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17th Jan '16 10:02:13 AM FordPrefect
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* Although the previous [=series/seasons=] [[GettingCrapPastTheRadar got Crap Past The Radar]], the 4th and final season of Brødrene Dal, Brødrene Dal og mysteriet om Karl [=XIIs=] gamasjer, takes the cake. There's swearing, kidnapping of a minor, verbal abuse, an episode where [[ClusterBleepBomb there's tons of bleeping]](although they swear with no bleeping in the next episode). If it was ever to be shown outside Norway would it have recieved an 18+ in most countries, as there's no FamilyFriendlyStripper, but a real stripper, you can [[http://youtu.be/tNbba9C1bxU?t=18m22s see her]] for yourself. Other examples that makes you wonder how it even managed to get aired like one [[SketchComedy opening sketch]] had the narrator sneak into the ladies' restroom (it's suddenly "okay" when he's the handsome narrator), one character believing one of the leads to be [[http://youtu.be/qzAi8Wca3dQ?t=27m33s wearing women's underwear]] (he's a man) and suddenly an ending fit a CrimeSeries, the narrator trying to make money selling [[http://youtu.be/kAg5V-ZdtxU?t=23m34s underwear based on the brothers]], a drunk general with a cabinet filled with [[http://youtu.be/kAg5V-ZdtxU?t=13m31s alcoholic beverages]], the [[http://youtu.be/qzAi8Wca3dQ?t=19m12s bleeping part]], this is only to mention a few.
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* Although the previous [=series/seasons=] [[GettingCrapPastTheRadar got Crap Past The Radar]], the 4th and final season of Brødrene Dal, Brødrene Dal og mysteriet om Karl [=XIIs=] gamasjer, takes the cake. There's swearing, kidnapping of a minor, verbal abuse, an episode where [[ClusterBleepBomb there's tons of bleeping]](although bleeping]] (although they swear with no bleeping in the next episode). If it was ever to be shown outside Norway Norway, it would it have recieved received an 18+ in most countries, as there's no FamilyFriendlyStripper, but a real stripper, stripper; you can [[http://youtu.be/tNbba9C1bxU?t=18m22s see her]] for yourself. Other examples that makes make you wonder how it even managed to get aired aired, like one [[SketchComedy opening sketch]] that had the narrator sneak into the ladies' restroom (it's suddenly "okay" when he's the handsome narrator), one character believing one of the leads to be [[http://youtu.be/qzAi8Wca3dQ?t=27m33s wearing women's underwear]] (he's a man) man), and suddenly an ending fit for a CrimeSeries, the narrator trying to make money selling [[http://youtu.be/kAg5V-ZdtxU?t=23m34s underwear based on the brothers]], a drunk general with a cabinet filled with [[http://youtu.be/kAg5V-ZdtxU?t=13m31s alcoholic beverages]], the [[http://youtu.be/qzAi8Wca3dQ?t=19m12s bleeping part]], this is only just to mention a few.
17th Jan '16 10:00:31 AM FordPrefect
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* Although the previous [=series/seasons=] [[GettingCrapPastTheRadar got Crap Past The Radar]] does the 4th and final season of Brødrene Dal, Brødrene Dal og mysteriet om Karl [=XIIs=] gamasjer, take the cake. There's swearing, kidnapping of a minor, verbal abuse, an episode where [[ClusterBleepBomb there's tons of bleeping]](although they swear with no bleeping in the next episode). If it was ever to be shown outside Norway would it have recieved an 18+ in most countries, as there's no FamilyFriendlyStripper, but a real stripper, you can [[http://youtu.be/tNbba9C1bxU?t=18m22s see her]] for yourself. Other examples that makes you wonder how it even managed to get aired like one [[SketchComedy opening sketch]] had the narrator sneak into the ladies' restroom (it's suddenly "okay" when he's the handsome narrator), one character believing one of the leads to be [[http://youtu.be/qzAi8Wca3dQ?t=27m33s wearing women's underwear]] (he's a man) and suddenly an ending fit a CrimeSeries, the narrator trying to make money selling [[http://youtu.be/kAg5V-ZdtxU?t=23m34s underwear based on the brothers]], a drunk general with a cabinet filled with [[http://youtu.be/kAg5V-ZdtxU?t=13m31s alcoholic beverages]], the [[http://youtu.be/qzAi8Wca3dQ?t=19m12s bleeping part]], this is only to mention a few.
