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The Boys Dress Up as Women to Help With Breast Exams on 'Good Vibes' (VIDEO)

by Jason Hughes, posted Dec 2nd 2011 7:00AM
'Good Vibes' - 'Breast Friends'MTV isn't exactly known for subtlety with its sexual content, and 'Good Vibes' (Thu., 11PM ET on MTV) has certainly pushed that envelope with its perpetually horny protagonists. In this episode alone, they dart off twice to masturbate.

But behind all the dirty jokes was a positive message. When Jeena needed volunteers to help with the free mammogram screening, Mondo and Woodie came up with the brilliant (stupid) idea to dress up as women so they could get hands on.

Unfortunately, they missed any opportunities they might have had to see or feel anything remotely pleasant. They stopped one another when Woodie's sister and Mondo's mom came in, but no one was safe when the kids' teacher rolls in and then her bra lost its battle to contain her breasts.

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More Than 3 Million Viewers Welcomed 'Beavis & Butt-Head' Back to TV

by Chris Harnick, posted Oct 28th 2011 5:15PM
Beavis & Butt-Head'Beavis & Butt-Head' are bringing the boys back to MTV.

The return of the Mike Judge cartoon brought in 3.3 million viewers at 10PM ET. The show had a 3.4 rating in the 12-34 demographic. According to MTV, two-thirds of the 'Beavis & Butt-Head' audience were males ages 12-34.

The debut of 'Good Vibes' at 10:30PM ET was watched by 1.6 million viewers with a 1.4 rating in the 12-34 demo.

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Woodie Introduces Mondo to California Beach Life on 'Good Vibes' (VIDEO)

by Jason Hughes, posted Oct 28th 2011 2:45AM
'Good Vibes' - 'Pilot'Paired up with the return of 'Beavis and Butt-Head' is the new animated series 'Good Vibes' (Thu., 10:30PM ET on MTV). It's the story of Mondo, an overweight teen from New Jersey who goes to the one place a teenage boy will never get tired of ... the beach!

There, he makes friends with Woodie, a local who clearly has never been outside of California. While he teaches Mondo some of the tricks of the trade as a local, he also seems to think that the businesses along the beach front are representative of any town in America.

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Adam Brody Goes Back to The O.C. for MTV's Animated 'Good Vibes'

by Maggie Furlong, posted Oct 27th 2011 1:00PM
Adam Brody, 'Good Vibes'Adam Brody is back in the O.C. ... sort of. His new animated coming-of-age surfer comedy, 'Good Vibes' (premieres Thurs., Oct. 27, 10:30PM ET on MTV), finds Brody voicing Woodie, a horny Southern California teenager with a heart of gold -- and a surfboard graffitied to look like a penis.

Created by David Gordon Green -- the guy behind 'Pineapple Express' and HBO's 'Eastbound & Down' -- the show has an all-star cast, including Josh Gad ('Book of Mormon,' anyone?) as Woodie's new best friend, Mondo; Debi Mazar as Mondo's mom, Babs; Alan Tudyk as Lonnie the beach-bum guru; and Green's pal Danny McBride as Ms. Teets, the sex ed teacher. Olivia Thirlby, Jake Busey and Tony Hale also lend their voices.

Brody describes 'Good Vibes' as "super raunchy," which makes it the perfect show to follow returning favorite 'Beavis and Butt-head.' Keep reading for more details on the show, 'O.C.' comparisons and an exclusive sneak peek at an upcoming episode.

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What To Watch: TV Picks for Oct 24-30

by Laura Prudom, posted Oct 23rd 2011 2:30PM
Marshall and LilyMONDAY, OCTOBER 24

'How I Met Your Mother' (8PM ET, CBS)

The gang begins to realize their romantic partner reminds them of one of their parents. Meanwhile, Barney and Nora's planned romantic evening is ruined by a string of bad events. Wayne Brady guest-stars as Barney's brother and Frances Conroy guests as their mother.

'2 Broke Girls' (8.30PM ET, CBS)
Caroline tries to build a Murphy bed for herself in Max's apartment, and the chemistry between Max and Johnny (Nick Zano) heats up.

'Hart of Dixie' (9PM ET, The CW)
Zoe discovers something shocking about the local minister (guest star Peter MacKenzie) and his wife (guest star Kerry O'Malley), causing quite a stir among the residents of Bluebell. Lemon is determined to find the funds to renovate the town's historic bridge that was destroyed by Hurricane Katrina, but first she is put in the extremely awkward position of having to convince Lavon to choose her proposal over so many other worthwhile submissions.

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New Fox comedy from Pineapple Express director

by Angie Argabrite, posted Sep 30th 2008 2:25PM
Pineapple Express
Since when is David Gordon Green a comedic director? I mean, sure the guy did Pineapple Express -- and it was funny, but have you ever caught any of his previous movies, like All the Real Girls, Undertow or Snow Angels? All of them have their merit (my personal fave is All the Real Girls, starring Zooey Deschanel and the undersung Paul Schneider), but there's really nothing in them that would hint that Green, who wrote and directed them all, had a comedic bone in his body. But apparently, not only is he a writer-director of funny movies now, but he's also a writer of animated sitcoms.

Or at least one -- the Hollywood Reporter's got word that Fox has picked up Good Vibes, which he's writing, about a "crazy group of high school students living in a Southern California coastal community." Huh? Green was born in Arkansas, raised in Texas and went to college in North Carolina. Where's he coming up with the inspiration to write about high schoolers in the OC? And where's this new comedy stuff coming from? Guess the guy's expanding his repertoire. If the series shows the comic chops of Pineapple, I wouldn't complain. I'm just a little puzzled, is all. What do you think?

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