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*At one point, while [[Barley Lightfoot|Barley]] attempts to repair [[Guinevere (car)|Guinevere]], his butt crack is visibly showing.
 
*At one point, while [[Barley Lightfoot|Barley]] attempts to repair [[Guinevere (car)|Guinevere]], his butt crack is visibly showing.
*In one scene, when [[Ian Lightfoot|Ian]] presses the gas pedal to escape [[Colt Bronco]], he exclaims, "Son of a b–!", but the scene is cut before he can finish his sentence.
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*When [[Specter]] realizes that [[Ian Lightfoot|Ian]] and Barley (magically disused as [[Colt Bronco]]) are stressed out, she tries to help them by sympathizing how it's not easy becoming a step-parent by saying "[her] girlfriend's daughter got [her] pulling [her] hair out" in frustration, confirming that she is a lesbian.
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*In one scene, when Ian presses the gas pedal to escape Colt Bronco, he exclaims, "Son of a b–!", but the scene is cut before he can finish his sentence.
 
*When [[Wilden Lightfoot|Wilden]] steps out of Guinevere, one of the officers asks, "You have a long night there, buddy?", implying that she assumed he was drunk.
 
*When [[Wilden Lightfoot|Wilden]] steps out of Guinevere, one of the officers asks, "You have a long night there, buddy?", implying that she assumed he was drunk.
   

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A list of things in animated films, television shows, etc., in Disney, Pixar, 20th Century, and Blue Sky media that might be fun to see with your family, but there are some things that children may not be allowed to see and/or hear. Adult humor may include sex (or anything mildly sexual), nudity, drug content, strong language (or implication that someone is going to or wants to use strong language), graphic violence, and any other inappropriate images.

Disney films

Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs

  • As the seven dwarfs prepare to wash up for dinner, Bashful asks if that includes "where it doesn't show" (likely referring to their private areas).

Pinocchio

  • In one scene, Jiminy Cricket can be seen rubbing his butt as he warms himself by Geppetto's fireplace. 
  • At one point, Jiminy leans against a figurine of a woman, touching her behind. He notices what he is doing and quickly takes his hand off before saying to the figurine, "Beg pardon."
  • One of the clocks in Geppetto's workshop depicts a mother spanking her son's exposed buttocks. Another clock features a figure resembling a drunkard that makes cuckoo noises sounding like hiccups.
  • Upon watching Lampwick's ears turn into a donkey's, Pinocchio puts his beer on the table and turns it away from him, evidently assuming he was intoxicated.

Fantasia

Dumbo

  • The famous Pink Elephants scene speaks volumes after Dumbo and Timothy both get intoxicated (given the term "pink elephants" was a decades-old expression for a drunken hallucination).
  • During the film's climax, when Dumbo flies off an 18-story-tall cardboard building instead of landing in the pie, this scares the Clowns, who either take cover in water barrels or drive their fire engine into the burning building, only to reemerge with scathed rear ends, screaming.

Saludos Amigos

  • During the Aquarela do Brasil segment, Donald, at one point, accidentally drinks an incredibly spicy drink (cachaça), thinking it was soda, which causes him to breathe fire, thereby lighting up José Carioca's trademark cigar.

The Three Caballeros

  • After Donald yells at the Aracuan Bird for outsmarting him, it causes him to cry and attempt to both hang and shoot himself as well.
  • At the very end of the film, José uses his trademark cigar to light up some fireworks.

Make Mine Music

  • During the All the Cats Join In segment, a silhouette of a nude teenage girl is seen showering in the bathroom while nearly exposing a few private parts when coming out of the shower.
    • In the same segment, another teenage girl is seen being drawn with a highly exaggerated big bottom by the unseen animator with a pencil (before he corrects it with an eraser).

Cinderella

  • When Jaq and Gus attempt to retrieve the key to Cinderella's room after her wicked stepmother locked her in there, Gus, at one point, wraps his tail around the handle of a teapot while trying to reach for the key, only for a drop of hot tea to leak from the spout and scald his rump, causing him to yelp in pain.

Peter Pan

  • A running gag is Tick-Tock appearing and chasing after Captain Hook in an attempt to eat him, mistaking him for a codfish. At one point (near the end of the film), the crocodile bites Hook's rear end.
  • When Mr. Smee settles a frantic Hook down for a shave, he places a towel on the latter's head. A passing seagull mistakes Hook's towel-covered head for a nest and perches on it. Smee then shaves off the gull's tail feathers, revealing its exposed bald tailbone, and applies aftershave on it, causing the gull to turn around and notice its featherless behind. The gull then flies away squawking while covering its exposed rear. When Smee notices the "empty" spot on Hook's towel-covered head, he mistakenly believes he accidentally beheaded the captain.

Lady and the Tramp

Sleeping Beauty

  • During an informal meeting between King Stefan and King Hubert, their unidentified underling gets drunk from excessively sneaking wine and absentmindedly drinking it out of his guitar hole, then continues hiding under the table with the remainder of wine before eventually falling unconscious, with his snoring resulting in him obliviously interrupting Stefan's proposed toast to the carpenter's guild. It is implied that their unnamed underling has never been drunk (or at least not this much).

One Hundred and One Dalmatians

  • At the beginning, Pongo skims through Roger's old fashion magazines. One cover has a sultry-looking woman in a revealing dress, to which Pongo states (in his narration) that dogs are "poor judges of human beauty."
  • While Pongo, Perdita, and their Dalmatian offspring are watching Thunderbolt on TV, Patch, at one point, comments about Dirty Dawson and says: "That yellow-livered old skunk! I'd like to tear his gizzard out!" Perdita rebukes: "Why, Patch, where have you heard such talk? Certainly not from your mother!" She then glares at Pongo, who just smiles sheepishly in response.
  • At Hell HallJasper is seen drinking wine while watching TV with Horace and the Dalmatian puppies (fifteen of them that were dognapped and belong to Pongo and Perdita; the other 84 that were bought at a pet store). At one point, Horace, while munching on a sandwich, asks Jasper for a swig of wine, but the latter tells him: "Now, Horace, this here hogwash ain't fit for a fancy bloke like yourself. Besides, you'd get crumbs in it, ya cabbage head!" Horace then retorts: "All right. Guzzle the whole works, and I hope it gives ya collywobbles, that's what!"
  • When the Captain, Colonel, and Sergeant Tibbs are fighting off Jasper and Horace, Tibbs uses the Captain's ears as gun triggers and makes his hoof reflexively kick the Baduns in their rear ends, causing them to go flying through the air before smashing headfirst into the barn wall.

The Jungle Book

  • While sneaking into King Louie's palace, Baloo shows up in drag with a split coconut on his muzzle and a grass skirt, which gets Louie extra aroused.
  • After getting a knot in his tail the second time, Kaa groans, "Oh, my s-s-sacroiliac!" (the sacroiliac joints are the bony structure of the pelvis that protects the genitalia).

The Aristocats

  • After kidnapping Duchess and her three kittens, Edgar gets chased by Napoleon and Lafayette, where the former, at one point, bites Edgar's clothed butt.
  • When Abigail and Amelia Gabble proceed to save a drowning O'Malley, both geese say, "Bottoms up," before diving underwater to rescue him, with their tail feathers above the surface. This quote is a pun on the phrase: "Bottoms up," said by many alcoholics prior to downing their booze.
  • When Abigail and Amelia run into their Uncle Waldo, he both looks and acts extremely drunk, due to the fact that he was marinated in white wine when a chef was about to cook him, but he managed to escape.
  • At one point, a Frenchman about to drink wine witnesses a mouse (Roquefort) seemingly chasing the cats. Believing he is hallucinating, the Frenchman then pours his wine onto the ground, implying he is deeply considering to give up drinking alcohol.

Robin Hood

  • While Robin Hood (disguised as a woman fortune teller) is distracting Prince John long enough for Little John (disguised as a maid) to steal the chest of gold guarded by the Rhino Guards without being spotted, one Rhino Guard notices the disguised Little John and, believing he is an attractive damsel (and admiring "her" rear end for good measure), wolf-whistles to him.
  • While Maid Marian and Lady Kluck are playing badminton, the shuttlecock, at one point, gets whacked into Kluck's breast cleavage, and she frantically reaches in to get it out before it falls out of her dress and onto the grass.
  • When Prince John invites Little John (disguised as an upper-class gentleman) to sit in Sir Hiss' chair, Little John's clothed butt jiggles awkwardly until he gets up and notices that he accidentally sat on Sir Hiss, much to the snake's anger, who then scolds Little John for taking his seat.
  • While Sir Hiss travels inside a toy balloon, he eventually discovers Robin Hood disguised as a stork and heads back to tell Prince John. At that moment, Friar Tuck and Alan-A-Dale shoot an arrow, which pops the balloon. As Sir Hiss plummets to the ground, Friar Tuck grabs him and shoves the snake in a barrel of ale, to which he pleads, "Please, I don't drink." Prince John later discovers Sir Hiss in the barrel of ale, and when he lets him out, the snake both looks and acts clearly drunk before he (belatedly) reveals that the stork is really Robin Hood.
  • During the brawl, Lady Kluck jabs a Rhino Guard in the buttocks with the Golden Arrow, causing him to scream in pain and run off. Also during said brawl, Skippy manages to shoot an arrow at Prince John's clothed butt, causing him to yowl in pain, before Kluck bashes him over the head with the Golden Arrow.
  • When Robin Hood (disguised as Nutsy) manages to steal the keys to the prison gate while the Sheriff is sleeping and unlocks the gate, he hands the keys to Little John, who closes the gate loudly. Trigger, hearing the gate closing, alerts the Sheriff of a jailbreak in progress and runs toward the gate. As he does, Robin Hood trips Trigger using the handle of a battle axe, causing the vulture to slide across the ground near the Sheriff. He then tells Trigger to stop giving false alarms and kicks the vulture in the rear end, to which he yowls in pain.
  • During the film's climax, Robin Hood releases several barrels of wine that knock over the approaching Rhino Guards like bowling pins.

The Rescuers

  • While Bernard and Miss Bianca are flying on Orville's back through New York to rescue Penny, the blurry image of a real topless woman can be seen from the window of a building. This caused a controversy, which led to a massive recall of the film's home video release, and reissues had the offending image edited out.
  • When Bernard and Bianca meet Penny and instruct her to escape, she retorts that Brutus and Nero (Medusa's pet crocodiles) already caught her by her underwear and adds, "Look what they did to my pants!" She then shows a tear in the seat of it, revealing a small section of her buttocks.

The Black Cauldron

  • When Fflewddur Fflam is transformed into a frog again by Orgoch, he is seen stuck and struggling within Orwen's breast cleavage until he finally makes it out, after which Orwen turns him back to normal.

The Great Mouse Detective

  • During the song "The World's Greatest Criminal Mind", Bartholomew gets drunk from excessively drinking booze and absentmindedly calls Ratigan a rat; the latter takes offense and feeds Bartholomew to Felicia.
  • When Basil and Dr. Dawson (disguised as sailors) visit The Rat Trap, the bartender puts a drug in their drinks after hearing Basil mention Ratigan. When Dawson swigs his spiked booze, he becomes drunk and ends up onstage with Kitty Mouse and her sisters.
  • When Toby chases after Felicia, she manages to escape from him by scrambling up a brick wall. Thinking she has outsmarted Toby, Felicia flicks her tail at him as she hops over, only to be mauled by the royal guard dogs on the other side as bits of fur and the bow in her hair fly into the air.

The Brave Little Toaster

  • During the song "City of Light", when Kirby goes behind a tree and Blanky attempts to pry, Toaster bonks Blanky on the head and briefly chastises him, implying that Kirby was going to the bathroom (i.e. emptying his bag).
  • During the "It's a 'B' Movie" musical number, a tape recorder is seen with tape spools as breasts.

Oliver & Company

  • When Francis sarcastically comments about Roscoe using his entire vocabulary in a single sentence, he turns to Francis and angrily asks, "Hey, you got something to say to me, fat boy?", causing Francis to stutter for words. An aggressive Tito then furiously tries to assault both Dobermans, but he is quickly held back by Einstein.
  • During the song "Perfect Isn't Easy", while Georgette is changing behind her trifold mirror, several birds pause to watch her and let their jaws drop and hearts stop as they see her naked body inside the trifold.
  • When Dodger and his gang break into Georgette's room, she panics and begs him not to go near her. Then, when Dodger assures Georgette that he's not after her, she feels quite disappointed and insulted (possibly believing he was going to ravish her).
  • Near the end of the film, Georgette seductively asks Tito if she could talk with him privately in her room. Tito is all too eager (likely thinking she wants him to get in bed with her or something similar) until she mentions something about grooming and a bath, much to Tito's surprise and confusion. Later, Tito runs out of the Foxworth residence in a sailor suit, ironically now appalled and terrified of Georgette, and he darts away as she yells after him.

The Little Mermaid

  • While Scuttle uses nonsensical terms to dub common everyday objects that Ariel and Flounder ask him about, he notices a smoking pipe and, after giving it a meaningless name, attempts to make music by blowing into it, causing seaweed and seawater to bubble out, after which he gags in disgust.
  • In the second part of "Poor Unfortunate Souls", when Ursula advises Ariel to rely on her looks and emphasizes the importance of body language, she shakes her hips suggestively with the last bit. Earlier in the same song, Ursula also shimmies her bottom rapidly enough for her breasts to jiggle.
  • When Ariel is turned human and brought to the surface, she is clearly naked from the waist down. Scuttle shortly arrives and asks what's different about her, one of his absurd guesses being "New seashells?" Ariel and the others do not seem to think much about her nudity until Scuttle tells her that the first thing she needs to do is "dress like a human" via a discarded sail. As she dons the sail, Scuttle wolf-whistles and tells her that she looks "sensational" (accompanied by a saxophone note for good measure).

The Rescuers Down Under

  • When Bernard is attempting to propose to Bianca, his proposal ring falls out of his pocket and onto the floor, and he crawls after it. The ring rolls under another table, and Bernard peeks under and sees the ring on the foot of a rather fat, snobby female mouse. As Bernard discreetly removes the ring off the lady mouse's foot, she scowls at her date and slaps him in the face (thinking he was playing "footsies" with her).
  • When Wilbur is forced to be left behind at the hospital (after throwing out his back), the rodent nurses restrain the albatross, load two sedatives into a shotgun, and aim for his rear end as Wilbur begs for mercy. The rodent doctor then orders, "FIRE!", and the camera cuts to outside the hospital van as explosions occur while Wilbur utters weak, pained groans, implying that they shot him in that area.

Beauty and the Beast

  • During the song "Belle", after the butcher sells a ham to a lady customer, he briefly focuses his eyes on her chest before being whacked on the head by his angry wife.
  • When Gaston first appears, he passes by the Bimbettes as they sing about their infatuation with Gaston; one of them places her breasts atop a water pump, causing them to be lifted up with enough force to cause a jiggle.
    • In the same scene, LeFou, upon seeing the Bimbettes, briefly blinks and opens his mouth in a lustful manner before getting accidentally squirted in the kisser via said water pump, implying that he was aroused by their beauty and physique.
  • When Maurice is examining Cogsworth, he touches the latter's pendulum. Cogsworth quickly tells Maurice to stop, and when the latter finally does (after Cogsworth shuts his clock door on Maurice's finger), Cogsworth then puts his hands on the part showing his pendulum as if covering his crotch area.
  • When Belle first sneaks out of her bedroom in the Beast's castle, Fifi playfully refuses Lumiere from behind a curtain before saying that she's been "burnt" by him before, obviously alluding to a past sexual affair on their part.
  • As Lumiere and Cogsworth lead Belle down a hallway, knight statues on both sides of the hall turn their heads and stare at Belle in a presumably sexual way. Cogsworth then glares at the knights and demands, "As you were!", to which all the knights immediately turn their heads back to their original positions. 
  • After the "Something There" musical number, Chip asks his mother, "What's there?", and Mrs. Potts replies, "I'll tell you when you're older," referring to sex.
  • During the song "Human Again" (Special Edition only), when Lumiere voices his intention of having a mademoiselle in each arm and sporting and courting once he becomes human, Mrs. Potts interjects that it would certainly cause husbands alarm, hinting at adultery.
  • When LeFou has Lumiere cornered with a flaming torch, Cogsworth comes sliding down the staircase with a pair of scissors pointed directly at LeFou's clothed butt. The camera then cuts to LeFou jumping into the air as he screams in pain while holding his buttocks, implying the scissors stabbed him from behind.
  • When a villager is seen plucking Fifi's feathers, Lumiere burns the villager's clothed butt, causing him to yowl in pain, after which Lumiere rescues Fifi and holds her seductively.

Aladdin

  • The original lyrics to "Arabian Nights" were: "Where they cut off your ear if they don't like your face. It's barbaric, but hey, it's home." This caused a controversy, and said lyrics were quickly changed.
  • During the song "One Jump Ahead", Aladdin, while being chased by the Royal Guards, accidentally enters a brothel, where he gets thrown out by one of the workers due to having no money. The guards then chase Aladdin over a man lying on a bed of nails; the last guard accidentally falls on him, impaling him on the spikes. Also during the chase, the guards pursue Aladdin over red-hot coals while expressing unintelligible pain as the coals burn their feet. Also during their pursuit, Abu snatches a sword from a sword swallower just as he is about to swallow it, and then it appears that Abu cut his throat from the inside. Also during the musical number, a stout woman cradles Aladdin and sings, "Still I think he's rather tasty!", while Aladdin has a disgusted look on his face.
  • As Prince Achmed is about to attack two intrusive children with his whip, Aladdin steps in and manages to take the prince's whip away while remarking that if he were as rich as the prince, he could "afford some manners". Affronted, Achmed shoves Aladdin into a nearby mud puddle, to which he quips that, "It's not every day you see a horse with two rear ends," implicitly calling Achmed an "ass".
  • While Genie is explaining the rules of making wishes to Aladdin, he decapitates himself at one point, saying that he can't kill anybody.

