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Mr. Manners is a character in Beavis and Butt-head. He is a proper-dressed man who works as an educational speaker and first appeared in "Manners Suck." He made his last appearance in "Candy Sale" as Mr. Candy, not counting a flashback in "Beavis and Butt-head Are Dead". He is voiced by an uncredited David Spade.


  • "Don't screw with me!"
  • "How about learning some manners?"
  • "You're dead, hippie!"
  • "You're going down, Woodstock!"
  • "So, where's the money?"
  • "That's it?! There'd better be a HELL of a lot more money than that, boys!"

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In his debut episode, Mr. Manners tries to live up to his name of being well mannered and charismatic. However, he shows his true colors of being hostile and short tempered after getting frustrated by Beavis and Butt-head's antics. It also shows that he doesn't care about being a motivational speaker or helping the kids, and that he's only in it for making a quick buck. He is also rather nervy for standing up to Mr Van Driessen and Mr. Buzzcut and attempting to attack them, which does not end well for him at all in the episodes Manners Suck and Candy Sale.


He appeared as a precursor named Kelly in "Babes R Us" (who also shares the same voice actor), then later appeared as his character in "Manners Suck" and "Candy Sale." In those episodes, he was accused of molesting Beavis, in which case he was attacked by Mr. Van Driessen and Coach Buzzcut, the latter he was brutally beaten by, and possibly arrested later. He also said in "Candy Sale" that it took him 6 months to get another job and that he only works as an educational speaker for the money.


  • Mr. Manners is one of the few people who was falsely arrested or gotten into trouble because of Beavis and Butt-head.
  • Ever since his debut episode, he has a grudge against the boys, hence why he ordered them to give the rest of the money from the Candy Sale and threatened to beat them up, until Mr Buzzcut stopped him and dealt with him himself.