Beavis and Butt-Head haven't limited their guttural-chuckling charms to their eponymous TV series and film. To mark Tuesday's DVD release of "Beavis and Butt-Head: The Complete Collection," let's revisit their top 10 pop-culture cameos.
2. "I Got You Babe" (1993): True, the collaboration with Cher was for B&B's 1993 album, "The Beavis and Butt-Head Experience," but the song first was popularized (in part) by Cher.
3. "Airheads" (1994): In the film, Butt-Head calls a radio show to tell a band, "You suck."
4. "The Head" (1995): In this MTV series' pilot, Butt-Head literally gets his butt kicked.
5. "Late Show with David Letterman" (1996): While promoting the 1996 movie "Beavis and Butt-Head Do America" (in which Letterman plays a guy who may or may not be Butt-Head's dad), Butt-Head offers his own take on a classic Letterman bit: mocking audience members in the Ed Sullivan Theater.
6. The 69th Annual Academy Awards (1997): Presenting the Sound Effects Editing category at the Oscars, Butt-Head slaps Beavis to demonstrate the impact of sound (and the sound of impact). Beavis then announces Bruce Stambler's win for the latter's work on "The Ghost and the Darkness."
7. "Celebrity Death Match" (2001): In a battle for the ages, Butt-Head attacks Beavis with a pencil and declares, "Uh, I erased your unit." But after Beavis gets jacked up on soda and transforms into his alter ego Cornholio, he emerges victorious.
8. "Saturday Night Live" (2002): The duo plays figments of Colin Powell's imagination.
9. "Jackass 3D" (2010): The movie opens with pure eloquence: "Good evening. I'm Butt-Head." It's basically all downhill from there.
10. "Jimmy Kimmel Live" (2011): In addition to Kimmel's inspired "Regis and Butt-Head" bit (featuring the real-life Reege sitting beside Butt-Head on the latter's animated couch), Butt-Head interviews Snooki on Kimmel's set while Beavis, from afar, suggests interview topics.