50 Strangest Censored Movie Lines

Juno (2007)

Original Line: “I'd like to kick that Bleeker kid right in the wiener.”

Edited Version: “I'd like to kick that Bleeker kid right in the knee.”

Shaun Of The Dead (2004)

Original Line: “It's not hip hop, it's Electro. Prick... Next time I see him, he's dead.”

Edited Version: “It's not hip hop, it's Electro. Prink... Next time I see him, he's dead.”

What is this prink you speak of?

Major League (1989)

Original Line : "Strike this mother fucker out!"

Edited Version: “Strike this guy out!”

Particularly strange because the word 'guy' was dubbed in by an entirely different person, making the line sound even more disjointed and weird.

Office Space (1999)

Original Line: “We get caught laundering money, we're not going to white-collar resort prison. No, no, no. We're going to federal POUND ME IN THE ASS prison.”

Edited Version: “We get caught laundering money, we're not going to white-collar resort prison. No, no, no. We're going to federal POUND YOU INTO ASH prison.”

So. Freakin. Close.

(We assume they don't mean Ash from Alien .)

Clueless (1995)

Original Line : “Besides, the PC term is 'Hymenally challenged'.”

Edited Version: “Besides, the PC term is 'hermetically-challenged'.”

Sure, it makes sense (a hermetic seal is airtight), but it's not half as funny. Or dirty.

The Naked Gun (1988)

Original Line: Frank: “Nice beaver.”
Jane: “Thank you. I just had it stuffed.”

Edited Version: Frank: “Nice one.”
Jane: “Thank you. I just had it stuffed.”

Snooooore...

Kill Bill: Vol 1 (2003)

Original Line: “My name is BUCK, and I like to FUCK!”

Edited Version: “My name is BUCK, and I like to PARTY!”

If that's all greasy old Buck really got up to in that hospital we'd sleep a lot safer at night.

West Side Story (1961)

Original Line: "My father is a bastard / My ma's an SOB / My grandpa's always plastered / My grandma pushes tea"

Edited Version: "My daddy beats my mommy / My mommy clobbers me / My grandpa is a commie / My grandma pushes tea"

Because using profanity in verse is still using profanity...

RoboCop (1987)

Original Line: "Once I even called him... 'asshole'."

Edited Version: “Once I even called him... a lot worse.”

In the TV version of RoboCop , blood and violence is OK, but saying 'asshole' is simply one step too far

Predator (1987)

Original Line: “Bullshit!”

Edited Version: “Baloney!”

Is an Arnold Schwarzenegger without four letter words still cool? Only when he's yelling about reconstituted meat.