TV Guardian – WFMW

Have you heard about the TV Guardian?

This amazing little contraption hooks up to your TV and DVD player and then filters out inappropriate language by muting your television. It uses closed captioning to enable you to follow the story line without being exposed to all those yucky words.

We have had ours for nearly 10 years and it has enabled us (mom and dad) to watch some shows that we enjoy (Law and Order) without being desensitized by constantly hearing bad language. It even filters out the inappropriate use of God’s name. You will want to turn that part off if you want to watch a sermon or religious program, lol.

Don’t think what you watch has any objectionable language? Maybe you’re just too acclimated to hearing it. We watch very little TV, but we do enjoy watching a video on Friday nights with the kids. TV Guardian allows children to watch movies that would otherwise be unacceptable. I’m thinking of Apollo 13, for instance.

TV Guardian, eliminating bad language from my television and  DVDs  that “Works for Me”

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7 Responses to TV Guardian – WFMW
  1. Laurel
    April 8, 2009 | 3:55 am

    We’ve had our T.V. Guardians for quite a few years also. Highly recommend them.

    We don’t watch t.v. at all (except for Law & Order when Papa and Mama are at a hotel for a weekend), but we do allow the occasional videos and we so appreciate T.V. Guardian.

    mama of 13 🙂


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  3. angela
    April 8, 2009 | 1:13 pm

    several members of our church has this on their own tvs


  4. Jill
    November 21, 2009 | 1:34 am

    We’ve had TV Guardian for about 7 years and we LOVE it!


  5. Liberty
    October 20, 2010 | 2:35 pm

    I just love that you said VIDEO!!! I still say that and my boys look at me like I’m from outer space…although we still have a few 🙂


  6. Traci Best
    December 22, 2010 | 8:23 am

    LOVE IT! I wish I had the money for it right now! Definitely going on my must have list!


  7. Robin
    July 31, 2012 | 7:31 pm

    We have Clearplay. It filters out bad language, nudity/sex scenes, and quite a bit more 🙂


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