Beavis and Butt-Head (1993–2011)
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Werewolves of Highland/Crying 

Beavis and Butt-Head want to be werewolves in order to attract girls; Butt-Head catches Beavis crying.


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Episode complete credited cast:
Beavis / Butt-Head / Mr. Van Driessen / Mr. Buzzcut / Cop #2 / Old Woman (voice)
Henry (voice)
Sam Johnson ...
Lori Nasso ...
Randall Kaplan ...
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Herself (archive footage) (as Jenni 'JWoww')
Himself (archive footage) (as Ronnie)
Herself (archive footage) (as Nicole 'Snooki')


"Werewolves of Highland": Beavis and Butt-Head go to the movies and watch "Eclipse". In school, Mr. Van Driessen talks about how women are attracted to vampires and werewolves because they represent forbidden love. The guys walk out of class, determined to get bitten by a vampire or werewolf in order to become one themselves and attract girls. They mistake a bearded homeless man for a werewolf and ask him to bite them. In the couch segments, they watch MGMT's "Kids," Jersey Shore (2009), and Skrillex's "First of the Year (Equinox)." "Crying": Beavis and Butt-Head watch "The Bachelor". Beavis finds a piece of onion in his chili dog. As the Bachelor tells one of the women that he will not be giving her a rose, the onion causes Beavis to cry. Butt-Head starts telling everyone that Beavis was crying, which Beavis repeatedly denies. In the couch segments, they watch True Life: I'm Addicted to Porn (2009) and LMFAO featuring Natalia Kills' "Champagne Showers." Written by Anonymous

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27 October 2011 (USA)  »

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Did You Know?


In Werewolves of Highland, the hobo's voice is almost identical to that of Spongy, a hobo character on Mike Judge's other show, King of the Hill (1997). See more »


Beavis: [commenting on "True Life: I Am A Porn Addict"] Where's this guy going to get a job?
Butt-head: He could wash dishes with one hand.
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References Mannequin (1987) See more »


Performed by MGMT
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It's like they never left
28 October 2011 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I gotta say, I was pretty skeptical when I heard that B&B was coming back. It's been 14 years since the last episode; the 90s are long gone (even the 00s had passed), so it seemed like the boys music, habits, and behavior would look strikingly outdated. Not to mention the fact that Mike Judge ended the show in '97 because he felt it had run its course. So how good could this show, based on 90s youth that supposedly ran its course by 1997, be here in 2011?

Pretty damn good, believe it or not. The show has obviously been updated a bit (obviously no Jersey Shore in the 90s, thank God), but for the most part, it had the exact same feel and charm as the original run of episodes, and it didn't even feel re-hashed at all. Not to mention, these two particular episodes ("Werewolves of Highland" and "Crying") were some of the funniest episodes I've ever seen, and its still just B&B being their classic selves. Some things never change, and they very well shouldn't.

There was one thing that bothered me a LITTLE bit though: Beavis. It's obvious his voice sounds different (lot deeper), but I really can't blame Mike Judge for that. However, he also seems a lot less energetic than he used to be. I don't know, maybe MJ is just getting warmed up.

In the slightly altered words of Joe Bob, "9 stars, check it out!"

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