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01/19/2011 01:24 am ET Updated May 25, 2011

Bill Maher's New Rule: 'Don't Censor Huckleberry Finn'

Bill Maher has some choice words for the publishers who want to omit offensive language from Mark Twain's classic Huckleberry Finn. In a new episode of "Real Time," set to air this Friday, he tells them: "Don't censor Huckleberry Finn ... hearing there are bad words in it is the only reason teenagers do read it."

He goes on to offer choice suggestions for renaming other classics to incorporate dirty words, like Leaves of Grass and The Great Gatsby. Use your imagination, or watch below.

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