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* ScrewedByTheNetwork: The film got an NC-17 despite Trey and Matt going out of their way not to feature penetration of any kind and no input was given as to what could have been changed to lower the rating. As they later found out, this is unfortunately par-for-the-course of independent movies, as [[WesternAnimation/SouthParkBiggerLongerAndUncut the]] [[Film/TeamAmericaWorldPolice two films]] they've done for Creator/{{Paramount}}, on the other hand, were given a laundry list of possible changes to avoid an NC-17, exposing the MPAA's double standard on censorship (i.e. if it's not making any money for a major studio, they rate it whatever they want. Ironically, it's now owned by a major studio after Creator/{{Universal}} bought Rogue Pictures, the film's distributor).

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* ScrewedByTheNetwork: The film got an NC-17 despite Trey and Matt going out of their way not to feature penetration of any kind and no input was given as to what could have been changed to lower the rating. As they later found out, this is unfortunately par-for-the-course of independent movies, as the [[WesternAnimation/SouthParkBiggerLongerAndUncut the]] two]] [[Film/TeamAmericaWorldPolice two films]] they've done for Creator/{{Paramount}}, on the other hand, were given a laundry list of possible changes to avoid an NC-17, exposing the MPAA's double standard on censorship (i.e. if it's not making any money for a major studio, they rate it whatever they want. Ironically, it's now owned by a major studio after Creator/{{Universal}} bought Rogue Pictures, the film's distributor).


* ScrewedByTheNetwork: The film got an NC-17 despite Trey and Matt going out of their way not to feature penetration of any kind and no input was given as to what could have been changed to lower the rating. As they later found out, this is unfortunately par-for-the-course of independent movies, as [[WesternAnimation/SouthParkBiggerLongerAndUncut the]] [[Film/TeamAmericaWorldPolice two films]] they've done for Creator/{{Paramount}}, on the other hand, were given a laundry list of possible changes to avoid an NC-17, exposing the MPAA's double standard on censorship (i.e. if it's not making any money for a major studio, they rate it whatever they want; and the irony of it all is that this film is now owned by Creator/{{Universal}}, a major studio, because of the purchasing of Rogue Pictures, the films distributor.).

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* ScrewedByTheNetwork: The film got an NC-17 despite Trey and Matt going out of their way not to feature penetration of any kind and no input was given as to what could have been changed to lower the rating. As they later found out, this is unfortunately par-for-the-course of independent movies, as [[WesternAnimation/SouthParkBiggerLongerAndUncut the]] [[Film/TeamAmericaWorldPolice two films]] they've done for Creator/{{Paramount}}, on the other hand, were given a laundry list of possible changes to avoid an NC-17, exposing the MPAA's double standard on censorship (i.e. if it's not making any money for a major studio, they rate it whatever they want; and the irony of it all is that this film is want. Ironically, it's now owned by Creator/{{Universal}}, a major studio, because of the purchasing of studio after Creator/{{Universal}} bought Rogue Pictures, the films distributor.).film's distributor).


* ScrewedByTheNetwork: The film got an NC-17 despite Trey and Matt going out of their way not to feature penetration of any kind and no input was given as to what could have been changed to lower the rating. As they later found out, this is unfortunately par-for-the-course of independent movies, as [[WesternAnimation/SouthParkBiggerLongerAndUncut the]] [[Film/TeamAmericaWorldPolice two films]] they've done for Creator/{{Paramount}}, on the other hand, were given a laundry list of possible changes to avoid an NC-17, exposing the MPAA's double standard on censorship (i.e. if it's not making any money for a major studio, they rate it whatever they want).

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* ScrewedByTheNetwork: The film got an NC-17 despite Trey and Matt going out of their way not to feature penetration of any kind and no input was given as to what could have been changed to lower the rating. As they later found out, this is unfortunately par-for-the-course of independent movies, as [[WesternAnimation/SouthParkBiggerLongerAndUncut the]] [[Film/TeamAmericaWorldPolice two films]] they've done for Creator/{{Paramount}}, on the other hand, were given a laundry list of possible changes to avoid an NC-17, exposing the MPAA's double standard on censorship (i.e. if it's not making any money for a major studio, they rate it whatever they want).want; and the irony of it all is that this film is now owned by Creator/{{Universal}}, a major studio, because of the purchasing of Rogue Pictures, the films distributor.).


* ScrewedByTheNetwork: The film got an NC-17 despite Trey and Matt going out of their way not to feature penetration of any kind and no input was given as to what could have been changed to lower the rating. As they later found out, this is unfortunately par-for-the-course of independent movies, as [[WesternAnimation/SouthParkBiggerLongerAndUncut the]] [[Film/TeamAmericaWorldPolice two films]] they've done for Creator/{{Paramount}}, on the other hand, were given a laundry list of possible changes to avoid an NC-17, exposing the MPAA's double standard on censorship (i.e. if it's not making any money for a major studio, they rate it whatever they want).

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* ScrewedByTheNetwork: The film got an NC-17 despite Trey and Matt going out of their way not to feature penetration of any kind and no input was given as to what could have been changed to lower the rating. As they later found out, this is unfortunately par-for-the-course of independent movies, as [[WesternAnimation/SouthParkBiggerLongerAndUncut the]] [[Film/TeamAmericaWorldPolice two films]] they've done for Creator/{{Paramount}}, on the other hand, were given a laundry list of possible changes to avoid an NC-17, exposing the MPAA's double standard on censorship (i.e. if it's not making any money for a major studio, they rate it whatever they want).want).
* WhatCouldHaveBeen: Matt and Trey originally wanted the movie to be a musical and to this day insist that it should have been, but nobody else thought it was a good idea.


* ScrewedByTheNetwork: The film got an NC-17 despite Trey and Matt going out of their way not to feature penetration of any kind and no input was given as to what could have been changed to lower the rating. As they later found out, this is unfortunately par-for-the-course of independent movies, which the MPAA with dismissively rate whatever while giving studio films a laundry list of things to censor.

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* ScrewedByTheNetwork: The film got an NC-17 despite Trey and Matt going out of their way not to feature penetration of any kind and no input was given as to what could have been changed to lower the rating. As they later found out, this is unfortunately par-for-the-course of independent movies, which as [[WesternAnimation/SouthParkBiggerLongerAndUncut the]] [[Film/TeamAmericaWorldPolice two films]] they've done for Creator/{{Paramount}}, on the MPAA with dismissively rate whatever while giving studio films other hand, were given a laundry list of things possible changes to censor.avoid an NC-17, exposing the MPAA's double standard on censorship (i.e. if it's not making any money for a major studio, they rate it whatever they want).

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* ScrewedByTheNetwork: The film got an NC-17 despite Trey and Matt going out of their way not to feature penetration of any kind and no input was given as to what could have been changed to lower the rating. As they later found out, this is unfortunately par-for-the-course of independent movies, which the MPAA with dismissively rate whatever while giving studio films a laundry list of things to censor.

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