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[[caption-width-right:350:Daffy finds a more ''interesting'' way to pass the time during Acme Loo's film festival.]]

->''"Good night, everybody!"''
-->-- '''Yakko Warner''' (telling the censors they screwed up [[http://www.thatguywiththeglasses.com/videolinks/thatguywiththeglasses/nostalgia-critic/221-the-top-moments-in-animaniacs for the umpteenth time]]), ''WesternAnimation/{{Animaniacs}}''

Thanks to [[AnimationAgeGhetto the Western belief that cartoons aren't meant for adult audiences]], this trope is a favorite in a lot of American animated shows for kids (but not limited to them).
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[[index]]
* [[Radar/TwoStupidDogs 2 Stupid Dogs]]
* Radar/AdventuresOfTheGalaxyRangers
* Radar/AlvinAndTheChipmunks
* Radar/{{Animalympics}}
* Radar/{{Beetlejuice}}
* Radar/BettyBoop
* Radar/BikerMiceFromMars
* Radar/CaptainPlanetAndThePlaneteers
* Radar/CartoonNetwork
** Radar/AdventureTime
** Radar/TheAmazingWorldOfGumball
** Radar/{{Chowder}}
** Radar/ClassOf3000
** Radar/CodenameKidsNextDoor
** Radar/CourageTheCowardlyDog
** Radar/DextersLaboratory
** Radar/EdEddNEddy
** Radar/GeneratorRex
** Radar/TheGrimAdventuresOfBillyAndMandy
** Radar/JohnnyBravo
** Radar/TheMarvelousMisadventuresOfFlapjack
** Radar/ThePowerpuffGirls
** Radar/RegularShow
** Radar/StarWarsTheCloneWars
** Radar/StevenUniverse
** Radar/SymBionicTitan
** Radar/{{Mad}}
* Radar/CodeLyoko
* Radar/DanVs
* [[/index]]Creator/DCComics[[index]]
** Radar/BatmanAssaultOnArkham
** Radar/BatmanTheBraveAndTheBold
** Radar/TheBatman
** Radar/{{DCAU}}
*** Radar/BatmanTheAnimatedSeries
*** Radar/BatmanBeyond
*** Radar/JusticeLeague
*** Radar/SupermanTheAnimatedSeries
*** Radar/SupermanVsTheElite
*** Radar/TeenTitans
*** Radar/TeenTitansGo
*** Radar/YoungJustice
* Radar/{{Disney}}
* Radar/{{Doug}}
* Radar/DreamWorksAnimation
* Radar/ExtremeGhostbusters
* Radar/FamilyGuy
* Radar/{{Futurama}}
* Radar/GarfieldAndFriends
* [[/index]]Creator/{{Hasbro}}[[index]]
** Radar/{{Kaijudo}}
** Radar/LittlestPetShop2012
** Radar/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic
** Radar/{{Transformers}}
*** Radar/TransformersPrime
* Radar/JackieChanAdventures
* Radar/JimmyTwoShoes
* Radar/JohnnyTest
* Radar/{{Kaeloo}}
* Radar/{{Nickelodeon}}
** Radar/TheAdventuresOfJimmyNeutronBoyGenius
** Radar/AsToldByGinger
** Radar/AvatarTheLastAirbender
** Radar/TheLegendOfKorra
** Radar/DannyPhantom
** Radar/ElTigre
** Radar/TheFairlyOddparents
** Radar/FanboyAndChumChum
** Radar/HeyArnold
** Radar/InvaderZim
** Radar/MyLifeAsATeenageRobot
** Radar/PawPatrol
** Radar/ThePenguinsOfMadagascar
** Radar/RabbidsInvasion
** Radar/TheRenAndStimpyShow
** Radar/RockosModernLife
** Radar/{{Rugrats}}
** Radar/SpongeBobSquarePants
*** Radar/TheSpongeBobSquarePantsMovie
** Radar/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles2012
** Radar/TuffPuppy
* Radar/OggyAndTheCockroaches
* Radar/{{Pingu}}
* Radar/ScoobyDooMysteryIncorporated
* Radar/TheSimpsons
* Radar/StarWarsTheCloneWars
* Radar/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles2003
* Radar/TexAvery
* Radar/TotalDrama
* Radar/WackyRaces
* Radar/{{Wakfu}}
* [[/index]]Creator/WarnerBros[[index]]
** Radar/{{Animaniacs}}
*** Radar/PinkyAndTheBrain
** Radar/{{Freakazoid}}
** Radar/LooneyTunes
*** Radar/DaffyDuck
*** Radar/TheLooneyTunesShow
** Radar/TinyToonAdventures
** Radar/XiaolinShowdown
** Radar/XiaolinChronicles (Technically not a Warner Bros. production, but involves crew members of ''Xiaolin Showdown''.)
