So, the TV edit of the popular catchprase for Snakes On A Plane went from "I have had it with these motherf***ing snakes on this motherf***ing plane," to "I Have Had It With These Monkey-Fightin’ Snakes On This Monday-To-Friday Plane." Let’s go over this whole process.
This means someone was sitting in a room, trying to come up with a rhyme or something similar-sounding to "motherf***ing" and wrote down "Monday-to-Friday." Then he showed "Monday-to-Friday" to his boss and his boss said "Yes, that works." Then, Samuel L. Jackson, while doing the TV overdubs, saw that "motherf***ing" had been changed to "Monday-to-Friday" and read "Monday-to-Friday plane" 10-20 times, emphatically, into the microphone. OK, that’s all. I just wanted to be sure we were all clear that numerous people, including SAMUEL L. JACKSON, saw the phrase "Monday-to-Friday plane" and thought that this made ANY SENSE AT ALL. (I’m not even going to get into monkey-fighting. There are zero monkeys in Snakes on a Plane, let alone any monkeys who fight snakes.)