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5th Feb '16 7:07:40 PM Siggu
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** There are some actual missing episodes of the series - at best, only their brazilian dub versions remain. It's not been revealed why they were lost, but it's rumored the 1985 Mexico City earthquake could be related, as it damaged some studios of the Televisa network, which broadcasted the series.
29th Jan '16 10:38:36 AM Kitchen90
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** ''Our House'' was written by then -- ''Film/CarryOn'' scriptwriter Norman Hudis, with a cast including ''Carry On'' mainstays Hattie Jacques, Charles Hawtrey, and Creator/JoanSims. It ran for two series, one of 13 episodes in 1960 and one of 26 episodes in 1962. Only three episodes survive, all from the 1960 series.
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** ''Our House'' was written by then -- ''Film/CarryOn'' scriptwriter Norman Hudis, with a cast including ''Carry On'' mainstays Hattie Jacques, Charles Hawtrey, Creator/HattieJacques, Creator/CharlesHawtrey, and Creator/JoanSims. It ran for two series, one of 13 episodes in 1960 and one of 26 episodes in 1962. Only three episodes survive, all from the 1960 series.

* Milligan's former co-writer on ''Radio/TheGoonShow'', Creator/EricSykes, wrote and appeared in a number of comedy programmes in the 1960s-70s, such as ''Sykes and a...'' (1960-65), ''Sykes and a Big Big Show'' (1971), and ''Sykes'' (1972-79), in all of which he co-starred with ''Film/CarryOn'' "grande dame" Hattie Jacques. Only 25 of the 59 episodes of ''Sykes and a...'' are known to exist, while only two of the six episodes of ''Sykes and a Big Big Show'' have survived (one in black and white only). ''Sykes'' survives in its entirety, though the Series 1 episode "Journey" only exists in black and white.
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* Milligan's former co-writer on ''Radio/TheGoonShow'', Creator/EricSykes, wrote and appeared in a number of comedy programmes in the 1960s-70s, such as ''Sykes and a...'' (1960-65), ''Sykes and a Big Big Show'' (1971), and ''Sykes'' (1972-79), in all of which he co-starred with ''Film/CarryOn'' "grande dame" Hattie Jacques.Creator/HattieJacques. Only 25 of the 59 episodes of ''Sykes and a...'' are known to exist, while only two of the six episodes of ''Sykes and a Big Big Show'' have survived (one in black and white only). ''Sykes'' survives in its entirety, though the Series 1 episode "Journey" only exists in black and white.
25th Jan '16 7:49:45 PM AdamSJ
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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.
14th Jan '16 9:44:26 PM mlsmithca
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Why is the "Zoom" entry placed in a completely random place on the page? And "its" and "it's" are NOT interchangeable. Learn the difference between them, please.
* When the 1999 version of ''Series/ZOOM'' reran it's first season in 2002-2003, it only aired 11 out of 41 episodes (specifically, the first four and the last seven). As a result, episodes 5-33 are virtually the only episodes not available online in their entirety, and have not been televised since the first half of 2002 (the season itself was retired from rotation following the 2002-2003 airing).

