Top 10 Banned Cartoons From underage drinking to mentioning someone who's appearance must not be shown We countdown our list for the TOP 10 BANNED CARTOONS
Number 10."One Beer",Tiny ToonsEdit
Elephant Issues is the third episode of the second season of Tiny Toon Adventures, and the 68th episode overall.One of the third segment titled;"One Beer" was criticized for it'sdrinking content.
Buster asks Plucky and Hamton what they'd like to drink. They notice a bottle of beer in the fridge, and Buster thinks they should drink it. Hamton says it's not like Buster to do that, but Buster tells them that today they're going to show the viewers the evils of alcohol. At the park, Buster opens the beer bottle and dares Plucky and Hamton to drink it. Since Hamton claims darers always go first, he makes Buster take the first sip. After taking the first sip, Buster immediately gets drunk. Hamton and Plucky also take sips and get drunk. In their drunk stage, they burp rhythmically and dress like Larry, Darryl, and Darryle, respectively. At Acme Looniversity, they see Babs, Shirley, and Fifi. They are aware they have been drinking and are driven away by their bad breaths and drunkenness. Still drunk, Buster, Plucky and Hamton go do a donut shop and Plucky notices a police car with the keys still in the ignition. They decide to steal the car and go for a joyride. They take the police car to the top of of a mountain, where there is a DANGER ROAD OUT AHEAD sign. They crash through the sign, fall off the mountain and land in a graveyard, where they die and their souls go to heaven. As the cartoon ends, Buster, Plucky, and Hamton take off their angel costumes and hope the kids got the message that drinking is uncool. Buster asks Plucky and Hamton, "Do we get to do a funny episode tomorrow?" and Hamton replies with, "I hope so.".
This episode was banned from future Fox Kids airings due to the third episode segment, One C.L.I.D.E.. Despite this, the episode was eventually included in the Volume 3 DVD set and Beer, which which involved alcohol throughout the episode and depicted Plucky, Buster, and Hamton getting drunk. The other two shorts did not help contribute to the ban, as the first was about Dizzy's addiction to TV and the second was about Monty's discrimination against later aired in reruns on the Hub Network.
Number 9."Partial Terms of Endearment",Family Guy Edit
"Partial Terms of Endearment" is the 21st and final episode of the eighth season of the animated comedy series Family Guy. Directed by Joseph Lee and written by Danny Smith, the episode originally aired on BBC Three in the United Kingdom on June 20, 2010, and has not been allowed to air in the United States on Fox, the original television network of the series, due to its controversial nature. This is the last episode that is presented in standard format, the rest of the series uses high definition format and it is the final episode to have the current opening sequence which was updated during the second season. In the episode, Lois is approached by an old friend from college who asks her to become a surrogate mother. After arguing with her husband Peter who is against the idea, Lois decides to become a gestational carrier and undergoes in vitro fertilisation. However, while Lois is pregnant, the biological parents are killed in an automobile accident. Lois and Peter have to decide whether to abort the fetus, or carry it to term and give the baby up for adoption. Peter attempts to persuade his wife to get an abortion but changes his mind after pro-life activists convince him that abortion is murder. Despite Peter's objections, Lois goes ahead with the abortion.
The episode was banned from airing on the Fox Broadcasting Company due to concerns over its portrayal of the controversial subject of abortion. This is the second episode of Family Guy to be prevented from airing during the episode's respective regular season run; the first episode was the third season's "When You Wish Upon a Weinstein". Unlike that episode, Cartoon Network's adult-oriented block Adult Swim refused to air it upon Fox's request. It was first announced at the 2009 San Diego Comic-Con International.
Critical responses to the episode were mostly positive; critics praised the storyline, cultural references and its assessment of the subject of abortion. The episode was watched in just under a million homes in its original airing in the United Kingdom. Guest performances included Gary Beach, Jackson Douglas, Phil LaMarr, Will Sasso, Julia Sweeney, Wil Wheaton and Michael York, along with several recurring guest voice actors for the series. "Partial Terms of Endearment" was released on DVD in the United States, along with Seth and Alex Almost-Live Comedy Show, on September 28, 2010. Even though this episode was placed at the end of season 8, the episode was placed between "Go Stewie Go" and "Peter-assment" in the UK.
8."Buffalo Gals",Cow and Chicken Edit
Buffalo Gals is a 7a episode from season 2 of Cow And Chicken.