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May lead to {{Nepotism}} (where someone is given a role solely because they are related to one of the execs), DungeonMastersGirlfriend (where an exec's love interest is given preferential treatment), ViewersAreMorons (where everything has to be explained every time it is mentioned), CreativeDifferences (where the creator and the execs fall out over the work), ExecutiveVeto (where the creator is forbidden to use a particular plot device), RevisedEnding (where the creator is forced to change the work's ending), GetBackInTheCloset (where homosexual content is rated more strictly than heterosexual content), NoOriginStoriesAllowed (where a backstory is forbidden from being revealed), ChristmasRushed (where the creator is forced to complete the work by a specific deadline), PublisherChosenTitle (where the work's title is chosen by the execs) and MyWayOrTheHighway (where the creator is given a choice between making the required changes or taking the work elsewhere). See also MusicIsPolitics, ObviousBeta, MediaWatchdog, MoralGuardians, and AlanSmithee. Compare WhatCouldHaveBeen, WagTheDirector, DevelopmentHell, and {{Vaporware}}. Sometimes, an ObviousRulePatch will be the result of this. Contrast with GettingCrapPastTheRadar and ProtectionFromEditors. ScrewedByTheNetwork, FridayNightDeathSlot, and DumpMonths are similar to the sabotage version, but the work's content is usually left untouched. For fictional examples where one interferes with another's work, see TooManyCooksSpoilTheSoup.

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May lead to {{Nepotism}} (where someone is given a role solely because they are related to one of the execs), DungeonMastersGirlfriend (where an exec's love interest is given preferential treatment), ViewersAreMorons (where everything has to be explained every time it is mentioned), CreativeDifferences (where the creator and the execs fall out over the work), ExecutiveVeto (where the creator is forbidden to use a particular plot device), RevisedEnding (where the creator is forced to change the work's ending), GetBackInTheCloset (where homosexual content is rated more strictly than heterosexual content), NoOriginStoriesAllowed (where a backstory is forbidden from being revealed), ChristmasRushed (where the creator is forced to complete the work by a specific deadline), PublisherChosenTitle (where the work's title is chosen by the execs) and or MyWayOrTheHighway (where the creator is given a choice between making the required changes or taking the work elsewhere). See also MusicIsPolitics, ObviousBeta, MediaWatchdog, MoralGuardians, and AlanSmithee. Compare WhatCouldHaveBeen, WagTheDirector, DevelopmentHell, and {{Vaporware}}. Sometimes, an ObviousRulePatch will be the result of this. Contrast with GettingCrapPastTheRadar and ProtectionFromEditors. ScrewedByTheNetwork, FridayNightDeathSlot, and DumpMonths are similar to the sabotage version, but the work's content is usually left untouched. For fictional examples where one interferes with another's work, see TooManyCooksSpoilTheSoup.

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** ''ExecutiveMeddling/SonicTheHedgehogIDW''


May lead to {{Nepotism}} (where someone is given a role solely because they are related to one of the execs), DungeonMastersGirlfriend (where an exec's love interest is given preferential treatment), ViewersAreMorons (where everything has to be explained every time it is mentioned), CreativeDifferences (where the creator and the execs fall out over the work), ExecutiveVeto (where the creator is forbidden to use a particular plot device), RevisedEnding (where the creator is forced to change the work's ending), GetBackInTheCloset (where homosexual content is rated more strictly than heterosexual content), ChristmasRushed (where the creator is forced to complete the work by a specific deadline), PublisherChosenTitle (where the work's title is chosen by the execs) and MyWayOrTheHighway (where the creator is given a choice between making the required changes or taking the work elsewhere). See also MusicIsPolitics, ObviousBeta, MediaWatchdog, MoralGuardians, and AlanSmithee. Compare WhatCouldHaveBeen, WagTheDirector, DevelopmentHell, and {{Vaporware}}. Sometimes, an ObviousRulePatch will be the result of this. Contrast with GettingCrapPastTheRadar and ProtectionFromEditors. ScrewedByTheNetwork, FridayNightDeathSlot, and DumpMonths are similar to the sabotage version, but the work's content is usually left untouched. For fictional examples where one interferes with another's work, see TooManyCooksSpoilTheSoup.

