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8th Dec '17 9:25:37 AM nombretomado
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** The ''Series/ShakeItUp'' episode "Party It Up" was banned a year after its premiere when DemiLovato [[http://www.usmagazine.com/celebrity-news/news/demi-lovato-slams-disney-on-twitter-for-eating-disorder-joke-20112412 objected on her Twitter page]] to scenes and dialogue that encouraged or made light of eating disorders (anorexia, specifically). The ''Series/SoRandom'' episode featuring Music/ColbieCaillat was also banned for its tasteless jokes on eating disorders. "Party It Up" returned to rotation with all scenes and references removed. However, there's still no word on whether or not Colbie Caillat's ''So Random!'' episode will be rebroadcast, especially since the series got cancelled after a season (Not to mention that the show never aired on the Disney Replay block). Both banned episodes are available online uncut and uncensored.

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** The ''Series/ShakeItUp'' episode "Party It Up" was banned a year after its premiere when DemiLovato Music/DemiLovato [[http://www.usmagazine.com/celebrity-news/news/demi-lovato-slams-disney-on-twitter-for-eating-disorder-joke-20112412 objected on her Twitter page]] to scenes and dialogue that encouraged or made light of eating disorders (anorexia, specifically). The ''Series/SoRandom'' episode featuring Music/ColbieCaillat was also banned for its tasteless jokes on eating disorders. "Party It Up" returned to rotation with all scenes and references removed. However, there's still no word on whether or not Colbie Caillat's ''So Random!'' episode will be rebroadcast, especially since the series got cancelled after a season (Not to mention that the show never aired on the Disney Replay block). Both banned episodes are available online uncut and uncensored.
3rd Dec '17 11:14:52 AM nombretomado
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** A handful of skits/bits have never been re-aired thanks to the negative response from the public or sponsors. Some examples include: Martin Lawrence's infamous monologue (in reruns, the first half of the monologue is seen before it fades into a series of title cards saying that the rest of the monologue is so raunchy that it can never be aired again, it nearly got everyone fired on ''SNL'', and Martin Lawrence is not allowed back on the show), Sinead O'Connor's infamous musical performance, a skit titled "The Attack Of The Masturbating Zombies" (which ConanOBrien wrote), which many advertisers found so offensive that that yanked their promos from the show, the TV Funhouse cartoon, "Conspiracy Theory Rock" that originally aired on the Julianne Moore episode from season 23 (1997-1998 season)[[note]]"Conspiracy Theory Rock" can be found on many video websites and on the ''SNL'' Best Of... special centered on Rob Smigel's TV Funhouse cartoons in the "Extras" section[[/note]].

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** A handful of skits/bits have never been re-aired thanks to the negative response from the public or sponsors. Some examples include: Martin Lawrence's infamous monologue (in reruns, the first half of the monologue is seen before it fades into a series of title cards saying that the rest of the monologue is so raunchy that it can never be aired again, it nearly got everyone fired on ''SNL'', and Martin Lawrence is not allowed back on the show), Sinead O'Connor's infamous musical performance, a skit titled "The Attack Of The Masturbating Zombies" (which ConanOBrien Creator/ConanOBrien wrote), which many advertisers found so offensive that that yanked their promos from the show, the TV Funhouse cartoon, "Conspiracy Theory Rock" that originally aired on the Julianne Moore episode from season 23 (1997-1998 season)[[note]]"Conspiracy Theory Rock" can be found on many video websites and on the ''SNL'' Best Of... special centered on Rob Smigel's TV Funhouse cartoons in the "Extras" section[[/note]].
3rd Dec '17 9:12:35 AM Vrahno
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* According to screenwriter Scott Alexander Young, AXN's 2012 cult film tribute show ''Max's Midnight Movies'' was lost in the Sony Pictures hack of 2014. Two episodes survive on the writer's Vimeo account, and low quality TV-rips of most episodes can be found on Website/YouTube. Episodes of the show's Polish edition are also floating around on movie streaming sites.
30th Nov '17 2:50:07 PM CrypticMirror
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* At least two episodes of ''Series/{{Quincy}}'' were never repeated on NBC (although they were, and are, still shown in syndication), as both episodes were about child sexual abuse and child exploitation:

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* At least two episodes of ''Series/{{Quincy}}'' ''Series/QuincyME'' were never repeated on NBC (although they were, and are, still shown in syndication), as both episodes were about child sexual abuse and child exploitation:
27th Nov '17 7:10:07 PM nombretomado
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** The ''Series/GoodLuckCharlie'' episode "Down a Tree" caused some for featuring a same-sex couple when Disney first announced it would start production on it. While the episode made it on air and is still rotation in the United States, it was skipped in some territories by their local Disney Channel. Regarding some of the countries that originally skipped it, Netflix Latinoamerica put it up for streaming with the rest of season four in Latin American Spanish and Brazilian Portuguese, Kanal Disney put up the Russian version on YouTube, and a national channel in the Czech Republic aired it in... well, Czech. Additionally, the LatAm Spanish dub was transmitted with the original US airing on SAP.

