Beavis and Butt-Head

Burger World is a recurring location in Beavis and Butt-Head. It is a fast-food restaurant where both Beavis and Butt-Head work. 

Unfortunately, the duo causes nothing but havoc here as they goof off half the time and fail to perform simple tasks, including taking orders. They have also damaged the drive-thru speaker, rearranged letters on the menu to spell something disgusting or vulgar, fried just about every kind of small creature there is, stolen money from the register, and slowed service so badly that everybody left. The manager has kept them employed, despite all this. He puts up with their goofing off and never fires them. It's possible that because of the duo's antics, Burger World is a horrible place to work; it should also be noted that besides the duo and the manager, nobody else is shown to be employed there.

The potential reasons Beavis and Butt-Head have never been fired are because the two have damaged the reputation of Burger World beyond repair; as a result, no one wants to work there, or Beavis and Butt-Head are the only employees working there, and the manager is unable to find someone to replace them. It is currently unknown how the duo got their jobs.


These are a list of items that appeared on the drive-thru menu in earlier episodes, first appearing in Season Two with Burger World (episode). Most of these appear to be modified by the duo to look like something gross.

(Season 2-Season 5)[]


  • Fries
  • Chocolate Scab Cookies


  • Hot Dogs
  • Rock in a Roll


  • Snot Chocolate
  • Rag


  • Ass
  • Butt Nuggets
  • Hurl Burger


  • Cola
  • Spit
  • Dr. Poop

NOTE: Spit and Dr. Poop are spoofs of Sprite and Dr. Pepper.

(Season 5-Season 7)[]

These are a list of items that appeared on the menu in later episodes, first appearing in Season Five (Episode 15) with Tainted Meat.


  • Burger
  • Cheeseburger
  • Hot Dog


  • Medium Fries
  • Large Fries
  • Onion Rings
  • Garden Salad


  • Cola
  • Orange
  • Root Beer
  • Milkshakes (Chocolate/Vanilla)


Original run[]

2011 revival (Season 8)[]

2022 revival (Season 9-present)[]

Video Games[]

  • Beavis and Butt-Head (video game): Burger World appears at the start of the game, where the duo have to serve Mr. Stevenson.
  • Virtual Stupidity: Burger World is one of the main locations in the game. The duo are first seen working here in the opening cutscene seen on start-up where they get beaten by Todd for ignoring his order. Later, the manager tells them that the restaurant is closed for renovation and they don't have to come in, but they need food for Todd's gang in the park, and only the drive-thru is open. The duo has to steal the tank at the Veteran's Hall to collect the food. They later do, much to the manager's bewilderment. The remodeled restaurant re-opens after the duo escape from prison and they encounter Gina there who has Todd's car keys in her locker at school, which is closed until Monday. The duo have to throw her burger into the ceiling fan to scare the young cashier off so they can go to the kitchen.
  • Bunghole in One: Burger World appears as one of the courses.

Notable Incidents[]

