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Beavis & Butt-Head: The Mike Judge Collection Volume 1

Mike Judge , Dale Revo    Unrated   DVD
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Beavis is the one in the Metallica T-shirt. Butt-Head is the one in the AC/DC T-shirt. Hobbies include nose picking, head banging, and breaking stuff. Needless to say, they are very, very stupid. When not attending Highland High, (hardly) working at Burger World, or watching the boob (huh-huh) tube, they're harassing Mr. Anderson, who's often hiring them for some job or another. Emmy-winning creator Mike Judge (Office Space), who voices the characters, hand-picked the 40 shorts in this collection, including 23 director's cut editions.

Throughout the shorts, which were created for MTV, Beavis and Butt-Head do their worst. Stunts they pull on the dim-bulb Anderson, a prototype for King of the Hill's Hank Hill, include: Riding off with his mower ("Home Improvement"), chopping down his tree ("Lawn and Garden"), throwing his poodle in the washer ("Washing the Dog"), and destroying his golf clubs ("Pool Toys"). Fate has a funny way of catching up with the cretins, however, as when Beavis gets bit by a rabid dog ("Rabies Scare") and goes to hell ("The Final Judgement of Beavis") or when Butt-Head chokes on a piece of chicken ("Choke") and gets his mouth wired shut ("Patients, Patients").

Other characters include buddy Stewart, bully Todd, pinhead Principal McVicker, teachers Buzzcut and Van Driessen, and the Great Cornholio (Beavis's demonic alter-ego). Guest voices include David Spade ("Manners Suck"), David Letterman ("Late Night With Butt-Head"), and Gilbert Gottfried ("Right On"). As astute fans are sure to notice, this set omits the word "complete" from the title as Judge chose not to include those shorts he considers "really, really awful and embarrassing" (mostly those in which B&B set things on fire). Plus, there's more to come from seasons five through seven and the mini-documentary Taint of Greatness makes for a nice addition. --Kathleen C. Fennessy



