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8th Jul '17 5:19:01 PM Eddy1215
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* In the first ''Literature/KnightsOfTheOldRepublic'' game, if you end up killing an important fish on Mannan, the planetary authorities ban you from ever coming back. You ''can'' blackmail the authorities and force them to let you return, which is perfectly in line with the previous evil action. On the other hand, if you spare the fish the Selkath are more inclined to be grateful, but if you stretch ImplausibleDeniability too far answering for your actions, they get fed up with your stupidity and give you the boot.

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* In the first ''Literature/KnightsOfTheOldRepublic'' ''VideoGame/KnightsOfTheOldRepublic'' game, if you end up killing an important fish on Mannan, the planetary authorities ban you from ever coming back. You ''can'' blackmail the authorities and force them to let you return, which is perfectly in line with the previous evil action. On the other hand, if you spare the fish the Selkath are more inclined to be grateful, but if you stretch ImplausibleDeniability too far answering for your actions, they get fed up with your stupidity and give you the boot.
8th Jul '17 5:18:19 PM Eddy1215
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* In the first ''KnightsOfTheOldRepublic'' game, if you end up killing an important fish on Mannan, the planetary authorities ban you from ever coming back. You ''can'' blackmail the authorities and force them to let you return, which is perfectly in line with the previous evil action. On the other hand, if you spare the fish the Selkath are more inclined to be grateful, but if you stretch ImplausibleDeniability too far answering for your actions, they get fed up with your stupidity and give you the boot.

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* In the first ''KnightsOfTheOldRepublic'' ''Literature/KnightsOfTheOldRepublic'' game, if you end up killing an important fish on Mannan, the planetary authorities ban you from ever coming back. You ''can'' blackmail the authorities and force them to let you return, which is perfectly in line with the previous evil action. On the other hand, if you spare the fish the Selkath are more inclined to be grateful, but if you stretch ImplausibleDeniability too far answering for your actions, they get fed up with your stupidity and give you the boot.
8th Jul '17 9:54:09 AM Plactus
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* In the first ''KnightsOfTheOldRepublic'' game, if you end up killing an important fish on Mannan, the planetary authorities ban you from ever coming back. You ''can'' blackmail the authorities and force them to let you return, which is perfectly in line with the previous evil action. On the other hand, if you spare the fish the Selkath are more inclined to be grateful, but if stretch ImplausibleDeniability too far answering for your actions, they get fed up with your stupidity and give you the boot.

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* In the first ''KnightsOfTheOldRepublic'' game, if you end up killing an important fish on Mannan, the planetary authorities ban you from ever coming back. You ''can'' blackmail the authorities and force them to let you return, which is perfectly in line with the previous evil action. On the other hand, if you spare the fish the Selkath are more inclined to be grateful, but if you stretch ImplausibleDeniability too far answering for your actions, they get fed up with your stupidity and give you the boot.
8th Jul '17 9:53:35 AM Plactus
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* In the first ''KnightsOfTheOldRepublic'' game, if you end up killing an important fish on Mannan, the planetary authorities ban you from ever coming back.
** You ''can'' blackmail the authorities and force them to let you return, which is perfectly in line with the previous evil action.

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* In the first ''KnightsOfTheOldRepublic'' game, if you end up killing an important fish on Mannan, the planetary authorities ban you from ever coming back.
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back. You ''can'' blackmail the authorities and force them to let you return, which is perfectly in line with the previous evil action.action. On the other hand, if you spare the fish the Selkath are more inclined to be grateful, but if stretch ImplausibleDeniability too far answering for your actions, they get fed up with your stupidity and give you the boot.
8th Jul '17 8:58:20 AM nombretomado
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* Hanatarash were banned from most venues for years, for reasons that only TheOtherWiki [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hanatarash could adequately explain with a straight face]]. [[RefugeInAudacity And yes, there is video.]]

