The term "shit" is also used in the titles of that show's episodes, themselves, e.g., "The Winds of Shit", "A Shit Leopard Can't Change Its Spots", and "Never Cry Shitwolf". ===United Kingdom=== The first person to say "shit" on British TV was John Cleese of the Monty Python comedy troupe, in the late 1960s, according to his own eulogy for Graham Chapman.


The phrase "thick as pigshit" is used in the 1969 BBC play The Big Flame.


For example: The 14 October 1999 episode of Chicago Hope is the first show (excluding documentaries) on U.S.


Although the episode was originally aired uncensored, the "shit" utterance has since been edited out in syndicated reruns. An episode of South Park, "It Hits the Fan" (original airdate 20 June 2001), parodied the hype over the Chicago Hope episode.


The band did not appear on the show again until 9 April 2005. Some notable instances of censorship of the word from broadcast television and radio include: Steve Miller's "Jet Airliner".


Other Comedy Central series, along with programming on other cable networks including FX, TBS, and as of March 2014, Adult Swim, also regularly employ the word shit.

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