The Most Ridiculous Edited-For-TV Film Lines

From the hollywoodreporter.com; Makes you wonder why these were on TV in the first place.
Stingraysays...

Why can't they just insert silence to cover out the word if they have to? It's flipping stupid rules made by a bunch of pineapple eating god mothers.

I love the edit on The Departed. You calling us sloppy? Hell yeah, that voice over sucked!

MilkmanDansays...

I remember watching Jackie Brown on TV. Sam Jackson's lines with M* F*ers all got turned into increasingly ridiculous things that follow the same pattern:

Mother's Father
Maryland Farmer
etc.

AK-47 - for when you absolutely, positively have to kill every last Maryland Farmer in the room: accept no substitutes.

siftbotsays...

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RadHazGsays...

Ah the FCC. Keeping everyone safe from those dirty dirty harmful words. Without them, surely we would all be robbing, looting, and killing everything in sight.

Also: we all know the "real" words. Everyone does, without exception (because if everyone didn't, bleeping them would be pointless). So every time anyone see's this stuff, they hear "monday to friday!" their brain translates "fucking!". So in reality the FCC is even more pointless than its already pointless (and in my opinion unconstitutional) existence.

Opus_Moderandisays...

>> ^RadHazG:

Ah the FCC. Keeping everyone safe from those dirty dirty harmful words. Without them, surely we would all be robbing, looting, and killing everything in sight.
Also: we all know the "real" words. Everyone does, without exception (because if everyone didn't, bleeping them would be pointless). So every time anyone see's this stuff, they hear "monday to friday!" their brain translates "fucking!". So in reality the FCC is even more pointless than its already pointless (and in my opinion unconstitutional) existence.


Those Monkey Fighters!!! What a bunch of sloppy.

Unsung_Herosays...

If only you were first.
Then all those comment upvotes could be yours...

>> ^nanrod:

I never want a stranger to find me in the Alps!

Instead they are his. Now he has a brand new power point sitting on his mantel.
>> ^Oatmeal:

I never want to find a stranger in the Alps.


No one ever upvotes for the same comment made later on in the postings.
But just in case...

jbabersays...

>> ^RadHazG:

Ah the FCC. Keeping everyone safe from those dirty dirty harmful words. Without them, surely we would all be robbing, looting, and killing everything in sight.
Also: we all know the "real" words. Everyone does, without exception (because if everyone didn't, bleeping them would be pointless). So every time anyone see's this stuff, they hear "monday to friday!" their brain translates "fucking!". So in reality the FCC is even more pointless than its already pointless (and in my opinion unconstitutional) existence.


There's definitely good reason to have the public have some control over the quality of content on the public airwaves. There's a very finite amount of bandwidth that we, ahem, rent to companies and if we just let it go completely free market, it'd all be pornography.

Of course what the FCC does in practice is ridiculous. I wish they'd pay more attention to content before the watershed and less attention to four letter words. When I lived in Los Angeles, you could see four women and one man in a hot tub making out and suggesting the things they'd do later on Elimidate right when kids got home from school. No 'F' words, but I'd really hate my kids watching that every day.

Psychologicsays...

There's an obvious edit in Galaxy Quest when they get to the "chompers" and Sigourney Weaver's character says "well screw that", which is dubbed over the original "well fuck that".

Unfortunately it isn't a TV edit... it's in the officially released movie.

rottenseedsays...

If only you were first.
Then all those comment upvotes could be yours...
>> ^nanrod:
I never want a stranger to find me in the Alps!

Instead they are his. Now he has a brand new power point sitting on his mantel.
>> ^Oatmeal:
I never want to find a stranger in the Alps.

No one ever upvotes for the same comment made later on in the postings.
But just in case...

poolcleanersays...

>> ^Unsung_Hero:

If only you were first.
Then all those comment upvotes could be yours...
>> ^nanrod:
I never want a stranger to find me in the Alps!

Instead they are his. Now he has a brand new power point sitting on his mantel.
>> ^Oatmeal:
I never want to find a stranger in the Alps.

No one ever upvotes for the same comment made later on in the postings.
But just in case...


No, don't you see? They're not the same comment:

1. You find a stranger in the Alps.
2. A stranger finds you in the Alps.

In the first scenario you are the pitcher, in the second you're the catcher. Just saying.

siftbotsays...

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