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“Beavis and Butt-head” Back to MTV with new episodes!

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The two dimwitted heavy-metal fans, Beavis and Butt-head, from the fictional town of Highland may be back with new adventures and wise-ass comments reminiscent of the MTV before Laguna Beach and The Hills.

Supposedly Creator Mike Judge has been working on 30 new episodes to return to MTV in the show’s original crude style. Though MTV has not released any official comment on the project, the New York Post claims to have confirmed the hopeful speculations with a source at MTV. This move would be characteristic of MTV, who has plans to increase the percent of scripted or animated shows to “diversify” the otherwise, heavy-reality TV programming.

Motivations for resurrecting the classic slacker characters after 13 year of hiatus go beyond appeasing the show’s die-hard fan group who immortalized the duo’s many pearls of wisdom, which often included phrases such as, “ass-munch, “fart-knocker,” or “butt-hole,” followed by uncontrollable laughter or awkward pelvic-thrusting dance moves.

In an attempt to backtrack from its well-earned reality-TV reputation to the days when MTV used to broadcast (you guessed it!) music videos, MTV would do well to bring back Beavis and Butt-head, the rocker teens who spent much of their time on their couch cleverly praising and criticizing music videos between stints frying stuff at Burger World and trying to score chicks. This time though, instead of criticizing Vanilla Ice, they’ll be taking aim at the music videos of Justin Bieber and Lady Gaga. The return of Beavis and Butt-head very well means the return of music videos to MTV.

In preparation for the coming return of the kids who laughed at every sexual reference, (especially those of you who chuckled at the word “coming”) you can watch volumes 1 and 2 of the Mike Judge Collection on the MTV Beavis and Butt-head website.

Now to pay tribute to the eccentric, the overly caffeinated… the Great Cornholio:

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54 Comments

  1. B and B fan

    December 3, 2010 at 2:32 am

    While I agree that swearing is not necessarily helpful when arguing a point, certain people on here deserve all that can be thrown at them, since they are complete idiots. Not an insult, just an observation. If parents are incapable of monitoring their kids TV watching, its very simple to block certain channels, as opposed to signing petitions that take away the rights of others. Hell, let’s just go ban everything that has mature content. Better ban the news too, kids might get ideas from it. Maybe, modern criminals had parents like you, who were so concerned with campaigning against every insignificant thing in the world, rather than taking a hands on approach, that they didn’t spend enough time with their child, which harmed them, and resulted in their violent lifestyle. Myself, many of my friends from high school, and millions around the world should be violent psychos, if mature video games, mature music, and violent movies create criminals. My crime: One speeding ticket a few months after I was licensed, its been 8 years. I watched B and B as a teenager. No burnt down houses yet. The video game Doom has sold millions of copies, yet millions of people have not gone on a killing spree. Why? Healthy individuals can separate reality from fantasy. So don’t try to push the actions of a mentally disturbed individual off as anything else. That’s bullshit. Parents get to be lazy asses and ban a show to avoid taking charge of their own children. Well, if I were you, I would keep the matches and gasoline locked away tight. Because you never know with kids these days…

  2. B and B fan

    December 3, 2010 at 2:37 am

    Sorry all, damn thing didn’t seem to be publishing, so I kept trying to shorten it up.

  3. Jason

    January 22, 2011 at 6:24 pm

    It would be great too see B&B back on MTV. The only reason they quit was due to other TV programing and music videos. Now that music videos are returning, B&B our back! I hope they do not play this rap/ hip hop shite on MTV anymore. We need more country and rock!

    white music!

  4. case student

    January 27, 2011 at 8:11 pm

    I agree with b and b fan. Many historians would argue that the newspapers in the 1920-1930 era were a direct cause of violence. They didnt have video games or cartoons and thier youth violence rates were explosively higher than those of today. Want to know where they learn to fight? They watch grown adults do it every day. Cartoons or no cartoons. So the choices are violence and no free speech, or violence and a constitutional america. Parents- change the channel. Duh. Huh-huh.

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