Funky_Guy
2638 Posts
17 years, 8 months ago
Overall I would give the three volumes of the Beavis and Butt-head Mike Judge collection a four out five. I have a couple of complaints, the Beavis and Butt-head Christmas special is reduntantly included twice, first as a bonus with the first volume and then on the second disc of the third volume. That's two episodes that could have been replaced with something else for the third volume. The majority of my favorite Beavis and Butt-head episodes are here but Beard Boys, Beavis and Butt-head Island and Camping Trip. I was pleased that these DVDs included some of the music video commentaries. Again many of my favorite video critiques were included, there were just a few more I would have liked to have seen included, Sagat - "Funkdat", and the ones from Camping Trip, Frank Zappa - "You Are What You Is" and Yes - "Owner of a Lonely Heart." Even those last two videos are sort of sacred cows to me I still found what Beavis and Butt-head had to say about them funny. Overall I would say volume two is the best of the three volumes because it includes the highest amount of my faovirte video commentaries and episodes. I have volume one and three in my collection and have borrowed volume two from a friend and will eventually get that too.

I don't actually agree with some fans like the ones on Amazon who say there should be full season volumes but I think in the future there should be a supplemental volume of fan selected favorites on two or three DVDs because not every fan has the same favorites as Mike Judge and that should be respected and the episodes in that collection should all be unedited as well.
    System
    79987 Posts
    17 years, 8 months ago
    yea, seasonal sets would be the best way to go. Mike Judge did seasonal sets for "king of the hill" so why not "beavis and butthead"?......;anyway, i have the 3 volumes and there still cool pluss they have a lot of bonus stuff.

    since each of the 3 volumes of mike judge's colection only has about 40 episodes 40x3=120, and theres roughly 200 "beavis and butthead" episodes created, we're missing out on a buttload of episodes that seasonal box sets would have covered.

    you should look into "the history of beavis and butthead" its the first multi disk box set-ish "beavis and butthead" release. discontinued the day it came out in 2002, it was pulled from the sales shelves. its pretty rare though. it was released without the permition of mike judge or his homiez.
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