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#26 OFFLINE   Xsabresx

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Posted 11 June 2010 - 12:08 PM

I don't know if TV-MA movies have it or not, but kids probably shouldn't be seeing those anyway, should they?


Fair enough, but "Rob Zombie Presents: The Haunted World of El Superbeasto" doesnt have it either, but "Con Air" does. Basically there doesnt seem to be much rhyme or reason behind what has it and what doesnt.

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#27 OFFLINE   primetime

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Posted 25 June 2010 - 02:55 PM

The descriptions and talking points are pretty funny stuff. I know a few fo the shows they bring up the very worst one time instance of something and make it seem as if it is a regular occurance. Some of the shows that I knew would get lots of warnings were pretty funny, Tosh.O basically lists the swear words that he has bleeped out.

The Parks and Rec warning lists talking with your children about the abuse of power by a powerful bureaucrat in government. I can only guess that they define Leslie Knope or Ron Swanson as a "Powerful Bureaucrat" almost in complete irony with the point of the show.

#28 OFFLINE   Lee L

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Posted 26 June 2010 - 08:36 AM

Yeah, my wife and I have been getting good laughs reading some of these. Read the ones from The Tudors or Nurse Jackie! Also, Dexter was pretty funny since even though we looked at an airing on Showtime, the talked about how this show was super violent and is now running nearly uncut on CBS!!!!! Didn't they do that one summer due to the writers stike and heavily edit the shows? Not that I would want kids watching in any case, but they hardly ran a show with a running time of close to an hour in a 44 or less minnute slot and did not edit the living daylights out f it.


DirecTV, please don't make me have to go back to watching March Madness in standard Def! Oh, and the usual begging for AMC and BBC America. You are so close to actually being the HD Leader.




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