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Yeah. Move any good examples to Parental Bonus and cut this one.
Radar.Star Vs The Forces Of Evil has a lot of examples, but also this:
Since none of the other examples are specifically stated to be this trope, the page can be cut and these examples moved.
Well, those are all creator-acknowledged, so they can stay, although I'm not certain that they count as things that ought to have been censored but weren't.
Edited by Fighteer on Mar 7th 2019 at 11:19:56 AM
Sent the page to the cutlist but was declined, so I thought I'd move examples to their respective Recap page under the appropriate trope, and ask about the rest here.
For Season 1:
Found this on Radar.Disney
A Goofy Movie:
This does not apply because "butt" is a word that's funny for children, there it's not inappropriate, which means crap never got past the radar.
Edited by Playing_with_boy on Mar 10th 2019 at 3:53:48 AM
Correct. Cut it.
There aren't many examples on Radar.Loli Rock, so I thought I'd post it here before sending it to the cutlist.
Yeah, the title of the show is an Accidental Innuendo, but there's so much more Radar stuff to be covered.
What rating is the work? Absolutely none of those sound inappropriate enough to be censored in anything rated T or above.
Is the idea of killing someone inherently censored in TV-Y? I don't think so. Unless there's any indication that those were intentionally slipped past the radar, cut.
I've made a sandbox for Radar.Garfield, to sort out the examples.
Can Johnny Bravo be said to have any examples? The radar subpage explicitly says "The fact that this show existsnote as its premise is about an Elvis Presley-sounding womanizer constantly trying to get laid is already getting crap past the radar", which is definitely misunderstanding the trope.
How about moving it all to Parental Bonus?
So Radar.The Simpsons is gone altogether?
So where can we put the somewhat-hidden dirty jokes where we don't have to worry about whether or not they've "gotten past" a "radar?"
You don't. They are not tropes. They are not Parental Bonus, since the work is already aimed at adults.
Edited by Fighteer on Mar 18th 2019 at 3:33:34 PM
At best, they might go under subtext tropes or Funny subpages.
TV Tropes is (partially) about listing examples of tropes. It's not about adding funny content from works to a site for people to read.
They may go under Double Entendre or Does This Remind You of Anything?.
What do you think about Radar.Avatar The Last Airbender. Here's my take:
The main page for Dogs Love Fire Hydrants contains the sentence "Though not always stated outright the fact that they enjoy marking their territory on them is rarely denied, even if it means Getting Crap Past the Radar". However, I thought Toilet Humour didn't count as radar.
Not even close.
Anyway, for Radar.Avatar The Last Airbender, I think The Fortune Teller and The Drill could count. In the case of The Southern Raiders, the only thing that seems to be evading notice is the pun on "got laid", which can count if that phrase isn't allowed.
South Park has these examples...
Pretty sure South Park is as adult as any of the other cut shows. If Beavis and Butthead and The Simpsons can't have examples, why should South Park?
Edited by Klavice on Mar 27th 2019 at 3:18:39 AM
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