3-2-1 Penguins!: Take these lyrics from "Fair and Square" out of context and try to see how it doesn't sound sexual in any way.
Kevin: When you do that thing. Zidgel, Midgel, and Fidgel: Thingy, thingy, thingy, oh!
Aaahh!!! Real Monsters: The episode "Monsters Are Real" has Ickis freak out because a human photographs him. What's odd is that he describes it as a human "flashing" him, which takes on rather risqué implications when taken out of context.
The Absent-Minded Professor Von Schlemmer had a moment of the sort in Adventures of Sonic the Hedgehog. Robotnik has him tied up, and he asks him what he can do to get Von Schlemmer's invention to work. He replies "I'll never tell you...unless, of course, you fiendishly torture me." Er...
In the comic book adaptation of The Amazing Chan and the Chan Clan episode 1, Henry thinks, "Stanley's getting hot for action—and so am I!". Henry meant they were getting eager to catch the crook, but such words are way too easy to take out of context.
Animaniacs: Much like Stewie Griffin on Family Guy, Wakko speaks with a regional English accent, but uses American slang, including "fanny," which in the United States refers to the buttocks. In the United Kingdom, however, "fanny" is a crude term for a woman's genitals (which is why those waist packs that tourists wear are called "bum packs" in the United Kingdom, because a "fanny pack" — as they are known in America — would sound gross and inappropriate to British ears).
Another instance of slang which failed to cross over, this time spoken in an American accent: The line "persistent little buggers," spoken in "Critical Condition". In the United States, "bugger" referred to someone or something that's bothersome. In the United Kingdom, it's used to refer to sodomy (anal sex, though older definitions describe "sodomy" as any sex act that isn't "penis goes into vagina" and, therefore, considered deviant, meaning that oral sex and jacking someone off also counted. In a lot of places, "sodomy" was or is considered a crime).
In "Nightmares and Daydreams", Aang's cover-up when he comes out of his hallucination about kissing Katara:
Katara: What were you dreaming about? Aang: Uh...living underwater?
The entirety of the episode "The Drill". Okay, so this massive long metal thing is attempting to breach "the impenetrable city" for the purpose of allowing soldiers to pour in and conquer it, only for Our Heroes to build the pressure inside of it and cause it to collapse, spewing thick, sticky wet stuff onto everybody. Nope, nothing suggestive at all.
In "Return to Omashu," when Azula attempts to recruit Ty Lee for her mission:
Ty Lee: But the truth is, I'm really happy here! I mean, my aura has never been pinker! Azula: I'll...take your word for it.
In "The Firebending Masters", Sokka starts saying to Zuko and Aang, "Hey jerks! Can I watch you two jerks do your jerk bending?"
The very term "bender" invokes this in viewers all over Britain.
Baby Huey: In the end of "Starting From Hatch", when Huey is reunited with his real mother after spending most of the short with a hungry fox that he think is his mom, he says "I'm a luckiest duck in the world! I've got TWO mommies!"
In "Cat Scratch Fever", Batman notices that Catwoman is running a high fever. Even in her condition, she can't resist taking advantage of his turn of phrase:
Batman: You're hot. Catwoman:Now you notice....
Ben's City: Many. Especially when Ben murmurs something sexy to his girlfriend, and then it cuts to a shot of Henry Wallet answering to a completely different matter, yet what he says sounds... strangely fitting with what was said just before.
Ben: [to his girlfriend] Oh, I'm so gonna kiss your belly... Henry: [Talking about archipellagos and how Ben could go on vacation to one located farther] You can go a little lower than that, Ben.
Ben 10: Alien Force has Kevin uttering the line "I don't know if I can pound your Grandma!" He means he's unsure he can fight her ...but still.
Blue's Clues: We never find out what the book Steve reads in one episode (the book is called "A Really Great Book"), and he's very into it...what is that book about!?
Diddy:Yes means no and no means yes, it should be rather obvious!
The title of the episode "A Thin Line Between Love and Ape". It's supposed to be a pun on "a thin line between love and hate", but... what else does "ape" rhyme with?
In Dora the Explorer, there is an episode where Dora and Boots find a 'magic stick' that only works on the highest hill (climax). When they reach the highest hill, a fountain of white...sparks...shoots out from the tip of the magic stick, falls over the hill, and FERTILIZES the ground with flowers and grass.
The Dragon Prince: When King Harrow and Viren fight, Harrow demands for Viren to get on his knees before him and service him like a servant. The words were bad enough, but then Viren actually gets on his knees and the camera angle worsen the situation.
Dragon Tales: Just check out this little gem from "Goodbye Little Caterpoozle":
Ord: You kissed a caterpoozle!
Wheezie: It's no worse than kissing a brother! (kisses Zak on the cheek)
In-universe example; In The Movie, we had the sextant.
In "An Ed in a Bush", Sarah told Ed this:
Mom says to come out of the closet, Ed.
Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends: When Mac, Bloo, and Cheese are building their go-cart, Bloo mentions about Cheese screwing everything up. How does Cheese respond? "Nuh-uh, I'm screwing the wheel!"
