The Count Really Really Loves to...vThis is by far one of the best censorship jobs done to an innocent clip. This is the best one that isn't a montage, because it fits into the context of the video, as well as the language, almost perfectly and with few loopholes.
It's a video of The Count from Sesame Street singing about his love of counting.
Yes, you are immature for laughing at this, but yes, it is absolutely f%#&ing hilarious.
Jimmy Kimmel's Team Does Sesame StreetvNo one has done more for unnecessary censorship than late night talk show host Jimmy Kimmel, who regularly shows montages of cleverly, unnecessarily censored TV in a poke at the FCC.
Showing that the best people on Earth that do this stuff are Jimmy Kimmel's team of creepy dudes who sit at work all day and watch Sesame Street, they have this Sesame Street compilation that really, really stretches some limits.
The little girl at the very end is pretty horrible, but the worst is arguably the third to last clip where the count is asking two little kids on the steps a question -- the little girl in that scenario's answer to his question, in the context of the bleep... is just... yeah. Just watch this all the way through.
80s Cartoon Characters Montage of AwesomenessvGrabbing clips from ÂG.I. Joe, Casper the Friendly Ghost, My Little Pony and Masters of the Universe, this hefty helping of clips puts My Little Pony into a weird, almost nightmarish context -- especially when they're working out.
And if you head to 2:49 in the video, you can catch one of the members of G.I. Joe making the show sound like it was written for Samuel L. Jackson.
There are very few misses in this video, which is quite a treat due to this otherwise-hit-or-miss genre of entertainment video editing,
Some of our favorite cartoons now treat each other like absolute s*!#.
Spongebob Gets DirtyvSince Spongebob Square Pants is watched by an enormous amount of adult stoners, yours truly included, it's not really a stretch to find out that someone went ahead and altered it even more for their (and the internet's) amusement.
Although, after seeing these clips put together it becomes clearer and clearer that Spongebob Squarepants is this generation's Ren & Stimpy. It has a lot of risky jokes, deals heavily in absurdity, stars characters most parents hate and stretches the boundaries of what's funny for children and what's funny for adults all the while blurring the lines of the two.
This collection of clips proves that quite well.
Zelda Has Some Strict Rules for LinkvA long time ago before the internet, this was one of the most difficult to find cartoon series ever. Everyone remembers the "Excuuuuuse ME, Princess" line that is 100% a product of a cheesy, 80s cartoon version of one of the greatest Video Game franchises of all time.
It was also rare to even find this show, that was a small part of the Super Mario Brothers show that starred two really, really Italian looking guys introducing cartoons where their characters sounded nothing like them.
So here we have the Legend of Zelda cartoon, which has been improved upon in this collection of clips by changing all the characters from annoying, slow witted marketing tools into annoying, slow witted marketing tools with potty mouths.
It's amazing how replacing a few choice words can really change a steaming pile s*#! into something quite watchable, all thanks to implied profanity.
BONUS: With all the added bleeps, it's actually very confusing at 0:40 when Link tries to jump on the princess as he yells, "Oh boy, ****ing time!"
Did that part actually genuinely need censorship? What the H-E double hockey sticks could he possibly have said?
Daffy Duck Won't Put Up With $*%&vHere's a classic clip of the rabbit who always crossdresses to solve his problems, the persistent hunter with the speech impediment, and the angry duck with the saliva control problem performing one of their favorite bits on a very "meta" stage (back when people discovered, and then drove into the ground, that breaking theh 4th wall in cartoons was funny.)
Fudd, as usual, tries to shoot one of them during a dance number, and Daffy has had enough.
He voices his opinion.
REAL TALK: It's 100% understandable why Daffy would be so mad since live ammo on set is what killed both Bruce and Brandon Lee.
The Power Puff Girls Talk ToughvThe Power Puff Girls was already a moderately violent cartoon, and profanity mixes with violence like cake and ice cream. The best part of the show anyway is that all the ass kicking is done by cute little girls, and now they have the sailor-mouths to back up their freakish, fingerless fists.
The best part of the video has to be at 2:32 as the lone wheel rolls towards Buttercup, and she utters a simple word.
Either that or at 01:58 when Blossom explains what she doesn't enjoy about her fellow Power Puff compatriots.
Dora The F*$#ing ExplorervAlright before seeing this series of actually pretty damn hilarious clips I had never seen a single moment of a real Dora the Explorer cartoon. This is amazing.
I don't know if it's racist, but does it kind of seem like Dora's just putting all of her problems on the viewer.
It feels like she's facing all these problems and instead of taking care of them head-on, she always expects us, the viewer, to help her solve them.
Sure, kids are actually more sophisticated television viewers generally, as an audience, than adults because all of their programs are actually built around the premise of TEACHING them something, but their characters should probably be solving these problems alone sometimes just to teach the kids some mother#$*&ing initiative.
Anyway, here's Dora the Explorer and crew with some extremely sexually violent woodland creatures.
Dragon Ball Z Unnecessary Censorship: The SeriesvHere's a collection of clips from the ever popular series Dragonball Z where everything they say is made into a sexual innuendo -- and even if you're not a fan of the show, these work out surprisingly well. And frequently.
Hanna Montana on AbstinencevThe the fun of these videos rages on into live action Disney programming.
For those of us born before the 90s, here's what Hannah Montana is about:
Miley "I Take Raunchy Pictures of Myself All the Time" Cyrus plays "herself". Hannah Montana is the pop star character that the "Miley" in the show plays, who is also a teen superstar.
Emily Osment (purple hair) plays her pop star sidekick in the show/career who always talks some sense into her.
Bill Ray Cyrus plays himself, a controlling, misguided and often absent pop star father comfortably riding the coat tails of his hot daughter super star, as well as his former success... too much?
In this scene, Miley tells one of the members of her "band" her policy on fraternizing with them.
Scooby Doo Has A Horrible TripvA talking dog is good enough to keep kids occupied, but a talking dog who swears? Now we got a ball game.
The biggest surprise about this Scooby Doo clip is that for once there are no drug references; just a dog saying the greatest four-letter word in the English language.
Although, even though Scooby is clearly scared of monsters in this clip, it does look like he's going through Cocaine withdrawals.
The Flintstones, As Written By Judd ApatowvWilma and Fred just having some good 'ol fashioned fun... until name-calling comes into the equation and it turns out that Fred can't take 'em like he gives 'em.
An awesome, semi-abusive example of a relationship in cartoons that makes the bleeps that much more poignant.
Mister Rogers Has One Thing On His MindThis fits perfectly. The context is absolutely amazing and the F*#$ing Karamatsa Brothers, in the context of this clip, are absolutely and completely living most people's nightmares.
HERE'S THE THING about this one... it's actually better if you DON'T WATCH IT. Just listen to it.
This feels really wrong because Fred Rogers was a saint. But here it is, in its full-better-if-auditory glory.