Even Caillou is too mature for modern Cartoon Network LMAO
>>125754015>Americans are so sensitive now that an (annoying but) innocuous leaf preschool cartoon from 25 years ago needs to be censoredNo wonder this country can't win wars against shitholes.
I have a question for the Calliou fan base: Does Calliou act like a little shit because he's bald or did God make him bald as punishment for being a little asshole?
How is this new? Didn't they cut it out from pbs too?
>>125754015>censoring a literal preschooler showCaillou is one thing but the official Babar yt channel randomly censoring phrases the show rustled my jimmies
I can't believe CN grounded Caillou
>>125754271It's because he was circumcised by people who should protect him from harm
>>125754367>Babar yt channel randomly censoring phrasesWhat happened there?
>>125754015are they high or something?
The episode was actually banned beforehand
>>125754221Change lemonade to tea, and you've got 95% of touhou doujins that aren't porn in that one image.And most of the official comics too.
I've never actually watched it before now.Is he like Autistic or something?>Look it up>"Controversies">The show is about some shitty kid with shitty Canadian parents
>>125754622Nothing big, just random instances of them blanking out words or random small scene cuts that I instantly noticed from watching so much. Phrases like "Shut your face" "have you guys flipped?" and the scene where a character spitting is cut. I assume that last one is because of it's a reference to using a spittoon but it's still pretty nonsensical edits. Apparently the Treehouse Direct channel has Babar episodes unedited. I just find editing innocent children's shows dumb.
>>125754845funny story, in the original books caillou is a baby, so of course he acts autistic but he's a baby so who cares, but when producing the tv show, the execs aged him up to like 4 years old so kids could relate, but they kept the same book storylines, making caillou look like a fucking autist with shitty parents. Now the problem is that kids like to immitate what they see on tv, so when they see big boy caillou throw fits, they wanna do the same which annoys parents, that's what all the contreversy is about
>>125754015The episode was banned on PBS, so including a censored version is a step up. There are actually a lot of banned Caillou episodes.https://caillou.fandom.com/wiki/Category:Banned_Episodes>>125754271Born bald, hair didn't grow and neither did his brain.
not allowed to have violence against women
>>125754271Caillou's main objective as a character is tell kids how not to act, just like Chris Chan in life. The only difference is that Caillou himself can learn from his mistakes
>>125755247>One of the episodes is banned because Caillou goes outside aloneFucking fear state
>>125754015>CartoonitoIs CN officially dead?
>>125755247>banned episodes>pluralWtf I love leafs now and their chemo-addled creation
>>125755008That explains so much.
Some of those reasons for banning the episodes...Good god
>>125755247Most of these are pretty innocuous but I don't know what they were thinking with Caillou Looks at Racial Crime Statistics
>>125754015Caillou shouldn't be on air period, it's one of the reasons kids act so fucking shitty. Caillou never learns and keeps being worshipped by his parents regardless, horrible messaging to send to 2 year olds with unfused fontanelles.
What the fuck happened to this channel jfcI used to watch it stoned when I was in college. Now there's no reason to
If you pay attention, you can see people's idea of what children are capable of handling shrink over time. It's fucking sad. Example: my two year old likes Sesame Street, so I got hold of the entire series and rewound him back to S01E01 from the 60s. Over the past several months, I've gotten to see decades of children's programming standards unfold over his shoulder. One of the things that bother me most about it is how you can watch the muppets lose personality over time. They become softer, with safer and more muted, predictable personalities. They talk slower and use less words. It's like watching somebody get slowly drugged into senility. In particular, you notice they stop getting mad at each other. From the 60s to the 80s it was extremely common to see characters yell at each other. They have actual arguments and have to sort things out. Then sometime in the 90s, someone decided it was unhealthy to see muppets raise their voices at each other, that anger is never a justified emotion, no matter how much somebody fucks you over. Now it's even worse. Sesame Street these days is trying to compete with the internet by filling the show with shit like Baby Shark and finger family ripoffs, Snapchat filters, etc. All the music is pop, no more timeless stuff. Elmo's singing is fucking autotuned. I don't let him watch that shit. Children's TV from the late 90s and onward lobotomizes kids by refusing to challenge or expand them.
>>125754845Censor that pic anon, this is a blue board.
>>125754015Should I remind you all that this is the same network that somehow let that fly?https://mobile.twitter.com/WebbedBat/status/1437202110832156672
>>125754015>Cartoonito Censors CaillouLmao pathetic
>>125756684Wtf is that comic
>>125757942You see anon it aired on regular cn. Not the preschool block
>>125757942They didn't show him killing the kids though in the original scene. I don't see the issue.
>>125754015Good, now finish the job and ban the rest of the series.
>>125756684>Then sometime in the 90s, someone decided it was unhealthy to see muppets raise their voices at each other, that anger is never a justified emotion, no matter how much somebody fucks you overThat probably has something to do with Barney airing on PBS during that time and being so devoid of conflict and so infantilized, even for it’s very young demographic, and yet so popular that not even Sesame Street could compete with it unless it adapted. Kids’ shows haven’t been the same since.
>>125756684Yeah I noticed this too. I think the biggest problem is that people treat kids as a different species as adults rather than people who are still learning. The best kids programs are the ones where adults get something out of it as well, a message for all humans that can be applied to day to day life, just in a way that a developing mind can still understand it.I implore everyone to watch this video to get a better understanding on what makes good kid's programming.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fKy7ljRr0AA
>>125754015What a stupid thing to edit
The fuck is Cartoonito? Did Cartokn Network bring back their Tickle U block?