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9th Jun '18 3:42:07 PM MyFinalEdits
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** The Priscilla Network says "Priscilla Network does not reflect the viewer's opinions, as they may be inappropriate for the network. Enjoy the program.".

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** * The Priscilla Network says "Priscilla Network does not reflect the viewer's opinions, as they may be inappropriate for the network. Enjoy the program.".



** "A partir de este momento / Aquí finaliza el horario de protección al menor. La permanencia de los niños frente al televisor queda la exclusiva / sola responsibilidad de los (señores) padres."[[note]]Very loosely: "The child protection block will now end at this time / here. Any children still watching the television remain the sole responsibility of their parents."[[/note]]

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** --> "A partir de este momento / Aquí finaliza el horario de protección al menor. La permanencia de los niños frente al televisor queda la exclusiva / sola responsibilidad de los (señores) padres."[[note]]Very loosely: "The child protection block will now end at this time / here. Any children still watching the television remain the sole responsibility of their parents."[[/note]]



** Nowadays, if their sister network Creator/DisneyJunior is running a movie or special that has scenes that could potentially scare or upset their target audience, they will precede it with one of these, insisting that younger viewers watch with their parents. Examples of programs that have done this include certain Franchise/DisneyAnimatedCanon or Creator/{{Pixar}} films, and ''WesternAnimation/ToyStoryOfTerror''.

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** Nowadays, if their sister network * If Creator/DisneyJunior is running a movie or special that has scenes that could potentially scare or upset their target audience, they will precede it with one of these, insisting that younger viewers watch with their parents. Examples of programs that have done this include certain Franchise/DisneyAnimatedCanon or Creator/{{Pixar}} films, and ''WesternAnimation/ToyStoryOfTerror''.
9th Jun '18 12:54:38 PM SebastianMart
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** The Priscilla Network says "Priscilla Network does not reflect the viewer's opinions, as they may be inappropriate for the network. Enjoy the program.".
9th Jun '18 8:37:34 AM DesertDragon
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* PARENTAL ADVISORY stickers were the controversial brainchild of Tipper Gore (hence the nickname, "Tipper Sticker") and her [[MoralGuardians Parents Music Resource Center]], spurred mostly by Tipper catching one of her daughters listening to a Music/{{Prince}} album that mentioned the word "masturbation". The 1985 [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d65BxvSNa2o Senate Labor and Commerce Committee hearings]] saw Music/FrankZappa, Dee Snyder of Music/TwistedSister and Music/JohnDenver testify about their responsibilities as musicians and the fact that the stickers, a seemingly innocuous choice-enabling tool, were a form of censorship. Starting in the 1990's, however, Parental Advisory stickers became a selling point for hardcore rap and rock artists, as well as R&B and pop singers proving how edgy they were. In many cases, the sticker would be comically oversized to drive home that yes, the artists is that risque.

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* PARENTAL ADVISORY stickers were the controversial brainchild of Tipper Gore (hence the nickname, "Tipper Sticker") and her [[MoralGuardians Parents Music Resource Center]], spurred mostly by Tipper catching one of her daughters listening to a Music/{{Prince}} album that mentioned the word "masturbation". The 1985 [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d65BxvSNa2o Senate Labor and Commerce Committee hearings]] saw Music/FrankZappa, Dee Snyder of Music/TwistedSister and Music/JohnDenver testify about their responsibilities as musicians and the fact that the stickers, a seemingly innocuous choice-enabling tool, were a form of censorship. Starting in But since ThereIsNoSuchThingAsBadPublicity, musicians deemed controversial saw their record sales skyrocket, and by the 1990's, however, 90's, Parental Advisory stickers became a selling point badge of honor for hardcore rap and rock artists, as well as R&B and pop singers artists proving how edgy hardcore they were. In many cases, the sticker would be comically oversized to drive home that yes, the artists artist is that risque.
9th Jun '18 8:33:39 AM DesertDragon
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* PARENTAL ADVISORY stickers were the controversial brainchild of Tipper Gore (hence the nickname, "Tipper Sticker") and her [[MoralGuardians Parents Music Resource Center]], spurred mostly by Tipper catching one of her daughters listening to a Music/{{Prince}} album that mentioned the word "masturbation". The 1985 [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d65BxvSNa2o Senate Labor and Commerce Committee hearings]] saw Music/FrankZappa, Dee Snyder of Music/TwistedSister and Music/JohnDenver testify about their responsibilities as musicians and the fact that the stickers, a seemingly innocuous choice-enabling tool, were a form of censorship. Starting in the 1990's, however, Parental Advisory stickers became a selling point for hardcore rappers/rock bands, as well as pop and R&B singers proving how edgy they were. In many cases, the sticker would be comically oversized to drive home that yes, the artists is that risque.

