From cartoon characters driving off a cliff to brutally beating a man with an Orb, and to the racist Bugs Bunny episode. Today, we’re going to take a look at the ten band episodes of popular kids cartoons. Stay tuned until the end of the article for one of the most insane cartoon episodes you’ve ever seen. Number Ten Electric Soldier Porridge You’ve most likely heard jokes about Pokemon causing seizures. The fast flashing visuals in one battle scene in Electric Soldier Porrigon caused 685 young viewers to be hospitalized, many of whom were not epileptic but still experienced seizures due to watching it.
The entire episode was banned internationally, despite the fact that the seizure induced scene could easily have been deleted. Poorgon was never seen again on the show, which is a bit unfair, as Pikachu was the one who attacked Poorgon, causing him to have seizures. He hasn’t been kicked off the show. Poor little porrigon. Number Nine One Beer The majority of TV shows aimed towards children or young adults use a reasonable and non exaggerated approach to speak out against drugs and alcohol.
On the other hand, Tiny Tune adventurous creators decided that they didn’t want the show to be like the others. In its category. One Beer is a section from the episode Elephant Issues. In this episode, a lot happens. Buster Plucky and Hampton take turns sipping a bottle of beer to teach children about the evils of alcohol.
The One Beer section may have gone a little too far as they get drunk and drive off a cliff while intoxicated not something you’d want your kids to see. Eight Deadly Force While One Bureau is recognized as one of the worst Tiny Tunes episodes, Deadly Force is one of Gargoyles best episodes, trying to teach kids a valuable lesson, but going a little too far and delivering that lesson for the network sensor’s liking. The episode. Deadly Force dealt with the dangers of guns. Broadway takes Alisa’s gun to play with it after watching a Western, but he accidentally shoots Elisa.
Elisa’s death scenario is just too gruesome as blood pooled in her abdomen. She was shown resting on the ground. An awfully dark one for a Disney cartoon. Number Seven Ren and Stimpy Man’s Best Friend The Ren and Stimpy Show is already controversial due to its dark comedy, adults, jokes and violence. However, Nickelodeon claims that one episode in particular may have gone too far until the exceptionally violent episode in Man’s Best Friend, everything was going smooth.
The chaos begins when Ren and Stimpy are adopted by George Liquor, who teaches them about obedience. Ren loses control and brutally beats a man with an or, nearly killing him. Nickelodeon found the violent Seawoods too much to stand, and the show has never aired. The episode closes with them dancing with the cigar shaped treats. Brutal, right?
Stay tuned till number one to see a cartoon episode that got banned, which everybody loves. Number Six Tailspin Flying Dupes A show that featured characters adapted from Disney’s The Jungle Book suddenly became very dark for one episode. That’s when Disney concluded that Lovable balloon the bear was apparently not the best messenger for enlightening children of the crimes of false flag operations. In the episode, Baloo delivers a package to the home of the foreign leader, not knowing that the box carries a bomb. Later, the foreign leader declares a war that will make high profits for bomb makers.
This episode was considered controversial and the episode was banned due to the terrorist themes. Five The Legend of Dratini If You Didn’t Know six Pokemon episodes were never broadcast in the United States, including The Legend of Dratini. Outside of Japan, the episode was banned because of the extensive use of guns. In several scenes, characters are threatened with guns, including Kaiser, the Safari Zone warden, who points a rifle directly at Ash. Despite the fact that the sequences were all meant to be humorous, four Kids entertainment felt that they were too dark for young audiences.
Unfortunately, the episode’s Band resulted in continuity issues, which confused fans outside of Japan. Ash catches 29 Taros in the Band episode, which was later seen in the following episodes. However, many were baffled as to how Ash managed to catch so many Pokemon. Four Mr. Skinny Legs Well intended messages can sometimes have horrifying consequences depending on where you live.
A British cartoon series, Peppa Pig, featured an episode called Mr. Skinny Legs that aim to teach young viewers that while spiders may appear frightening, they cannot actually harm you. Peppa is terrified by the Spider at the start of the episode. However, at the end of the episode, she’s become friends and has invited him to her tea party. The episode’s message was great in the United Kingdom, but not so much in Australia, home to some of the world’s most dangerous spiders, including the Redback Spider.
Their bites are very painful and have historically been linked with deaths as seen in medical studies. Starting now, things get serious. It’s now time to take a look at the episode where the Bugs Bunny uses racial slurs, a disturbing cartoon that uses dirty jokes, making fun of lesbians, and then finally everyone’s favorite cartoon with glorified, unpunished violence and racism. No. Three Bugs Bunny Nips The Nips Bugs Bunny Nipsey Nips is one of the various cartoons that you should watch not for pure entertainment, but to see the kinds of stereotypes that were prevalent throughout World War II.
This cartoon was created during World War II and reflects America’s attitude towards one of its enemies, Japan. The title of the episode is A Plan. The verb nip, which means to bite and nips is a common slur for Japanese people, as Nippon is the Japanese term for Japan. In this episode, the world’s most renowned rabbit washes up on a Pacific Island where he must fight a horde of stereotyped Japanese soldiers. When Bugs Bunny starts referring to them by racial slurs like Jabs monkey face and slant eyes, things start to go wrong.
Giving the soldiers hand grenades disguised that his ice cream cones is his signature hair raising stunt. Due to its portrayal of the Japanese and violence, the episode has been a source of controversy since the 1960s. Number two, Cowan chicken, Buffalo gals. If you think about it too deeply, Cow and chicken is an alarming show. A cow and a chicken are siblings who were born to human parents.
The humor and gags of cow and chicken were most likely beyond the comprehension of its youthful target audience. One episode in particular, Buffalo gals, went a little too far for television. The infamous cow and chicken episode, which featured harsh and onthe nosed comments making fun of lesbians, Was only broadcast once on television. The Buffalo gals, a bunch of roughlooking girls who ride motorcycles and wear Buffalo helmets, Are introduced in the season two episode. They break into Cowan chickens family house and immediately start shopping on the carpet, their favorite hobby.
The episode is littered with obscene sexual references, many of which are directed at lesbians. When Colin, chickens father gets scared of them, his wife remarks that they’re definitely not after him. The Buffalo gals are shown in a filthy, repulsive and antagonistic light, particularly toward men. Now we move on to the moment you’ve all been waiting for. Number one, Tom and Jerry mouse cleaning.
While Tom and Jerry is a cartoon that almost every child remembers, It has been banned in several places of the world due to its offensive content. Many sequences depicted smoking, alcohol usage, dangerous substance abuse and violence were cut, redubbed or taken off the air entirely. Take a cat and a mouse and let them chase each other around the room. Every Tom and Jerry episode, which first aired in 1940, Followed a similar plot. But what happens if you put them in black face?
That’s what happened in mouse Cleaning, a 1948 film. Tom initially comes out from the pile of cold and blackface after a massive cold at the end of the cartoon. And that’s when Tom tries to talk his way out of trouble while his face is blacked up and cold up. However, the scene was deduced that there was a racial connection. If you didn’t know, blacking up, also known as blackface, is forbidden in the 21st century.
Another episode is the blue cat Blues. Exempt from topical references to suicide, depression, and alcoholism. In year of the mouse, Tom booby traps a bottle in a way that’s Jerry tries to get out of it. The gun will blow their brains off. Pretty harsh.