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Old 05-03-2017, 02:52 AM   #31
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I think it was before every episode in the first season, not just the first episode
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Then why attack me?

I was just pointing out that from Sundance's website, not ALL episodes are TV-14 anyway. Doesn't matter. Always been PG on every other channel--cable channels can rate a show, or movie, whatever they deem appropriate. A lot don't go by the original. Some do, but a lot just do a generic. And also, in an echo to an earlier post, syndicated shows are cut for time not content. All in the Family only has about 2 1/2 minutes cut out of each episode, and for time not because the content is "too much." If you have any proof to back up what you are saying about all syndicated shows cut for content, I'd love to see it.

Watch Laff for instance. They air shows that are rated TV-14-D-L sometimes like Roseanne, Spin City or Grace Under Fire, but they aren't edited for content. Like I said, you said that all syndicated shows are "fearful of being edited for content" which is simply not true.
By you being the only user to respond to my posts instead of other users giving their opinions, I often get lured into arguments/disputes I'm not willing to get into, so I get upset by this sometimes.

When I started this thread, I had this idea that scripted TV shows that aired before 1980 had to be rated either TV-G or TV-PG, so it was unusual for such TV shows to receive a higher content rating (which is usually reserved for feature films; for example, an R-rated film gets edited for content and assigned a TV-14 rating to avoid a TV-MA; if that film were to air uncut/unedited, it will be assigned a TV-MA).
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By you being the only user to respond to my posts instead of other users giving their opinions, I often get lured into arguments/disputes I'm not willing to get into, so I get upset by this sometimes.

When I started this thread, I had this idea that scripted TV shows that aired before 1980 had to be rated either TV-G or TV-PG, so it was unusual for such TV shows to receive a higher content rating (which is usually reserved for feature films; for example, an R-rated film gets edited for content and assigned a TV-14 rating to avoid a TV-MA; if that film were to air uncut/unedited, it will be assigned a TV-MA).
Pretty much pre-1980 movies don't for the most part have ratings so they just go generic. I'll agree, that movies do get edited for content but it isn't true that movies are rated TV-MA. I've seen them rated as TV-PG and TV-14 mostly but never TV-MA. I'm just saying that you're totally wrong about TV shows being edited for content, though. That statement is just laughable lol. Sundance wasn't around when AITF first aired, so they are just rating it TV-14 "just in case." On all other stations, including CBS when it first aired, it was rated TV-PG.
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By you being the only user to respond to my posts instead of other users giving their opinions, I often get lured into arguments/disputes I'm not willing to get into, so I get upset by this sometimes.

When I started this thread, I had this idea that scripted TV shows that aired before 1980 had to be rated either TV-G or TV-PG, so it was unusual for such TV shows to receive a higher content rating (which is usually reserved for feature films; for example, an R-rated film gets edited for content and assigned a TV-14 rating to avoid a TV-MA; if that film were to air uncut/unedited, it will be assigned a TV-MA).
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Do you have Sundance channel? Try and watch and see that some episodes All in the Family is TV-14 rather than generalizing your point, I think James28 may be right..
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You just made my point for me. Thanks.
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So I wonder why is Sundance so strict and gives AITF a TV-14 rating when it's always been TV-PG other places?
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I noticed Get TV also gives it a TV-14-L rating. Seems kind of strict. Wouldn’t TV-PG for more?
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