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* Although the previous [=series/seasons=] [[GettingCrapPastTheRadar got Crap Past The Radar]] does Radar]], the 4th and final season of Brødrene Dal, Brødrene Dal og mysteriet om Karl [=XIIs=] gamasjer, take takes the cake. There's swearing, kidnapping of a minor, verbal abuse, an episode where [[ClusterBleepBomb there's tons of bleeping]](although they swear with no bleeping in the next episode). If it was ever to be shown outside Norway would it have recieved an 18+ in most countries, as there's no FamilyFriendlyStripper, but a real stripper, you can [[http://youtu.be/tNbba9C1bxU?t=18m22s see her]] for yourself. Other examples that makes you wonder how it even managed to get aired like one [[SketchComedy opening sketch]] had the narrator sneak into the ladies' restroom (it's suddenly "okay" when he's the handsome narrator), one character believing one of the leads to be [[http://youtu.be/qzAi8Wca3dQ?t=27m33s wearing women's underwear]] (he's a man) and suddenly an ending fit a CrimeSeries, the narrator trying to make money selling [[http://youtu.be/kAg5V-ZdtxU?t=23m34s underwear based on the brothers]], a drunk general with a cabinet filled with [[http://youtu.be/kAg5V-ZdtxU?t=13m31s alcoholic beverages]], the [[http://youtu.be/qzAi8Wca3dQ?t=19m12s bleeping part]], this is only to mention a few.
29th Dec '15 12:54:27 PM WhatArtThee
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* From Dutch childrens' television, ''Purno De Purno''. With characters such as the "Kittelaar" (a Dutch word for clitoris), politically incorrect gags about sex, homosexuality and bodily functions, political commentary and very suggestive imagery. Most likely Dutch TV shows back then were very good and MoralGuardians feared that they would get flamed if they attacked those shows [[AmericansHateTingle so they flamed anime instead.]]

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* Considering this article, nothing beats the Dutch children's program ''Theo En Thea'' (1985-1989). This controversial kids' show talked about topics that some parents (mostly overprotective ones) wouldn't see as fit to discuss with young children, such as prostitution, drug abuse, and sexual harassment. Despite all objections the show was both a hit with kids and adults alike!
29th Nov '15 3:10:05 PM Bananaquit
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** -> Discipline? Naked... [turns book sideways] With a ''melon''?
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** * -> Discipline? Naked... [turns book sideways] With a ''melon''?
29th Nov '15 3:08:01 PM Bananaquit
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-> Discipline? Naked... [turns book sideways] With a ''melon''?
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-> **-> Discipline? Naked... [turns book sideways] With a ''melon''?
29th Nov '15 3:06:21 PM Bananaquit
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* Spoofed in an early episode of ''MontyPythonsFlyingCircus'', in the “Storytime” sketch. Eric Idle plays a children’s show host reading a storybook; except the stories he tries to read take progressively more obscene turns... -> Discipline? Naked... [turns book sideways] With a ''melon''?
27th Nov '15 6:30:59 AM WhatArtThee
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* ''Series/DoctorWho'' itself is considered family viewing, despite the dark tone of certain episodes and a surprising amount of [[GettingCrapPastTheRadar sexual innuendo]], and it is shown around the supper hour on a Saturday. ''Doctor Who'' is fifty years old and neatly matches the second paragraph of this trope's description. It's very much seen as a family/children's show, but it's been violent from the very beginning. A BBC audience research survey conducted in 1972 found that Doctor Who was the most violent show it produced at the time. The show was especially violent during the first few Fourth Doctor seasons, consistently getting complaints, and the show was also so violent in 1985 that it got the show cancelled for 18 months. For instance, [[Recap/DoctorWhoS13E5TheBrainofMorbius "The Brain Of Morbius"]] (1976) features a man getting shot in the stomach with an explosion of blood, then crawling, dying, down a corridor.
