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Beavis and Butt-head

Season 2 Episode 23

Washing The Dog

Aired Thursday 10:00 PM Jul 08, 1993 on MTV - Music Television
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Washing The Dog

The boys do a favor for Mr. Anderson (who they hope will die soon, and leave his money to them) by washing his dog Collette at the laundromat. Of course, they wind up in one of the dryers, too.
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  • Another perfect episode.

    Beavis and Butt-Head want to be in Mr. Anderson's will, so they decide to wash his dog for free. They take him to the laundromat and put him in the washer. They take him out shortly after, and they get in the washer themselves. They spin around in there for a little while, but then they get out feeling sick. They throw up on the dog and give him back to Mr. Anderson Overall a great episode, and when B and B go in the washer, thats funny.

    10 out of 10moreless
  • Washing the dog! Washing the DOOOG!

    This was the first and one of the funniest Beavis and Butt-head episodes that I have ever seen. They take Anderson's poodle to the laundromat to get her washed (and laugh at the implications of the sign that says BIG LOAD). After she comes out of the washing machine, which confuses me on why it didn't kill her, Beavis and Butt-head notice how "stoned" the dog is and they decide to ride inside of the washing machine. They become so sick and puke on her which just puts them back at square one (uh-huh-huh...I said square).

    Two favorite Butt-head lines: "This washing machine just made my pants dirtier." and "To them, my face looks like a sock."moreless
  • Excellent episode

    In beavis and butthead episode washing the dog, the boys are tasked with washing Tom Anderson's dog, Colette. They then decide to take her to a laundromat to quickly clean her up, so they put her in the dryer, then get the idea to do that themselves.

    As one of the earliest episodes for the show, I thought it was one of the best episodes ever, due in part ot the fact that it was the first episode I saw of the series. The script was well done and the humor was great, though if I had one bad thing wrong with it, it's that beavis doesn't talk all that much.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 (7)

    • Butt-head: (At Laundromat) Huh huh huh, it says 'load.'

    • Butt-head: Hey Mr. Anderson, are you gonna die pretty soon?
      Beavis: Yeah, and leave all your money to someone?
      Butt-head: That would be cool.
      Mr. Anderson: Boys, every man faces death; Lord knows I've faced it many times. I took led at Anzio; I was napalmed in Korea; and boy, that little filly in Paris put an awful strain on my ticker, I tell you what.

    • Anderson: It's like the story of the two frogs who fell into a pan of boiling milk. One of them said I'm done for, and he gave up and died, the other one started flapping his little froggy arms, flapping his arms, flapping his arms til finally he was standing on a big chunk of cheese.
      Butt-head: Whoa! We gotta try that.
      Beavis: Yeah, you got any milk?
      Anderson: All's I'm saying is that you boys have to get off your butts and work harder.
      Butt-head: Hey, it was free, asswipe!
      Anderson: That's it. Get your worthless hides off my property and don't ever come back!
      Butt-head: Uh, okay, but, uh, we just got one question.
      Anderson: GET OUT!
      Butt-head: Uh, can we be in your will?
      (Anderson slams the door)

    • Mr. Anderson: She smells worse than when I gave her to you.
      Beavis: I don't smell nothing.
      Butt-head: Uh...we used a special new dog detergent. Lemon scented chunks.
      Mr. Anderson: Well, detergent ain't enough, boys. You gotta use good old elbow grease.
      Butt-head: We used...uh...stomach grease.

    • (The boys are in the dryer.)
      Butt-head: Hey Beavis, I just made my pants dirtier.
      Beavis: Hey, look out the window. Those people can see us.
      Butt-head: Yeah. To them, my face looks like a sock.

    • Mr. Anderson: Well, you could give Collette here a bath...she ain't been feeling well lately; she's been rolling around in her own sick.
      Butt-head: Smells like teen spirit.
      Beavis: Smells like your butt.

    • Butthead: It's a poodle, set it on delicate.

  • NOTES (3)

    • Included on "The Mike Judge Collection Volume 1"

    • This episode also appears on the home video release "there
      goes the neighborhood"

    • This episode later became banned, either because of the scene were the boys stick the poodle in the washing machine, or when they go in it themselves, I guess the show didn't want any lawsuits from animal rights groups or concerned parents about their kids going in a washing machine. Although banned, this episode later appeared on the worlds most dangerous Beavis and Butt-head episodes special.
      Response to above:
      This episode was actually banned for both animal cruelty and Beavis and Butt-head riding inside a dryer.