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Beavis and Butt-Head Do Christmas 

Beavis and Butt-head spend Christmas watching music videos, reading letters from viewers and spoof popular Christmas movies into their own hilarious shorts, like: "Huh Huh Humbug" and "It's a Miserable Life".

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Tracy Grandstaff ...
Daria Morgendorffer / Mrs. Stevenson / Cassandra (voice)
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Guy Maxtone-Graham ...
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Beavis and Butt-head spend Christmas watching music videos, reading letters from viewers and spoof popular Christmas movies into their own hilarious shorts, like: "Huh Huh Humbug" and "It's a Miserable Life".

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Scrooge you!


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19 December 1995 (USA)  »

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"Huh Huh Humbug" is a parody of the classic Charles Dickens story, A Christmas Carol. Butt-Head's character is the equivalent of Jacob Marley, and the McVicker family is the equivalent of the Crachit family. See more »

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Santa Butt-Head: Dammit, Beavis, if you try to order me around again, I'm gonna your butt so hard it will turn inside out and come out your mouth. Huh huh huh. That would be cool. Huh huh huh.
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Spun-off from Beavis and Butt-Head (1993) See more »

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Jingle Bells B
by James Pierpont and Otto Sieben
Intro for "Huh Huh Humbug"
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Beavis & Butt-Head's cool, must-see Christmas special
25 December 2002 | by (Richmond, CA) – See all my reviews

Beavis & Butt-Head spend their Christmas watching music videos, reading letters from viewers and making fun of two Christmas classics, "A Christmas Carol" and "It's a Wonderful Life."

In the first short, "Huh Huh Humbug," Beavis (literally) dreams of becoming a boss at Burger World where he makes Butt-Head and McVicker work late. He goes home and watches a pornographic video, but keeps getting interrupted by ghosts of Butt-Head, Tom Anderson, Van Driessen, and Mr. Buzzcut. Each one of them - except for Butt-Head - suggests that Beavis should clean up his act or else. Funny as hell!

The second short, "It's a Miserable Life," has a guardian angel who is assigned to look over Beavis and Butt-Head separate the two by showing how the world would be a better place without Butt-Head. As the angel shows Butt-Head around town, he insists that it is actually a lot better without him, but Butt-Head disagrees and says that it sucks. This short does not suck, but is not quite as good as the first.

This is not their first Christmas special. Mike Judge made one or two Christmas specials before, but they were much shorter. This one at 45 minutes is primarily geared towards fans of the two slackers or anyone who loathes Christmas or in need of a good laugh. The only thing that blows is the music videos. You might also find some humor in Beavis and Butt-head's responses to letters from viewers. This video belongs to your collection of other Christmas videos along with "Frosty the Snowman," and "Rudolph, the Red-Nosed Reindeer." Merry Christmas.

My evaluation: B+


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