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The Great Hippo
Would have been better if they used the set of berries side by side, but I imagine that wouldn't have slipped by the censors.

il fiore bel
It slipped all right.

infinite zest
Seems like Nick was the place to get away with those jokes though; I kind of remember Rocko being kinda edgy and adult-oriented but it was NOTHING compared to Ren and Stimpy, or at least not on the surface. Heck, even Rugrats took a more adult approach and didn't shy away from bare asses and diaper humor, not to mention You Can't Do That On Television and the general philosophy that cartoon characters don't necessarily need pants in the first place. I don't know if I saw this particular scene but I remember plenty that were just like this, like a planned parachute landing somewhere between the Disney Afternoon and Liquid Television

Binro the Heretic
Still can't top Heffer & the milking machine.
Or the jacking festival.

The Deliverance parody.

The Spank the Monkey board game.

The No Tell Motel.

The nudist barbecue.

The gay porn shop owning lizards who turn Rocko into an underwear model.

So how badly censored is this show now? I read that in subsequent airings they've edited it to shit in the last few decades.
The Shout Factory! DVD has the edited versions of certain episodes like this one, but at least Leap Frogs (a previously banned episode) survived unscathed.

Another episode that was censored on the official DVD release was the one where Rocko and Heffer go on a road trip (almost the entire No Tell Motel scene was cut). The reason for it is the original master to the episode no longer exists, or it does and Nickelodeon won't release it.

Ironically, this clip is itself a very cleaned up reference to a traditional Cherokee story.

http://archiver.rootsweb.ancestry.com/th/read/CHEROKEE/2006-12 /1166579911

Sorry, Crow not Cherokee, I hadn't read that in years and the web sit eI found it on threw me.

this was a good show. I see now in my wrinkly years that I was wise to like it
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