Gravity Falls: The Liliputtians are a small group of creatures that control the balls in a mini golf course. Franz the Liliputtian tells Dipper and Mabel, "We control the balls!", which would have a different meaning if taken out of context.
In one episode, her sidekick, Ron, was named Homecoming King, along with Bonnie. As part of his duties, he made an appearance at a local fire station, wearing a full uniform and holding a hose. As part of a photo opportunity, Bonnie held onto Ron. At which point Ron unleashed a torrent of water from his fire hose.
Kim also offered a pre-boyfriend Ron the ultimate ride (she was talking about extreme bobsledding). The Fanon quite enjoyed that one.
Littlest Pet Shop (2012): In the episode Grounded Brittany yells at her chaffeur and tells him to "deal with the wet girl" [Blythe]. More so as the chaffeur is Roger, Blythe's father.
The very title of the French seriesLoliRock. Word of God is that the first part of the name comes from "LOL", but nonetheless the writers should have thought twice before making the title of a show about young girls LoliRock. Although it is too soon to say if it does good or bad for the show's popularity, it has been quite noted, and in fact most of the people who saw the previews in Disney Channel immediately broke laughing for the connotations.
"Get in the sack, Evil Twin. I've got plans for you."
In the Valentine's Day episode of The Magic School Bus, Wanda mistakenly thinks she overhears Ms. Frizzle talking on the phone to her Valentine (actually an electrician she's hired to repair her doorbell), and excitedly tells the other kids, "She said, 'I'd just love for you to come over and ring my bell!' "
Mama Mirabelles Tierkino (the English title is Mama Mirabelle's Home Movies), a German educational series about animals (the target audience is 0-5 years old), had one whole episode about tails. The problem is that "tail" is a pretty common expression for... a certain part of male anatomy in German. So there was one episode about animals talking about how long their tails are and what great things they can do with their tails.
"A tail is a wonderful invention."
"Show your tail to everyone in our great "Tail Parade"!"
Baron Vain: (giddy) "Ooohh! Lacey Shadows, my faaaaav~vorite!"
Which was taken to its logical extreme in the porn parody, where Baron uses the exact same line right before he bangs her.
The Mr. Men Show Mr. Grumpy to a squirrel in the Camping episode: "Go and nibble your own nuts!"
The Most Important Person, a series of 1970s educational shorts, featured a sub-series of five episodes each about one of the five senses. The Touching episode, set in the Land of Touch, is absolutely overflowing with accidental innuendo.
One fan decided to look a little too far into the scene in "De Plane! De Plane!" when Candace and Jeremy crash into each other in the dried up pool. The results were, reportedly, scarring, though the video has since been taken down.
In one brief moment in "Spa Day", we see Candace and Stacy both relaxing in a hot tub. The same hot tub.
Perry trying to go through the rubber hose to get into his lair in "Thaddeus and Thor". His movement combined with that noise...Yeah...
When Linda calls Candace near the end of "Lawn Gnome Beach Party of Terror!", Candace's practically orgasmic voice really turns the conversation straight to this.
Linda: Candace, is everything okay?
Candace: Oh, everything is just wonderful.
Linda: And... Phineas and Ferb? What are they doing?
"Benson's gonna drop his BALLS when he sees how good we set up these chairs. He's gonna be all like, 'Oh no, my gumballs.'".
Bowdlerization: In the UK, the first line is changed to "Benson's gonna drop his gumballs when he sees how good we set up these chairs." Interestingly enough, Benson being called a "crazy slop jockey" by a bratty birthday kid and the part where Muscle Man and High-Five Ghost retrieve the clown and horse for the party (with heavy implications that the clown is hungover) wasn't cut in the UK and the American version doesn't cut the "Benson's gonna drop his balls..." line.
In "Skips Strikes":
Benson: Who would of thought that a mandatory team building activity would get us to the championship?
Mordecai: Thanks to my power hook!
Rigby: No way! Thanks to my atomic fireball!
Benson: And because of my *chuckles* backup balls!
"Carmenita's special parts should only be manipulated by a professional."
In the Rankin/Bass Productions cartoon Rudolph's Shiny New Year, the title character and his friends search for Happy, the baby New Year. There is much discussion, therefore, of "little Happy." And in the last couple of scenes, which take place as a clock strikes midnight, there is quite a bit of talk of how many "bongs" they have left to go.
Rugrats: In the PS1 video game Rugrats: Search for Reptar, this trope pops up during the Golf game stage:
Tommy: "We just gotta get the balls in the hole, and we'll get a whole mountain of ice cream!"
Not helped by the questionable look of Ice Cream Mountain itself.
From episode 11: "Nothing says I love you like 200 feet of parachute cord and a cargo net!" Looks like Freddy is also into bondage.
In the first few episodes of Season 2 Daphne goes on and on about how she found a "real man," one who isn't obsessed with traps over her. Comedy gold.
In the episode "E. Pluribus Wiggum" of The Simpsons, the Mayor says to a crying food mascot, "No one likes weepy meat." Which is followed almost immediately by Homer saying, "Where will I ditch my kids in a pit of dirty balls?"