* Radar/WhereOnEarthIsCarmenSandiego
* Radar/WinxClub
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!!Cartoons that don't have their own pages:

* ''WesternAnimation/BlazingDragons''. A particular example is the allusions to the Arthur/Guinevere/Lancelot triangle of the KingArthur mythos in the case of Queen Griddle's obvious infatuation towards Loungelot. And then there's [[AmbiguouslyGay Sir Blaze]].....
** On the topic of Sir Blaze, the theme song/title sequence includes the knights extolling their virtues: "We're straight and true and good and kind..." Sir Blaze winks at the camera when he says the word, "Straight."
* WesternAnimation/{{Caillou}} had a few moments.
** Most of "Caillou is Getting Older". He finds a dead bird. Daddy, who doesn't have the heart to tell Caillou that Gilbert killed it, tell him that the bird got too old. That turned out to be a bad idea, as Caillou started getting paranoid that he would die at any minute. Unfortunately for him, [[ColdTurkeysAreEverywhere there was Daddy's eyes getting bad (he told Caillou he might be getting old), and Sarah having a birthday and being one whole year older.]] A kid being paranoid about death is pretty dark for a kid cartoon.
** The episode where Caillou meets Mr Hinkle. His mom leaves him alone with an old man without even knowing him all that well, and [[ParanoiaFuel for all we know, the man might have been a pedophile.]] Thankfully, he turns out to be quite nice.
** Caillou [[WouldHitAGirl pinching Rosie]] in "Big Brother Caillou". If Caillou pinched an adult, it probably would not be so bad, but it could've broken the skin on a baby. Averted later, since this scene was deemed so offensive and violent, that the episode was banned and now Website/YouTube is the only way to watch it.
* The animated adaptation of ''WesternAnimation/TheMask'' was a wacky 1990s cartoon, and therefore, was chock full of ParentalBonus and the occasional risque jokes -- ''but''...one episode stands out as the reason why American censorship (at least back in the 1990s) is considered a joke by most: season two's "Flight as a Feather," which, along with the standard {{Double Entendre}}s (The Mask telling the audience that African violets weren't the only things drooping on Mrs. Peenman), your typical gross-out humor (The Mask showing an irate pizzeria customer his green, pulsating guts, and the customer nearly puking), and ParentalBonus references (the mayor implying that he blew the city budget on a party for beauty contest winners), included two scenes that kids' cartoon writers (not even most Cartoon Network writers) wouldn't dream of putting in:
** The scene of Cookie [=BaBoom=] (the Mayor's suicidal ex-girlfriend who works as an exotic dancer [[note]]Smedley almost calls her a "stripper," but corrects himself. Whether or not this was a censorship measure is up for debate[[/note]]) rushing the stage in a trenchcoat and [[CrossesTheLineTwice flashing everybody...her bikini made of explosives]] and holds the Mayor hostage because he broke up with her, followed by The Mask using the explosives on Cookie's body to make a drink known as The Bikini Cocktail. [[SerialEscalation As if that weren't enough]], just as Kellaway and Doyle go to arrest The Mask for harassing Mrs. Peenman and a customer at a pizzeria, The Mask uses Cookie's naked body to distract the cops -- ''and it works'', even on the hard-assed Kellaway, who can only stammer out "Lady, y-you're under arrest," before [[LustfulMelt sliding to the floor]].
*** What really puts that entire part over the top is the implication that ''this aired live'' and that old woman in Bavariaville ''saw everything'' (yet only freaked out over The Mask harassing the Mayor).
** The performance artist at the pillow feather factory sounds like a mild, but fairly obvious gay stereotype (he has a lisp and comes off as very effeminate). To make matters worse, he's named after a brand of oil (Crisco), which can be (and often is) used as a lubricant for anal sex.
* In ''WesternAnimation/XMen'', the episode "Time Fugitives" features Rogue calling a Friends of Humanity goon a "peckerwood," which not only sounds perverted, but is also a racial slur for a white person (particularly one who is considered "trailer trash" -- uneducated, poor, violent, very close-minded when it comes to dealing with minorities and modern women, and obsessed with all that is cheap and tacky).
** In one episode Rogue had to administer CPR to an unconscious Cyclops: while giving him kiss-of-life and pumping his chest she cries "Come ON, Scott, make a girl happy!"; almost like a girl on top trying to have an orgasm...
* For some old school crap under the radar, don't forget Franchise/ScoobyDoo. Famous are Shaggy and Scooby's [[StonersAreFunny not so subtle hippie tendencies]], including constant "munchies" for Scooby Snacks and smoke occasionally coming out of the mystery machine. WordOfGod states that Scooby Snacks are just dog biscuits. That doesn't change the fact that Shaggy likes them as much as Scooby does. If anything, it only adds to his "stoner" persona since getting the "munchies" would make him want to eat anything that could be considered "edible," whether or not it's food for people.
