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Another line that was completely butchered thanks to TV censorship was in John Goodman's classic car-smashing scene from The Big Lebowski, which now exists in a whole new context thanks to the TV edit.
Apparently, this is what happens when you "find a stranger in the Alps!" - not when you "f*** a stranger in the a**!" See for yourself here.625Funny replacement?
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Yes, even Snakes on a Plane's most iconic line got a makeover thanks to TV censorship. Instead of "I've had it with these motherf***ing snakes on this motherf***ing plane," TV viewers were treated to "I've had it with these monkey-fighting snakes on this Monday-to-Friday plane!"
Apparently, the edited line was Samuel L. Jackson's idea so that the phrase would still be memorable when it was inevitably censored for television.7117Funny replacement?
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One of the most talked-about instances of TV censorship was the horrendous edit of John McClane's iconic catchphrase, "Yippee Ki-Yay, Mother F***er!" in Die Hard 2. Instead, the line was dubbed (in a voice that sounds nothing like Bruce Willis) to “Yippee Ki-Yay, Mister Falcon,” and fans are still angry over it.7221Funny replacement?
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Scarface had to be edited quite a bit in order to air it on broadcast television. One of the funniest edits by far had to be the line, "This town is like a great big p***y, just waiting to be f***ed," which was changed to "This town is like a great big chicken, just waiting to be plucked."
Rhythmically, the dub was successful, but the context just doesn't seem to work.5711Funny replacement?