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Beavis and Butt-Head: Vaya Con Cornholio

Beavis drinks a lot of Burger World's new, high-caffeine "Volt Cola," which transforms him into his alter-ego, "The Great Cornholio." The Immigration Department decides he's an illegal alien and wants to deport him to Mexico.

Episode Info  

Episode number: 7x2
Production Number: 702
Airdate: Sunday January 26th, 1997

Director: Mike Judge
Writer: Kristofor Brown

Guest Stars
Joel McKeanJoel McKean
voiced Immigration Officer
Tony FretageTony Fretage
voiced Immigration Officer
Main Cast
Mike JudgeMike Judge
voiced Beavis, Butt-head, Principal McVicker, Tom Anderson, David Van Driessen, Bradley Buzzcut
Episode Notes
Appropriately given the episode's title, this is the last appearance of Beavis's Cornholio persona in the series.

Episode Quotes
Immigration Officer: I'm with the United States Department of Immigration. Do you have any ID?
Beavis: Do you have any TP? TP for my bunghole?

Immigration Officer: Oh yeah, and he keeps saying he needs... TP for his bunghole.
Beavis: (babbling in the background) Bunghole... bunghole...
Immigration Officer #2: What the hell is a bunghole? Will you find out what a bunghole is?
Beavis: You are a bunghole! And so am I. There will be more bungholes after me!

Beavis: Are you threatening me?
Immigration Officer: Yeah, maybe I am.

Episode Goofs
On the Immigration Officers' door, the sign on the window is misspelled, "Immgration."

Cultural References
Visual: Volt Cola

The beverage that Beavis drinks too much of in this episode is called "Volt Cola" This is a parody of Jolt Cola, which was developed in 1985 and touted as having all the sugar and twice the caffeine of regular colas.

Immigration Officer #1: Says he's from Lake Titicaca.
Immigration Officer #2: Lake Titicaca?
Beavis: Lake Titicaca. Titicaca!
Immigration Officer #2: Okay, find out where the hell Lake Titicaca is.
Beavis: Nicaragua!

Lake Titicaca is a real lake, located between Peru and Bolivia, not in Nicaragua as Beavis claims. It is the largest lake in South America.

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