Jimmy Kimmel is no fan of the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), the regulatory body in charge of policing the airwaves. So each week he does a segment called "This Week In Unnecessary Censorship," that takes normal every day language and makes it seems lewd by bleeping out words or phrases. As a result everything from "American Idol" to Regis comes out dirty...and hilarious.
This week, Jimmy looked at President Carter's true hopes for the Middle East, what Sherri Shepherd really thinks of Lauren Conrad's "Hills," and a major wardrobe malfunction on live TV. It's all pretty disturbing for a Saturday morning.
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