21 Great Censored-for-TV Lines


censored lines for tvThe workplace is like Network TV in that you can’t swear or be inappropriate. So if you’re looking to vent frustration, but want to do it appropriately, take some inspiration from this list of lines from movies that were edited for TV.

Note: Since this is a SFW blog, I’m not going to share what the original lines were; you’ll just have to use your imagination.

21 Great Censored-for-TV Lines

  1. “You are one ugly maggot farmer.” – Predator
  2. “Frank, leave it alone, you silly barstool.” – Hot Fuzz
  3. “Fuzzy aliens are taking over our school.” – The Faculty
  4. “Funky police.” – Pineapple Express
  5. “This town is like one great big chicken waiting to get plucked.” – Scarface
  6. “Jeeper’s Creepers, that thing’s real?” – The Matrix
  7. “Right on my sandwich after you kiss it.” – Dumb & Dumber
  8. “Give me my burger-sandwich.” – Good Will Hunting
  9. “I’m an inconsiderate pine.” – Liar Liar
  10. “I’m going to kick your rump.” – Bring It On
  11. “Hand me the keys you fairy godmother.” – Unusual Suspects
  12. “The price is wrong, BOBBY.” – Happy Gilmore
  13. “This whole Friday sucks.” – Tango & Cash
  14. “Slug in a ditch.” – The Hard Way
  15. “Motivator, please.” – Resident Evil: Apocalypse
  16. “You scumbums couldn’t close an umbrella.” – Smokey and the Bandit
  17. “Cotton balls!” – Old School
  18. “Put down that TV before I blow your gosh darn knees off, egg roll.” – Police Academy
  19. “Oh yeah? Well, you’re  a froggin’ ashpole!” – There’s Something About Mary
  20. “I have had it with these monkey-fightin’ snakes on this Monday-to-Friday plane.” – Snakes on a Plane

And last but not least:

  1. “Yippie-kay-yay, Mr. Falcon.”
    Or “Yippie-kay-yay, Melon Farmer.”
    Or “Yippie-kay-yay, Merry Christmas.” – Die Hard

Inspired by this thread on reddit.

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