After trying to watch "Last Tango in Paris" on Trio's heavily advertised uncensored month I felt compelled to write this to Trio feedback this morning: (firstname.lastname@example.org) Trio TV - I settled back last night to watch the uncensored "Last Tango in Paris" from your heavily advertised June Uncensored Month on Time Warner Digital cable, for which I pay a high monthly fee. I was very dismayed when "truth in advertising" was not met. Every four letter word uttered out of Marlon Brando's mouth was bleeped out, and scenes where the female lead was walking around a room topless was covered up by red balls that matched the Trio banner at the bottom of the screen. The Trio banner even said it was uncensored. Please tell me your definition of uncensored. It certainly does not match mine. Thank you. Larry Price an unhappy cable subscriber.