Welcome back to the list of the most inappropriate messages in kids shows. Here in part two, we will have some more obscure kids shows and movies, but we’ll have some you’ll definitely recognize, too. Read below for more!
Number Five: Breasts in The Rescuers
The Rescuers is an uplifting 1977 tale in which heroic little mice ride on the backs of birds with incredible wingspans. But on one particular flight, they pass by a window in which a topless woman can be seen. Only in 1999 was the image discovered – and Disney recalled the movie, wanting to ensure that their fans could still trust the brand name.
Number Four: Fingering in Animaniacs
Anyone who remembers Animaniacs from the 1990’s remembers that it was a pretty wild little show. But you might not remember the episode where Yacko asks Dot to dust for prints, but she returns holding the pop singer Prince in her hands. Yacko says, “no, fingerprints!” But because Dot thinks he means “finger Prince,” she declines and tosses the singer away.
Number Three: Lesbians in Cow and Chicken
In one episode of the strange Cartoon Network show Cow and Chicken, the Buffalo Gals – a masculine-looking female biker club – busts through the front door and begins to chew on carpets. As you probably know, “carpet-muncher” is a slur for lesbians, so one can only guess what the writers were doing in this episode.
Number Two: Innuendo in Chowder
Chowder is not the most well-known kids show, and it ended in 2010. In one episode, Truffles says “it’s time to get cooking” to her husband Mung. Mung’s nose perks up and shakes suggestively before the two walk out of the kitchen and into the bedroom.
Number One: Featuring One of the Most Popular Kids Shows – Grandpa’s Porn in Rugrats
In one episode of the hugely popular 1990’s Nickelodeon show Rugrats, Grandpa rents three movies. Two of them are about Reptar, the Godzilla-type creature. But his personal favorite is Lonely Space Vixens, which he plans to watch after all of the kids go to sleep. It’s porn. Thanks for reading our list of the 10 most inappropriate messages in kids shows.