The Nightmare Before Christmas

  • After the "This is Halloween" musical number ends, when everyone is praising Jack Skellington, one midget witch gets a little affectionate with Jack's leg in a mildly sexual manner.

The Return of Jafar

  • After Jafar leaves the heroes imprisoned in the dungeon, a conflicted Iago decides to save the day. Abu, still furious at Iago's previous trickery, chitters aggressively at the parrot, to which a repulsed Iago then retorts, "Do I insult your mother?!" It can be presumed that Abu cursed at Iago, although since the parrot is the only character who is able to understand the monkey, it is unknown what Abu said to Iago (though it could at least likely be an insulting reference to Iago's mother).

The Lion King

  • When Scar is forced to let a mouse he was about to eat escape, after Zazu scolds him for missing his nephew's christening ceremony, he moans, "Oh, now look, Zazu, you made me lose my lunch," which is a pun on "losing [one's] lunch," a euphemism for vomiting. When Zazu then tells Scar that he'll lose more than that when the king gets through with him, Scar replies sarcastically, "Ooh, I quiver with fear!" and manages to eat Zazu whole until Mufasa promptly arrives and tells Scar to drop Zazu. When Scar spits out Zazu, the latter is seen covered in the former's saliva, to which Zazu groans disgustedly.
  • During the song "I Just Can't Wait to Be King", when two opposite rows of zebras are standing at attention to Simba and Nala as they pass through, as soon as Zazu turns the corner, they all promptly turn around and show their rear ends while lifting their tails up, indicative of mooning. Also, at the end of the song, Zazu gets crushed underneath a female rhino's butt, to which he tells the pachyderm to get off him.
  • When Simba weaves through a thorny hedge to escape from Shenzi, Banzai, and Ed, Banzai manages to stop just short of falling into the hedge before Shenzi and Ed accidentally bump into him, causing him to fall right in and come out covered in thorns, including on his rump. When Shenzi then points out that Simba is escaping, Banzai demands her to go get him, to which she replies: "There ain't no way I'm goin' in there. What, you want me to come out looking like you, cactus-butt?"
  • During the "Hakuna Matata" musical number, when Pumbaa relays his past of how he became an outcast, he says, "Every time that I...", but Timon interjects, "Hey, Pumbaa! Not in front of the kids!" while literally shutting his mouth before he sheepishly apologizes, implying that he was about to say "farted". (Pumbaa's farting problem is later a running gag throughout The Lion King franchise.)
  • Just before Simba saves Timon and Pumbaa from a lioness (who was later revealed to be an adult Nala), Timon, while struggling to shove a stuck Pumbaa through a log, says, "Jeez, why do I always have to save your...", only to interrupt himself by screaming and bracing himself for the inevitable. Given the syllables composed of the scream, it is implied he was going to say "ass".
  • When Pumbaa battles Shenzi and Banzai while a clueless Ed watches outside, eventually sending all three hyenas fleeing, it is heavily implied that he used his flatulence to drive them off.

A Goofy Movie

  • During the song "After Today", three boys throw jockstraps during the "No more gym, no more gym, no more gym!" lyrics, and one of them hits Max directly in the face.
  • When Max first visits Roxanne at her house, her father spies on the two through the front door's mail slot and gets suspicious when he sees Max picking up his daughter and touching her waist. She notices him spying and tells her father off, causing him to stop.
  • While at Lester's Possum Park, Max mutters, "My life's a living–" but is abruptly interrupted when Lester in costume exclaims, "HELL-O, little buddy!" When Lester then tries to give the scowling Max a hug, the latter slaps the mascot in the face, flipping his mask backwards. The guy in the Lester costume then staggers around (as if drunk) and gets tackled by a crowd of kids, while Max watches gloatingly until Goofy returns.
  • When Pete is wearing a Speedo, a front bulge is clearly visible within his crotch area.
  • One of Max's lyrics in "Nobody Else But You" is: "Though he seems intoxicated, he's just highly animated!"
  • While looking for Max at Powerline's concert, Goofy opens a door and accidentally stumbles on a rather fat back-up singer's dressing room (while she is in her corset), and she screams as she covers her body with a towel. An equally embarrassed Goofy grins sheepishly before the lady punches him in the face, sending him toppling backwards.

Pocahontas

The Hunchback of Notre Dame

  • When Victor, Hugo, and Laverne notice the festival taking place outside, Hugo exclaims: "All right, all right! Pour the wine and cut the cheese!", while making farting noises with his armpit during the "cut the cheese" part, a meta-pun towards a euphemism for flatulence.
  • In one scene, Phoebus tells his horse Achilles to sit on a Brutish Guard, which Achilles does. Phoebus then jokingly apologizes and calls Achilles a naughty horse. This gag is repeated later in the film during the climax, where Achilles sits on the head of one of Frollo's soldiers after being commanded by Phoebus.
  • At the Festival of Fools, when Quasimodo accidentally stumbles into a tent, he pulls down a curtain which reveals a shot of Esmeralda's bare back, to which she covers herself with a robe, implying that she was getting changed.
  • During the song "Topsy Turvy", when several costumed participants attempt to show their "most ugliest face", Djali headbutts each participant in their rear end after they are rejected by the crowd. Also, near the end of the song, a participant pops a cork on a wine bottle, which hits a stilt walker in the groin.
  • When Esmeralda is escaping Frollo's soldiers, one stilt walker kicks four of them in their groins, and they all let out a pained, high-pitched scream.
  • At one point, while Esmeralda is fighting Phoebus, she calls him a "sneaky son of a...", but Phoebus interrupts her, reminding her that they're in a church.
  • During the "A Guy Like You" musical number, Victor, at one point, covers the crotch of a nude, headless male statue with a playing card having a picture of a leaf on it.
  • Hugo is revealed to have a crush on Djali, which is further exploited in The Hunchback of Notre Dame II, and at the end of the sequel, they both confirm their love for each other. As Esmeralda refers to Djali as a "he", this is obviously a homosexual relationship, and Hugo's gestures seem to imply that he is, in fact, gay (or alternately, mistakes Djali for a female).

Aladdin and the King of Thieves

  • At the beginning of the film, as Genie is throwing a party for Aladdin before getting him dressed for his wedding day, he transforms into a sexy woman popping out of a cake and shaking his chest seductively. He then snatches a mug of beer from Carpet's tassel and says, "Nope, you're the designated flyer," despite the fact that Carpet cannot drink due to having no mouth at all.
  • At one point, the Forty Thieves ambush Aladdin and Jasmine's wedding with a stampeding elephant. As the ground begins to shake, Genie exclaims, "I thought the earth wasn't supposed to move until the honeymoon!"
  • During the ambush, Genie snatches an elephant, cocks its trunk like a gun, and yells, "Don't make me use the other end!" (referring to the pachyderm's rear end).

Hercules

  • At the start of the film, when the Muses begin narrating the story, Thalia gets near an image of Hercules and says in a flirtatious manner that she would like to "make some music," hinting that she wants to have a sexual relationship with the demigod.
  • Hercules' confrontation with Nessus the centaur is practically made of sexual implications. When he grabs Megara, she kicks him in the face and he retorts, "I like 'em fiery!" Also, when Hercules stands before the centaur, he pauses to check Nessus' underside and addresses him as "sir".
  • After defeating Nessus, Hercules asks Meg how she ended up with him. She replies: "You know how men are. They think 'no' means 'yes', and 'get lost' means 'take me, I'm yours'!" Confused, Hercules just glances back at Pegasus, who merely snorts with irritation. Meg then states that "Shorty" can explain it, and Phil growls.
  • At Thebes, a salesman tries to get Hercules and Phil to buy some sundials. As he approaches them, he opens up his trench coat, which causes Phil to become all shocked (a joke about street flashers).
  • When Hercules and Megara are in the garden, Hercules makes a reference to the ancient Greek story of Oedipus, where he tells Meg, "And that play, that Oedipus thing, man, I thought I had problems!" This is a subtle reference to the fact that Oedipus unknowingly had a sexual relationship with his mother.

Mulan

  • At one point, Cri-Kee falls down the Matchmaker's breast cleavage, making her jiggle awkwardly. Shortly after, her clothed butt catches on fire (with the blaze getting worse, thanks to Mulan using her fan in a failed attempt to put it out), and she screams wildly until Mulan eventually douses the flame with a pot of hot tea.
  • After Mushu reveals himself to Mulan, he states, "My eyes can see straaaaaaight through your armor." Mulan then covers her chest and angrily slaps Mushu in the face.
  • When Mushu wakes up Mulan and presents her with breakfast, Cri-Kee pops up from the food. Disgusted, Mushu flings Cri-Kee out with two chopsticks, stating, "You're gonna make people sick!" (likely referring to making people vomit from seeing insects in their food).
  • As Mushu is teaching Mulan how to act like a man, she sees Yao who yells, "What are you looking at?" Mushu tells Mulan to punch Yao, as "it's how men say hello," which she does, sending him flying over to Chien Po who states, "Oh, Yao, you've made a friend." Mushu then tells Mulan to slap Yao on the behind, as "they like that," which she also does, causing Yao to yelp in surprise before he tells her, "I'm gonna hit you so hard, it will make your ancestors dizzy!" Chien Po tries to soothe Yao by telling him to chant with him, which seems to work. Yao then remarks, "Ah, you ain't worth my time, chicken boy!", to which Mushu retorts: "Chicken boy?! Say that to my face, ya limp noodle!" Yao grabs Mulan to punch her, but she manages to dodge, causing Yao to accidentally punch Ling instead, knocking out some of his teeth before he falls down.
  • While Shang rallies the file of soldiers for training, Mulan is clearly expressing her admiration of Shang's bare chest as he takes his shirt off.
  • When Mushu sees Yao, Ling, and Chien Po rushing to the river while Mulan is bathing, he panics, "There's a couple of things I know they're bound to notice!" In the same scene, Yao stands boldly on a rock, causing Mulan to cover her eyes (trying hard to avoid seeing Yao's privates). Later, Mushu bites Ling in an unspecified area and remarks it was a nasty flavor. Given Ling's looking around, as well as Mushu repeatedly brushing his teeth and telling Mulan: "That was vile. You owe me big!", it is implied he bit him in the butt. When Mulan wishes to never see another naked man, more nude soldiers are seen running toward the river. While walking off, an irritated Mushu then states: "Hey, don't look at me. I ain't bitin' no more butts," confirming that he did indeed bite Ling in that area.
  • In one scene, Mushu barbecues Shan Yu's falcon Hayabusa, to which the latter loses his entire plumage and covers his crotch in embarrassment. Mushu then remarks, "Now that's what I call Mongolian barbecue," and blows a smoke ring over Hayabusa's featherless body.

The Lion King II: Simba's Pride

  • After Kovu experiences his first instance of fun, he, after laughing with Kiara, yells excitedly, "What a blast!", with Pumbaa sheepishly apologizing before the two lions resume laughing, implying that the warthog mistook Kovu's excitement over the experience as a reaction to Pumbaa's flatulence problems.
  • After Kiara reunites with Kovu (who had been wrongfully banished by Simba), the latter eagerly says: "Let's get out of here! We'll run away together...and start a pride all our own." Not only does he speak in a suggestive tone, but he even wiggles his rear end.
  • Prior to the climactic battle between the Pridelanders and the Outsiders, Timon and Pumbaa stand in front of the Pridelanders and shake their rear ends at the Outsiders while verbally taunting them. Later during the battle, when the Outlanders corner Timon and Pumbaa, the meerkat cocks the warthog's tail like a gun and says: "Don't anybody move! This thing's loaded. I'll let ya have it." Surprisingly, this scares their attackers off.

The Brave Little Toaster to the Rescue

  • When Chris attempts to use Kirby to clean up some spilled kitty litter, only to be stopped by Rob, who explains that Kirby doesn't do kitty litter, the vacuum cleaner becomes nauseous and ends up vomiting off-screen, making Blanky say "Poor Kirby, he has upset tummy."
  • In one scene, Kirby assaults Mack when he attempts to ship all the animals that were under Rob's care to Tartarus Laboratories. At one point, Kirby empties his bag of dirt (and likely other filth) in Mack's face, causing him to cough.

Tarzan

  • Upon finding a baby Tarzan, Kala examines him curiously and ends up smelling his diaper, only to abruptly distance herself from it, implying that Tarzan defecated.
  • While examining Jane (and inadvertently tickling her toes), Tarzan innocently tries to take a peek at what is under her skirt, only for Jane to kick him in the face. She then tucks her legs between her arms to avoid a repeat of the offense and tells Tarzan to back off.
  • When Jane mentions how Tarzan moves around with his hands on the ground, Professor Porter comments that it sounds like how her aunt walks around. As Jane continues describing Tarzan and drawing him on the blackboard, her expressions and tone of voice become increasingly intense. Her father then jokes, "Shall I leave you and the blackboard alone for a moment?", prompting an embarrassed yet amused reaction from Jane.
  • At one point, Terk rants to Tantor about Tarzan spending all his time with the humans in the campsite instead of with her, describing a giraffe's birth in the process by stating, "Drops us like a newborn giraffe; KERPLOP!"

Fantasia 2000

  • When Mickey searches for Donald, he opens the door to Daisy's room, which causes her to scream before Mickey apologizes. Though never explicitly stated, it is highly possible that Mickey walked in on Daisy changing for her and Donald's number.
    • In the same scene, Mickey discovers Donald in the shower and enters the bathroom to inform him that his number is about to start, with Donald coming out of the shower nude in a hurry after hearing the news.

An Extremely Goofy Movie

  • At one point, Beret Girl tells Bradley Uppercrust in a seductive yet blatantly sarcastic tone: "Oh, you slay me, tiger. You are the fly in my soup. You are the eyelash in my eye. You are so busy blowing out bad vibes in every direction that we are all choking on your second-hand smoke!"
  • Max explains to his friends that his father has to attend the college they're at because he was fired and is unable to get another job without a degree. Bobby Zimuruski then jokes, "You mean his pink slip was showing?", to which Max tells him not to push it.

Dinosaur

  • As Yar holds up baby Aladar, the newly-hatched Iguanodon urinates (and we see the falling urine). This urine gag is repeated near the end of the film when Yar holds up Aladar's newly-hatched son (except that we don't see any falling urine this time).
  • When Aladar takes a romantic interest in Neera, Zini advises Aladar (in a seductive tone) that what he needs to win her heart is "a little help from the love monkey."
  • At one point, after doing a lot of strenuous walking, Baylene complains, "Oh, joy. Blisters," to which Eema remarks, "I've got blisters on my blisters." Yar then pipes up, "You don't wanna know where I got blisters." He was most likely referring to his lower region (possibly from riding on Aladar's back).
  • Near the end of the film, Zini is seen surrounded by many girl lemurs who are all attracted to him. As they all crowd around Zini, he asks, "Any of you ladies up for a game of 'Monkey in the Middle'?"

The Emperor's New Groove

  • When Kuzco is presented with seven well-dressed women to choose for a bride, he makes it clear that he doesn't want any one of them by criticizing and insulting their appearances. When he comes to the last girl, he sarcastically comments, "Let me guess, you have a great personalty?" Then, while Kuzco has his back turned, the girl furiously tries to assault him, but she is quickly held back by the others. 
  • When the llama-turned Kuzco got knocked unconscious from the waterfall ride, Pacha attempts to perform CPR on Kuzco just as the latter regains consciousness, causing them both to recoil in disgust, as well as Kuzco trying to gargle out while Pacha attempts to assure Kuzco repeatedly that he wasn't trying to kiss him.
  • During Kuzco (in disguise) and Pacha's stay at Mudka's Meat Hut, Kuzco attempts to voice complaints to the head chef. One of the patrons, after observing Pacha's "wife" enter, briefly grins and gives a thumbs up to Pacha, implying that he mistook his wife for having a very shapely bottom. Pacha awkwardly returns the thumbs up.
  • In the middle of the night, Kronk suddenly bolts awake and eventually concludes that Pacha was the guy who lost the bag with Kuzco in it. He then barges into Yzma's tent to tell her his idea, only to be met with a very pissed Yzma with cucumber slices over her eyes and her bald scalp, causing Kronk to scream in horror and disgust. Yzma then grumbles, "This better be good!" as the cucumbers fall out, revealing her angry eyes.
  • During the film's climax, Yzma remarks at one point, "Then I bet you weren't expecting this!", to which she lifts up her skirt as if to expose her genitalia, causing Kuzco and Pacha to shriek in horror and disgust. However, she instead reveals a dagger she had strapped to her thigh, to which Kuzco and Pacha sigh in relief.

Recess: School's Out

  • After T.J. futilely attempts to explain to his mother about the odd experiments being conducted at Third Street School (not helped by his running into the glass door in his rush to tell her), she, upon feeling her son's forehead and finding him very feverish, offers to give him a thermometer and baby lotion. Based on T.J.'s slightly sickened reaction before deciding to warn his father instead, the thermometer she mentioned was most likely a rectal one.
  • When Kojak attempts to block the Recess Gang, Spinelli headbutts him in the groin, causing him to collapse to the floor in pain.
  • When Phil Benedict tells Prickly his plans to eliminate recess, he, in reference to Prickly's claim that it was the only thing to give kids freedom, states that "freedom" is only good for picking up chicks, which, given the current setting, was most likely referring to the concept of "free love".
  • When Benedict rants about how he couldn't stop thinking about Prickly "embarrassing", "humiliating", and lastly destroying his relationship with Muriel Finster, whom he claimed was "the only woman [Benedict] ever loved," T.J. admits to Prickly that the revelation that Finster and Benedict were even in a relationship to begin with still grossed him out, causing Prickly to quickly hush him.

