The Simpsons has been taken off air in Venezuela because it was deemed "inappropriate for children".
D'oh! The Simpsons is pulledThe country's television regulator received a number of complaints about the animated series, which was filling an 11am weekday timeslot.
It has now been replaced by Baywatch Hawaii.
"It had to be taken off," station spokeswoman Elba Guillen said.
"They consider it to be a series that isn't appropriate for that time because it isn't appropriate for children."
The station was forced to yank the programme despite it having the "highest levels of viewership for that morning timetable in the history of the channel", according to Perez Nahim, the station's general manager.
He said the station itself had not received any complaints.
The TV regulator would not specify what elements were considered offensive or the nature of the complaints.
But showing the series in the 11am spot could violate national regulations prohibiting "messages that go against the whole education of boys, girls and adolescents," it said.
Baywatch Hawaii, which stars David Hasselhoff and Pamela Anderson, has been running in the spot since late last week and no complaints had yet been recorded, Mr Nahim told a Venezuelan newspaper.
The station's management has yet to decide whether it will air The Simpsons at a different time.