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* The ChristmasEpisode of ''WesternAnimation/{{Robotboy}}'' had the last scene entirely redrawn for the French dub: in the original version, Gus opens his present to discover that Santa Claus sent him a fart. In the redone version, he gets an apple core.
18th Nov '17 9:40:04 AM mimitchi33
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** The Greek version, which only comprises of the episodes after Mumfie's Quest, cut 5 minutes of the White Christmas special. They also shortened some regular episodes as well. The reason for this is unknown.

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** The Greek version, which only comprises of the episodes after Mumfie's Quest, cut 5 minutes of the White Christmas special. They also special and shortened some of the regular episodes as well. The reason for this is unknown.



** Asian and European airings of "Hey You, Don't Forget About Me In Your Memory" remove any mention of the Crane Kick, including the song at the end.

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** Asian and European airings of "Hey You, Don't Forget About Me In Your Memory" remove any mention of the Crane Kick, including the song at the end.end, instead ending after Beast Boy's speech.
9th Nov '17 6:40:52 AM mimitchi33
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** Asian and European airings of "Hey You, Don't Forget About Me In Your Memory" remove any mention of the Crane Kick, including the song at the end.
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** Zigzagged in ''WesternAnimation/JonahAVeggieTalesMovie''. Most adaptations of Jonah end after the Ninevites repent, with the moral of the story a straightforward one about obedience. However, as in the original, ''[=VeggieTales=]'' has Jonah plead with God to destroy Nineveh in his disgust with them; while he waits, a tree he was using for shade is eaten by a worm, and when Jonah complains about this, he receives a WhatTheHellHero speech for caring more about a tree than an entire city. In this version, the moral is a more complicated one about God's willingness to forgive anyone if they repent. Played straight when the Ninevites' worst crimes are slapping people with fishes (even though they're also mentioned as lying, stealing, and being violent in general).
30th Sep '17 10:36:40 PM ilovedededeAGAIN2
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** After October 2006, American airing of "Procrastination" removed the following scenes, all of whom play one after next: SpongeBob looking outside to see his friends having fun (because of the scene where Patrick was rubbing suntan lotion on Sandy, which looked like him unhooking her bikini), imagining a live-action dragster crashing (Nickelodeon didn't want kids to imitate the stunt), and then doing calisthenics (reasons unknown). Unlike "Just One Bite", there is no edited scene, it blatantly jumps straight from SpongeBob saying "Gee, this is harder than I thought." to him saying "I can feel those juices pumping now!" after doing calisthenics. This is also the version found on iTunes. The uncut version can be found on DVD releases, and airs uncut in other countries as well.

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** After October 2006, American airing airings of "Procrastination" removed the following scenes, all of whom play one after next: SpongeBob looking outside to see his friends having fun (because of the scene where Patrick was rubbing suntan lotion on Sandy, which looked like him unhooking her bikini), imagining a live-action dragster crashing (Nickelodeon didn't want kids to imitate the stunt), and then doing calisthenics (reasons unknown). Unlike "Just One Bite", there is no edited scene, it blatantly jumps straight from SpongeBob saying "Gee, this is harder than I thought." to him saying "I can feel those juices pumping now!" after doing calisthenics. This is also the version found on iTunes. The uncut version can be found on DVD releases, and airs uncut in other countries as well.
30th Sep '17 10:33:58 PM ilovedededeAGAIN2
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** Most American airings of the episode "Just One Bite" remove a scene where Squidward is set on fire (twice) by the Krusty Krab's security system while trying to sneak in to the Patty Vault. Since the security system consists of a bucket full of gas and a lit match, the edit was likely made because of how easily the scene could be imitated by impressionable kids. A common misconception is that the scene was cut because of 9/11, but the episode actually aired a month after the attacks, and the edit itself made sometime in 2005.

