The episode starts as prayers are heard from Mrs. Stevenson, Tom Anderson, Principle McVicker, David Van Driessen, and Mr. Stevenson all wishing to God that Beavis and Butt-head would stop causing trouble to their lives (some going as far as wishing them dead). While watching TV, the duo are visited by their guardian angel, Charlie. Charlie then shows Butt-head how much everyone's lives would be better if he never existed. It immediately stops raining and Butt-Head is as dry as a bone. Anderson has a nice yard and Christmas lights because Butt-head never messed it up. Burger World has customers without Butt-head repelling them, McVicker still has his hair, and Daria never lost her faith in humanity (and attracted a boyfriend). Stewart has self-esteem and is wearing a "Poison" T-shirt, and his best friend is... of all people, none other than Beavis, who is wearing not his trademark "Metallica" T-shirt, but Stewart's signature "Winger" shirt. He doesn't know what a bunghole is either, and when Butt-head tells him he is one (and calls him "bunghole"), Stewart tells Butt-head that a word can't define itself and calls the latter a "Cro-Magnon" (Beavis agrees). Butt-head attempts to drag Beavis out with him, but is stopped by some homeless people, who say Beavis is a "good kid", and Butt-head is thrown out. Butt-Head asks to "be born again". It starts to rain hard again. Then he is on the bridge again and sees Beavis, who says the word "bunghole". Butt-head is surprised, to which Beavis responds, "You're a bunghole, bunghole!" (He is also wearing his Metallica shirt again). The episode ends with Charlie falling off the bridge again while Beavis and Butt-Head just watch and laugh again.