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** In "Going Down", Beavis and Butt-Head were excited by the possibility of having a three-way with a woman. Which involved Butt-Head mounting Beavis from behind.
** In one episode, the two are seen sleeping on the couch. Butt-Head accidentally leans over on Beavis's shoulder, then quickly sits up when he realized what he's done.

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** In "Going Down", Beavis and Butt-Head were excited by the possibility of having a three-way with a woman. Which woman, which involved Butt-Head mounting Beavis from behind.
** In one episode, the two are seen sleeping on the couch. Butt-Head accidentally leans over on Beavis's shoulder, then quickly sits up when he once heís realized what he's done.



** "Here Comes the Bride's Butt" ends with Beavis and Butt-Head walking towards the sunset together, which serves as a direct parallel to Mr. Anderson and his wife doing the same, while they talk about their long and happy marriage.

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** In "Here Comes the Bride's Butt" Butt", Butt-Head decides that marriage must suck as apparently, [[DoesThisRemindYouOfAnything all youíre doing is hanging out with the same person and saying the same things over and over for years and years.]] The episode ends with Beavis and Butt-Head walking towards the sunset together, which serves as a direct parallel to Mr. Anderson and his wife doing the same, while they talk about their long and happy marriage.



* Apparently, Beavis and Butt-Head donít care about each other and canít stand each other except for the fact that they sometimes praise each other and give each other compliments.
* While watching the music video for "All I Ask of Myself Is That I Hold Together" by Ned's Atomic Dustbin, Beavis asks a suspicious question:

--->'''Beavis:''' Hey, Butt-Head, you know when we get rides home and thereís a lot of dudes stuffed in the back seat?\\
'''Butt-Head:''' Yeah?\\
'''Beavis:''' [[AmbiguouslyBi Is it normal to get wood?]]\\
'''Butt-Head:''' You boner-popping pervert, itís not even normal to ask!\\
'''Beavis:''' Oh, okay.

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* Apparently, Beavis and Butt-Head donít care about each other and canít stand each other except for the fact that they sometimes praise each other and give each other compliments.
* While watching the music video for "All I Ask of Myself Is That I Hold Together" by Ned's Atomic Dustbin, Beavis asks a suspicious question:

--->'''Beavis:''' Hey, Butt-Head, you know when we get rides home and thereís a lot of dudes stuffed in the back seat?\\
'''Butt-Head:''' Yeah?\\
'''Beavis:''' [[AmbiguouslyBi Is it normal to get wood?]]\\
'''Butt-Head:''' You boner-popping pervert, itís not even normal to ask!\\
'''Beavis:''' Oh, okay.
compliments.


*** An advert for the third volume of ''The Mike Judge Collection'' parodies this, in the style of ''Film/BrokebackMountain''.

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*** ** An advert for the third volume of ''The Mike Judge Collection'' parodies this, in the style of ''Film/BrokebackMountain''.


* While watching a music video in "Stewart's House" Beavis asks Butt-Head if he thinks he looks beautiful. No, weíre not kidding.

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* While watching a music video in "Stewart's House" Beavis asks Butt-Head if he thinks he looks beautiful. No, weíre not kidding.


Yes, even a show about two {{Lovable Sex Maniac}}s manages to have some moments here and there, with most of them being between Beavis and Butt-Head themselves. Despite constant and countless yet unsuccessful attempts to "score" with "chicks", the duoís plans ''never ever'' work out. Itís ironic how a programme with so much heterosexual activity in it also has the main characters being two inseparable boys living and continuously hanging out together while failing to lose their virginities to girls, simply leading them to stick with each other in the end.

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Yes, even a show about two {{Lovable Sex Maniac}}s continuously trying to "score" with "chicks" manages to have some moments here and there, with most of them being between Beavis and Butt-Head themselves. Despite constant and countless yet unsuccessful attempts to "score" with "chicks", the duoís plans ''never ever'' work out.themselves. Itís ironic how a programme with so much heterosexual activity in it also has the main characters being two inseparable boys living and continuously hanging out together while failing to lose their virginities to girls, simply leading them to stick with each other in the end.


Yes, even a show about two {{Lovable Sex Maniac}}s manages to have some moments here and there, with most of them being between Beavis and Butt-Head themselves. Despite constant and countless yet unsuccessful attempts to "score" with "chicks", the duoís plans ''never ever'' work out. Itís ironic how a programme with so much heterosexual activity in it also has the main characters being two inseparable boys living and continuously hanging out together while failing to lose their virginities to girls, simply leading them to stick with each other in the end, wherever that be watching TV or eating nachos, all the while being beside one another and never apart.