Lady and the Tramp II: Scamp's Adventure

  • Buster is shown to have an interest in Angel, as he repeatedly calls her "his girl", much to her annoyance. This could be a possible allusion to pedophilia, as Buster is a full-grown adult dog and Angel is still a puppy, or he just sees her as a daughter.

Atlantis: The Lost Empire

  • When Milo Thatch discovers Helga Sinclair in his apartment, she acts rather sultry/sensuously while talking to him (and showing a great deal of her bare leg), accompanied by sexy/lusty saxophone music.
  • When Milo meets Preston Whitmore, the latter is seen doing yoga stretches in a robe, and it falls down at one point, exposing Whitmore's lower region to Milo.
  • At one point, Whitmore reveals to Milo that he made a promise to Thaddeus (Milo's grandfather) that if he ever found the Shepherd's Journal, "not only will [Whitmore] finance the expedition, but [he'll] kiss [Thaddeus] full on the mouth." He then shows Milo a photo of them both recoiling and spitting in disgust and remarks, "Imagine my embarrassment when he found the darn thing." 
  • In one scene, Cookie Farnsworth lists whiskey as one of the four basic food groups.
  • While giving announcements, Mrs. Packard says: "Attention. Tonight's supper will be baked beans. Musical program to follow... Who wrote this?" This statement is a subtle reference to how baked beans are notorious for giving people flatulence issues. Earlier, during another announcement, she remarks, "To whoever took the 'L' from the 'Motor Pool' sign, ha-ha, we are all very amused."
  • After Dr. Sweet finishes his examination of Milo, he hands the latter two enormous beakers, stating that he'll need Milo to "fill them up." Milo then spits out the thermometer in his mouth and asks, "With what?"
  • While the crew to find Atlantis is setting up camp, Mrs. Packard states that she sleeps naked. Dr. Sweet then tosses Milo a sleeping mask and warns him, "You're gonna want a pair of these; she sleepwalks."
  • When the crew is first meeting the Atlanteans, while learning that they speak French, Mole whispers something in Kida Nedakh's ear, only to be punched out by her, implying he said something very crude and/or vulgar.
  • When Kida asks Milo if he swims as the two get acquainted, she removes her skirt revealing a bikini bottom, leaving Milo speechless. Stammering, Milo answers Kida's question by stating, "Oh, I do swim, pretty girl," but then corrects himself by saying, "Pretty good."

Lilo & Stitch

  • During Jumba's trial, when the captive Stitch says, "Meega nala kweesta!", an alien robot among the jury vomits up nuts and bolts upon hearing Stitch's foul language.
  • In one scene, Lilo shows Stitch his bed and gives him her doll Scrump and a baby bottle filled with coffee. When Stitch drinks said coffee after climbing onto Lilo's bed, he later goes berserk and causes chaos in her bedroom, to which she ultimately tells Stitch, "No more caffeine for you." 
  • While teaching Stitch about Elvis Presley, Lilo persuades Stitch at one point to kiss an elderly woman sitting on a couch, thinking "she could use some loving." When Stitch attempts to kiss said woman off-screen, she shrieks and chases him away, heavily implying that he touched her inappropriately.
  • When Jumba scolds Stitch for using Lilo as a shield, Stitch stands on his head with his two hands flat on the ground and shakes his rear end as a mooning/taunting gesture.

Treasure Planet

  • When the robo-cops bring Jim Hawkins in after catching him solar boarding, they ask Doppler whether or not he is Jim's father, to which Sarah frantically rejects such a notion, even expressing disgust for emphasis.
  • When John Silver scans Doppler's spacesuit with his cyborg eye, Doppler covers his crotch.
  • In one scene, Captain Amelia thanks Doppler for his astronomical advice, to which Doppler replies, "Why, I have a lot of help to offer anatomically," before correcting himself.

101 Dalmatians II: Patch's London Adventure

  • In one scene, after Thunderbolt "rescues" a cat from a tree, he is seen sitting on top of the suffocating feline, while clearly squashing it with his rump.
  • At one point, Thunderbolt, in a dramatic and over-the-top style, fakes being dead in front of Lil' Lightning, who then mourns over Thunderbolt, despite the former's rivalry towards him.

Brother Bear

  • At the start of the film, Kenai is chased by a herd of caribou and yells at his brothers Sitka and Denahi to dive for cover. As they do so, one of the caribou's hooves hits Denahi on the head. As the stampeding herd passes, Kenai quips, "Never try to milk a caribou!" (heavily implying that he pulled a male caribou's genitalia by mistake). A furious Denahi then tackles Kenai and tries to give his brother a spit loogie, with Kenai begging him to stop, before Sitka intervenes to break it up.
  • At one point, Sitka advises Kenai, "Just because Denahi's totem is wisdom doesn't mean he's wise." He proves his point as Denahi is prancing with flowers and accidentally steps on a dog's tail, and it barks loudly at him. Three girls then appear and seductively greet Denahi, who absentmindedly backs into the dog and gets bitten in the butt (the camera cuts away at the last second to Kenai and Sitka grimacing as Denahi screams in pain).
  • When Rutt and Tuke see the bear-turned Kenai aimlessly trying to get a goose flock's attention, Rutt comments, "Maybe the goose pooped on him."
  • In one scene, Koda tells Kenai: "If the snow's white, then it's all right. Yellow or green, it's just not clean. I learned that one the hard way." He was obviously referring to how yellow snow is the result of having been urinated on, a joke seen in many movies/shows. The dialogue also strongly implies that Koda had eaten yellow snow.
  • At one point, Tuke warns Rutt not to go near a certain patch to feed, as "something went there."
  • While at the salmon run gathering, Tug jokingly tells two lover bears, "Get a cave!" after hearing them express their love for each other to an exaggerated degree.
  • During the post-credits, Koda tells the viewers that "no fish were harmed during the making of this film." However, an adult bear is then seen chasing one of the salmon in an attempt to eat it. While the fish is screaming for help, Koda covers the camera with his paws so the audience couldn't see the bear eat the salmon, but the fish can still be heard getting eaten.

The Lion King 1½

  • During the song "Hakuna Matata", Timon and Pumbaa parody the spaghetti sequence from Lady and the Tramp while eating a worm together, though they are both disgusted by this.
  • As Timon, Pumbaa, and Simba are relaxing in an oasis, there are bubbles in the water like a hot tub. Then, when Pumbaa gets out of the pool, the bubbles disappear, implying that he was simply farting an awful lot. Timon and Simba sense this and immediately get out as well, while expressing subtle disgust.
  • When Timon and Pumbaa reunite in the desert, Timon yells, "Let's whip some grass!", a loose term based on the phrase: "Let's whip some ass!" Ironically, in the original movie (see above), there was a gag in which Timon nearly said the same word.

Home on the Range

  • When Maggie first appears, we see her udder with teats, to which she states, "Yeah, they're real. Quit staring!" (in reference to breast implants). In fact, this line is one of the reasons the film received a PG rating.
  • During their quest to capture outlaw Alameda Slim and use the reward money to save the farm, a tone-deaf Grace starts singing off-key, causing two vultures to circle over her. Maggie informs them that Grace is not dying, to which one of the vultures says, "You sure? We could wait around." She then responds, "We'll keep you posted!", causing the vultures to fly away from Grace.
  • In one of Buck's daydreams, the stallion is seen fighting bandits, defeating them all with his martial art skills. Buck later uses these skills in the film's climax to defeat the traitorous Rico, Mr. Wesley, and the Willie Brothers
  • While wandering through Chugwater, Maggie, Grace, and Mrs. Calloway get startled by loud noises resembling gunfire. As they all flee in fear, they enter a saloon, mistaking it for the Sheriff's office, and accidentally bump into three fat singing ladies' rear ends before a comedic battle ensues.
  • At a cattle drive, Barry and Bob begin flirting with Pearl's dairy cows, much to Maggie and Mrs. Calloway's disgust, though Grace doesn't seem to mind the bulls' company. She then says that Barry and Bob might be able to help them, to which the bulls suggestively agree (in a flirtatious tone) that they can all "help" each other. Knowing what Barry and Bob meant, Maggie and Mrs. Calloway become even more disgusted. When Slim and the Willies later arrive, Grace takes notice and warns everyone, causing all the bulls to panic. Barry then leans seductively against Mrs. Calloway and tells her, "Don't worry, I'll protect you," to which she retorts, "You have exactly two seconds to remove your hoof before I snap it off at the knee!" Thinking she was the "blonde", Barry apologizes to her, only for Mrs. Calloway to knock him out with her hoof in annoyance.
  • At Echo Mine, as the cows and Lucky Jack prepare to ambush Slim, Grace warns the others about Slim's hypnotic yodeling. She then tells Lucky Jack, "I hope you can forgive me," and when the jackrabbit questions this, Grace rips off part of his cotton tail, to which he covers his rump and rebukes, "Now you just watch it there, toots!"

Mulan II

  • As Mushu is announcing Mulan's engagement to Shang to the Fa Ancestors, he tells them, "The color is pink...as a freshly-slapped newborn's behind." A female ancestor inquires, "How about a pink slip?", to which Mushu replies in disgust, "Nobody wants to see your drawers, Prunehilda," before the Great Ancestor clarifies, "Actually, she meant this," and hands Mushu a pink scroll terminating his guardianship should Mulan get married.
  • When Mushu stows away in Mulan's saddlebag while she is riding Khan, the dragon pops out and says: "Uh...could you smooth out the ride a little bit? Oh, I'm getting horse-sick!" while attempting to keep his mouth closed, evidently trying to stop himself from vomiting.
  • When Mulan is talking to Ting-Ting, Su, and Mei in the carriage prior to their journey, one of the princesses extends her bare foot to Mulan at one point. In most ancient (and even some modern) East Asian cultures, a noble woman's bare feet were considered almost as private as her genitalia. A princess would never have extended her bare foot to a soldier, no matter how gallant.

Mickey's Twice Upon a Christmas

  • When Goofy shows Mona Max's baby pictures, an embarrassed Max tries to avoid seeing his nude self.
  • When Huey, Dewey, and Louie reach Santa's list, a janitor elf catches them. Meanwhile, Dewey fakes the elf out by telling him that someone tossed the Christmas cookies at Sporting Goods. This could be a pun on "tossing [one's] cookies," a slang phrase for vomiting.

Valiant

  • At one point, Valiant's mother suggests he should have some breakfast before he goes, and then starts making regurgitation sounds and motions, followed by her spitting up part of a worm for him (he expresses disgust and rejects the worm).
  • When Lofty first meets Valiant and Bugsy, he remarks, "For a, quote, 'elite unit', unquote, they seem to be letting in almost anything with wings..." Using his monocle to examine Bugsy's rear end, Lofty adds, "...including those flies circling your bottom."
  • When visiting Victoria, the camp nurse, Bugsy suggestively and playfully asks her if she has anything for him. She then pulls out a large syringe (to give him and the other recruits a shot) and asks him if this is what he was thinking about, causing Bugsy and the others (except Valiant) to faint. She then gives Valiant a vaccination right in his rear end, to which he groans in pain.
  • In one scene, Sergeant Monty drills the recruits by showing them slides for them to determine "friend or foe", to which they get each one wrong. He then pulls down one last slide displaying a poster of a sexy-looking bird, and they all enthusiastically state, "Friend!", much to Monty's chagrin and annoyance.
  • When the plane the pigeons are aboard gets ambushed by missiles, Commander Gutsy orders the recruits to "get ready to drop," to which Toughwood whimpers, "I think I've dropped already!"
  • After Charles De Girl (a female mouse) introduces herself, she asks the recruits if they speak French, and Bugsy replies: "Does 'ooh-la-la' mean anything to you? Or 'va-va-voom'?" (all in response to the sight of her).
  • When Charles De Girl mentions the "message" the recruits are told to carry, her French accent makes it sound like she is saying "massage", and Bugsy suggestively jokes that he'd like a full-body one.
  • When the pigeons attempt to escape the falcons in France after being spotted, Charles De Girl tries to catch a ride with Bugsy by grabbing his feet as he takes off, and he accidentally farts right in her face. Despite his apology, she calls him a "dirty bird".
  • When Valiant rendezvouses with Sergeant Monty and a Pigeon Officer, he tells them he has a message to deliver and then regurgitates the written message he had swallowed earlier (after losing his container where the message was originally supposed to be stored).

Chicken Little

  • When Chicken Little is training for his baseball game, Fish pours some water out of his diving helmet into Chicken Little's mouth, to which he promptly spits it out in disgust (likely due to it containing Fish's excrement).
  • In one scene, Abby Mallard and Runt sing along to the Spice Girls' song "Wannabe" (which contains lyrics that are presumably sexual in nature).
  • When Abby reminds Chicken Little about a past frozen pee incident (from a passing airplane bathroom), Runt then uses various terms for urinating (such as "piddle", "whiz", and "wee-wee") before a disgusted Chicken Little pleads him to stop.

Kronk's New Groove

  • Kronk follows a coin that leads him to a dark alley, where Yzma emerges from the shadows then asks, "Looking for this?" and holds up her leg, making Kronk shriek in disgust, until she reveals the coin beneath her foot. In the same scene, Yzma offers Kronk a proposition while seductively leaning close to him, making him gag in disgust, until she reveals that she means a business proposition.
  • When Kronk begins his story of how he fell in love with Birdwell, a stag reel logo appears on the slideshow screen, and Kronk covers the logo in embarrassment. A stag film contains pornography and sexual content.
  • In one scene, an aggravated Birdwell is seen beating Kronk in effigy by shaping a pile of dough to resemble Kronk's head and then pounding it flat. Kronk notices this from afar and informs his shoulder angel when he tells Kronk how upset Birdwell is.

The Wild

  • When Nigel the koala leaps off his tree, he lands groin first on the gate rail to his zoo enclosure and painfully moans, "Who put that bar there?" as he slowly falls off.
  • While Benny the squirrel gazes at Bridget the giraffe in a smitten manner, she tells him, "Don't stare at my spots; my eyes are up here," causing Benny to snap out of his trance.
  • During the turtle curling championship, Nigel gets teased by three female monkeys holding a plush koala doll, and one of them grabs Nigel's butt, to which he yells, "Leave my bum alone!" The ruckus causes Bridget to accidentally fall on top of Benny by crushing him with her rear end. When she notices Benny unconscious, she panics and asks, "Who knows mouth-to-mouth?" Benny recovers and declares, "I do," before he kisses Bridget on the lips. When she annoyingly asks Benny, "What was that?", he replies, "Just your daily dose of vitamin Benny, baby." The last gag is repeated near the end of the film, when Bridget kisses Benny after he says the right words about her.
  • When Nigel emerges from the rear of a garbage truck, he is seen with a popcorn container stuck to his lower region and remarks, "Hey, guys, I got popcorn up my bum." He then asks Samson the lion, "Do I look trashy in this?", but an unamused Samson yanks the popcorn container off Nigel, who yowls in pain.
  • While trying to escape three rabid dogs, Samson orders Larry to coil, and the snake uses his long body to wrap around the grating of a manhole. As the three dogs draw near, Samson tweaks Bridget in the butt, causing her to yelp in pain and giving Larry (who is around her neck) the strength to open the manhole. When Bridget then glares at Samson for the offense, he quickly retorts, "I improvised!"
  • When Samson and his zoo friends manage to hijack a boat, they narrowly avoid colliding with a bigger ship. In the aftermath, Nigel looks down at his crotch area and moans, "Oh dear...anyone got any eucalyptus wipes?" (obviously implying that he wet himself).
  • After Benny arrives on the back of a goose and meets up with his zoo pals aboard their boat, he tells Bridget, "Bet you didn't know I could ride geese...bareback," while spanking his rump during the "bareback" part.
  • When Samson attempts to use his instincts to look for his son Ryan, he exposes some bamboo and unintentionally invades the privacy of a hyrax, who is seen cleaning his lower region with a leaf. The hyrax then covers his crotch area and yells, "Doesn't anyone knock anymore?!"
  • At one point, Benny finds himself being rolled around by a group of German dung beetles each rolling a large ball of dung and mistake Benny for one, calling him "Stinky". One even states, "Rolling the dung is good for tight buns!" A fed-up Benny then shouts, "I'll give you something to roll about!" and raises his foot to kick the dung beetles, only for them to roll away, causing Benny to spin in the air and land right on his belly.

Leroy & Stitch

  • During Leroy and Stitch's first battle at Jumba's lab, Leroy, at one point, gets sucked into an exhaust fan and comes out with his fur all shaven off. Stitch laughs at Leroy's furless body, to which the latter growls angrily before instantly regrowing his entire fur.
  • During Leroy and Stitch's second battle at Aloha Stadium, Stitch, at one point, flings Leroy into one of the outhouses, to which the latter comes out with his fur and uniform all drenched in wastewater.

Bambi II

  • A cranky Porcupine pricks Bambi's rear end with his quills twice in the film.

