Beavis and Butt-Head volume 3

Beavis: (after a small baby bird falls from the sky) “Whoa!”
Butt-Head: “Cool.”
Beavis: “It's a chicken!”
Butt-Head: “No it's not, butt-wagon. It's too small to be a chicken.”
Beavis: “Um...maybe it's a nugget.”

veterinarian: “We don't treat humans here.”
Butt-Head: “He's not human.”
veterinarian: “Whatever.”

Butt-Head: “We pierced our ears.”
Beavis: “Yeah. We want skulls. Skulls!”
piercing store girl: “Uh, you might want to think about using a little alcohol on soon.”
Butt-Head: “Oh yeah, don't worry, we're gonna drink some beer later.”
Beavis: “Yeah, yeah, then there's no telling what we're gonna do!”

release year: 2006
genre: TV animation
viewing setting: home DVD, 7/19-23/17 and 12/7-11/15

synopsis: The third of these special editions collects 42 more episodes, as well as some other appearances, music videos, and the third part of a documentary about the creation and evolution of the series.

impressions: In general, compared to the first two 40-episode collections, more of these are funnier, which is only natural. Again, there are more subtle comments if you're paying attention. As before, the episodes are all on discs 1 and 2, while disc 3 contains the 24-minute third part of the documentary (which details how Mike Judge eventually got tired and ran out of ideas) and some guest appearances and promo spots.

best episodes: These are the ones that made me laugh out loud, which to me made them among the best, though your mileage may vary: Sprout, A Very Special Episode, Head Lice, Vaya Con Cornholio, Nose Bleed, Huh-Huh-Humbug, It's a Miserable Life,, Great Day, Dumbasses Anonymous, Die Fly Die, Speech Therapy, Leave It To Beavis, Beavis and Butt-Head are Dead

final word: This is even more of the best episodes, and like the first two sets, it's well worth getting for any true fan.

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