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Yes, even a show about two {{Lovable Sex Maniac}}s manages to have some moments here and there, with most of them being between Beavis and Butt-Head themselves. Despite constant and countless yet unsuccessful attempts to "score" with "chicks", the duoís plans ''never ever'' work out. Itís ironic how a programme with so much heterosexual activity in it also has the main characters being two inseparable boys living and continuously hanging out together while failing to lose their virginities to girls, simply leading them to stick with each other in the end, wherever that be watching TV or eating nachos, all the while being beside one another and never apart.end.


Yes, even a show about two {{Lovable Sex Maniacs}}s manages to have some moments here and there, with most of them being between Beavis and Butt-Head themselves. Despite constant and countless yet unsuccessful attempts to "score" with "chicks", the duoís plans ''never ever'' work out. Itís ironic how a programme with so much heterosexual activity in it also has the main characters being two inseparable boys living and continuously hanging out together while failing to lose their virginities to girls, simply leading them to stick with each other in the end, wherever that be watching TV or eating nachos, all the while being beside one another and never apart.

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Yes, even a show about two {{Lovable Sex Maniacs}}s Maniac}}s manages to have some moments here and there, with most of them being between Beavis and Butt-Head themselves. Despite constant and countless yet unsuccessful attempts to "score" with "chicks", the duoís plans ''never ever'' work out. Itís ironic how a programme with so much heterosexual activity in it also has the main characters being two inseparable boys living and continuously hanging out together while failing to lose their virginities to girls, simply leading them to stick with each other in the end, wherever that be watching TV or eating nachos, all the while being beside one another and never apart.


Yes, even a show about two {{LovableSexManiac}}s manages to have some moments here and there, with most of them being between Beavis and Butt-Head themselves. Despite constant and countless yet unsuccessful attempts to "score" with "chicks", the duoís plans ''never ever'' work out. Itís ironic how a programme with so much heterosexual activity in it also has the main characters being two inseparable boys living and continuously hanging out together while failing to lose their virginities to girls, simply leading them to stick with each other in the end, wherever that be watching TV or eating nachos, all the while being beside one another and never apart.

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Yes, even a show about two {{LovableSexManiac}}s {{Lovable Sex Maniacs}}s manages to have some moments here and there, with most of them being between Beavis and Butt-Head themselves. Despite constant and countless yet unsuccessful attempts to "score" with "chicks", the duoís plans ''never ever'' work out. Itís ironic how a programme with so much heterosexual activity in it also has the main characters being two inseparable boys living and continuously hanging out together while failing to lose their virginities to girls, simply leading them to stick with each other in the end, wherever that be watching TV or eating nachos, all the while being beside one another and never apart.


Yes, even a show about two LovableSexManiacs manages to have some moments here and there, with most of them being between Beavis and Butt-Head themselves. Despite constant and countless yet unsuccessful attempts to "score" with "chicks", the duoís plans ''never ever'' work out. Itís ironic how a programme with so much heterosexual activity in it also has the main characters being two inseparable boys living and continuously hanging out together while failing to lose their virginities to girls, simply leading them to stick with each other in the end, wherever that be watching TV or eating nachos, all the while being beside one another and never apart.

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Yes, even a show about two LovableSexManiacs {{LovableSexManiac}}s manages to have some moments here and there, with most of them being between Beavis and Butt-Head themselves. Despite constant and countless yet unsuccessful attempts to "score" with "chicks", the duoís plans ''never ever'' work out. Itís ironic how a programme with so much heterosexual activity in it also has the main characters being two inseparable boys living and continuously hanging out together while failing to lose their virginities to girls, simply leading them to stick with each other in the end, wherever that be watching TV or eating nachos, all the while being beside one another and never apart.


Yes, even a show about two {{LovableSexManiacs}} manages to have some moments here and there, with most of them being between Beavis and Butt-Head themselves. Despite constant and countless yet unsuccessful attempts to "score" with "chicks", the duoís plans ''never ever'' work out. Itís ironic how a programme with so much heterosexual activity in it also has the main characters being two inseparable boys living and continuously hanging out together while failing to lose their virginities to girls, simply leading them to stick with each other in the end, wherever that be watching TV or eating nachos, all the while being beside one another and never apart.

