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27th Nov '17 5:48:37 AM mimitchi33
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* NTV didn't show ''Anime/{{Ponyo}}'' for two years because of the Tohoku earthquake and tsunami.



** Three minutes before the death of Creator/RobinWilliams was announced, BBC Three aired the ''Family Guy'' episode "Family Guy Viewer Mail #2," which has the story "Fatman and Robin," in which Peter wishes that everything he touched turned to Robin Williams, which leads to Peter attempting suicide several times over how annoying Williams' comedy is. Making matters worse, the episode ends with Peter cutting off his hands at the wrists (preventing himself from turning any more people into Robin Williams) which was one of Williams' attempted suicide methods in real life. [[http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/world-news/robin-williams-family-guy-episode-4040030 Soon, negative comments flooded the internet about this coincidence]], and BBC banned it from ever airing again on their network. Creator/AdultSwim had the episode planned on their schedule on the day Robin Williams died too, but when news hit, they pulled the episode and aired another one.

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** Three minutes before the death of Creator/RobinWilliams was announced, BBC Three aired the ''Family Guy'' episode "Family Guy Viewer Mail #2," which has the story "Fatman and Robin," in which Peter wishes that everything he touched turned to Robin Williams, which leads to Peter attempting suicide several times over how annoying Williams' comedy is. Making matters worse, the episode ends with Peter cutting off his hands at the wrists (preventing himself from turning any more people into Robin Williams) which was one of Williams' attempted suicide methods in real life. [[http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/world-news/robin-williams-family-guy-episode-4040030 Soon, negative comments flooded the internet about this coincidence]], and BBC banned it from ever airing again on their network. Creator/AdultSwim had the episode planned on their schedule on the day Robin Williams died too, but when news hit, they pulled the episode and aired another one. The episode has returned to rotation on all of these networks as of November 2017.
22nd Nov '17 11:04:52 AM comicwriter
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* The film ''I Love You, Daddy'', written, directed by, and starring Creator/LouisCK, was originally set for a limited release on November 17, 2017, having attracted plenty of award-season buzz after being filmed in secret over the summer. However, it was pulled indefinitely by its distributor just a week before it came out after CK confessed to several instances of sexual harassment, which was very similar to the movie's plot of a Hollywood producer trying to stop his teenage daughter from dating a 70 year old film director (who was heavily based on Woody Allen).


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* The film ''I Love You, Daddy'', written, directed by, and starring Creator/LouisCK, was originally set for a limited release on November 17, 2017, having attracted plenty of award-season buzz after being filmed in secret over the summer. However, it was pulled indefinitely by its distributor just a week before it came out after CK confessed to several instances of sexual harassment, which was very similar to the movie's plot of a Hollywood producer trying to stop his teenage daughter from dating a 70 year old film director (who was heavily based on Woody Allen).
22nd Nov '17 10:31:49 AM comicwriter
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* On the day before the fourth episode of the new-edit ''Anime/PsychoPass'' anime was to be televised, a 16 year old girl murdered her 15 year old classmate in her apartment in Sasebo by dismembering and decapitating her. The episode's broadcasts were initially cancelled soon after, due to very similar violent content in said episode.[[note]]The episode revolved around a deranged schoolgirl who was kidnapping and dismembering her female schoolmates in order to make works of art out of their body parts.[[/note]]

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* On the day before the fourth episode of the new-edit ''Anime/PsychoPass'' anime was to be televised, a 16 year old girl murdered her 15 year old classmate in her apartment in Sasebo by dismembering and decapitating her. The episode's broadcasts were initially cancelled soon after, due to very similar violent content in said episode.[[note]]The episode in question revolved around a deranged schoolgirl who was kidnapping and dismembering her female schoolmates in order to make works of art out of their body parts.[[/note]]
22nd Nov '17 10:31:30 AM comicwriter
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* On the day before the fourth episode of the new-edit ''Anime/PsychoPass'' anime was to be televised, a 16 year old girl murdered her 15 year old classmate in her apartment in Sasebo by dismembering and decapitating her. The episode's broadcasts were initially cancelled soon after, due to very similar violent content in said episode.[[note]]The episode revolved around a deranged schoolgirl who was kidnapping and dismembering her female classmates in order to make works of art out of their body parts.[[/note]]

