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** Only one episode (Won’t Crack or Peel) was ever released on VHS as part of a promotion with Tombstone Pizza. This is also the only know way to see the episode in its original 3D “Nogglevision” airing as it originally aired. Needless to say, the VHS is extremely rare and very valuable; with many copies believed to have either been lost or destroyed by Nickelodeon.


* BeamMeUpScotty: Henry asking June if she can help him with her responding, "And I would do that why?" was commonly quoted on a few TV database websites in the early 2000s; this line never appeared in the show.
** Actually, it appeared on the Loopy short "Bargain Hunters from Beyond the Stars", only Loopy says, "Beam me up, spotty!"



* PopCultureUrbanLegends:
** Since the show was canceled all the way back in 2000, rumors persisted of a supposed scrapped episode, the famous "Episode 29", where it was claimed to be a GrandFinale for the show if it wasn't renewed for season 4. Henry and June would have interacted with the reoccurring skit characters and give them all a sendoff, at the end of which Henry and June would have admitted their crushes and ended on TheBigDamnKiss. With the discovery of nearly every episode, all be it in some very rough recordings, it's all but confirmed to be a fan hoax. The final nail in the coffin was the fact that archive history reveals the supposed episode's plot both was posted on Wikipedia and IMDB by an anon in 2003.
** There were also rumors of a scrapped fifth (and possibly sixth) season, posted on both Wikipedia and TV.com around the early-to-mid 2000s. After a fan asked if the unproduced seasons were real, Mark Marek confirmed that the show didn't have any further seasons planned after the fourth one.



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** Since the show was canceled all the way back in 2000, rumors persisted of a supposed scrapped episode, the famous "Episode 29", where it was claimed to be a GrandFinale for the show if it wasn't renewed for season 4. Henry and June would have interacted with the reoccurring skit characters and give them all a sendoff, at the end of which Henry and June would have admitted their crushes and ended on TheBigDamnKiss. With the discovery of nearly every episode, all be it in some very rough recordings, it's all but confirmed to be a fan hoax. The final nail in the coffin was the fact that archive history reveals the supposed episode's plot both was posted on Wikipedia and IMDB by an anon in 2003.
** There were also rumors of a scrapped fifth (and possibly sixth) season, posted on both Wikipedia and TV.com around the early-to-mid 2000s. After a fan asked if the unproduced seasons were real, Mark Marek confirmed that the show didn't have any further seasons planned after the fourth one.

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* ColbertBump: ''Life With Loopy'' started to receive more attention after WebVideo/TheMysteriousMrEnter reviewed the short series as part of his ''Admirable Animation'' series. Expect comments on several ''Life With Loopy'' shorts on [=YouTube=] thanking him for either reminding them of the show's existence or introducing them to the show.


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** Several characters from the show were to appear in ''Nicktoons: Attack Of The Toyboys'' as trophies, but were ultimately left out of the final game (despite this, the show is still mentioned in the game's copyright information).

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** Actually, it appeared on the Loopy short "Bargain Hunters from Beyond the Stars", only Loopy says, "Beam me up, spotty!"


** Since the show was canceled all the way back in 2000, rumors persisted of a supposed scrapped episode, the famous "Episode 29", where it was claimed to be a GrandFinale for the show if it wasn't renewed for season 4. Henry and June would have interacted with the reoccurring skit characters and give them all a sendoff, at the end of which Henry and June would have admitted their crushes and ended on a BigDamnKiss. With the discovery of nearly every episode, all be it in some very rough recordings, it's all but confirmed to be a fan hoax. The final nail in the coffin was the fact that archive history reveals the supposed episode's plot both was posted on Wikipedia and IMDB by an anon in 2003.

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** Since the show was canceled all the way back in 2000, rumors persisted of a supposed scrapped episode, the famous "Episode 29", where it was claimed to be a GrandFinale for the show if it wasn't renewed for season 4. Henry and June would have interacted with the reoccurring skit characters and give them all a sendoff, at the end of which Henry and June would have admitted their crushes and ended on a BigDamnKiss.TheBigDamnKiss. With the discovery of nearly every episode, all be it in some very rough recordings, it's all but confirmed to be a fan hoax. The final nail in the coffin was the fact that archive history reveals the supposed episode's plot both was posted on Wikipedia and IMDB by an anon in 2003.


