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26th Nov '17 1:12:55 PM Westing1992
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* "Little Clarissa" (not [[Series/ClarissaExplainsItAll that Clarissa]], one hopes; she looks like a preschool [[WesternAnimation/HeyArnold Helga Pataki]] but let's hope she's not her either): Clarissa's teacher finds a drawing of [[http://www.whatisdeepfried.com/COMIX/Family/PAGE1.html a wolf attacking a chipmunk]]. [[spoiler: It's Clarissa's way of expressing that her dad violently rapes her every night, and then the rest of her pictures become fearsome.]]

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* "Little Clarissa" (not [[Series/ClarissaExplainsItAll that Clarissa]], one hopes; she looks like a preschool [[WesternAnimation/HeyArnold Helga Pataki]] but let's hope she's not her either): Clarissa": Clarissa's teacher finds a drawing of [[http://www.whatisdeepfried.com/COMIX/Family/PAGE1.html a wolf attacking a chipmunk]]. [[spoiler: It's Clarissa's way of expressing that her dad violently rapes her every night, and then the rest of her pictures become fearsome.]]
21st Aug '17 10:35:46 PM WolfThunder
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* ''{{Minipops}}'': How's this for a show concept? It's on a mainstream channel at teatime. It features hit songs of recent years being sung by prepubescent children in costumes copied from the original artists and full makeup. Hit songs include, for particularly [[{{Squick}} squickyness]], "Nine to Five" by Sheena Easton, in which the singer relates how hard her husband works, but then she's cooked him dinner and they have sex. British television, Creator/Channel4, early 1980s.

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* ''{{Minipops}}'': ''[[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Minipops Minipops]]'': How's this for a show concept? It's on a mainstream channel at teatime. It teatime, and features the hit songs of recent years being sung by prepubescent children in costumes copied from the original artists and full makeup. Hit Said hit songs include, for particularly [[{{Squick}} squickyness]], include "Nine to Five" by Sheena Easton, in which the singer relates how hard her husband works, but then she's cooked him dinner and they have sex. British television, Creator/Channel4, early 1980s. In fact, it was cancelled after six episodes because of this.



* The British Tv show [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Minipops Minipops]] was pulled from the air because of this.
21st Jul '17 5:58:27 PM Drope
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For when the child draws scary art, see NightmareFuelColoringBook.
6th Jul '17 7:11:41 AM Sakubara
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* Deliberately done in music videos: [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_AwoWyEnaMs A school pageant]] about Joan of Arc, Conquistadors, and [[NoPartyLikeADonnerParty the Donner party]]; [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VBI_NNeBeXQ kids playing at]] TheWarOnTerror, and one with little kids dressed as and lip-syncing Notorious BIG and Co.

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* Deliberately done in music videos: [[http://www.videos for Music/TheShins and Serj Tankian: [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_AwoWyEnaMs com/watch?v=OkITsv3Nk6M A school pageant]] about Joan of Arc, Conquistadors, and [[NoPartyLikeADonnerParty the Donner party]]; [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VBI_NNeBeXQ kids playing at]] TheWarOnTerror, and one with little kids dressed as and lip-syncing Notorious BIG and Co.
4th Jun '17 5:17:29 PM jormis29
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* The Australian version of ''Magazine/{{MAD}}'' commented on this in its satire of ''YoungTalentTime''. One of the performers announces that he is about to sing "The Lady is a Tramp", commenting that Music/FrankSinatra performed song when playing a womanizing nightclub owner in ''Theatre/PalJoey'' "so it should suit a callow fourteen year old right down to the ground". (This is somewhat mistaken: the lyrics don't use "tramp" in ''that'' sense, and the song was originally written not for ''Pal Joey'' but for one of the youngsters in ''Babes in Arms''.)

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* The Australian version of ''Magazine/{{MAD}}'' commented on this in its satire of ''YoungTalentTime''. ''Series/YoungTalentTime''. One of the performers announces that he is about to sing "The Lady is a Tramp", commenting that Music/FrankSinatra performed song when playing a womanizing nightclub owner in ''Theatre/PalJoey'' ''Film/PalJoey'' "so it should suit a callow fourteen year old right down to the ground". (This is somewhat mistaken: the lyrics don't use "tramp" in ''that'' sense, and the song was originally written not for ''Pal Joey'' but for one of the youngsters in ''Babes in Arms''.)
19th Apr '17 12:38:06 PM Spinosegnosaurus77
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* ''Music/KidzBop'' is a much-reviled album series of hit songs being sung by children. The songs chosen apparently weren't screened carefully beforehand, as they include Music/GreenDay's "Boulevard of Broken Dreams", {{Music/Pink}}'s "Who Knew", Kevin Rudolf's "Let it Rock" and Music/FloRida's "Club Can't Handle Me", among others. In fact, there are so many of these that Kidz Bop has [[AgeInappropriateDress/KidzBop its own page]].
** Some singers catch on to this, however. Pete Wentz from Music/FallOutBoy refused to greenlight a cover of "Dance Dance", due to it being inappropriate.

