Beavis and Butt-head are watching conservative host Gus Baker on TV. He invites callers to phone in, so the boys do so. Butt-head tells Baker he's "cool" and that they agree with what he said about "the chair". Baker is happy to speak with young men of such "morals", so he invites them to appear on his TV show. ..Read the full recap
Gus Baker: Now people say that yours is a lost generation - violent, lazy, uneducated, sexually active.
Butt-head: Not Beavis.
Beavis: Yeah. Butt-head doesn't get any either.
(Baker whispers into Butt-head's ear)
Butt-head: Uh... Hey Beavis. He says we can't say, 'sucks.'
Beavis: Really? That sucks!
Butt-head: Can we say, 'butt-wipe?'
Beavis: Yeah. How 'bout 'bung hole?'
Visual: Gus Baker's book, titled "See I Told You"
In the opening scene, Gus Baker has a display behind him featuring his book, "See I Told You." This is a parody of Rush Limbaugh's book, See I Told You So.
Gus Baker is clearly a parody of radio personality, Rush Limbaugh
. Limbaugh is the controversial conservative radio host of The Rush Limbaugh Show
Especially Meat Loaf. He sucks.
is a singer/songwriter best known for his hit songs, "Paradise by the Dashboard Light", and "I'd Do Anything for Love (But I Won't Do That)."