"Huhhhh, huhhhh, huhhhh. Look Beavis, we are, like, on TV again. This rules." [Pause] "Yes, yes, yes! Fire, fire, fire!"
Beavis & Butt-Head, MTV's '90s cartoon series that came to as much define the grunge and alt-rock era as bands like Nirvana, Smashing Pumpkins, and Pearl Jam, is returning to the airwaves this summer, MTV reports. Yes, that means all-new episodes of the fart-joke crackin', heavy-metal-lovin', socially- and sexually-inept Highland, TX, duo, who premiered on MTV in 1993, started a controversy with parents for their foul language and behavior, and starred in a 1996 film Beavis and Butt-Head Do America, before the show was canceled in 1997.
The show's creator, Office Space director Mike Judge (who went on to produce King of the Hill), will return to the helm of the half-hour comedy and will again voice the roles of both Beavis and Butt-Head.
Exciting right? Even Justin Bieber, who wasn't even born when the show premiered in '93, is stoked for the dim-witted duo's return. He Tweeted, "Solid day in NYC. Played hoops and just went to the MTV Upfronts...BEAVIS and BUTTHEAD are coming back!!!"
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