New series of Beavis and Butt-Head watch the animated couple react to Tyler the Creator’s music video – watch the footage below.
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The show’s ninth season – the first in 11 years – premiered on Paramount+ earlier last month (August 4), promising to see fans of the titular duo casually comment on music videos from the likes of BTS and Olivia Rodrigo.
In the clip, the characters react to Tyler’s video for “SEE YOU AGAIN” featuring Kali Uchis. Looking at the red-hating dancers in the video, Beavis says, “What country weapon is this?”
Butt-Head then answered: “I think it is, as it is, Europe. Tyler, the Creator is going to put in America,” he says.
“Yes, I think I should overthrow the United States!” Beavis replied. “He’s not like the other politicians, you know? He tells it like it is.”
Check out the clip below.
Debuting on MTV in 1993, Beavis and Butt-Head (both portrayed by creator Mike Judge) watched and reacted to music videos released shortly before the show’s first episode aired. They tended to respond positively to videos with violent or intense themes, preferring rock groups such as the Butthole Surfers and Metallica.
This continued with the first reboot Beavis and Butthead in 2011 (when it moved from MTV to Comedy Central, and lasted for one season of 22 episodes), when the pair provided commentary on music videos from the likes of Skrillex, Katy Perry, MGMT and the Plain White Ts .
Second replacement Beavis and Butthead was confirmed in 2020, and began in June with the premiere of the main film Beavis And Butt-Head Makes The Universe. This, like the new season of the series, was shown exclusively on the streaming service Paramount +.
Beavis and ButHead originally aired for seven seasons between 1993 and 1997, and the first film adaptation(Beavis and Butt-Head For America) in 1996. A year before its current version was announced, Judge revealed that Paramount was interested in commissioning a live-action film based on the title characters.