'Finding Nemo' Gets NSFW Thanks to the YouTubers Who F-Bombed 'Frozen'

Everyone knows that the best cure for a long plane flight is a slew of cheesy in-flight movies — so, on my way back home this past weekend, as soon as the fasten seat belt signs dinged off, I clicked straight to The Heat, the Sandra Bullock–Melissa McCarthy buddy cop movie that I assumed would be perfectly doze-off fun. Until I realized that it was censored. Instead of paying attention, I spent the flight imagining McCarthy trapped in a ADR booth, repeating "freak" and "flip" into a microphone like a broken KidzBop record — and ultimately, pondering just how ridiculous that kind of censorship can be. I mean, really, once you hear The Breakfast Club's Bender hiss "Did you slip her the hot, wild affection" instead of "hot beef injection," the jig's pretty much up. Meanwhile, here on the ground, YouTubers over at The Jake Vale Show poked their own fun at the FCC by reviving an old Jimmy Kimmel Live feature (see: my personal favorite, the LOST edition) to create an unnecessarily censored version of Finding Nemo , complete with bleeps and pixel blurs that make the once-mundane appear dirty.

The channel recently courted some Internet fame with a similar censored version of Frozen , bringing some adult innuendo to this year's beloved animated feature. Here's hoping that they have a few more Disney-related ideas up their sleeves — that, say, Robin Williams's Genie antics in Aladdin can give them the wherewithal to keep up the parody. Or, in the now-abbreviated words of Dory, to "Just keep ****ing! Just keep ****ing!"

Here, below, is Finding Nemo, Censored Version:

CENSORED on YouTube

Image: Pixar