History Characters / BeavisAndButthead

28th Apr '16 10:33:22 PM annette12
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*** JerkWithAHeartOfJerk: Of course, it was more of him just defending his territory.
*** JerkassHasAPoint: He may have also been referring to how it's his and the rest of the staff's job to punish their students.



** He also doesn't tolerate people disrespecting the American flag and the founding fathers.



** KarmaHoudiniWarranty: In ''P.T.A.,'' the duo outs him on his abusive methods at a P.T.A. meeting, causing him to receive angry letters questioning his disciplinary methods. ''They're Coming To Take Me Away, Huh-Huh'' implies that he was previously punished for his methods.

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** * KarmaHoudiniWarranty: In ''P.T.A.,'' the duo outs him on his abusive methods at a P.T.A. meeting, causing him to receive angry letters questioning his disciplinary methods. ''They're Coming To Take Me Away, Huh-Huh'' implies that he was previously punished for his methods.
28th Apr '16 5:38:30 PM AgentSkyblueM7
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* JerkWithAHeartOfGold: ...However, he won't stand for other teachers hitting ''his'' students, as witnessed in "Candy Sale."

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* JerkWithAHeartOfGold: ...However, he won't stand for other teachers anyone who isn't part of the staff hitting ''his'' students, as witnessed in "Candy Sale."



*** JerkassHasAPoint: He may have also been referring to how it's ''his'' job to punish his students.

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*** JerkassHasAPoint: He may have also been referring to how it's ''his'' his and the rest of the staff's job to punish his their students.
28th Apr '16 5:32:10 PM AgentSkyblueM7
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* CharacterizationMarchesOn: Originally couldn't stand Beavis and Butthead and actually threatened to kill them in "Cleaning House". However, in later episodes, this gets toned down, as he starts to care about them and become more likeable and laidback in tone. In fact, he defends Beavis and Butthead when they're missing and assumed dead--something he would never have done in earlier episodes.

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* CharacterizationMarchesOn: Originally couldn't stand Beavis and Butthead like anyone else and actually threatened to kill them in "Cleaning House". However, in later episodes, this gets toned down, as he starts to care about them and become more likeable and laidback in tone. In fact, he defends Beavis and Butthead when they're missing and assumed dead--something he would never have done in earlier episodes.


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*** JerkassHasAPoint: He may have also been referring to how it's ''his'' job to punish his students.
17th Apr '16 5:49:52 PM Animeking1108
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* EqualOpportunityEvil: In ''A Baby Makes, Uh, Three,'' he doesn't seem very disgusted by the idea of homosexual couples raising children. He may be a JerkAss, but he's no bigot. Though, it could simply be because he thought it would humiliate Beavis and Butt-head.



** KarmaHoudiniWarranty: In ''P.T.A.,'' the duo outs him on his abusive methods at a P.T.A. meeting, causing him to receive angry letters questioning his disciplinary methods. In ''They're Coming To Take Me Away, Huh-Huh'' implies that he was previously punished for his methods.

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** KarmaHoudiniWarranty: In ''P.T.A.,'' the duo outs him on his abusive methods at a P.T.A. meeting, causing him to receive angry letters questioning his disciplinary methods. In ''They're Coming To Take Me Away, Huh-Huh'' implies that he was previously punished for his methods.



* PoliticallyCorrectVillain: In ''A Baby Makes, Uh, Three,'' he doesn't seem very disgusted by the idea of homosexual couples raising children. He may be a JerkAss, but he's no bigot. Though, it could simply be because he thought it would humiliate Beavis and Butt-head.
17th Apr '16 5:46:35 PM Animeking1108
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*** JerkWithAHeartOfJerk: Of course, it was more of him just defending his territory.


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** KarmaHoudiniWarranty: In ''P.T.A.,'' the duo outs him on his abusive methods at a P.T.A. meeting, causing him to receive angry letters questioning his disciplinary methods. In ''They're Coming To Take Me Away, Huh-Huh'' implies that he was previously punished for his methods.


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* NeverMyFault: During his flashback montage in ''Beavis & Butt-head Are Dead,'' the clips consisted of moments of him antagonizing the duo rather than the other way around with the other characters. This seems to imply that his hatred for the duo isn't as justified as others.


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* PoliticallyCorrectVillain: In ''A Baby Makes, Uh, Three,'' he doesn't seem very disgusted by the idea of homosexual couples raising children. He may be a JerkAss, but he's no bigot. Though, it could simply be because he thought it would humiliate Beavis and Butt-head.


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** He is shown to even torment his students that don't ignite his wrath, like Martin from ''The Young, Gifted, and Crude,'' as well as Beavis and Butt-head when they don't throw the first punch.
26th Mar '16 12:00:27 AM annette12
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* HiddentHeartOfGold: Downplayed, but he's definitely a ''lot'' nicer than Butt-Head.

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* HiddentHeartOfGold: HiddenHeartOfGold: Downplayed, but he's definitely a ''lot'' nicer than Butt-Head.
25th Mar '16 11:59:29 PM annette12
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* HairOfGoldHeartOfGold: '''Heavily''' downplayed, but he's definitely a ''lot'' nicer than Butt-Head.


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* HiddentHeartOfGold: Downplayed, but he's definitely a ''lot'' nicer than Butt-Head.
25th Mar '16 7:36:24 PM travisbob
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* HairOfGoldHeartOfGold: '''Heavily''' downplayed, but he's definitely a ''lot'' nicer than Butt-Head.
11th Mar '16 6:37:32 PM akih08
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** It's worth noting that even after his changed attitude towards the duo, he's among those praying for them to ''die'' at the beginning of "It's A Miserable Life".
11th Mar '16 2:20:45 PM akih08
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* PetTheDog: In ''The Great Cornholio'' when Beavis apologizes for being disruptive, [=McVicker=] decides to just let him go without punishing him, even saying that he's proud of him.

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* PetTheDog: In ''The Great Cornholio'' when Beavis apologizes for being disruptive, [=McVicker=] decides to just let him go without punishing him, him (as it's the first time either of the duo has ever apologized for anything), even saying that he's proud of him.
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