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* Hanatarash were banned from most venues for years, for reasons that only TheOtherWiki Wiki/TheOtherWiki [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hanatarash could adequately explain with a straight face]]. [[RefugeInAudacity And yes, there is video.]]
4th Jul '17 6:56:44 PM MissMokushiroku
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* In ''VideoGame/EightyDays'', if their journey takes them through there, Passepartout manages to get both himself and Fogg banned from Calgary for life for reasons which may or may not actually be his fault (depending on the player's choices during the incident). Strangely, [[GameplayAndStorySegregation this doesn't stop them from being allowed to stay in the city as long as they need to]].
4th Jul '17 5:19:31 PM multibrawlr
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* In the world of pinball, Kevin Kulek attempted to sell pinball machines themed on the ''Film/{{Predator}}'' films without getting permission from Fox. When the buyers and other pinball fans found out about this and they called him out on it, Kulek was completely unapologetic about it, [[BlatantLies playing naive]] about everything from not understanding how rights work (thinking that permission consists simply of sending a letter and waiting for them to say yes back) to the definition of a "non-profit company" (thinking that it means any company that is not profiting). Combined with his reputation as a BadBoss by the people who worked with him (with every single one walking out due to disagreements with him, Kulek being the only person left in his company by the time people discovered he was using the ''Predator'' name illegally), the result is that every pinball manufacturer has agreed not to ever hire Kulek, and every convention and pinball show will not bring Kulek as a guest. As there is a lawsuit pending comprised of the people who lost thousands of dollars preordering ''Predator'' machines from him, his life in pinball is most likely over.

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* In the world of pinball, [[{{Pinball}} pinball]], Kevin Kulek of Skit-B Pinball attempted to sell selling ''Film/{{Predator}}''-themed pinball machines themed on the ''Film/{{Predator}}'' films without getting permission from Fox. Creator/{{Fox}}. When the buyers and other pinball fans found out about discovered this and they called him out on it, out, Kulek was completely unapologetic about it, it. He [[BlatantLies playing played naive]] about everything from not understanding how rights work (thinking that permission consists simply of sending a letter and waiting for them to say yes a "yes" back) to the definition of a "non-profit company" (thinking that it means any company that is not profiting). Combined with his reputation as a BadBoss by the people employees -- [[ScrewThisImOuttaHere all of which who worked with him (with every single one walking walked out due to disagreements with him, prior to the revelation]], leaving Kulek being the only person left remaining in his company by company -- the time people discovered he result was using pinball manufacturers agreeing to never hire Kulek, along with pinball shows and conventions refusing to bring Kulek as a guest. Given that there's a lawsuit pending comprised of those who lost money from the ''Predator'' name illegally), the result is that every pinball manufacturer has agreed not to ever hire Kulek, and every convention and pinball show will not bring Kulek as a guest. As there is a lawsuit pending comprised of the people who lost thousands of dollars preordering ''Predator'' machines from him, project, his life in pinball is most likely over.
28th Jun '17 2:52:33 PM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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** However, GenreSavvy [[TheDon "Gentleman" Johnny Marcone]] has all of his establishment give Dresden the Red Carpet treatment to ensure that the employees are polite to Dresden without having to let them in on TheMasquerade or let them know that the business is actually a front for organized crime (and therefore make Harry less likely to burn the building down). This is perfectly logical, given that Dresden at that point in the series has proven to be basically the AnthropomorphicPersonification of KillItWithFire.

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** However, GenreSavvy [[TheDon "Gentleman" Johnny Marcone]] has all of his establishment give Dresden the Red Carpet treatment to ensure that the employees are polite to Dresden without having to let them in on TheMasquerade or let them know that the business is actually a front for organized crime (and therefore make Harry less likely to burn the building down). This is perfectly logical, given that Dresden at that point in the series has proven to be basically the AnthropomorphicPersonification of KillItWithFire.
10th Jun '17 9:22:07 AM AmuckCricetine
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* In the ''Series/DoctorWho'' episode "Tooth and Claw", the Doctor and Rose are banned from Great Britain by UsefulNotes/QueenVictoria. Not that he cares.

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* In the ''Series/DoctorWho'' episode "Tooth "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS28E2ToothAndClaw Tooth and Claw", Claw]]", the Doctor and Rose are banned from Great Britain by UsefulNotes/QueenVictoria. Not that he cares.



