Beavis and Butt-head

Season 6 Episode 2

The Mystery Of Morning Wood

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Aired Thursday 10:00 PM Nov 20, 1995 on MTV - Music Television
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The Mystery Of Morning Wood
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As a class assignment for the weekend, the boys attempt to solve the mystery, but fall asleep before the arrival of the "Morning Wood Fairy." videos: Juliana Hatfield - "What A Life" Railroad Jerk - "Rollerkoaster" Silverchair - "Tomorrow"

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    8.0
    Van Driessen challenges the class to solve a mystery, so Beavis and Butt-head attempt to learn why they get erections in the morning. Van Driessen challenges the class to solve a mystery, so Beavis and Butt-head attempt to learn why they get erections in the morning. Van Driessen challenges the class to solve a mystery, so Beavis and Butt-head attempt to learn why they get erections in the morning.

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Toby Huss

Toby Huss

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Mike Judge

Mike Judge

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Chris Marcil

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Chris Phillips

Chris Phillips

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Guy Maxtone-Graham

Guy Maxtone-Graham

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Kristofor Brown

Kristofor Brown

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  • QUOTES (13)

    • Beavis: (during Silverchair video/singing Boston's More Than A Feeling) More than a feeling.
      Butt-head: (joining in Boston song) I woke up this morning, and the sun was gone huh huh.
      Beavis: CLOSED MY EYES, AND I SLIPPED AWAYYYYAA!
      Butt-head: Yeah, that song sucks!

    • Beavis: Let's go break something.

    • Butt-head: Science sucks.

    • Butt-head: Maybe morning wood is supposed to be a mystery. It's like, the mystery is too dangerous.
      Beavis: Yeah, I'm just like, glad it happens.

    • (watching Railroad Jerk video)
      Butt-head: Uh, that looks kinda like Conan O'brian.
      Beavis: Oh, yeah, I heard he has a gigantic shlong.
      Butt-head: Uh, no, you're thinking of me Beavis.

    • Butt-head: I kinda get a special feeling in my butt cheeks when an elevator goes down.

    • Beavis: You know like, some times when you're on a rollercoaster, and it feels like your nads are floating inside your sack?
      Butt-head: Uh, yeah.
      Beavis: Well, um, that gives me a special feeling.

    • Butt-head: Whoa, cool, "Spank" magazine.
      Beavis: Yeah, April, check out page 63.
      Butt-head: Dammit Beavis, this isn't scientific. It'll only give us artificial stiffies.

    • Beavis: That fairy in Peter Pan had a pretty nice butt.

    • Beavis: Maybe there's like, a Morning Wood fairy.

    • Beavis: Dammit Butt-head, why do you always have to tear down everything good in my life?
      Butt-head: 'Cause your life sucks, Beavis. Your life sucks, and nobody likes you.

    • Butt-head: Hey Beavis, if we discover the mystery of morning wood, we will be famous the world over.

    • Van Driessen: So, have you two chose your topic?
      Butt-head: No. We're not going to do it.
      Beavis: Yeah, it sounds too hard.
      Van Driessen: Come on, guys. This should be easy. Many people are famous for discovering mysteries. For example, in the morning, would you have though of a mystery that is yet to be discovered?
      Butt-head: He said "morning wood".
      Van Driessen: That sounds like a mystery. I'll accept your idea on morning wood only if you're going to be serious about it.
      Butt-head: If we find the mystery of morning wood, we will be famous.

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    • Butt-head: "Dammit Beavis, this isn't scientific. It'll only give us artificial stiffies."
      Butt-head states that looking at the (presumably) naked women on page 63 in Spank magazine will only give them artificial stiffies. Basically, he is saying that page 63 is a confounding variable and will distort their findings. This is remarkable insight, especially considering Butt-head's apparent intellectual limitations.

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