2746 a.k.a. Beavis and Butt-head is an American animated sitcom created and designed by Mike Judge. The series originated from "Frog Baseball", a 1992 short film by Judge originally aired on Liquid Television. After seeing the short, MTV signed Judge to develop the concept. The Beavis and Butt-Head television show first ran from March 8, 1993 to November 28, 1997. It was revived in 2011 and new episodes began airing on MTV from October 27, 2011 to December 29, 2011. Later, reruns aired on other Viacom properties, including MTV2, Comedy Central and UPN. In 1996, the series was adapted into the animated feature film Beavis and Butt-head Do America.
- also known as with Beavis and Butt-head, Beavis and Butthead, Mike Judge
- begun on and completed on
- 222 episodes of 20 or 30 minutes each, in 9 seasons
- country: United States of America
- created by Mike Judge
- regular cast:
- Mike Judge as Beavis between and (18 years and 10 months)
- Mike Judge as Butt-head between and (18 years and 10 months)
- Tracy Grandstaff as Daria Morgendorffer between and (4 years and 8 months)
- Trez Bayer
- Bonnie Brantley
- Adam Welsh as Stewart Stevenson between and (4 years and 5 months)
- David Spade as Mr. Manners between and (4 years and 5 months)
- Toby Huss as Henry between and
- Mike Judge as Coach Buzzcut
- Dale Revo between and (4 years and 8 months)
- Kristofor Brown between and (18 years and 6 months)
- Dean Julian as Earl between and (1 year and 10 months)
- Sam Johnson as Mr. Hererra between and (18 years and 5 months)
- Lori Nasso as Elevator Woman between and (2 months)
- genres: Music video, Animated cartoon, Animation, Animated series, Satire, Comedy
- award: - Teen Choice Award for Choice TV: Animated Show
- official website: www.mtv.com/shows/beavis_and_butthead/series.jhtml
"2746" a.k.a. "Computer War / Death is a Dream" is a book by Mack Reynolds.
- genre: Speculative fiction
- copyright: 1967
2746 a.k.a. Turner is a publisher.
2746 a.k.a. glutamate dehydrogenase 1 is a gene.
- also known as glutamate dehydrogenase (NAD(P)+)