Beavis and Butthead 5 Seasons 1994

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Season 2
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(117) IMDb 7.6/10
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2. Party, What's the Deal, Wet Behind the Rears, and Animation Sucks TV-14 CC

Episode 2

Starring:
Mike Judge, Dale Revo
Runtime:
23 minutes
Original air date:
January 1, 1994

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Party, What's the Deal, Wet Behind the Rears, and Animation Sucks

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Product Details

Genres Music, Comedy
Director Mike Deseve, Isa De La Rosa
Starring Mike Judge, Dale Revo
Supporting actors Tracy Grandstaff, Kristofor Brown, Rottilio Michieli, Adam Welsh, Christine Walters, Dean Julian, Masako Kanayama, Jennifer Jane Emerson, Sam Johnson, Lori Nasso, John Andrews, Peter C. Gourdine, Frank Welker, David Spade, David Herman, David Koechner, Monica Keena, Guy Maxtone-Graham
Season year 1994
Network Mike Judge
Producers Trez Bayer, Christina Norman
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Customer Reviews

I loved this show when I was younger and I still love it to this day.
Travis W.
I don't know if I was laughing because it's still stupid (good) or just reminiscing on how it think it was (stupid good) either way I enjoyed it.
meja
Great DVD menus and configuration, as Music Videos are with other entertaining special features separate from the show.
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews

37 of 39 people found the following review helpful By TheBandit VINE VOICE on June 22, 2006
Format: DVD
Unlike the first volume, where Mike Judge edited dialogue bits out of more than half the episodes, the dreaded "director's cuts" are nowhere to be found. Some reviewers here have suggested that this volume also contains altered versions of the cartoons, but all that is missing from them (as usual) are the music videos. The harsh fan reaction regarding the edited first volume apparently got back to Mike Judge, because he made the right decision to keep this batch in their original form.

Contrary to some reviewers' claims, even after Volume 3 all the episodes will not have been released to DVD. Mike Judge has made it clear that Volumes 1-3 will contain roughly two-thirds of the total episodes. He considers the rest to be too poor to be included.

I happen to agree with Mike Judge that, generally speaking, the later episodes are actually better than the earlier ones. But I still strongly disagree with his decision to leave approximately one third of the episodes unreleased.

I'm glad the episodes collected here are complete. As for the bonus features, they are okay - I'm not sure there's really enough to justify the third disc. The main featurette (Taint of Greatness Pt 2) is only about 20 minutes long - several minutes shorter than part one - and is very heavy on episode clips. The selection of music videos is probably the only feature that most people will return to.

For those who have the Time-Life DVDs, you will find many duplicate episodes (though not quite as many as with the first volume).
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25 of 30 people found the following review helpful By Phillip E. Jones on May 25, 2006
Format: DVD
Fans will be happy to hear that creator Mike Judge has not made any cuts to the episodes that comprise volume 2! As Beavis would says, "Cuts suck! THEY SUCK, SUCK, SUCK!"

Here is a breakdown of what the volume 2 box set will contain:

Disc # 1: Episodes

- Plastic Surgin'
- Stewart Moves Away
- Top O' the Mountain
- Bad Dog
- Lightning Strikes
- Party
- What's the Deal
- Wet Behind the Rears
- Animation Sucks
- Candy Sale
- Here Comes the Bride's Butt
- Pregnant Pause
- Oil Change
- History of Women
- Beavis, Can You Spare a Dime?
- Premature Evacuation
- Bang the Drum Slowly Dumbass
- Close Encounters
- Vidiots
- Tired

Disc # 2: Episodes

- Whiplash
- Spare Me
- Womyn
- Murder Site
- Another Friday Night
- Patsies
- Spanish Fly
- Sexual Harassment
- Green Thumbs
- Bus Trip
- Blood Pressure
- Feel a Cop
- US History
- Date Watchers
- Gang of Two
- Stewart is Missing
- Prank Call
- Babysitting
- Buttniks
- Bungholio: Lord of the Harvest

Disc # 3: Bonus Features ("Hee, he said 'bone'!"):

- Music Videos:

- Beastie Boys "Sabotage"
- Seaweed "Kid Candy"
- Pantera "I'm Broken"
- Mercyful Fate "The Bellwitch"
- Compulsion "Delivery"
- Madonna "Secret"
- Six Finger Satellite "Parlour Games"
- Pizzicato 5 "Twiggy, Twiggy"
- Rush "Stick It Out"
- Radiohead "Fake Plastic Trees"
- Extreme "Hole Hearted"
- Helium "Pat's Trick"
- MC 900 FT.
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12 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Yvonne P. Joseph on September 13, 2006
Format: DVD
Here is another round of Beavis and Butt-Head's trademark stupidity! Thankfully with this second collection of (selected) Beavis and Butt-Head classics, Mike Judge left the episodes intact.

One of my favorite episodes is "Beavis, Can You Spare a Dime?', where the boys learn how to beg from a beggar on the street. It becomes hilarious when the boys attempt to apply what they learned. Butt-Head informs a woman approaching that he 'was born without any arms or legs' -- and he's standing before her physically sound! The woman scolds him, and tells him what he's doing is not nice. In "Premature Evacuation", Highland High is faced with a bomb threat. School principal McVicker announces for the building to evacuate. Only Beavis and Butt-Head remain and seek out the bomb, with their expected shenanigans. What often amazes me with Beavis and Butt-Head is that they have no regard for being tidy. As they probe the school kitchen in search of the bomb, opening cabinets, they sort through the items, and thoughtlessly drop them on the floor, allowing the contents to spill out. Then they just keep moving without giving their careless actions another thought! When Beavis comes across the 'bomb' ticking away, he and Butt-Head fight over it while slipping on some of the spilled contents of the food items they dropped on the floor. For our beloved morons, keeping an explosive is 'cool'. They give no thought that their lives are in danger as they wrestle with it in their grip. Even when a bomb specialist arrives and orders them to release it, Butt-Head tells him "Uh...No!"

"Blood Pressure" has become another favorite episode of mine. At a grocery store, the boys come across a blood pressure machine, which they think is a kiddie ride.
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