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Beavis and Butt-head Do America
The movie stars the title characters, who get their television set stolen from their house by a couple of local thieves. They start walking across their town in search of a TV set to substitute for theirs, and run into a drunken man, Muddy Grimes (voiced by Bruce Willis) who is waiting for two hired killers to murder his wife.
Grimes, thinking Beavis and Butt-head are the killers he had contracted, tells Beavis and Butt-head that they must "do" his wife, and they misunderstand him, thinking that he meant to say what he told them in a sexual way. So Muddy hands them two airplane tickets to Las Vegas, where his wife is; they fly there and go meet her.
Upon meeting with the two teenaged boys, the hunted woman, Dallas Grimes (voiced by Demi Moore) realizes they have no idea what they were actually hired for, and puts a biological weapon in Beavis's pants, telling them to meet her in Washington D.C. if they want to "do her" and putting them on a bus to the capital of the United States.
After getting on, they unleash a chain of chaos across the states they travel. Soon a government agency starts looking for them, desperate to get the weapon back before it goes off and kills thousands. Inevitable running jokes about "cavity searches" etc. ensue, as the agency in question is quite fond of such.
Eventually, they make it to Washington, DC and the White House, where an international conference is being held, and where Dallas Grimes intended to sell the product Beavis and Butt-head unknowingly carried to some international terrorist.
When the cops got the package that Beavis and Butt-head carried (which had landed on Butt-head's hand before police took it away), and the corresponding arrests were made, Beavis and Butt-head met with President Bill Clinton, who greeted them at his White House office. Afterwards, they returned to their town and found their television set on the side of the road.
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