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May lead to {{Nepotism}} (where someone is given a role solely because they are related to one of the execs), DungeonMastersGirlfriend (where an exec's love interest is given preferential treatment), ViewersAreMorons (where everything has to be explained every time it is mentioned), CreativeDifferences (where the creator and the execs fall out over the work), ExecutiveVeto (where the creator is forbidden to use a particular plot device), RevisedEnding (where the creator is forced to change the work's ending), GetBackInTheCloset (where homosexual content is rated more strictly than heterosexual content), NoOriginStoriesAllowed (where a backstory is forbidden from being revealed), ChristmasRushed (where the creator is forced to complete the work by a specific deadline), PublisherChosenTitle (where the work's title is chosen by the execs) and MyWayOrTheHighway (where the creator is given a choice between making the required changes or taking the work elsewhere). See also MusicIsPolitics, ObviousBeta, MediaWatchdog, MoralGuardians, and AlanSmithee. Compare WhatCouldHaveBeen, WagTheDirector, DevelopmentHell, and {{Vaporware}}. Sometimes, an ObviousRulePatch will be the result of this. Contrast with GettingCrapPastTheRadar and ProtectionFromEditors. ScrewedByTheNetwork, FridayNightDeathSlot, and DumpMonths are similar to the sabotage version, but the work's content is usually left untouched. For fictional examples where one interferes with another's work, see TooManyCooksSpoilTheSoup.


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May lead to {{Nepotism}} (where someone is given a role solely because they are related to one of the execs), DungeonMastersGirlfriend (where an exec's love interest is given preferential treatment), ViewersAreMorons (where everything has to be explained every time it is mentioned), CreativeDifferences (where the creator and the execs fall out over the work), ExecutiveVeto (where the creator is forbidden to use a particular plot device), RevisedEnding (where the creator is forced to change the work's ending), GetBackInTheCloset (where the creator is forced to remove any homosexual references), ChristmasRushed (where the creator is forced to complete the work by a specific deadline), PublisherChosenTitle (where the work's title is chosen by the execs) and MyWayOrTheHighway (where the creator is given a choice between making the required changes or taking the work elsewhere). See also MusicIsPolitics, ObviousBeta, MediaWatchdog, MoralGuardians, and AlanSmithee. Compare WhatCouldHaveBeen, WagTheDirector, DevelopmentHell, and {{Vaporware}}. Sometimes, an ObviousRulePatch will be the result of this. Contrast with GettingCrapPastTheRadar and ProtectionFromEditors. ScrewedByTheNetwork, FridayNightDeathSlot, and DumpMonths are similar to the sabotage version, but the work's content is usually left untouched. For fictional examples where one interferes with another's work, see TooManyCooksSpoilTheSoup.

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May lead to {{Nepotism}} (where someone is given a role solely because they are related to one of the execs), DungeonMastersGirlfriend (where an exec's love interest is given preferential treatment), ViewersAreMorons (where everything has to be explained every time it is mentioned), CreativeDifferences (where the creator and the execs fall out over the work), ExecutiveVeto (where the creator is forbidden to use a particular plot device), RevisedEnding (where the creator is forced to change the work's ending), GetBackInTheCloset (where the creator is forced to remove any homosexual references), content is rated more strictly than heterosexual content), ChristmasRushed (where the creator is forced to complete the work by a specific deadline), PublisherChosenTitle (where the work's title is chosen by the execs) and MyWayOrTheHighway (where the creator is given a choice between making the required changes or taking the work elsewhere). See also MusicIsPolitics, ObviousBeta, MediaWatchdog, MoralGuardians, and AlanSmithee. Compare WhatCouldHaveBeen, WagTheDirector, DevelopmentHell, and {{Vaporware}}. Sometimes, an ObviousRulePatch will be the result of this. Contrast with GettingCrapPastTheRadar and ProtectionFromEditors. ScrewedByTheNetwork, FridayNightDeathSlot, and DumpMonths are similar to the sabotage version, but the work's content is usually left untouched. For fictional examples where one interferes with another's work, see TooManyCooksSpoilTheSoup.


