History WesternAnimation / BeavisAndButthead

14th Nov '16 2:01:39 PM wyattte
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* AmusingInjuries: Butt-head slapping the bejesus out of Beavis, which more or less happens OnceAnEpisode. Occasionally, [[TheDogBitesBack Beavis will respond by kicking Butt-head in the nads.]]



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* AntiRoleModelAntiRoleModel: You did read that disclaimer at the top, right?



** The quality of season 8's animation is [[AnimationBump substantially bumped up]] from season 7, on par with ''WesternAnimation/KingOfTheHill'' in its later seasons. Unsurprisingly, Creator/FilmRoman, which was involved with the production of ''King of the Hill'', is animating season 8 (although it still uses Creator/RoughDraftStudios and Creator/PlusOneAnimation).

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** The quality of season 8's animation is [[AnimationBump substantially bumped up]] from season 7, on par with ''WesternAnimation/KingOfTheHill'' in its later seasons. Unsurprisingly, Creator/FilmRoman, which was involved with the production of ''King of the Hill'', is animating animated season 8 (although it still uses used Creator/RoughDraftStudios and Creator/PlusOneAnimation).



** Nearly every Music/{{Pantera}} and Music/{{GWAR}} video they see.

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** Nearly every Music/{{Pantera}} and Music/{{GWAR}} video they see.see - hell, just 90s metal videos in general (''not'' 80s metal, which tends to "suck").



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* EpisodeTitleCardEpisodeTitleCard: OnceAnEpisode.



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* GrossOutShowGrossOutShow: The episode "Sick" deserves special mention thanks to gratuitous shots of snot dripping out of their faces.



-->'''BUTT-HEAD''': "No, I told you to put the flower in your ''buttonhole.''"

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-->'''BUTT-HEAD''': "No, "So the guy's like, excuse me sir, I told you to put the flower in your ''buttonhole.''"
10th Nov '16 8:04:22 PM Bailoroc
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** Indeed, one episode had them watching a (fake) episode of GilligansIsland. Another episode began with them watching LeaveItToBeaver, which inspired the rest of the episode with Beavis, Butthead, and other various characters as stand in for the cast of that show. It's evident that reruns of old TV shows is part of their daily television diet.
30th Oct '16 10:42:50 PM ectostar
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27th Oct '16 10:57:16 AM JohnnyLurg
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* AmbiguouslyJewish: A few minor characters including Dr. Leibowitz from "Impotence," Betsy Weiner from "Lightning Strikes," and Harry Sachz from "Prank Call" have Jewish-sounding surnames, although the latter two surnames were obviously chosen for the show because they are UnfortunateNames.
23rd Oct '16 11:56:18 AM wyattte
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* RuleThirtyFour: "[[WebVideo/TheCinemaSnob Beaver and Buttface]]"

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* RuleThirtyFour: "[[WebVideo/TheCinemaSnob Beaver and Buttface]]"Buttface.]]"
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* {{Yandere}}: Beavis and Butt-Head are both this to Tod, regardless of how much of a violent JerkAss he is to them.

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* {{Yandere}}: Beavis and Butt-Head are both this to Tod, Todd, regardless of how much of a violent JerkAss he is to them.



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-->''"Uh huh huh huh. That was cool."''
12th Oct '16 8:22:52 AM darkchiefy
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In late 2011, [[{{Uncanceled}} the show returned to MTV]]; while the format had been slightly tweaked -- the snark segments now covered both music videos ''and'' MTV original shows such as ''Series/JerseyShore'' and ''True Life'', presumably to prevent the sort of rights issues that surround the original series' snark segments -- the show remained the same otherwise. The 2011 series, however, only lasted one season before being canceled again. However, MikeJudge is trying his best to find another network (possibly Creator/ComedyCentral, who had aired reruns of the show before) to pick the show up again, though his [[Series/SiliconValley current projects]] are taking up most of his time right now. Only time will tell if the duo will ever return to television again.

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In late 2011, [[{{Uncanceled}} the show returned to MTV]]; while the format had been slightly tweaked -- the snark segments now covered both music videos ''and'' MTV original shows such as ''Series/JerseyShore'' and ''True Life'', presumably to prevent the sort of rights issues that surround the original series' snark segments -- the show remained the same otherwise. The 2011 series, however, only lasted one season before being canceled again. However, MikeJudge Creator/MikeJudge is trying his best to find another network (possibly Creator/ComedyCentral, who had aired reruns of the show before) to pick the show up again, though his [[Series/SiliconValley current projects]] are taking up most of his time right now. Only time will tell if the duo will ever return to television again.
20th Sep '16 5:28:01 PM JohnnyLurg
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* CrapsackWorld: One of the more subtle jokes of the show is how, as stupid and irresponsible as Beavis and Butt-head are, the adults around them are even more irresponsible in dealing with them. Highland Texas itself appears to be a filthy, crime-ridden town ''and'' a street populated mostly by [[{{Jerkass}} assholes]], [[TooDumbToLive idi]][[HorribleJudgeofCharacter ots]], and [[ButtMonkey complete pushovers]], even if one ignores the presence of the duo.

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* CrapsackWorld: One of the more subtle jokes of the show is how, as stupid and irresponsible as Beavis and Butt-head are, the adults around them are even more irresponsible in dealing with them. Highland Highland, Texas itself appears to be a filthy, crime-ridden town ''and'' a street populated mostly by [[{{Jerkass}} assholes]], [[TooDumbToLive idi]][[HorribleJudgeofCharacter ots]], and [[ButtMonkey complete pushovers]], even if one ignores the presence of the duo.
14th Sep '16 11:10:52 AM lalaTKG
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* {{Discontinuity}}: No matter what they're doing or how they've injured themselves in the actual episode, they'll be their normal selves for the music video segments.
** The one exception to this is the episode "True Crime". During the Grace Jones video, they're shown with the money they had stolen earlier on in the episode.



* NegativeContinuity: In Mr. Van Driessen's very first appearance on the show, he actually ''gets killed'' by a monster truck. And then after that, he's still alive and well throughout the rest of the series. Justified in that this was in one of the two Liquid Television shorts that aired before the main series, which are considered CanonDiscontinuity.

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* NegativeContinuity: NegativeContinuity:
** No matter what they're doing or how they've injured themselves in the actual episode, they'll be their normal selves for the music video segments. The one exception to this is the episode "True Crime". During the Grace Jones video, they're shown with the money they had stolen earlier on in the episode.
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In Mr. Van Driessen's very first appearance on the show, he actually ''gets killed'' by a monster truck. And then after that, he's still alive and well throughout the rest of the series. Justified in that this was in one of the two Liquid Television shorts that aired before the main series, which are considered CanonDiscontinuity.
28th Aug '16 9:02:23 AM gwarnage
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* Mooning: They do this on rare occasions.
28th Aug '16 9:01:22 AM gwarnage
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* OnlyTheGoodDieYoung: Averted. The original plot of "Beavis and Butt-Head Are Dead" was that the duo actually WERE going to die, but this was scrapped in favor of the fake death plot. Even the trailer for the episode showed the duo being killed.
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