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18th Mar '17 8:33:01 AM ngh93
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-->'''[[Creator/PixarRegulars Bob Peterson]] (co-writer):''' I believe it's Andrew Stanton, director of ''Finding Nemo''! ''[Please note that it had already been mentioned that Stanton also voiced Crush the turtle]'' Were you going to let anyone else do voices in this film?

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-->'''[[Creator/PixarRegulars Bob Peterson]] (co-writer):''' I believe it's Andrew Stanton, director of ''Finding Nemo''! ''[Please note that it [[note]]It had already been mentioned that Stanton also voiced Crush the turtle]'' turtle[[/note]] Were you going to let anyone else do voices in this film?
16th Mar '17 9:57:14 PM sgamer82
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* Nic Silver's spinoff show, ''Podcast/{{TANIS}}'', also bleeps out any overly personal information that might come up such as addresses or phone numbers. ''TANIS'' also has a particular instance, in the first season's third episode. The episode makes reference to the real life story of Elisa Lam, who drowned in a hotel's water tower under mysterious circumstances. There was some outcry from listeners regarding this episode, feeling it was TooSoon. The episode was removed and re-eleased with every occurrence of Elisa Lam's name bleeped out. However, certain details are left in, such as mention of a historical figure named Siela which is noted as an anagram of "BLEEP" and mention of an alien creature named Lam which is not bleeped.

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* Nic Silver's spinoff show, ''Podcast/{{TANIS}}'', also bleeps out any overly personal information that might come up such as addresses or phone numbers. ''TANIS'' also has a particular instance, instance in the first season's third episode. The episode makes reference to the real life story of Elisa Lam, who drowned in a hotel's water tower under mysterious circumstances. There was some outcry from listeners regarding this episode, feeling it was TooSoon. The episode was removed and re-eleased with every occurrence of Elisa Lam's name bleeped out. However, certain details are left in, such as mention of a historical figure named Siela which is noted as an anagram of "BLEEP" and mention of an alien creature named Lam which is not bleeped.
16th Mar '17 9:56:17 PM sgamer82
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* Because ''Podcast/TheBlackTapes'' is presented as a journalistic docudrama, host Alex Regan and producer Nic Silver often go to extensive lengths to protect the privacy of anyone who requests it. One common form of this occurs when people leave messages left for them. They will occasionally play the message on the show, but bleep out any personal information such as addresses or phone numbers given in the process.
* Nic Silver's spinoff show, ''Podcast/{{TANIS}}'', also bleeps out any overly personal information that might come up such as addresses or phone numbers. ''TANIS'' also has a particular instance, in the first season's third episode. The episode makes reference to the real life story of Elisa Lam, who drowned in a hotel's water tower under mysterious circumstances. There was some outcry from listeners regarding this episode, feeling it was TooSoon. The episode was removed and re-eleased with every occurrence of Elisa Lam's name bleeped out. However, certain details are left in, such as mention of a historical figure named Siela which is noted as an anagram of "BLEEP" and mention of an alien creature named Lam which is not bleeped.
* In episode two of ''Podcast/{{RABBITS}}'', Carly Parker contacts a professional escort trying to get a lead to a particular John. The escort she speaks to says that he gave her a poor review after she refused to give him a "Welshman's Tiara". Carly asks what that is, but the answer is bleeped out.
16th Mar '17 7:19:22 PM nombretomado
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* Played with in ''NarutoTheAbridgedSeries'' ("Son of a f[Bleep] ca[Bleep] sh[Bleep][Bleep][Bleeeep] baloney!")

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* Played with in ''NarutoTheAbridgedSeries'' ''WebVideo/NarutoTheAbridgedSeries'' ("Son of a f[Bleep] ca[Bleep] sh[Bleep][Bleep][Bleeeep] baloney!")
13th Mar '17 3:44:56 PM cake99999
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--> "Smile, you son of a-" ''(gunshot)''

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--> "Smile, "Fire, you son of a-" ''(gunshot)''
28th Feb '17 7:44:42 PM nombretomado
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* In ''LuckyStar'', the discussion between Konata and her dad about ''[[Franchise/{{Gundam}} Gund*ms]]'' is filled with these. Soujirou's monologue uses this even on non ''Gund*m'' words.
** Everytime something copyrighted comes up in LuckyStar, that isn't owned by the anime company, is bleeped out.