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** Most American airings of the episode "Just One Bite" remove a scene where Squidward is set on fire (twice) by the Krusty Krab's security system while trying to sneak in to the Patty Vault. Since the security system consists of a bucket full of gas and a lit match, the edit was likely made because of how easily the scene could be imitated by impressionable kids. In edited airings, when Squidward arrives at the Krusty Krab, the camera zooms in to the Patty Vault, which leads to the part where Squidward goes up to it. This version is also the one found on all DVD releases and iTunes. A common misconception is that the scene was cut because of 9/11, but the episode actually aired a month after the attacks, and the edit itself made sometime in 2005. The uncut version is still broadcast on the Canadian channel YTV.
** After October 2006, American airing of "Procrastination" removed the following scenes, all of whom play one after next: SpongeBob looking outside to see his friends having fun (because of the scene where Patrick was rubbing suntan lotion on Sandy, which looked like him unhooking her bikini), imagining a live-action dragster crashing (Nickelodeon didn't want kids to imitate the stunt), and then doing calisthenics (reasons unknown). Unlike "Just One Bite", there is no edited scene, it blatantly jumps straight from SpongeBob saying "Gee, this is harder than I thought." to him saying "I can feel those juices pumping now!" after doing calisthenics. This is also the version found on iTunes. The uncut version can be found on DVD releases, and airs uncut in other countries as well.
30th Sep '17 6:01:29 AM mimitchi33
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Examples related to ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'' have their [[Bowdlerise.TheSimpsons own page]].



* ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'' in the UK has also suffered from this. One instance was particularly pointless because the unedited version was used in a trailer that immediately preceded the episode.
** The season nine episode "Trash of the Titans" (the 200th episode) has the following edits:
*** Homer announces to a courthouse clerk that he wants to run for Sanitation Commissioner. The clerk states that it's nice, but the line Homer is in is for people who have to register as sex offenders [[note]]The sex offenders in line are Patty and Selma -- who either don't realize that they're in the wrong line or are in line for abducting and possibly raping a TV repairman in "The Cartridge Family", Jimmy the Scumbag from "Lisa's Date with Density," Mayor Quimby's nephew from "The Boy Who Knew Too Much," and Moe Szyslak[[/note]]. The edited version on Channel 4 in the UK ends act one with Homer announcing his candidacy for Sanitation Commissioner to the courthouse clerk. (Note that the unedited version had been shown on BBC Two multiple times.)
*** All instances of the word "wanker" (mostly used by Music/{{U2}}'s Bono) were cut. When BBC Two aired this episode, they dubbed Mr Burns' use of it after Bono throws a spoon at him with "Ow!"
*** The scene where Homer reveals that he buried the garbage under Springfield is edited to remove Bart, Lisa, and Marge guessing that Homer got rid of the garbage by selling drugs (though Lisa's line, "I wish it ''were'' drugs!" after finding out that Homer is burying the garbage under the town isn't cut) is also cut by Channel 4.
*** After the garbage erupts and destroys the town, Ray Patterson is asked to be Sanitation Commissioner again. Patterson refuses, ending his speech with "You're screwed. Thank you, bye." On the UK's Channel 4, the line is shortened to "Thank you, bye," but Mayor Quimby's "We are far from screwed!" was left in. (Again, both of these cuts were not made by the BBC.)
** Channel 4 (in the UK)'s reruns of "The Cartridge Family" edited the ending where, as Marge is about to throw the gun away, she realizes that she looks better with it and slips it in her purse. At first, the episode was never shown in the UK altogether[[note]]it was only banned by Sky One - the BBC had no qualms with showing it uncut, and Sky followed suit when they got the rights back[[/note]], due to the beginning scene with the soccer riot and scenes depicting the comical side of gun abuse (including Bart using it to play William Tell with Milhouse), which British censors found offensive and likely to be copycatted by idiot viewers.
** The season nine episode "The Two Nahasapemapetilons" was edited on the UK channel Channel 4 to remove the scene of Bart and Lisa asking InnocentlyInsensitive questions about the bindi (the red dot seen on the foreheads of women from India -- specifically, those who are married, but unmarried women do wear them for decoration) on her forehead, such as "Does it change color when you're mad?" and "Is it a third eye?"
*** Additionally in the same episode, the scene where Homer tries to stop Apu's wedding while dressed up as the god Ganesha is cut out.
** The season 16 finale ("The Father, The Son, and the Holy Guest Star") was edited on Channel 4 in the UK to remove Homer's final line during his reconciliation session with Father Sean ("I've masturbated 8 million times and I have no intention of stopping"). The American version initially banned the episode (as it was scheduled to air [[TooSoon around the time that Pope John Paul II passed away]]), but ended up airing it a few months later as the final episode of the season, making the intended finale ("The Girl Who Slept Too Little," in which Lisa confronts her fear of graveyards after one gets moved next to The Simpsons' house) a leftover episode that aired in the early part of season 17.
** The practice of cutting the setups, but not punchlines, and therefore making the situations ''worse'' (or incomprehensible to naive viewers) seems to be popular, at least in Australia (along with cutting scenes of physical violence). In the season seven finale "Summer of 4'2"", Homer tries to buy some illegal fireworks at a beachside Kwik-E-Mart, but to cover his tracks, he buys a lot of risque personal and sexual items (a porno mag, a large box of condoms, some panty shields, two enema kits, and a bottle of Old Harper). The entire scene with Homer buying the sexual items and the fireworks was cut, but the scene in which Marge picks through the bag and says, "Homer, I don't know what you have planned tonight, but count me out" was ''not'' edited.
** For about two years after Princess Diana's death, two gags from two different episodes were edited on BBC Two's airings:
*** Season 4's "Duffless": Homer jumps out the window of the nuclear plant to escape a giant spider. Barney is waiting below with a mattress tied to a stationwagon. Barney notices something that looks like Princess Di and drives up (while Homer falls on his ass), only to be disappointed that it's just a pile of rags. The post-Princess Di-death edited episode just has Barney drive up for no reason [other than the fact that Barney is, at least until season 11, a drunk who really shouldn't be behind the wheel of any type of vehicle] while Homer falls on his ass.
*** From season five's "Rosebud": Mr. Burns is in a sandbox with Maggie trying to bargain with her over his old stuffed bear. Maggie offers Burns her pacifier, and Burns reluctantly obliges. A cameraman pops up and snaps Burns' picture. Burns shouts, "Damn you, paparazzo!" The post-Princess-Di-death edited episode shortened the line to "Damn you!" (On a non-Diana-related note, in the scene with the Ramones the line "Go to hell, you old bastard!" [after they've sung "Happy Birthday" to Mr. Burns] is often cut on the same channel, making the shot of a horrified Burns as the curtain shuts unexplainable, although some edits allow the first half of the line to survive.)
** The Arabic dub (actually the fourth and the fifth seasons, with some episodes left over) has Homer drink [[ExecutiveMeddling Duff Soda instead of beer and eat Egyptian beef sausages rather than hot dogs.]] Needless to say, that version was canceled after 52 episodes (30 of which actually aired). The uncut, subtitled versions were met with much more success, and aired up to season 16.
** The episode "Cape Feare" (a season five episode that was originally a season four leftover) was banned in Germany not only due to the large amount of violence (mostly aimed at a child [i.e., Bart]), but also because of the opening joke where Bart and Lisa watch a talk show called "Up Late with [=McBain=]," featuring a show announcer known as Obergruppenfuehrer (the SS equivalent rank of lieutenant-general) Wolfcastle, dressed in full SS uniform, complete with swastika armband. In Germany ([[OldShame for obvious reasons]]), depicting Nazism and swastikas outside of historical context is considered highly illegal (which is why the video games ''Castle Wolfenstein'' and ''Doom II'' are [[BannedInChina banned in Germany]]).
** The season 15 finale "Fraudcast News" (in which Mr. Burns tries to take over Springfield's media outlets after a newspaper falsely reports that he died) was edited in reruns in America and on Channel 4 in the UK. Groundskeeper Willie's line, "I've reviewed the new tractors. They're all shite!" either bleeps out the word "shite" (American syndicated version) or cuts the line down to "I've reviewed the new tractors." (Channel 4 / Sky version - although the line did survive uncut on its premiere as it was shown in a later timeslot).
*** Channel 4 also cuts out two scenes: one where the Squeaky-Voiced Teen commits suicide over ''WesternAnimation/{{Futurama}}'''s cancellation (at the time) and a scene where Mr. Burns [[{{Squick}} suckles on a mother mole's teat]].
