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Diane Sawyer and Steve Harvey in This Week’s Unnecessary Censorship [VIDEO]

When you’re watching TV and something gets bleeped out, you have a pretty good idea of what they said and your mind fills in the blank. Jimmy Kimmel knows this, so each week he brings us a segment called ‘This Week in Unnecessary Censorship.’ He bleeps and blurs perfectly innocent statements, changing the entire meaning of what is being said. Nobody is safe, from news reporters to actors to politicians and children’s programming. This week Diane Sawyer and Steve Harvey are among those being censored. How will your mind fill in the blank?

Next: See Last Week's Unnecessary Censorship

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