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'Beavis & Butt-Head': Bounty Hunters

For the second time in a month, MTV doubled up both of their Thursday night animation entries, which meant a full hour of "Beavis & Butt-Head" (Thu., 10PM ET on MTV). With the format of the series, viewers were treated to four misadventures of the two nitwits. The most ambitious of the four was their decision to be like Dog the Bounty Hunter. When they got a tip that pictures of the most wanted felons can be found at the Post Office, they headed down there. They wound up at pictures of the President and Postmaster over the community bulletin board. It was on the board that they found a class of kids at a dojo and decided these were the "felons" they were going to bring in. With their bounty hunter "gear," they thought the martial arts instructor would be no match for them. They thought very wrong. The rest of the night saw the boys trying to give mall massages, test drive a car and even take a trip back in time. Just the usual zaniness that television's stupidest teenagers barely comprehend as it's happening around them. Read More... //feeds.huffingtonpost.com/~r/HP/Entertainment/~3/hUoe1HqBdD8/beavis-butt-head-bounty-hunters-video_n_1153064.html

'Beavis & Butt-head' review: MTV's case of arrested development

On Thursday (Oct. 27), MTV is resurrecting one of its legendary animated shows, "Beavis and Butt-head." For anyone who remembers the original show -- which aired on the cable network from 1993 - 1997 -- this will be familiar ground.The show chronicles two dorky metalhead teens who spend most of their time on a saggy couch giving snarky, if idiotic, commentary on videos and other MTV programming. Each show has a plot, but it's kind of secondary to the snark.In the season opener, the titular Beavis and Butt-head -- both of whom are voiced by creator Mike Judge ("King of the Hill," "Office Space") -- decide to get bit by something undead after seeing how much chicks dig "Twilight's" vampires. And, honestly, watching the two get repeatedly bit by a homeless man then descend into fever as their increasingly infected wounds fester isn't super-entertaining.Sure, it's still a laugh when the guys aim their dumb/witty barbs... //blog.zap2it.com/frominsidethebox/2011/10/beavis-butt-head-review-mtvs-case-of-arrested-development.html

Reviews: 'Allen Gregory' Disappoints But 'Beavis and Butt-Head' Rock Their Return

MTV has produced a lot of iconic images over the years, but when it comes to audio, its finest achievement may be a pair of unmistakable giggles. 'Beavis and Butt-head' (10PM ET Thursday, MTV) and their instantly recognizable "heheh hehehes" are back, but the news that Mike Judge and the network were resuscitating the slacker duo was a little scary when it emerged last year. I have many fond memories of the way Beavis and Butt-head fearlessly and sophomorically commented on the overblown music videos and pop-culture icons of the '90s, but in a few years, I'll be exiting television's most desirable demographic, and I probably left MTV's a decade or two ago. Would new-school Beavis and Butt-head have relevance for those unfamiliar with their breathy giggles or would the show return as a musty and ultimately irrelevant museum piece aimed at the nostalgia crowd? //www.aoltv.com/2011/10/27/reviews-allen-gregory-disappoints-but-beavis-and-butt-head/