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Beavis and Butt-head - The Mike Judge Collection, Vol. 3

Beavis and Butt-head - The Mike Judge Collection, Vol. 3
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Heroes. Villains. Visionaries. Butt-munches. Beavis & Butt-Head have been called a lot of things. Smart isn’t usually one of them, but groundbreaking is. In this third installment of the earth-shattering Mike Judge Collection, the boys are back with more of their wisecracking, fart-knockingly-genius ways. Whether they make your stomach hurt from laughing, or because you have to, you know…one thing is for sure, Beavis & Butt-Head changed comedy and animation forever.


Product Details
Actors:Mike Judge, Dale Revo, Tracy Grandstaff, Kristofor Brown, Rottilio Michieli
Director:Mike Judge
Format:Multiple Formats, Box set, Color, Dolby, Full Screen, NTSC
Language:English
Subtitle:English
Number of Discs:3
Studio:Paramount / MTV
Run Time:257 minutes
DVD Release Date:August 01, 2006
Average Customer Rating: based on 96 reviews

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23 of 25 found the following review helpful:


4Waiting for Volume 4  Jul 25, 2006 By M. Thompson
I own all 6 of the Time Life DVDs as well as "The History of Beavis and Butt-head" and the Mike Judge Collection, Volumes 1 and 2.

There is a great deal of overlap between these new DVDs and the previously released material and the series is still not yet complete. Animated shows don't fit as neatly into seasons as do their live action counterparts. As such, I don't mind Beavis and Butt-head being released as non-chronological "Volumes" but I do want the whole and complete series on my shelf. The following episodes do not, to my knowledge, exist in any home video form:

1 Heroes

2 Way Down Mexico Way

3 For Better or Verse

4 Beware of the Butt

5 At the Movies

6 Comedians

7 Couch Fishing

8 Kidnapped

9 Tornado

10 Incognito

11 Scratch 'n' Win

12 True Crime

13 Ball Breakers

14 Buff 'n' Stuff

15 Canoe

16 Eating Contest

17 Beavis and Butt-head Meet God

18 Young, Gifted & Crude

19 Sporting Goods

20 Wall of Youth

21 Cow Tipping

22 Trouble Urinating

23 Jump!

24 Let's Clean it Up

25 Water Safety

26 Beavis and Butt-head's Island

27 Crisis Line

28 Beard Boys

29 Career Day

30 To the Rescue

31 I Dream of Beavis

32 Screamers

33 Skin Trade

34 The Mystery of Morning Wood

35 Butt, Butt, Hike!

36 Evolution Sucks

37 Cyber-Butt

38 Nothing Happening

39 Shortcuts

40 The Future of Beavis and Butt-head

41 Our Founding Losers

I think that's a perfect list for The Mike Judge Collection, Volume 4, don't you? Of course, none of the previously released DVDs are readily available anymore so, technically, there should be a Volume 5 and maybe 6 too. It would be nice but I'm certainly not holding my breath.

18 of 20 found the following review helpful:


5Disc 3's Features  Jul 27, 2006 By that guy
Disc #3 -Beavis and Butt-Head: The Mike Judge Collection, Vol. 3

Music Videos

Stakka Bo: Here We Go

Crowbar: Existence Is Punishment

Salt 'n' Pepa (Featuring En Vogue): Whatta Man

Poison: I Want Action

2 Unlimited: Get Ready for This

Tripping Daisy: I Got a Girl

Jesus Lizard: Glamorous

Sonic Youth: Dirty Boots

Soundgarden: Spoonman

Jon Spencer Blues Explosion: Dang

PJ Harvey: Down by the Water

Alice Cooper: Teenage Frankenstein

Toadies: Possum Kingdom

Rollins Band: Liar

Paul Broucek: Hollywood Halloween

The Original, Uncut Frog Baseball

Taint of Greatness: The Journey of Beavis and Butt-Head, Part 3

Special Appearances

Beavis and Butt-Head Yule Log Clips

Letters to Santa Butt-Head

'97 Press Conference Shorts

Interview With Chris Connelly

2005 VMA's

Promos

Beavis and Butt-Head Movie - Shorts

Beavis and Butt-Head Movie - Promos

Sunday Stew Promos

Holiday Gifts Promo

Previews

Beavis and Butt-Head: The Mike Judge Collection

Wonder Showzen Season Two

The Andy Milonakis Show Season Two

Links

Play Animation Show Vol. 1 Trailer

Play Animation Show Vol. 2 Trailer

30 of 36 found the following review helpful:


1Another Director's Cut?  Aug 13, 2006 By spy-hunter
Woodshop - the boys sure as heck fire sawed up the teacher's chair, it was the last thing they sawed before Beavis sawed his finger, however in this release, it has been OMITTED! You can even see the chair on the floor in bits...

