Beavis & Butthead-Mike Judge Collection
With the explosion of pop-cultural artifacts in the new millennium (thanks to
Judge explains in an insert:
“I’ve often said that there’s about a third of Beavis and Butt-Head that I think is great and I’m really proud of, another third that is okay, and then another third that is really awful and embarrassing. A while back I talked with the folks at MTV and we agreed to put out a
The series’ mixture of crude animation, crude humor and social satire hasn’t aged as well as that of, for example, “The Simpsons,” but, though the novelty is gone, much of Judge’s broad comedy and still works, and, in retrospect, the show proves very influential. It’s hard to imagine the host of similar animated series that emerged after the four year run of “Beavis and Butt-Head”ended in 1997—Judge’s own “King of the Hill,” Matt Stone and Trey Parker’s “South Park” or Seth MacFarland’s “Family Guy”—without it.
Don’t miss episodes: “No Laughing,” “Washing the Dog,” “