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* ApprovalOfGod: Plenty of people have found the duo mocking them during the music videos [[ActuallyPrettyFunny to be an honor.]] Sam Harris loved the commentary on his "Over the Rainbow" video. The cast of ''Series/JerseyShore'' also considered their "appearance" on the show to be great fun.

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* ApprovalOfGod: Plenty of people have found the duo mocking them during the music videos [[ActuallyPrettyFunny to be an honor.]] Sam Harris loved the commentary on his "Over the Rainbow" video. The cast of ''Series/JerseyShore'' also considered their "appearance" on the show to be great fun. Steve Grimmett of Grim Reaper personally told Mike Judge that he ''agreed'' with the duo's negative remarks about his band's video for "See You In Hell."

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** Creator/TreyParker is on record as saying no other cartoon influenced ''WesternAnimation/SouthPark'' as much as this one. When he and Matt Stone were starting out in Hollywood, Mike Judge was even nice enough to meet with them and give them advice.


** In the United States, from the second episode onwards episodes of the revived series were aired OutOfOrder rather than in chronological order. The in 2012, it was quickly taken off for more room for reality shows.

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** In the United States, starting from the second episode onwards and onwards, episodes of the revived series were aired OutOfOrder rather than in chronological order. The Then in 2012, it was quickly taken off for more room for reality shows.


** Tom Anderson was an amalgam of older authority figures with inexplicable Texan accents and permanent {{thousand-yard stare}}s he'd grown up around in Albuquerque, including a none-too-bright customer on he and his brother's paper route.

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** Tom Anderson was an amalgam of older authority figures with inexplicable Texan accents and permanent {{thousand-yard {{thousand yard stare}}s he'd grown up around in Albuquerque, including a none-too-bright customer on he and his brother's paper route.


** Tom Anderson was an amalgam of older authority figures with inexplicable Texan he'd grown up around in Albuquerque, including a none-too-bright customer on he and his brother's paper route.

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** Tom Anderson was an amalgam of older authority figures with inexplicable Texan accents and permanent {{thousand-yard stare}}s he'd grown up around in Albuquerque, including a none-too-bright customer on he and his brother's paper route.


* AdoredByTheNetwork: You would've been hard-pressed to not find this show on Creator/MTV's daily schedule back during its initial run.

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* AdoredByTheNetwork: You would've been hard-pressed to not find this show on Creator/MTV's MTV's daily schedule back during its initial run.


* AdoredByTheNetwork: You would've be hard-pressed to not find this show on Creator/MTV's daily schedule back during it's run.

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* AdoredByTheNetwork: You would've be been hard-pressed to not find this show on Creator/MTV's daily schedule back during it's its initial run.


* ChannelHop: From Creator/MTV for the first 8 seasons to Creator/ComedyCentral for the upcoming 9th and 10th seasons.

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* ChannelHop: From Creator/MTV Creator/{{MTV}} for the first 8 seasons to Creator/ComedyCentral for the upcoming 9th and 10th seasons.

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**In the United States, from the second episode onwards episodes of the revived series were aired OutOfOrder rather than in chronological order. The in 2012, it was quickly taken off for more room for reality shows.


* CelebrityVoiceActor: In the Japanese dub of ''Virtual Stupidity'', the main characters are voiced by comedy duo, London Boots Ichi-gō Ni-gō.
* ChannelHop: From Creator/MTV for the first 8 seasons to Creator/ComedyCentral for the upcoming 9th and 10th seasons.



* NoDubForYou: Unlike with the original series, the reboot wasn't dubbed in any foreign country when it was broadcasted.

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* NoDubForYou: Unlike with the original series, the reboot revival wasn't dubbed in any foreign country when it was broadcasted.broadcasted.
**In Japan, the series itself and it's movie were broadcast with subtitles rather than a full on dub, however strangely, the game ''Virtual Stupidity'' was actually dubbed, with the titular characters being voiced by popular Japanese comedy duo, London Boots Ichi-gō Ni-gō.

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* AdoredByTheNetwork: You would've be hard-pressed to not find this show on Creator/MTV's daily schedule back during it's run.

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* ApprovalOfGod: Plenty of people have found the duo mocking them during the music videos [[ActuallyPrettyFunny to be an honor.]] Sam Harris loved the commentary on his "Over the Rainbow" video. The cast of ''Series/JerseyShore'' also considered their "appearance" on the show to be great fun.

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** Tom Anderson was originally going to have a spin-off series on FOX, but legal issues kept Judge from using the character outside of MTV and Viacom, which is why Judge recreated Tom Anderson as Hank Hill for ''King of the Hill''. Anderson was also going to be Hank's ShellShockedVeteran father, but, once again, legal issues kept Judge from using the character outside of MTV and Viacom, which is why Cotton Hill was created.


* TheDanza: Creator/CharlieAdler as Mr. Adler.


** Butt-Head's voice was based on a bully Judge had in elementary school who'd always just bluntly state how he was going to bully him (that same bully would also serve as the basis for [[WesternAnimation/KingOfTheHill Stuart Dooley]]).



** Tom Anderson was an amalgam of older authority figures with inexplicable Texan he'd grown up around in Albuquerque, including a none-too-bright customer on he ad his brother's paper route.

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** Tom Anderson was an amalgam of older authority figures with inexplicable Texan he'd grown up around in Albuquerque, including a none-too-bright customer on he ad and his brother's paper route.

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