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Desc:The first of the new episodes
Category:Classic TV Clips, Humor
Tags:Beavis, Vampires, Butt-Head, werewolves, Twilight
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Thank god.
Better than I anticipated.
Innocent Bystander
It's like they never left!
"Is this Florida?"
Xenagama Warrior Princess
Yup, that's Florida.

"You're moved."
"Grandma JWOWW, how did you get syphilis?"
Prickly Pete
The Crying one is awesome
Apparently since the switch from analog to digital, they've had to start stealing cable.

Reefer Fez
"Fire! Fire! Fire!"

YES!!!! (as someone who remembers the original fire debacle)
American Standard
Love how they drove that home.

Yeah, that was a classy touch.

I'm really glad to have this show back. Watching them tear into Jersey Shore is really satisfying.
Beavis and Buttheads wit, intellect, and moral fiber dwarf that of the Jersey Shore cast.

Even the boys are insulted by how stupid and unfunny the cast of Jersey Shore is.
I'm surprised at how much we needed them back. Pop culture became so braindead in the last 15 years even the boys look smart next to all the stuff they riff now.
Timothy A. Bear
Beavis seems to have gained an I.Q. point.
Timothy A. Bear
also 'Twilught'


Oh God, Beavis and Butthead, why did you ever leave? I will never let you go, never again. Hush now, it's OK. We're together again... always.
Poor Bill has really hit the skids since "King of the Hill".
That's actually Toby Huss (Cotton, Kahn, and misc other characters as well as Artie from Pete & Pete). Bill was played by Stephen Root.

You *can* go home again.
Caminante Nocturno
It's good to have them back.
Billy the Poet
Still funny, but Jersey Shore is low-hanging fruit.
So we're the majority of the videos they made fun of.

So is almost the entirety of what MTV shows.

I disagree. I think Jersey Shore is exactly the kind of low-brow, brain-dead horse shit they need to be destroying. I like how they're still commenting on music videos too.

The Mothership
Heh hrmf. Deep.
Void 71
So the new Beavis and Butthead are going to lightly riff on banal MTV content rather than totally savage bad videos and bands like they used to?

Also, where's the heavy metal? This is Beavis and Butthead!

I hope the new series doesn't turn into an extended commercial for MTV.
Um, they've only done one episode.

il fiore bel
The episode itself was surprisingly decent, but I could really do without all the Jersey Shore/Teen Mom commentary and references. There's a good way to be relevant, and a painful way to be relevant, and these 12 minutes include both.
Hilarious. Absolutely excellent.
"Okay son, now there's gonna be some scary monsters, and some creepy people putting their hands on you. But you should be able to handle it because you're like, uh, one and a half."

I found it interesting how both segments ended with them either gravely ill or old and dying.
Resubmitted, but it's rotted a few degrees clockwise and the audio is slowed down a little because of content detection, so not ideal.
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