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30th Jul '17 2:55:34 PM AuraXtreme
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* The first day during the prologue of ''VideoGame/KingdomHeartsII'' has a ''word'' [[ImpossibleTheft stolen]]. Combined with the general attitude of [[FinalFantasyVIII Seifer Almasy]], we get this glorious gem:
-->'''Seifer:''' Not that we need some [[spoiler:photo]] to prove that you're losers.
21st Jul '17 10:00:51 AM ImperialMajestyXO
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* Not even ''WebVideo/UndertaleTheMusical'' is safe from this, as shown [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3DDAqJ3HOkM here]].



** In ''Film/TheBrood'', the birthing scene was similarly cut. David Cronenberg lamented at the cut, saying that he had a long and loving scene of Nola biting the infant free of the birthing sac and licking it clean, but the censors cut it just as she bit through the sac, leaving audiences with the impression that she was eating her baby.

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** In ''Film/TheBrood'', the birthing scene was similarly cut. David Cronenberg Creaor/DavidCronenberg lamented at the cut, saying that he had a long and loving scene of Nola biting the infant free of the birthing sac and licking it clean, but the censors cut it just as she bit through the sac, leaving audiences with the impression that she was eating her baby.
5th Jul '17 3:54:45 AM Ccook1956
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* The December 5, 1986 telecast of ''[[Series/{{Pyramid}} The $25,000 Pyramid]]'' has Dick Clark playfully pressuring celebrity player Vicki Lawrence to pick the category with the Mystery 7 as it offered a car to the contestant as a bonus prize. Vicki just glared at Clark and said "You're just really being a (''bleeped'') today, aren't you?" The audience howled with laughter and Clark was looking for a place to hide. Vicki eventually picked the category "Loosen Up," and we have a good idea of what word was bleeped as the audience went into sustained laughter when Clark read what the category was about: "Things that are stiff."
4th Jul '17 3:47:53 PM Ccook1956
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* ''To Say The Least'' was an NBC game show from 1978 where teams had to identify objects from statement clues in as few words as possible with each team member on stage (the guessers were sequestered off stage) removing one word at a time in turn until one team is challenged. One such statement was "The cracked ding dong in Philadelphia," with the correct answer being "The Liberty Bell." The words "cracked," "dong" and "Philadelphia" were left on the board as the audience's laughter was slowly building. Host Tom Kennedy then cracked, "If [celebrity guest Jamie Farr] takes out 'Philadelphia.' I'm leaving!"

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* ''To Say The Least'' was an NBC game show from 1978 where teams had to identify objects from statement clues in as few words as possible with each team member on stage (the guessers were sequestered off stage) removing one word at a time in turn until one team is challenged. One such statement was "The cracked ding dong in Philadelphia," with the correct answer being "The Liberty Bell." The words "cracked," "dong" and "Philadelphia" were left on the board as the audience's laughter was slowly building. Host Tom Kennedy then cracked, "If [celebrity guest Jamie Farr] takes out 'Philadelphia.' 'Philadelphia,' I'm leaving!"
4th Jul '17 3:46:36 PM Ccook1956
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* ''To Say The Least'' was an NBC game show from 1978 where teams had to identify objects from statement clues in as few words as possible with each team member on stage (the guessers were sequestered off stage) removing one word at a time in turn until one team is challenged. One such statement was "The cracked ding dong in Philadelphia," with the correct answer being "The Liberty Bell." The words "cracked," "dong" and "Philadelphia" were left on the board as the audience's laughter was slowly building. Host Tom Kennedy then cracked, "If [celebrity guest Jamie Farr] takes out 'Philadelphia.' I'm leaving!"
27th Jun '17 4:14:44 PM nombretomado
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*** If TheOtherWiki is to be believed, the edits occurred on the UK version due to the song's release at the start of the Iraq war (the one that started in 2003). Which explains it, even if it's still borderline silly. Incidentally (and even more ridiculously) the BBC banned Lulu's "Boom Bang-a-Bang" during the original Gulf War.

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*** If TheOtherWiki Wiki/TheOtherWiki is to be believed, the edits occurred on the UK version due to the song's release at the start of the Iraq war (the one that started in 2003). Which explains it, even if it's still borderline silly. Incidentally (and even more ridiculously) the BBC banned Lulu's "Boom Bang-a-Bang" during the original Gulf War.
19th Jun '17 12:38:57 PM Gosicrystal
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** Most schools have abandoned actual bells to signal the beginning and ends of periods and instead use a tone played automatically over the PA system at a certain time. If a PA announcement is being made while the tone is scheduled to play, this trope happens.
*** It's especially funny if it happens during the national anthem. "Oh, Canada! Our home and *** land!" (AccidentallyAccurate on some occasions, because some messed up s[[spoiler:tuff]] happens here, just like in any other c[[spoiler:ou]]ntry on the planet.)

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** Most schools have abandoned actual bells to signal the beginning and ends of periods and instead use a tone played automatically over the PA system at a certain time. If a PA announcement is being made while the tone is scheduled to play, this trope happens.
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happens. It's especially funny if it happens during the national anthem. "Oh, Canada! Our home and *** land!" (AccidentallyAccurate on some occasions, because some messed up s[[spoiler:tuff]] happens here, just like in any other c[[spoiler:ou]]ntry on the planet.)land!"
3rd Jun '17 11:31:38 AM nombretomado
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* On [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RmF70amuZ4g one episode]] of the American ''WhoseLineIsItAnyway'', during a game called "Title Sequence", Drew asked the audience for "Unlikely Roommates in a Sitcom". One audience member shouted "Bill Cosby and Hitler!", and the group all looked really excited to run with it... until the director walked over and told them they couldn't use Hitler. Carey and the crew, obviously pissed, ripped on the whole fiasco up until Ryan's fantastic verse during "Hoedown" -

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* On [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RmF70amuZ4g one episode]] of the American ''WhoseLineIsItAnyway'', ''Series/WhoseLineIsItAnyway'', during a game called "Title Sequence", Drew asked the audience for "Unlikely Roommates in a Sitcom". One audience member shouted "Bill Cosby and Hitler!", and the group all looked really excited to run with it... until the director walked over and told them they couldn't use Hitler. Carey and the crew, obviously pissed, ripped on the whole fiasco up until Ryan's fantastic verse during "Hoedown" -
31st May '17 6:01:15 PM nombretomado
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* A popular gag on YouTubePoop videos.

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* A popular gag on YouTubePoop WebAnimation/YouTubePoop videos.
19th Apr '17 10:46:01 PM Seth_Phoenix2000
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* The opening theme to Yu Yu Hakusho Abridged. For a time the series used an uncensored version of Tenacious D's Karate. After a while though, they started using a funnier censored version of the song
--> With karate I'll kick your ass!
--> Here to Tienanmen Square!
--> Oh yeah mother-NAUGHTY WORD-, I'm gonna kick your -Bad word- derriere, yeah yeah.
--> You broke the rules!
--> Now I'll pull out all of your pubic hair.
--> You mother-Another bad word-, you mother-You should be ashamed of yourself-.''
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