The transformation of “Beavis And Butt-Head” from high school students to werewolves didn’t exactly go as planned on tonight’s premiere–namely, because the werewolf whose bite they invited was actually a homeless man infected with hepatitis C. But also because they turned green instead of growing patches of body hair, and no women were entranced by the allure of their creature mystique.
Since so many of you are “Teen Wolf” fans, we decided to take a look at how the hair band-hating duo might handle the trials and tribulations with which an actual werewolf, Scott McCall, is usually burdened. You know, like the ones that don’t amount to gangrene or an incursion of MRSA.
How Beavis would handle contention with Jackson: After unsuccessfully avoiding a number of punches Jackson threw, Beavis would call the bully a wuss for playing lacrosse and imply it took several hours for him to perfect his gravity-defying hair. Jackson would tell Beavis that Allison would never go for a guy in a Metallica shirt. Beavis would consider the notion for a moment, then call the guy a butthole.
How Butt-Head would tend to Lydia after the Alpha Wolf’s attack: Presumably, Butt-Head would be so entranced at the sight of a girl in a robe that he’d forget she was comatose and nervously stammer. “Wait, do people wear, like, underwear under those?” he’d ask an orderly, hopeful the resultant silence was an implicit “no.”
How Beavis and Butt-Head would handle Stiles‘ position as sidekick:
The two in unison to Stiles: “Could you, like, get away from us?”
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