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* When the 1999 version of ''Series/ZOOM'' ''Series/{{ZOOM}}'' reran it's its first season in 2002-2003, it only aired 11 out of 41 episodes (specifically, the first four and the last seven). As a result, episodes 5-33 are virtually the only episodes not available online in their entirety, and have not been televised since the first half of 2002 (the season itself was retired from rotation following the 2002-2003 airing).
14th Jan '16 4:47:34 PM OffTheDeepEnd
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* When the 1999 version of ''Series/ZOOM'' reran it's first season in 2002-2003, it only aired 11 out of 41 episodes (specifically, the first four and the last seven). As a result, episodes 5-33 are virtually the only episodes not available online in their entirety, and have not been televised since the first half of 2002 (the season itself was retired from rotation following the 2002-2003 airing).
9th Jan '16 1:17:17 PM Morgenthaler
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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 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.
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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 ColbieCaillat 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.
31st Dec '15 6:34:54 PM mlsmithca
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** The 1964 anthology series ''Detective'' included an adaptation of the Franchise/SherlockHolmes story "The Speckled Band", which led to a series commission for twelve further episodes in 1965 starring Douglas Wilmer as Holmes and Nigel Stock as Watson. In 1968, a further sixteen episodes were produced with Creator/PeterCushing as Holmes (Wilmer having declined to return). Eleven of the Wilmer episodes survive complete, including "The Speckled Band", and the other two ("The Abbey Grange" and "The Bruce-Partington Plans") are only partially lost; Cushing is less fortunate, with only six episodes surviving.
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** The 1964 anthology series ''Detective'' included an adaptation of the Franchise/SherlockHolmes story "The Speckled Band", which led to a series commission for twelve further episodes in 1965 starring Douglas Wilmer as Holmes and Nigel Stock as Watson. In 1968, a further sixteen episodes were produced with Creator/PeterCushing as Holmes (Wilmer having declined to return). Eleven of the Wilmer episodes survive complete, including "The Speckled Band", and the other two ("The Abbey Grange" and "The Bruce-Partington Plans") are only partially lost; Cushing is less fortunate, with only six episodes surviving.
31st Dec '15 6:34:03 PM mlsmithca
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* Creator/TheBBC's 1964 anthology series ''Detective'' included an adaptation of the Franchise/SherlockHolmes story "The Speckled Band", which led to a series commission for twelve ''Sherlock Holmes'' episodes in 1965 starring Douglas Wilmer as Holmes and Nigel Stock as Watson. In 1968, a further sixteen episodes were produced with Creator/PeterCushing as Holmes (Wilmer having declined to return). Eleven of the Wilmer episodes survive complete, including "The Speckled Band", and the other two ("The Abbey Grange" and "The Bruce-Partington Plans") are only partially lost; Cushing is less fortunate, with only six episodes surviving.
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* Creator/TheBBC's early adaptations of the ''Franchise/SherlockHolmes'' stories are largely lost to the ages.[[note]] By contrast, all 39 episodes of the syndicated American version from 1954 starring Ronald Howard as Holmes and Howard Marion-Crawford as Dr. Watson have survived.[[/note]] ** The very first ''Sherlock Holmes'' television series aired for six episodes in 1951 and starred Alan Wheatley as Holmes and Raymond Francis as Dr. Watson. As the episodes aired live, no trace of them survives. ** The 1964 anthology series ''Detective'' included an adaptation of the Franchise/SherlockHolmes story "The Speckled Band", which led to a series commission for twelve ''Sherlock Holmes'' further episodes in 1965 starring Douglas Wilmer as Holmes and Nigel Stock as Watson. In 1968, a further sixteen episodes were produced with Creator/PeterCushing as Holmes (Wilmer having declined to return). Eleven of the Wilmer episodes survive complete, including "The Speckled Band", and the other two ("The Abbey Grange" and "The Bruce-Partington Plans") are only partially lost; Cushing is less fortunate, with only six episodes surviving.
31st Dec '15 3:32:37 PM mlsmithca
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* Creator/TheBBC's 1964 anthology series ''Detective'' included an adaptation of the Franchise/SherlockHolmes story "The Speckled Band", which led to a series commission for twelve ''Sherlock Holmes'' episodes in 1965 starring Douglas Wilmer as Holmes and Nigel Stock as Watson. In 1968, a further sixteen episodes were produced with Creator/PeterCushing as Holmes (Wilmer having declined to return). Eleven of the Wilmer episodes survive complete, including "The Speckled Band", and the other two ("The Abbey Grange" and "The Bruce-Partington Plans") are only partially lost; Cushing is less fortunate, with only six episodes surviving.

* ''Series/TheXFiles'' episode "Home" was so disturbing (containing references to inbreeding and a lot of BodyHorror) that executives vowed never to air it again, not even in syndication. An Internet campaign led to it earning the top spot in a viewer-selected marathon on FX some years later, and the episode has since been added to the regular rotation.
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* ''Series/TheXFiles'' ''Series/TheXFiles'': ** The episode "Home" was so disturbing (containing references to inbreeding and a lot of BodyHorror) that executives vowed never to air it again, not even in syndication. An Internet campaign led to it earning the top spot in a viewer-selected marathon on FX some years later, and the episode has since been added to the regular rotation.

