Fox wasn’t messing around during last night’s Emmy awards. There were three instances in which the network censored the what was said by three separate actors during different parts of the ceremony. Most of us assumed that this was Fox’s way of sparing our precious eyes and ears from whatever obscenity was being spoken at the time. If that’s what you thought, you’d be correct.

The Hollywood Reporter was kind enough to fill in the blanks for us by reporting what went unseen and unheard thanks to Fox’s rational fear of the FCC. When Sally Field made her acceptance speech for her Emmy for Lead Actress in a Drama Series (for Brothers and Sisters), she dedicated her award to mothers all over the world and apparently, she threw in, "Let's face it, if the mothers ruled the world, there would be no goddamned wars in the first place." The sound cut right after the first part of “god” was shouted and the video featured an above-view of the set.

When Katherine Heigl (that’s Hi- Gul… not Hi- Jel) heard her name announced as the winner of the Emmy for Best Supporting Actress for a Drama series, she mouthed the word “shit”. Her reaction went unseen by the viewers and instead, we got to see a previously recorded shot of the audience.

And then there was Ray Romano’s brief stand-up act before his presentation in which he talked about Patricia Heaton (his TV wife from Everybody Loves Raymond), working with Kelsey Grammer on the new Fox show, Back To You. Romano said, “Frasier is screwing my wife.” Clever.

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