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"Would the FCC conclude that the movie has sufficient social, artistic, literary, historical or other kinds of value that would protect us from breaking the law?" WOI-TV President Raymond Cole said in a statement appearing on its Web site. "With the current FCC, we just don't know."
Originally posted by James the Lesser
Well, the dif. between South Park and Private Ryan is well, uh, one is a cartoon? SP is aired uncensored at 1 am everynow and then. But still, it isn't a double standard, just going from show to show. A show who says.." # # # #ty # #." and a show that says "What kind of # has god given us?" is different. Up to me neither would be edited, but the one who just says # to say # and the other one who actually uses the word to show emotion is different.
Originally posted by Narain
Hmm..Funny thing is, I could have sworn they showed it unedited about a year ago, too. Was there a problem then?