'Beavis And Butt-Head' Creator Discusses Possiblity Of Metal Videos Appearing On Show Again

Metal Injection was part of a roundtable discussion with "Beavis And Butt-Head" creator Mike Judge during the New York Comic Con on Saturday, October 15. Mike answered questions about the show, including the creative process, the possibility of new metal videos appearing on the program, if any bands ever confronted him and much more. Check out the footage below.

According to The Wrap, "Beavis And Butt-Head" will return to the airwaves almost 15 years after it left.

In a new trailer for the upcoming season, Judge's beloved animated trash-talkers beat up on "Jersey Shore" (reflecting on a hook-up chart that the "JS" cast is assembling, they posit, "If they like did this chart long enough, they can show where herpes began") and "16 And Pregnant" ("This would be a better show if they, like, showed them actually getting pregnant").

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