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Beavis and Butt-head

Season 3 Episode 15

Citizen Butt-head

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Aired Thursday 10:00 PM Oct 18, 1993 on MTV - Music Television
9.4
out of 10
User Rating
40 votes
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Episode Summary

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Citizen Butt-head
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Principal McVicker gives the boys a pass to keep them away from school during President Clinton's visit, but they end up meeting him and becoming Students of the Year. videos: Tag Team - "Whoomp! There It Is" Daisy Chainsaw - "Love Your Money" Tool - "Sober" Rollins Band - "Low Self-Opinion" Suzanne Vega - "Blood Makes Noise" Georgia Satellites - "Keep Your Hands To Yourself"moreless

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SUBMIT REVIEW
  • Perfect

    10
    Principal McVicker gives the boys a pass to keep them away from school during President Clinton's visit, but they end up meeting him and becoming Students of the Year. Overall this episode was great and funny to watch the duo be retarded and go back to school after getting a pass.



    10 out of 10
  • This will always be a classic

    9.2
    This is a great example of a superb episode of a classic TV series in which the episode has some of the great jokes, and has most of the characters in the show on screen at once. Most shows don't do that, this episode is classic!



    This was a 2 part episode about Bill Clinton coming to Highland High. Principal Mcvicker gave Beavis and Butt-Head a pass to stay out of school and $50 so they wouldn't be anywhere near the president. They ended up staying at the school showing everyone their passes and talking to the president themselves.



    This episode is just well done, it's well written, it's got hilarious jokes, and it's got Mcvicker getting beat up. A classic! 9.2 out of 10.moreless
Toby Huss

Toby Huss

Various Voices

Mike Judge

Mike Judge

Beavis/Butt-head/Principal McVicker/Tom Anderson/David Van Driessen/Bradley Buzzcut/Additional Characters (voice)

Chris Marcil

Chris Marcil

Voice

Chris Phillips

Chris Phillips

Various Voices

Guy Maxtone-Graham

Guy Maxtone-Graham

Various Voices

Kristofor Brown

Kristofor Brown

Various Voices

Tabitha Soren

Tabitha Soren

Herself [voice]

Guest Star

Bill Farmer

Bill Farmer

Bill Cinton

Guest Star

Mr. Lawrence

Mr. Lawrence

Mr. Mcvicker

Guest Star

Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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  • TRIVIA (0)

  • QUOTES (7)

  • NOTES (4)

    • This was the final appearance with Mr. Stevenson as a teacher.

    • This episode would air again three months later as the first ever, "Butt Bowl." These were new episodes (with the exception of BBI) that would appear during halftime of the Super Bowl.

    • This episode aired in two parts.

    • This episode was completed before the "fire" controversy that forced the network to tone down the show. Here's why: In the TV version, Butt-head asks Clinton to "invade some country" and then the scene switches to a wide shot. On the video release "Law-Abiding Citizens" the line was "invade some country and set it on fire", followed by an agreement response by Beavis, which was sure to have ended with the catchphrase "fire, fire, fire" before it switched to the wide shot, which it did before Beavis had his chance at the F-word. I guess MTV has different editors in the TV and video release department.

      Further note: McVicker's line "Miss Tress ... bring me a new pair of pants" (followed by a "to be continued" caption) was also removed from the video release to smooth out the transition from shot to shot.

  • ALLUSIONS (1)

    • Butt-Head: Wow. Are you, like, MacGyver or something?
      MacGyver was a series in the late 80's which featured a lot of DIY-gadgets made by the hero. Still, it's a long shot to mistake a Secret Service operative for MacGyver.

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