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So what will be edited?
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all 259 fucks
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DKwaPSkjXp0
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>>101469824
all of it. I don't even want to see it on adult swim. They say fuck every other word. fucking aside most of it will be raped and murdered of it's roots meh....or I'm wrong we will see.
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>>>/co/
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>>101470171
How does content rating legislation work in America? I heard there was a "fuck rule" where something will automatically be rated R because they said fuck too many times. How fucking retarded can a country be?
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>>101469824
the entire twins arc

toonami originally didnt air the episode of Cowboy Bebop when he kills the kid
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>>101469951
>259 fucks / 24, 20 minute episodes
>1 fuck every 1 minute 51 seconds
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>>101470439
Found it.
>G rated films usually can have language beyond polite (i.e. "heck", "rats", "dang", "darn", and "fart"), but never with profanity. PG rated films may have mild profanity (i.e. "ass" and "shit"). PG-13 rated films may contain up to four "harsher sexually derived words (such as fuck)", provided that the word is used as an expletive and not with a sexual meaning. However, if a character in a film says one of those words more than four times, it is routine today for the film to receive an R rating. In addition, the word "motherfucker" is apparently not allowed to be spoken at all in films rated lower than R; when it is used, the expletive part is always cut out, usually by a loud sound. Any explicit and grotesque sexual dialogue will require an NC-17 rating; in some cases, an R rated film will contain some strong sexual dialogue.

>However, if a character in a film says one of those words more than four times, it is routine today for the film to receive an R rating.

Fucking hell.
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Adult Swim doesn't censor their media.
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>>101470881

I call bullshit on that. Borat, Bruno, Zach and Miri make a porno, and countless other R titles have explicit and grotesque sex dialogue, but are not given the NC17 lable.



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