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16th Aug '17 8:22:25 PM Pichu-kun
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** Ironic in that the first Shipudden movie have [[LargeHam Guy]] almost call an alcoholic candy he gives to Lee by its actual name, with no attempt at censorship (it is a DVD release after all).
** Even before all that, the original ''Naruto'' pilot had Naruto being taken to a bar, and was toasting with what looked like beer, but a note on the side specifically said it was ''root'' beer.

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** Ironic in that the first Shipudden ''Shipudden'' movie have [[LargeHam Guy]] almost call an alcoholic candy he gives to Lee by its actual name, with no attempt at censorship (it is a DVD release after all).
** Even before all that, the original ''Naruto'' pilot had Naruto being taken to a bar, and was toasting with what looked like beer, but a note on the side specifically said it was ''root'' beer. Naruto being twelve might have something to do with this though. ''Manga/{{Boruto}}'' had no issue with the now-adult Naruto drinking.



** During Elsa's coronation in ''Disney/{{Frozen}}'', several background characters (and Hans) are shown holding alcoholic beverages. Hans also mentions [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mulled_wine glog]] being served.

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** During Elsa's coronation in ''Disney/{{Frozen}}'', several background characters (and Hans) are shown holding alcoholic beverages. Hans also mentions [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mulled_wine glog]] being served. It's also mentioned in the book ''A Frozen Heart'' that Hans' mother is fond of wine.
11th Aug '17 7:24:27 PM Midna
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* ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaBreathOfTheWild'' is another aversion. Some of the inns in the game have taverns inside, with certain patrons who have clearly been hitting the bottle a few times too many (complete with AlcoholHic). Like in ''Twilight Princess'', though, they won't serve Link because he's underage.
1st Aug '17 3:45:02 PM ImpudentInfidel
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** In "[[Recap/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagicS2E15TheSuperSpeedyCiderSqueezy6000 The Super Speedy Cider Squeezy 6000]]", the ponies are seen lined up to get, and drinking, frothy mugs of nonalcoholic cider. No, really. There's no physical way for it to go hard in the time shown. [[AWizardDidIt Unless magic was involved...]] It should be noted that this still got this episode banned in the UK. Bonus points for it being sold by the pony named [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Applejack_(beverage) Applejack]].

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** In "[[Recap/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagicS2E15TheSuperSpeedyCiderSqueezy6000 The Super Speedy Cider Squeezy 6000]]", the ponies are seen lined up to get, and drinking, frothy mugs of nonalcoholic cider.cider (non-pasteurized cider does froth, but not to that degree). No, really. There's no physical way for it to go hard in the time shown. [[AWizardDidIt Unless magic was involved...]] It should be noted that this still got this episode banned in the UK. Bonus points for it being sold by the pony named [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Applejack_(beverage) Applejack]].
26th Jul '17 3:35:12 AM Creek719
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** During Elsa's coronation in ''Disney/{{Frozen}}'', several background characters (and Hans) are shown holding alcoholic beverages.

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** During Elsa's coronation in ''Disney/{{Frozen}}'', several background characters (and Hans) are shown holding alcoholic beverages. Hans also mentions [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mulled_wine glog]] being served.
8th Jul '17 10:47:24 PM VanHohenheimOfXerxes
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* ''WesternAnimation/AvatarTheLastAirbender'' has several instances of implied alcohol consumption which probably wouldn't have flown in a lot of other shows. For example, Zuko's ship crew drinks something out of tankard-looking cups. And there's at least two bars in the series, one of which shows up twice and features June drinking something that probably isn't tea. Toph's mother and Earthbending master are briefly seen drinking what appears to be an Asian hard liquor called bai jiu. The "cactus juice" from the episode "The Desert" might also count, but that seems to be the Avaverse's version of ''peyote,'' which makes it even worse since peyote is an illegal hallucinogen.

