The animation was almost completely untouched; mainly the edits would be to correct dialogue. However, this has caused some lip syncing errors and problems in acting, as it usually sounds like the voice actors went back to change the words.
For instance, tones in a sentence would sound different or the lip-syncing would be off. This was most likely due to the network realizing that they were getting a larger age-ranged audience outside its original age demographic. Broadway, Baby! In all of the episodes, Cartoon Network completely cuts out the disclaimer at each episode. The disclaimer says "This episode of Total Drama contains scenes of extreme stunts performed by animated teens.
Do not try any of what you see here at home. Seriously, you could get really messed up. The edits listed above put aside, there were also numerous edits and changes to the episodes which are listed below:. There were e i g h t edi ts in the 27 episodes of Total Drama Action, as opposed to ninety-four in Total Drama Island. However, these words are rarely used on Total Drama Action. Total Drama: Revenge of the Island contains very minor edits, such as copyright references and a disturbing sequence involving Scott 's cries. Unlike the previous seasons, several elements were reduced or omitted entirely, like the use of slang language, such as "crap" which no longer being used starting Season 5 , suggestive situations decreased as passionate romance, pixelated nudity, infamous "bleep" sound suggestive dialogues, and pixelated middle fingers.
Unlike the American version with more common and politically correct edits, some scenes were cut in the European version, with majority of them being made since Total Drama All Stars. As of the fifth season, every scene containing vomiting shown on-screen was removed, with the only exception being Gwen doing so in a recap of The Final Wreck-ening. The poor quality of the censorship caused some important events to be removed, such as Screaming Gophers finding Beth 's Tiki idol , or Ezekiel being the reason of Cameron 's elimination.
Additionally, one scene has been altered and none of the recaps from Total Drama Action , except for the first and the last episode, were shown. Sign In Don't have an account? Start a Wiki. Do you like this video? Response from Tom McGillis They like to comb through and take them all out.
And they did. It was such a funny thing because that was the one thing that everybody in the U. There were all these discussion groups about, you know, "In the Canadian version they say 'suck' 42 times over the series, and it's way better. And Cartoon Network should be ashamed to think that kids can't hear the word "sucks. But it remains to be seen how Total Drama Action will be handled this year. Common edits All uses of the word "suck" were replaced with "stink" or "stank" in Total Drama Island , except for Not Quite Famous , where Chris says it.
The word "crap" was replaced with several other words such as "crud" and "shoot. It is not edited out beginning in Total Drama Action. The word "stupid" was usually changed to "foolish," "silly," "lame-o," or some other variation, except when Gwen says it in I Triple Dog Dare You!
The phrase "Shut up! The word "freakin'" is replaced in most episodes with words like "totally. The word "gitch" was often replaced by "drawers," as "gitch" is Canadian slang.
However, "gitch" is left unedited in I See London The censorship of the words "heck", "stupid", "shut up", and "hot" stand out the most, because Cartoon Network had allowed their shows that had a TV-Y7 rating to use those words for years prior to Total Drama's premiere on the network.
Disclaimer In all of the episodes, Cartoon Network completely cuts out the disclaimer at each episode. The disclaimer for Total Drama Island. The disclaimer for Total Drama Action. The disclaimer for Total Drama World Tour. The disclaimer for Total Drama: Revenge of the Island. The disclaimer for Total Drama All-Stars. The disclaimer for Total Drama: Pahkitew Island.