* ClumsyCopyrightCensorship: The ''Lava'' shorts had to be cut from all post-2000 reruns of the show as well as non-U.S. airings of it, because ''Nickelodeon'' never owned them in the first place; they had only the airing rights, which were bound to expire after a while. However, in some reruns, clips from ''Lava'' were accidentally left in the closing credits, and many viewers would have probably thought "Huh?" upon noticing that oversight.

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* ClumsyCopyrightCensorship: The ''Lava'' shorts had to be cut from all post-2000 reruns of the show as well as non-U.S. airings of it, because ''Nickelodeon'' Nickelodeon never owned them in the first place; they had only the airing rights, which were bound to expire after a while. However, in some reruns, clips from ''Lava'' were accidentally left in the closing credits, and many viewers would have probably thought "Huh?" upon noticing that oversight.



* KeepCirculatingTheTapes: None of the episodes ever got any authorized releases on VHS or VCD due to intellectual property disputes over some of the one-shot segments. For the same reasons, this Nicktoon is very unlikely to be made available as downloads, {{DVD}}s, Blu-ray Discs, or even streamables at least legally. For now, the closest that the show has to being officially released as a complete set are the full episodes posted by one of the involved staff members on to his own website.

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* KeepCirculatingTheTapes: None of the episodes ever got any authorized releases on VHS or VCD due to intellectual property disputes over some of the one-shot segments. For the same reasons, this Nicktoon is very unlikely to be made available as downloads, {{DVD}}s, DVD videos, Blu-ray Discs, or even streamables at least legally. For now, the closest that the show has to being officially released as a complete set are the full episodes posted by one of the involved staff members on to his own website.


* ClumsyCopyrightCensorship: Along with being cut from international airings, ''Lava'' was also cut from all reruns after 2000, as it was the only short where Nickelodeon didn't own the rights to (most of the episodes that ''Lava'' appeared in were skipped on Nicktoons in the US, except for "Comics For Tomorrow Today!", which cut the short [[ClumsyCopyrightCensorship but forgot to cut the short's credits]]). The same thing happened when "Not Just For People Anymore!" was aired on The Splat- the short and the Henry and June wraparound leading into it was cut, though it was still alluded to in the closing credits.



* KeepCirculatingTheTapes: None of the episodes ever got any authorized releases on VHS or VCD due to intellectual property disputes over some of the one-shot segments. For the same reasons, this Nicktoon is very unlikely to be made available as downloads, DVDs, Blu-ray Discs, or even streamables at least legally. For now, the closest that the show has to being officially released as a complete set are the full episodes posted by one of the involved staff members on to his own website.

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* KeepCirculatingTheTapes: None of the episodes ever got any authorized releases on VHS or VCD due to intellectual property disputes over some of the one-shot segments. For the same reasons, this Nicktoon is very unlikely to be made available as downloads, DVDs, {{DVD}}s, Blu-ray Discs, or even streamables at least legally. For now, the closest that the show has to being officially released as a complete set are the full episodes posted by one of the involved staff members on to his own website.


* ClumsyCopyrightCensorship: The ''Lava'' shorts had to be cut from all post-2000 reruns of the show as well as non-U.S. airings of it, because ''Nickelodeon'' never owned them in the first place; they had only the airing rights, which were bound to expire after a while. However, in some airings, the ''Lava'' clips were accidentally left in the closing credits, and many viewers would have probably thought "Huh?" upon noticing that oversight.

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* ClumsyCopyrightCensorship: The ''Lava'' shorts had to be cut from all post-2000 reruns of the show as well as non-U.S. airings of it, because ''Nickelodeon'' never owned them in the first place; they had only the airing rights, which were bound to expire after a while. However, in some airings, the reruns, clips from ''Lava'' clips were accidentally left in the closing credits, and many viewers would have probably thought "Huh?" upon noticing that oversight.


* BadExportForYou: "Lava" was absent from international airings, which means viewers probably went "Huh?" when seeing it in the closing credits (it would eventually be cut from reruns in the US as well from 2000 on as Nick lost the rights to the short. In Spanish airings Lava got cut from the credits).



