Beavis and Butt-Head
B and b-h's house

Beavis and Butt-Head's house in the original series and Season 8.

Butthead Residence 2022

Beavis and Butt-Head's house today.

Beavis and Butt-Head's house, located at 322 Woodson Street, Highland, TX, is the primary residence of the duo. This is where their couch is, as well as the TV, which they are regularly seen watching. The duo partake in many activities in the house, such as couch-fishing, channel-surfing, and critiquing media such as music videos, reality shows and social media.

The house was implied to belong to Butt-Head. However, since Beavis often stays the night (if not all the time), it is safe to say that it is also his home. In Beavis and Butt-Head Do The Universe, it was revealed that the house was actually owned by Beavis' mother (Shirley Beavis), indicating it was Beavis' house and Butt-Head was the one staying over all the time, and all those implications of it being Butt-head's house were either non-canon or just the duo being stupid and not even knowing whose house it belonged to.


Being the duo's residence, the house appears in most episodes, or, if counting the video review segments, almost all episodes.


In nearly every episode, the layout of the living room is simple; to the left of the sofa is the window, to the right is the front door and kitchen/bathroom area. But, in the video game, Butt-Head's room is located to the far right of the couch, and the kitchen is to the left. This has carried on into some videos.

In one music video segment, Beavis excuses himself to go make pancakes, and goes to the left. We hear a door shut, meaning that it is styled differently. When he returns, asking for a pan and spatula, he is instructed to go to Butt-Head's room upstairs. He goes up, and returns with the gear. In the episode "Scientific Stuff", when Daria comes to visit the duo, they are in Butt-Head's room, which is a cluttered mess. There is an "AC/DC" poster on the wall, matching Butt-Head's t-shirt. In the game, the wall is changed to the word "Skull", to match the "legal" shirt, with a picture of a half-dead skull and fingers. The GWAR poster, with ticket-pieces, is to the right of Butt-Head's bed. Also in the game, with the misplacement of Butt-Head's room, there is a neat and tidy sign on the door that reads "KEEP OUT!", probably placed by Butt-Head. The lamp is also placed on the opposite side of the couch, and the TV remote is rather small. In the pilots, early episodes and commentaries, the wallpaper was green. In others, the couch was drawn/shaped differently, colored from red to pink. Sometimes, when the duo dance "The Butt-Knocker", there is an end-table and otto-man near the chair.

Beavis and Butt-Head's Family's Residence[]

Beavis and Butt-Head are never supervised at all, especially at the house. No parental guidance for the duo has ever be shown. Beavis once admitted that he wanted "to stay over tonight" after being confused by a video. Butt-Head replied, "OK, but you have to ask your mom first!". Some fans think that their parents just left some cash and glue in the sofa, and beat it. Beavis said once that his mom usually "hangs out at the Merlin Lounge", saying that they could call her there. Beavis and Butt-Head never change their clothes, except for gym class and work, so they may not own any other outfits. They always appear in their "Metallica" and "AC/DC"/"Death Rock" and "Skull" t-shirts, so that may also be their style and taste in bands/phrases.

In Beavis and Butt-Head Do the Universe, it is revealed that the house was owned by Beavis' mother, who abandoned or sold it by 2022, after the duo disappeared in the black hole in 1998. This is brought up again during a BTS video, where Butt-head kicked Beavis out for dancing along to their music, only for Beavis to bring up the fact that it is his house.

It is also possible that though Beavis' mother owns the house she does not live there and it is meant to be a home for both of them.

The Sofa and TV set[]

Beavis and Butt-Head almost always sit on the couch, located directly in front of the TV set. Butt-Head always sits on the left, and Beavis the right. In a music video during Season 8, Butt-head admits to have stolen the sofa, though considering the events of Do the Universe, this may not be the case (though knowing Butt-head, it probably still is). Their sofa is pink and is tattered and torn. The boys keep things like the TV remote, cash, glue, spaghetti/nutmeg, and other things in between the cushions, easy to pull out for their usage.

The room has been redrawn over the seasons, especially Season 8, where it was slicker, and a tad more "computer-generated" than the original run. In the original episodes (Seasons 1–3), the TV is placed on a bureau, antennae sticking out in different directions. In the following original seasons, the bureau is cluttered with trash. In Season 8, there are DVD and VHS players lopsided on top, as well as a purple slushy. It is unknown yet if the cushions also contain reclining seats, though this may cause Beavis and Butt-Head's clutter to topple out (not that they would care anyway). This also may be untested yet because the duo are not quite smart enough to check/try. From Do the Universe onwards, the duo have a flat-screen HDTV placed on a smaller table.

In the alternate timeline where the duo never got sucked into a black hole to 2022, there is a lot more clutter and the room is a much bigger mess than back in the day, with all sorts of garbage from pizza boxes to cigarettes to beer bottles everywhere. The couch has also been replaced with a single tattered chair as Butt-Head uses a mobility scooter at that point. Since the events of Do The Universe likely never happened, the duo still have their old TV set.


  • As revealed in the episode Prank Call, the house's phone number is 555-2868.


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