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* On the day before the fourth episode of the new-edit ''Anime/PsychoPass'' anime was to be televised, a 16 year old girl murdered her 15 year old classmate in her apartment in Sasebo by dismembering and decapitating her. The episode's broadcasts were initially cancelled soon after, due to very similar violent content in said episode.[[note]]The episode revolved around a deranged schoolgirl who was kidnapping and dismembering her female classmates schoolmates in order to make works of art out of their body parts.[[/note]]
22nd Nov '17 10:25:11 AM comicwriter
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* The second half of ''Anime/FullMetalPanicFumoffu'''s first episode had Kaname getting abducted by a female gang leader, with Sosuke responding by kidnapping said leader's little brother[[note]]Though it's revealed that it wasn't a ''real'' kidnapping, the brother was a willing accomplice and Sosuke payed him off with an RC boat[[/note]]; it was cut from broadcast due to a high profile kidnapping case at around the same time.

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* The second half of ''Anime/FullMetalPanicFumoffu'''s first episode had Kaname getting abducted by a female gang leader, with Sosuke responding by kidnapping said leader's little brother[[note]]Though it's revealed that it wasn't a ''real'' kidnapping, the brother was a willing accomplice and Sosuke payed him off with an RC boat[[/note]]; car[[/note]]; it was cut from broadcast due to a high profile kidnapping case at around the same time.



* On the day before the fourth episode of the new-edit ''Anime/PsychoPass'' anime was to be televised, a 16 year old girl murdered her 15 year old classmate in her apartment in Sasebo by dismembering and decapitating her. The episode's broadcasts were initially cancelled soon after, due to very similar violent content in said episode.

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* On the day before the fourth episode of the new-edit ''Anime/PsychoPass'' anime was to be televised, a 16 year old girl murdered her 15 year old classmate in her apartment in Sasebo by dismembering and decapitating her. The episode's broadcasts were initially cancelled soon after, due to very similar violent content in said episode.[[note]]The episode revolved around a deranged schoolgirl who was kidnapping and dismembering her female classmates in order to make works of art out of their body parts.[[/note]]
21st Nov '17 9:57:56 PM comicwriter
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* ''Film/{{Targets}}'' had its release delayed due to the assassinations of UsefulNotes/MartinLutherKingJr and UsefulNotes/RobertFKennedy, which ultimately ended up hurting it at the box office. However, it's since been VindicatedByHistory.
20th Nov '17 5:41:52 PM ryanasaurus0077
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** A DVD release of the first three movies took place in the United States in Spring 2009--just after Noriko Sakai was convicted of drug possession. Needless to say, the set, which included ''Pikachu and Pichu'' (which was taken out of circulation in Japan on Sakai's account), was soon pulled, and the international distributor ultimately lost the rights for good in part as a result of the set's failed release.
20th Nov '17 7:47:26 AM wuggles
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* The film ''I Love You, Daddy'', written, directed by, and starring Creator/LouisCK, was originally set for a limited release on November 17, 2017, having attracted plenty of award-season buzz after being filmed in secret over the summer. However, it was pulled indefinitely by its distributor just a week before it came out after CK confessed to several instances of sexual harassment, which was very similar to the movie's plot of a Hollywood producer trying to stop his teenage daughter from dating a 70 year old film director (who was heavily based on Woody Allen).
19th Nov '17 10:15:09 AM MagBas
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* Sara Evans released a song called "Coalmine" right after the Sago Mine disaster. Although she discussed the song with relatives of mine collapse victims, who were fully in support of the single (it's an upbeat song about an attractive husband who works in a coalmine), it still bombed at radio due to concerns.
19th Nov '17 9:57:01 AM Twentington
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* Defied by Sara Evans, who released the song "Coalmine" (an uptempo praising an attractive husband who works in a coalmine) right after a mine accident in West Virginia in 2006. Although others had expressed concerns that it would be too soon, she discussed the song with relatives of mine collapse victims, who were fully in support of the single. However, it completely bombed at radio.

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* Defied by Sara Evans, who Evans released the a song called "Coalmine" (an uptempo praising an attractive husband who works in a coalmine) right after a mine accident in West Virginia in 2006. the Sago Mine disaster. Although others had expressed concerns that it would be too soon, she discussed the song with relatives of mine collapse victims, who were fully in support of the single. However, single (it's an upbeat song about an attractive husband who works in a coalmine), it completely still bombed at radio.radio due to concerns.
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