** The season four episode "Marge Gets a Job" was edited after it first aired on American TV due to complaints from a viewer who threatened to sue the writers. When Bart finally takes his test, Mrs. Krabappel tells Bart that he's faked every illness he could think of, including Tourette's Syndrome. Bart responds that he's not over it, followed by twitching and growling, "Shove it, witch!" On the Sunday reruns (after it received complaints for Bart faking a serious, psychological illness and insulting his teacher), the reference to "Tourette's Syndrome is changed to "rabies" and Bart's twitching/"Shove it, witch!" line was cut. In syndication, the Tourette's Syndrome reference was reinstated, but Bart proving to Krabappel that he still has it was cut. On the season four DVD version, "Tourette's Syndrome" was once again replaced with "rabies," but Bart proving to Krabappel that he still has it wasn't cut (though, if you listen closely, you can hear Bart grumbling "Tourette's Syndrome" after Krabappel orders him to take the test and not come up with any more excuses). On BBC Two in the UK, however, the Tourette's Syndrome reference ''and'' Bart proving to Krabappel that he still has it weren't cut.
** In "Viva Ned Flanders", the line about Marge's birthday originally said it was the same day as Hitler's, April 20th. The second US airing was actually on April 20th, which was also the date of the Columbine Massacre. Presumably somebody complained, as the third US airing changed the line to July 15th, the same day as Lassie's. (The Hitler line can still be heard in syndication, but the changed version is on the DVD and international copies.)
** Season 12's "New Kids on the Blecch" (the episode in which Bart, Milhouse, Nelson, and Ralph become a boy band with all the members of Music/{{NSYNC}} as guest stars) also had a line replacement between the original version, the rerun, and the DVD version. During the fun run in the beginning, Smithers is shown pulls Mr. Burns on a rickshaw, with Burns [[WhipItGood whipping him]] and ordering him to go faster. Mr. Burns's original line after that was, "You call yourself a Chinaman?" In reruns and on DVD, the line was changed to, "You call yourself Chinese?"
** The Season 16 episode "Sleeping With The Enemy" at one point has Nelson's mother coming to the Simpson household after finding out that Nelson did (and was paid for) some chores around the house. In the original version aired on FOX, Marge ends the conversation by telling Nelson's mother to go home and "not have intercourse on the way home!" and slamming the door, which enormously shocks the rest of the family. In the edited version aired on Channel 4 in the UK, however, the conversation ends with Marge saying again "Go home Mrs. Muntz," in a relatively calm tone - but keeping the door slam and family's shocked reaction in, making it seem as if they were reacting to Marge being a less-than-gracious host by rudely shoving someone out the door rather than a CovertPervert by mentioning intercourse.
** Because of the nuclear disasters occurring in Japan courtesy of the March 2011 earthquake, a German TV network has either banned or edited all episodes centering on nuclear disasters (meaning a lot of the early episodes that actually showed Homer working at the nuclear plant -- such as "Homer Defined" and "Homer Goes to College," among others -- will never be seen again in Germany).
** Channel 4 in the UK has a rather inconsistent way of editing episodes. Whenever an episode premieres, the episode is shown uncut and uncensored. The same can't be said for the reruns, which will edit out all manner of violence, sexual innuendo, and some choice swear words (mostly the extreme stuff, like "spaz," "bastard," "bitch," and "wanker"). Taken to the next level when the episodes air on the channel's afternoon T4 block, as they'll cut just about anything out, offensive or not.
** A couple of examples from T4's airing of "Homer Loves Flanders":
*** The end of Act One where Homer declares Flanders his friend as he drives by cuts off before Carl says, "I don't know. Something about being gay," after Lenny asks him what Homer was shouting. (This actually caused a minor controversy when the edited version was first shown and led to Channel 4 issuing an apology. They then reinstated this on later repeats of the episode.)
*** The dream sequence of Ned climbing a bell tower and shooting passersby with a sniper rifle showed Ned climbing the bell tower and assembling the gun, but Channel 4 cut Ned opening fire on innocent people and the mailman returning fire, and the dream immediately jumps to Ned waking up and realizing that he hates Homer Simpson. (They reinstated this on subsequent airings of the episode as well.)
** Channel 4's broadcast of ''Treehouse of Horror XIX'' cuts out a great deal of scenes:
*** The first segment, ''Untitled Robot Parody'', cuts out the scene where Sex Toy Robot comes in after the Optimus Prime {{Expy}} asks where he is.
*** The second, ''How to Get Ahead in Dead-vertising'', tones down Krusty's death by removing the part where he's put through a woodchipper, making it look as if Krusty died by being bounced a great distance across the playground. Also cut are the scenes where Homer kills Prince with his own guitar [[note]](though George Clooney's death from sinking into quick-dry cement and Neil Armstrong getting hit with a golf club from a Rube Goldberg chain of events at the Air and Space Museum weren't cut -- probably because the strangulation/stabbing death is more realistic, included blood, and is most likely to be imitated while the other two deaths are too cartoonish to be imitated in real life)[[/note]], and the end where Homer is shot in the head by Krusty (after Homer asks him what the one true religion is) has the gunshot sound, but the scene of his head exploding is cut with a white background, then fades to Homer locking out the celebrities from Heaven.
*** The third segment, ''It's The Grand Pumpkin, Milhouse'', cuts out the part where the Grand Pumpkin pukes after finding out what pumpkin bread is made of (though the actual pile of vomit wasn't cropped out or digitally removed), Nelson calling the Grand Pumpkin a racist because he doesn't care that Nelson is going to carve a yellow pumpkin, and Tom Turkey blowing the Grand Pumpkin's brains out by blowing through a cornucopia (along with the Grand Pumpkin's dying words). Surprisingly, the line "The Grand Pumpkin is super gay" in Nelson's "Pumpkin carol" wasn't edited in the UK, even though it caused controversy in America from anti-gay defamation groups who protested over using the word "gay" as a substitute for "weak," "stupid," or "lame."
** The episode of Bart and Lisa being demoted and promoted, respectively, to third grade was initially shown on Channel 4 completely uncensored. Initially, their third grade teacher said that Lisa came from Mrs Hoover's class ("Glugglugglug" while making drinking gestures) and Bart came from Mrs Krabappel's class ("[[CoughSnarkCough Slut]]"). Reruns of the episode on Channel 4 have cut out the teacher calling Bart's teacher a slut, and have also cut out Lisa trying to choke Bart with her neck pearls.
*** When the episode airs on Sky 1, they cut away after the newscaster says he's "so fat", removing the part where he throws up in a trash can, but they don't remove the part where he does it in Bart's ImagineSpot later.
** Back when the show was a series of shorts on ''Series/TheTraceyUllmanShow'', the short "Babysitting Maggie" was edited after the first couple showings to remove a scene where she electrocutes herself by sticking a fork in the outlet because the FOX censors didn't want little kids and idiot viewers thinking that this was a good thing to do.
** Season 26's "Sky Police" aired on Sky 1 with Apu's reference to attending MIT in Mumbai censored, changing the line "The Mumbai Institute of Tantric Sex" to "The Mumbai Institute." Way to ruin the joke, guys.
** Channel 4 also edits out any scenes that show Moe attempting to kill himself, notably in "Grift of the Magi" and "Tis the Fifteenth Season".
24th Sep '17 10:03:46 PM Assassin-sensei
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* ''WesternAnimation/{{Cybersix}}'' aired uncut in Canada on Teletoon during children's time slots, but was heavily chopped during its brief Saturday morning run on Fox Kids. Any slower or darker scene was re-edited to be faster-paced and less intense/frightening for younger viewers. Fight scenes ended up being heavily edited both for any shots of direct impact and to make room for more commercials. Episode 4 was skipped entirely for unknown reasons. Some have hypothesized it was because of the racially stereotypical designs of Japanese supporting characters in the episode; however, the episode was aired in Canada uncut without controversy.

