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Censorship
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Invader Zim is an animated cartoon series that was produced by Nickelodeon and aired March 30, 2001 and ended on August 19, 2006. Some of the episodes were self-censored by Nickelodeon to avoid offending viewers.

Censorship[]

USA censorship[]

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Invader Zim - Door to Door (Banned 9-11 scene-Edited scene)

  • Episode 3b ("Walk of Doom")
    1. In the ending scene, Zim and GIR were originally dropped off in a ghetto with mariachi music playing in the background and a banner reading "Welcome to Mexico". Nickelodeon was concerned about offending Mexicans and had the banner changed to say "CARNE", which translates into "MEAT". The appearance of the ghetto remained the same, but the background music was changed to disco.

Where to find it uncensored[]

The uncensored version was aired in other countries like Australia. It was also accidentally aired when it first aired in the United States.

References[]

  1. Invader Zim - Door to Door (Banned 9/11 scene/Edited scene) by Nicktoons Network, YouTube. 2016-02-05.

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