Brother Bear 2

  • During the film's opening, Rutt and Tuke are fleeing from a cranky bison they mistook for a moosette and take cover in some bushes. When Rutt then rebukes, "I told you that was no moosette!", Tuke answers, "Well, she looked like one from behind," implying that he was looking at the bison's rear end instead of its front.
  • When Rutt and Tuke are attempting to impress the moosettes by appealing to their olfactory senses, they tell Kenai and Koda that the brown substance they were rolling in wasn't mud, which grosses the bears out after sensing that it was really manure (Koda actually sensed this beforehand when he smelled something stinky).

Meet the Robinsons

  • When the Bowler Hat Guy realizes that he must find Lewis Robinson, he writes it on his list using onomatopoeia, which, in comic strips, is often used to censor cursing.
  • At a miniature bar, various frogs have what appear to be alcoholic drinks. At one point, after a frog eats a fly, he remarks, "What a buzz!"
  • A tanning salon coupon shows a side view of a buxom woman in a bikini top.

Bolt

  • After Bolt jumps from a speeding truck and falls hard on the ground, he questions the "red liquid coming from [his] paw," to which the captive Mittens informs him that it's blood. When Bolt naively questions this even further, Mittens responds, "Yes, so if you want to keep it inside your body, where it belongs, you should stop jumping off trucks doing eighty on the interstate!"
  • When Bolt, Mittens, and Rhino escape the pound while unintentionally destroying Ester's truck in the process, she notices an unconscious Lloyd lying on the ground and questions him about it. Martin suddenly sneaks up behind Ester, to which she screams and pepper sprays him. She then tells the two men, "Both of you need serious help!", believing they were either high on something or just mentally ill.
  • When Mittens is teaching Bolt how to be a "real dog", she shows him a toilet that many dogs drink from, to which Bolt questions this in a shocked manner.

The Princess and the Frog

  • When the frog-turned Naveen tries to convince Tiana to kiss him to make him human again, he puckers up, and when his throat expands, he states, "That's new." Tiana then asks, "Just one kiss?", to which Naveen suggestively replies, "Unless you beg for more," and licks his lips. When the kiss instead turns Tiana into a frog, she lunges at Naveen, culminating in them being flung out the window and into the party below. At one point, they end up falling down the back of Charlotte's dress, making her jiggle awkwardly. She suddenly falls over and screams as she sees the frogs underneath her skirt. Big Daddy then orders his dog Stella to chase after the frogs. During the chaos, a giraffe mask falls on top of the scurrying frogs, and they pass a man in an octopus costume, who pours out all of his eight glasses of wine, thinking he was hallucinating.
  • When Tiana and Naveen take shelter in a hollow tree to escape a swarm of hungry alligators, Naveen seductively tells Tiana that, "We might as well get...comfortable." As if this weren't blatant enough already, we then hear her slapping him in response.
  • At one point, while Lawrence (who had been transformed into Naveen by Dr. Facilier) is flirting with Charlotte, he starts to change back to his normal self, and his clothed butt is shown bulging for a few frames.
  • When Ray discovers Naveen and Tiana tongue-tied (literally), he thinks they both "got a little carried away" (referring to having sex). Ray then tries to turn on his light and briefly farts. Ironically, his rear end where his bright light glows greatly resembles half of a person's buttocks.
  • At one point, Ray tells Mama Odie that his grandmother got in trouble for flashing the neighbors.

Tangled

  • When Rapunzel first encounters Flynn Rider, she whacks him with a frying pan twice, and then hits him a third time during her interrogation.
  • A running gag is Shorty always appearing intoxicated. In one scene, after Shorty walks out of The Snuggly Duckling drunk, he spots Mother Gothel and remarks, "Whoa, somebody get me a glass 'cause I just found me a tall drink of water!", implicitly referring to Gothel's attractiveness in a mildly sexual manner.

Wreck-It Ralph

  • During the Bad-Anon meeting, Kano rips out Cyril's heart, a fatality taken straight from the M-rated Mortal Kombat franchise. This also means that the film has a character from an M-rated series, even though they credit him only as "Cyborg" in the movie credits.
  • When Ralph sees Pac-Man at the anniversary party, he becomes angry and refers to Pac-Man as a "cherry-chasing dot muncher". While this is a reference to the Pac-Man video game, it could also be a sexual joke.
  • While sorting through the lost-and-found in Tapper, Ralph comes across Zangief's briefs. He later steals Markowski's armor and uses said briefs to cover his privates.
  • When trying to calm down the NicelandersFix-It Felix Jr. proclaims that Ralph must have fallen asleep in Tapper's bathroom again, implying that, at one point, Ralph either spent too much time defecating in the restroom, or became intoxicated enough that he ended up falling asleep in the bathroom.
  • When King Candy sees Ralph in Sugar Rush for the first time, he becomes shocked and exclaims, "Milk my duds!" This is a reference to the candy Milk Duds, but it is possibly also a sexual innuendo.
  • When Ralph explains to Vanellope that he won his medal on Hero's Duty, she mishears him and believes he said "Hero's Doodie". Ralph tries to correct her by explaining that, "It's not that kind of duty," to which Vanellope then starts making various poop-related jokes at the game's expense, much to Ralph's annoyance.

Planes

  • When El Chupacabra first notices Rochelle, the border becomes pink with hearts as he becomes instantly smitten with her. Later, when El Chupacabra successfully seduces Rochelle, she smothers him in kisses, implying that his serenade last night worked a little too well, much to his discomfort.
  • During the film's climax, when Ripslinger is many feet before the finish line while unaware that Dusty Crophopper is right behind him, he leans to get the press to take some pictures of him. Dusty makes an advantage by overtaking Ripslinger while he gets his pictures taken and wins the race ahead of him. Enraged, Ripslinger yells at Dusty, but then crashes into several portable toilets and lands in a pile of sludge. He is then put onto a flatbed truck and taken away, while Roper makes fun of him by calling him "Ripstinker" and telling him to wash up.

Frozen

  • When Kristoff is questioning Anna about how well she knows Hans, he asks what Hans' foot size is and she replies, "Foot size doesn't matter." This is a subtle reference to the myth about how the size of a person's hands or feet can determine the size of their genitalia.
  • When Anna is admiring the snow, Olaf suggests the snow should be a different color, like yellow, but then changes his mind and says, "Yellow and snow, no go." He was obviously referring to how yellow snow is the result of having been urinated on.
  • During the "Fixer Upper" musical number, a young troll sings that Kristoff "likes to tinkle in the woods," causing a surprised Anna to say, "I did not need to know that!" As tinkle is another word for "urinate", this verse reveals that Kristoff likes urinating in the woods.

Big Hero 6

  • When Baymax diagnoses Hiro's mood swings as puberty, he states, "You should expect an increase in body hair, especially on your face, chest, armpits, and–" Hiro cuts Baymax off before he can finish the sentence.
  • When Baymax gets stuck in a window, he says, "Excuse me while I let out some air," and deflates. As he does, it sounds similar to human flatulence.
  • When Baymax's battery is running low, while he initially behaves like a malfunctioning robot, he later acts as if he were intoxicated.

Zootopia

  • The film's entire plot is a satirical look at how society deems people of certain ethnicities as terrorists.
  • During her training at the Zootopia Police Academy, Judy Hopps goes into a bathroom stall and falls into the presumably filthy toilet.
  • At Jumbeaux's Café, when Judy points out that the elephant employees are getting snot and mucus in the ice cream, two elephant customers, upon hearing this, spit out their ice cream and gag in disgust.
  • While Judy is blackmailing Nick Wilde over his felony tax evasion, she reveals she has over 270 siblings, which gives away the classic "bunny multiplication" joke.
  • In one scene, Judy is shocked to see nude animals relaxing in Mystic Springs Oasis, a "naturalist" (naturist) club, while Yax thinks that animals wearing clothes are weird.
  • When Judy first meets Mr. Big along with Nick, the shrew notices Judy's uniform and immediately asks if she is some kind of performer (i.e. stripper).
  • When Mayor Lionheart gets Bellwether's name wrong in front of Judy and Nick, Bellwether claims they play with each other and get their names wrong all the time, even telling them of a time she called him "Mayor Lionfart".

Moana

  • When Maui traps Moana inside a cave, she demands, "Let me out, you lying, slimy son of a b–!" but is abruptly cut off as the scene then switches to Maui humming.
  • While Maui is teaching Moana to sail, he tells her if the current is warm, she's going the right way. When Moana puts her hand in the water behind him, she feels it is cold, but it starts getting warmer. She then notices a relieved look on Maui's face and exclaims, "Eww, what is your problem?!", pretty much hinting that Maui urinated.
  • At one point, Tamatoa mentions that he "ate [his] grandma." This indicates that he is, in fact, a cannibal.

Ralph Breaks the Internet

  • In one scene, Ralph asks for a computer virus to destroy Slaughter Race and keep Vanellope from leaving him, so J.P. Spamley takes him into the "dark web" (a part of the Internet used mainly by pedophiles, terrorists, and other criminals) to get one from Double Dan.
  • When Ralph and Vanellope leave Slaughter Race, an uneasy Ralph claims, "My butt is clenched," implying that he pooped himself.
  • As a parody of the "true love's kiss" trope, when Ralph lands in a bed unconscious after he was saved by the Disney Princesses, Tiana gets close to him. Instead of kissing him, however, Tiana brings a frog Naveen who ends up being the one kissing Ralph.
  • In a mid-credits scene, Ralph and Vanellope enter a Pancake Milkshake mobile game, in which the bunny character ends up exploding after Ralph overfeeds it. Mo, who was playing the game while riding home with her mother, then screams, implying that the bunny's organs appeared onscreen after it exploded.

Frozen II

  • When Kristoff is telling Sven his plans to marry Anna, he shows the reindeer the ring before crouching down on one knee. People around Kristoff grimace, believing he (a human) is proposing to Sven (a reindeer).
  • While traveling to the Enchanted Forest, Olaf mentions several "trivia facts", including "Wombats poop squares."
  • During the gang's encounter with Gale as a tornado, Anna exclaims, "I think I'm gonna be sick!" while attempting to keep her mouth closed, evidently trying to stop herself from vomiting.
  • When Olaf reveals himself to both the Northuldra and Arendellian soldiers, Ryder gasps and hides behind his sister. While Ryder is evidently scared at the fact that he witnessed a living snowman, Olaf doesn't realize this and instead assumes Ryder panicked because Olaf is naked, to which the latter explains, "I just find clothes restricting."
  • In one scene, Olaf, in order to explain who his friends are and why they're in the Enchanted Forest, recreates (in a comical and over-the-top style) several moments from the first film, including the death of Anna and Elsa's parents, as well as Anna almost freezing to death.
    • Additionally, when recreating the revelation of Hans' true colors, Olaf and Sven portray the treacherous prince and Anna, respectively. As the revelation happened, when Hans pretended to kiss Anna, Olaf and Sven had to look as if they were about to kiss in order to recreate the moment.

Pixar films

Toy Story

  • When Bo Peep asks Woody, "What do you say I get someone else to watch the sheep tonight?", it is implied that Bo wants to spend the night with Woody.
  • When Slinky stands up for Woody, Mr. Potato Head points to Slinky, removes his lips, and makes them kiss his own butt, causing Mr. Spell, Snake, and one of the Troikas to laugh, as he is calling Slinky a butt kisser.
  • When all the other toys marvel at Buzz, he says to Woody, "I think the word you're searching for is 'Space Ranger.'" Annoyed, Woody replies, "The word I'm searching for I can't say because there are preschool toys present," implying that he wanted to call Buzz a profane word.
  • After Buzz tells Woody that he can fly around Andy's room with his eyes closed, Woody calls Buzz "Mr. Lite-Beer", referring to the fact that if Buzz were really flying around the room with his eyes closed, he would likely be drunk. It also references the alcoholic beverage Bud Light Beer.
  • While Andy starts looking around his room for Buzz, Mr. Potato Head quietly gets Woody's attention by having Etch draw a hangman's noose, meaning he is intending to hang Woody.
  • Legs, one of Sid's toys, is a fishing rod with Barbie legs who is supposed to be a "hooker", as she is a toy who can hook things. The word is also a double entendre, referring to a hooker (prostitute).
  • During the Mrs. Nesbitt scene, Buzz is concussed from his bad fall a few minutes before, making him appear "drunk" on imaginary Darjeeling (tea), causing Woody to later reply, "I think you've had enough tea for today."
  • When Woody shows the other toys Buzz's detached arm and claims that he's all right, Rex, thinking that Woody killed Buzz, turns his head away and vomits.
  • When the soldiers report that Molly got a Mrs. Potato Head as a Christmas gift, Mr. Spell types: "HUBBA HUBBA!" when cheering on Mr. Potato Head for getting what he wanted, a reference to a common expression for viewing someone as sexually attractive.
  • Not in the film itself, but in an original draft for the film, when Barbie saves Woody and Buzz à la Sarah Connor, Woody remarks at one point that he wished he was "anatomically correct".

A Bug's Life

  • After Rosie and Dim's failed opening circus act, some of the flies leave dissatisfied, and one of them says, "I have been in outhouses that didn't stink this bad."
  • In the above scene, one of the Fly Brothers says to Francis (mistaking him for a girl): "Hey, cutie! Wanna pollinate with a real bug?", meaning he wants to have sex with him.
  • When the Flaming Death act backfires, causing P.T. Flea to get burned to a crisp, one of the remaining flies in the audience applauds and shouts, "Burn him again!"
  • At the Bug Bar, when the Cockroach Waitress yells, "Hey! Who ordered the poo-poo platter?", a bunch of dung flies swarm around the platter, referring to that they ordered it. "Poo-poo" is a childish euphemism for fecal matter.
  • After the mosquito at the bar (who is clearly a male) drinks his "Bloody Mary, O+", he gets drunk and fat, and then passes out. In reality, only female mosquitoes drink blood; his thorax also grew in size, when in reality, it would be the abdomen that would change size after drinking blood. Additionally, his order of a "Bloody Mary" references the alcoholic drink of the same name.
  • When Dot and her second grade classmates show a mural of the Circus Bugs fighting the grasshoppers away, Rosie compliments the colors of the blood. Dot then explains they drew Heimlich getting cut in half because their teacher said the battle sequence would be more dramatic, causing Heimlich to become very anxious.
  • After finding out that the "Warriors" are Circus Bugs, Flik organizes a "meeting" with them, and when Princess Atta questions it, Flik states that it's "strictly BYOB". BYOB is an acronym for "Bring Your Own Booze", while "booze" is a slang term for alcoholic drinks.
  • During the fake bird attack, the ants and Circus Bugs use boysenberries as blood to act like they were hit or killed, causing the grasshoppers to think that the "bird" is really attacking them.
  • During the outtakes, as the Queen is talking to Flik, her pet Aphie urinates on her lap. Flik and the crew then start laughing while she asks for a towel.
    • Also during the outtakes, Tuck and Roll enter a belching contest, with Roll also proceeding to fart instead of burping, before Rosie decides to leave the area in disgust.

Toy Story 2

  • When Bo tells Buzz to give Woody a kiss when he finds him, Buzz replies, "All right, but I don't think it'll mean the same coming from me," implying that Buzz didn't want Woody to think he was gay.
  • When all of the toys make it to their first location, Hamm's cork comes off. He then says, "All right, nobody look until I get my cork back in!", meaning he doesn't want to be seen fully exposed.
  • When the toys first encounter the many Barbie dolls in Al's Toy Barn, they all jaw-drop and look at them as if they are attracted. Later, when meeting Tour Guide Barbie, Mr. Potato Head reminds himself repeatedly under his breath that he's a married spud, meaning he doesn't want Mrs. Potato Head to think he is cheating on her. Hamm vouches for Potato Head by moving between him and Tour Guide Barbie, saying, "Then make room for the single fellas."
  • If viewers look very closely at the Woody's Roundup merchandise, a track on one of the records is titled: "Dam it all" (a pun on the phrase: "Damn it all!").
  • When Woody tries to mimic his TV self by telling Bullseye to "ride like the wind", only to fall off him with the saddle, Bullseye looks down and then walks away bashfully while covering his crotch.
  • When Mr. Potato Head sees the complex baggage conveyor belts at the airport, he becomes shocked and drops a load of pieces out of his compartment on the back.
  • After Jessie springs into action to help Buster out of Andy's room for some "private time", Buzz's lovestruck reaction causes his wings to pop out. This is presumably a reference to what happens to men who get "too excited".
  • In one of the outtakes, Stinky Pete ruins a take by farting loudly, which sets almost everyone off-screen in a fit of laughter. He then apologizes, humorously remarking that this must be the reason he is called "Stinky Pete".

Monsters, Inc.

  • In the "23-19" scene, after the CDA remove the sock on George's back, they shave him completely, and he covers his crotch. One CDA agent quickly tears off a bandage on George's back, who then screams and uncovers his crotch. However, in subsequent scenes, he is not shown covering his crotch, and nothing is in place of his genitalia.
  • At one point, Waternoose can be seen drinking what appears to be human feces from a coffee cup. Although it could also be heated mud.
  • At Harryhausen's, when Sulley explains to Mike about the situation he is in, they hide their faces behind the menu, much to Celia's anger. This may imply that she thinks Mike and Sulley have a gay relationship.
  • In the restroom scene, where Boo is in one of the stalls, Sulley, at one point, thinks Boo is finished and opens the stall door, causing the latter to shriek before he quickly shuts the door and apologizes. Later, when Sulley is looking for Boo, he playfully crawls on the floor and looks through the bathroom stalls from under the doors. Mike eventually arrives and asks, "What are you doing?!" He may have thought that Sulley was peeking through the stalls to see men use the restroom.
  • In the above scene, when Mike and Sulley are hiding Boo from Randall and Fungus in one of the bathroom stalls, Mike accidentally dunks his foot into the presumably filthy toilet. After they both leave, Mike slips and falls into the toilet behind the closed stall as water splashes onto the floor, causing Boo to express disgust. Later, Mike is seen walking with some toilet paper stuck to his wet foot.
  • In the Himalayas, when the Yeti offers Mike some yellow snow cones, Mike gags disgustedly at the sight of them (yellow snow is typically known for having been urinated on). However, the Yeti recovers him from the awkward pause by saying, "Don't worry, it's lemon."
  • In an attempt to make Boo laugh, Mike does a flip in the air and lands groin first on a metal bar, only to find out that Sulley forgot to remove Boo's "monster visor", meaning Mike ended up hurting himself for nothing.

