WB has opted to air a censored version of The Bedford Diaries, a drama centered on a college's sexuality class and premiering March 29. Reacting to the decision, executive producer Barry Levinson said on Thursday, "We don't believe that the show should have been edited, but [WB] is very fearful of what the FCC has been doing... intimidating networks and levying fines." Diaries, whose cast includes Matthew Modine and Milo Ventimiglia (who addresses the show's brazenness in next Wednesday's TVGuide.com Insider), will debut sans a scene of two girls kissing and another opening her jeans.