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Wizard of Oz


The Blob


Drawn Together

2.09 Captain Girl


  • TV Version
  • US DVD
Release: May 28, 2011 - Author: brainbug1602 - Translator: Mr Miau - external link: IMDB - more from this series
Comparison between the TV version (MTV) and the uncut US DVD.

For the second season of "Drawn Together" the producers again were forced to create a censored TV version. Naked breasts and private parts were censored by black boxes and several precarious scenes had to be cut out or at least shortened. Some episodes had to be shortened in order to reach a standard TV runtime; the DVD includes all the scenes that were cut out. E.g. the first episode of the second season includes a pretty funny musical number.


MTV: 21:32 min.
US-DVD: 21:49 min.

Hero is tearing Xandir's loincloth off him, shortly afterwards a new one appears.

4 sec.


Toot is getting out of the cupboard below the sink before she starts speaking.

3 sec.


Hero's penis can be seen in the Batman parody.

No difference in time.


Toot's breasts and her genitals were coverd with black bars.

No difference in time.


The scene in which Toot jumps into the whirlpool was darkened and cropped for the TV Version.

The uncensored Version shows a small island afterwards (as in the Spongebob Squarepants intro) and "Three Days Later" can be heard. Then we see a close-up of Toot in the pool.

The TV Version features a narrator saying "Three Days Later" instead.

DVD: 9 sec.
TV: 5 sec.


Toot's breasts can be seen when she gets out of the pool and in the following shots.

No difference in time.


Wooldoor's genitals were covered with a black star.

No difference in time.


Wooldoor's nipple's have been colored green.

During the ending credits they are green in both versions.

No difference in time.


More dialog when Toot is standing in the door frame.

Toot: "I brought you cookies."

She eats the cookies.

Toot: "Hey, what? Did you eat all my cookies? Open the fucking door."

The TV Version shows the door from the inside instead.

DVD: 8 sec.
TV: 2 sec.