History PrecisionFStrike / WesternAnimation

5th Jul '17 8:24:37 PM Rabbidking
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** Pops up again in season 5, when [[spoiler: Scaramouche]] says that a particular fellow "looked like a talking penis". What's more, this season aired on Toonami, and there was no questionable language present at all that season until this very moment.
11th Jun '17 5:51:38 PM Kalilah
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*** Brian gets in one of his own in a later episode after unknowingly sleeping with Quagmire's father. (who had undergone a sex-change operation)

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*** Brian gets in one of his own in a later episode after unknowingly sleeping with Quagmire's father.mother. (who had undergone a sex-change operation)
18th May '17 11:11:16 AM mariofan1000
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* ''WesternAnimation/RegularShow'' has Mordecai saying "You pissed me off." to Rigby.
13th May '17 4:19:34 AM Coyotek4
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** In "Fluttershy Leans In", Rainbow Dash exclaims ''"Buck yeah!"''.
23rd Apr '17 6:34:28 PM jedidarrick
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* ''WesternAnimation/{{Metalocalypse}}'': "''[[CrowningMomentOfAwesome That's my bread and butter you're fucking with.]]''". Run away. Now. [[BadassNormal Charles]] is pissed.

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* ''WesternAnimation/{{Metalocalypse}}'': "''[[CrowningMomentOfAwesome That's my bread and butter you're fucking with.]]''". ]]''" Run away. Now. [[BadassNormal Charles]] is pissed.
1st Apr '17 6:00:37 PM Wyvern
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** Played with in a later episode, when we discover that the one thing that really makes Fluttershy lose her composure is dealing with her obnoxious, lazy brother Zephyr Breeze. She mentions in public that he makes her "peeved," and this word is apparently considered unspeakably profane in the world of the show. Parents cover their children's ears and glare at her in response.

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** Played with in a later episode, when we discover that the one thing that really makes Fluttershy lose her composure is dealing with her obnoxious, lazy obnoxious brother Zephyr Breeze. She mentions in public that he makes her "peeved," and this word is apparently considered unspeakably profane in the world of the show. Parents cover their children's ears and glare at her in response.
1st Apr '17 6:00:09 PM Wyvern
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** Played with in a later episode, when we discover that the one thing that really makes Fluttershy lose her composure is dealing with her obnoxious, lazy brother Zephyr Breeze. She mentions in public that he makes her "peeved," and this word is apparently considered unspeakably profane in the world of the show. Parents cover their children's ears and glare at her in response.
27th Feb '17 3:55:58 PM otakusapien
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** In another early episode, Elisa actually says "Damn!" in frustration. The line was said quietly enough a kid might miss it, but it's still amazing Disney allowed an actual swear.
8th Feb '17 7:35:03 PM TheTropper
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* In ''WesternAnimation/SamuraiJack'', a robot mutters "God dammit" when explaining how powerful the Mondo-Bot is.
29th Jan '17 6:35:56 AM NWolfman
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* The writers of ''WesternAnimation/BoJackHorseman'' have a rule of only using the word 'fuck' once a season, and only for dramatic effect. So far, all of these 'F' strikes are directed to their [former] friend Bojack who has either did something irreversibly unforgivable to them, crushingly let them down, or fed up that he won't change his self-destructive attitude.

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* The writers of ''WesternAnimation/BoJackHorseman'' have a rule makes brilliant use of only using this trope. Despite being a Netflix show that can use the word 'fuck' as often as they like, it's deliberately used exactly once a season, and only per-season for scenes in which the title character's self-destrictive lifestyle had done irretrievable damage to a relationship. The result is a walloping dramatic effect. So far, all of these 'F' strikes are directed to their [former] friend Bojack who has either did something irreversibly unforgivable to them, crushingly let them down, or fed up that he won't change his self-destructive attitude.effect.


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** This was jokingly put to the test in season 3: "Love And/Or Marriage" ends with Diane being cut off while screaming [[AtomicFBomb "MOTHERF-!"]] upon learning that [[spoiler:she's pregnant]]. The immediate next episode beings with her screaming "-UCKER!!"
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