Beavis and Butt-Head Do America

Synopsis: Two of the biggest animated slackers around, Beavis (Mike Judge) and Butt-head (also Judge) get a kick-start when two crooks steal their TV. On their mission to find a replacement, Beavis and Butt-head wind up in the motel of Muddy Grimes (Bruce Willis), where a case of mistaken identity has them after his wife, Dallas (Demi Moore). Due to misunderstanding Grimes when he says to "do" his wife, the two travel from Las Vegas to Washington, not realizing they've been sent out to kill the woman.
Director(s): Mike Judge, Mike de Seve
Production: Paramount Home Video
  1 win & 4 nominations.
Rotten Tomatoes:
81 min

The movie begins with scenes of people screaming in horror

and running down the streets of a big city. The ground shakes from

what seems like giant footsteps. There are pieces of building

debris falling everywhere, people getting crushed, power lines

coming down, etc. - complete pandemonium. It all looks very much

like a Japanese animated King-Kong or Godzilla movie. We hear the

footsteps getting closer and the ground shaking becomes more

intense - more debris falling. Then we see a HUGE BLACK TENNIS

SHOE come into frame and smash a National Guard truck. As we pan

up, we see the white socks, then the red shorts, the AC/DC T-

shirt, then we hear the familiar, "Huh huh huh." - only it's a

huge sound...this is a THREE-HUNDRED FOOT TALL BUTT-HEAD. "Butt-

Kong" continues his path of destruction - stomping on cars and

buildings and saying, "This is cool. Huh huh huh."

Airplanes and tanks start firing at Butt-Head (Butt-Kong).

He looks irritated and says, "Cut it out butt-munch!" Butt-Head

swats at the planes, sending them crashing to the ground and

stomps on the tanks. Then, something catches his eye. Butt-Head

reaches into a skyscraper and picks up a nice looking woman - a

lot like the one from the King Kong movie. He looks down at her in

his hand and goes wide-eyed, "Whoa! Huh huh huh." The woman

screams in terror as Butt-Head looks down at her and tries a few

lame pick up lines. "Uuuuh...Hey baby. I'm like, pretty tall. Huh

huh huh." He swats down a helicopter that is circling his head,

"Dammit, I'm trying to score!" The helicopter goes down in flames.

We CUT TO some guys sitting on a tank firing at him. They notice

giant footsteps coming from the other direction and turn the tank

around. Through their binoculars we see a THREE-HUNDRED FOOT

BEAVIS coming from the horizon. The giant Beavis is even more

destructive than Butt-Kong (maybe he could be breathing fire).

Beavis starts trying to pick up on Butt-Head's woman. Butt-Head

puts the woman down and he and Beavis begin to go at it, leveling

the city with one of their stupid juvenile smack-fights.

We CROSS-DISSOLVE from three-hundred foot Beavis shaking

Butt-Kong to Butt-Head asleep on the couch with Beavis shaking




Butt-Head! Butt-Head! Hey, Butt-Head!

Butt-Head is dead asleep on the couch. Beavis shakes him.


Butt-Head, wake up, wake up!

Butt-Head comes around.


Dammit, Beavis, I was about to score.

Huh huh.


Yeah, but check it out. It's gone!


What's gone?


The TV.

Beavis is making STRANGE NOISES, in a state of shock.

Butt-Head rubs his eyes and looks at the empty space where the TV



Uuuuuuh, huh huh. Uuh,...

Out the window, we see two YOUNG MEN carrying B&B's TV into their


Still on the couch, Butt-Head looks over at the broken window. We

see a CROWBAR lying on the floor, and the front door left open.

Butt-Head looks at the BROKEN WINDOW, at the CROWBAR, the OPEN

DOOR, then back at the EMPTY SPACE where the TV was. He does this

a couple of times - piecing it all together.


Whoa! I think I just figured something

out Beavis.




This sucks.


Yeah, heh heh.

Beavis is still in shock. They both stare at the empty space where

the TV was for a beat, not quite sure what to do.

Beavis is SHAKING AND MAKING WEIRD NOISES. He presses buttons on

the remote a few times, as if it might help somehow.


This sucks more than anything that

has ever sucked before. We must find

this butt-hole that took the TV.

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Mike Judge

Michael Craig "Mike" Judge (born October 17, 1962) is an American actor, voice actor, animator, writer, producer, director, and musician. He created and starred in the animated television series Beavis and Butt-Head (1993–1997, 2011), King of the Hill (1997–2010) and The Goode Family (2009), and co-created the television sitcom Silicon Valley (2014–present). more…

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