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45                        <span style="color:#FFFFFF;font-size:4px;">anently. Other episodes MTV opted not to rerun included &quot;Stewart&#39;s House&quot; and &quot;Way Down Mexico Way&quot;. Copies of early episodes with the controversial content intact are rare, and the copies that exist are made from home video recordings of the original broadcasts, typically on VCR. In an interview included with the Mike Judge Collection DVD set, Judge said he is uncertain whether some of the earlier episodes still exist in their original, uncensored form. When the series returned in 2011, MTV allowed Beavis to use the word &quot;fire&quot; once again uncensored. During the first video segment, &quot;Werewolves of Highland&quot;, the first new episode of the revival, Beavis utters the word &quot;fire&quot; a total of seven times within 28 seconds, with Butt-Head saying it once as well. In February 1994, watchdog group Morality in Media claimed that the death of eight-month-old Natalia Rivera, struck by a bowling ball
46  thrown from an overpass onto a highway in Jersey City, New Jersey, near the Holland Tunnel by 18-year-old Calvin J. Settle, was partially inspired by Beavis and Butt-Head. The group said that Settle was influenced by the episode &quot;Ball Breakers&quot;, in which Beavis and Butt-Head load a bowling ball with explosives and drop it from a rooftop. While Morality in Media claimed that the show inspired Settle&#39;s actions, the case&#39;s prosecutors did not. It was later revealed by both prosecutors and the defendant that Settle did not have cable TV, nor did he watch the show. In &quot;Lightning Strikes&quot;, the show parodies the desire to blame things on youth culture. When a reporter asks the duo why they had been flying a kite in a thunderstorm, they explain that they had been inspired by a documentary about &quot;some old dude with long hair and glasses&quot;. The interview continues until they mention having watched rock music videos earlier in the day; the reporter conclud
47 es (on the air) that the videos are to blame for their actions. MTV also responded by broadcasting the program after 11:00 p.m. and included a disclaimer, reminding viewers: Beavis and Butt-Head are not real. They are stupid cartoon people completely made up by this Texas guy whom we hardly even know. Beavis and Butt-Head are dumb, crude, thoughtless, ugly, sexist, self-destructive fools. But for some reason, the little wienerheads make us laugh. This was later changed to: Beavis and Butt-Head are not role models. They&#39;re not even human. They&#39;re cartoons. Some of the things they do would cause a person to get hurt, expelled, arrested, possibly deported. To put it another way: don&#39;t try this at home. This disclaimer also appears before the opening of their Sega Genesis and Super NES games as well as their Windows game Beavis and Butt-Head in Virtual Stupidity. They were famously lambasted by Democratic South Carolina Senator Fritz Hollings as &quot;Buffcoat and Beaver&quo
48 t;. This subsequently became a running gag on the show where adults mispronounced their names. For example, one character on the show, Tom Anderson, originally called them &quot;Butthole&quot; and &quot;Joe&quot; and believed the two to be of Asian ethnicity (describing them to the police as &quot;Oriental&quot;). In later episodes, Anderson uses the Hollings mispronunciation once and, on at least one occasion, refers to them as &quot;Penis and Butt-Munch&quot;. President Clinton called them &quot;Beavis and Bum-head&quot; in &quot;Citizen Butt-head&quot;, as well as in the movie, where an old lady (voiced by Cloris Leachman) consistently calls them &quot;Travis&quot; and &quot;Bob-head&quot;. In &quot;Incognito&quot;, when another student threatens to kill them, the duo uses this to their advantage, pretending to be exchange students named &quot;Crevis and Bung-Head&quot;. The bully, seeing through the disguises, calls them &quot;Beaver and Butt-Plug&quot;. In &quot;Right On!&quot;
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