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10th Oct '16 3:28:46 PM JohnnyLurg
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* In the episode "Homer the Vigilante," Grampa says "I'm filled with piss and vinegar! At first, I was just filled with vinegar," one of the first usages of the word "piss," one of Creator/GeorgeCarlin's "Seven Dirty Words," on network television.
13th Sep '16 9:14:23 PM ZonkedTod
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* In the episode "the Great Louse Detective," Homer is trapped in a steam room by a stranger in a robe. When Krusty breaks him out, Homer falls to the ground and Krusty remarks, "Who ordered the steamed gentile?" [note]Homer is wearing nothing but a towel, so the "steamed gentile" remark very likely means that Homer is uncircumcised.[/note]

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* In the episode "the Great Louse Detective," Homer is trapped in a steam room by a stranger in a robe. When Krusty breaks him out, Homer falls to the ground and Krusty remarks, "Who ordered the steamed gentile?" [note]Homer [[note]]Homer is wearing nothing but a towel, so the "steamed gentile" remark very likely means that Homer is uncircumcised.[/note][[/note]]
13th Sep '16 9:13:48 PM ZonkedTod
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* The season 27 episode ''Halloween of Horror'' shoves a lot in front of the radar (particularly during the grown up musical number), however, some may have missed Professor Frink crossing his legs to conceal a boner when he is caressed by Miss Hoover.

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* The season 27 episode ''Halloween of Horror'' shoves a lot in front of the radar (particularly during the grown up musical number), however, some may have missed Professor Frink crossing his legs to conceal a boner when he is caressed by Miss Hoover.Hoover.
*In the episode "the Great Louse Detective," Homer is trapped in a steam room by a stranger in a robe. When Krusty breaks him out, Homer falls to the ground and Krusty remarks, "Who ordered the steamed gentile?" [note]Homer is wearing nothing but a towel, so the "steamed gentile" remark very likely means that Homer is uncircumcised.[/note]
27th Aug '16 12:49:31 PM bleedinggumsmurphy
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* The season 27 episode shoves a lot in front of the radar (particularly during the grown up musical number), however, some may have missed Professor Frink crossing his legs to conceal a boner when he is caressed by Miss Hoover.

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* The season 27 episode ''Halloween of Horror'' shoves a lot in front of the radar (particularly during the grown up musical number), however, some may have missed Professor Frink crossing his legs to conceal a boner when he is caressed by Miss Hoover.
27th Aug '16 12:48:29 PM bleedinggumsmurphy
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* In the ''Treehouse of Horror XX'' intro, when the monsters (Dracula, The Wolfman, Frankenstein's Monster and a mummy) are confronted by their angry wives at Homer's Halloween party, Dracula's wife tells him, "You'll be sucking your own blood tonight!" It's pretty obvious what "blood" is supposed to be an euphemism for.

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* In the ''Treehouse of Horror XX'' intro, when the monsters (Dracula, The Wolfman, Frankenstein's Monster and a mummy) are confronted by their angry wives at Homer's Halloween party, Dracula's wife tells him, "You'll be sucking your own blood tonight!" It's pretty obvious what "blood" is supposed to be an euphemism for.for.
*The season 27 episode shoves a lot in front of the radar (particularly during the grown up musical number), however, some may have missed Professor Frink crossing his legs to conceal a boner when he is caressed by Miss Hoover.
27th Aug '16 10:59:48 AM IvanovTroping97
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You might be wondering why a show like ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'' would have a GettingCrapPastTheRadar page, seeing as how it's not ''supposed'' to be for kids in the first place (in America, it usually carries a TV-PG rating, while the UK has this show rated anywhere from U[[note]]Universal: suitable for all audiences with little to no offensive content[[/note]] to 12[[note]]Not suitable for anyone under 12 years old[[/note]], with the occasional 15[[note]]not suitable for anyone under 15 years old[[/note]]-rated episode, though these usually end up airing as 12-rated episodes on home media or after some editing), bright colors and crude, childlike character designs nonwithstanding.

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You might be wondering why a show like ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'' would have a GettingCrapPastTheRadar page, seeing as how it's not ''supposed'' to be for kids in the first place (in America, it usually carries a TV-PG rating, with a few TV-14 rated episodes, while the UK has this show rated anywhere from U[[note]]Universal: suitable for all audiences with little to no offensive content[[/note]] to 12[[note]]Not suitable for anyone under 12 years old[[/note]], with the occasional 15[[note]]not suitable for anyone under 15 years old[[/note]]-rated episode, though these usually end up airing as 12-rated episodes on home media or after some editing), bright colors and crude, childlike character designs nonwithstanding.
5th Jun '16 4:24:31 PM Kartoonkid95
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->'''Lisa:''' That story isn't suitable for children!
->'''Chief Wiggum:''' Really? [[NoodleIncident I keep my pants on in this version.]]
-->--"I Love Lisa"
3rd Jun '16 5:36:31 AM Erin582
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* Groundskeeper Willie says the new tractors are all "shite" in the episode "Fraudcast News". "Shite", of course, is how the people of the United Kingdom say the word "shit".

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* Groundskeeper Willie says the new tractors are all "shite" in the episode "Fraudcast News". "Shite", of course, is how the people of the United Kingdom say the word "shit"."shit".
* In the ''Treehouse of Horror XX'' intro, when the monsters (Dracula, The Wolfman, Frankenstein's Monster and a mummy) are confronted by their angry wives at Homer's Halloween party, Dracula's wife tells him, "You'll be sucking your own blood tonight!" It's pretty obvious what "blood" is supposed to be an euphemism for.
30th May '16 5:16:10 PM WhatArtThee
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* Practically anytime they reference/spoof/parody ''AClockworkOrange'' because you know it's about gang committing all sorts of atrocities such as ultraviolence, rape, and drinking milk laced with narcotics. Plus seeing Bart and Maggie dressing up/imitating Alex DeLarge who is very much into ultraviolence, rape, and drinking milk laced with narcotics can be seen as disturbing by anyone who has seen the movie. Hell I bet this would probably get younger viewers to see the movie as well!
13th May '16 4:31:44 PM 3rdStringPG
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* The First '''B'''ank of '''S'''pringfield. [[http://vignette2.wikia.nocookie.net/simpsons/images/a/a5/FirstBankofSpringfield.png/revision/latest?cb=20100419104147 Need we say more?]]

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* The First '''B'''ank of '''S'''pringfield. [[http://vignette2.wikia.nocookie.net/simpsons/images/a/a5/FirstBankofSpringfield.png/revision/latest?cb=20100419104147 Need we say more?]]more?]]
* Groundskeeper Willie says the new tractors are all "shite" in the episode "Fraudcast News". "Shite", of course, is how the people of the United Kingdom say the word "shit".
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