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20th Feb '17 5:54:31 PM eroock
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20th Feb '17 5:54:16 PM eroock
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18th Jan '17 12:16:26 PM WillyFourEyes
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* ''VideoGame/AtelierIrisEternal Mana'' [[PlayedForLaughs has a little fun with this]]: In one dialogue exchange, Norn is afraid of monsters, so she asks the hero, Klein, to sleep with her. She thinks what she's saying is [[InnocentInnuendo totally innocuous]], but a flustered Klein responds by BreakingTheFourthWall and saying: "[[ThinkOfTheCensors I can't! The ESRB would go nuts!]]"

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* ''VideoGame/AtelierIrisEternal Mana'' ''VideoGame/AtelierIrisEternalMana'' [[PlayedForLaughs has a little fun with this]]: In one dialogue exchange, Norn is afraid of monsters, so she asks the hero, Klein, to sleep with her. She thinks what she's saying is [[InnocentInnuendo totally innocuous]], but a flustered Klein responds by BreakingTheFourthWall and saying: "[[ThinkOfTheCensors I can't! The ESRB would go nuts!]]"
18th Jan '17 12:15:28 PM WillyFourEyes
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* ''AtelierIris ~Eternal Mana~'' [[PlayingWithATrope has a little fun with this]]: In one dialogue exchange, [[VerbalTic Verbally Ticked]] CatGirl Norn is afraid of monsters, so she asks the hero, Klein, to sleep with her. She thinks what she's saying is [[InnocentInnuendo totally innocuous]], but a flustered Klein responds by saying: "[[NoFourthWall I can't! The ESRB would go nuts!]]"

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* ''AtelierIris ~Eternal Mana~'' [[PlayingWithATrope ''VideoGame/AtelierIrisEternal Mana'' [[PlayedForLaughs has a little fun with this]]: In one dialogue exchange, [[VerbalTic Verbally Ticked]] CatGirl Norn is afraid of monsters, so she asks the hero, Klein, to sleep with her. She thinks what she's saying is [[InnocentInnuendo totally innocuous]], but a flustered Klein responds by BreakingTheFourthWall and saying: "[[NoFourthWall "[[ThinkOfTheCensors I can't! The ESRB would go nuts!]]"
29th Dec '16 8:27:01 AM DustSnitch
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Western Animation has [[MediaWatchdog.WesternAnimation its own page]].

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* MediaWatchdog.WesternAnimation: Western Animation has [[MediaWatchdog.WesternAnimation its own page]].Animation's individual page about this trope.
29th Dec '16 8:25:42 AM DustSnitch
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Western Animation has[[MediaWatchdog.WesternAnimation its own page]].

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Western Animation has[[MediaWatchdog.has [[MediaWatchdog.WesternAnimation its own page]].
29th Dec '16 8:25:32 AM DustSnitch
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Western Animation has [[index]][[MediaWatchdog.WesternAnimation its own page]][[/index]].

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Western Animation has [[index]][[MediaWatchdog.has[[MediaWatchdog.WesternAnimation its own page]][[/index]].
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29th Dec '16 8:24:40 AM DustSnitch
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Western Animation has [[MediaWatchdog.WesternAnimation its own page]].

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Western Animation has [[MediaWatchdog.[[index]][[MediaWatchdog.WesternAnimation its own page]].
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26th Dec '16 11:11:30 PM FurryKef
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* In Belgium, having a Media Watchdog (as well as a CensorshipBureau) is explicitly forbidden as is stated under article 25 of the Belgian constitution (translated): "The printing press is free; Censorship can never be introduced; no security bond can be demanded from writers, publishers or printers. If the writer is known and it lives in Belgium the publisher or printer can not be persecuted." This rule however has only lead to more swearing and political subject matter on Belgian television than in other countries. Sex, violence, racism and religion in itself have rarely been shown on Belgian television and are much more represented in other countries. One could say that legalizing sex and violence on TV removes all the fun of attempting to shoehorn it in. It is however still interesting to know as a MoralGuardian that in Belgium you would be considered a stimulator of criminal activity.

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* In Belgium, having a Media Watchdog (as well as a CensorshipBureau) is explicitly forbidden as is stated under article 25 of the Belgian constitution (translated): "The printing press is free; Censorship can never be introduced; no security bond can be demanded from writers, publishers or printers. If the writer is known and it lives in Belgium the publisher or printer can not be persecuted." This rule however has only lead led to more swearing and political subject matter on Belgian television than in other countries. Sex, violence, racism and religion in itself have rarely been shown on Belgian television and are much more represented in other countries. One could say that legalizing sex and violence on TV removes all the fun of attempting to shoehorn it in. It is however still interesting to know as a MoralGuardian that in Belgium you would be considered a stimulator of criminal activity.
29th Oct '16 3:48:15 PM Tightwire
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Likewise, there's dissonance even in the Anglosphere - the UK and Canada are fairly relaxed when it comes to bad language, ie occasional swearing is increasingly overlooked on pre-teen shows, but the US can be very strict in how a single cuss affects any rating.

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Likewise, there's dissonance even in the Anglosphere - the UK and Canada are fairly relaxed when it comes to bad language, ie occasional swearing is increasingly overlooked on pre-teen shows, but the US can be very strict in how a single cuss affects any rating.
the rating of an entire series.
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