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Heh Heh

The Lakeville High School Courant

Thursday, October 27, 2011

“Uhhhh, heh heh”
By Lisa Stansby, 11th Grade Staff Editor

Tonight marks the return to television for Beavis and Butthead, an old show on MTV that there was a movie about, too. MTV must be thinking the 90s are back or something, because why else would they be putting this lame show back on the air? First of all, no one I know watched this show when it used to be on. Second of all, doesn’t MTV realize that times have changed way too much for shows like this to be funny?

For instance, everyone I know is not going to watch this show. And if you look at Twitter, it’s all like “OMG, LOLLLLZ, Bevis n Buthed is lame” and “@MTV pls show more teen momz not beaivs butthead showz #notwatchin.” I think MTV should pay more attention to what kids are like now before they put shows on that we are not going to watch, anyway.

Beavis and Butthead are from when there were no cell phones, so it’s obvious why they are just hanging out on their couch and being stupid. There was no YouTube or internet when this show was on, so what did they talk about you ask? They made fun of videos, mostly, because old videos were not as good as videos now, so it wasn’t even that funny. So they know they can’t make fun of new good videos so are going to watch “Jersey Shore” and “Teen Mom” and make fun of them. So, that’s exactly what we do. Why is MTV putting on a show about two guys from the 90s doing what we do?

In closing, I don’t think that any of my friends will be watching “Beavis and Butthead” tonight because it is a show that is not something kids can relate to today at all. Maybe if they could have more stuff from now it would be better or something, but kids now are too different to watch a show that was famous in the 90s with 90s things that no one has today or aren’t invented yet then, too.


Anonymous said...

I don't know anyone who watches MTV anymore. I'm pretty sure that it is not the cultural Juggernaut it once was. And if it is, god save us.

The last thing that MTV contributed to the zeitgeist was "Jersey Shore", a reality show about categorically awful human beings doing shitty things that have nothing to do with music on a network branded "Music Television".

Mike Judge created "King of the Hill". That was a good show.

Get that money, Mike.

GhostOfTyrone said...

Hi Anon,

I think that first statement might say more about you than it says about MTV.

I could go on, but I have to go get that money before Mike Jude does, I guess.



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