May lead to {{Nepotism}} (where someone is given a role solely because they are related to one of the execs), DungeonMastersGirlfriend (where an exec's love interest is given preferential treatment), ViewersAreMorons (where everything has to be explained every time it is mentioned), CreativeDifferences (where the creator and the execs fall out over the work), ExecutiveVeto (where the creator is forbidden to use a particular plot device), RevisedEnding (where the creator is forced to change the work's ending), GetBackInTheCloset (where the creator is forced to remove any homosexual references), ChristmasRushed (where the creator is forced to complete the work by a specific deadline), PublisherChosenTitle (where the work's title is chosen by the execs) and MyWayOrTheHighway (where the creator is given a choice between making the required changes and taking the work elsewhere). See also MusicIsPolitics, ObviousBeta, MediaWatchdog, MoralGuardians, and AlanSmithee. Compare WhatCouldHaveBeen, WagTheDirector, DevelopmentHell, and {{Vaporware}}. Sometimes, an ObviousRulePatch will be the result of this. Contrast with GettingCrapPastTheRadar and ProtectionFromEditors. ScrewedByTheNetwork, FridayNightDeathSlot, and DumpMonths are similar to the sabotage version, but the work's content is usually left untouched. For fictional examples where one interferes with another's work, see TooManyCooksSpoilTheSoup.

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May lead to {{Nepotism}} (where someone is given a role solely because they are related to one of the execs), DungeonMastersGirlfriend (where an exec's love interest is given preferential treatment), ViewersAreMorons (where everything has to be explained every time it is mentioned), CreativeDifferences (where the creator and the execs fall out over the work), ExecutiveVeto (where the creator is forbidden to use a particular plot device), RevisedEnding (where the creator is forced to change the work's ending), GetBackInTheCloset (where the creator is forced to remove any homosexual references), ChristmasRushed (where the creator is forced to complete the work by a specific deadline), PublisherChosenTitle (where the work's title is chosen by the execs) and MyWayOrTheHighway (where the creator is given a choice between making the required changes and or taking the work elsewhere). See also MusicIsPolitics, ObviousBeta, MediaWatchdog, MoralGuardians, and AlanSmithee. Compare WhatCouldHaveBeen, WagTheDirector, DevelopmentHell, and {{Vaporware}}. Sometimes, an ObviousRulePatch will be the result of this. Contrast with GettingCrapPastTheRadar and ProtectionFromEditors. ScrewedByTheNetwork, FridayNightDeathSlot, and DumpMonths are similar to the sabotage version, but the work's content is usually left untouched. For fictional examples where one interferes with another's work, see TooManyCooksSpoilTheSoup.


May lead to {{Nepotism}} (where someone is given a role solely because they are related to one of the execs), DungeonMastersGirlfriend (where an exec's love interest is given preferential treatment), ViewersAreMorons (where everything has to be explained every time it is mentioned), CreativeDifferences (where the creator and the execs fall out over the work), ExecutiveVeto (where the creator is forbidden to use a particular plot device), RevisedEnding (where the creator is forced to change the work's ending), GetBackInTheCloset (where the creator is forced to remove any homosexual references), ChristmasRushed (where the creator is forced to complete the work by a specific deadline), PublisherChosenTitle (where the work's title is chosen by the execs) and MyWayOrTheHighway (where the creator is given a choice between making the required changes or losing the publisher's backing). See also MusicIsPolitics, ObviousBeta, MediaWatchdog, MoralGuardians, and AlanSmithee. Compare WhatCouldHaveBeen, WagTheDirector, DevelopmentHell, and {{Vaporware}}. Sometimes, an ObviousRulePatch will be the result of this. Contrast with GettingCrapPastTheRadar and ProtectionFromEditors. ScrewedByTheNetwork, FridayNightDeathSlot, and DumpMonths are similar to the sabotage version, but the work's content is usually left untouched. For fictional examples where one interferes with another's work, see TooManyCooksSpoilTheSoup.