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Yes, even a show about two {{LovableSexManiacs}} LovableSexManiacs manages to have some moments here and there, with most of them being between Beavis and Butt-Head themselves. Despite constant and countless yet unsuccessful attempts to "score" with "chicks", the duoís plans ''never ever'' work out. Itís ironic how a programme with so much heterosexual activity in it also has the main characters being two inseparable boys living and continuously hanging out together while failing to lose their virginities to girls, simply leading them to stick with each other in the end, wherever that be watching TV or eating nachos, all the while being beside one another and never apart.


Yes, even a show about two {{Lovable Sex Maniacs}} manages to have some moments here and there, with most of them being between Beavis and Butt-Head themselves. Despite constant and countless yet unsuccessful attempts to "score" with "chicks", the duoís plans ''never ever'' work out. Itís ironic how a programme with so much heterosexual activity in it also has the main characters being two inseparable boys living and continuously hanging out together while failing to lose their virginities to girls, simply leading them to stick with each other in the end, wherever that be watching TV or eating nachos, all the while being beside one another and never apart.

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Yes, even a show about two {{Lovable Sex Maniacs}} {{LovableSexManiacs}} manages to have some moments here and there, with most of them being between Beavis and Butt-Head themselves. Despite constant and countless yet unsuccessful attempts to "score" with "chicks", the duoís plans ''never ever'' work out. Itís ironic how a programme with so much heterosexual activity in it also has the main characters being two inseparable boys living and continuously hanging out together while failing to lose their virginities to girls, simply leading them to stick with each other in the end, wherever that be watching TV or eating nachos, all the while being beside one another and never apart.


Where do we even begin? Thereís quite a lot of it considering Beavis and Butt-Headís constant attempts to "score" with "chicks" and all of their heterosexual activity. Anyone would wonder if there was actually anyone who shipped the duo together while making the show. Wherever that be the animators or even Mike Judge himself. Just think about it, two teenage boys living in the same house together all on their own with no one else and going almost ''everywhere'' together and doing most things together would obviously raise suspicions of possibly more going on in their relationship. The fact that no one else (apart from Stewart) really wants to hang out with the two doesnít help matters. Not to mention the fact that they can ''never, ever'' score with ''anyone'' no matter how ''hard'' they try. (Huh huh, "hard" Heh heh.) Considering all the following moments, [[AmbiguouslyBi itís possible that Beavis and Butt-Head are closeted bisexuals]] and theyíre either too stupid to figure it out or they just donít want to admit it to each other. However, these moments arenít just between the duo themselves. Just take a look at all these examples and youíll see what we mean:

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Where do we Yes, even begin? Thereís quite a lot show about two {{Lovable Sex Maniacs}} manages to have some moments here and there, with most of it considering them being between Beavis and Butt-Headís Butt-Head themselves. Despite constant and countless yet unsuccessful attempts to "score" with "chicks" and all of their heterosexual activity. Anyone would wonder if there was actually anyone who shipped "chicks", the duo together while making the show. Wherever that be the animators or even Mike Judge himself. Just think about it, two teenage boys living in the same house together all on their own with no one else and going almost ''everywhere'' together and doing most things together would obviously raise suspicions of possibly more going on in their relationship. The fact that no one else (apart from Stewart) really wants to hang out with the two doesnít help matters. Not to mention the fact that they can ''never, duoís plans ''never ever'' score work out. Itís ironic how a programme with ''anyone'' no matter how ''hard'' they try. (Huh huh, "hard" Heh heh.) Considering so much heterosexual activity in it also has the main characters being two inseparable boys living and continuously hanging out together while failing to lose their virginities to girls, simply leading them to stick with each other in the end, wherever that be watching TV or eating nachos, all the following moments, [[AmbiguouslyBi itís possible that Beavis while being beside one another and Butt-Head are closeted bisexuals]] and theyíre either too stupid to figure it out or they just donít want to admit it to each other. However, these moments arenít just between the duo themselves. Just take a look at all these examples and youíll see what we mean:never apart.


*** One might wonder what Beavis and Butt-Head really did during that truth or dare game that one time...

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*** One might wonder So, what exactly did Beavis and Butt-Head really did during that do while playing truth or dare game that one time...
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*** Butt-Head brings up Beavisís butt more than once in the series.

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