History YMMV / BeavisAndButthead

12th May '17 12:03:23 PM Simpsonwatcher314
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* AcceptableTargets: "Wuss music" and geeky types like Stewart (which explains why Stewart wore a shirt from the band "Winger" as a contrast to Beavis' Metallica shirt and Butt-Head's AC/DC shirt).

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* AcceptableTargets: "Wuss music" and geeky types like Stewart (which explains why Stewart wore a shirt from the band "Winger" as a contrast to Beavis' Beavis's Metallica shirt and Butt-Head's AC/DC shirt).



* HilariousInHindsight: The [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-oLFKAwMGWo 2005 MTV Video Music Awards]], in which Beavis and Butt-Head pop up from time to time, urging viewers to put them back on the air by voting for them in the MTV Viewer's Choice Award (not realising they're not a voting option).

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* HilariousInHindsight: The [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-oLFKAwMGWo 2005 MTV Video Music Awards]], in which Beavis and Butt-Head pop up from time to time, urging viewers to put them back on the air by voting for them in the MTV Viewer's Choice Award (not realising realizing they're not a voting option).



** At the end of "Beware of the Butt", the duo is hung from the marquee butt-naked, leading Butt-Head to make comments on Beavis' rear end.

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** At the end of "Beware of the Butt", the duo is hung from the marquee butt-naked, leading Butt-Head to make comments on Beavis' Beavis's rear end.



*** Van 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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*** Van Driessen believes Buzzcut crossed it in ''Beavis & Butt-head 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]].



** 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.

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** Principal McVicker crossed it in ''Test Takers'' when he decides to manipulate Beavis and Butt-head's 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.



** ''Burger World'', pretty much in its entirety. While dumpster diving, Butthead finds a chicken sandwich with mold dripping from it and eats it. Then Beavis fries up a dead mouse and flies and gives them to [[ButtMonkey Mr. Anderson]]. The episode ''Closing Time'' also involved the duo frying up worms and selling them as curly fries.

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** ''Burger World'', pretty much in its entirety. While dumpster diving, Butthead Butt-Head finds a chicken sandwich with mold dripping from it and eats it. Then Beavis fries up a dead mouse and flies and gives them to [[ButtMonkey Mr. Anderson]]. The episode ''Closing Time'' also involved the duo frying up worms and selling them as curly fries.



** While the episode "Stuart Is Missing" is played for ComedicSociopathy, there's something very upsetting about Mrs. Stevenson weeping her head off thinking her son might be dead only to find out the duo ''locked him in a closet and never let him out''.

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** While the episode "Stuart "Stewart Is Missing" is played for ComedicSociopathy, there's something very upsetting about Mrs. Stevenson weeping her head off thinking her son might be dead only to find out the duo ''locked him in a closet and never let him out''.



** A notable example is in 'Vidiots' when the two go to a video dating service, Beavis gives a fake name to the lady working there (Heraldo, which she interprets as Mexican), and she mistakes Beavis' sexual answers to her questions as romantic while Butt-head is doing his video, and tries calling Beavis, only for Butt-head to hang up on her, shortly after Beavis answers the door for a Woman asking to turn on "The pleasure machine" (Butt-head, as he mentioned twice in his video), Beavis thinks she is talking about the TV and slams the door on her.

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** A notable example is in 'Vidiots' when the two go to a video dating service, Beavis gives a fake name to the lady working there (Heraldo, which she interprets as Mexican), and she mistakes Beavis' Beavis's sexual answers to her questions as romantic while Butt-head is doing his video, and tries calling Beavis, only for Butt-head to hang up on her, shortly after Beavis answers the door for a Woman asking to turn on "The pleasure machine" (Butt-head, as he mentioned twice in his video), Beavis thinks she is talking about the TV and slams the door on her.



** 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.

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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 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 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.



** 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 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.
10th May '17 5:24:08 PM PrincessGwen
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** Gus Baker says he wants to "[[Creator/DonaldTrump make this country great again]]."
10th May '17 5:20:38 PM ImperialMajestyXO
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* UncannyValley: The faces look weird and realistic.
* UnintentionalPeriodPiece: The show's depiction of slacker culture and metalhead teenagers plants it firmly in the mid-90's. While the reboot tried hard to modernize the duo, even retconning a few of their initial traits for this purpose[[note]]In the 1993-1997 series, video games are depicted as a "nerd" hobby Stewart is into. While, in the reboot, both Beavis and Butt-Head are fans of games like Grand Theft Auto and Call Of Duty[[/note]], it still couldn't escape the show's blatant "grunge era" roots. Though, to be fair, the reboot was very clearly made for people who were fans the series in its heyday, rather than potential newcomers.

