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The online Beavis & Butthead ‘zine
by Rebekah Sue Harris
I love Beavis and Butthead. I’m supposed to be smart all day at work; Beavis and Butthead give my brain a chance to relax. They don’t expect much from you (unless you’re a chick, huh huh).
I was really psyched to find the Beavis and Butthead home page. (Now I can play with Beavis and Butthead at work!) It was designed by someone named Chris Wallner and is constantly “under construction,” last updated on February 21 (this review being written on March 11, 1996). Cool graphics, FAQs (Frequently Asked Questions), lists of episodes (complete with video lists!), the different types of dumps the boys have taken (Harry Sachz would’ve hated this one – those of you who watch and saw the Prank Call episode will remember him), and downloadable (huh huh, I said “load”) answering machine messages are just part of this super cool site. The only part I had a problem with was the Beavis and Butthead “test,” because we all know that tests suck. (By the way, I scored [huh huh] 11 out of 20, making my rating “dumber than the ass-end of a dolphin.” Hard tests suck.) This site obviously isn’t for everyone, nor is it for every B&B fan (may be too complex for some!), but I thought it was fun.