* ClumsyCopyrightCensorship: The ''Lava'' shorts had to be cut from all post-2000 reruns of the show as well as non-U.S. airings of it, because ''Nickelodeon'' never owned them in the first place; they had only the airing rights, which were bound to expire after a while. However, in some airings, the ''Lava'' clips were accidentally left in the closing credits, and many viewers would have probably thought "Huh?" upon noticing that oversight.



* EditedForSyndication: Along with being cut from international airings, ''Lava'' was also cut from all reruns after 2000, as it was the only short where Nickelodeon didn't own the rights to (most of the episodes that ''Lava'' appeared in were skipped on Nicktoons in the US, except for "Comics For Tomorrow Today!", which cut the short [[ClumsyCopyrightCensorship but forgot to cut the short's credits]]). The same thing happened when "Not Just For People Anymore!" was aired on The Splat- the short and the Henry and June wraparound leading into it was cut, though it was still mentioned in the closing credits.

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* EditedForSyndication: ClumsyCopyrightCensorship: Along with being cut from international airings, ''Lava'' was also cut from all reruns after 2000, as it was the only short where Nickelodeon didn't own the rights to (most of the episodes that ''Lava'' appeared in were skipped on Nicktoons in the US, except for "Comics For Tomorrow Today!", which cut the short [[ClumsyCopyrightCensorship but forgot to cut the short's credits]]). The same thing happened when "Not Just For People Anymore!" was aired on The Splat- the short and the Henry and June wraparound leading into it was cut, though it was still mentioned alluded to in the closing credits.



* KeepCirculatingTheTapes: None of the episodes ever got any authorized releases on VHS, VCD or even iTunes due to intellectual property disputes over some of the one-shot segments. For the same reasons, this Nicktoon is very unlikely to be made available on DVD or Blu-ray legally. For now, the closest that the show has to an official release are the full episodes posted by Mark Marek on to his website.
** [[https://vrv.co/series/G6J0QGM4R On August 28, 2018, eight episodes from the first season were added onto the streaming service VRV after years of not being distributed digitally.]] It is worth noting however that the first season isn't complete and other seasons weren't added, likely due to licensing issues.

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* KeepCirculatingTheTapes: None of the episodes ever got any authorized releases on VHS, VHS or VCD or even iTunes due to intellectual property disputes over some of the one-shot segments. For the same reasons, this Nicktoon is very unlikely to be made available on DVD or as downloads, DVDs, Blu-ray Discs, or even streamables at least legally. For now, the closest that the show has to an official release being officially released as a complete set are the full episodes posted by Mark Marek one of the involved staff members on to his website.
** [[https://vrv.co/series/G6J0QGM4R On August 28, 2018, eight episodes from the first season were added onto the streaming service VRV after years of not being distributed digitally.]] It is worth noting however that the first season isn't complete and other seasons weren't added, likely due to licensing issues.
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* ScrewedByTheLawyers:
** Due to copyright issues with the one-shot shorts as well as the music videos, Nickelodeon has confirmed that the show will most likely ''never'' air again or get a legal DVD release. While the show eventually aired on The Splat in 2016 (making it the first time it's been reran in the United States since 2005, not counting times where one episode would be brought out for Nicktoons-related marathons), only the first few episodes aired, without any segments that would cause legal issues (save for ''Lava'' which was cut anyway). Thus leaving The Splat with a very limited amount of episodes (even moreso than when the show aired on Nicktoons) that would prevent it from any regular reruns.
** This is the reason why ''Lava'' ended up being cut from later airings of the show and overseas airings. The shorts were never owned by Nickelodeon at all; they only had the airing rights. When the rights went up, Nick had to cut it out of the show. When reruns began to air on Nicktoons, the only episode that had a ''Lava'' short that aired was "Comics For Tomorrow Today", with the short (and the Henry and June segment leading into it) cut. All other episodes with ''Lava'' never aired on Nicktoons in the US; possibly due to the cuts losing too much time in the episode for the timeslot (though "Not Just For People Anymore!" eventually aired on The Splat; with both the short and wraparound leading into it cut).