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5.0 out of 5 stars too good Nov. 8 2005
By ed
Format:DVD
I purchased this dvd this afternoon, excited to watch it. This was a good idea on Mike Judges` behalf. He made a great collection of a good tv show. All the episodes are hilarious and well chosen for this dvd. A must have for and Beavis and Butthead fans!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Eat it Paula Nechak! Dec 19 2002
By A Customer
Format:DVD
South Park is funnier than Beavis and Butthead?? Is it funnier than the Simpsons too? Despite the Editorial Review of this DVD, B & B remain hilarious to most everyone except the most stuck up, tight-asses. The only thing she said that was true is that No Laughing is one of the funniest bits. Ahh to be 15 years old again...
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4.0 out of 5 stars Bunghole Surprise for the Original Critic Jan. 23 2003
By A Customer
Format:DVD
B&B, South Park & Simpsons ALL have their hilarious moments, and during other times, their 'less-than-hilarious' moments. Gut-busting comedy is impossible to sustain non-stop for 30 minutes.
No sitcoms can do that, so why would anyone expect the same from these cartoons? (Heh-heh ... I said "Would"). All 3 of these cartoons may be obnoxious at face value, but underneath, they throw occasional daggers at various people & groups in society -- pretty much, everybody.
And thanks to shows like South Park & Simpsons, holier-than-thou populations can be brought down -- or shot down -- to Earth for some humble pie.
In B&B's case, the absurd musicians & bands reaping the 80s-benefits of MTV-boosted popularity & fame were badly in need of humility, so B&B's music videos segments took aim & hit targets fairly well.
The first critic (not the original) was right -- the music video segments were the best part, especially when B&B railed on big-hair 80s-glamour-rock bands or on pseudo-tough rap artists (Beavis: "Snoop Dogg's in da howse!").
More importantly, B&B did exactly what MTV should not have allowed it to do -- serve as a reminder to the general public that the entertainment industry -- and entertainers themselves -- only exist in some distant land, across a chasm of hypocrisy & self-preservation. And they only appear on MTV & other channels humanizing themselves to increase revenues for all parties, boost album sales, & generate concert attendance.
In essence, B&B shows us -- teenagers in particular -- why musicians & artists should be admired, but never worshipped (as per Elvis & Beatles of previous generations).
OK -- maybe the story segments of B&B & the other shows sometimes blow chunks. But compared to vanilla-white sitcoms like Family Matters, Cosby, Full House, Everybody Loves Raymond, and so on, what choice do we have? Urkel vs. Beavis? Don't bother asking.
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5.0 out of 5 stars this is some funny stuff Jan. 4 2003
Format:VHS Tape
No Laughing(A+)-This tape starts out with a bang. In this ep, the b's aren't allowed to laugh during sex ed class. Hilite when Buzzcut was shouting sex ed subjects while the b's were trying to restrain their laughter.
Scared Straight(B)-A good ep, but not as strong as the first one.
Here, the b's go to a prison via the school's scared straight system and befriend two prisoners. Hilite when Butthead was #2'ing in front of laughing prisoners.
They're Coming To Take Me Away(A-)-Better than the last, but still can't compare to the first. Here, the b's visit the school psychiatrist and get sent to the nuthouse. Hilite when the b's were talking about Beavis' ma.
Manners...(A)-Improvement over last two. Here, a manners expert tries to teach the b's about good manners, but they end up getting him in trouble. Hilite when the b's use manners when #2'ing.
Liar Liar(A-)-Not as good as the last, but it's still superb. Here, the b's are accused of stealing and must undergo a polygraph test. Hilite when Beavis is proven to be a murderer.
Great Cornholio(A+)-Perfect ep, but not as awesome as No Laughing. Here, Beavis downs candy and becomes CORNHOLIO!! Hilite when Cornholio starts wanderin the halls.
Beavis' Final Judgement(B+)-Only better than one ep, but it's a very good ep. Here, Beavis dreams he meets St. Peter and gets sent to Hell. Hilite when Peter reminds Beavis about the times he touched himself.
All n all, I give this tape an A-.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Good for B&B fans April 2 2002
Format:VHS Tape
The final judgement is the only Beavis and Butthead collection avaliable on DVD and the reson being is that it sold the most. Not because it was the best but because it was released at a time when Beavis and Butthead's popularity was skyrocketing. You couldn't escape these two in 1995. As a big fan of the show I did enjoy the video but I wouldn't put it in my five favorites.
-No laughing(A), for punishment the boys are not allowed to laugh and if they do, they will be expelled to a school where they will get there butts will get kicked on a daily basis. By far the best episode from the early years. It is even more funny watching them trying not to laugh, and the scene where they try to speak spainish is priceless.
-Scared straight(B), the boys are sent to the scared straight program to learn to behave but instead make friends with the inmates. This episode is a mix bag, the cursing is funny and the end is good but this episode is little short of the mark
-They're coming to take me away huh huh(B), the boys are examined by the new school psychologist and end up going to an insane asylum. Again this one has its moments but isn't very memorable. The jokes about Beavis' mom are the best.
-Manners Suck(B), a new teacher tries to teach the class manners but loses it when Beavis and Butthead want follow his instructions. Again there is nothing wrong with this episode but there is nothing to great either. The end with the two of them in the bathroom is funny.
-Liar Liar(B+), after their manager thinks that they stole money from Burgur World, Beavis and Butthead have to take a lie detector test, neither is found guilty of the crime, but they discover something interesting about Beavis.
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4.0 out of 5 stars It is edited
The set is great, but Buyer Beware: The episodes have been edited. While watching the episodes, they seemed unusually short, even after taking into account that the music videos... Read more
Published on Feb. 18 2006 by Benjamin J. Atkinson
5.0 out of 5 stars YA BABY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
I thoght it was fantastic!!!!!!!!!!!i love bevis and butthead they rock!ya baby!
Published on Jan. 25 2006
5.0 out of 5 stars One trick pony
OK, I haven't seen this DVD. I've more than likely seen the episodes it compiles. My reason for writing this is to question the Amazon review by Paula. Read more
Published on Feb. 24 2004 by Erin
1.0 out of 5 stars [BAD]! No Music Videos Included!
I can't remember the last time I've been so disappointed with a purchase. The absolute funniest parts of each B&B episode were their interaction while watching camped out on... Read more
Published on July 29 2003 by Richard C. Harrelson, Jr.
1.0 out of 5 stars awful
Dont buy any of these dvd's if you value the funniest parts of the episodes...the music videos. They arent included, but instead pushed out these horrible dvds that only include... Read more
Published on April 21 2003
4.0 out of 5 stars Classic no brain humor
I was catapulted into my high school years again as soon as i poped this one in... full on childish prank humor, its a good laugh when you need somthing simple. Read more
Published on April 11 2003 by Amazon Customer
5.0 out of 5 stars No If's And's Or Butts....
Beavis and Butt-head bring classic moronity to the extreme in this 7 episode collection, which is now out of print and a must-have for any Butt Burglar enthusiast. Read more
Published on March 1 2003 by NetBlazerDJ
5.0 out of 5 stars Don't bogart my log
HEY! I'm a 33 year old woman and I ADORE Beavis and Butthead! You people need to stop making stereotypical generalizations... and uh... stuff.
Published on Dec 2 2002 by Wendi
5.0 out of 5 stars Figures . . .
. . . the negative-condescending editorial review was written by a WOMAN. This show was made for males between the ages 14-30 and was IMMENSELY popular during its tenure on MTV. Read more
Published on Oct. 23 2002 by Maria Marcela Melia
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