Advertisements Watching the premier of Mad Men last week, I noticed a couple of times when a character said "damn", but the closed captioning said "d@@@". Happened at least twice. Tonight I'm watching the first two episodes of Rubicon, and there is a 'damn' and a 'sh1t' spoken, but the captions were 'd@@@' and 's@@@'. So either AMC is censoring the captions, or the captioner is. I doubt AMC is, since the words themselves are being spoken and heard. That leads me to believe whoever is doing the captioning is censoring the dialog for me. I find this highly offensive, and troubling. Either give me the dialog as it's spoken, or let someone else do the captioning. But don't let your personal feelings decide what I get to see. If they beep the spoken word, you can beep the captions. If they say it, you have to type it. Perhaps I'm wrong, and there is some legit reason for this. I will be calling AMC tomorrow to see if I can talk to someone about this.