Judd Apatow bleeped out at Critics' Choice Movie Awards

Judd Apatow accepts the Best Comedy Movie award for "Bridesmaids" onstage during the 17th Annual Critics' Choice Movie Awards on Jan. 12, 2012, in Los Angeles.

(CBS) Judd Apatow put the censors to work Thursday night during the Critics' Choice Movie Awards.

Pictures: Critics' Choice Awards red carpet
Pictures: Highlights from the show
Pictures: Winners in the press room

While accepting the best comedy award for "Bridesmaids" (he produced the film), Apatow had to be bleeped out three times during his speech.

He ended his acceptance speech with a dig at comedian Jerry Lewis.

"Jerry Lewis once said that he didn't think that women were funny. I'd like to say, with all respect, f--- you," he said.

"Bridesmaids," co-written by Kristin Wiig and Annie Mumolo, features a mostly-female cast that includes Wiig, Melissa McCarthy, Wendi McLendon-Covey, Rose Byrne and Ellie Kemper.

The film was also nominated in the acting ensemble category at Thursday's ceremony, and McCarthy was nominated for best supporting actress.

Tell us: Should Apatow have used his acceptance speech to slam Lewis?

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