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* ''WesternAnimation/{{Cybersix}}'' aired uncut in Canada on Teletoon during children's time slots, but was heavily chopped during its brief Saturday morning run on Fox Kids.
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Any slower or darker scene was re-edited to be faster-paced and less intense/frightening for younger viewers. Fight scenes ended up being heavily edited both for any shots of direct impact and to make room for more commercials.
** Random shots of Cybersix changing into her costume were edited from some episodes, perhaps because Fox Kids found them too suggestive.
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Episode 4 was skipped entirely for unknown reasons. Some have hypothesized it was because of the racially stereotypical designs of Japanese supporting characters in the episode; however, the episode was aired in Canada uncut without controversy.
24th Sep '17 10:02:31 PM Assassin-sensei
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** ''Total Drama'' suffered this a bit in America, mostly in the first season before Creator/CartoonNetwork's standards loosened up (moreso than usual). Most of the cuts were for content, while others were just edits to get rid of the Canadian slang and colloquialisms (which would be considered localization instead of bowdlerization). Examples can be seen [[http://totaldrama.wikia.com/wiki/Cartoon_Network_edits here.]]

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** ''Total Drama'' suffered this a bit in America, mostly in the first season before Creator/CartoonNetwork's standards loosened up (moreso than usual). Most of the cuts were for content, while others were just edits to get rid of the Canadian slang and colloquialisms (which would be considered localization instead of bowdlerization). Examples can be seen [[http://totaldrama.wikia.com/wiki/Cartoon_Network_edits here.]]]] The edits that stand out the most are the ones redubbing words like "heck", "stupid", "shut up", and "hot", which shows on Cartoon Network that were rated TV-Y7 had been getting away with for years.