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** The ''Series/GoodLuckCharlie'' episode "Down a Tree" caused some for featuring a same-sex couple when Disney first announced it would start production on it. While the episode made it on air and is still rotation in the United States, it was skipped in some territories by their local Disney Channel. Regarding some of the countries that originally skipped it, Netflix Latinoamerica put it up for streaming with the rest of season four in Latin American Spanish and Brazilian Portuguese, Kanal Disney put up the Russian version on YouTube, and a national channel in the Czech Republic aired it in... well, Czech. Additionally, the LatAm [=LatAm=] Spanish dub was transmitted with the original US airing on SAP.
18th Nov '17 4:14:35 PM frankcuzzo
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* The very first Super Bowl (originally called the AFL-NFL World Championship Game) was thought lost for almost 50 years. Only film (not broadcast video) survived was shot by NFL Films and the game was shown on both NBC and CBS. NFL Films found additional footage and has restored the gameplay with audio for NBC Radio, but the audio from CBS and NBC Television are still missing.

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* The very first Super Bowl (originally called the AFL-NFL World Championship Game) was thought lost for almost 50 years. Only film (not broadcast video) survived was shot by NFL Films and Films, while the game was shown on both NBC and CBS.CBS. Both NBC and CBS recorded over the broadcast soon after the game. NFL Films found additional footage and has restored the gameplay with audio for NBC Radio, but the audio from CBS and NBC Television are still missing.
18th Nov '17 4:12:43 PM frankcuzzo
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* The very first Super Bowl (originally called the AFL-NFL World Championship Game) was thought lost for almost 50 years. Only film (not broadcast video) survived was shot by NFL Films and the game was shown on both NBC and CBS. NFL Films found additional footage and has restored the gameplay with audio for NBC Radio, but the audio from CBS and NBC Television are still missing.
11th Nov '17 9:25:52 PM arnoldmcguire335
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* A lot of early Japanese television shows from Creator/{{NHK}} are lost.

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* A lot of early Japanese television shows from Creator/{{NHK}} NHK (mostly children's shows) are lost.lost. These include:



* Creator/TonyHancock may be one of the most beloved British comedians to this day, but not much remains of his television career.

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* Creator/TonyHancock Tony Hancock may be one of the most beloved British comedians to this day, but not much remains of his television career.



* Due to its 6:00 PM Wednesday slot, Creator/Channel4 did not screen the ''Series/MySoCalledLife'' "Weekend" (in which Rayanne handcuffs herself to the Chases' bed). The series was only repeated once (in an even ''earlier'' slot, again omitting "Weekend") and has never been shown on British television since.

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* Due to its 6:00 PM Wednesday slot, Creator/Channel4 did not screen the ''Series/MySoCalledLife'' episode "Weekend" (in which Rayanne handcuffs herself to the Chases' bed). The series was only repeated once (in an even ''earlier'' slot, again omitting "Weekend") and has never been shown on British television since.



* The Creator/DisneyChannel[='s=] reruns of ''Series/BoyMeetsWorld'' omitted or edited many later episodes dealing with less-family friendly issues such as alcohol abuse and sexuality. MTV 2 now airs the later episodes uncut and uncensored.
* The ''Series/ShakeItUp'' episode "Party It Up" was banned a year after its premiere when DemiLovato [[http://www.usmagazine.com/celebrity-news/news/demi-lovato-slams-disney-on-twitter-for-eating-disorder-joke-20112412 objected on her Twitter page]] to scenes and dialogue that encouraged or made light of eating disorders (anorexia, specifically). The ''Series/SoRandom'' episode featuring Music/ColbieCaillat was also banned for its tasteless jokes on eating disorders. "Party It Up" returned to rotation with all scenes and references removed. However, there's still no word on whether or not Colbie Caillat's ''So Random!'' episode will be rebroadcast, especially since the series got cancelled after a season (Not to mention that the show doesn't show up in the Disney Replay block). Both banned episodes are available online uncut and uncensored.
* The ''Series/GoodLuckCharlie'' episode "Down a Tree" caused some for featuring a same-sex couple when Disney first announced it would start production on it. While the episode made it on air and is still rotation in the United States, it was skipped in some territories by their local Disney Channel. Regarding some of the countries that originally skipped it, Netflix Latinoamerica put it up for streaming with the rest of season four in Latin American Spanish and Brazilian Portuguese, Kanal Disney put up the Russian version on YouTube, and a national channel in the Czech Republic aired it in... well, Czech. Additionally, the LatAm Spanish dub was transmitted with the original US airing on SAP.

