Post by Citizen Snips on Jun 17, 2019 18:17:49 GMT -5
I once saw Straight Outta Compton on FX that contained all the strong language intact airing at dinnertime on a weekday...but then saw some of The Wolf of Wall Street on FX late on a Saturday night with the language muted.
i'm watching Shawshank Redemption on A&E right now, and they just did the scene where the real killer talked about murdering Andy's wife, and he says "...and this bitch he was with". less than two minutes later, the warden says "Don't you ever mention money to me again, you sorry son of a [BEEP]!"
so its okay to call someone a "bitch", but you can't call someone a "son of a bitch"
I watched that too. The TV edit was awful, and I have no idea why I didn’t just put the blu ray in
It once took me like 4 hours to watch Summer Rental on TV. Every 6 damn minutes was 10 minutes of commercials.
I agree, but I think the media made a bigger deal about Janet's nipple than most people did.
I was still living in Southeast TX when that happened. Lots of the local churches were freaking out. I am sure if I had been in the area of MS I am in now I would have seen lots of people freaking out over it. Gotta remember from when it started on TV until the show ended no ABC affiliate in MS carried NYPD Blue. The only way to see it was be lucky enough to live near the state line and get an ABC from out of state. Or go to one of the many bars that had a satellite and would have NYPD Blue Tuesdays.
It's odd,now I am mid 40s so I grew up in the late 70s and 80s. My parents had no issue with me seeing some nudity in a film but would rather I not see extreme violence and gore. Where as most of my friends parents were the opposite. They would let their kids rent stuff like Faces of Death,but if the film had even a smidge of nudity they weren't allowed to watch it.
I never knew that about Mississippi, but I never watched NYPD Blue. It aired in my area, but never saw it.