For a school project, Beavis and Butt-Head go door to door collecting money for the poor.

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For a school project, Beavis and Butt-Head go door to door collecting money for the poor.

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For Charity.
25 November 2011 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Mr. Van Driessen assigns his class to go door to door to collect for an overseas charity fund. Of course, he cannot force the students to do this task, so as an alternate project, he allows them to do a report on the electric Kool-Aid acid test, which Beavis and Butt-head jump at, seeing as how it's an oral report. But when discovering they have to read the book first, they reluctantly accept the charity project. Their approach is weak, to say the least. They go to the residency of a redneck in the outskirts, saying they're collecting for the poor. Having just lost his job, the redneck steals Butt-head's coin jar and slams the door on them. They go to a drunk's house, who vomits in their other coin jar. Undaunted, they go to another house, which is dark and empty. A mysterious voice invites them in and instructs them to switch on the lamp, revealing a psychotic, male-voiced dominatrix, Mistress Corra, who chains up the boys and whips them to his/her delight. Next day in class, Van Driessen announced they've raised $8.00, as well as a whopping $100.00 from Miss Corra, requesting that if they need more donations, to send Beavis and Butt-head by. Van Driessen rewards the boys by giving them each a Moby Grape LP, which the boys later use as frisbees, with predictable results.

This one was okay. It was entertaining and had some nice dark humor, though the animation was crappy to say the least. Probably because it was only the second regular episode and a very minimal animation staff worked on it. Fans of the series should find this one enjoyable, if they can find it. It seems the basic plot was recycled in the next episode, "Sign Here", which was a bit more solid. Anyway, check it out, dudes.


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