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Beavis and Butt-Head: Animation Sucks

Mr. Van Driessen instructs the class on drawing animated cartoons. Beavis and Butt-head draw their hundreds of little dudes, but can't figure out why the finished product only has two people in it.

Episode Info


Episode number: 5x24
Production Number: 524
Airdate: Saturday April 08th, 1995

Director: Mike Judge
Writer: Billy Aronson


Guest Stars
Tracy GrandstaffTracy Grandstaff
voiced Cassandra
Recurring
Main Cast
Mike JudgeMike Judge
voiced Beavis, Butt-head, Principal McVicker, Tom Anderson, David Van Driessen, Bradley Buzzcut
Music
ArtistSong TitlePlayed When
Danzig"Can't Speak" 
David Lee Roth"She's My Machine" 
Julee Cruise"Rockin' Back Inside My Heart" 


Episode Quotes
Mr. Van Driessen: So class, what did we learn from my little film about what's possible in animation?
Butt-head: Uh... in am-i-nation, you can like, have people ripping apart each other's guts.
Beavis: Yeah yeah yeah! Stabbing each other's heads with their tongues...

Mr. Van Driessen: Excellent work, Cassandra. How does it feel to see your ideas come to life?
Cassandra: So powerful... so enormous... so brief. Just like my father.
Mr. Van Driessen: Hmmm... okay.



Episode Goofs
When Beavis is drawing the individual cells for his animation, he uses the red colored pencil to make lots of blood in the middle of the page, but we don't see that in the finished film.



Episode References
Visual: Cassandra's film

Cassandra makes an animated film showing a flower wilt and die. Mr. Van Driessen noted she wanted to document the dying of a rose in the Season Four episode, "Late Night with Butt-head."



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