History MissingEpisode / LiveActionTv

13th Jan '18 11:12:51 AM nombretomado
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** [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i51DU_rj4BE The infamous clip]] of a [[{{Stripperific}} scantily-clad]] KatyPerry singing a {{bowdlerised}} version of "Hot n Cold" with Elmo was banned due to complaints about Perry's wedding dress being too risque. Perry would parody it on ''Series/SaturdayNightLive'' by appearing on a talk show as a teenage library volunteer [[TakeThat wearing a low-cut Elmo shirt]].

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** [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i51DU_rj4BE The infamous clip]] of a [[{{Stripperific}} scantily-clad]] KatyPerry Music/KatyPerry singing a {{bowdlerised}} version of "Hot n Cold" with Elmo was banned due to complaints about Perry's wedding dress being too risque. Perry would parody it on ''Series/SaturdayNightLive'' by appearing on a talk show as a teenage library volunteer [[TakeThat wearing a low-cut Elmo shirt]].
12th Jan '18 3:42:29 AM jormis29
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* The local versions of ''Romper Room'' have mostly disappeared due to station managers erasing the master tapes and reusing them for other programming.

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* The local versions of ''Romper Room'' ''Series/RomperRoom'' have mostly disappeared due to station managers erasing the master tapes and reusing them for other programming.
29th Dec '17 7:58:35 PM mlsmithca
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** All of the videotape footage from the 1970 colour series of ''Series/NotOnlyButAlso'' was wiped despite Cook and Moore offering the BBC replacement tapes on their own dime. The exterior film footage has survived, as have eight of the 16 black and white shows from 1965-66 (including the pilot but not the 1966 Christmas special), shows which were transferred to film. Audio recordings exist of at least half a dozen of the wiped episodes of ''Not Only... But Also'', as do the scripts of Series 2 and 3.

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** All of the videotape footage from the 1970 colour series of ''Series/NotOnlyButAlso'' was wiped despite Cook and Moore offering the BBC replacement tapes on their own dime. The exterior film footage has survived, as have eight of the 16 black and white shows from 1965-66 (including the pilot but not the 1966 Christmas special), shows which were transferred to film. Audio There are (incomplete) audio recordings exist of at least half a dozen of the wiped episodes of ''Not Only... But Also'', as do every missing episode, and the scripts of Series 2 and 3.3 still exist.
16th Dec '17 12:11:27 PM Kadorhal
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* A 1971 episode of ''TheDickCavettShow'' was never aired (and probably never will be) because a guest, ''Prevention Magazine'' publisher J.I. Rodale, [[FatalMethodActing died of a heart attack during taping]]. The story about Rodale's death has been recounted several times by Cavett himself.

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* A 1971 episode of ''TheDickCavettShow'' ''The Dick Cavett Show'' was never aired (and probably never will be) because a guest, ''Prevention Magazine'' publisher J.I. Jerome Rodale, [[FatalMethodActing died of a heart attack during taping]]. The story about Rodale's death has been recounted several times by Cavett himself.
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.
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