History NightmareFuel / BeavisAndButthead

9th May '16 3:02:27 PM Animeking1108
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** His Vietnam flashback in the episode where he coaches Beavis and Butthead in remedial gym is straight out of ''Film/ApocalypseNow'', complete with RideOfTheValkyries

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** His Vietnam flashback in the episode where he coaches Beavis and Butthead in remedial gym is straight out of ''Film/ApocalypseNow'', complete with RideOfTheValkyriesRideOfTheValkyries.
*** Said flashback reveals that he tormented Vietnamese citizens and destroyed their homes, so we can add "implied war criminal" to his list of negative traits.
6th May '16 5:51:35 AM Erin582
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* A Meta example comes from a spoof of the duo that ''Website/{{Cracked}} Magazine'' did back in the 90s, which portrayed them as very old men. At one point in one of the final panels of the comic, Butt-Head is now little more than a BrainInAJar who is kept alive through a complex life-support system. He was making the most of it only for Beavis to come along wanting some popcorn and decides to unplug Butt-Head so that he could use the microwave. This was made all the more worse with the latter [[FridgeHorror being aware of what's going to happen to him, but obviously being powerless to do anything to stop it]] and the Xs in his eyes after he dies. Even though he was, well, a [[AssholeVictim butt-head]], it's still horrifying to watch.
16th Apr '16 1:46:02 AM JohnnyLurg
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* The rabid guard dog that breaks free from its chain and tears up Beavis leg down to the ''bone''.

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* The rabid guard dog that breaks free from its chain and tears up Beavis Beavis' leg down to the ''bone''.



** [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rjg5WAKqhDM The hidden easter egg scene in which Butt-Head pulls out a rifle, says "Fuck you, Beavis!" and blows Beavis's brains out. Jarring, to say the least.]]

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** [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rjg5WAKqhDM The hidden easter egg scene in which Butt-Head pulls out a rifle, says "Fuck you, Beavis!" and blows Beavis's brains out. Jarring, to say the least.least, and makes one wonder how the game got away with a T rating.]]
15th Apr '16 8:05:03 PM Monolaf317
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[[caption-width-right:350:DEAR GOD, WHERE'S THE FIRST-AID KIT?!?]]



* "Wood Shop" is a revisit to the "Beavis bleeding horribly" element. The two are in wood shop class and put everything to be cut in half by a table saw-[[TooDumbToLive including a phone and a first aid kit]]. Then Beavis cuts his own finger off, leading to a massive amount of bleeding.

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* "Wood Shop" is a revisit to the "Beavis bleeding horribly" element. The two are in wood shop class and put everything to be cut in half by a table saw-[[TooDumbToLive including a phone and a first aid kit]]. Then Beavis cuts his own finger off, leading to a massive amount of bleeding.bleeding, pictured above.
27th Mar '16 4:29:18 PM JohnnyLurg
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** The hidden easter egg scene in which Butt-Head pulls out a rifle, says "Fuck you, Beavis!" and blows Beavis's brains out. Jarring, to say the least.

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** [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rjg5WAKqhDM The hidden easter egg scene in which Butt-Head pulls out a rifle, says "Fuck you, Beavis!" and blows Beavis's brains out. Jarring, to say the least.]]
26th Mar '16 1:16:06 PM mlsmithca
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** The fact this troper is squeamish at the sight of blood had a unnerving effect from the nose bleeding scene.
26th Mar '16 1:14:28 PM travisbob
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* What is quite possibly the single most disturbing scene in the show's entire run occurs in the episode "Drones," during the deadmau5 music video segment. Beavis fairly graphically describes his experience of getting drugged and raped by a school grief counselor, and even [[EvenEvilHasStandards Butthead]] finds this off-putting. [[SincerityMode For anyone who's been raped or molested at a young age, it might be wise to just fast-forward through this scene]]. Also MASSIVELY overlaps with [[TearJerker tear jerker]].

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* What is quite possibly the single most disturbing scene in the show's entire run occurs in the episode "Drones," during the deadmau5 music video segment. Beavis fairly graphically describes his experience of getting drugged and raped by a school [[WouldHurtAChild grief counselor, counselor]], and even [[EvenEvilHasStandards Butthead]] finds this off-putting. [[SincerityMode One of the worst parts is that the counselor told Beavis that if he told anybody, no one would believe him. '''[[SincerityMode For anyone who's been raped or molested at a young age, it might be wise to just fast-forward through this scene]].scene]]'''. Also MASSIVELY overlaps with [[TearJerker tear jerker]].
25th Mar '16 6:13:34 PM travisbob
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* In "Most Wanted," Beavis reveals that he "hears voices" that tell him to skip school and, apparently, abuse insects in twisted ways. Even Butt-Head seems a little unnerved by Beavis's psychotic, gleeful rant about killing a horsefly. Hell, even the SERIAL KILLER in the episode is creeped out by Beavis.
25th Mar '16 11:14:42 AM travisbob
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* The [[MushroomSamba hallucination sequence]] Beavis has after eating a bit of peyote in the movie was created by Music/RobZombie. That should be enough to put it here.


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** The hidden easter egg scene in which Butt-Head pulls out a rifle, says "Fuck you, Beavis!" and blows Beavis's brains out. Jarring, to say the least.
25th Mar '16 10:29:19 AM travisbob
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* When Beavis and Butthead are commenting on Pantera's music "This Love," Butthead theorizes that the lead singer is angry because of a domineering father. The commentary starts off pretty funny, with both of them imitating "Pantera's father" ("Dammit Panerta! You treat your stepmother with respect!") That is, until Beavis gets a little TOO in-character with it, visibly freaking out and shaking/screaming as he does so. Even Butthead is slightly unnerved by this, and tells Beavis to calm down.

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* When Beavis and Butthead are commenting on Pantera's music "This Love," Butthead theorizes that the lead singer is angry because of a domineering father. The commentary starts off pretty funny, with both of them imitating "Pantera's father" ("Dammit Panerta! You treat your stepmother with respect!") That is, until Beavis gets a little TOO in-character and specific with it, visibly freaking out and shaking/screaming as he does so. Even Butthead is slightly unnerved by this, and tells Beavis to calm down.
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