The cover of this week's Newsweek features Michelle Kwan and asks in bold letters, "Can Michelle Kick Ice?" Since kicking "ice" has absolutely no meaning that I'm aware of, I guess it really says "Can Michelle kick ass?" I'm certainly not offended by the play on words, but I was reminded of a Cheers episode in which Sam originally was supposed to say to Rebecca "I'd like to thank your brains out." Even though the words themselves are completely innocent, the real meaning was obvious and the censors would not let it air. Can you think of any other substitution phrases that pushed the limits?