  • In "Burger World", Beavis and Butt-Head give Tom Anderson food that is infested with flies and a dead mouse.
  • In "Customers Suck", a number of incidents happened. The first was Beavis deep-frying the phone. Another incident happened when Principal McVicker was taking an order at the drive-thru, but Butt-Head told him to "shut up", "go away" and that they're "like...closed or something." The third and final incident occurred when Mr. Stevenson was asking a question about the shakes at Burger World, but Beavis and Butt-Head refuse to answer the question and Mr. Stevenson leaves, annoyed.
  • In "Tainted Meat", Beavis constantly scratches his penis and touches the meat, causing a lot of customers to get sick, and Burger World to be shut down for a while; Beavis got away with it and Burger World re-opened later.
  • In "Citizens Arrest", A crook tried to rob them, but as a police officer arrived to order food, the boys put him on citizen's arrest and the cops arrested the crook. Later, Beavis and Butt-Head begin putting people on citizen's arrest until the cops came and beat them up.
  • In "Oil Change", they changed the cooking oil in the fryer with motor oil from a Jiffy Lube, causing a massive release of smoke, and possibly a small fire. Later, they dump the cooking oil in the sewers, which causes the oil to hit the ocean and creates a pollution. However, no one knew that the cooking oil came from Burger World or that Beavis and Butt-Head were the culprits. Not even Beavis and Butt-Head themselves knew they were the culprits when they watched a news report about it on TV later.
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  • In "Closing Time", the duo committed a health code violation because they threw food into the ceiling fan during their late shift.
  • In "On Strike", Beavis and Butt-head refuse to work, so they go on strike, and the Manager ultimately punished them by being forced to clean the tables.
  • In "Special Delivery", Burger World set up their first delivery service. However, the boys get the wrong address, stay at a random man's home and don't collect the money. The boys went home after that and they decide to call the delivery at Burger World. However, this lead their boss to deal with a large crowd of customers and the delivery service was discontinued the same night when it just got started.
  • In "Huh-Huh-Humbug" and "It's A Miserable Life", Beavis and Butt-Head have to work on Christmas. Beavis falls asleep while being chewed out by his manager for putting a rat on the grill and dreams of being Scrooge with Principal McVicker working there in place of him at the grill for little pay. Also, Charlie shows Butt-Head that if he wasn't ever born, Burger World would have been a big hit, and the restaurant would have been able to afford a playground.
  • In "Liar! Liar!", their boss notices that the cash register is missing money and he orders them to take a lie detector test to see which of the duo was taking money. However, the results are that Butt-head held his breath so much that he collapsed, while Beavis was somehow mistaken for a serial killer from 1969.
  • In "No Service", Beavis is called in to work alone (because Butt-Head was "busy watching TV"), while Butt-Head interrupts the customers and gets thrown out, so he kicks the drive-thru speaker to annoy Beavis.
  • In "Work is Death", Beavis and Butt-head attempt to get "worker's compensation", thus by repeatedly injuring Beavis in various ways and creating a huge mess only to learn it has to be an accident-related injury. However, their boss ends up getting injured from all the equipment and hazards they left lying around instead.
  • In "Bathroom Break", the duo hog the restaurant's bathroom for hours as a scam to get paid for doing nothing. The manager has to serve the impatient queue while running into obstacles and tripping over himself. He then has a dire urge to urinate, but can not enter the bathroom as the pair have locked the door. The manager leaves the restaurant and hides behind a secluded wall to urinate, but the police park right next to him and arrest him for public urination. As he turns to face them without doing up his zipper, he is also charged with indecent exposure.
  • In "Supersize Me", Beavis and Butt-head start eating excessive amounts of Burger World food to deliberately make themselves obese, thinking they could use it to get women, after seeing Morgan Spurlock's fame from his documentary, "Supersize Me". However, they unintentionally cause the Burger World corporation to suffer negative publicity as a result when Mr. Van Driessen assigns them to make a documentary of their own about it with the help of other classmates. The duo are made to go to Taco Yummo, so that restaurant would face negative publicity instead.
  • In "The Rat", the duo go to work at Burger World with their rat in tow. Beavis lets the rat work in the kitchen with him and takes it out on the tray when a woman orders. She is shocked and calls the manager, who is angry with Beavis and Butt-Head. As the rat went missing while they were being told off, they search around for it. Later, it turns out that the rat was pregnant and it gave birth to a litter of babies in the restaurant, possibly leading to an infestation.
  • In "Refuse Service", Beavis and Butt-Head take advantage of their right to refuse service (which is when the customer is creating a hostile and/or unsafe work environment) and abuse it, refusing service to every customer they come across, even cops, accusing them of "creating an environment". Later, they cause a fight between two men for their food which eventually escalates into a full-on restaurant brawl. The police arrived at the scene, most likely to break it up and make arrests. Even the 'Refuse Service' sign is damaged in the fiasco.


  • Show creator Mike Judge has confirmed that Burger World's name was taken from the 1989 cult comedy film UHF, where "Weird Al" Yankovic briefly works at a fast food restaurant with that name. The name "Burger World" has appeared elsewhere in Yankovic's creative output, namely the music video for his Michael Jackson parody song "Fat." Beavis and Butt-Head's uniforms are identical to Al's.
  • The restaurant's logo appears to be the McDonalds' Arches turned upside down. The name is a play on Burger King, too.
  • In "Vaya Con Cornholio", Beavis is trying out a new soda in the restaurant called 'Volt Cola'. This is the only episode in which this particular soda appears.
  • Virtual Stupidity is the only time in the series so far that someone else other than the duo and the manager is seen working at Burger World.
  • In an alternate universe, circa 1999, the duo were finally fired from Burger World for their incompetence ("Home Aide").


Beavis and Butt-head: Virtual Stupidity[]

2022 revival[]

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