About Beavis and Butthead
Where to start with Beavis and Butthead? There is so much to say about these two animated social misfits that it is hard to fit it all here. Beavis and Butthead made their debut in 1992 in a film by Mike Judge entitled "Frog Baseball." MTV liked it so much that, in 1993, they hired Judge to expand upon it, and the TV series featuring the rock-and-roll loving duo was born. The last episode from the original series ended in 1993, but it was revived in 2011 for a couple of months. The crude, off-beat satirical humor of these two delinquent teenage boys was so popular that a movie was released in 1996. It was "Beavis and Butt-Head Do America." Fans mimicked their signature trademark laughter, which usually occurred at the mention of anything even remotely related to sex. The phrases "this sucks" and "cool" were also common phrases uttered by the pair. If you have not seen "Beavis and Butthead," it would be worth your while to watch it at least once, even if it is just for the purpose of saying that you have. It will not add much, if any, culture to your life. But many people find it hilarious just to sit back and watch the antics of these two. More often than not, you will probably discover you know at least one or two people they remind you of. You may not learn much (or anything at all), but you’ll never regret watching "Beavis and Butthead."