* George Lucas has said that he would do his best to make sure ''Film/TheStarWarsHolidaySpecial'' is never seen again, anywhere, and that he would happily destroy every last copy if he could. But while the special was never likely to have an "official" Lucasfilm re-release, it is very widely [[KeepCirculatingTheTapes available from unofficial sources]]. In addition, the matter's likely out of his hands now that he sold his company to Disney. ** In Thanksgiving 2013, Podcast/RiffTrax somehow gained the rights to sell it as a VOD. * An episode of ''Series/{{Degrassi}}: The Next Generation'', in which female student Manny goes to have an abortion at the end of an episode after discussing it with her boyfriend and parents, was not shown on the 'N' Channel during its original broadcast run (on CTV in Canada). It was only due to fan pressure that the episode was added to the channel's rotation, and it's only shown late at night in the US.
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* George Lucas has said that he would do his best to make sure ''Film/TheStarWarsHolidaySpecial'' is never seen again, anywhere, and that he would happily destroy every last copy if he could. But while the special was never likely to have an "official" Lucasfilm re-release, it is very widely [[KeepCirculatingTheTapes available from unofficial sources]]. In addition, the matter's likely out of his hands now that he sold his company to Disney. ** Disney. In Thanksgiving 2013, Podcast/RiffTrax somehow gained the rights to sell it as a VOD. * An episode of ''Series/{{Degrassi}}: The Next Generation'', Generation'': ** An episode in which female student Manny goes to have an abortion at the end of an episode after discussing it with her boyfriend and parents, was not shown on the 'N' Channel during its original broadcast run (on CTV in Canada). It was only due to fan pressure that the episode was added to the channel's rotation, and it's only shown late at night in the US.

* Virtually ''all'' episodes of ''Series/TheTonightShow Starring Johnny Carson'' prior to the show's move to NBC's Burbank studios, including his first episode as host, were lost due to tape reuse. ** ''Series/TheTonightShow'' was originally hosted by Steve Allen from 1954-57 and was titled ''Tonight Starring Steve Allen''; the episodes which he presented have long since been wiped, as have most of the other series Allen presented during the early years of television.
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* Virtually ''all'' episodes of ''Series/TheTonightShow Starring Johnny Carson'' prior to the show's move to NBC's Burbank studios, including his first episode as host, were lost due to tape reuse. ** ''Series/TheTonightShow'' was originally hosted by Steve Allen from 1954-57 and was titled reuse. Carson's predecessors have it worse; the very first series, aired as ''Tonight Starring Steve Allen''; the episodes which he presented Allen'' from 1954 to 1957, have long since been wiped, as have most of the other series Steve Allen presented during the early years of television.

* The ''[[Series/TheTwilightZone Twilight Zone]]'' episodes "Miniatures", "Sounds and Silences", and "A Small Drink From a Certain Fountain" were caught up in litigation over possible plagiarism when the series was first put into syndication. The lawsuits were eventually settled, but the episodes vanished for decades.
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* ''Series/TheTwilightZone'': ** The ''[[Series/TheTwilightZone Twilight Zone]]'' episodes "Miniatures", "Sounds and Silences", and "A Small Drink From a Certain Fountain" were caught up in litigation over possible plagiarism when the series was first put into syndication. The lawsuits were eventually settled, but the episodes vanished for decades.

* The ''Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer'' episode "Earshot", about Buffy trying to find out who's behind a plan to kill every Sunnydale High student and climaxing with Jonathan taking a rifle to the school clocktower, was quite understandably pulled when the Columbine Massacre happened four days before it was to air. Somewhat less justifiable is the season's finale delay for the same reason, this time featuring high schoolers [[spoiler:rigging their school with explosives to blow up an evil snake demon]]. That one ended up leaking on Canadian TV in some places anyway, resulting in tape trains from Canadian fans to other countries.
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* The ''Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer'' episode ''Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer'': ** "Earshot", an episode about Buffy trying to find out who's behind a plan to kill every Sunnydale High student and climaxing with Jonathan taking a rifle to the school clocktower, was quite understandably pulled when the Columbine Massacre happened four days before it was to air. Somewhat less justifiable is the season's finale delay for the same reason, this time featuring high schoolers [[spoiler:rigging their school with explosives to blow up an evil snake demon]]. That one ended up leaking on Canadian TV in some places anyway, resulting in tape trains from Canadian fans to other countries.

