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18th May '16 2:02:35 AM Miracle@StOlaf
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** PlayedStraight with the SNES and Megadrive adaptions, which were mediocre platformers.

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** PlayedStraight with the SNES and Megadrive adaptions, which were mediocre (and ''very'' NintendoHard) platformers.
15th May '16 5:26:07 AM TheFarmboy
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** [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7IB8nZtUQH4 Beavis was twerking]] long before Miley Cyrus made it cool.
9th May '16 2:54:05 PM Animeking1108
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*** Van Driesen believes Buzzcut crossed it in ''Beavis & Butt-head are Dead'' when he was not only glad they were (not really) dead, but hoping their deaths were slow and painful, and unlike McVicker, you can't really justify his hatred for the duo. They rarely mess with him, and the flashbacks shown during Buzzcut's segment of the ClipShow were of [[NeverMyFault him being a dick to them]].

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*** Van Driesen Driessen believes Buzzcut crossed it in ''Beavis & Butt-head are Dead'' when he was not only glad they were (not really) dead, but hoping their deaths were slow and painful, and unlike McVicker, you can't really justify his hatred for the duo. They rarely mess with him, and the flashbacks shown during Buzzcut's segment of the ClipShow were of [[NeverMyFault him being a dick to them]].


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** Principal McVicker crossed it in ''Test Takers'' when he decides to manipulate Beavis and Butt-head's test so that they could pass. Underhanded, but understandable. However, he really crosses it when he fired Mr. Van Driessen for calling him out on it and threatening to report it.
2nd May '16 3:52:00 PM Animeking1108
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** Tom Anderson is generally loved for the fact that he was a proto-[[WesternAnimation/KingOfTheHill Hank Hill]].



* TheScrappy: Stewart is probably an intentional example, but Todd's not really a fan favorite for his UngratefulBastard tendencies.

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* TheScrappy: Stewart Todd is probably an intentional example, but Todd's not really generally disliked by fans because he's a fan favorite massive JerkAss to the duo. Even though they practically worship the ground he walks on, he [[UngratefulBastard returns the favor by]] [[TheBully beating them up for his UngratefulBastard tendencies. only]] [[DisproportionateRetribution minor offenses]], coming to their house just to steal their party or chicks they're trying to score with, and only hangs out with them when he needs something from them. However, unlike most Jerk Asses on the show, Todd is always a KarmaHoudini.
24th Apr '16 10:23:23 AM overman2099
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* UnpopularPopularCharacter: Beavis and Butt-Head are widely hated in-universe for [[{{Jerkass}} several]] [[TeensAreMonsters different]] [[ChaoticStupid reasons]], but they are very popular among the fandom because of how entertaining they are.

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* UnpopularPopularCharacter: Beavis and Butt-Head are widely hated in-universe for [[{{Jerkass}} several]] [[TeensAreMonsters different]] [[ChaoticStupid reasons]], but reasons]]. Even the (very)few characters who don't outright hate them such as Daria, Van Driessen, and their Burger World manager have limits to how much of the duo's behavior they can tolerate. Among fans, however, it goes without saying that they are very popular among the fandom because of how entertaining they are.
17th Apr '16 11:54:57 PM overman2099
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** Of all the characters on the show, only the Burger World Manager comes close to matching the incompetence of the duo. Despite the fact that Beavis and Butt-head have repeatedly screwed up on the job, got him injured, and generally destroyed the reputation of Burger World, the manager has continued to employ them. This is especially egregious considering the fact that he's an employer in a real world job with every right to fire them but chooses not to, as opposed to McVicker who, as a public school official, has no choice but to put up with Beavis and Butt-head until they either graduate or choose to drop out of high school. It really says something about the Burger World Manager when unlike McVicker, he's not required by law to put up with the duo but still keeps them employed and repeatedly brings disaster upon both himself and his business.
17th Apr '16 5:37:01 PM Animeking1108
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*** Van Driesen believes Buzzcut crossed it in ''Beavis & Butt-head are Dead'' when he was not only glad they were (not really) dead, but hoping their deaths were slow and painful, and unlike McVicker, you can't really justify his hatred for the duo. They rarely mess with him, and the flashbacks shown during Buzzcut's segment of the ClipShow were of [[NeverMyFault him being a dick to them]].
16th Apr '16 5:16:39 PM Monolaf317
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** Beavis could be seen as a jerkass woobie, as well. Not only is he the (slightly) nicer of the two main characters, he's also the one who puts up with the most abuse. Not to mention, the strongly-implied rape scene in the episode "Drones," and he might be a full-blown [[TheWoobie woobie]].

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** Beavis could be seen as a jerkass woobie, JerkassWoobie, as well. Not only is he the (slightly) nicer of the two main characters, he's also the one who puts up with the most abuse. Not to mention, the strongly-implied rape scene in the episode "Drones," and he might be a full-blown [[TheWoobie woobie]].



** Principle [=McVicker=] (with Buzzcut's help) crossed it in ''Wet Behind the Rears'' where they set up a fire drill after gym class just to make the boys go outside in their underwear (or naked as they had intended had they not argued with Buzzcut). The boys didn't even do anything to provoke them in that episode.



** Word of warning, "Nose Bleed" is ''not'' for the squeamish. Neither is "Woodshop".

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** Word of warning, "Nose Bleed" is ''not'' for the squeamish. Neither is "Woodshop".[[ShopClass "Woodshop"]].
15th Apr '16 8:02:38 PM Monolaf317
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** Word of warning, "Nose Bleed" is ''not'' for the squeamish.

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** Word of warning, "Nose Bleed" is ''not'' for the squeamish. Neither is "Woodshop".
15th Apr '16 8:01:26 PM Monolaf317
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** Beavis could be seen as a jerass woobie, as well. Not only is he the (slightly) nicer of the two main characters, he's also the one who puts up with the most abuse. Not to mention, the strongly-implied rape scene in the episode "Drones," and he might be a full-blown [[TheWoobie woobie]].

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** Beavis could be seen as a jerass jerkass woobie, as well. Not only is he the (slightly) nicer of the two main characters, he's also the one who puts up with the most abuse. Not to mention, the strongly-implied rape scene in the episode "Drones," and he might be a full-blown [[TheWoobie woobie]].



** Stewart. He genuinely thinks Beavis and Butt-head are his friends, he keeps trusting and forgiving them and worrying about their safety no matter how many times they screw him over. Not to mention his overprotective mom and his dad trying to pin the blame on him to save his own skin more than once.

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** Stewart. He genuinely thinks Beavis and Butt-head are his friends, he keeps trusting and forgiving them and worrying about their safety no matter how many times they screw him over. Not to mention his overprotective mom and his dad trying to pin the blame on him to save his own skin more than once.once.
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