Finding Nemo

  • At the beginning, Pearl reveals that one of her tentacles is shorter than the rest, but it's hard to tell, especially when she twirls them side to side. On octopi, the short tentacle is the genitalia.
  • Three times in the film, Pearl and her father were shown squirting ink when scared. The first time was when Tad pulled Pearl away from the edge of the drop-off, the second was when Pearl's father saw the sharks, and the third was in the credits where Pearl bumped into El Magnifico's credit. This is equivalent to wetting oneself in fear.
  • The way in which Bruce, Anchor, and Chum attempt to lead their diets down a path devoid of fish is similar to how people go through withdrawal from alcohol or drugs.
  • When Bruce accidentally causes all of the mines surrounding his lair to explode after hitting one of them with a torpedo, several bubbles above the water burst underneath a pelican, causing another to become disgusted. He then says, "Nice," in a sarcastic way and flies off (thinking the other pelican farted).
  • At one point, Dr. Philip Sherman euphemistically states that he needs to "see a man about a wallaby." This may or may not be authentic Australian English slang, but it is similar to the British English euphemism "going to see a man about a dog/horse," which has the same meaning (going to relieve oneself).
  • The volcano inside the Dentist's office aquarium is called Mount Wannahockaloogie (a "loogie" is a slang term for phlegm, so the volcano's name literally means "want to hock a loogie").
  • After Bloat belches from eating green filth, a disgusted Gurgle remarks, "Don't you people realize we are swimming in our own–" but Peach interrupts him when she sees the Dentist coming. Gurgle was trying to refer to their own excrement.
  • When the AquaScum 2003 first scans the tank, Gurgle covers his crotch area as the laser "scans" his body.
  • The fullscreen version of the film (exclusive to the original 2003 US home release) accidentally (by expanding the aspect ratio vertically) reveals the visible portion of a woman's legs as she enters the waiting room, essentially showing some of her bare leg as the hem of her skirt is now seen.
  • One of the boats moored at Sydney Harbour is called The Surly Mermaid, which is the name of an Australian pub.
  • When Dory and Marlin try to flee from Nigel after he forces Gerald to spit them out, a seagull poops right in front of them, while Nigel looks at it awkwardly.

The Incredibles

  • During the montage where superheroes are forced to retire, a newspaper shows a photo of a Super behind bars below the headline "X-Ray Vision Peeping Tom?"
  • During dinner, when Helen asks Violet what she is hungry for, Dash smugly replies, "Tony Rydinger," as he teases his sister over her crush. Later on, Dash smugly remarks, "She'd be eating if we were having Tony-loaf."
  • In the above scene, when Helen and Violet argue about being "normal", the latter says, "The only normal one is Jack-Jack, and he's not even toilet-trained!", to which Jack-Jack laughs. As Dash remarks, "Lucky...", Helen and Violet look at him, confused, so he says, "Uh, I meant about being normal."
  • In the scene where Bob is forced by Gilbert Huph to not help a man who was being mugged near a dumpster, the mugger is briefly seen doing an action to his victim that resembles dry-humping.
  • At some point, Helen pulls Bob into their bedroom, a likely reference to having sex.
  • During the montage, after Bob accepts the job and kisses Helen, they are seen sneaking past Violet to their room. Then, both of them pinch each other's butts while passing through each other.
  • In the scene where Syndrome is holding the Parr family in the air using his levitation device, he rudely remarks how Mr. Incredible and Elastigirl "got busy," referring to their kids, Dash and Violet.
  • While watching the Omnidroid attack, Syndrome's security guards intend to start a drinking game, as one of them says, "Okay, every time they run, let's have a shot!"
  • On Hypershock's NSA file, one of the blurbs listed says: "Fondness for Drink", meaning he was addicted to alcohol.
  • Gamma Jack's NSA file mentions that he was originally known as "Handsome Jack", as he was a favorite among women. In his interview, he states that he rescues attractive women first and works his way "down the list".

Cars

  • During the first time Lightning has to repair the main road, and after Red the firetruck ignored him, Lighting gets upset and says: "I shouldn't have to put up with this! I'm a precision instrument of speed and aerodynamics!" Then Mater gets confused and asks, "You hurt your what?" He was probably referring to Lightning's crotch, as when Mater usually says "what" at the end or middle of asking a question, he usually is referring to anything inappropriate.
  • Lightning's racing sponsor is Rust-eze Medicated Bumper Ointment: New Rear-End Formula, a treatment for one's backside.
  • When Mia and Tia meet Lightning backstage, they flash their headlights at him. This is equivalent to female racing fans who lift up their shirts to flash the racers.
  • At the courthouse (when Lightning was being accused), after Lightning asks Mater if he knows Sally, Mater replies, "She's the town attorney...and my fiancée." (This could be to make Lightning feel jealous or just to tease him.) Then Lightning exclaims, "What?!" with a shocked face (he thought Mater was serious, while Mater was trying to get a reaction out of him for play). Mater then giggles, lightly taps him, and says: "Nah, I'm just kiddin'. She just likes me for my body." (He then leans to the side and moves his bottom eyelid up as if he was getting horny/aroused about the remark.)
  • At one point, Ramone shows his undercarriage to Minny and Van when he convinces them to get a paint job.
  • As Lightning watches Sally drive away, he remarks, "Do I spy a little pinstriping tattoo back there?", and the camera focuses on said tattoo on Sally's trunk. She then gets so embarrassed that she knocks over a pile of traffic cones.
  • When Lightning explains to Mater late one night that Sally is going to let him stay at the motel, Mater replies, "Ohhh, gettin' cozy at the Cone, is we?" He was probably referring to Lightning and Sally having sex at the motel.
  • When Lightning drives in on Doc Hudson fixing the Sheriff, whose undercarriage is exposed, Lightning stares and then soon looks away in embarrassment, and the Sheriff says, "Get a good peek, city boy?" As Lightning leaves, the Sheriff remarks, "Hope you enjoyed the show!"
  • One of the sponsors in the Piston Cup for racer Claude Scruggs is called "Leak Less", a trademark of drip pans that are used to prevent oil leaks. This is equivalent to absorbent pads worn by people with urinary incontinence.
  • When Lightning tells Rusty and Dusty that he doesn't need headlights because the track is always lit, Rusty replies, "Yeah, well, so is my brother, but he still needs headlights!" This means that he is a drunk driver. When Lightning leaves, Rusty and Dusty both yell, "Don't drive like my brother!" This is another reference to drunk driving.
  • Rusty Cornfuel's sponsor is Tow Cap: Hitch Protection. The logo shows a piece of rubber on a hitch, a reference to condoms, as a car's hitch could be compared to a man's privates.
  • Lightning tells everyone at Flo's Cafe that Doc Hudson won three Piston Cups, although when Mater hears what Lightning said, he responds, "He did what in his cup?", misinterpreting "Piston Cup" and believing that Doc had urinated in his cup.

Ratatouille

  • On Linguini's first day on the job, Chef Skinner greets him in a sly manner by saying, "Welcome to Hell."
  • When Skinner finds Linguini in the vegetable storage, Skinner remarks that people can "get too familiarized with vegetables."
  • While looking for a place to safely conceal Remy under his clothes, Linguini considers keeping Remy in his pants, just below the waistline, causing Remy to give Linguini a horrified, pleading look.
  • When Colette calls Linguini a "garbage boy who got lucky", she is really referring to him losing his virginity (having sex for the first time).
  • While teaching Linguini the basics of cooking, Colette tells him that Lalo got fired from the circus for "messing around with the ringmaster's daughter," which could imply that he had sex with her.
  • During the above scene, Colette warns Linguini to never play cards with Pompidou, stating that he's been banned from Monte Carlo and Las Vegas, possibly meaning that he is a gambling addict.
  • The first time Linguini attempts to reveal Remy, Colette believes he is crazy and pulls out pepper spray.
  • When Linguini is attempting to tell Colette that he refers to Remy as his "...tiny... little...", Colette replies with, "Little?" and glances downward at Linguini's crotch area (though she could also be glancing at his fingers when he makes the gesture).
  • When Anton Ego says, "If I don't love it, I don't swallow," it is a reference to a type of sex.
  • When Colette returns to the restaurant to discover a mischief of rats in the kitchen, she grimaces while attempting to keep her mouth closed, evidently trying to stop herself from vomiting, and attempts to leave, only to be stopped by a grateful Linguini.

WALL-E

  • While WALL-E is compressing trash, he finds a bra and puts it on his audio-visual sensors to protect them from the sunlight (he could have possibly mistaken it for a visor and may not have known its real purpose).
  • During the Repair Ward scene, while EVE is being cleaned, WALL-E looks through the glass window and thinks that the CARSTICS are trying to torture and decapitate her.
  • During the scene where AUTO tips the Axiom over, Mary sees a group of crying babies sliding towards her. She then remarks, "John, get ready to have some kids!" John looks at her as if she was ready to give birth to multiple babies before they save the infants.
  • When WALL-E and EVE are kissing and holding hands, M-O shows up with the rejected bots, then ushers them away to give WALL-E and EVE some privacy.

Up

  • When Russell goes into the bushes to do his business, he asks, "Mr. Fredricksen, am I supposed to dig the hole before or after?", and Carl responds with, "None of my concern." Russell then blurts out, "It's before!", to which Carl covers his ears and pretends not to listen.
  • One of the scores in the film's soundtrack is called "Giving Muntz the Bird", a reference to "flipping the bird", which is a common euphemism of the very obscene insult of giving someone the middle finger.

Toy Story 3

  • When Barbie first meets Ken at Sunnyside Daycare, she tells him, "Nice ascot!" It is sometimes mistaken as a comment towards Ken's buttocks, when, in fact, an ascot is a kind of scarf men usually wear.
  • As the toys go from room to room and pass through the bathroom, Lotso says, "Watch out for puddles," implying they were urine. (He said this when he noticed Mr. Potato Head slipping on a puddle.)
  • After Mr. Potato Head is brought back after a night in the box, he mutters he was surrounded by "sand and Lincoln Logs," to which Hamm replies, "I don't think those were Lincoln Logs," implying they were feces.
  • When Barbie, dressed in Ken's astronaut suit, gets Buzz's instruction manual from the Bookworm, he notices Barbie's high heels and sighs disgustedly. (This hints that he believed Ken had begun cross-dressing.)
  • In one scene, Mr. Potato Head uses a cucumber for a body; the combination of the cucumber, hat, and shoes appear to make a phallic shape.
  • After Slinky tells Woody to have fun at college, Hamm slyly adds, "But not too much fun!" He is telling Woody not to get too drunk (which would be physically impossible, since toys cannot drink alcohol).
  • In the end credits, when Bonnie's toys get a letter from Sunnyside Daycare, the end of the letter reads: "Hugs and kisses to everyone." Buzz thinks that Barbie wrote it, but Jessie points out it was actually Ken who did. When they find out, Woody, Jessie, and Buzz look at each other disgustedly, thinking Ken is gay.

Cars 2

  • After Lightning insults Francesco Bernoulli by calling him fragile and not so fast, Francesco begins talking angrily and swearing at Lightning in Italian, before being muted to avoid offense to Italian viewers, then backs up and rubs his back tires on the floor. This means that he may have been flipping Lightning off.
  • When Mater is playfully sneaking around in the Wheel Well Motel, he tries a martini out of curiosity. However, after doing so, he notices that the taste is too strong and awful, and he still had it in his mouth, not wanting to swallow it. He looks everywhere for a place to spit it out, but he could only spit it back in the glass that he drank it from.
  • When Mater is in the bathroom in Tokyo, he sits on a Japanese toilet and cluelessly presses the wash button. The gadget then fires a cold spray of water up to his undercarriage, making him scream in pain and fright.
  • Before leaving the bathroom mentioned above, Mater warns Grem and Acer, "When she starts gigglin', prepare to be squirted!" This is a reference to ejaculation.
  • When Holley Shiftwell says to Mater that they should find somewhere more private, Mater gets confused and begins to think that she meant for them to go make love.
  • When Acer falls onto the chopsticks on the sushi restaurant sign, the cartoon figure appears to be a cannibal, eating his own kind.
  • In Paris, when Mater meets the owner of a headlights market, he is scared off when the owner's eyes are on the headlights. This signifies that the eyes are, in a human's case, on the breast.
  • On Siddeley, Mater says: "Boy, I've gotta go to a doctor. I keep getting these sharp pains in my undercarriage."
  • When Mater is given a vampire disguise, he remarks, "I want to siphon your gas!" This is a reference to vampires and their desire to suck victims' blood.
  • In Porto Corsa, when Holley is doing her fake Italian voice to distract the Lemons outside the casino, she asks in an Italian-English accent if one of the Lemons could help her find her lost, made-up, broken-down grandfather, to which Ivan responds, "Sounds like you need some roadside assistance," while showing her his tow cable as his hook comes down. Then Ivan and Alex get in a small argument about who she was talking to. This is a clear example of two criminals taking advantage of a sexy, hot lady. Additionally, "roadside assistance" from Ivan could mean that he wanted to go sexually assault her because he is a bad guy.
  • When a few cars are gambling and playing with fuzzy dice, Mary Esgocar arrives and says, "Air freshener!", which may imply that she is talking about male car body odor.

Brave

  • At the beginning of the movie, when young Merida leaves to fetch her arrow after her first trial, Queen Elinor points out to her husband King Fergus that a bow is no gift for a princess, only to get her butt pinched by the latter as a comical gesture and response to her statement.
  • After Wee Dingwall wins the archery tournament, Lord Dingwall says, "Feast your eyes!" and then moons (i.e. exposes his naked buttocks) toward Lord MacGuffin and Lord Macintosh
  • After Young Macintosh is introduced by his father and displays a few sword-fighting skills, he flexes his nipples toward Merida.
  • During a brawl, when Young Macintosh is trying to fight back with his sword, someone is seen twisting one of his nipples as the latter screams like a girl.
  • When Queen Elinor first becomes a bear, she rushes around frantically, trying to cover her private areas. Merida then reminds her that (since she's a bear) she's covered in fur.
  • One scene has King Fergus and the other men taking off their kilts to make a rope down to the bottom of the castle, and their buttocks are briefly shown.
  • When the triplets pursue Maudie while still as bear cubs, one of them actually jumps into Maudie's cleavage. One of the two other brothers looks away, but the other grins.
  • At the end of the film, both Queen Elinor and the triplets become naked upon turning back into humans from bears (Elinor's nude body is covered up by the tapestry, and viewers can only see the triplets' butts). When King Fergus realizes his wife is naked, he tells the other lords to look away and respect her privacy. Then, when Fergus sees the triplets, he remarks, "Now that's what I call a wee naked bobby!"

Monsters University

  • In the scene where Randall makes cupcakes, the letters on them say "BE MY dAL". He then fixes it to "BE MY PAL" and states that it would have been embarrassing. "Dal" is short for "dally", which means to flirt playfully or sexual overtures. However, the letters are changed to smiley faces with glasses in international versions.
  • In the party scene, Sulley wins at tic-tac-toe against another monster who is passed out (possibly intoxicated). The implication could have been that they were playing beer pong.
  • When Don announces he and Sheri are engaged, he describes himself to Scott as his "big brother who's marrying his mother" and "his brother who shares the same mom/wife," suggesting an incestuous relationship.

Inside Out

  • When Riley hears a frightening sound, Fear worries that it might be a bear. While Disgust assures that "there are no bears in San Francisco," Anger claims that he saw "a hairy guy that looked like a bear," alluding to the stereotypical trait of gay men in San Francisco.
  • There is a running gag where Anger mentions about blurting out curse words. When the brand-new expanded console is installed, Anger types out a profane word, but Fear manages to censor it.
  • When the brand-new expanded console is installed, Disgust finds a big red alarm that says "Puberty" and, not knowing how to pronounce it, asks, "What is poo-ber-ty?", to which Joy replies, "Oh, nothing important."
  • At one point, a memory orb (which is assumed to be really hard) hits Fear in the groin.

The Good Dinosaur

  • Arlo refers to the family's chicken-like creatures as "cluckers", a possible allusion to a familiar profanity.
  • In one part of the film, Arlo and Spot eat fruit having fallen on the ground and rotted/fermented, and then start seeing weird things, such as Arlo with too many eyeballs and Arlo in Spot's mouth. This is a reference to hallucinating from intoxication or drug usage. It is also an homage to the classic Pink Elephants scene in Dumbo.

Finding Dory

  • At the beginning, when Mr. Ray tells the class that they are going to have a lesson, Dory misunderstands and starts to explain "the birds and the bees" to the class before Mr. Ray quickly cuts her off.