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* ''WesternAnimation/AvatarTheLastAirbender'' has several instances of implied alcohol consumption which probably wouldn't have flown in a lot of other shows. For example, Zuko's ship crew drinks something out of tankard-looking cups. And there's at least two bars in the series, one of which shows up twice and features June drinking something that probably isn't tea. Toph's mother and Earthbending master are briefly seen drinking what appears to be an East Asian hard liquor called bai jiu. baijiu. The "cactus juice" from the episode "The Desert" might also count, but that seems to be the Avaverse's TheVerse's version of ''peyote,'' peyote, which makes it even worse since peyote is an illegal hallucinogen.
25th Jun '17 3:33:06 PM Miracle@StOlaf
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* Welch's markets red and white varietals of sparkling grape juice, for those who wish to do a non-alcoholic but otherwise authentic toasting ceremony. It even comes in a traditional glass champagne-style bottle.
20th Jun '17 7:47:20 PM spiritsunami
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* In an episode of ''Series/{{House}}'', the title character notices that one of the actors on his favorite soap opera seems to be legitimately ill, and this trope turns out to be crucial to the diagnosis (see "Real Life", below). [[spoiler:The actor's character arc had him becoming an alcoholic, frequently seen with a gin and tonic--at which point the actor would be drinking pure tonic water. House eventually diagnosed him with a quinine allergy.]]
12th Jun '17 5:25:31 PM Cavery210
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** In an early episode of the Ocean dub for ''Anime/DragonBallZ'' Master Roshi's beer is edited into a [[TropeNamer frothy mug of water.]]

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** In an early episode of the Ocean Saban dub for ''Anime/DragonBallZ'' Master Roshi's beer is edited into a [[TropeNamer frothy mug of water.]]



** At one point, Mr. Satan (Hercule) is wandering in the desert till he finds a bar with a sign showing a mug of beer and the word Beer. In the dub, the word "Root" has been badly drawn above the word Beer, and shifts around in different frames.
** Despite the removal of most of the appearances of beer in the show, one beer was kept in the first dub. When Goku goes to find something to drink, he finds a beer, but dismisses it in favour of a Sports Drink. Of course, the dubbers played the scene up for its PublicServiceAnnouncement value. This is retained in Dragonball (Z) Kai's dub, but it's been edited to what appears to be milk. This only applies to the Nicktoons Network and [=CW4Kids=] version of the show.
** [[BigBad Frieza]] and King Cold's [[GlassOfChianti glasses of wine]] were once [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7wCbiq5reWs&safety_mode=true&persist_safety_mode=1&safe=active changed into water/miscellaneous blue alien liquid]] for the Toonzai dub.

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** At one point, Mr. Satan (Hercule) is wandering in the desert till he finds a bar with a sign showing a mug of beer and the word Beer. In the dub, edited dub aired on Cartoon Network, the word "Root" has been badly drawn above the word Beer, and shifts around in different frames.
** Despite the removal of most of the appearances of beer in the show, one beer was kept in the first Saban dub. When Goku goes to find something to drink, he finds a beer, but dismisses it in favour favor of a Sports Drink. Of course, the dubbers played the scene up for its PublicServiceAnnouncement value. This is retained in Dragonball (Z) Kai's dub, but it's been edited to what appears to be milk. This only applies to the Nicktoons Network and [=CW4Kids=] version of the show.
show, the DVDs and the Toonami versions are uncut.
** [[BigBad Frieza]] and King Cold's [[GlassOfChianti glasses of wine]] were once [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7wCbiq5reWs&safety_mode=true&persist_safety_mode=1&safe=active changed into water/miscellaneous blue alien liquid]] for the Toonzai dub.cut.



** The original ''Manga/DragonBall'' has an interesting version. Master Roshi uses DrunkenBoxing on Goku in one fight, and the dub changes it to "Mad Cow Style", complete with cow clipart hovering in the background and mooing sound effects.

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** The original ''Manga/DragonBall'' has an interesting version. Master Roshi uses DrunkenBoxing on Goku in one fight, and the censored dub changes it to "Mad Cow Style", complete with cow clipart hovering in the background and mooing sound effects.



* ''Anime/TenchiMuyo'' also frequently had sake turned into tea. Of which Ryoko drank. And on which Ryoko got drunk. Yep. Some people just can't hold their tea. Amusingly, different voice actors read the edits: their voices would completely change, mention tea, and then change back.

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* ''Anime/TenchiMuyo'' also frequently had sake turned into tea.tea in the edited version for Cartoon Network. Of which Ryoko drank. And on which Ryoko got drunk. Yep. Some people just can't hold their tea. Amusingly, different voice actors read the edits: their voices would completely change, mention tea, and then change back.



* In the 4Kids dub of ''Manga/OnePiece'', Sanji is seen with a ''lollipop'' instead of a cigarette. This has cropped up elsewhere. The broadcast version of the Funimation dub just removes it entirely (which is a lot easier when it's one of the only edits).

