Beavis and Butt-Head are back.
After a 14 year hiatus, the duo that defined the '90s as much as any other show will return to MTV, and the first glimpse of the show was made available on EW.com. The best part? Literally nothing has changed. No ostentatious CG, no pandering to a dumbed-down MTV audience, no gimmicky character updates. The only difference between the old show and the new clips is the cultural references -- instead of making fun of Soundgarden videos on MTV, Beavis and Butt-Head now spend their time mocking "Jersey Shore," seen in this clip.
Mike Judge, the creator of "Beavis and Butt-head" (and the voice of both), whose claims to fame also include "Office Space," "Idiocracy" and "Extract," as well as the long-running animated program "King of the Hill," told a panel at Comic-Con that he wanted to bring back "Beavis and Butt-Head" because he "felt like TV was getting too smart," according to EW.
The show, which is expected to return in October, remains true to Judge's Austin, Texas roots -- Austin native comedians Howard Kremer and Chip Pope, whose history with MTV goes back to "Austin Stories," wrote for the rebooted show.
WATCH: Warning, some cartoon violence.
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