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Beavis and Butt-Head: Home Improvement

Mr. Anderson hires Beavis and Butt-head to paint his house. Of course, they end up sniffing the paint thinner, and while under its influence, don't exactly do the best job. Mr. Anderson has to give their descriptions to the police.

Episode Info  

Episode number: 2x9
Production Number: 209
Airdate: Monday May 24th, 1993

Director: Mike Judge
Writer: Mike Judge

Main Cast
Mike JudgeMike Judge
voiced Beavis, Butt-head, Principal McVicker, Tom Anderson, David Van Driessen, Bradley Buzzcut


Mr. Anderson is giving Beavis and Butt-head instructions on how to do a good job painting for him -- he tells them he doesn't want any paint drips, or any brushstrokes or bubbles in the paint. He tells them he'll be back in a bit to check up on them. While he goes to mow the lawn, the boys discover his cans of paint thinner and take turns sniffing it, getting completely loopy from the fumes. While they're high, they begin painting Anderson's home, windows and all, in a random fashion. When the cat runs by, Beavis paints its butt, while Butt-head laughs. They paint the words "Megadeath" and "X-Force Rules" on the side of his house, and then they decide to burn something, so they light one of his bushes on fire. All the while, Anderson is mowing his grass and drinking beer. ..

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Episode Quotes
Mr. Anderson: (to police) One of 'em calls himself "Butthole." The other one's name is Joe, I think.
Policeman: And uh, what did these boys look like?
Mr. Anderson: I believe they were Oriental.

(Beavis and Butt-head are riding Mr. Anderson's mower, and run over a beer bottle, which smashes into pieces)
Butt-head: Huh huh... that was cool. Huh huh huh huh.... let's go mow Stewart's living room.

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