Sol (talking about selling frozen meatsicles at a local fair): "The long weekend's coming. And we should come too. With our meats. Right into people's mouthes!"
There was also an Overly Long Gag where Sol burst into a classroom (the wrong classroom, mind you) full of children where the teacher had just talked about "bad touches". He wanted to perform the coin-behind-the-ear trick with a hot dog to the class, so he repeatedly asked the children to "help [him] make [his] meat disappear". This understandably terrified the entire class, while Sol was completely oblivious to the fact.
Played with on South Park when Cartman starts a Christian rock band in "Christian Rock Hard". His lyrics talk about stuff like wanting to please Jesus and feeling His salvation all over his face, or thinking that Jesus looks kinda hot up on the cross.
Executive: We were looking over some of your lyrics, uh... "I want to walk hand-in-hand with Jesus on a private beach for two./I want him to nibble on my ear and say 'I'm here for you.'" It seems you really love Christ. Cartman: Yes, we sure do. Executive: No, but it appears you are actually... in love with Christ. (awkward pause) Cartman: Well, what are you saying? That you don't really love Christ?? Executive: Well, uh, of course I do. I mean, I just— Cartman: Well, what's the difference?! You love Christ, you're in love with Christ, I mean, uh, what the heck is this?? Executive: Uh, we'd just like to make sure the bands we sign are in it for God, and not for the money. Cartman: I resent that, sir! I have never in my life done anything just for the money! If I'm lying, may the Lord strike me down right now. Butters: Uh, oh...
"It will be just like a sleepover! Only we will be sweaty and covered in GREASE!" There's a LOT more where that came from.
The entire episode of "The Smoking Peanut".
One title card in "Shanghaied" reads: "A Few Inches Later". Think about that.
There's the episode "No Free Rides", where Spongebob tells Mrs. Puff, "See you next Tuesday". note CUNext Tuesday.
The episode "Krusty Dogs" and its many, many references to "weiners".
An episode of Squirrel Boy is called the Rod squad because the "leader" of the team is named Rodney. And, ironically, there is a girl on that team. Intentional or not, there are no nut jokes in this show.
In the song I love Custard from the 2003 Strawberry Shortcake episode Here Comes Pupcake. The title of the song itself is a little cringe-worthy as-is, but the absolute gold has to be the line I could eatmyCustardwitha spoon, sung by Strawberry Shortcake.
"Donatello does machines!". Made even more hilarious by the fact that he's the only turtle without an official Love Interest.
The end of the first act of "The Lost Queen Of Atlantis" has a freeze frame of Shredder taking a magic amulet off of April while she's being restrained, which from the angle of the shot looks like he's grabbing April's breastand maniacally laughing at the same time.
There was an air freshener (pizza-scented, naturally) that depicted the turtles sharing a box of pizza with April, accompanied by the message "Chicks dig guys who eat out!"
In the season 1 episode, James and the Coaches we get this:"
James' Driver: You've banged the coaches hard enough to make a leak in anything.
In the episode "Pop Goes the Diesel." Diesel is trying to shunt some very old freight cars that refuse to move. He growls and starts jerking the freight cars, who begin moaning. A very characteristic moaning that's especially suggestive in the American version narrated by George Carlin.
One episode, "Donald's Duck" features the following line. "That night, Donald's driver and fireman got busy." This results in an egg appearing in the shed.
Emily's very proud of her big, um, "wheels".
The ThunderCats (2011) episode "Omens Part One" sees adoptive brothers Lion-O and Tygra act out a longstanding Sibling Rivalry by competing in a racing Chase Fight game, the object of which is to climb a tree and ring a bell while fighting off one's competitor. Lion-O announces that he'll ring the bell, whereupon Tygra replies "And I'm gonna ring yours," smiling and tipping a wink. The series' fans, oblivious to the phrase's usage in sport (Tygra has threatened to beat Lion-O into a concussion), and remembering that Tygra has previously smiled and winked to explicitly flirt, seized on the exchange's oddly sexual undertone to launch a Not Blood SiblingsHo YayShipping.
Jack saying he cares about Arcee because she was "his first" can be taken several ways he hopefully did not intend. This isn't helped when Jack's mother comments that Arcee "isn't the kind of girl I imagined him ditching me for".
D.N.G.S., specifically, how it's pronounced ("din-gus"), prompting the Youtube comment "Silas really wants Fowler's Dingus".
In The Trap Door, Berk uses the word 'bonking' as a term for hitting monsters. Considering the other meaning of 'bonking'...
Also, 'I'm gonna stick this implement right up 'is tube!'
The episode Moany Boni, where skull Boni got a body, was full of this stuff. 'Berk, look at my body!' 'Hello, Boni, I like your body!' and, when Boni sees a clone of his skull self in his alcove, 'There's a very rude head in my hole!'
Wacky Races: One of Penelope Pitstop's in-car gadgets is labeled "vibrator". (Actually it's a vibro-masseur.)