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Beavis and Butt-head see some female mud wrestling on TV, and attempt to stage their own version in the front yard. When they think they're ready to compete, they head to "Babes-R-Us", a local female mud-wresting bar. But first, they have to get past the bouncer.
| Episode Info|
Wednesday June 23rd, 1993
voiced Beavis, Butt-head, Principal McVicker, Tom Anderson, David Van Driessen, Bradley Buzzcut
Beavis and Butt-head are watching two chicks fight on American Gladiators
, when a commercial airs for "Babes R Us", a female wrestling bar. The boys realize they have work to do if they're going to wrestle these girls and not look pathetic. ..Read the full recap
The "fire" references were later cut out of this episode.
During the "Push It" video, Beavis tries several times to light a cigarette.
|Artist||Song Title||Played When|
|Bobby Brown||"Humpin' Around"|| |
|Butthole Surfers||"Dust Devil"|| |
|REM||"Pop Song 89"|| |
|Salt 'N Pepa||"Push It"|| |
Butt-head: I'm gonna get ready by kicking your butt all over this hole.... butt-hole.
Daria: What's with the bikini tops?
Butt-head: We're gonna get a real woman... down at Babes R Us.
Daria: Aw, they're gonna love you guys.
Butt-head: Uh.... two, please.
Box Office Attendant: How old are you fellas?
Butt-head: (in a lower voice) Uh.... uh... I mean, twenty-seven.
Beavis: (in a lower voice) Yeah.
Box Office Attendant: Not tonight, boys. Call me when you get some pubes, m'kay?
When Beavis and Butt-head begin fighting, they're each holding a bat with a glove on the end as weapons. But when the scene cuts away and Beavis picks Butt-head up and slams him into the mud, neither has their bat. Immediately after Butt-head gets out of the mud, they suddenly have their bats again.
We're gonna be cool, like the American Gladiators.
was a television show that would pit athletes against each other in feats of strength and physically challenging games.