Wait, bleeped profanity? There a few cases of swearing getting through the censors on kids animation, but very few that have bleeped profanity.
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The purpose of the article is to point out all ages cartoons that had bleeped profanity or makes reference to it.
Spongebob Squarepants: Sailor Mouth, which has Spongebob and Patrick using all known profane words (albeit with sound effects like a dolphin chirp or honking).
Rugrats: Destination Moon, the babies were in the garage think Lou's new camper was a spaceship. After Stu and Didi find them, Stu gets bit on his finger by Chuckie (who mistaked Stu as and alien with a tentacle). A bit after Chuckies afraid Stu is mad as he never heard him saying "those words" before.
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Rugrats had the episode where Angelica learns to swear, which was bleeped out by random sounds (a horn honking, her mother screaming, etc). Spongebob later had an episode just like it.
Animaniacs and Mighty Max have both gotten 'Hell' past the censors. (A! by doing a MacBeth rendition and MM using the term 'Hell on Wheels')
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Tiny Toons: Fowlmouth's various tirades.
Didn't they also do "War is Hell" and "Damn the Torpedoes" on Histeria?
Wasn't there some character on Tiny Toons whose dialouge was filled with bleeped out swear words? I remember cause watching an episode that featured that character, I only realized halfway through that he wasn't just some guy making sound effects, like a really poor version of that character from Police Academy.
There was an episode of Baby Looney Tunes where they heard a swear, but it was covered up with a squeeky sound. There a similuar episoed of Power Puff Girls
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In the SPongebob movie, Plankton said that Mr. Krabs left a piece of "damning evidence"
at the scene. ALthough it isn't quite a cuss word, it is the first time I have heard that word used in a cartoon.
Also, in Aladdin, when Aladding appears to Jafar in the throne room, Iago says what sounds like "Awk! What the he.." but Jafar cuts him off b/f he can finish the word. The attempt to muffle the word, though, inadvertantly winds up sounding like th -ll ending to the word. A similar thing happens TLK, when Timon says to Pumbaa, "Jeez, why do I always have to save your..AAAAHH!" Again, the way the dialogue was edited makes it sound like he says "ass"
In a phenomenon that can be called the reverse of the American anime craze, Scooby-Doo is developing a cult following in Nihon. No...seriously...
In Japan, are Spongebob and his friends more likely to be seen on TV or on a menu in a restaurant?
The was Fowlmouth, and he was mentioned above.Originally Posted by FinnMacCool
It's a shame that when the character returned for the Summer Vacation movie he went from actually swearing to just saying "dad-gum" before ever other word.
In a Goofy Movie Max said "my life is a living he-" when a guy came in and said "Hello"
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Rocko's Modern Life did this a couple of times. Most notable is the one in the episode where Filbert had a fake marriage to Rocko to keep him from being deported. They answer the door and go "Who in the hell..(They see its the guy from the deporation office)..lo?"
And that reminds me of an early one...in "Marooned" when Ren opens the tent flap and says "Who the he...?" before stopping.Originally Posted by J.E.Smith
What about the Arthur episode "Bleep"?
The first episode of the SUper Mario Brothers Super Show
Luigi:Mario you have a piece of Spaghetti on your suspenders
*mario looks at Luigi and Luigi plucks the noodle off of Mario's clothes)
Mario: Why **** you Luigi!
or so it was supposedly heard, it's not bleeped out or anything. It should be "Why thank you Luigi" but it doesn't sound like it
I remember that the first season of Robot Jones had some swear words written in graffiti.
Including at least one of the b-words and the f-word.
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A lot of people seem to be mentioning "hell" in this topic. I've never considered "hell" to be a swear word; is it supposed to be? I suppose it doesn't really matter, but then again, I've never considered "crap" to be a swear word, when a lot of people think contrary.
Er, I guess I don't have anything to add to the topic.
In Canada, they sometimes say 'crap' on kids' shows. It's not considered a swear word up here though, and probably not down there either, is it?
Last edited by aalong64; 10-24-2006 at 05:00 PM.
In 6teen someone almost completly said "You stuck up little bi-"
Yes and no. Y7 can get away with it, but they generally try to avoid it.Originally Posted by CaptainPunjab
Hey Arnold has gotten away with saying 'crap' lots of times and in a Games episode of Ren & Stimpy where they go to a museum and Wilbur Cobb tells them the history of the dinosaurs, Ren says crap alot, so I wouldn''t say crap is a swear.
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