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Beavis and Butt-Head is an American adult animated sitcom created by Mike Judge. The series originated from Frog Baseball, a short film by Judge. With Natalie DiCristofano, Carlo Lorenzo Garcia, Akeem Lawanson, Jared Winkler. Beavis and Butt-Head and Daria meet up at the No-Tell Motel in this Cartoon. Explore Cherie Lewis's board "Beavis and Butt Head and Daria" on Pinterest. | See more ideas about Daria quotes, Daria morgendorffer and Daria mtv. the regular show meets beavis and butthead Beavis And Butthead Quotes, Cartoon.
Episodes could also have gone before or after their premiere over previously aired episodes; the best thing to do is to just use your imagination. Daria, however, showed Daria going from apparently tenth grade to graduation in five years. This causes some major problems for continuity: Luckily for nerds everywhere, Butt-head stated Daria "moved" in the fourth episode of the second run; this sets everything after Daria's ninth grade.
Episodes with Daria in Edit The episodes listed here are the ones where Daria had a speaking part, rather than the background. Depending on one's source, episodes either had production numbers ending in either "a" or "b" depending on whether the episode was the first or second shown in a thirty-minute block or had no production numbers at all.
The show premiered in before the obsessive record-keeping synonymous with internet fandom was in place, and one will find different lists of episodes placing the shows in different production order and even different air dates!
As a result, three episodes have been credited with being the first appearance of Daria: In the Beavis and Butt-head: Many of the below episodes have not been included in the Beavis and Butt-head: This includes important for Daria fans episodes like Scientific Stuff. Mike Judge has said that he dislikes many of the early episodes owing to the poor animation.
In addition, the early episodes are somewhat sadistic and the DVD releases have edited some of the more controversial content e. The episode Scientific Stuff is sometimes shown in slightly edited form, to remove references to fire that had generated controversy. Dickie to work with Beavis and Butt-head on a science project.
She went through three different outfits, had a stockier figure, and initially was a more expressive character; her iconic monotone voice would only develop over time.
She would become more sardonic over time, but showed early on that she could hold her own against the two and could react fast to their antics. She had a minor role in her first appearance, "Sign Here". She answered questions from Van Driessen on furriers and their treatment of animals.
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In her second episode with them, "Scientific Stuff", she was forced to do a science class presentation with them and turned it to her advantage by using them as the presentation's experiment.
In later appearances, she would alternate between being irritated by their antics and finding their stupidity to be amusing: In "Sporting Goods" she gave three eye-popping gasps while Beavis and Butt-head wear eye patches as athletic supporters, which is a dramatic contrast to her monotonous behavior in the later series. She lacked the passionate hatred for them that Principal McVicker and Coach Buzzcut had and was one of the very few characters that would willingly seek them out, but did not really believe there is any hope for them either as David Van Driessen had.
On multiple occasions, she took it upon herself to explain simple concepts to them, such as informing them in "U. History" what graduation was Beavis responded, "You mean, like In a Christmas special, it is stated that Butt-Head had been responsible for giving her a negative outlook on boys.Burger Kings! - Beavis And Butthead - MTV
Aside from that, she was one of the few characters that the duo never managed to drive crazy as they had with many other students and teachers.
Butt-Head would sometimes treat her with some degree of respect, following her advice in "Sprout" and chuckling "Daria's cool!
Daria appeared frequently in the Marvel Comics adaptation of the TV show, and also got to appear on the cover of one issue and "answer" the fan mail in two others. Daria's own show would never mention Beavis and Butt-Head and only named Highland once at the beginning of the first episode of season one, carried over from the original and unbroadcast pilot.
This was later changed to: Beavis and Butt-Head are not role models. They're not even human. Some of the things they do would cause a person to get hurt, expelled, arrested, possibly deported. To put it another way: For example, one character on the show, Tom Anderson, originally called them "Butthole" and "Joe", and believed the two to be of Asian ethnicity describing them to the police as " Oriental ".
In later episodes, Tom Anderson uses the Hollings mispronunciation once, and on at least one occasion refers to them as "Penis and Butt-Munch". President Clinton called them "Beavis and Bum-head" in "Citizen Butt-head", as well as in the moviewhere an old lady voiced by Cloris Leachman consistently calls them "Travis" and "Bob-head".
In "Incognito", when another student threatens to kill them, the duo uses this to their advantage, pretending to be exchange students named "Crevis and Bung-Head". The bully, seeing through the disguises, calls them "Beaver and Butt-Plug". Beavis and Butt-Head have been compared to idiot savants because of their creative and subversively intelligent observations of music videos.
This part of the show was mostly improvised by Mike Judge. With regard to criticisms of the two as "idiots", Judge responded that a show about straight-A students would not be funny.
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It gained mostly positive reviews from film critics and a "two thumbs up" from Siskel and Ebert. In the years following, many fans rumored the possibility of a sequel or follow-up to the film, tentatively titled Beavis and Butt-Head: The Sequel  or Beavis and Butt-Head 2. There's sort of a cameo in one episode. That'll be a surprise. On more than one occasion, Judge told the writers that one of their ideas for an episode of King of the Hill would work well for Beavis and Butt-head; eventually he concluded, "Maybe we should just actually make some good Beavis and Butt-head episodes.