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Beavis and Butt-head are amused when Mr. Van Driessen falls off his desk and is taken to the hospital. An energetic substitute teacher soon arrives, but he makes the mistake of trusting Beavis and Butt-head.

Episode Info  

Episode number: 6x18
Production Number: 618
Airdate: Tuesday March 05th, 1996

Main Cast
Mike JudgeMike Judge
voiced Beavis, Butt-head, Principal McVicker, Tom Anderson, David Van Driessen, Bradley Buzzcut
Episode Notes
At the beginning of the second scene in Mr. Van Driessen's classroom, there is a student openly smoking in class.

ArtistSong TitlePlayed When
Chavez"Break Up Your Band" 
Extreme"Hole Hearted" 
Jamie WaltersHold On 

Episode Quotes
Mr. Van Driessen: People, I'm very disappointed in these test scores.
Butt-head: We scored. (laughs)
Beavis: Yeah!
Mr. Van Driessen: No, Butt-head, that's my point. You DIDN'T score. You got a zero.

Substitute Teacher: What's your name?
Butt-Head: Uh... Joe.
Substitute Teacher: Joe? Joe what?
Butt-Head: Uh... momma.

Substitute Teacher: A good reader's like a lover... attentive, passionate... Who wants to make love today?
(whole class raises their hands)

Substitute Teacher: Hey! Beavis and Butt-head! What did you think of those old Superman comics I loaned ya?
Butt-head: Uh, we gave 'em to this kid after he showed us a dead deer.
Beavis: Yeah. It was all bloated and stuff. I poked it.
Substitute Teacher: Mmmm hmm. Wise choice, men. Life experience beats book learnin' hands down.

Cultural References
Substitute Teacher: (to Beavis and Butt-head) I trust you. (crosses his arms over his chest, and falls backwards)

What the sub was doing is referred to as a "trust fall." This is a team-building activity where someone deliberately falls backwards, trusting those below to catch him. Unfortunately for the sub, Beavis and Butt-head are not trustworthy.

Mr. Van Driessen: Open your textbooks to page 234... the poem entitled, "A Narrow Fellow in the Grass."

This is a real poem by Emily Dickinson, written around 1865.

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