* ''Series/AreYouBeingServed'' ran for ten years and produced [[BritishBrevity 69 episodes]]. It's been shown regularly on public television in the US, but two episodes are missing. One, "Top Hat and Tails" was simply misplaced; the other involved an elaborate blackface number. ** The pilot was (like other shows) originally recorded in colour but wiped, with only black-and-white copies surviving. However, in 2009, this became one of the first shows to have its colour restored with the new [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Colour_recovery#From_chroma_crawl colour recovery technique.]]
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* ''Series/AreYouBeingServed'' ran for ten years and produced [[BritishBrevity 69 episodes]]. It's been shown regularly on public television in the US, but two episodes are missing. One, the 1976 episode "Top Hat and Tails" Tails", was simply misplaced; the other other, the 1981 Christmas special "Roots?", involved an elaborate blackface number. ** number. The pilot was (like other shows) originally recorded in colour but wiped, with only black-and-white copies surviving. However, in 2009, this became one of the first shows to have its colour restored with the new [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Colour_recovery#From_chroma_crawl colour recovery technique.]]

** Out of the 52 episodes produced for ''Space Alien Pipi'', episodes 37 and 38 survive.
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** Out of the 52 episodes produced for the 1965 mixed animation/live-action series ''Space Alien Pipi'', only episodes 37 and 38 survive.

* Twelve live-action segments for ''Series/TheSuperMarioBrosSuperShow'' went missing from DVD releases, apparently for legal reasons. Several of the missing segments ("9001: A Mario Odyssey", "Baby Mario Love", and "Texas Tea") were later put online. ** When the show entered its second run in 1990, the live-action segments were cut and replaced by a more modernized, less sitcom-ish series with a group of teenagers titled "Club Mario". It was very poorly received, and DIC would later order almost all of them destroyed (except for "The Unzappables", which was later picked up by Netflix, Hulu, and the iTunes store). The segments survive through [[KeepCirculatingTheTapes home recordings]]; you can see one [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gEwIyV-4uRI here.]]
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* Twelve live-action segments for ''Series/TheSuperMarioBrosSuperShow'' went missing from DVD releases, apparently for legal reasons. Several of the missing segments ("9001: A Mario Odyssey", "Baby Mario Love", and "Texas Tea") were later put online. ** online. When the show entered its second run in 1990, the live-action segments were cut and replaced by a more modernized, less sitcom-ish series with a group of teenagers titled "Club Mario". It was very poorly received, and DIC would later order almost all of them destroyed (except for "The Unzappables", which was later picked up by Netflix, Hulu, and the iTunes store). The segments survive through [[KeepCirculatingTheTapes home recordings]]; you can see one [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gEwIyV-4uRI here.]]

* ''TheGeorgeLopezShow'' episode "George Goes to Disneyland" is the only episode left out of most syndication packages due it being part of a "Win a Trip to Disneyland" contest that was around at the time of the show's premiere. The few local stations (including Chicago's WCIU) that did air the episode removed the opening scene and explained the contest.
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* ''TheGeorgeLopezShow'' ''Series/TheGeorgeLopezShow'' episode "George Goes to Disneyland" is the only episode left out of most syndication packages due it being part of a "Win a Trip to Disneyland" contest that was around at the time of the show's premiere. The few local stations (including Chicago's WCIU) that did air the episode removed the opening scene and explained the contest.