Cars 3

  • During Lightning's training at Rust-eze Racing Center, Cruz Ramirez hangs Lightning down at one point. She then gives him a "Drip Pan" just in case, much to his embarrassment.
  • One of the tracks of the Cars 3 score is called "Drip Pan", referring to the above scene.
  • As Lightning and Cruz are arguing about racing on the beach, Lightning exclaims that, "Life's a beach and then you drive!" Taken out of context, said passage sounds like "Life's a bitch and then you die," which Luigi and Guido, after a brief pause, appear to notice.
  • When Lightning and Cruz are locked inside the Thunder Hollow demolition derby, one of the rules Roscoe tells them is, "No cursin'. It's family night."
  • During the demolition derby, Faregame says to another car, "Get the __ out of my way!", but he honks on the blank word, implying he may have meant a swearword.

Coco

  • After Abuelita frightens the Mariachi, she hugs Miguel while pressing his face against her breasts, making Miguel desperately try to get out of that position, before he shows a face of disgust after Abuelita stops hugging him.
  • When Miguel and his deceased relatives arrive at the Department of Family Reunions to find Imelda, a female skeleton sternly tells her husband, "We are not visiting your ex-wife's family this Día de los Muertos!" (the Spanish phrase means "Day of the Dead").
  • When Héctor sings one of his songs to Chicharrón and Miguel, he slowly says, "Knuckles," and pauses. Chicharrón then says, "Those aren't the words," and Héctor replies, "There are children present," which possibly means that the original song had sworn. In fact, Héctor's song would have referenced Juanita's knockers (her breasts).
  • While Miguel searches for Dante in the art studio, he passes by an artist painting a naked female skeleton, who glares at him along with the artist, causing Miguel to say sorry and go away to meet Frida Kahlo. This can be seen as painting a nude woman in real life, as many famous paintings depict it.

Incredibles 2

  • After being interrogated by Rick Dicker, before Tony Rydinger gets his memories about Violet's identity wiped out, he expresses regret for having seen her with her super suit, possibly meaning that he felt sexually excited.
  • After Violet becomes angry at her father for having contacted Dicker to erase Tony's memories about her (and their planned date), she throws her super suit and quickly storms off to her room, leading Dash to ask if she was "having adolescence." Dash was possibly thinking that his sister was having her menstrual period.
    • In addition, this could also be a reference that Spencer Fox, Dash's voice actor in the original film, was replaced by Huck Milner after hitting puberty.

Toy Story 4

  • Upon seeing the RV with a flat tire, Mr. Anderson begins to stutter, with Mrs. Anderson telling Bonnie that, "He's gonna need some words," meaning that he wanted to curse (quite heavily and obscenely in fact), but he cannot since their daughter is present.

Onward

  • At one point, while Barley attempts to repair Guinevere, his butt crack is visibly showing.
  • When Specter realizes that Ian and Barley (magically disused as Colt Bronco) are stressed out, she tries to help them by sympathizing how it's not easy becoming a step-parent by saying "[her] girlfriend's daughter got [her] pulling [her] hair out" in frustration, confirming that she is a lesbian.
  • In one scene, when Ian presses the gas pedal to escape Colt Bronco, he exclaims, "Son of a b–!", but the scene is cut before he can finish his sentence.
  • When Wilden steps out of Guinevere, one of the officers asks, "You have a long night there, buddy?", implying that she assumed he was drunk.

Blue Sky Studios films

Spies in Disguise

  • After Lance defeats two guards, a pigeon poops on one of them. Lance notices this and comments that the guard didn't deserve it.
  • While being transformed into a pigeon after accidentally drinking Walter's "biodynamic concealment" concoction, Lance briefly glances at his private areas to see what is happening to them.
  • While flying on a plane to Mexico, Lance tries to defecate in the bathroom. However, he has difficulties doing so due to his pigeon form. After leaving the restroom, Walter asks Lance if he's fine, to which he responds: "I just found out number one and number two both come out in the same place. So, no!"
  • When Lance tries to scare Kimura into revealing everything that he knows about Killian, he tells Kimura to raise his hands. However, this causes Kimura to drop his towel he was wearing due to being in a pool, leaving him nude with his bare butt showing onscreen. Lance notices this and tells Kimura to hold his towel with one hand.
  • When Walter sprays truth serum into Kimura, he proves to Lance how it works by asking Kimura his biggest secret, to which the arms dealer reveals that he urinates in the pool, much to Lance and Walter's shock.
  • When trying to use the multi-pen against a squadron of H.T.U.V. agents, Walter watches one of his pigeons eat it. Due to this, the pigeon ends up vomiting pink goo against the agents.
  • After being turned back to normal, Lance notices that he is naked, to which he dons his mission suit.

Disney/Pixar/20th Century shorts and specials

Three Little Wolves

  • When the Big Bad Wolf (disguised as Little Bo Peep) traps Fifer and Fiddler Pig in his house, he locks the door and swallows the key. The pigs, still believing he is Bo Peep, blush and utter, "Oh, Bo Peep!", presumably thinking that "she" was trying to be intimate with them.

Symphony Hour

  • At one point, Donald, fed up with the chaos caused by the damaged instruments, packs up his things and tries to leave, causing Mickey to point a gun at Donald's head to prevent him from doing so.

Springtime for Pluto

  • A male-voiced caterpillar switches to a female-looking butterfly, implying a gender change. Even then, the female butterfly shows a lot of what would be called "cleavage" if it were a human female.

Donald's Dilemma

  • After Daisy hears Donald's changed voice on the radio, she thinks about committing suicide.

Plutopia

  • In one scene, Pluto imagines a row of sausages, which makes him overly ecstatic. This is equivalent to a person high on something.

Social Lion

  • At one point, the lion (which greatly resembles Lambert) accidentally bumps into a man drinking booze and acting clearly drunk as he talks to the clueless lion.

Trail Mix-Up

  • When Roger Rabbit, Baby Herman, the beaver, and the bear get blown out of the studio and end up crashing into Mount Rushmore, Herman, having lost his diaper in the explosion, is seen covering his crotch. Roger is also seen nude while using his clothes as a makeshift flag.

Knick Knack

  • When the short was first released, the breasts of Sunny Miami and Sunny Atlantis were unusually big. However, this was changed later when the short aired in theaters with Finding Nemo.

For the Birds

  • All the little birds lose all of their feathers after being flung into the air, after which Bully tries covering himself with a leaf. Ultimately, all the little birds cover themselves and hide behind the big bird as he laughs.
  • The ending title appears in a black-and-white version of splattered bird feces (despite the fact that bird excrement is actually white).

Mike's New Car

  • During the scene where Mike's car malfunctions, Mike and Sulley both fall back in their seats with their feet showing. Jerry suddenly walks past to see the car bouncing up and down with Mike and Sulley's feet showing and then runs away in fear (thinking that they are having sex or something similar in the car).

Boundin'

  • The first time the Lamb gets sheared of all his wool, he loses his pride while the other animals laugh at him. This is equivalent to a nude person who would feel the same way and be jeered at in the same manner.

Jack-Jack Attack

  • When Syndrome visits the Parr residence, Kari McKeen answers the door. She then asks why he has an "S" on his chest, to which he claims that it stands for "Sitter", and that he was going to have the initials for "babysitter", but then he would have been going around with a big "BS" (as in "bullshit").

Mater and the Ghostlight

  • After hearing a scary Ghostlight story told by the Sheriff, Mater starts shaking and rattling uncontrollably; he is also breathing hard and heavily. After he begins to notice that he is the only one rattling, he looks nervously for a spot to put his front down. Right before he does so, for just a split second, viewers can clearly see his small genitalia on his undercarriage. Seconds later, he feels his hind raising up. Before he grabs his hook to pull it down again, for only a few seconds, he appears to be air-humping/thrusting (but in a circular and back-and-forth motion).

Day & Night

  • When Day pokes the moon in Night, it is equivalent to poking the groin.

Hawaiian Vacation

  • Buzz says (in Spanish) that he and the other toys removed all the feces from the kitty litter.

Toy Story of Terror!

  • To prevent herself from getting captured by Mr. Jones near the end, Jessie kicks Mr. Jones in his underside and he falls down in pain. This emulates what happens when a person is kicked in the groin.

Frozen Fever

  • Throughout most of the short, Elsa, due her inexplicable fever in which Snowgies appear every time she sneezes, behaves as if she were intoxicated.

Inner Workings

  • At one point, when Paul plays around in the ocean, his bladder can be seen emptying itself, indicating that Paul was urinating in the ocean.

Purl

  • At the staff meeting, one of the employees quips: "What's the difference between a porcupine and a BMW? With the porcupine, the pricks are on the outside!"
  • At one point, Purl jokes, "So then he says, 'I know this suit is expensive, baby, but, at my apartment, it's 100% off.'" The other employees start laughing after that.
  • During the second staff meeting, Purl suddenly jumps up and declares, "I say we go for it, and if finance doesn't like it, they can kiss our ass!"
  • When Purl fantasizes about her trip with the Office Bros, multiple alcoholic references are made, including vomiting.

Playdate with Destiny

  • At one point, Maggie Simpson drinks her feeding bottle as if she were drinking beer.
  • At the entrance to Broken Ankle Park, there is a sign that says: "You Must Be This Medicated to Enter", listing off different kinds of prescription drugs.

Television shows

Walt Disney Presents

  • In "Two Happy Amigos", José Carioca travels around the world, where he meets a cougar, a bear, and an alligator (who all attempt to eat him), but he is unable to stay long and offers each wild animal a cigar before leaving.

Adventures of the Gummi Bears

  • In "Toadie's Wild Ride", Toadwart steals a whole keg of Gummiberry Juice and drinks the entire contents at once, with rather explosive results. This could be a reference to what happens to people who become intoxicated.

DuckTales (1987 series)

  • In "Once Upon a Dime", when a young Scrooge is in jail with the Beagle Boys, one of them sees Scrooge's kilt and calls it a nice skirt that Ma Beagle would kill to have, and that she has before.
  • In "Spies in Their Eyes", after Donald has been hypnotized by Cinnamon Teal, as he returns to the navy at night, a fellow sailor assumes that Donald had a good time during his short stay in Hong Kong, and when the sailor notices Donald's eyes fully wide open, he states that the latter really did have a "good" time.

Chip 'n Dale Rescue Rangers

  • In "Adventures in Squirrelsitting", when Chip and Dale are seen in drag, Wart and Mole attempt to kiss them, but they both duck out of the way, causing Wart and Mole to kiss each other, much to their mutual disgust.
  • In "Fake Me to Your Leader", the investigating officers open a door and hear a high-pitched scream, implying they had accidentally walked in on a woman in a changing room.
  • In "Gadget Goes Hawaiian", at the very end of the episode, Chip and Dale attempt to kiss Gadget, but she evades them, causing them to accidentally kiss each other instead (again, much to their mutual disgust).
  • In "A Fly in the Ointment", when the Rescue Rangers each get their minds switched in different bodies after going through Nimnul's Phonomatic Modemizer, Gadget (having her mind switched with Dale's body) covers the lower region of "her body" with Dale's shirt while screaming in panic and horror, then later covers it with a souffle cup eventually shaped like a dress.
    • When Dale (having his mind switched with Gadget's body) states while unintentionally touching her waist, "I always wanted to be close to Gadget, but not this close!", Gadget grabs "his arms" and tells him, "Keep the hands off the body!", which makes Dale sheepishly apologize afterwards.

TaleSpin

  • In "Molly Coddled", Molly, at one point, places a fork on a chair that Covington is about to sit in, and when he does, his clothed butt gets pricked by said fork.
  • In "Sheepskin Deep", Baloo has a lamp depicting a topless hula girl. Also, when Kit asks Baloo if he can conjugate verbs, he quickly retorts, "That is none of your business!", assuming Kit meant joining others in sex.
  • In "All's Whale That Ends Whale", Seymour claims that he is using an excellent fertilizer, and Baloo snarks, "That I can believe." As fertilizer is manure, Baloo was hinting that what Seymour claimed was bullshit.
  • In "Waiders of the Wost Tweasure", when Baloo and his rival Airplane Jane steal a two-piece horse costume, Jane remarks, "I'll be the head, while you be yourself," implicitly calling Baloo a "horse's ass".
  • In "Stuck on You", after Baloo and Don Karnage jump into a chemical vat that removes the glue that was binding them together, Karnage lets Baloo off lightly. However, as Karnage walks away, Baloo (under his breath) snidely warns him to "watch where [he's] sitting," and the camera focuses on Karnage's clothed butt with some glue that Baloo had secretly applied there before they parted ways.

Darkwing Duck

  • In "Can't Bayou Love", while Darkwing Duck is pursuing Jambalaya Jake and Gumbo, three flaming candles light Darkwing's behind on fire until he lands in a punch bowl, dousing the blaze.
  • In "Monsters R Us", after Moloculo turns Launchpad into a vampire bat, the latter, at one point, is seen drinking a bottle of ketchup in an attempt to fight his urge to drink people's blood.

Goof Troop

  • At the very start of the show's intro, a seated Goofy smells smoke and then jumps up while yelping, revealing that his clothed butt was on fire.
  • In "Lethal Goofin'", P.J. is shown to beat up bullies by smacking them with his rear end, thus earning him and Max the privilege of becoming members of the School Safety Patrol.
  • In "Three Ring Bind", a running gag is Pistol assaulting the Ringmaster by biting his nose or kicking him. Later in the episode, when Pete mourns over his daughter, believing she drowned, Annie the elephant shoots a peanut at Pete's clothed butt to get his attention and shows him that Pistol is safe and sound.

Aladdin (TV series)

  • Many of the show's episodes involve Genie injuring himself in some way, prompting him to tell the viewers not to play with certain objects as someone always gets hurt.
  • In "In the Heat of the Fright", Abu and Iago are shown to have snuggled up next to each other while sleeping. They then wake up, see what they are doing, and yelp in horror and disgust. Iago then tells himself that it was just a bad dream while quivering.

Gargoyles

  • In "Vows", after the bride-to-be Fox tells Xanatos that "[she'll] go change for tonight," he watches her leave, his eyes fixed squarely on her butt. The smirk on his face makes his inner thoughts blatantly readable.

Shnookums and Meat

  • In "Poodle Panic", when Shnookums and Meat are forced to spend the day with their cousin Toulouse, the poodle, at one point, jumps inside a trash can which rolls downhill, causing a chain reaction in the streets and sending the trash can into a sewage treatment plant, where Toulouse falls into a vat of toxic waste and comes out all stinky.
  • In "Cabin Fever", Shnookums and Meat eat a jar of expired cocktail weenies, which causes them to hallucinate as if they were both intoxicated.

Timon & Pumbaa

  • In "Can't Take a Yolk", Shenzi, Banzai, and Ed attempt to get an elephant to flatten an ostrich sitting on an egg that the hyenas want to steal. When the elephant approaches the ostrich, the bird removes one of her tail feathers to make the pachyderm sneeze and fall on the hyenas, crushing them with his rump. As the elephant walks away, the three flattened hyenas can be seen stuck to his rear end.
  • In "Isle of Manhood", when Pumbaa is putting Timon through the Manhood Test, Timon offers Pumbaa a cake at one point, which the latter declines, saying he doesn't like cakes. A sexy woman suddenly jumps out of said cake, which convinces Pumbaa to check off that test in the book.
  • In "Beast of Eden", Timon, in one scene, puts an outhouse near the Native Chief and makes trickling noises with a watering can (implying urination), causing the Chief to jiggle awkwardly until he finally rushes inside the outhouse to use the bathroom.
  • In "Broadway Bound & Gagged", a film director named Bob Coffee has a habit of drinking coffee excessively when he gets nervous or frustrated, hence his name. This becomes a running gag when Timon and Pumbaa wreak havoc while attempting to put on their own individual shows.
  • In "Stay Away from my Honey!", when Timon sees Pumbaa having dinner with Smolder and Leslie, he goes under the table to get Pumbaa's attention, but when he taps on Pumbaa's foot, the warthog thinks it is Leslie touching it. He accidentally kicks Timon and the meerkat hits Smolder's foot, making the bear also believe it was Leslie. This emulates what happens when two or more people are playing footsies with each other.
  • In "Sitting Pretty Awful", when Timon tries to burp one of the babies, the infant vomits all over him off-screen. Timon is later seen furless until Pumbaa gives the meerkat his fur coat, which the warthog cleaned and pressed.

101 Dalmatians: The Series

  • In "Two for the Show", when Vendella De Vil snidely remarks that Steven will later become a future handbag, the alligator takes offense and seemingly bites off her tail, which he slurps into his mouth. Near the end of the episode, Steven comments that he loves a game show host and spits out a microphone, indicating that he had apparently eaten the game show host at some point.
  • In "A Christmas Cruella", at the very end of the episode, Whizzer urinates on Cruella, to which she looks disgustedly at the camera and says, "God bless us, everyone."
  • In "Purred It Through the Grapevine", Swamp Rat tries to sell the pups and Spot what he claims to be the Official Barking Code Book. The cover falls off to reveal that it is actually a magazine called Eratica with an image of a rat model on the cover. This is a play on the term "erotica", another name for a pornographic magazine.
  • In "Valentine Daze", Roger attempts to hide Anita's valentine in various places, one of them being under some straw in the barn near Duchess, only for the cow to crush Roger's head with her exposed udder with teats.
  • In "Shipwrecked", when Lucky and Scorch are marooned on a deserted island, Scorch utters something in his ferret language to Lucky, and he answers, "Same to you!", implying that Scorch cursed at Lucky. However, since Lucky is the only one who apparently understands Scorch, it is unknown what the ferret said to him.
  • In the second part of "Dalmatian Vacation", Cruella, at one point, dons an inflatable "sexy girl on the beach" costume in an attempt to seduce Roger, only for Spot to puncture the inflatable's rear end with her beak, making it deflate and sending Cruella whooshing away.

