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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.]]
30th Apr '16 8:37:35 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.



* ''Seikon no Qwaser''. Unless you view web broadcasts a week later [[TakeAThirdOption or the Blu-rays]].

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* %%* ''Seikon no Qwaser''. Unless you view web broadcasts a week later [[TakeAThirdOption or the Blu-rays]].
7th Mar '16 7:43:17 PM Willbyr
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A SubTrope of DeletedScene.

Compare UnratedEdition, ThinkOfTheCensors, ExplicitContent.

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A SubTrope of DeletedScene.

DeletedScene. Compare UnratedEdition, ThinkOfTheCensors, ExplicitContent.ExplicitContent.



* ''Manga/OniiChanNoKotoNankaZenzenSukiJanainDakaraNe'': In the same situation as Manga/RosarioToVampire censors are completely arbitrary.

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* ''Manga/OniiChanNoKotoNankaZenzenSukiJanainDakaraNe'': In the same situation as Manga/RosarioToVampire ''Manga/RosarioToVampire'' censors are completely arbitrary.



* ''Seikon no Qwaser''. Unless you view web broadcasts a week later. [[TakeAThirdOption Or the Blu-rays]].
* The [=DVDs=] for ''Anime/StrikeWitches'' cranks the {{fanservice}} UpToEleven with some uncensoring. However, the BBFC gave the Season 1 DVD the incredibly lenient rating of 12, despite the censored version being TV-MA. Can you find the logic? [[spoiler:MoneyDearBoy]].

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* ''Seikon no Qwaser''. Unless you view web broadcasts a week later. later [[TakeAThirdOption Or or the Blu-rays]].
* The [=DVDs=] for ''Anime/StrikeWitches'' cranks the {{fanservice}} UpToEleven with some uncensoring. However, the BBFC gave the Season 1 DVD the incredibly lenient rating of 12, despite the censored version being TV-MA. Can you find the logic? [[spoiler:MoneyDearBoy]].
23rd Oct '15 3:01:56 PM rafi
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* Is the motive why Minerva Mink, an anthropomorphic sexy mink, has little screentime in ''WesternAnimation/{{Animaniacs}}''. Censors found her cartoons too hot and scrapped them, but kept the character.
7th Jun '15 6:42:16 PM Ramidel
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* The anime of ''Manga/DearS'' had Episode 9.5, which was not televised (it's a HotSpringsEpisode in an already extremely {{ecchi}} series, draw your own conclusions). It was released as DVDBonusContent.
1st Jun '15 3:31:51 PM ShinyTsukkomi
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So named because in [[TheNineties 1990s]], there were TV shows that sold VHS releases called "Show X: Too Hot for TV!", the likely trope namer being ''JerrySpringer''. In reality, the "hotness" was often restricted to a few extra swear words.

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So named because in [[TheNineties 1990s]], there were TV shows that sold VHS releases called "Show X: Too Hot for TV!", the likely trope namer being ''JerrySpringer''.''[[Series/TheJerrySpringerShow Jerry Springer]]''. In reality, the "hotness" was often restricted to a few extra swear words.
20th Feb '15 9:50:51 PM MiinU
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* ''Manga/SeitokaiYakuindomo''
20th Feb '15 9:49:09 PM MiinU
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* ''Manga/GirlsBravo''



* ''Anime/QueensBlade''



* ''Manga/ToLoveRu''.
23rd Jul '14 3:14:49 PM maedar
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* Of course, ''Film/BasicInstinct'' is already too "hot" to be shown on anything but premium channels, but director Paul Verhoeven cut about 45 seconds of the most explicit sex scenes out of the original to avoid an NC-17 rating. An uncut version was later made available in a DVD release.
12th Apr '14 11:22:04 AM ManCalledTrue
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* Parodied in ''VideoGame/ProjectXZone'' if you place Ulala with Haken and Kaguya: Haken suggests that Ulala interview [[GagBoobs Kaguya]], which causes Ulala to muse that the censors probably won't allow her to show it.
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