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  • Beavis and Butthead
  • Beavis And Butthead
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  • Beavis and Butt-head is an MTV show that aired from 1993 to 1997. The show marked the first appearance of the character Daria. In the first episode of Daria, she moves from Beavis and Butthead's hometown of Highland to Lawndale, the setting for Daria.
  • Beavis and Butthead are the two dimwitted teenage boys from the same-named show, who inherited aforementioned dimwittedness from their fathers.
  • Beavis and Butthead is an animated American TV show about two big headed boys who love heavy metal and go on many funny adventures. Soon after Beavis and Butt-head made its debut on MTV, my parents were among the many who forbade their children from watching it (...) I made sure to not recite any lines from [it] in front of the two. While some people considered it the end of the civilised world, Time’s respected critic Kurt Andersen lauded its irreverence and famously wrote that it “may be the bravest show ever run on national television.” Its over 200 original episodes, books (yes, plural), movie, and soundtrack were enjoyed by millions from its debut on March 8, 1993, through its original end in 1997, and again during its brief return in 2011.
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  • Beavis and Butt-head is an MTV show that aired from 1993 to 1997. The show marked the first appearance of the character Daria. In the first episode of Daria, she moves from Beavis and Butthead's hometown of Highland to Lawndale, the setting for Daria.
  • Beavis and Butthead are the two dimwitted teenage boys from the same-named show, who inherited aforementioned dimwittedness from their fathers.
  • Beavis and Butthead is an animated American TV show about two big headed boys who love heavy metal and go on many funny adventures. Soon after Beavis and Butt-head made its debut on MTV, my parents were among the many who forbade their children from watching it (...) I made sure to not recite any lines from [it] in front of the two. While some people considered it the end of the civilised world, Time’s respected critic Kurt Andersen lauded its irreverence and famously wrote that it “may be the bravest show ever run on national television.” Its over 200 original episodes, books (yes, plural), movie, and soundtrack were enjoyed by millions from its debut on March 8, 1993, through its original end in 1997, and again during its brief return in 2011.