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* In the 4Kids dub of ''Manga/OnePiece'', Sanji is seen with a ''lollipop'' instead of a cigarette. This has cropped up elsewhere. The broadcast version of the Funimation FUNimation dub just removes it entirely (which is a lot easier when it's one of the only edits).



** During Usopp's fight with Chu, he throws a bottle of sake at him and then shatters it with his slingshot. A short time later, he fires a Flame Star at Chu, which ignites the alcohol on him, forcing him to run to a rice paddy. In the 4kids dub, he throws oil at him, and proceeds to set it on fire.
** But the crowner in the series is the [[InspectorJavert Commodore]]. Commodore Smoker... or rather, "Chaser" in the dub. He has the power to become or exude smoke, and is conveniently not effected by his chain-smoking habit. The [[SmokingIsCool incredibly ''bad-ass'']] [[DualWielding two cigars]] he constantly smokes have been digitally erased, but bizarrely, the smoke and his incessantly open mouth have been left intact. This occurs in both the 4Kids and Funimation versions, though it can still be explained by his power. [[note]]He went from being "White Chase" Smoker to "White Smoke" Chaser, which at least makes more sense in English.[[/note]]
** The funny part is, the uncut version of the Funimation dub takes some references to alcohol further than even ''the original Japanese!''

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** During Usopp's fight with Chu, Choo, he throws a bottle of sake at him and then shatters it with his slingshot. A short time later, he fires a Flame Star at Chu, Coo, which ignites the alcohol on him, forcing him to run to a rice paddy. In the 4kids dub, he throws oil at him, and proceeds to set it on fire.
** But the crowner in the series is the [[InspectorJavert Commodore]]. Commodore Commander Smoker... or rather, "Chaser" in the dub. He has the power to become or exude smoke, and is conveniently not effected by his chain-smoking habit. The [[SmokingIsCool incredibly ''bad-ass'']] [[DualWielding two cigars]] he constantly smokes have been digitally erased, but bizarrely, the smoke and his incessantly open mouth have been left intact. This occurs in both the 4Kids and Funimation the cenesored FUNimation versions, though it can still be explained by his power. [[note]]He went from being "White Chase" Smoker to "White Smoke" Chaser, which at least makes more sense in English.[[/note]]
** The funny part is, the uncut version of the Funimation FUNimation dub takes some references to alcohol further than even ''the original Japanese!''



** The English dub had a scene with a group of journalists being offered some salami at a political party to keep them there until Sonic shows up. In the original, it was a bottle of wine. Exactly what audiences who don't know that make of the inevitable gag when Sonic finally does show up and all the journalists are too drunk for the photo-op is a mystery.

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** The English 4Kids dub had a scene with a group of journalists being offered some salami at a political party to keep them there until Sonic shows up. In the original, it was a bottle of wine. Exactly what audiences who don't know that make of the inevitable gag when Sonic finally does show up and all the journalists are too drunk for the photo-op is a mystery.



* The 4kids dub of ''Anime/OjamajoDoremi'' changed sake into "Sleeping Potion."

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* The 4kids 4Kids dub of ''Anime/OjamajoDoremi'' changed sake into "Sleeping Potion."
11th Jun '17 11:58:14 AM nombretomado
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** ''Disney/{{Fantasia}}'' uses [[LudwigVanBeethoven Beethoven's]] Pastoral Symphony as backing to a weird pastiche of Myth/ClassicalMythology, including grape harvest and winemaking. Dionysus, complete with grapes on his head spends most of the segment quite drunk. At least they skipped the traditional orgy.

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** ''Disney/{{Fantasia}}'' uses [[LudwigVanBeethoven [[Music/LudwigVanBeethoven Beethoven's]] Pastoral Symphony as backing to a weird pastiche of Myth/ClassicalMythology, including grape harvest and winemaking. Dionysus, complete with grapes on his head spends most of the segment quite drunk. At least they skipped the traditional orgy.
4th Jun '17 5:07:03 AM Shaid
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** Likewise, [[TheDomReviews The Dom]] in his Lost In Adaptation review of ''Literature/Dune'', is driven to chug a large bottle of booze due to one scene. The bloopers in the credits reveals the truth from a ''very sick'' The Dom.

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** Likewise, [[TheDomReviews The Dom]] in his Lost In Adaptation review of ''Literature/Dune'', ''{{Literature/Dune}}'', is driven to chug a large bottle of booze due to one scene. The bloopers in the credits reveals the truth from a ''very sick'' The Dom.
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