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Beavis and Butt-Head Do America
Collector's Edition, 10th Anniversary Special Collector's Edition, Special Edition
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Our intrepid adolescent heroes wake up to find their beloved television stolen, and embark on an epic journey across America to recover it, and, who knows, maybe even score. On the way they encounter a murderous smuggler of a deadly virus and his treacherous wife, an FBI agent with a predilection for cavity searches, a couple of rather familiar looking ex-Motley Crue roadies, Mr. Van Dreesen singing "Lesbian Seagull", a little old lady and of course Mr. Anderson and his trailer. Can the Great Cornholio save the day? Uh-huh. Huh-huh.
- "The Big Picture" retrospective making-of segment
- "We're Gonna Score!" featurette with Mike Judge and composer John Frizzell
- "The Smackdown" montage
- "Celebrity Shorts"
- TV spots
- Teaser trailers
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The synopsis is right out of a B&B episode, albeit perhaps an incredibly long one. Awakening one day from a bizarre dream brought on by a movie on TV, our two favorite couch potatoes discover that, oh horror of horrors, their precious TV has been stolen! They embark on a quest to recover it. Thwarted first in their attempts to steal a TV from school by the untimely appearance of Mr. Van Dreson, then by Butthead's clumsiness and the untimely appearance of Principal McVicker, the two hightail it to Tom Anderson's place, where they discover that he has a camper. And, more importantly, the camper has a TV in it! Hell yeah! Posing as a couple repair men here to, "Look at the TV," as Butthead puts it, they win their way inside. Not satisfied with just watching TV however, they decide to get something to drink from the fridge, which unfortunately isn't working. Upon discovering that the beer is warm due to the faulty fridge, Beavis spits it out...all over the TV, effectively breaking it. They then discover a hotel proclaiming free TV, and are then mistaken for hitmen. They are hired by Muddy Grimes (Bruce WIllis) to, "do his wife," as he says, and thus begins the misadventure. Upon reaching Vegas, they are caught by the very woman they were sent after (played by Demi Moore, who turns out to be every bit as ruthless as her husband. She puts them on a bus bound for Washington D.C. telling them that she'll be there to meet them. Into the midst of this comes Agent Flemming (played by the late great RObert Stack), a no-nonsense ATF agent accompanied by his hapless sidekick Agent BOrk. The two are in pursuit of a new biological weapon stolen by the Grimeses, which unknown to the titular duo, has been secreted on one of their persons by Dallas. The two quickly find themselves involved in a bizarre series of misadventures involving everything from mistaking a confessional booth for a porta potty, impersonating a pair of priests and making a would-be confessor humiliate himself in various ways, to getting lost in a desert and in so doing meeting two men whose personalities bear striking resemblences to their own. And of course, Beavis' alter ego, the Great Cornholio, makes several appearances throughout the film, courtesy of a kindly but rather airheaded elderly lady who's a bit too free with her caffeine pills. All in all an excellent movie and one I'd definitely recommend if you're in the mood for a good laugh. Cornholio alone is usually enough to almost make me pee my pants.