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May lead to {{Nepotism}} (where someone is given a role solely because they are related to one of the execs), DungeonMastersGirlfriend (where an exec's love interest is given preferential treatment), ViewersAreMorons (where everything has to be explained every time it is mentioned), CreativeDifferences (where the creator and the execs fall out over the work), ExecutiveVeto (where the creator is forbidden to use a particular plot device), RevisedEnding (where the creator is forced to change the work's ending), GetBackInTheCloset (where the creator is forced to remove any homosexual references), ChristmasRushed (where the creator is forced to complete the work by a specific deadline), PublisherChosenTitle (where the work's title is chosen by the execs) and MyWayOrTheHighway (where the creator is given a choice between making the required changes or losing and taking the publisher's backing).work elsewhere). See also MusicIsPolitics, ObviousBeta, MediaWatchdog, MoralGuardians, and AlanSmithee. Compare WhatCouldHaveBeen, WagTheDirector, DevelopmentHell, and {{Vaporware}}. Sometimes, an ObviousRulePatch will be the result of this. Contrast with GettingCrapPastTheRadar and ProtectionFromEditors. ScrewedByTheNetwork, FridayNightDeathSlot, and DumpMonths are similar to the sabotage version, but the work's content is usually left untouched. For fictional examples where one interferes with another's work, see TooManyCooksSpoilTheSoup.


May lead to {{Nepotism}} (where someone is given a role solely because they are related to one of the execs), DungeonMastersGirlfriend (where an exec's love interest is given preferential treatment), ViewersAreMorons (where everything has to be explained every time it is mentioned), CreativeDifferences (where the creator and the execs fall out over the work), ExecutiveVeto (where the creator is forbidden to use a particular plot device), RevisedEnding (where the creator is forced to change the work's ending), GetBackInTheCloset (where the creator is forced to remove any homosexual references), ChristmasRushed (where the creator is forced to complete the work by a specific deadline), PublisherChosenTitle (where the work's title is chosen by the execs) and MyWayOrTheHighway (where the creator is given a choice between making the required changes and losing the publisher's backing). See also MusicIsPolitics, ObviousBeta, MediaWatchdog, MoralGuardians, and AlanSmithee. Compare WhatCouldHaveBeen, WagTheDirector, DevelopmentHell, and {{Vaporware}}. Sometimes, an ObviousRulePatch will be the result of this. Contrast with GettingCrapPastTheRadar and ProtectionFromEditors. ScrewedByTheNetwork, FridayNightDeathSlot, and DumpMonths are similar to the sabotage version, but the work's content is usually left untouched. For fictional examples where one interferes with another's work, see TooManyCooksSpoilTheSoup.

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May lead to {{Nepotism}} (where someone is given a role solely because they are related to one of the execs), DungeonMastersGirlfriend (where an exec's love interest is given preferential treatment), ViewersAreMorons (where everything has to be explained every time it is mentioned), CreativeDifferences (where the creator and the execs fall out over the work), ExecutiveVeto (where the creator is forbidden to use a particular plot device), RevisedEnding (where the creator is forced to change the work's ending), GetBackInTheCloset (where the creator is forced to remove any homosexual references), ChristmasRushed (where the creator is forced to complete the work by a specific deadline), PublisherChosenTitle (where the work's title is chosen by the execs) and MyWayOrTheHighway (where the creator is given a choice between making the required changes and or losing the publisher's backing). See also MusicIsPolitics, ObviousBeta, MediaWatchdog, MoralGuardians, and AlanSmithee. Compare WhatCouldHaveBeen, WagTheDirector, DevelopmentHell, and {{Vaporware}}. Sometimes, an ObviousRulePatch will be the result of this. Contrast with GettingCrapPastTheRadar and ProtectionFromEditors. ScrewedByTheNetwork, FridayNightDeathSlot, and DumpMonths are similar to the sabotage version, but the work's content is usually left untouched. For fictional examples where one interferes with another's work, see TooManyCooksSpoilTheSoup.


