"If you look at the television, 'South Park' is available for everybody to watch, and the language in 'South Park' is way worse than what's in 'Bad News Bears,'" Thornton told BBC Radio 1. "But I think because television is free, it's on so you people don't question it so much.
"But you see kids out places, and if you hear a kid saying 'come here you little (expletive), nobody thinks anything about it, but when you hear it in a movie, it's a big deal."
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