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* ScrewedByTheLawyers:
**
ScrewedByTheLawyers: Due to copyright issues with some of the one-shot shorts as well as the music videos, segments, Nickelodeon has confirmed that the show will most likely ''never'' air again or get a legal DVD release. While the show eventually aired on The Splat in 2016 (making it the first time it's been reran rerun in the United States since 2005, not counting times where one episode would be brought out for Nicktoons-related marathons), only the first few episodes aired, without any segments that would cause legal issues (save for ''Lava'' which was cut anyway). Thus leaving The Splat with a very limited amount of episodes (even moreso than when the show aired on Nicktoons) that would prevent it from any regular reruns.
** This is the reason why ''Lava'' ended up being cut from later airings of the show and overseas airings. The shorts were never owned by Nickelodeon at all; they only had the airing rights. When the rights went up, Nick had to cut it out of the show. When reruns began to air on Nicktoons, the only episode that had a ''Lava'' short that aired was "Comics For Tomorrow Today", with the short (and the Henry and June segment leading into it) cut. All other episodes with ''Lava'' never aired on Nicktoons in the US; possibly due to the cuts losing too much time in the episode for the timeslot (though "Not Just For People Anymore!" eventually aired on The Splat; with both the short and wraparound leading into it cut).
reruns.


* NamesTheSame: Henry and June share their names with authors Henry and June Miller. Henry Miller's most famous novels, ''Tropic of Cancer'' and ''Tropic of Capricorn'', and the Millers', er, friend Anais Nin's autobiographical novel ''Henry and June'' and its 1990 film adaptation are emphatically ''not'' child-friendly due to their explicit content (the film was among the first to be rated NC-17).

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* NamesTheSame: Henry and June share their names with authors Henry and June Miller. Henry Miller's most famous novels, ''Tropic of Cancer'' and ''Tropic of Capricorn'', and the Millers', er, friend Anais Nin's autobiographical novel ''Henry and June'' (a recollection of her relationship with the Millers in 1930s Paris) and its 1990 film adaptation are emphatically ''not'' child-friendly due to their explicit content (the film was among the first to be rated NC-17).


* NamesTheSame: Henry and June share their names with authors Henry and June Miller. Henry Miller's most famous novels, ''Tropic of Cancer'' and ''Tropic of Capricorn'', and Anais Nin's autobiographical novel ''Henry and June'' and its 1990 film adaptation are emphatically ''not'' child-friendly due to their explicit content (the film was among the first to be rated NC-17).

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* NamesTheSame: Henry and June share their names with authors Henry and June Miller. Henry Miller's most famous novels, ''Tropic of Cancer'' and ''Tropic of Capricorn'', and the Millers', er, friend Anais Nin's autobiographical novel ''Henry and June'' and its 1990 film adaptation are emphatically ''not'' child-friendly due to their explicit content (the film was among the first to be rated NC-17).


* NamesTheSame: Henry and June share the names of the two main characters from a book and its 1990 film adaptation, although that movie wasn't for kids considering that it was the first movie to get an NC-17 rating.

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* NamesTheSame: Henry and June share the their names with authors Henry and June Miller. Henry Miller's most famous novels, ''Tropic of the two main characters from a book Cancer'' and ''Tropic of Capricorn'', and Anais Nin's autobiographical novel ''Henry and June'' and its 1990 film adaptation, although that movie wasn't for kids considering that it adaptation are emphatically ''not'' child-friendly due to their explicit content (the film was among the first movie to get an NC-17 rating.be rated NC-17).


* NamesTheSame: Henry and June share the names of the two main characters from a book and its 1990 film adaptation, although that movie wasn't for kids suggesting its MPAA rating.

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* NamesTheSame: Henry and June share the names of the two main characters from a book and its 1990 film adaptation, although that movie wasn't for kids suggesting its MPAA considering that it was the first movie to get an NC-17 rating.

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* CanonDiscontinuity: At one point, as recently as 2007[[note]]It was listed in the copyright information for ''[[VideoGame/NicktoonsUnite Nicktoons: Attack of the Toybots]]'' among all of the other Nicktoons, despite no elements from it appearing in-game[[/note]], it was considered the seventh Franchise/{{Nicktoon|s}}. However, it's been excluded from the Nicktoons canon since then for reasons unclear.

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** [[https://vrv.co/series/G6J0QGM4R On August 28, 2018, eight episodes from the first season were added onto the streaming service VRV after years of not being distributed digitally.]] It is worth noting however that the first season isn't complete and other seasons weren't added, likely due to licensing issues.

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