But few ever talk about how it was also responsible for getting kids briefly into Primus. Sure, you can watch grainy bootlegs on YouTube and download full episodes through certain torrent sites. Also, I started this column, so I can do what I want with it; shut up, buttmunch.
Beavis and Butt-head 22 was the October issue of the Beavis and Butt-head comic. Beavis and Butt-head are gleefully in line for Bloechunk's Amusement Park, only to discover they have to pay to get in. The concept pisses them off, Beavis suggesting they need to go buy some money, and security boots them away.
I can't fault them for that. Like almost everything from the '90s, Beavis and Butt-Head didn't age well. It was too crass and ironic to become a pop-culture institution anywhere near the magnitude of The Simpsons.
Mike Judge is demanding, but in a relaxed, zero-affect kind of way. He is doing the final check on an episode of "Beavis and Butt-head" that is scheduled to run the next week. The sound mix is bad, and an important bit of dialogue can't be heard over the track of a music video. Judge complains to the show's producer, John Andrews, in a voice that is too disengaged to sound really disturbed.
Pioneering cartoon series starring two jabbering metalheads obsessed with sex and violence was first broadcast a quarter of a century ago, neatly skewering the generation it claimed to represent. They watched TV, passed judgement on whether the music videos they saw sucked or not and dropped bowling balls stuffed with explosives from rooftops. Moronic wasters with zero political conscience, they nevertheless instantly struck a chord with Generation X viewers of MTVwho revelled in seeing their own disaffection and fecklessness faithfully represented and simultaneously sent up on screen.
Sign in. Beavis : Oh yeah, I get those. Manners : Excuse me boys, but it's rather rude to make noises and interrupt me
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An year-old boy at Coldwater Canyon Elementary School in North Hollywood thought it was really funny when Beavis and Butt-head, the breathtakingly moronic duo whose animated series wins the highest ratings of any program on MTV, mooned their teacher. In doing so, the program has raised the hackles of a number of television watchdog groups, which charge that the cable network is acting irresponsibly in airing the series, especially in time slots heavily watched by children. The program airs weeknights at 7 p.