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10 Behind-The-Scenes Moments From Kid's Shows That Were Definitely Not Kid-Friendly

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It's easy to forget that even the most kid-friendly content is made by adults, and adults often have VERY different senses of humor than kids do. This usually results in some pretty inappropriate things going on behind the scenes of our favorite old shows, and these 10 are especially nuts.

Star Trek: The Next Generation


Okay it's not a kid's show, but we all watched it as kids. In an interview with Wil Wheaton, he revealed that one time while the cameras weren't rolling, Sir Patrick Stewart turned to him and said "You know Wesley, in old nautical days, Ensigns performed certain favors for their captains..." Note that Wheaton was still a teenager at the time.


There are several sound clips taken from the voice actors recording the show, and they are most definitely NOT safe for kids to listen to.

You Can't Do That On Television


Show creator Roger Price was VERY protective of the kids who appeared on the show. So much so in fact, that he told the crew he'd "f***ing shoot them" if any of them offered drugs to the kids. Oh, and he was holding a LOADED GUN as he said this.



Burt Ward wrote a book about his time on the show, and it has plenty of stories that are most definitely not appropriate. According to Ward, him and his co-star, Adam West, went on numerous carnal escapades with their female fans. He also spends a lot of time talking about "Bat-Sperm" and the size of his penis. Yeesh.

The stories just get crazier from here...

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