Recess

  • In "The Great Jungle Gym Standoff", Spinelli shouts, "Last one on Ol' Rusty has to give Ms. Finster a sponge bath!" Randall then snarls, "Hey, that's my job!", most likely implying that Finster is a pedophile.
  • In "To Finster with Love", when Muriel Finster and Hank the janitor hook up, one of the shots in their falling-in-love montage involves a fairly long scene of Finster staring seductively at Hank's visible butt crack. A later scene shows Finster giggling as she is riding a floor buffer operated by Hank, an obvious reference to vibrators.
  • In "The Challenge", when Principal Prickly takes the gang to his older brother Paul's school for a kickball game, he notices his brother's school's extremely tall flagpole and mutters, "A flagpole that tall is unseemly." This could imply that Prickly thought the tall flagpole resembled a man's penis, or at least infer that his brother is overcompensating for lacking balls (testicles).

Pepper Ann

  • In "Manly Milo", when Pepper Ann gives Milo a series of men-related magazines to look through, one of them is an issue of Play Dude. Embarrassed, Pepper Ann responds, "How did that get there?" Said magazine is a reference to Playboy, which is known for its adult content directed at men.
  • In "In Support of", the episode mostly focuses on double entendres about breasts and bra-related euphemisms. It begins with Pepper Ann misinterpreting Coach Doogan's request that everyone should get "support" when using the trampoline. What follows is Pepper Ann panicking and seeing large, dome-shaped objects made to look like breasts, as well as hearing people using different related words, such as "boobs". However, she ultimately learns that when Doogan said "support", she meant a buddy to hold on to.
  • In "Quiz Bowl", Nicky gets stage fright during a quiz show and, at one point, runs off-screen to vomit.

Teacher's Pet

  • In many of the show's episodes, a running gag is Ian Wazselewski doing gross things, usually involving his pet snake or bodily fluids.
  • In "Being Mrs. Leadready", when Scott Leadready II is wearing his Mrs. Leadready disguise, the blouse shows "breasts" (most likely fruit halves) that are visibly bulging.

Buzz Lightyear of Star Command

  • In "The Crawling Flesh", after everybody is turned back to normal with a gas antidote, they are all seen completely nude, including Commander Nebula (who covers his crotch) and Booster Munchapper (although his lower region is covered by smoke in the next scene). Buzz stares at Booster before Nebula demands Buzz to get him and his other space personnel some clothes.
  • In "Speed Trap", Mira Nova unintentionally insults one of the Porcelons (aliens resembling toilets) by saying, "I'm feeling a little flush...", to which XR interjects, "Please, sir, you'll have to excuse her potty mouth." Buzz then pipes up, "Put a lid on it!", which offends the Porcelons even more. After that, Booster arrives and uses the lead Porcelon as an extra bathroom, much to his teammates' horror.

House of Mouse

  • In "Goofy's Valentine Date", when several dates are at the club, Pumbaa is seen making a cute face at Timon, to which the meerkat tells his warthog friend, "Don't even think about it!" This suggests that Pumbaa is gay.
  • In "Unplugged Club", Eeyore, who is acting as a stand-up comedian, declares that he will refrain from saying "poo jokes". While Piglet assumes that Eeyore meant that he won't use any jokes about/of Winnie the Pooh, the donkey actually meant that he won't use toilet humor (defecation, flatulence, urination, and/or vomiting).
  • In "Jiminy Cricket", the titular character claims at one point, "Maybe you'll have puppies," while the camera shows Pongo and Perdita, and then later states, "Maybe you won't," while showing Belle and Beast, implying that the two had sexual relationships while trying to have babies.
  • In "Donald's Pumbaa Prank", Pete tries getting Donald to use Pumbaa to fart through the air conditioning unit after eating stink bugs as a prank, which fails. However, the warthog ends up farting after Donald rushes him out of the club. Pete then gets kicked out and is forced to endure Pumbaa's flatus in the open air.
  • In "Clarabelle's Big Secret", Clarabelle is seen writing down everyone's big secrets. When she gets to Pluto, she remarks, "Oh my, I can't write that down!", implying that Pluto's big secret is smutty.
  • In "Super Goof", when Ludwig Von Drake calculates that a meteor will fall on the House of Mouse, he reveals that it will fall exactly where Clarabelle is by writing an "X" on her butt. Clarabelle is visibly offended by this.
  • In "Suddenly Hades", Pete, at one point, attempts to lure Hades out of the club by disguising himself as the love goddess Aphrodite. Later, when Mickey exposes Pete by ripping the dress off, Hades asks Mickey, "What kind of club are you trying to run?"

The Legend of Tarzan

  • During the show's intro, Tantor accidentally sits on Terk, crushing her with his rump.
  • In "Tarzan and the Lost Cub", a leopard cub that Jane adopted rips off Tarzan's loincloth at one point, leaving him naked. An embarrassed Tarzan then covers his privates with two leaves.
  • In "Tarzan and the Rift", as Tantor and Dania are just about to kiss each other with their trunks, Terk intervenes, causing the two elephants to accidentally kiss her instead, to which she remarks, "Hey, watch the cooties!" Both elephants then express disgust after seeing who they kissed.
  • In "Tarzan and the Face from the Past", a mandrill named Zutho tells Terk that she's looking hairier than ever, only for her to reply sarcastically: "Yeah, I wish I could say the same for you, Zutho. Don't look now, but your mange is showing," while pointing to Zutho's lower region as he looks down.

The Proud Family

  • In "EZ Jackster", Oscar listens to the clean version of one of Sir-Paid-A-Lot's songs, and bleep censors are heard because of the profanity.
  • In "Ain't Nothing Like the Real Thingy Baby", Oscar, after sneaking into the studio by allowing himself to be hit by a car and then inflating himself, encounters an old college friend (and, as he later discovers, Thingy's portrayer). He then removes the hose and deflates himself back to his usual size, emitting flatulence as he does so.
    • Later in the same episode, when Oscar tries to pose as Thingy at the party (being forced to do so due to the real Thingy not arriving, thanks to Penny faking her and her family being ill), only to be exposed by Rudolf the talking baby, Oscar falls victim to a baby riot and ends up pinned down to the ground while some of the babies whack him with their rattles as news choppers report in. Although the camera pans away just before one baby strikes him, the reporter's reaction (as well as Oscar's pose and the relative placement between him and the rattle) implies that the baby whacked him in his groin.
  • In "Wedding Bell Blues", Suga Mama has been recently dating a man named Clarence, while Oscar deduces that Clarence is a gigolo and that "anyone who likes Suga Mama and dress that good must be up to no good."
  • In "Twins to Tweens", BeBe and CeCe both get turned into teenagers, and when their parents become suspicious of who they really are, the fraternal twins expose their buttocks (although we see nothing past them pulling down their trousers) to reveal a birthmark on each of them, confirming that they are indeed their infant offspring who have been transformed into adolescents.

Kim Possible

  • In "Crush", while investigating Drakken's attack on the Z-boy gaming company, Ron attempts to ask the CEO's translator out to the Spring Fling dance. However, she misinterprets his attempt as him trying to ask out the CEO himself, with the CEO looking shocked when she relayed the message.
  • In "Bueno Nacho", the fat tour guide at the large cheese structure, while explaining bits about it, points to a slice incision inside the cheese and jokingly asks, "Hey, who cut the cheese?" as the passengers proceed to laugh, a meta-pun towards a euphemism for flatulence.
  • In "Exchange", Ron, while at Bueno Nacho, is seen eating potato chips with a seductive look on his face in front of Kim and Monique.
  • In "Queen Bebe", when Kim's mother grabs her by the shirt to drag her into the kitchen, it blatantly shows that Kim wears no lingerie underneath her tank top.
  • In "The Big Job", when Shego asks Señor Senior, Junior why he broke her out, he starts to explain that his father's birthday is coming up, to which she replies, "I don't do cakes...I don't bake 'em and I don't jump out of 'em!"

Lilo & Stitch: The Series

  • In "Yapper", Stitch, at one point, fights with a contestant's dog after the latter sniffed his rear end during the Junior Dog Show. In a later scene, Stitch goes berserk after drinking a bottle of extra strong coffee, which Mertle secretly gave him by switching his water bottle with the caffeinated beverage.
  • In "Tank", Lilo, in one scene, informs Pleakley about Tank's rampage, and Pleakley panics and asks if they should call the privy council. Ignoring Pleakley's hysterics, Lilo shoves him into an outhouse and tells him to hide here, to which he remarks, "This wasn't the kind of privy I had in mind."
  • In "627", when Stitch taunts 627, he stands on his head with his two hands flat on the ground and shakes his rear end, a callback to the first film.
  • In "Melty", at the very end of the episode, Reuben reveals that he lasered Gantu's patookie while he was asleep, causing Gantu to retaliate by doing the same thing to Reuben.
  • In "Angel", when Angel is about to go to bed, she gives Stitch a look that heavily implies she wants him to sleep in bed with her. Stitch is all too eager, but then Lilo forces them to sleep in separate beds because she suspects that Angel is trouble since Lilo first met her.
  • In "Phoon", while a delusional Gantu is chilling at the beach, Reuben calls Dr. Hämsterviel on Gantu's cell. When Gantu ignores Hämsterviel after Reuben shows Gantu who is on the line, Hämsterviel briefly looks at Gantu's butt. Reuben understands what Hämsterviel was subtly hinting and states, "Eh, kick him in the rear?" Reuben then kicks Gantu across the beach, causing the latter to come to his senses.

Dave the Barbarian

  • In "Beef!", Candy goes to a gym to buff up, only to discover that nearly everything in there is essentially a deathtrap: a weight-lifting bench where the boulder is big enough to crush her, a wild boar trying to tear her legs off during leg extensions, and a cage where you have to survive being killed by abominable snowmen. Wisely, she decides not to bother and hits up Oswidge instead.
  • In "Band", the donkey band member sings a love song called "Honey Donkey" in a seductive tone.

Brandy & Mr. Whiskers

  • In "Funky Bunny", when Brandy vainly attempts to teach Mr. Whiskers some etiquette manners, the latter, at one point, sits in a punch bowl and produces bubbles in the punch, indicating that he farted.
  • In "Skin of Eeeeeeevill!!", when Lola sheds her skin, Mr. Whiskers believes that he accidentally crushed her with a boulder, so he uses Lola's shed skin as a disguise to fool Brandy and (later) a male snake who develops a crush on whom he thinks is Lola.
  • In "Flim Flam Fever", when Brandy is forced to cater to her jungle friends' needs after they all become sick from a poisonous fruit, Margo, while trying to keep down some soup, vomits off-screen. Just before the episode ends, Mr. Whiskers starts to get ready to vomit as well.
  • In "A Tree Huggin' Bunny", when Brandy tries to get Mr. Whiskers away from a tree that she was going to cut down, one of her attempts involves having him drink water excessively; she then says various terms of urination (such as "waterfall", "bathroom", and "oui, oui [wee-wee]"), causing him to jiggle awkwardly and leave the tree. 
  • In "What Price Dignity?! (Cheap!)", Mr. Whiskers, in one scene, prepares to do something really crude, causing the scene to pause and a viewer discretion announcer to censor the highly vulgar scene with some brief footage of two happy clowns.
  • In "The Monster in My Skin", the plot discusses about puberty, which Mr. Whiskers goes through, and Brandy talks about his body going through changes that include zits, mood swings, body hair, and armpit odor; she first mentions it but retracts it, as it was "gross" talking about it with Whiskers.

American Dragon: Jake Long

  • In "Old School Training", Jake Long's grandfather has him do various dragon training exercises, one of them being for Jake to clean the toilet bowl in dragon form while holding a toilet brush in his tongue.
  • In "Dragon Summit", while Jake is taking a shower, Fred Nerk slips him a bar of "invisi soap", and when he comes out all nude, his torso is invisible, to which he covers his crotch in embarrassment.
  • In "The Long Weekend", while Jake's father is driving his son, Trixie, and Spud to camp, Jake laments that public domain songs make him nauseous, to which his father mentions a time when they stopped at an all-you-can-eat pea soup restaurant and reveals that he ate six bowls of pea soup, a side of salad, and some guacamole. He then states that the upholstery, which we see is green, was never the same after that (implying that he had vomited on the car seats sometime ago), much to everyone else's disgust.
    • Later in the episode, while Jake and his friends are camping out, Trixie, at one point, asks where the bathroom is, and Jake whispers something in her ear, to which she remarks, "I gotta do what in the what, what and bring my own what?!" She then insists on holding it, while a running gag is her asking magical creatures if they have a bathroom. When they eventually arrive back at Jake's house, Trixie rushes inside to use the bathroom.
  • In "Fu and Tell", when Fu Dog battles Yan Yan for the former's lucky coin that she had stolen from him years ago, Fu eventually manages to get back his coin by swallowing it. Then, at the end of the episode, Fu Dog tells Haley (who brought Fu for show-and-tell at her school) that they need to renegotiate the sloppy joe deal in order to "move things along," implying that eating some sloppy joe would help him poop out the lucky coin in his stomach.
  • In "Ring Around the Dragon", when Fu Dog faces two of King Hammer's henchmen, he warns them to back off or else. When they taunt Fu about what he will do to them, he exposes his armpits which emit a stinky odor, causing Hammer's minions to pass out from the stench.
  • In "Half Baked", Jake has a dream about Rose who tells him she cannot stay, but Jake convinces her otherwise and kisses her. But when the dream fades, the camera shows Jake kissing Fu Dog instead, much to their mutual disgust, and Fu exclaims, "I gotta go rinse my mouth out in the toilet!", which he does.
  • In "Hairy Christmas", at the very end of the episode, Fu Dog is seen drinking eggnog from a dog bowl, to which he suddenly vomits it back up.

The Emperor's New School

  • During the show's intro, Kuzco is seen drooling over Malina, his crush.
  • In "Too Many Malinas", the "Gassy Malina" clone has farting issues, but she is only heard, never seen. Also, when Kuzco dates the "Smoochy Malina" clone, she becomes too clingy and, at one point, pre-chews Kuzco's spaghetti for him, much to his disgust.
  • In "Kuzco's Little Secret", when Kuzco is reading his poem, he says, "Uno: 'Cause I'm coolo," which sounds like the word culo, a crude Spanish term meaning "ass" or "butt".

Phineas and Ferb

  • In "Run Away Runway", while Phineas, Ferb, and Isabella are making clothes, Ferb's clothes accidentally unravel at one point, leaving him completely nude with a coil covering his privates.
  • In "Tree to Get Ready", we learn that Dr. Doofenshmirtz's evil plan this time is to train a flock of pigeons to poop on his "goody-two-shoes brother" Roger.
  • In "Journey to the Center of Candace", when Doof discovers that he is in a dog's body, he plans to "pee all over the Tri-State Area," before lamenting about his life.
  • In "Crack That Whip", Doof is temporarily plagued by a splitting headache due to staying too late at a party the night before, implying he had suffered a hangover.
  • In "Comet Kermillian", Suzy, at one point, whacks a nut into Candace's jeans, and two squirrels jump in after the nut, making her jiggle awkwardly. Meanwhile, the street performers think Candace is dancing and perform "Squirrels in My Pants" in response. The street performers become amazed after they find out that she actually did have squirrels in her pants when they jump out.
  • In "The Lake Nose Monster", while Phineas shows Candace photos supposedly of "Nosey", Candace identifies what they really are. When she comes to one photo, she pauses and says, "You aren't old enough to know what that is," and then continues on. The photo was apparently of something inappropriate.
  • In "Wizard of Odd", the final gag comes from the credits, where a bear is seen using the tree as a bathroom. He then turns to the camera and simply says, "Yes, yes, I do." This is a nod to the famous rhetorical question: "Does a bear shit in the woods?"
  • In "Rollercoaster: The Musical!", Buford, at one point, remarks, "I'm glad I'm wearing pants that are already brown," implying that he pooped himself.
  • In "Candace Gets Busted", when Linda first suspects that Candace is having a party, she informs Lawrence (who is wearing a self-invented "shower hat") that they have to go home right now and miss their trip. He actually then asks, "Would you like to yank my chain?", effectively making this a "pussy-whipped" joke, to which she literally pulls it. Not to mention, Lawrence says this in a lower voice than usual.
    • Later in the episode, Doof spins his wheel of unpleasant locations on his Go-Away-Inator, and (due to Perry's interference) the location it lands on is "My Pants". The whole party ends up inside his pants as a result, yet he is completely unaware of this.
  • In "The Great Indoors", Doof curses Perry in Spanish after discovering that the platypus escaped from captivity and his Rain-Inator is gone.
  • In "Night of the Living Pharmacists", Buford and Doof both strip down and exclaim, "Yippee-ki-yay, you pharmacist freaks!" This is a reference to the Die Hard films in which the quote is: "Yippee-ki-yay, motherfucker!"