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* ''Series/DoctorWho'' itself is considered family viewing, despite the dark tone of certain episodes and a surprising amount of [[GettingCrapPastTheRadar sexual innuendo]], and it is shown around the supper hour on a Saturday. ''Doctor Who'' is fifty years old and neatly matches the second paragraph of this trope's description. It's is very much seen as a family/children's show, but it's been violent from the very beginning. A BBC audience research survey conducted in 1972 found that Doctor Who was the most violent show it produced at the time. The show was especially violent during the first few Fourth Doctor seasons, consistently getting complaints, and the show was also so violent in 1985 that it got the show cancelled for 18 months. For instance, [[Recap/DoctorWhoS13E5TheBrainofMorbius "The Brain Of Morbius"]] (1976) features a man getting shot in the stomach with an explosion of blood, then crawling, dying, down a corridor.

* ''Series/ICarly'' has its own [[HoYay/ICarly Les Yay]] and [[Radar/ICarly Getting Crap Past The Radar]] pages.

*** Just a reminder: the plot of several seasons of ''Series/{{Supernatural}}'' is angels trying to start the Apocalypse. Just remember that. ''Wizards of Waverly Place'' and ''Supernatural'' used the same idea.
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*** ** Just a reminder: the plot of several seasons of ''Series/{{Supernatural}}'' is angels trying to start the Apocalypse. Just remember that. ''Wizards of Waverly Place'' and ''Supernatural'' used the same idea.
20th Nov '15 5:55:41 AM toonman
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** ''Doctor Who's'' family friendly aspect is considered a strength today, given that most other science fiction series are either very violent, very sexual, or both. On several occasions in recent (as of 2015) years, WordOfGod (actors, producers, critics) have noted how rare it has become for a series to appeal to children and adults in equal measure. Compare, for example, with the MarvelCinematicUniverse series produced for {{Netflix}} that are thoroughly adults only.
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** ''Doctor Who's'' family friendly aspect is considered a strength today, given that most other science fiction series are either very violent, very sexual, or both. On several occasions in recent (as of 2015) years, WordOfGod (actors, producers, critics) have noted how rare it has become for a series to appeal to children and adults in equal measure. Compare, for example, with the MarvelCinematicUniverse series produced for {{Netflix}} that are thoroughly adults only. ''Doctor Who'' replaces sex scenes and graphic violence with storylines ripped from the headlines (such as a two-parter adapting the current war on terror and Syrian refugee crisis), and surprisingly sober ruminations on topics such as death. And this isn't new; a 1980 storyline called ''Nightmare of Eden'' tackled the topic of illegal narcotics, and a 1977 story called ''The Sun Makers'' was a condemnation of Britain's tax system.
20th Nov '15 5:52:58 AM toonman
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** ''Doctor Who's'' family friendly aspect is considered a strength today, given that most other science fiction series are either very violent, very sexual, or both. On several occasions in recent (as of 2015) years, WordOfGod (actors, producers, critics) have noted how rare it has become for a series to appeal to children and adults in equal measure. Compare, for example, with the MarvelCinematicUniverse series produced for {{Netflix}} that are thoroughly adults only.
18th Oct '15 4:14:39 PM KamenRiderOokalf
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** Many recent seasons of ''Super Sentai'', particularly ''ZyudenSentaiKyoryuger'', ''ResshaSentaiToQger'' and ''ShurikenSentaiNinninger'', get a lot of flack for being very happy-go-lucky [[spoiler:other than the second half of [=ToQger=]]]. One of the main reasons for this is that many westerners were directed to ''KaizokuSentaiGokaiger'' after ''PowerRangersSuperMegaforce'', commonly regarded as the worst ''Power Rangers'' series ever, aired, resulting in high expectations for a "more mature" series, although ''Kyoryuger'' has [[SpotlightStealingSquad a second issue]].
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** Many recent seasons of ''Super Sentai'', particularly ''ZyudenSentaiKyoryuger'', ''ResshaSentaiToQger'' ''Series/ZyudenSentaiKyoryuger'', ''Series/ResshaSentaiToQger'' and ''ShurikenSentaiNinninger'', ''Series/ShurikenSentaiNinninger'', get a lot of flack for being very happy-go-lucky [[spoiler:other than the second half of [=ToQger=]]]. One of the main reasons for this is that many westerners were directed to ''KaizokuSentaiGokaiger'' ''Series/KaizokuSentaiGokaiger'' after ''PowerRangersSuperMegaforce'', ''[[Series/PowerRangersMegaforce Power Rangers Super Megaforce]]'', commonly regarded as the worst ''Power Rangers'' series ever, aired, resulting in high expectations for a "more mature" series, although ''Kyoryuger'' has [[SpotlightStealingSquad a second issue]].
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