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8.8

Universal acclaim- based on 19 Ratings

User score distribution:
  1. Positive: 18 out of 19
  2. Mixed: 0 out of 19
  3. Negative: 1 out of 19

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  1. Nov 9, 2011
    10
    Beavis and Butt-head may be the single funniest animated shows ever created, and it is because of the characters. Beavis and Butt-head don't dissappoint when it comes to laughs, and when they piss off all the other characters, you'll watch it.
  2. MW3
    Jan 24, 2012
    10
    beavis and butt head the best show in the 90s one of the best lines that i like about butt head is "huh huh beavis were gonna score huh huh " hilarious
  3. Jun 27, 2013
    9
    Huh huh, hey Bevavis, huh
    Heh, heh, what Butt-head
    huh huh, this show is cool
    heh heh, yeah, heh heh, it is cool, heh heh
    huh huh
    heh heh heh heh

    9/10
  4. Jun 3, 2014
    10
    HA HA HA HA!! This show always cracks me up! This show was always the best that was on MTV, the quotes in this show is pretty funny. Like this one "I need tp for my bunhole!!!"
Metascore
76

Generally favorable reviews - based on 5 Critics

Critic score distribution:
  1. Positive: 3 out of 5
  2. Negative: 0 out of 5
  1. Reviewed by: Howard Cohen
    Feb 4, 2014
    70
    Beavis and Butt-Head are lewd and crude, and they are a phenomenon. Funny, too -- that is, if the scrawlings on the boy's bathroom stalls in your local junior high tickle your funny bone. [20 Aug 1993, p.3]
  2. Reviewed by: Rick Marin
    Feb 4, 2014
    60
    There's a fine line between clever and stupid, as somebody says in "This Is Spinal Tap," Rob Reiner's cleverly stupid "rockumentary." Beavis and Butt-head don't just walk that line: they live there. [11 July 1993, p.8]
  3. Reviewed by: Richard Roeper
    Feb 4, 2014
    90
    I happen to believe Beavis and Butt-head is a work of twisted brilliance... It's cringingly blunt and cheerfully offensive. It's also a richly textured, dead-on satire of teenage life and pop culture, which explains its growing appeal with Generation X and even some baby boomers who haven't lost their senses of humor. [24 June 1993, p.11]