May lead to {{Nepotism}}, DungeonMastersGirlfriend, ViewersAreMorons, CreativeDifferences, ExecutiveVeto, RevisedEnding, GetBackInTheCloset, ChristmasRushed, PublisherChosenTitle and MyWayOrTheHighway. See also MusicIsPolitics, ObviousBeta, MediaWatchdog, MoralGuardians, and AlanSmithee. Compare WhatCouldHaveBeen, WagTheDirector, DevelopmentHell, and {{Vaporware}}. Sometimes, an ObviousRulePatch will be the result of this. Contrast with GettingCrapPastTheRadar and ProtectionFromEditors. ScrewedByTheNetwork, FridayNightDeathSlot, and DumpMonths are similar to the sabotage version, but the work's content is usually left untouched. For fictional examples where one interferes with another's work, see TooManyCooksSpoilTheSoup.

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May lead to {{Nepotism}}, DungeonMastersGirlfriend, ViewersAreMorons, CreativeDifferences, ExecutiveVeto, RevisedEnding, GetBackInTheCloset, ChristmasRushed, {{Nepotism}} (where someone is given a role solely because they are related to one of the execs), DungeonMastersGirlfriend (where an exec's love interest is given preferential treatment), ViewersAreMorons (where everything has to be explained every time it is mentioned), CreativeDifferences (where the creator and the execs fall out over the work), ExecutiveVeto (where the creator is forbidden to use a particular plot device), RevisedEnding (where the creator is forced to change the work's ending), GetBackInTheCloset (where the creator is forced to remove any homosexual references), ChristmasRushed (where the creator is forced to complete the work by a specific deadline), PublisherChosenTitle (where the work's title is chosen by the execs) and MyWayOrTheHighway.MyWayOrTheHighway (where the creator is given a choice between making the required changes and losing the publisher's backing). See also MusicIsPolitics, ObviousBeta, MediaWatchdog, MoralGuardians, and AlanSmithee. Compare WhatCouldHaveBeen, WagTheDirector, DevelopmentHell, and {{Vaporware}}. Sometimes, an ObviousRulePatch will be the result of this. Contrast with GettingCrapPastTheRadar and ProtectionFromEditors. ScrewedByTheNetwork, FridayNightDeathSlot, and DumpMonths are similar to the sabotage version, but the work's content is usually left untouched. For fictional examples where one interferes with another's work, see TooManyCooksSpoilTheSoup.


May lead to {{Nepotism}}, DungeonMastersGirlfriend, ViewersAreMorons, CreativeDifferences, ExecutiveVeto, RevisedEnding, GetBackInTheCloset, ChristmasRushed, and PublisherChosenTitle. See also MusicIsPolitics, ObviousBeta, MediaWatchdog, MoralGuardians, and AlanSmithee. Compare WhatCouldHaveBeen, WagTheDirector, DevelopmentHell, and {{Vaporware}}. Sometimes, an ObviousRulePatch will be the result of this. Contrast with GettingCrapPastTheRadar and ProtectionFromEditors. ScrewedByTheNetwork, FridayNightDeathSlot, and DumpMonths are similar to the sabotage version, but the work's content is usually left untouched. For fictional examples where one interferes with another's work, see TooManyCooksSpoilTheSoup.

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May lead to {{Nepotism}}, DungeonMastersGirlfriend, ViewersAreMorons, CreativeDifferences, ExecutiveVeto, RevisedEnding, GetBackInTheCloset, ChristmasRushed, PublisherChosenTitle and PublisherChosenTitle.MyWayOrTheHighway. See also MusicIsPolitics, ObviousBeta, MediaWatchdog, MoralGuardians, and AlanSmithee. Compare WhatCouldHaveBeen, WagTheDirector, DevelopmentHell, and {{Vaporware}}. Sometimes, an ObviousRulePatch will be the result of this. Contrast with GettingCrapPastTheRadar and ProtectionFromEditors. ScrewedByTheNetwork, FridayNightDeathSlot, and DumpMonths are similar to the sabotage version, but the work's content is usually left untouched. For fictional examples where one interferes with another's work, see TooManyCooksSpoilTheSoup.

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