Scenes where movies and tv shows get by the censors have almost always resulted in more unforgettable and hilarious onscreen encounters. Censors may be inconvenient, but they force directors to be inventive; after all, it is thanks to censors that perhaps the cinematic genre exists. Although uncensored TV shows and films have their own charm, directors sometimes have had more fun sneaking things through than if they'd been free to do whatever they wanted. And that is what keeps these sometimes contentious movies and Television series so entertaining: viewers are invited to join in on the joke with a laugh and a poke.

In theory, the rating system for movies, TV, games, music, and other media is a wonderful thing. It assists consumers in making informed entertainment decisions. But it doesn't stop innovators from coming up with delightfully ingenious ways to get through the censors. These entertaining methods might occasionally backfire and can result in films with incomprehensible moments. However, the often subversive manner in which filmmakers got away with this stuff has only added to their appeal to spectators.

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CRACKED COM I haven't been f*cked like that since grade school. Fight Club's iconic line was actually more light than the one originally intended.

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ABC said that Fonzie could only wear his leather jacket when he was next to his bike. HA THD Henry Winkler got around it by telling the writers to alw

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The 1999 South Park film was originally named: South Park:All Hell Breaks LoOSE The MPAA didn't allow Trey Parker and Matt Stone to use the word He

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REN & STIMPY CREATORS OFTEN PUT IN RED HERRING JOKES TO DISTRAGT PCENSORS. In one particular episode, Prehistoric Stimpy, censors missed the red her

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FAMILY GUY'S 2005 KEVIN SPACEY IS A SEXUAL PREDATOR JOKE GOT BY FOX CENSORS BECAUSE IT WAS AKNOWN RUMOR AT THE TIME. Reportedly, Fox Standards and P

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