CB - It’s been a long (uh huh huh) time since 10-year-old Nick Venable first watched Beavis and Butthead on MTV. If it’s shocking that 19 years have passed since it first attacked airwaves, consider that a block of music videos probably played before or after it. 1997 came along and began an extreme dearth of shirt-hooded sugar-rushers asking for T.P. for their bunghole. Then King of the Hill soon Texas drawl-fucked us out of hard (uh huh huh) rock inanity for the next 13 years. If one can say anything about Mike Judge, as one can if one has a mouth, it’s that he allows too long a gestation period between his more genius projects. And I’m including Extract and The Goode Family in there. But then, cue the angelic “ahhh” sounds, Beavis and Butthead was resurrected for 12 new episodes. I hold this Blu-ray in my hand, and while it doesn’t make me feel like God, it makes me feel like I could kick God’s ass. As it were.