Discussion in 'The Howard Stern Show' started by The Booey, Mar 15, 2016.
I'm still not used to hearing "shit" on basic cable.
The potato made me laugh out loud.
They're saying 'fuck' on FX now. On the OJ show.
Red Band trailer=FUCK
An R rated CGI movie lol. Another bomb from Sony.
When it's not being played on broadcast TV or in a theater showing a PG-13, PG, or G movie
...and it looks funny. Adult cartoons have done well on TV, seems like it makes sense
I guess the only real question here is whether or not Seth Rogen has figured out some premise by which animated groceries will be able to get stoned.
Looks interesting. Though it looks like they're falling into the John Oliver trap of overusing "fucking" as an adjective just because they can, sort of loses its impact.
They say "fuck" in trailers for new porn all the time. Examples: "Fuck my wet pussy!", "Fuck that ass!", "Fuck yeah!", "Oh, my fucking God!"
From what I observe, they seem to have pretty much given up on shielding kids from anything. What with the internet and all. I hear dick references on prime time shows all the time.
You didn't notice the toking part in the trailer?
No, sorry - didn't make it all the way through.
They should never give away the main joke of the movie but they always do.
As a parent of young children, I wish they'd watch what was put on the on demand commercials. I go to the on demand screen to find a movie and my six year old is pissing himself because the ash vs evil dead trailer was on. I'm not opposed to swearing, sex or violence on tv, but there's got to be a little common sense involved. My 3 & 6 year old don't need to see ash kicking deadite ass while I'm searching for sesame street.
That Oreo's whole ass was falling off.
Two and a Half Men always had at least one joke that made me raise my eyebrows. "The censors were okay with that joke?"
You're crazy. Seth will come in for his bimonthly visit to the Stern show and Howard's legions of fans will make it number one.
When did they start saying fuck? How the fuck would I know.
Havent they always ran a thing before the preview that says "the following preview is rated _____ for _____ audiences.." Like not suitable for people under 13, 18 etc.