When Principal McVicker gets fed up with Beavis and Butt-head's constant stupidity and uncontrollable laughter on every word that looks dirty to them for the final time, he puts them on a No Laughing...
The character Tom Anderson is considered a prototype version of Hank Hill, the central character of Mike Judge's other show, King of the Hill (1997), with Judge reusing the former's voice for the latter. See more »
When Mr. Herrera says "Como es Juan" to Butthead for the first time, he is facing Beavis. See more »
The title screen for each segment is often animated in a comical way that reflects the content of what is to come. For instance, "Tired" features the title rolling on to the screen like a spinning tire. See more »
In the episode "Sporting goods", the original version of this episode aired without the "dueling grasshoppers" at the very beginning, instead starting with the boys flicking their lighters as they talked to Daria. See more »
You'd think that this show would be so stupid, and it is, but you get your laughs out of it. Sometimes, you need that immature side. And you have to just admit when something is funny. I would watch this show with my sister when we were younger, and I just wanted to be like her. It was the grundge era, *shudder*, so, I thought it was cool. And now I watch it on my own, and I still get my kicks. Beavis and Butt-head rocks.
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