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

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  • Actors: Mike Judge, Dale Revo, Tracy Grandstaff, Kristofor Brown, Rottilio Michieli
  • Writers: Mike Judge, Geoff Rodkey, Jerry Lampini, Michael Klaumann, Mike Allen
  • Producers: Christina Norman, Eric Neal Young, Jon Mefford
  • Format: Animated, Box set, Color, DVD-Video, Full Screen, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada This DVD will probably NOT be viewable in other countries. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 3
  • MPAA Rating: UNRATED
  • Studio: MTV
  • Release Date: Nov. 8 2005
  • Run Time: 214 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars 27 customer reviews
  • ASIN: B000B5XOWU
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #14,604 in DVD (See Top 100 in 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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By ed on Nov. 8 2005
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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By A Customer on Dec 19 2002
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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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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 Butthead's couch watching music videos. There is NONE of that in any of the B&B compilations released so far...this one included. It would've been nice to know this (labelling? Hello!) before I bought it.
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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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"I AM CORNHOLIO! I need teepee for my bunghole!! Do not make my bunghole angry!!!" Anyone in need of these blissful
screechings from Beavis' pubescent voicebox need only pop this DVD in the player.
...Well, in many regards it
does pale, but the Bad Boys from Highland display the saving grace of finding sexual innuendo in just about *everything* (e.g., when Van Driessen [hippy teacher] says "I hope this wasn't too hard on you" and Butt-Head retorts "huh huh, he said 'hard
on.'")
Whereas "South Park" is about a crew of eight-year-old smart-[alecs], "Beavis and Butt-Head" was about a pair of adolescent
dumb-asses, and hence was much better catharsis if you needed a fix of laughing AT people, rather than just WITH them.
Best of all is the title episode, in which St. Peter (huh huh, you said 'Peter') demands a full-accounting of Beavis' basically empty life.
This is mindless fun at its best, but I agree the music videos should have been included.
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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. Mike Judge is the master of stereotypes, and exhibits this skill throughout the BNB days. The "No Laughing" segment is hilarious with the in-your-face teaching style of Mr. Buzzcut, and "Manners Suck" is phenomenal when the always mellow hippy Mr. Van Driessen attacks classroom guest Mr. Manners when Beavis accuses him of abuse. "You touch my students and I'll touch you!" The fun continues when the boys go to prison to be "Scared Straight" and have a blast rocking out Iron Maiden with two thugs they think are cool. And of course the potential for moronity is boundless when Beavis assumes his Cornholio persona and disrupts the school day at Highland High. Buy this now or you have no bunghole!
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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. To criticize Beavis and Butthead for being a one trick pony while praising South Park seems hypocritical. Anyone who has watched South Park knows that they've been running the same gags in variation. A fascination with fecal matter. The Chef's big chocolate balls. Kenny getting killed. Again. And again.
I'm not criticizing SP. I think both cartoons are funny and great. I just question pointing out the failings of one while missing the failings of the other. What's next, accusing Cheers of shooting from a bar a majority of the time while praising Everyone Loves Raymond for the recurring intruding mother?
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