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* In ''LuckyStar'', the 'Anime/LuckyStar'':
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discussion between Konata and her dad about ''[[Franchise/{{Gundam}} Gund*ms]]'' is filled with these. Soujirou's monologue uses this even on non ''Gund*m'' words.
** Everytime something copyrighted comes up in LuckyStar, ''Lucky Star'', that isn't owned by the anime company, is bleeped out.
21st Feb '17 5:22:55 PM Prfnoff
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* In "Pretty Fly (For a White Guy)" by TheOffspring, "They're gonna kick his lilly a__" is usually censored with either a bleep or a drum hit.
* Big & Rich's "Rollin' (The Ballad of Big & Rich)" has "I'm a crazy son of a [bad word] / But I know I'm gonna make it [[StealthPun big and rich]]." Another voice literally says "bad word" over the offending word, and the lyric sheet in the CD even says that.

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* In "Pretty Fly (For a White Guy)" by TheOffspring, Music/TheOffspring, "They're gonna kick his lilly a__" is usually censored with either a bleep or a drum hit.
* Big & Rich's Music/BigAndRich's "Rollin' (The Ballad of Big & Rich)" has "I'm a crazy son of a [bad word] / But I know I'm gonna make it [[StealthPun [[SingerNameDrop big and rich]]." Another voice literally says "bad word" over the offending word, and the lyric sheet in the CD even says that.



* Manic Street Preachers' Stay Beautiful, has the line 'fuck off' replaced by a guitar squeal, so that the song could be released as a single. This turned out to be a good idea as it led to a tradition of the crowd yell the 'censored' words when the song is played at concerts.

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* Manic Street Preachers' Stay Beautiful, Music/ManicStreetPreachers' "Stay Beautiful," has the line 'fuck off' replaced by a guitar squeal, so that the song could be released as a single. This turned out to be a good idea as it led to a tradition of the crowd yell the 'censored' words when the song is played at concerts.
21st Feb '17 10:58:06 AM Unicorndance
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* The clean version of Music/QueensOfTheStoneAge's third album Songs for the Deaf put loud censor-beeps (akin to those commonly heard on TV)over all instances of "fuck" and one instance of "kill". [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M0sRz2-WKfI Here's an example]]

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* The clean version of Music/QueensOfTheStoneAge's third album Songs for the Deaf put loud censor-beeps (akin to those commonly heard on TV)over all instances of "fuck" [[NeverSayDie and one instance of "kill". "kill".]] [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M0sRz2-WKfI Here's an example]]
20th Feb '17 10:03:32 PM Unicorndance
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* A children's songwriter named Judy Pancoast did a song about "Seven Words that Make Kids Laugh". None of the words were profanities (just cheeky words like 'potty'), but they were treated like profanities (stated that if she put them in the songs, the radio wouldn't play them etc). And there was a SubvertedRhymeEveryOccasion that ended with one of these. (e.g. "I think that you can figure out what some of them might be. I'll have to tell you later 'cause now I have to [BOING!]")
* On a YouTube parody of ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'''s song "Stop the Bats", Fluttershy's line "And if I did not defend them, then I would be remiss!" was replaced with "None of you thought to remind me, now she thinks I'm a (squee)!"
17th Feb '17 2:37:58 AM WillBGood
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* ''Beadle's About'' was a popular hidden camera prank show on British TV during the 1990s. Any swearing on the show would be replaced with bleeping, and the offender's mouth covered with a cartoon SpeechBubble reading "Bleep" or "Oops." Its presenter Jeremy Beadle admitted that this was done [[ManipulativeEditing even when someone ''wasn't'' swearing]], just to make it funnier for the viewer.

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* ''Beadle's About'' was a popular hidden camera prank show on British TV during the 1990s. Any swearing on the show would be replaced with bleeping, and the offender's mouth covered with a cartoon SpeechBubble reading "Bleep" or "Oops." Its presenter Jeremy Beadle admitted that this was done [[ManipulativeEditing even when someone ''wasn't'' wasn't swearing]], just to make it funnier for the viewer.
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