The episode starts as prayers are heard from Mrs. Stevenson, Tom Anderson, Principle McVicker, David Van Driessen, and Mr. Stevenson all wishing to God that Beavis and Butt-head would stop causing trouble to their lives. While watching TV, the duo are visited by their guardian angel, Charlie. Charlie then shows Butt-head how much everyone's lives would be better if he never existed. It immediately stops raining and Butt-Head is as dry as a bone. Anderson has a nice yard and Christmas lights because Butt-head never messed it up. Burger World has customers without Butt-head repelling them, McVicker still has his hair, and Daria never lost her faith in humanity (and attracted a boyfriend). Stewart has self-esteem and is wearing a "Poison" T-shirt, and his best friend is... of all people, none other than Beavis, who is wearing not his trademark "Metallica" T-shirt, but Stewart's signature "Winger" shirt. He doesn't know what a bunghole is either, and when Butt-head tells him he is one (and calls him "bunghole"), Stewart tells Butt-head that a word can't define itself and calls the latter a "Cro-Magnon" (Beavis agrees). Butt-head attempts to drag Beavis out with him, but is stopped by some homeless people, who say Beavis is a "good kid", and Butt-head is thrown out. Butt-Head asks to "be born again". It starts to rain hard again. Then he is on the bridge again and sees Beavis, who says the word "bunghole". Butt-head is surprised, to which Beavis responds, "You're a bunghole, bunghole!" (He is also wearing his Metallica shirt again). The episode ends with Charlie falling off the bridge again while Beavis and Butt-Head just watch and laugh again.