch TV and make lewd jokes about bodily functions. Today we know they were ahead of their time. Beavis and Butt-Head's unique idiocy profoundly changed television, movies, pop culture and the world. This historic box set, personally edited by creator Mike Judge, includes their finest episodes, specials, promos and guest appearances that so enriched a grateful and stupid nation.
Beavis is the one in the Metallica T-shirt. Butt-Head is the one in the AC/DC T-shirt. Hobbies include nose picking, head banging, and breaking stuff. Needless to say, they are very, very stupid. When not attending Highland High, (hardly) working at Burger World, or watching the boob (huh-huh) tube, they're harassing Mr. Anderson, who's often hiring them for some job or another. Emmy-winning creator Mike Judge (Office Space), who voices the characters, hand-picked the 40 shorts in this collection, including 23 director's cut editions.
Throughout the shorts, which were created for MTV, Beavis and Butt-Head do their worst. Stunts they pull on the dim-bulb Anderson, a prototype for King of the Hill's Hank Hill, include: Riding off with his mower ("Home Improvement"), chopping down his tree ("Lawn and Garden"), throwing his poodle in the washer ("Washing the Dog"), and destroying his golf clubs ("Pool Toys"). Fate has a funny way of catching up with the cretins, however, as when Beavis gets bit by a rabid dog ("Rabies Scare") and goes to hell ("The Final Judgement of Beavis") or when Butt-Head chokes on a piece of chicken ("Choke") and gets his mouth wired shut ("Patients, Patients").
Other characters include buddy Stewart, bully Todd, pinhead Principal McVicker, teachers Buzzcut and Van Driessen, and the Great Cornholio (Beavis's demonic alter-ego). Guest voices include David Spade ("Manners Suck"), David Letterman ("Late Night With Butt-Head"), and Gilbert Gottfried ("Right On"). As astute fans are sure to notice, this set omits the word "complete" from the title as Judge chose not to include those shorts he considers "really, really awful and embarrassing" (mostly those in which B&B set things on fire). Plus, there's more to come from seasons five through seven and the mini-documentary Taint of Greatness makes for a nice addition. --Kathleen C. FennessySee all Editorial Reviews
this show is so great that it makes me want to watch it over and over again. one of the best animated series I've watched so far.Published 29 days ago by darlene gonzalez
Sucks dude, best part was the video commentary back in the day. I thought it would be on here. Funny good nostalgia. Wish the vids were on it. Read morePublished 29 days ago by Ryan Kelley
this cartoon series molded my childhood to great awesomeness! I lvoe the part wherein Beavies and Butthead are reviewing different music videos. best animated series ever!Published 1 month ago by Brittney Conner
the duo of metal and fun! the moment I saw these two in MTV when I was nine, I knew that my admiration to their natural behavior will last a lifetime. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Pablo Robinson
If you analyze the setting and characters of this show, you will notice that it's not made just to diss different american metal bands and to show dumb things almost every... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Bryan Smith
I bought it used in good condition although I can't complain it was a good price, it was missing the sliver sleeve to the box and the episodes bring back memories.Published 2 months ago by Kristy86tx