** Scooby Doo often says "Scooby Dooby Doo!" Yes, a marijuana reference in every single episode of the show.
* The first episode of ''WesternAnimation/CountDuckula'' was titled "No Sax Please, We're Egyptian" has the characters singing the "Drunken Sailor" sea shanty. They stop before getting to any of the off-color verses, but suffice it to say, this is ''not'' a children's song.
** The episode title itself refers to a play in London called "No Sex Please, We're British."
* ''WesternAnimation/DuckDodgersInTheTwentyFourthAndAHalfCentury'' features an episode called "K-9 Kaddy" co-starring the Goofy Gophers. They tickle-torture K-9 then begin tickling each other and run offscreen. They return sighing and exclaiming, "Oh! I couldn't tell you the last time I had so much fun with a feather!"
* Being based on a Troma film, ''Series/ToxicAvengers'', a kids version of the extremely violent and sexual B-film ''Film/TheToxicAvenger'', had this in spades:
** In the first episode, Melvin is asked what he has planned for the evening. His schedule includes a half-hour set aside to "wax his chicken."
** In "Toxie Ties The Knot" a female alien bug character is kidnapped by the Mayor of Tromaville. Thinking that someone is throwing her a bachelorette party, when the Mayor shows up in a bug costume, the female alien asks, "Are you the stripper?".
* In the ''{{Talkartoons}}'' short ''Any Rags'', during Bimbo's junk auction, we see [[OutOfTheInkwell KoKo the Clown]] acting very feminine, which makes Bimbo say "Sold to the man in the red bowtie!" (In case you don't know, red ties were a sort of identification for homosexuals back in the day).
** The short ''Minding the Baby'' has a gag where Bimbo explains why he has to watch his baby brother.
-->''"I have to stay and watch the brat, 'cause Ma and Pa just had a spat. [[YourCheatingHeart The ice man still brings ice you see,]] [[CheatingWithTheMilkman but out ice box runs with 'tricity]]."''
* The ''Literature/RainbowMagic'' movie has this exchange.
-->'''Rachel:''' Oh, I know I should just ignore her. But Lydia is ''such'' aŚ\\
'''Kirsty:''' CARROT!\\
'''Rachel:''' ...I had another word in mind.
* Kenny of ''WesternAnimation/SouthPark'' all but exists for this purpose. Kenny's muffled speech due to the parka he wears allows the writers to slip in swear words that keen eared viewers can hear if they listen closely enough that would otherwise be [=BLEEPed=] for anyone else.
** That's nothing. One episode has Jimmy say, "Stan says you're a cont...you're a cont...Stan says you're a cont...[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_LRL6pue5-4 cont...cont...]]
* In the comic series ''WesternAnimation/CyberSix'' was based on, [[BigBad Von Reichter]] was a member of the [[ThoseWackyNazis SS]]. Of course this isn't mentioned in the animated series, but they got away with having [[TheDragon Jose]] (his cloned "son") goose-step from place to place and wear Hitler Youth clothing.
* The episode ''My Two Bobs'' of ''WesternAnimation/{{Reboot}}'' features a game titled "Pantsu Hebi X". Translate it directly and you get "Panty Snake X". Um...
* ''WesternAnimation/TheAvengersEarthsMightiestHeroes'' features several such instances of this -- most notably ComicBook/{{Hawkeye}} calling the Masters of Evil "tools," and some of [[TheCasanova Tony's]] more blatant come-ons.
* WesternAnimation/UltimateSpiderMan'':
** In "Flight of the Iron Spider", Iron Man is seen discussing something with ComicBook/NickFury. We only catch a snippet, but it seems like he's bragging about his sexual conquests.
--->'''Iron Man:''' ... So that was last night. The night before, it was February's cover of ''Model Monthly''.\\
'''Nick Fury:''' Are you done bragging about your social life?
** In "I Am Spider-Man" Trapster suggestively asks Mary Jane [[JailBaitWait when does she graduate]].
** In "Ultimate Deadpool" {{Deadpool}} laughs at the mention of Booby Trap. [[SubvertedTrope He was laughing at the "traps" part, though.]]
*** It may be an even greater example of this trope, though, when you take into account the fact that "trap" is a term used on the internet for... [[WholesomeCrossdresser something else.]]
** When Spidey makes fun of IronMan having an old armor with a nose.
-->'''Iron Man:''' I was in an anatomic phase. You should see the one with-
-->'''Spidey:''' Another time! Or, never.
** In "Venom", Flash can be seen drinking water out of something that appears to be a [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bidet bidet.]] Bidets are typically used to wash the under-areas of the body.