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* PARENTAL ADVISORY stickers were the controversial brainchild of Tipper Gore (hence the nickname, "Tipper Sticker") and her [[MoralGuardians Parents Music Resource Center]], spurred mostly by Tipper catching one of her daughters listening to a Music/{{Prince}} album that mentioned the word "masturbation". The 1985 [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d65BxvSNa2o Senate Labor and Commerce Committee hearings]] saw Music/FrankZappa, Dee Snyder of Music/TwistedSister and Music/JohnDenver testify about their responsibilities as musicians and the fact that the stickers, a seemingly innocuous choice-enabling tool, were a form of censorship. Starting in the 1990's, however, Parental Advisory stickers became a selling point for hardcore rappers/rock bands, rap and rock artists, as well as pop and R&B and pop singers proving how edgy they were. In many cases, the sticker would be comically oversized to drive home that yes, the artists is that risque.
6th Jun '18 8:32:57 PM costanton11
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* When ''WesternAnimation/TotalDramaIsland'' and ''WesternAnimation/{{Sixteen}}'' first started airing on Creator/CartoonNetwork they had a warning message before each episode that stated they were rated TV-PG (at the time, shows with that rating usually aired on Adult Swim). As TV-PG programming became the norm for CN, the warnings became utterly pointless, so they were dropped. Many episodes of ''Total Drama'' also had the following built-in warning or some variation, read by Chris: "This episode of Total Drama contains scenes of extreme stunts performed by animated teens. [[DontTryThisAtHome Do not try any of what you see here at home]]. Seriously, you could get really messed up."

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* When ''WesternAnimation/TotalDramaIsland'' ''WesternAnimation/TotalDrama'' and ''WesternAnimation/{{Sixteen}}'' first started airing on Creator/CartoonNetwork they had a warning message before each episode that stated they were rated TV-PG (at the time, shows with that rating usually aired on Adult Swim). As TV-PG programming became the norm for CN, the warnings became utterly pointless, so they were dropped. Many episodes of ''Total Drama'' also had the following built-in warning or some variation, read by Chris: "This episode of Total Drama contains scenes of extreme stunts performed by animated teens. [[DontTryThisAtHome Do not try any of what you see here at home]]. Seriously, you could get really messed up."
28th May '18 8:30:59 AM ZSF
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** Gaiman has another story collection called ''Trigger Warning''. He explains himself in the introduction:
-->Many of these stories end badly for at least one of the people in them. Consider yourself warned.
22nd May '18 1:12:24 PM twilicorn
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* ''WesternAnimation/{{Shrek}} the Third'' had a special MPAA content descriptor for "Swashbuckling Action".



* ''WesternAnimation/{{Shrek}} the Third'' had a special MPAA content descriptor for "Swashbuckling Action".
22nd May '18 1:09:58 PM twilicorn
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* ''WebAnimation/{{RWBY}}'': Under episode 7 of Volume 3, Rooster Teeth posted a warning to the PeripheryDemographic of little kids that [[CerebusSyndrome the show would get darker from here on out]]. And they weren't kidding: [[spoiler:a main character gets shot in the chest by an arrow and whimpers desperately before being burned to ash by the end of the Volume. A second is bisected just a few episodes prior.]]

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* ''WebAnimation/{{RWBY}}'': Under Rooster Teeth preceded episode 7 of Volume 3, Rooster Teeth posted 3 with a warning to the PeripheryDemographic of little kids kids, stating that [[CerebusSyndrome the show would get darker from here on out]]. And they weren't kidding: [[spoiler:a main character gets shot in the chest by an arrow and whimpers desperately before being burned to ash by the end of the Volume. A second is bisected just a few episodes prior.]]
21st May '18 11:08:25 AM Prfnoff
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** "Gobble, Gobble, Eeeeeeeeek!" interrupts the column for a "WARNING TO TASTEFUL READERS: You should NOT--I repeat, NOT--read the rest of this column if you are likely to be in any way offended by the term 'turkey rectums.'"
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