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17th Sep '16 9:09:25 AM Willbyr
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9th Sep '16 12:09:01 PM DaibhidC
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* The early eighties British VHS release of the ''Series/StarTrekTheOriginalSeries'' episodes the BBC declined to show on the grounds that they "dealt most unpleasantly with the already unpleasant subjects of madness, torture, sadism and disease" ("Whom Gods Destroy", "Plato's Stepchildren" and "The Empath") had NEVER SHOWN ON UK TV stickers and, in the case of "Whom Gods Destroy", a [[ContemptibleCover rather misleading cover image]] of GreenSkinnedSpaceBabe Marta.

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* The early eighties British VHS release of the ''Series/StarTrekTheOriginalSeries'' episodes the BBC Creator/TheBBC declined to show on the grounds that they "dealt most unpleasantly with the already unpleasant subjects of madness, torture, sadism and disease" ("Whom Gods Destroy", "Plato's Stepchildren" and "The Empath") had NEVER SHOWN ON UK TV stickers and, in the case of "Whom Gods Destroy", a [[ContemptibleCover rather misleading cover image]] of GreenSkinnedSpaceBabe Marta.
9th Sep '16 12:07:48 PM DaibhidC
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** Actually somewhat predates the rise of streaming and premium cable as the early-2000s series ''Series/LasVegas'' also released racier versions of its episodes to DVD, though by today's standards those episodes could probably air as-is even on network TV. At the time, though, the DVDs were promoted as being too hot for TV.

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** Actually somewhat predates the rise of streaming and premium cable as the early-2000s series ''Series/LasVegas'' also released racier versions of its episodes to DVD, though by today's standards those episodes could probably air as-is even on network TV. At the time, though, the DVDs [=DVDs=] were promoted as being too hot for TV.TV.
* The early eighties British VHS release of the ''Series/StarTrekTheOriginalSeries'' episodes the BBC declined to show on the grounds that they "dealt most unpleasantly with the already unpleasant subjects of madness, torture, sadism and disease" ("Whom Gods Destroy", "Plato's Stepchildren" and "The Empath") had NEVER SHOWN ON UK TV stickers and, in the case of "Whom Gods Destroy", a [[ContemptibleCover rather misleading cover image]] of GreenSkinnedSpaceBabe Marta.
21st Jul '16 5:38:09 PM skidoo23
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* With the rise in popularity of made-for-cable and made-for-streaming TV series that allow for explicit sex, language and violence of a type still (for now...) forbidden on mainstream commercial and non-premium cable networks, it is becoming more common for DVD and Blu-ray series releases to feature different edits of episodes to ramp up adult content.
** ''Series/{{Aquarius}}'' does not just add in sex scenes and nudity to its DVD release, but entire alternate versions of scenes featuring cable-friendly language. This fact is used in the promotions for the releases.
** The US network Syfy often airs family-friendlier versions of original series such as ''Series/{{Bitten}}'' and ''Series/TheMagicians''. For sex scenes and other racy content, you need to either view the shows outside the US or buy the "unedited" DVD releases later. Although "Too Hot for TV" isn't invoked directly, the 2016 DVD release of ''The Magicians'', for example, does promote the fact the episodes are uncensored.
** Actually somewhat predates the rise of streaming and premium cable as the early-2000s series ''Series/LasVegas'' also released racier versions of its episodes to DVD, though by today's standards those episodes could probably air as-is even on network TV. At the time, though, the DVDs were promoted as being too hot for TV.
2nd Jul '16 6:43:00 PM lavendermintrose
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* Referenced in ''Anime/{{K}}'', in the [[OnTheNext episode preview dialogues]], when Neko says she'll make ''everyone'' go naked in the DVD, so that it won't look weird [[InnocentFanserviceGirl when she doesn't want to wear clothes]].
13th May '16 11:48:15 AM Assassin-sensei
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* ''LightNovel/{{Haganai}}'''s second season is a unique example which not only was too hot for TV but international DVD release; a shot of a girl who looks like Kobato in a graphic eroge scene was censored on all DVD/Blu-Ray and streaming releases outside of Japan, and on Japanese TV.
5th May '16 6:51:33 PM MsChibi
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A SubTrope of DeletedScene. Compare UnratedEdition, ThinkOfTheCensors, ExplicitContent. Occasionally used as a form of TurdPolish.

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A SubTrope of DeletedScene. Compare UnratedEdition, ThinkOfTheCensors, ExplicitContent. Occasionally used as a form of TurdPolish.
[[PolishTheTurd turd polish]].
5th May '16 6:51:04 PM MsChibi
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A SubTrope of DeletedScene. Compare UnratedEdition, ThinkOfTheCensors, ExplicitContent.

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A SubTrope of DeletedScene. Compare UnratedEdition, ThinkOfTheCensors, ExplicitContent.
ExplicitContent. Occasionally used as a form of TurdPolish.
5th May '16 6:50:23 PM MsChibi
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* Used in the ads for ''Girls Gone Wild''.


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[[folder: Music Videos]]
* In the MusicVideo for Creator/ChrisRock's "No Sex in the Champagne Room," some of the strippers are censored with a "sticker" that says this.
* Music/LilKim uses this in her MusicVideo for [[IntercourseWithYou "How Many Licks"]] when a guy in prison is fantasizing about her having sex with him.
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30th Apr '16 8:40:17 AM MiinU
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* The broadcast version of ''Manga/MakenKi'' was so borderline, that many of its scenes made liberal use of [[LenseFlareCensor Lense Flare]] and CensorSteam to make it suitable for television. While other scenes were edited to include [[SceneryCensor conveniently placed foreground objects]] to cover the girls' naughty bits. The Blu-Ray/DVD release is uncensored and includes a set of mini-specials that're exclusive to the boxset.

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* The broadcast version of ''Manga/MakenKi'' was so borderline, that many of its scenes made liberal use of [[LenseFlareCensor Lense [[LensFlareCensor Lens Flare]] and CensorSteam to make it suitable for television. While other scenes were edited to include [[SceneryCensor conveniently placed foreground objects]] to cover the girls' naughty bits. The Blu-Ray/DVD release is uncensored and includes a set of mini-specials that're [[ExplicitContent exclusive to the boxset.]]
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