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* The Creator/DisneyChannel[='s=] reruns of ''Series/BoyMeetsWorld'' omitted or edited many later episodes dealing with less-family friendly issues such as alcohol abuse and sexuality. MTV 2 now airs the later episodes uncut and uncensored.
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The ''Series/ShakeItUp'' episode "Party It Up" was banned a year after its premiere when DemiLovato [[http://www.usmagazine.com/celebrity-news/news/demi-lovato-slams-disney-on-twitter-for-eating-disorder-joke-20112412 objected on her Twitter page]] to scenes and dialogue that encouraged or made light of eating disorders (anorexia, specifically). The ''Series/SoRandom'' episode featuring Music/ColbieCaillat was also banned for its tasteless jokes on eating disorders. "Party It Up" returned to rotation with all scenes and references removed. However, there's still no word on whether or not Colbie Caillat's ''So Random!'' episode will be rebroadcast, especially since the series got cancelled after a season (Not to mention that the show doesn't show up in never aired on the Disney Replay block). Both banned episodes are available online uncut and uncensored.
* ** The ''Series/GoodLuckCharlie'' episode "Down a Tree" caused some for featuring a same-sex couple when Disney first announced it would start production on it. While the episode made it on air and is still rotation in the United States, it was skipped in some territories by their local Disney Channel. Regarding some of the countries that originally skipped it, Netflix Latinoamerica put it up for streaming with the rest of season four in Latin American Spanish and Brazilian Portuguese, Kanal Disney put up the Russian version on YouTube, and a national channel in the Czech Republic aired it in... well, Czech. Additionally, the LatAm Spanish dub was transmitted with the original US airing on SAP.SAP.
** After ''Series/{{Jessie}}''[='s=] HalloweenEpisode "The Whining" aired, a nanny in New York killed two of her kids like the Ross children thought Jessie wanted to do. Disney pulled all reruns of the episode from its channel and from iTunes, though it is still available online elsewhere. It did air again later on years later, but of course, only on Halloween.
** When Disney Channel aired ''{{Series/Dinosaurs}}'', the episodes "Baby Talk" (where Earl and Fran start a campaign against indecency on television after Baby begins repeating the word "smoo", which in the dinosaur world is an InformedObscenity for gunk that collects under a dinosaur's feet) and "Dirty Dancing" (where Fran teaches sex ed at Robbie's high school after Robbie begins spontaneously doing the mating dance[[note]]which, in the dinosaur world, means he's getting erections[[/note]]) were not shown. The latter episode to be banned is odd, as Disney aired the episode where Charlene's tail grows in and [[MyGirlIsNotASlut Earl worries that Charlene will become a "tomato"]]. Meanwhile, the trope is inverted with the leftover episodes that ABC didn't air, but did air in syndication and on Disney Channel.



* After ''Series/{{Jessie}}''[='s=] HalloweenEpisode "The Whining" aired, a nanny in New York killed two of her kids like the Ross children thought Jessie wanted to do. Disney pulled all reruns of the episode from its channel and from iTunes, though it is still available online elsewhere.



* The 2012 season finale of The Biography Channel series ''Series/ISurvived'' was to feature the stories of those who escaped the mass shootings in Utoya, Norway. The episode was set to air December 16, 2012, but then an eerily similar mass shooting at Sandy Hook took place on the 14th. The episode was immediately yanked from the schedule and replaced with a repeat, not airing until nearly a year later in October 2013. Episodes that focused on other infamous mass shootings (Virginia Tech, Columbine, etc.) have not been rerun in a long time, either.

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* The 2012 season finale of The Biography Channel series ''Series/ISurvived'' ''I Survived'' was to feature the stories of those who escaped the mass shootings in Utoya, Norway. The episode was set to air December 16, 2012, but then an eerily similar mass shooting at Sandy Hook took place on the 14th. The episode was immediately yanked from the schedule and replaced with a repeat, not airing until nearly a year later in October 2013. Episodes that focused on other infamous mass shootings (Virginia Tech, Columbine, etc.) have not been rerun in a long time, either.



* When the Disney Channel aired ''{{Series/Dinosaurs}}'', the episodes "Baby Talk" (where Earl and Fran start a campaign against indecency on television after Baby begins repeating the word "smoo", which in the dinosaur world is an InformedObscenity for gunk that collects under a dinosaur's feet) and "Dirty Dancing" (where Fran teaches sex ed at Robbie's high school after Robbie begins spontaneously doing the mating dance[[note]]which, in the dinosaur world, means he's getting erections[[/note]]) were not shown. The latter episode to be banned is odd, as Disney aired the episode where Charlene's tail grows in and [[MyGirlIsNotASlut Earl worries that Charlene will become a "tomato"]]. Meanwhile, the trope is inverted with the leftover episodes that ABC didn't air, but did air in syndication and on the Disney Channel.



