Beavis and Butt-head

Season 2 Episode 10

Way Down Mexico Way

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Aired Thursday 10:00 PM May 26, 1993 on MTV - Music Television
8.5
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28 votes
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Way Down Mexico Way
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Beavis and Butt-head hitchhike to Mexico to buy fireworks, and are forced to smuggle drugs on the way back.

Wall Of Voodoo - "Mexican Radio"
Pantera - "Psycho Holiday"
Ofra Haza - "In Nin' Alu"
Cycle Sluts From Hell - "I Wish You Were A Beer"
Depeche Mode - "I Feel You"
Gerardo - "Rico Suave"
Ministry - "NWO"
Soundgarden - "Outshined"
AC/DC - "Highway To Hell (live)"
Texas Tournados - "Adios, Mexico"

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SUBMIT REVIEW
  • Great

    8.0
    Beavis and Butt-head head to Mexico in an effort to obtain illegal fireworks, but instead make a run for the bathroom. In order to return from Mexico with their fireworks, Beavis and Butt-head are made to smuggle illegal drugs across the border, but do not tie the condoms up before swallowing them.

    8 out of 10
  • More of the banned stuff

    9.5
    Its amazing that most people have only seen Seasons 3-7 of Beavis and Butthead, because some of the most vicious, dangerous, controversial and depraved stunts and pranks were pulled in the First 2 seasons. This episode is a prime example where Beavis and Butthead swallow a condom full of pills and are drug mules in exchange for their "free" trip to Mexico. Also in this episode they take a bunch of illegal Mexican fireworks as well as bash a kid in the back of the head with a baseball bat to steal them.



    Along with the episodes where they sniff gas and blow up Stewart's House, put a stick of dynamite in a toilet and blow it up, and lit an aerosol spray can on fire, you will rarely if at all see this in its uncut form. Yes, these are the episodes that got all the hubbub back in 1993 in the media for their corrupting of kids who emulated them. As they are now, they are a relic of the past, before cartoons really went from being for kids to being for adults.



    Oh yeah, Mike Judge sure did tone down the show in those final 5 seasons, to the point where it was a shell of its former, and mostly crude self.moreless
Toby Huss

Toby Huss

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Mike Judge

Mike Judge

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Chris Marcil

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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