We’ve all been desensitized to raunchy characters doing raunchy things. If anything, their goal is to keep outdoing themselves. There’s something a whole lot more shocking in a prim and proper character who gets down and dirty. You can hear the record scratch in your head like, “Did Sheldon Cooper actually just say that?” As alien as he and a few of these other characters can be, they too have bodily functions that they sometimes feel the need to discuss. We’re a little off put by it, but who are we to judge?
The toilet humor debate has raged on forever. One side poo-poos it as “an easy laugh” while the other side embraces it with the classic motto, “Funny is funny.” They both make valid points, so it seems like the debate might continue forever. We’re not here to sway you one way or the other. Whether it was done tastefully or not, these 15 sophisticated characters came down from on high to embrace toilet humor.
Sheldon is right… Yet again.
Anne Perkins shares a bit too much.
No one needed to hear Marge fart. It’s just wrong.
Bill Nye tries to relate to the young folks.
The microchip has been compromised.
We’ll never look at Miss Hoover the same way again.
Niles was quick to slam Roz. (Not like that. He was clearly a Daphne guy.)
Liz takes credit for her Fart Doctor sketches.
Mild-mannered State Trooper finally snaps.
Hearing Sheldon Cooper talk about sex is rare and ever so unsettling.
A rare moment from the “Lisa Simpson” of the family.
As stuffy as his job is, Chandler can’t help but be himself.
This innuendo from Angela was a shocker.
Abby shows us the lighter side of forensic science.