Yeah, but I bet a lot of stuff that was made before the content ratings came along might be flagged for all kinds of things, if those standards were applied to them.
Jeff of Earth-J wrote:
"if it was rated PG for anything it should have been unintentional homosexual innuendo"
Really? Well, that was in the comics anyway... (One friend of mine some years back said he thought AVENGERS #4 was "the gayest comic-book he had ever read".)
...This rather dovetails into the discussion about ratings I started a ways ago , which stayed mostly on comics , though I wanted to discuss US YV and movie ratings , as well as other countries' !
Clark , are the modern-day US TV ones - TV-PG , etc. - made up by the FCC ?
I believe that they're self-imposed , and I doubt whether the FCCC would LITERALLY " come up with " such ratings .
The Three Stooges have been showing in the wee smalls/early-earlies on AMC lately , I think I saw with a TV-G !!!!!
The Wikipedia article I linked to describes things fairly well: The television content ratings were created by the Federal Communications Commission and are applied "voluntarily" by broadcast and cable networks. News and sports channels are exempt, as are infomercials.