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Beavis and Butt-head and Blavatsky

May 23, 2011 08:11 PM
by MKR

There was a popular TV cartoon series called Beavis and Butt-head, a
hilarious entertainment for young kids. In one of them Madam Blavatsky
appears. Here is the full story.

Madame Blavatsky - Recap

Beavis and Butt-head are walking down the street, wishing they had a limo,
when they see a sign for Madame Blavatsky, a fortune teller. When the boys
go in, the fortune teller is on the phone arguing with someone in a rough
voice. But as soon as she seems them, her changes her voice to make it sound
exotically European. She tells them that she knows all, and "guesses" that
they are students in high school, which impresses them. The she predicts
they don't get good grades either, which convinces them that she is an
authentic psychic.

She tells Butt-head he will be a very rich, important man someday. He wants
to know if he'll ever get chicks, so she tells him that many beautiful women
will beg for his favors. Suddenly, Beavis gazes into her crystal ball, and
gets excited. He sees tanks, destruction, people screaming, and Madame
Blavatsky becomes worried, thinking Beavis can see the end of the world.
What neither she nor Beavis realizes is that her television, showing a CNN
report from war-torn country, is being reflected off the crystal ball.

Walking home, Beavis has his head wrapped up in a fortune teller turban.
Butt-head tells Beavis that he didn't know he was psychic, then Beavis
reminds him of all the tests the school psychologist made him take.
Butt-head reminds him that they said he was psycho, not psychic. Butt-head
says he can tell the future too, and predicts that Beavis will be smacked.
Then he smacks Beavis, hard, and they fight in the street.

The links to the movie clips are:


(You need to go to 17.58 minutes to start Blavatsky episode)




Enjoy them.


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