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|Updated||September 16, 2013|
|Category||Video & Audio|
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After consuming large amounts of sugar and/or caffeine, Beavis sometimes undergoes a radical personality change. In Holy Cornholio, the transformation occurs after Beavis takes many pain pills. He pulls his shirt collar over his head, raises his forearms in a 90-degree angle next to his chest, and then begins to yell or scream erratically, producing a stream of gibberish and strange noises, his eyes wide. This is an alter-ego named “Cornholio”, a normally dormant persona. Cornholio tends to wander aimlessly while reciting “I am the Great Cornholio! I need TP for my bunghole!” in an odd faux-Spanish accent. Sometimes Beavis will momentarily talk normally before resuming the persona of Cornholio. Once his Cornholio episode is over, Beavis usually has no memory of what happened. In the guise of Cornholio, Beavis becomes a successful beat poet (Buttniks), and in Vaya Con Cornholio he is deported to Mexico after wrongfully being subjected to immigration detention by an agent of the INS. During his detention the agent and his superior attempt to make sense of the gibberish, going so far as to look up the definition of “bunghole”. In that same episode, he claims to be from Lake Titicaca (because of the scatological sound of its name), but when asked where it is, he responds with “Nicaragua”. Lake Titicaca actually sits on the border of Peru and Bolivia. Nicaragua may be one of the few things Beavis remembers from class lectures. Mr. Van Driessen refers to Nicaragua during a lecture on world economic systems in The Great Cornholio, after which Beavis repeats the word while pacing back and forth in the classroom.
Though the “Cornholio” character was developed in the episode The Great Cornholio, Beavis first plays the entity as a passing gag in Generation in Crisis.
Content rating: High Maturity