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* UncannyValley: The faces look weird and realistic.
* UnintentionalPeriodPiece: The show's depiction of slacker culture and metalhead teenagers plants it firmly in the mid-90's. While the reboot tried hard to modernize the duo, even retconning a few of their initial traits for this purpose[[note]]In the 1993-1997 series, video games are depicted as a "nerd" hobby Stewart is into. While, in the reboot, both Beavis and Butt-Head are fans of games like Grand Theft Auto and Call Of Duty[[/note]], it still couldn't escape the show's blatant "grunge era" roots. Though, to be fair, the reboot was very clearly made for people who were fans the series in its heyday, rather than potential newcomers.
realistic. This may have been intentional, though.
1st May '17 7:37:40 AM JohnnyLurg
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** Gus Baker says he wants to "[[Creator/DonaldTrump make this country great again]]."
2nd Jan '17 2:20:21 AM SeptimusHeap
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* FreudWasRight: The boys can find sexual innuendo in literally ''anything''.
** Huh huh huh, you said "thing".
** Heh heh heh, and "sexual".
31st Dec '16 2:06:36 PM SaraJaye
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** While the episode "Stuart Is Missing" is played for ComedicSociopathy, there's something very upsetting about Mrs. Stevenson weeping her head off thinking her son might be dead only to find out the duo ''locked him in a closet and never let him out''.
16th Dec '16 10:27:00 AM SpaceHunterDrakeRedcrest
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* NauseaFuel: Beavis and Butt-Head as "werewolves" in "Werewolves of Highland" [[note]]The result of being bitten by a bum with numerous [=STDs=] whom they mistook as a werewolf.[[/note]]

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* NauseaFuel: NauseaFuel:
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Beavis and Butt-Head as "werewolves" in "Werewolves of Highland" [[note]]The result of being bitten by a bum with numerous [=STDs=] whom they mistook as a werewolf.[[/note]]


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** ''Burger World'', pretty much in its entirety. While dumpster diving, Butthead finds a chicken sandwich with mold dripping from it and eats it. Then Beavis fries up a dead mouse and flies and gives them to [[ButtMonkey Mr. Anderson]]. The episode ''Closing Time'' also involved the duo frying up worms and selling them as curly fries.
10th Dec '16 10:31:15 AM Scandia
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* UnintentionalPeriodPiece: The show's depiction of slacker culture and metalhead teenagers plants it firmly in the early-90's. While the reboot tried hard to modernize the duo, even retconning a few of their initial traits for this purpose[[note]]In the 1993-1997 series, video games are depicted as a "nerd" hobby Stewart is into. While, in the reboot, both Beavis and Butt-Head are fans of games like Grand Theft Auto and Call Of Duty[[/note]], it still couldn't escape the show's blatant "grunge era" roots. Though, to be fair, the reboot was very clearly made for people who were fans the series in its heyday, rather than potential newcomers.

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* UnintentionalPeriodPiece: The show's depiction of slacker culture and metalhead teenagers plants it firmly in the early-90's.mid-90's. While the reboot tried hard to modernize the duo, even retconning a few of their initial traits for this purpose[[note]]In the 1993-1997 series, video games are depicted as a "nerd" hobby Stewart is into. While, in the reboot, both Beavis and Butt-Head are fans of games like Grand Theft Auto and Call Of Duty[[/note]], it still couldn't escape the show's blatant "grunge era" roots. Though, to be fair, the reboot was very clearly made for people who were fans the series in its heyday, rather than potential newcomers.
3rd Dec '16 2:12:48 PM ImperialMajestyXO
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*** Similar to the Van Driessen theory below, is Buzzcut just using a JerkassFacade to instill order in his students? Out of all the people who have expressed hatred for the duo in ''It's A Miserable Life,'' he is noticeably absent, he defended the duo from Mr. Candy, and is a proud patriot.

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*** ** Similar to the Van Driessen theory below, is Buzzcut just using a JerkassFacade to instill order in his students? Out of all the people who have expressed hatred for the duo in ''It's A Miserable Life,'' he is noticeably absent, he defended the duo from Mr. Candy, and is a proud patriot.



** The duo themselves. Are they a pair of morons [[ObliviouslyEvil who do not realize]] that [[LethallyStupid their antics put others in danger]] because they are too [[HanlonsRazor stupid]] to realize their actions or are they sociopaths who realize what are they doing is wrong, but don't care? There have been times, mostly during music video segments, where they are smarter than usual.

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** The duo themselves. Are they a pair of morons [[ObliviouslyEvil who do not realize]] that [[LethallyStupid their antics put others in danger]] because they are too [[HanlonsRazor stupid]] to realize their actions or are they sociopaths [[TheSociopath sociopaths]] who realize what are they doing is wrong, but don't care? There have been times, mostly during music video segments, where they are smarter than usual.
26th Oct '16 11:24:08 AM Bailoroc
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**Heh heh heh, and "sexual".
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