Beavis and Butt-Head

This page is to document all the special appearances of Beavis and Butt-Head.

  • 1994 Interview with Aerosmith Get a Grip Tour[1]
  • March 9, 2002 Saturday Night Live TV Fun House

AC/DC "Back in Black"[]

Earliest known airdate - April 19, 1993[2][3]

A special music video of AC/DC's "Back in Black" with Beavis and Butt-Head air guitaring at the beginning and the song throughout the music video, headbanging in the crowd, and clips from Peace, Love and Understanding, Door-to-Door, Give Blood, Balloon, At the Movies, and Stewart's House.

The Brothers Grunt[]

Airdate - December 19, 1994

On The Brothers Grunt episode "Close Encounters of the Grunt Kind", Beavis and Butt-Head are seen with only Butt-Head saying cool.


Airdate - February 8, 1996

In the closing credits of the Friends episode "The One Where Ross and Rachel...You Know", Joey and Chandler are seen watching a part of The Great Cornholio, laughing.

Saturday Night Live[]

Airdate - December 14, 1996

In a segment of the December 14, 1996 episode of Saturday Night Live, Beavis and Butt-Head are seen in their Christmas outfits. Butt-Head says the meaning of Christmas is "Every year fat people stuff themselves with tons of food and crap and yet other people have no place to go and nothing to eat, that's Christmas". Was in promotion of Beavis and Butt-Head Do America,

Celebrity Deathmatch[]

Airdate - February 11, 2001

On the Celebrity Deathmatch episode "Fandemonium III", Beavis and Butt-Head fight to the death and Beavis' alter ego Cornholio wins.


Airdate - August 1, 2001

On MTV20, Beavis and Butt-Head talk about the first and second times they watched MTV. Then Beavis and Butt-Head call up MTV for an invitation to their party. Beavis calls Kurt Loder but doesn't ask for an invitation to the party.

Robot Chicken[]

Airdate - March 27, 2005

On the Robot Chicken episode "Vegetable Funfest", there's a segment where Beavis and Butt-Head are recruited by the Teen Titans, but they end up killing them in a mission because they didn't follow orders because they're so dumb. 24 Hour Takeover[]

Airdate - February 24, 2008

On Hour 14 of 24 Hour Takeover, a clip of Beavis and Butt-Head commenting on Steve-O's newest rap single "Poke the Puss" was shown. They say it sucks and wonder if it would be better if they were black, the it fades to a black version Beavis and Butt-Head but fades back with Butt-Head slapping Beavis.

Jackass 3D[]

Release date - October 15, 2010

In the intro of the movie "Jackass 3D", Beavis and Butt-Head are seen in formal suits telling movie viewers this movie is in 3D and in order to "experience this new dimension" you must put on the 3D glasses. They proceed to put on the 3D glasses and Butt-Head says his hand is in 3D then proceeds to slap Beavis.

"Regis and Butt-Head" segment with Regis Philbin on Jimmy Kimmel Live[4][]

Airdate - November 2011

On a Jimmy Kimmel Live episode, there's a segment of Regis Philbin in place of Beavis. Regis Philbin and Butt-Head react to 16 and pregnant. Regis wants to change the channel but calls Beavis and leaves.

Two and a Half Men[]

Airdate - January 16, 2012

On the Two and a Half Men episode "A Possum on Chemo", Jake, Eldridge, and Alan are seen watching parts of Werewolves of Highland and Crying.

Family Guy[]

Airdate - November 10, 2019

On the Family Guy episode "Peter & Lois' Wedding", a part is seen where the screen zooms out to Beavis and Butt-Head with Peter laughing that Lois said "wood" then cuts to the title card with Peter in the middle and the text saying "Family Guy". They are seen again when Peter is running around in the baseball field being chased by a bee then it pans out to two towers with Beavis and Butt-Head on the towers and Peter in the middle.