* Many of the early episodes of ''Series/{{Maury}}'' from 1991 up until its revamp in 1998 are extremely difficult to come across, especially online, and virtually none of them are reran or shown on "past moments" episodes. This is because that bulk of the series is owned by CBS Television Distribution, successor-in-interest to original distributor Paramount Television, and [=NBCUniversal=] Television was unable to gain clearance to show any clips from that era on their run of the series. What makes it more difficult is that clips that are usually posted on [=YouTube=] end up getting taken down after a few months, [[ScrewedByTheLawyers as CBS is very strict when it comes to copyright law]]. [[KeepCirculatingTheTapes Better hope you have those tapes featuring those episodes.]] ** The situation became so sour that when the series aired its 2,500th episode special, not a single clip of an episode from the Paramount run was shown, again due to [=NBCUniversal=] being unable to negotiate with CBS...though issues with guests from that era refusing to allow the producers to show their likenesses again on the program may have also played a role. * Ever since ''Series/TheJerrySpringerShow'' moved to its current studio in Stamford, Connecticut in 2009, episodes filmed at the NBC Tower in Chicago have become increasingly hard to come across in recent years. Only a few episodes have popped up on Hulu (which is bad luck for [[NoExportForYou anyone outside the U.S. or Japan]]), and clips from any episodes from that era are rarely rerun. Luckily, a few VHS and DVD releases titled "Too Hot for TV" ''have'' showcased the NBC Tower era. What's more, they are presented uncensored and uncut, making the releases highly valuable. Otherwise, [[KeepCirculatingTheTapes you have to look through your old tapes]]. ** The episodes from the show's first season at WLWT in Cincinnati are even rarer, as no home video release showcasing the run has ever been released.
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* Many of the early episodes of ''Series/{{Maury}}'' from 1991 up until its revamp in 1998 are extremely difficult to come across, especially online, and virtually none of them are reran or shown on "past moments" episodes. This is because that bulk of the series is owned by CBS Television Distribution, successor-in-interest to original distributor Paramount Television, and [=NBCUniversal=] Television was unable to gain clearance to show any clips from that era on their run of the series. What makes it more difficult is that clips that are usually posted on [=YouTube=] end up getting taken down after a few months, [[ScrewedByTheLawyers as CBS is very strict when it comes to copyright law]]. [[KeepCirculatingTheTapes Better hope you have those tapes featuring those episodes.]] ** ]] The situation became so sour that when the series aired its 2,500th episode special, not a single clip of an episode from the Paramount run was shown, again due to [=NBCUniversal=] being unable to negotiate with CBS...though issues with guests from that era refusing to allow the producers to show their likenesses again on the program may have also played a role. * Ever since ''Series/TheJerrySpringerShow'' moved to its current studio in Stamford, Connecticut in 2009, episodes filmed at the NBC Tower in Chicago have become increasingly hard to come across in recent years. Only a few episodes have popped up on Hulu (which is bad luck for [[NoExportForYou anyone outside the U.S. or Japan]]), and clips from any episodes from that era are rarely rerun. Luckily, a few VHS and DVD releases titled "Too Hot for TV" ''have'' showcased the NBC Tower era. What's more, they are presented uncensored and uncut, making the releases highly valuable. Otherwise, [[KeepCirculatingTheTapes you have to look through your old tapes]]. ** tapes]]. The episodes from the show's first season at WLWT in Cincinnati are even rarer, as no home video release showcasing the run has ever been released.
30th Dec '15 9:11:46 AM Kitchen90
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** ''Our House'' was written by then -- ''Film/CarryOn'' scriptwriter Norman Hudis, with a cast including ''Carry On'' mainstays Hattie Jacques, Charles Hawtrey, and Joan Sims. It ran for two series, one of 13 episodes in 1960 and one of 26 episodes in 1962. Only three episodes survive, all from the 1960 series. ** The 1963-66 sitcom ''Meet the Wife'', perhaps best known for being namedropped in Music/TheBeatles' song "[[Music/SgtPeppersLonelyHeartsClubBand Good Morning Good Morning]]", ran for 38 episodes across five series. Only sixteen, plus the pilot, are known to survive.
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** ''Our House'' was written by then -- ''Film/CarryOn'' scriptwriter Norman Hudis, with a cast including ''Carry On'' mainstays Hattie Jacques, Charles Hawtrey, and Joan Sims.Creator/JoanSims. It ran for two series, one of 13 episodes in 1960 and one of 26 episodes in 1962. Only three episodes survive, all from the 1960 series. ** The 1963-66 sitcom ''Meet the Wife'', perhaps best known for being namedropped name-dropped in Music/TheBeatles' song "[[Music/SgtPeppersLonelyHeartsClubBand Good Morning Morning, Good Morning]]", ran for 38 episodes across five series. Only sixteen, plus the pilot, are known to survive.
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