** On that note, still with Season 2, "Learning the Hard Way" is skipped from ITV4's rotation run.

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** On that note, still with Season 2, "Learning the Hard Way" is skipped from ITV4's ITV 4's rotation run.



* In general, tokusatsu from before the days of home video formats are harder to track down, but many, such as OsamuTezuka's Thunder Mask from the 1970s, and several tokusatsu from the 1950s-early 1970s such as Sonny Chiba adventure ''Allah no Shisha'' and many of Nippon Gendai's television shows are lost due to varying factors such as rights issues in the case of many 1970s shows or lack of video preservation.

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* In general, tokusatsu from before the days of home video formats are harder to track down, but many, such as OsamuTezuka's Thunder Mask from the 1970s, and several tokusatsu shows from the 1950s-early 1970s such as Sonny Chiba Chiba's adventure series ''Allah no Shisha'' and many of Nippon Gendai's television shows are lost due to varying factors such as rights issues in the case of many 1970s shows or lack of video preservation.
25th Oct '17 8:07:04 PM coffeeflvrdkiss
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* The television adaptation of ''Film/DrKildare'' starring Richard Chamberlain had one, which was unique in that it was one of the first [[{{crossover}} crossover episodes]] in TV history. The pilot for the MGM psychiatry drama series ''The Eleventh Hour'' (1962-64) was produced and intended to air as a 1962 episode of ''Dr. Kildare'', but after initial test screenings, the episode was {{recut}}, removing all scenes and references of Kildare and Gillespie. The newly edited version was then aired as the premiere episode of ''The Eleventh Hour'': "Ann Costigan: a Duel on a Field of White." The uncut, original episode of ''Dr. Kildare'' was never aired or publicly seen until 2013, when it was released on DVD as a bonus feature on Warner Archive's ''Dr. Kildare: The Complete First Season''.

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* The television adaptation of ''Film/DrKildare'' starring Richard Chamberlain had one, which was has a couple.
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unique in that it was one of example is the first [[{{crossover}} crossover episodes]] in TV history. The pilot BackDoorPilot for the MGM psychiatry drama series ''The Eleventh Hour'' (1962-64) (1962-64). It was produced and intended to air as a 1962 episode of ''Dr. Kildare'', but after initial test screenings, the episode was {{recut}}, removing all scenes and references of Kildare and Gillespie. The newly edited version was then aired as the premiere episode of ''The Eleventh Hour'': "Ann Costigan: a Duel on a Field of White." The uncut, original episode of ''Dr. Kildare'' was never aired or publicly seen until 2013, when it was released on DVD as a bonus feature on Warner Archive's ''Dr. Kildare: The Complete First Season''.Season''.
** Lesser known is the third season episode "Night of the Beast," which, though an airdate was documented, never made it to the air in 1964 due to its mature and violent content. Multiple newspaper articles from the time period reported that Creator/{{NBC}} actually scheduled, then subsequently pulled the episode TWICE that season, before opting not to air it at all. The plot was clearly controversial, [[RapeIsASpecialKindOfEvil as it involves Dr. Kildare’s date getting attacked on the beach by a gang and raped, while the doctor is held down and forced to watch the whole ordeal.]] Though censored heavily for 1960s TV (the act was done off-screen, and [[NeverSayDie the word “rape” was never spoken]]), the whole concept is still pretty disturbing, even by today’s standards. “Night of the Beast” has been seen since though, and it is available on DVD and streaming via Warner Archive.
14th Oct '17 3:15:54 PM nombretomado
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** Many of the "lost" episodes were produced by the Creator/DuMont Network, which was on the air from 1946-56. Almost all of the DuMont programming is long lost — in fact, most of the then-surviving reels were dumped into Upper New York Bay by three trucks in the mid-1970s. Only a handful of shows remain today — a sizable run of ''Life Is Worth Living'' (an early show featuring talks by Archbishop Fulton J. Sheen, the films coming from his private collection), spotty selections of ''Captain Video'' (the first sci-fi television series), ''Rocky King, Inside Detective'', and a few others.

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** Many of the "lost" episodes were produced by the Creator/DuMont Network, which was on the air from 1946-56. Almost all of the DuMont [=DuMont=] programming is long lost — in fact, most of the then-surviving reels were dumped into Upper New York Bay by three trucks in the mid-1970s. Only a handful of shows remain today — a sizable run of ''Life Is Worth Living'' (an early show featuring talks by Archbishop Fulton J. Sheen, the films coming from his private collection), spotty selections of ''Captain Video'' (the first sci-fi television series), ''Rocky King, Inside Detective'', and a few others.
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