Somehow, at first I thought this was going to be about marijuana growing.His worm-like chin braid was hypnotic
Snakes On A Mother Loving Plane is probably not safe for work.
Melon Farmer was also used on Die Hard with a Vengeance. lol"YIPPIE KI KAY, MR. FALCON!"
I was watching Goodfellas on Ion (or one of those lame channels) this past weekend. My favorite was 'Mama luke' in place of 'motherfucker'. Almost made the censorship fun while waiting to see what they replaced the objectionable words with.Actually there is an instance where the censored word is a funnier punch line then the obscenity. Case in point is Vacation where the Griswolds are lost in the ghetto and they ask a stereotypical pimp directions. In the uncut version he exclaims'fuck your mama!' In the safe for TV version he says " who do I look like? Christopher Columbo?" One of the funniest lines in the film that was not meant to be there!
You should do with with the cable version of "The Big Lebowski"..."Do you see what happens when you find a stranger in the alps!!??"
There's some Michael J. Fox movie where he wakes up to find himself handcuffed to the bed, at which point he exclaims, "Slug in a ditch! Slug in a ditch!"
One of my favorite examples of this is in one of the "Crow" movies and a cop exclaims "Bull flipping spit!"
That hurt like fun.
How can you guys leave out the most obvious, and fun, example of censoring: Scarface."Where'd you get that scar, eating pineapple?"
Question who do they get to make these edits? Like not the writing but like would Samuel come back and record the censoring words? Or is that a voice actor?
"Hi, my name is Buck, and I like to party."
Thanks for the suggestions, everybody. I'm considering making this an ongoing feature depending on how many other good TV edits I can get my hands on.
Let's not forget "This is what happens when you find a stranger in the Alps."
Didn't a sketch on Mr. Show make fun of this phenomenon? They came up with one of my favorites ever - "You mother father Chinese dentist!"
The Michael J. Fox movie where in the TV version he exclaims "slug in a ditch" is The Hard Way. Considering that a foul-mouthed James Woods is his co-star there must be a lot of other interesting profanity substitutes in there.
scarface: this town is like a pussy waiting to get fuckedusa network scarface: this town is like a chicken, waiting to get plucked.
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