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* ''WesternAnimation/{{Cybersix}}'' aired uncut in Canada on Teletoon during children's time slots, but was heavily chopped during its brief Saturday morning run on Fox Kids. Any slower or darker scene was re-edited to be faster-paced and less intense/frightening for younger viewers. Fight scenes ended up being heavily edited both for any shots of direct impact and to make room for more commercials. Episode 4 was skipped entirely for unknown reasons. Some have hypothesized it was because of the racially stereotypical designs of Japanese supporting characters in the episode; however, the episode was aired in Canada uncut without controversy.
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* ''WesternAnimation/BeavisAndButtHead'' was hit with this hard after MTV received complaints about the content from a mom who accused the show of driving her son into setting fire to their trailer (even though the family had no cable TV) and another incident where a teenager dropped a bowling ball off a bridge onto a baby carriage, killing an infant inside. Lampshaded in a later episode, wherein Beavis began chanting "Water! Water!" in a similar manner to his previous "Fire! Fire!" upon viewing a video with a swimming pool in it, and "Fryer! Fryer!" when using the deep fryer at Burger World. Also lampshaded in the earlier episodes that had warnings on it, like "Unless you're a cartoon character, swallowing a rubber filled with drugs can kill you," (from "Way Down Mexico Way") or "Inhaling paint thinner is very dangerous. Just look at what it did to Beavis and Butthead" (from "Home Improvement", as detailed below).

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was hit with this hard after MTV received complaints about the content from a mom who accused the show of driving her son into setting fire to their trailer (even though the family had no cable TV) and another incident where a teenager dropped a bowling ball off a bridge onto a baby carriage, killing an infant inside. Lampshaded in a later episode, wherein Beavis began chanting "Water! Water!" in a similar manner to his previous "Fire! Fire!" upon viewing a video with a swimming pool in it, and "Fryer! Fryer!" when using the deep fryer at Burger World. Also lampshaded in the earlier episodes that had warnings on it, like "Unless you're a cartoon character, swallowing a rubber filled with drugs can kill you," (from "Way Down Mexico Way") or "Inhaling paint thinner is very dangerous. Just look at what it did to Beavis and Butthead" (from "Home Improvement", as detailed below).



* ''WesternAnimation/TeenTitans'' did away Deathstroke's codename and simply called him Slade (his real name), and removed his sexual relationship with Tara Markov, AKA Terra.

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* ''WesternAnimation/TeenTitans'' did away Deathstroke's codename and simply called him Slade (his real name), and name) due to NeverSayDie, though many fans consider this a positive as it sounds more intimidating. It also removed his sexual relationship with Tara Markov, AKA the 16-year old (or possibly younger in the cartoon) Terra.
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