Monday, December 28, 2009

Jimmy Kimmel: This Decade in Unnecessary Censorship

According to the Huffington Post website comedy section
Jimmy Kimmel is no fan of the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), the regulatory body in charge of policing the airwaves. Each week he mocks their job by doing a segment called "This Week In Unnecessary Censorship," that takes normal every day language and uses censorship to make it seem lewd or inappropriate. As a result everything from "Sesame Street" to CNN comes out dirty...and hilarious.

On last Friday, Kimmel compiled the decade's best clips. It includes clips of Obama, Hillary, and even the Cookie Monster and other mupphets.

I never knew they were so rude, lewd and needed to be censored?

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