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* ''Music/KidzBop'' is a much-reviled album series of hit songs being sung by children. The songs chosen apparently weren't screened carefully beforehand, as they include Music/GreenDay's "Boulevard of Broken Dreams", {{Music/Pink}}'s "Who Knew", Kevin Rudolf's "Let it Rock" and Music/FloRida's "Club Can't Handle Me", among others. In fact, there are so many of these that Kidz Bop has [[AgeInappropriateDress/KidzBop [[AgeInappropriateArt/KidzBop its own page]].
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18th Apr '17 7:56:56 AM PeaceAndLove
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* ''Music/KidzBop'' is a much-reviled album series of hit songs being sung by children. The songs chosen apparently weren't screened carefully beforehand, as they include Music/GreenDay's "Boulevard of Broken Dreams", {{Music/Pink}}'s "Who Knew", Kevin Rudolf's "Let it Rock" and Music/FloRida's "Club Can't Handle Me", among others.

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* ''Music/KidzBop'' is a much-reviled album series of hit songs being sung by children. The songs chosen apparently weren't screened carefully beforehand, as they include Music/GreenDay's "Boulevard of Broken Dreams", {{Music/Pink}}'s "Who Knew", Kevin Rudolf's "Let it Rock" and Music/FloRida's "Club Can't Handle Me", among others. In fact, there are so many of these that Kidz Bop has [[AgeInappropriateDress/KidzBop its own page]].
2nd Feb '17 10:45:22 PM thecarolinabull01
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* ''WesternAnimation/HeyArnold'': The episode "Helga's Parrot" has Helga write a poem about Arnold that is very, very dirty. Especially the last stanza, which contains the most blatant sexual reference in the series. It also doesn't help that she ends up seeing Arnold naked, [[TheModestOrgasm falls over and softly moans in a manner similar to an orgasm]].

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* ''WesternAnimation/HeyArnold'': The episode "Helga's Parrot" has Helga write a poem about Arnold that is very, very dirty. Especially the last stanza, which contains the most blatant sexual reference in the series. series, and she's only nine years old! It also doesn't help that in the same episode she ends up seeing accidentally sees Arnold naked, [[TheModestOrgasm falls over and softly moans in a manner similar to an orgasm]].
25th Jan '17 7:24:49 PM nombretomado
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* In ''Film/JerseyGirl'', the main character and his daughter have to do a scene from a musical at a school pageant. Everyone, ''everyone'' else does "Memory" from ''{{Cats}}''. The scene they do? "God That's Good", the ''human meat-pie making song'' from ''Theatre/SweeneyToddTheDemonBarberOfFleetStreet''. The crowd's reaction is at least half the joke.

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* In ''Film/JerseyGirl'', the main character and his daughter have to do a scene from a musical at a school pageant. Everyone, ''everyone'' else does "Memory" from ''{{Cats}}''.''Theatre/{{Cats}}''. The scene they do? "God That's Good", the ''human meat-pie making song'' from ''Theatre/SweeneyToddTheDemonBarberOfFleetStreet''. The crowd's reaction is at least half the joke.
17th Jan '17 11:10:16 PM thecarolinabull01
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* ''WesternAnimation/HeyArnold'': The episode "Helga's Parrot" has Helga write a poem about Arnold that is very, very dirty. Especially the last stanza. It also doesn't help that she ends up seeing Arnold naked, [[TheModestOrgasm falls over and softly moans in a manner similar to an orgasm]].

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* ''WesternAnimation/HeyArnold'': The episode "Helga's Parrot" has Helga write a poem about Arnold that is very, very dirty. Especially the last stanza.stanza, which contains the most blatant sexual reference in the series. It also doesn't help that she ends up seeing Arnold naked, [[TheModestOrgasm falls over and softly moans in a manner similar to an orgasm]].
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