Gravity Falls

  • A running gag in the show is, at frequent times, there are subtle hints that the two recurring cops are gay lovers.
  • In "The Legend of the Gobblewonker", Stan innocently tries to befriend a little boy, but the kid and his parents find this incredibly creepy and threaten to call the cops (likely due to mistaking him for a pedophile). Stan is eventually arrested and forced to wear an ankle bracelet.
  • In "Summerween", as Soos devours the Summerween Trickster from the inside out, the Trickster coughs up candy, which is an allegory for coughing up blood.
    • In the same episode, Stan attempts to scare some trick-or-treaters, and after he fails, he draws himself a bath to mope. The trick-or-treaters later revisit Stan's house to get some candy from him and walk in on him just as he is disrobing to take a bath.
  • In "Boss Mabel", as tourists arrive at the Mystery Shack, Stan imagines them all as walking, talking wallets. One of the tourists becomes carsick from his drive and vomits, while Stan imagines the vomit as coins.
  • In "The Golf War", after Robbie flees from the mini-golf course owner, the owner yells, "Hey, those are rude hand gestures!", implying that Robbie gave him the middle finger.
  • In "Soos and the Real Girl", Abuelita tells Soos that he needs to find a wife for himself before she "ascend[s] to the heavens to be with the angels." When her grandson mentions that that is where Grandpa is, Abuelita stares at the floor and states, "No, he's not there," implying that he is in Hell.
  • In "Little Gift Shop of Horrors", when the Pines confront the witch into returning Stan's hands to him and he asks for them back, he states that he has a "certain hand gesture" he wants to use, likely meaning the middle finger.
  • In "Society of the Blind Eye", Nate and Robbie spray graffiti on Old Man McGucket's house with the word "McSuckit" written. "Suck" is only slightly rude, but "suck it" is even more vulgar.
    • In the same episode, a curse said by Fiddleford McGucket is censored out.
  • In "The Last Mabelcorn", Dipper is seen sleeping shirtless with a book beside him. This heavily implies that he was either masturbating or sleeping naked.

Randy Cunningham: 9th Grade Ninja

  • In "Dawn of the Driscoll", after Jerry Driscoll is brought to life and shouts that Doomsday is coming, Howard replies, "I just made Doomsday in my pants," implying that he wet himself.
  • In "Weinerman Up", when Randy is swallowed by Jack Hammer, he resorts to having the robot eject him out the back. The robot is seen dashing behind a bunch of trees, a sound of gears grinding is heard, and Randy falls out onto the grass. Jack Hammer then emerges from behind the trees holding a newspaper. McFist inquires, "Did he just...?", and Viceroy replies, "I believe he did."
  • In "Evil Spirit Week", Howard becomes possessed by a demon bird, and one of the first signs is a feather growing out of his neck. Howard plucks it off then tells Randy he saw "something weird growing out of his body," to which Randy replies, "That's not weird, that's natural; the health teacher said so, remember?"
  • In "Secret Stache", Viceroy pulls out the results of the ninja's identity from the robot's butthole (literally), much to McFist's horror and the robot's surprise.
  • In "Fart-Topia", when Randy helps McFist's hippie brother Terry take control of McFist Industries, Whoopee World eventually gets turned into a fart-powered nightmare.

Mickey Mouse

  • In "No Service", Mickey is forced to give Donald his pants and shoes, leaving him completely nude. Throughout the episode, he tries to hide from Daisy and Minnie so they cannot see him naked. Eventually, when Donald gets thrown off the snack shack by Goofy, Mickey not only manages to get back his clothes, but Donald's too, leaving him totally nude. At the end, Donald is harassed by beach goers, while Daisy expresses her embarrassment for watching her boyfriend naked (even though neither Donald nor Daisy wear pants).
    • Also, the way Mickey and Donald determine who has to give each other's clothes is by plucking a feather from Donald's behind.
    • Additionally, Donald briefly mocks Mickey's nudity by telling Goofy to "look at those hot buns," clearly referring to Mickey's butt.
  • In "New York Weenie", when Mickey discovers Minnie's weenie (hot dog) in a boat and arrives in that boat to grab it, a female-dressed Goofy tries to kiss Mickey, but he falls into the river.

Wander Over Yonder

  • In "The Picnic", Emperor Awesome says that he's taking Lord Hater "all the way down to Awesome Town," while pointing at his crotch for good measure.
  • In "The Cool Guy", when Awesome crashes into Hater's ship, he moans while acting clearly drunk as bottles of Thunder Blazz fall out.
  • In "The Rival", Awesome is seen mooning in front of Lord Dominator. She then grabs his butt and drags him into another room. Her expression makes it obvious that she is just annoyed and doesn't mean anything sexual, yet Awesome and Hater clearly think otherwise.

Penn Zero: Part-Time Hero

  • In "Chicken or Fish?", a flashback reveals that Boone used wet wipes to bathe himself instead of water. Wet wipes are used for wiping one's (especially a baby's) anus.
  • In "The Fast and the Floor Rugs", Boone manages to trick Rippen into using the word "expire" instead of "annihilate" when wishing for Penn to be destroyed, allowing Boone to turn Penn into a carton of milk that was past its expiration date instead of killing him.

Star vs. the Forces of Evil

  • In "Diaz Family Vacation", a salesman tries to get Mr. and Mrs. Diaz to buy some trinkets. As he approaches them, he opens up his trench coat, which causes them to become all shocked (a joke about street flashers).
    • In the same episode, it is heavily implied that Mr. and Mrs. Diaz are naked when they start bathing in the cave hot tub. This is later confirmed when Mr. Diaz walks around and Marco covers Star's eyes so the latter cannot see him. His entire bottom half is cut off, however.
  • In "Mewberty", one of the guys on the swim team mentions that someone defecated in the pool.
  • In "Sleep Spells", when Marco is trying to use psychology to figure out why Star is sleepwalking (and casting spells in her sleep), he calls himself "Dr. Marco: Ph.D", to which Star inquires, "What does 'Ph.D' stand for?" Before Marco can answer, Mrs. Diaz proclaims, "Pretty handsome dude," which is close to "pretty huge dick". Though realistically, it stands for "Doctor of Philosophy".
  • In "Storm the Castle", when Star is looking for Marco, she notices Mr. and Mrs. Diaz underneath a blanket with a flashlight and giggling in a suggestive manner. However, when she asks them what they are doing, they reply that they're looking at Mr. Diaz's old book of medical illustrations.
    • Also in the episode, when Glossaryck describes the term "cleaved", he utilizes dropping his towel around his torso as an example. His bottom half is cut off, but it is enough for Moon to cover her eyes.
  • In "Trickstar", after performing a trick on Jeremy, Preston Change-O says to him, "Tell your mom I said hi." This line typically implies that they are having a sexual affair.
  • In "Stump Day", Marco knocks on Star's bedroom door late at night and asks if she's "decent". He then enters (with his hand above his eyes) without her actually confirming that she's dressed.
  • In "Britta's Tacos", a running gag has everyone thinking that Mariposa is Marco and Star's baby daughter (implying that they had sex and conceived as teenagers), even though Marco tries to correct everybody that Mariposa is, in fact, his baby sister and is simply taking her out so that they can bond.

The Lion Guard

  • In "The Rise of Makuu", Beshte gets some appreciative (and rather seductive) wolf whistles from a couple of female hippos while bathing himself at Big Springs.
  • In "Fuli's New Family", Fuli moans, "Again? What is with everyone eating bugs?!" A passing elephant then steps past Fuli and splashes mud all over the latter, much to her disgust. Ono asks Fuli what's wrong, to which she complains, "I'm covered in mud!" Ono then sniffs Fuli and casually states, "Oh, that's not mud," leaving her even more disgusted (realizing it was most likely fecal matter). 

Milo Murphy's Law

  • In "Murphy's Lard", Milo, at one point, praises Melissa's (dubious) accomplishment for her "intestinal fortitude" (not pooping herself out of fear).
  • In "Look at This Ship", Melissa and Zack play a guessing game while waiting for Milo, and Melissa describes, "It's something that oozes from your body, but it's not all that unpleasant." The real answer to said question is semen, which happens during masturbation or ejaculation.

Tangled: The Series

  • In "Freebird", Cassandra tells Rapunzel that they were supposed to have a bathroom break and not a meditation, to which Shorty responds that he was "multitasking", prompting Flynn, Lance, and Hook Foot to leave in disgust.

Billy Dilley's Super-Duper Subterranean Summer

  • In "Beastie Billy", Zeke hides in the bathroom to escape Billy, but Billy tries to enter the house through the toilet. He attempts to be quiet while Marsha walks by to hear Zeke struggling. The combined sounds give the impression that Zeke is trying to defecate with Marsha reminding him to flush.
  • In "Rat's Entertainment!", Billy plays footage of his time in school with his pet rat Anaximander. When he pops out of Billy's backpack, a female rat also pops out with him, leaving Billy confused. This would imply that Anaximander was most likely sleeping with her.

Ducktales (2017 series)

  • In "Daytrip of Doom!", Webby shoots Huey with her dart gun off-screen, and he yelps, "My tailbone!", which is close to the groin area. In the same episode, Ma Beagle, at one point, tells her sons to "mark their territory" (given the fact that they are anthropomorphic dogs).
  • In "Beware the B.U.D.D.Y. System!", Fenton Crackshell claims that Gyro Gearloose had set up his laboratory in the bathroom because it is the perfect place for his work. Basically, Gyro implied that Fenton's work is pure crap. Fenton himself seems to realize this at the moment he said it.
    • Also, several of the devices that Gizmoduck has are located in the suit's bottom part, including oil that he spills on the road to make it slippery and a grappling hook. He is literally pulling them out of his butt!
  • In "The Missing Links of Moorshire!", a running gag is two kelpies trying to drown the main characters, and as they keep failing, they pout and claim they're no fun because they don't want to be drowned.
  • In "Day of the Only Child!", when Louie visits his wealthy neighbor Doofus Drake, he finds him acting bizarre, but when Doofus reaches down his own pants, Louie freaks out and frantically pushes the elevator button. He is soon quickly relieved when Doofus reveals that it was just a friendship bracelet.
  • In "The Depths of Cousin Fethry!", while swimming through water warmed by hydrothermal vents, Dewey assumes the temperature is from something else and accuses Huey (obviously thinking he was urinating).
  • In "The Town Where Everyone Was Nice!", a photo montage shows that, after a donkey spat at Webby, she did the same thing to the donkey who, in turn, farted at both her and Dewey. An audible farting sound can be briefly heard during the montage.
  • In "Nothing Can Stop Della Duck!", when Della asks her sons if they are potty-trained, Huey and Louie respond positively by nodding, whereas Dewey reveals that he is only partially trained by moving his hand sideways. This means that Dewey still has to use diapers to urinate or defecate.
  • In "The Dangerous Chemistry of Gandra Dee!", Webby, upon discovering that Fenton is Gizmoduck, asks him if the suit has a toilet, implying that she wanted to know what he does whenever he has to either urinate or defecate while using the suit.
  • In "Moonvasion!", as Duckworth leaves to make preparations for them in the afterlife, Mrs. Beakley makes a point about how it's not reassuring that he goes down through the floor (meaning "Hell").
    • The same episode has Lil' Bulb twisting his own head off to avoid revealing any secrets to the Moon people.
  • In "Louie's Eleven!", The Three Caballeros (Donald Duck, José Carioca, and Panchito Pistoles) try to get Scrooge to sponsor them by playing their music in front of him while he is bathing, much to Scrooge's anger.

Legend of the Three Caballeros

Big City Greens

  • In "Swimming Fool", Bill Green spends the majority of the episode trapped in a Jacuzzi nude, and he is eventually forced to use his hat to cover himself.
  • In "Elevator Action", when the Green family is trapped in an elevator, Cricket Green admits to his father at one point that he is eager to get out, but hides the fact that he has to use the bathroom due to drinking his soda too fast, which Bill angrily points out. Cricket then deliberately chugs the rest of his soda, causing him to jiggle awkwardly. When the firefighters burst into the elevator, allowing the Green family to escape, Bill tells his son to go to the bathroom, which Cricket does, and he can be heard making over-exaggerated relief sounds as he urinates.
  • In "Wild Side", when Remy Remington and the entire Green family decide to act wild by covering themselves in mud and strip down, Gramma Alice chooses to get completely naked with only the animals covering her up.

101 Dalmatian Street

  • A running gag throughout the show is the characters mentioning potty breaks or "signing in" by urinating. The dogs will either lift their leg up or crouch, but no waste matter is visible, as the camera would usually cut away.
  • In "Poetry Scam", when Dolly is reciting to Hansel in the cemetery, then it later turns into her freestyle about Diesel chewing on his stitches, she sings about going to the vet with the line, "She'll check your bits..." (the term "bits" is another name for a pair of male or female genitalia). The referral is seemingly confirmed when Hansel stares down at his crotch as Dolly says this.

Amphibia

  • In "Anne or Beast?", when Anne and Sprig first shake hands, Anne comments that "[his] hand just barfed out [her] hand," when she sees that his hand is dirty and sticky.
  • In "Best Fronds", while Anne and Sprig are getting ready to head to the lake, Anne grabs a towel that says "Beach Please!", which is a censored version of the statement "Bitch, please!"
  • In "Cane Crazy", when Sprig comments that Leopold Loggle loves wood, he specifies that Loggle loves it "almost a little too much," suggesting he has objectophilia.
    • Later in the episode, after Anne throws termites to the Tree of Doom, all that is left of the creature is the insect that was inside, which is shown to be completely nude.
  • In "Hop Luck", when Maddie introduces herself to Sprig, she reveals that she saw Sprig's death in her head. Sprig then comments that he wanted his death to be a surprise, to which Maddie replies that it will indeed be a surprise, leaving Sprig baffled.
    • Later in the episode, Hop Pop reveals he almost got his butt eaten while finding some ingredients for a pizza and proves this by showing his rump, though it is revealed that only a section of his pants was eaten.
  • In "Stakeout", one of the arguments between Anne and Hop Pop takes place inside the bathroom, with Hop Pop declaring that he was angry at her because she was in there for two hours (although since it was only heard, it is unknown why it took her so long).
    • Also in the episode, Anne and Hop Pop start hallucinating after drinking juices that their body chemistry could not handle, which can be interpreted as a form of intoxication.
  • In "Taking Charge", when Anne says that the Plantars should at least fix her telephone after one of them drained its battery, Hop Pop inquires if they have to make a "lamb sacrifice" to charge it before stating that he knows "a guy in town", implying that he wanted to either kill an animal or somebody.
  • In "Girl Time", when Anne asks what the food she's eating is made of, Felicia reveals that it is made of dung, visibly disgusting Anne.
  • In "Contagi-Anne", Sprig suggests they, as frogs, should take their clothes off due to the rain, to which Hop Pop tells Sprig to "keep [his] pants on," implying that Sprig had previously walked naked in the rain, and that he wanted to do it at that moment.
    • Later in the episode, when Hop Pop explains that the mushroom Anne put in the soup isn't actually meant to be eaten, he reveals that he uses it to, among other things, clean Bessie's barn. The way he says this implies that he uses it to clean Bessie's manure inside the barn.
  • In "Grubhog Day", when Sprig and Hop Pop try to cut open the "grubhog" (actually a puppet controlled by Anne), Polly screams excitedly that she likes that part of the ceremony. She later openly admits to having seen nothing wrong with killing it.
    • Later in the episode, Anne admits that she almost peed when her arm was nearly cut off.
  • In "Hop Pop and Lock", when Anne tells Hop Pop that, thanks to her dancing lessons, he and Sylvia will be "locking lips by the end of the night," Sprig and Polly react with disgust, a natural reaction in kids (and even some teens and adults) who never kissed someone else before.
  • In "Hop-Popular", one of the challenges to become mayor is being lost in the forest naked, which Albus says being a mayor of a town is like.
  • In "Croak and Punishment", when Hop Pop mentions that it's time to do chores, he and Polly put on masks while claiming that "Bessie's waste ain't gonna shelve itself," clearly referring to the snail's manure. Anne and Sprig soon follow, and the following scene shows them after cleaning the excrement, with Anne stating that "[she's] scarred for life," implying that she was either horrified by the size of the manure (which was likely very big, as it came from a giant snail), or that she experienced an accident involving the excrement.
  • In "Trip to the Archives", when Hop Pop reminds Sprig, Anne, and Polly of their recent adventures, a montage shows them all facing monsters; one of these monsters is a giant skunk-like creature who is seen to have the family under its butt. Upon recalling this, Polly comments that she still remembers its spray.
    • Later in the episode, Sprig manages to escape the town archives through the bathroom, and it is shown that he got out of the pipes through the toilet of a women's restroom at a restaurant that was open. When Anne asks Sprig how he escaped, he replies that he doesn't want to talk about it. Later, when Polly reveals that she and Hop Pop also escaped through the pipes, Hop Pop mentions that he saw things. This suggests that the three amphibians either encountered defecation, saw naked women, or both while escaping.
  • In "Snow Day", Anne unfreezes Sprig, who had become frozen due to the low temperature. Having been unfrozen earlier than he should, Sprig behaves as though he were intoxicated.
  • In "Bizarre Bazaar", when Anne tells Sprig to "tongue" the Wrecker, he exclaims: "Tongue him? I hardly know him!" Though she clearly meant for him to grab the Wrecker with his tongue.
  • In "Children of the Spore", Apothecary Gary pleads Hop Pop for mercy by stating that, as the last one of his kind, his species will be extinct if he dies. However, Hop Pop calmly states that he can live with that on his conscience.

The Owl House

  • In "A Lying Witch and a Warden", when Luz first sees the Boiling Isles, she wonders if she died and went to "the bad place", clearly meaning Hell.
    • Later in the episode, when King first shows up, he is seen wearing towels, meaning that he was in the shower before appearing.
  • In "The Intruder", upon being restored to normal, Eda awakens with no memory of what happened, a headache, and with "[her] mouth [tasting] like roadkill," before vomiting a Snaggleback she had eaten while in her monster form. Her actions emulate those of the aftermath of suffering a hangover.

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