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|“||So, Beavis and Butt-Head, I understand Mr. McVicker has made a little arrangement with you guys. Yeah, a little probation. You see, class, Beavis and Butt-Head here are not allowed to laugh for a whole week. That's right, and if they do laugh they'll be expelled, and they'll have to go to Hope High School where they'll get their asses kicked on a daily basis by all the other delinquents, ha ha ha!||„|
|~ Bradley Buzzcut|
Mr. Coach Bradley Buzzcut Vaughan is the secondary antagonist of Beavis and Butt-head (the main villain is Principal McVicker).
He was voiced by Mike Judge who also voiced other characters in the series, including Principal McVicker and the show's eponymous duo.
He runs a gym class in the high school. He cannot stand the boys tomfooleries in his domain (Gym Class). He used to be a US marine corps drill instructor before he was a Physical education teacher, Sex education teacher, Math teacher and detention supervisor.
He gets really mad when Beavis and Butt-head refuse to listen to him, so he resort to more yelling. Like Principal McVicker, he hates Beavis and Butt-head because both he and McVicker hate laugh jokes. He's even the archenemy of the minor villain Mr. Manners/Mr. Candy.
Unlike Principal McVicker, who is more sympathetic, Buzzcut is shown to bully students who didn't even do anything to ignite his wrath. Even going so far as to spew out death threats towards the students. The most infamous example was in the episode The Young, Gifted, and Crude, where he encouraged his class to beat up a new student that used to be in the gifted classes. The closest he has ever had to a noble moment was in the episode Candy Sale when he defended Beavis and Butt-head from Mr. Candy, but only because he, in his own words "does the ass-kicking in his classroom." Even though he defended Beavis and Butt-Head from Mr. Candy, Buzzcut shows to be more livid towards Mr. Candy than the duo.