What are some of the best unnecessarily censored kids' show clips? One of the greatest things that YouTube, as a community, has ever done is the act of unnecessary censorship of Kids shows. This is when someone adds bleep-sounds to kids shows at moments where there's no swearing in the actual show, but the bleep makes it sound like there is -- with hilarious consequences. It sounds hokey, but when people pull it off, they really do some great things with this. So, we've taken it upon ourselves to make a list of all the greatest most well-done unnecessarily censored moments from kids shows, cause there's a lot of crap out there. Unnecessary censorship sesame street, mmm. Enjoy.
The Count Really Really Loves to...
This 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.
Scooby Doo Has A Horrible Trip
A 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.
80s Cartoon Characters Montage of Awesomeness
Grabbing 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*!#.