'Yippee Ki-Yay, Mr. Falcon': The Best Edited-for-TV Movie Lines

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"I have had it with these monkey-fighting snakes on this Monday to Friday plane."

That's Samuel J. Jackson's iconic line from 2006's campy Snakes on a Plane, as it aired on broadcast TV. To be clear, those are not the words used in the film.

It's an example of R-rated film dialogue falling victim to FCC filtering when movies are edited for television. Gawker has a brilliant compilation of the best edited-for-TV movie lines, including the hilarious dubbing of dialogue from Die Hard, The Departed, Casino, and more.





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