** Flint "Sandman" Marko is called "beach" several times in "Sandman Returns"--an insult that sounds suspiciously like "bitch", esp. with Batros' comically-overblown French accent.
** [[spoiler:Goblin]] uttering the word "hell" in the season two finale.
** "I don't think [[Doctor Doom he's]] a real 'turn your head and cough' doctor."
** In "Me Time", ComicBook/NormanOsborn reminds Comicbook/DoctorOctopus that without the tentacles he wouldn't be able to wipe his own...[[LastSecondWordSwap mouth]].
** They imply that Sabretooth is a cannibal.
* In the very first ''BlackLightning'' short for WesternAnimation/DCNation, Thunder is shown texting a girl named "Grace." In the comics, Grace is the name of her girlfriend.
* ''{{WesternAnimation/Ewoks}}'': Characters often say "k'vark" in place where humans would use a four-letter word. And in the second season episode ''Bringing Up Norky'', Teebo says ''He sure is a pain in the...'', but Latara finishes his sentence with ''Mud puddle!''.
* ''WesternAnimastion/{{Skatoony}}'' is one of the few shows that does this literally. There's a whole round call [[CaptainObvious Hoo Flung Dung]].
* ''[[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_New_Adventures_of_Flash_Gordon The New Adventures of Flash Gordon]]'' has Ming putting Dale in a harem of exotic-looking women (including a lion-woman from Thun's world) and having her dressed in a similar style, clearing intending to make her one of them. Vultan tries to force Aura into marrying him when she is his prisoner. And then there is Bruka, the leader of the Ice Giants, who clearly has an eye for Dale as well and pronounces her to be his slave, and it is obvious her duties are not to include cleaning floors. At one point, when she rebuffs his crude come-ons by throwing dishes at him, he comments, "Bruka likes his women rough, but not TOO rough."
* In the first episode of ''WesternAnimation/AllHailKingJulien'', King Julien asks [[ActionGirl Clover]] to help him repopulate the kingdom.
** In the last episode, Julien and Maurice are both wearing a pantomime-horse-style fossa costume, inside which Julien's behind is pressed against Maurice's face. Maurice bursts out of the costume, upon which Julien orders him to "get back inside me right now!"
* Even ''WesternAnimation/ThomasTheTankEngine'' got something through, according to WordOfGod. Try saying "Sodor Fuel" out loud. (You may need a British accent.) [[spoiler:"Sod off, you all".]]
* ''{{Jem}}'':
** At the end of "There's A Melody Playing" Jem inexplicably starts pole dancing on the mic and gives the "camera" a sultry look.
** During the same episode during "There Ain't Nobody Better" Pizzazz sings the lines "Don't you like what you see" while shaking her butt. The camera ''pans down'' to her butt when she does that.
** The song "Who Is He Kissing?" contains the lyrics "Who is he kissing/Me or her/Or is he making love to a fantasy?" You can argue they're using the [[HavingAGayOldTime old timey]] meaning of 'making love' but that doesn't make much sense for an 80s pop star.
** The series makes it obvious Minx is upset she can't easily bed Rio and she keeps on trying to woo him, and failing because he's in love with Jerrica. Speaking of Minx, one episode has her trying to [[DrivenToSuicide kill herself]].
** Everything about Stormer's and Kimber's relationship in "The Bands Break Up". It's very heavy on romantic subtext. In the Misfits-Holograms duo song Pizzazz outright tells Stormer that Kimber will "break your heart in two", which isn't really something you say to friends.
** Out of context "I Like Your Style" sounds like Pizzazz wants to sleep with the person. Taken in context she's trying to encourage Jetta to join their band.
** "Come On In, The Water's Fine" is another Jem song considered [[IntercourseWithYou pretty suggestive]] by many fans.
** The Stingers is made up of Riot, Minx, and Rapture. The last two StageNames raise eyebrows. It could be argued that "Rapture" refers to the Biblical event due to Rapture being a NewAge scam artist however one dub changed her name to "Ecstasy".
** There is a reoccuring band named "The Limp Lizards" that appears when the writers need a random band besides the main ones.
* ''Franchise/EverAfterHigh'':
** The Wonderland subplot is one giant metaphor for war refugees. Basically, a group of foreign kids with odd customs and their own language are transferred unexpectedly into Ever High. It turns out that they're fleeing from the murderous tyrant who nearly conquered their homeland and poisoned it with nucl- ''magic''. The children sought shelter in a different country, but many were forced to leave their families behind.
* In the ''Robin Hood: Mischief in Sherwood'' episode "The Five Puppets" to avoid being spotted by the Sheriff's sons, Robin hides under Marian's dress and John and Tuck hide under Scarlett's. After the Sheriff's sons are out of sight and the guys come out of hiding, the guys and the girls exchange awkward looks. Oh, and these versions of the characters are kids.
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