Beavis and Butt-head

Season 3 Episode 7


Aired Thursday 10:00 PM Sep 14, 1993 on MTV - Music Television
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Episode Summary


The boys go to a trailer park during a tornado and (almost) get to "do it" with Lolita & Tanqueray.

Ministry - "Just One Fix"
Accept - "Balls To The Wall"
Samantha Fox - "Naughty Girls Need Love Too"
PJ Harvey - "50 Ft. Queenie"


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  • good.

    The boys go to a trailer park during a tornado and (almost) get to "do it" with Lolita & Tanqueray.Upon hearing of a coming tornado, the duo decide to investigate at a trailer park. Upon hearing of a coming tornado, the duo decide to investigate at a trailer park. Overall a great episode that gets a 9.5 out of 10
  • One of my favorite episodes!

    Like I said in the comedian review episode I have been a fan of B&B since I was 10. I use to have this episode on my 8 hour B&B tape. The barney scene was cencord but still was hilarious when barney stuck his bear hands in the oven burning his hands saying ow im burning kids help this sucks! and starts yelling I never saw the uncut version that time. The 2 guys ride their bikes to the trailer parks and meet lolita and tankeray almost get some until getting caught up in the giant twister I cracked up while they ride the tornado and my favorite videos were MINISTRY/ACCEPT/PJ HARVEY.moreless
  • Awesome

    Wow this episode has more allusions than you can shake a stick at: Tailhook scandal, Wizard of Oz, Barney, etc etc. The little air guitar plug for Edgar Winter Group's Frankenstein is a great ender to the episode as well. First of many appearances of Lolita and Tanqueray, as they go from living in a trailer park to dating Todd to being on Teen Talk. Though you may not recognize their look in this episode as compared to the others. And yes, Beavis and Butthead still dont score.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


Chris Phillips

Chris Phillips

Various Voices

Guy Maxtone-Graham

Guy Maxtone-Graham

Various Voices

Kristofor Brown

Kristofor Brown

Various Voices

Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions


  • TRIVIA (0)

  • QUOTES (12)

    • (Watching PJ Harvey video)
      Butt-head: Beavis, the name of this song is '50 Foot Queenie.'
      Beavis: Yeah, I'd like a 50 foot queenie.
      Butt-head: I'd like a 50 foot wienie.

    • (Watching Samantha Fox video)
      Butt-head: If this video had some explosions, it would be the coolest video ever.
      Beavis: Yeah, and like, if the music was cool too.
      Butt-head: Oh yeah, and they'd have to have some, like, better singig.
      Beavis: Yeah, and not those guys.
      Butt-head: Yeah, then it would rule.

    • (Watching Except video and realizing it sucks)
      Butt-head: Well, he is saying 'balls.' Normally, that would be pretty cool.
      Beavis: Yeah, but under these circumstances, it sucks.
      Butt-head: Usually, demolition and destruction is pretty cool, too, but I don't know, like here, it's like, here it just, it falls flat.

    • (Getting carried away by the tornado, before getting to score with the girls)
      Beavis: This sucks, we were gonna do it!
      Butt-head: You mean *I* was gonna do it.
      Beavis: You were just gonna spank your monkey.

    • Beavis: I'm getting a Woodrow.

    • Announcer: Stay tuned as Butt-head discovers a mysterious growth in his pants -- coming up next.

    • (at the trailer park during the tornado storm)
      Lolita: (to the boys) Hi, I'm Lolita, and this is Tanqueray.
      Tanqueray: Since we're all about to die, we were wondering if you guys'd like to be our last boyfriends on earth?

    • Beavis: Tornadoes are cool, they can drive matches through a 2x4.
      Butt-head: Yeah, a tornado can smash a poodle's face with a brick.
      Beavis: They can suck a heart out of a man's chest and show it to him before he dies.

    • (watching Ministry video)
      Beavis: Um, well, it would be pretty cool if, like, if somebody puked.
      Butt-head: So let it be done. Check it out Beavis. (throws up)
      Beavis: Ah, ah, that was disgusting.
      Butt-head: You asked for it dude.
      Beavis: Yeah, but I didn't ask for blood in it. That was beyond the limits of good taste.

    • Beavis: Tornadoes are cool.

    • Weatherman: Ahoy weather fans, Captain Dick Jackman here at the Newscenter Weather Console. My trusty radar tells me there's a line of tornadoes forming in the western county region. I'll have devastation footage at six, plus, the preschooler of the week.

    • (watching talkshow)
      Woman on talkshow: Well why did you enlist if you didn't want your breasts fondled?
      Beavis: Really.

  • NOTES (5)

    • This episode also marks the debut of local TV personality Dick Jackman.

    • The complete unedited version of this episode appears on the home video release"Sticky Situations".

    • This episode marks the first appearences of recurring characters Lolita and Tanqueray, however they are animated considerably different in this episode.

    • two edits in the Accept /Balls to the walls video:
      1.Beavis flicking his lighter whill saying,"Maybe hes just special".
      2.Beavis saying,"Even if they had some fire in this video it would still suck.

    • This episode is now shown edited; the scene with "Barney" -- his hands on fire -- yelling, "This sucks!" is heard, but the original visual is replaced with a "Technical Difficulties" card on Beavis and Butt-head's TV.


    • :: :
      When the boys are invited to make out with the trailer park girls (before they die), the boys become excited and play the instrumental "Frankenstein" by The Edgar Winters Group on air guitar. After the girls are blown by the tornado into Oz (also a Wizard of Oz reference) they run into some munchkins who also become excited and play the same song on their own air guitars.

    • Audience Member: "Well why did you enlist if you didn't want your breasts fondled?"
      When the audience member of the talk show the boys are watching asks this question, she is referring to the Naval Aviator's 1991 Tailhook Convention scandal in which several women were sexually harassed or assaulted.