** Lampshaded as a gag in the 2011 Christmas episode, where the Doctor announces himself to the children and their mother as "The Caretaker". He says that people sometimes refer to him as The Caretaker, the Doctor, and "Get off this planet."

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** Lampshaded as a gag in "[[Recap/DoctorWho2011CSTheDoctorTheWidowAndTheWardrobe The Doctor, the 2011 Christmas episode, Widow and the Wardrobe]]", where the Doctor announces himself to the children and their mother as "The Caretaker". He says that people sometimes refer to him as The Caretaker, the Doctor, and "Get off this planet."



** Louise Lasser: Hosted the penultimate episode of Season 1 (1975-76). Michaels has gone on record in saying that Lasser was incoherent during her performance and wouldn't appear in any sketches unless she was by herself or with Chevy Chase.

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** Louise Lasser: Hosted the penultimate episode of Season 1 (1975-76). Michaels Creator/LorneMichaels has gone on record in saying that Lasser was incoherent during her performance and wouldn't appear in any sketches unless she was by herself or with Chevy Chase.Creator/ChevyChase.



** Milton Berle: Hosted the April 14, 1979 episode, and after consistently upstaging other performers, non-stop mugging to the camera, and unscripted performance of "September Rain", Michaels banned him from the show. Berle's episode (along with Lasser's) would not be seen in syndication for twenty years after (and are included in the season DVD sets).
** Creator/StevenSeagal: Hosted the April 20, 1991 episode, and was banned soon afterwards because he had difficulty working with the cast and crew, often pitching lousy sketch ideas and getting angry that none of them were picked. This was referenced in a later episode (September 26, 1992) featuring Nicholas Cage, where Lorne Michaels responds to Cage's insistence that his monologue made him look like "the biggest jerk on the show" with the response "No, no. That would be Steven Seagal."
** Martin Lawrence: Hosted the episode that came right after the infamous Alec Baldwin-hosted show with the "Canteen Boy Goes Camping" sketch (where Canteen Boy (Adam Sandler) is [[spoiler: molested by his scoutmaster]]) in 1994 (Season 19), and got himself banned when he launched into a monologue about the decline in women's hygiene. All reruns have cut off Martin's monologue and replaced it with cards that explain why this can never air on TV again.
** Creator/AdrienBrody: Hosted in Season 28 (2002-03) and got himself banned after introducing musical guest Sean Paul in a rude boy Jamaican get-up and ad-libbing. There wasn't any profanity uttered; it was just that Lorne utterly hates unscripted performances. Considering the rest of Season 28 [[note]]which most fans didn't care for due to the absence of Will Ferrell and Jimmy Fallon's constant {{Corpsing}}[[/note]], this was actually considered a highlight.

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** Milton Berle: Creator/MiltonBerle: Hosted the April 14, 1979 episode, and after consistently upstaging other performers, non-stop mugging to the camera, and unscripted performance of "September Rain", Michaels banned him from the show. Berle's episode (along with Lasser's) would not be seen in syndication for twenty years after (and are included in the season DVD sets).
** Creator/StevenSeagal: Hosted the April 20, 1991 episode, and was banned soon afterwards because he had difficulty working with the cast and crew, often pitching lousy sketch ideas and getting angry that none of them were picked. This was referenced in a later episode (September 26, 1992) featuring Nicholas Cage, Creator/NicolasCage, where Lorne Michaels responds to Cage's insistence that his monologue made him look like "the biggest jerk on the show" with the response "No, no. That would be Steven Seagal."
** Martin Lawrence: Hosted the episode that came right after the infamous Alec Baldwin-hosted show with the "Canteen Boy Goes Camping" sketch (where Canteen Boy (Adam Sandler) (Creator/AdamSandler) is [[spoiler: molested by his scoutmaster]]) in 1994 (Season 19), and got himself banned when he launched into a monologue about the decline in women's hygiene. All reruns have cut off Martin's monologue and replaced it with cards that explain why this can never air on TV again.
** Creator/AdrienBrody: Hosted in Season 28 (2002-03) and got himself banned after introducing musical guest Sean Paul Music/SeanPaul in a rude boy Jamaican get-up and ad-libbing. There wasn't any profanity uttered; it was just that Lorne utterly hates unscripted performances. Considering the rest of Season 28 [[note]]which most fans didn't care for due to the absence of Will Ferrell Creator/WillFerrell and Jimmy Fallon's Creator/JimmyFallon's constant {{Corpsing}}[[/note]], this was actually considered a highlight.