Throughout the years of Beavis they did have some strange modifications such as this on MTV, so this could be it, but everytime I've seen it, the chair was sawed. They should have included all of the variations of the shows on the DVD, or at least the most common / longer variation!?!

These sets downright SUCK, and the fact that my daughter's favorite episode, CLOSING TIME (where they toss food into the ceiling fan) and one of the funniest episodes, STEAMROLLER are no where to be found on them is more idiotic than the boys are, Mr. Judge you really are a DILLWEED...

I wish I could take a DVD Recorder back to 1993 and record the entire series from the get go, because not having the music videos in between the action is NOT THE SAME. It is nice to have them without the videos for a quick laugh, but true fans appreciate them in their entirety!

17 of 21 found the following review helpful:


3It's getting there, but still isnt right...  Jun 30, 2006 By Matt
well, all i can say is that the extras and everything are cool, its always nice to see those. its just that true fans of the show want season-by-season dvds like *EVERY OTHER TV SHOW OUT ON DVD* and for them to be completely unedited, original, and with the music videos. anyone who doesnt desire the sets to be like this is NOT a true fan of beavis and butt-head.

now, "Karma Satori "Karma" you post is stupid and chilidish, you haven't even reviewed your facts either.

there are somewhere around 207 episodes of beavis and butt-head (NOT 90-100), and 2 pilot episodes in various versions (different videos) and versions of the season 1 episodes with alternate videos.

second, those episodes which you consider "awful" some people will (i already know people who do) consider them some of the best episodes and they demonstrate how far the show has progressed over the years before it was cancelled. besides, most animated shows progress as they run for longer and the show improves, thats how they are. cutting off half the "awful" episodes is just ridiculous and is annoying the true fans of B&B. so dont express your opinions as facts please.

and to be more precise, there was 2 pilot episodes (not including alternate music videos), season 1 had 4 episodes (not including alternate music videos), season 2 has 23 episodes, season 3 has 28 episodes, season 4 has 32 episodes, season 5 has 50 episodes, season 6 has 18 episodes, season 7 has 40 episodes (shorter in length). so really, please look these things up in future.

and you yourself are claiming that people don't know anything about the show, you are hardly the mastermind either, so cram it, bunghole.

and if they are at least not gonna make the season sets in order, they could at least put e.g 25 episodes on each disc, but in the order they were made. that would be a hell of an improvement than randomised episodes.

now, what about music videos? i totally understand about how the licensing thing may be a problem. well, if they aren't gonna include the videos, they could at least use the "original" titlecards on the early episodes like home improvement, rather than re-make them, or restore the beloved "FIRE!" chants/references/scenes in such episodes as "comedians" and making other ridiculous edits in episodes such as "good credit" editing out the "choadsmoker" comment.

i, for one, am already in the process of making my own dvd sets, tracking down the uncensored episodes on HQ vhs tapes from tape traders and digital tv captures, so i can have the episodes in their "restored glory", as i happen to be fortuante enough to have professional video editing/re-mastering/dvd authoring skills, which i have developed solely for my love of this show. so now i can make the sets the way they were meant to be, and the way they were originally aired.

Mike Judge, your sets are cool for the extras/documentries etc, but i wanna see Beavis and Butt-head the way it was meant to be.

4 of 4 found the following review helpful:


4i dont get it!  Aug 08, 2006 By musicman "muzikman2112"
i really wouldnt mind so much if mike judge cut out the first two seasons.. but he cut out most of the third season as well.. i really dont get how he can put frog baseball on here and not put episodes like canoe, cow tipping, beard boys, etc.. this is ridiculous.. come on mike, what are you even thinking right now? i mean seriously.. i understand about alot of the really early episodes off the first two seasons, but why cut out some of the better ones.. the ones i named just now are not even on these dvds but yet lawn and garden, home improvement, no laughing and washing the dog are all on the first volume, and the animation on those episodes are not even that good at all.. and they are not even close to being as funny as episodes like canoe or beard boys and plus many others that were left out.. i really would like to thank mike judge for creating such a great show, but now you are just ruining it for us real fans by editing all these great episodes out.. come on mike and wake the hell up!

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