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The show almost always kept to BloodlessCarnage. Regardless of how much killing went on, they never showed blood and gore, except in these two scenes and when Riff Tamson was blowing up some guys and he himself was blown up. The avoidance of blood was precisely to keep the show safe from the censors, so any deviation upwards on the brutality scale is getting crap past the censors. Again, it\'s not scenes of the killing and the cutting of the arm, themselves that got past the radar. That as you said it \
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The show almost always kept to BloodlessCarnage. Regardless of how much killing went on, they never showed blood and gore, except in these two scenes and when Riff Tamson was blowing up some guys and he himself was blown up. The avoidance of blood was precisely to keep the show safe from the censors, so any deviation upwards on the brutality scale is getting crap past the censors. Again, it\\\'s not scenes of the killing and the cutting of the arm, themselves that got past the radar. That as you said it \\\"just the show being mature\\\". \\\'\\\'\\\'It\\\'s the blood, and the visible cut end of the wound, with the bone in the middle\\\'\\\'\\\'. And since both were shown very briefly, they even fulfill the \\\"sneaked in\\\" criteria you insist to -which I assume was removed from the description for a reason, and tus no longer a criteria.
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The show almost always kept to BloodlessCarnage. Regardless of how much killing went on, they never showed blood and gore, except in these two scenes and when Riff Tamson was blowing up some guys and he himself was blown up. The avoidance of blood was precisely to keep the show safe from the censors, so any deviation upwards on the brutality scale is getting crap past the censors. \'\'Again, it\'s not scenes of the killing and the cutting of the arm, themselves that got past the radar\'\'. \'\'\'It\'s the blood, and the visible cut end of the wound, with the bone in the middle.\'\'\' And since both were shown very briefly, they even fulfill the \
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The show almost always kept to BloodlessCarnage. Regardless of how much killing went on, they never showed blood and gore, except in these two scenes and when Riff Tamson was blowing up some guys and he himself was blown up. The avoidance of blood was precisely to keep the show safe from the censors, so any deviation upwards on the brutality scale is getting crap past the censors. Again, it\\\'s not scenes of the killing and the cutting of the arm, themselves that got past the radar. That as you said it \\\"just the show being mature\\\". \\\'\\\'\\\'It\\\'s the blood, and the visible cut end of the wound, with the bone in the middle\\\'\\\'\\\'. And since both were shown very briefly, they even fulfill the \\\"sneaked in\\\" criteria you insist to.
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