** Musical guest Sinead O'Connor was banned after ripping up a picture of Pope John Paul II and calling him 'the true enemy' after her second song (the segment was banned as well, save for an appearance on an ''SNL'' DVD special about the show's popular music performances in 25 years. The segment does appear, albeit with Lorne Michaels introducing the piece and telling viewers about the controversy behind it).
** Musical Guest Cypress Hill (on the season 19 episode hosted by Creator/ShannenDoherty) was banned after DJ Muggs lit a joint on-camera (and trashed their dressing room).
** Musical Guest Fear (on the season seven episode hosted by Creator/DonaldPleasence, which is also banned for its dark, disgusting humor [[note]] Doesn't help that it was a Halloween episode[[/note]]), after a profanity-laden and set-destroying performance.
** Subverted with Elvis Costello, who was initially banned for playing "Radio Radio" (a song critical of the music publishing establishment, of which NBC certainly was), instead of the planned "Less than Zero" on the season three episode hosted by Miskell Spillman (an elderly woman who [[ContestWinnerCameo won]] ''SNL'''s "Anyone Can Host" contest). He eventually returned to the show in 1987 (appearing on the episode hosted by Mary Tyler Moore), and eventually took part in the show's 25th anniversary celebration by recreating his song switch.

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** Musical guest Sinead O'Connor Music/SineadOConnor was banned after ripping up a picture of Pope John Paul II and calling him 'the true enemy' after her second song (the segment was banned as well, save for an appearance on an ''SNL'' DVD special about the show's popular music performances in 25 years. The segment does appear, albeit with Lorne Michaels introducing the piece and telling viewers about the controversy behind it).
** Musical Guest Cypress Hill Music/CypressHill (on the season 19 episode hosted by Creator/ShannenDoherty) was banned after DJ Muggs lit a joint on-camera (and trashed their dressing room).
** Musical Guest Fear Music/{{Fear}} (on the season seven episode hosted by Creator/DonaldPleasence, which is also banned for its dark, disgusting humor [[note]] Doesn't help that it was a Halloween episode[[/note]]), after a profanity-laden and set-destroying performance.
** Subverted with Elvis Costello, Music/ElvisCostello, who was initially banned for playing "Radio Radio" (a song critical of the music publishing establishment, of which NBC certainly was), instead of the planned "Less than Zero" on the season three episode hosted by Miskell Spillman (an elderly woman who [[ContestWinnerCameo won]] ''SNL'''s "Anyone Can Host" contest). He eventually returned to the show in 1987 (appearing on the episode hosted by Mary Tyler Moore), Creator/MaryTylerMoore), and eventually took part in the show's 25th anniversary celebration by recreating his song switch.



* Chuck Austen was essentially excommunicated from the comic book industry after ''retailers'' told Marvel and DC that they wouldn't buy his books.
* Adam Sandler was banned from the campus of a Nebraska state college after he was caught getting high with some students after a comedy performance

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* Chuck Austen Creator/ChuckAusten was essentially excommunicated from the comic book industry after ''retailers'' told Marvel and DC that they wouldn't buy his books.
* Adam Sandler Creator/AdamSandler was banned from the campus of a Nebraska state college after he was caught getting high with some students after a comedy performance
6th Jun '17 2:47:16 AM LtFedora
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* The Season 1 finale of ''Series/{{Lost}}'' reveals Sawyer's reason for being on the plan. He was arrested after headbutting an Australian government minister in a bar and was deported along with being banned from ever setting foot in Australia again.

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* The Season 1 finale of ''Series/{{Lost}}'' reveals Sawyer's reason for being on the plan.plane. He was arrested after headbutting an Australian government minister in a bar and was deported along with being banned from ever setting foot in Australia again.
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