History Main / MissingEpisode

29th Jul '17 2:28:52 PM RacattackForce
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Can sometimes result from OldShame. Compare with KeepCirculatingTheTapes, for a work that is not legally available. For an episode that never actually existed in the first place, see {{UnInstallment}}. See also CanonDiscontinuity, for something that isn't recognized as part of the series, usually due to how out of place it is. See also BannedEpisode, which is a Missing Episode that already aired at least once or twice, but was pulled due to complaints over content, legal issues, or a bad case of being "TooSoon."

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Can sometimes result from OldShame. Compare with KeepCirculatingTheTapes, for a work that is not legally available. For an episode that never actually existed in the first place, see {{UnInstallment}}. See also CanonDiscontinuity, for something that isn't recognized as part of the series, usually due to how out of place it is. See also BannedEpisode, which is a Missing Episode that already aired at least once or twice, but was pulled due to complaints over content, legal issues, or a bad case of being "TooSoon."
" See also UnfinishedEpisode, which is a Missing Episode that was in the middle of production, but for various reasons was never completed.
20th May '17 12:06:48 AM rjd1922
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* If it's an episode of an anime or an overseas import, usually it's skipped over due to translation issues, the aforementioned content issues (often due to ValuesDissonance as something benign in one country can be offensive in another), or the fact that it's filler and, therefore, a waste of time to show since it has nothing to do with the running story arc.

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* If it's an episode of an anime or an overseas import, usually it's skipped over due to translation issues, the aforementioned content issues (often due to ValuesDissonance as something benign in one country can be offensive in another), or the fact that it's filler {{filler}} and, therefore, considered a waste of time to show since it has nothing to do with the running story arc.
17th Apr '17 4:55:28 AM mlsmithca
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17th Apr '17 4:52:52 AM mlsmithca
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* MissingEpisode/{{Art}}



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[[folder:Art]]
* ''Art/TheLastSupper'':
** While the painting has survived environmental damage, target practice from Napoleonic soldiers, and a [[UsefulNotes/WorldWarII WWII]] bombing run, most of the original paint Leonardo used has been lost and parts of the painting are obfuscated or damaged. Several restoration efforts have been made to combat the portraits decay, but these efforts have been accused of replacing the original painting with an imitation.
** The bottom part of the portrait, which notably shows Jesus's feet, was so damaged that it was removed in favor of putting another door in the chapel, preventing any type of restoration for that part of the portrait.
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16th Mar '17 6:58:29 PM OnGreenDolphinStreet
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* It's literally missing. There are no surviving copies left. This applies to a lot of old films, radio shows (the BBC is particularly blameworthy for erasing and re-using tapes of classic shows to save money), and TV shows, as few people knew about preserving the works for future audiences at the time.

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* It's literally missing. There are no surviving copies left. This applies to a lot of old films, radio shows (the BBC is particularly blameworthy for erasing and re-using tapes of classic shows to save money), and TV shows, as few people knew about preserving the works for future audiences at the time.time, which led to copies being either destroyed by the ravages of time, junked or taped over.
27th Feb '17 5:49:38 PM DustSnitch
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[[folder:Art]]
* ''Art/TheLastSupper'':
** While the painting has survived environmental damage, target practice from Napoleonic soldiers, and a [[UsefulNotes/WorldWarII WWII]] bombing run, most of the original paint Leonardo used has been lost and parts of the painting are obfuscated or damaged. Several restoration efforts have been made to combat the portraits decay, but these efforts have been accused of replacing the original painting with an imitation.
** The bottom part of the portrait, which notably shows Jesus's feet, was so damaged that it was removed in favor of putting another door in the chapel, preventing any type of restoration for that part of the portrait.
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23rd Dec '16 8:38:30 PM ADrago
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Can sometimes result from OldShame. Frequently confused with LostForever, which is a VideoGameItemsAndInventory Trope despite having a name that sounds like ''this'' Trope. Compare with KeepCirculatingTheTapes, for a work that is not legally available. For an episode that never actually existed in the first place, see {{UnInstallment}}. See also CanonDiscontinuity, for something that isn't recognized as part of the series, usually due to how out of place it is. See also BannedEpisode, which is a Missing Episode that already aired at least once or twice, but was pulled due to complaints over content, legal issues, or a bad case of being "TooSoon."

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Can sometimes result from OldShame. Frequently confused with LostForever, which is a VideoGameItemsAndInventory Trope despite having a name that sounds like ''this'' Trope. Compare with KeepCirculatingTheTapes, for a work that is not legally available. For an episode that never actually existed in the first place, see {{UnInstallment}}. See also CanonDiscontinuity, for something that isn't recognized as part of the series, usually due to how out of place it is. See also BannedEpisode, which is a Missing Episode that already aired at least once or twice, but was pulled due to complaints over content, legal issues, or a bad case of being "TooSoon."
3rd Oct '16 11:14:44 AM AreYouTyler
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There is now [[http://lostmediawiki.com/Home an entire wiki devoted to lost media.]] Check it out for more details behind some of the listed examples here.

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There is now [[Wiki/LostMediaWiki an entire wiki]] [[http://lostmediawiki.com/Home an entire wiki com devoted to lost media.]] Check it out for more details behind some of the listed examples here.
14th Sep '16 5:22:59 PM mlsmithca
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** MissingEpisode/GameShows
31st Aug '16 3:53:25 PM AreYouTyler
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Can sometimes result from OldShame. Frequently confused with LostForever, which is a VideoGameItemsAndInventory Trope despite having a name that sounds like ''this'' Trope. For an episode that never actually existed in the first place, see {{UnInstallment}}. See also CanonDiscontinuity, for something that isn't recognized as part of the series, usually due to how out of place it is. See also BannedEpisode, which is a Missing Episode that already aired at least once or twice, but was pulled due to complaints over content, legal issues, or a bad case of being "TooSoon."

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Can sometimes result from OldShame. Frequently confused with LostForever, which is a VideoGameItemsAndInventory Trope despite having a name that sounds like ''this'' Trope. Compare with KeepCirculatingTheTapes, for a work that is not legally available. For an episode that never actually existed in the first place, see {{UnInstallment}}. See also CanonDiscontinuity, for something that isn't recognized as part of the series, usually due to how out of place it is. See also BannedEpisode, which is a Missing Episode that already aired at least once or twice, but was pulled due to complaints over content, legal issues, or a bad case of being "TooSoon."
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