Beavis And Butt-Head Do...Adulthood?

In hindsight, the burdens of a high school student are typically overblown, but Beavis and Butt-Head saw a whole new breed of obstruction when they left the troubles of still-crusted sandwiches and undone homework behind for adulthood on tonight's episode. From unwittingly proposing marriage to the same girl to delving into the world of unionized work, B&B made a concerted jump in the direction of taxpayer, and it made us wonder how the two would survive their future as grown-ups.

Firstly, the idea that either could support a household is the stuff of a fool's paradise. A career in a band might be achievable if either got off the couch, but one might sooner move mountains than get them to master a chord progression. And the friends certainly have a critic's distaste for...everything...but neither has the motivation to write, or, as evidenced by their time as techies, the ability to use a computer. Groceries? They suck and are expensive. The kids? They suck, too. And those bills? Suck, and are on fire.

+ What do you think of the notion that Beavis and Butt-Head could exist as functioning adults? How would they handle carpooling to soccer practice? Could they make sense of their W-2s? And why won't this g**damn cat eat the dry food? Share your opinion in the comments.

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