Meet Creator/{{Nickelodeon}}, the very first kids'-only cable channel. It started out as an educational kids' channel, with ''Pinwheel'' (written by ''Series/SesameStreet'' head writer Lou Berger) as its flagship show. By the mid-1980s, with the Canadian co-production ''Series/YouCantDoThatOnTelevision'', the channel became known for its more colorful, irreverent programming, mostly the game shows and animated series[[note]]both syndicated and in-house[[/note]], but the live-action shows soon followed suit. Not just for kids, though, as clearly shown here.
Specific examples include:
* Radar/AaahhRealMonsters
* Radar/TheAdventuresOfJimmyNeutronBoyGenius
* Radar/AsToldByGinger
* Radar/AvatarTheLastAirbender
** Radar/TheLegendOfKorra
* Radar/BigTimeRush
* Radar/DannyPhantom
* Radar/TheFairlyOddparents
* Radar/FanboyAndChumChum
* Radar/HeyArnold
* Radar/ICarly
* Radar/InvaderZim
* Radar/KaBlam
* Radar/MyLifeAsATeenageRobot
* Radar/TheLoudHouse
* Radar/ThePenguinsOfMadagascar
* Radar/RabbidsInvasion
* Radar/TheRenAndStimpyShow
* Radar/RockosModernLife
* Radar/{{Roundhouse}}
* Radar/{{Rugrats}}
* Radar/SamAndCat - Pre-emptively created ''before the show actually aired'' based on the track record of Creator/DanSchneider with ''Series/{{iCarly}}'' and ''Series/{{Victorious}}''.
* Radar/SanjayAndCraig
* Radar/{{SpongeBob SquarePants}}
** Radar/TheSpongeBobSquarePantsMovie
* Radar/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles2012
* Radar/TuffPuppy
* Radar/{{Victorious}} - Created after ''two'' episodes and really could've got away with it after one.
* ''WesternAnimation/CatDog'':
** This exchange between Rancid Rabbit and Lube, who are [[NewJobAsThePlotDemands working in a fancy restaurant]]:
--->'''Rancid:''' You're with classy people, so show some class!\\
'''Lube:''' (''turns around and drops his pants'')\\
'''Rancid:''' I said ''class!''
** The title card for "Cliff's Little Secret" shows Cliff [[VisualInnuendo coming out of a closet...]]
** In "[=CatDog=] Food," [=CatDog=] are in a hot tub with [[Music/BarryWhite Barry the Baboon]] when Dog asks Barry how often he changes the tub water. Barry responds "what water?"
* ''WesternAnimation/AllGrownUp'':
** In the episode ''Super Hero Worship'', there's a scene where the gang is going into a building. The name of the building escapes me, but you can only see two letters of the name for about 10-15 seconds in the upper-right-hand corner of the screen, and they stand out quite a bit from the rest of the background. Guess which two? H. O.
** One episode had Phil walk in on Lil while she was trying on a ''new bra''. Screaming ensued.
** Remember the infamous "A kid his age should be outside playing with his friends, not sitting alone in his room bopping his Boppo" line Phil once said about Chuckie in the original series? ''All Grown Up'' did have a little ContinuityNod to this on how Angelica once said "Remember when I use to bop your Boppo?" to Chuckie. While one could argue that this is more of an InnocentInnuendo but considering how the original line is often viewed let's just say some viewers were rather amused by this scene.
** In ''Wouldn't It Be Nice?'', an episode where the kids "pretend" marriage for class, quite a few kids (including the main characters) get paired with someone of the same sex.
** The Christmas episode has numerous references to God, and Lil outright states it at one point. There's also a reference to Jesus when Chuckie gets offended by a restaurant's "born in a manager special."
* The first line of the ''WesternAnimation/MrMeaty'' theme song: "All God's creatures, fresh off the grill." [[CrossesTheLineTwice It successfully offended both right-wing Christian groups and left-wing vegetarian and vegan groups.]]
* For its live action ''kids'' shows (especially the Creator/DanSchneider shows): "Oh My God" is gratuitously used by the characters.
* One commercial on Nicktoons Network:
-->Squid's got class\\
[[SubvertedRhymeEveryOccasion Penguins kick...]] [[LastSecondWordSwap butt]]
* This gem from ''WesternAnimation/{{Doug}}'':
-->'''Doug:''' The reason the lava keeps shooting up into the air is because I love you.
* ''Series/DrakeAndJosh''
--> '''Drake:''' Girls are just guys without- *pauses and lets out a short sigh*
* A 2013 Kids' Choice Awards ad features the host (Josh Duhamel) dressed as Music/KatyPerry, shooting whipped cream from a bra.