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1WhatCouldHaveBeen on the web...≤≤----≤≤!!Subpages: ≤[[index]]≤* ''WhatCouldHaveBeen/TheArknMythos''≤* ''WhatCouldHaveBeen/DinoAttackRPG''≤* ''WhatCouldHaveBeen/JoueurDuGrenier''≤* ''WhatCouldHaveBeen/KamenRiderExAidTheAbridgedSeries''≤* ''WhatCouldHaveBeen/MetaRunner''≤* ''WhatCouldHaveBeen/{{Revengeverse}}''≤* ''WhatCouldHaveBeen/{{RWBY}}''≤* ''WhatCouldHaveBeen/UnusAnnus''≤* ''WhatCouldHaveBeen/TheWalkingDeadRealMonsters''≤* ''WhatCouldHaveBeen/WhoKilledMarkiplier''≤[[/index]]≤≤----≤≤* The first RP of ''Roleplay/DarwinsSoldiers'' was planned to feature an interdimensional battle but it was scrapped after the creator, Serris, decided that the potential for {{Narm}} outweighed the potential for [[RuleOfCool coolness]].≤* Glenn Rubenstein has told people various plots that he intended to incorporate into ''WebVideo/{{lonelygirl15}}'' (such as Elizabeth Avery being the woman behind [=OpAphid=]), but he left the show due to "CreativeDifferences," taking the rights to the [=OpAphid=] characters with him.≤* Several examples abound for the various Website/ChannelAwesome shows and specials:≤** ''WebVideo/TheSpoonyExperiment'':≤*** Spoony's [[ commentary]] for ''WebVideo/{{Kickassia}}'' reveals that during [[spoiler: the fight over who would rule Kickassia]], Spoony, who had turned into Doctor Insano and "got better", originally grabbed the hat, gave a That Guy-style speech about how pointless the fighting was -- and then put the hat on and ran off, because ''he was still Insano''. It got cut because they ran out of time to shoot it. In a related note, [=LordKat=]'s role was scaled back after Jason twisted his ankle during filming of the invasion of Molossia.≤*** Spoony proposed a scene in which Santa Christ [[spoiler:after being resurrected]] would give Creator/JewWario a look, as if to show that he knew [=JewWario=] didn't believe in him. This was nixed pretty quickly.≤*** [=RolloT=] has mentioned that as a tie-in to the Second Anniversary, he and [=LordKat=] wrote a skit paying {{Homage}} to ''Film/TheUsualSuspects'', with the pair of them attempting to interrogate several of the site's personalities (including Paw, who would have had the line, "What, are you guys like [[GoodCopBadCop fat cop,]] ''[[GoodCopBadCop fatter]]'' [[GoodCopBadCop cop?]]"). Chris says he still regrets that they never got the chance to do it, as the material ''was'' rather funny.≤** ''WebVideo/TheNostalgiaCritic'':≤*** Doug Walker was originally going to do an episode where he compared the old and new versions of ''Literature/TheWarOfTheWorlds''. He nixed the idea as he decided that neither of them were all that good.≤*** The Nostalgia Critic had announced plans to review movies such as ''Drop Zone'' and ''Film/{{Newsies}}'', but he later replaced them, with one reason being that other TGWTG reviewers were going to review them. And shortly afterwards, WebVideo/TheNostalgiaChick indeed reviewed ''Film/{{Newsies}}'' as part of the Dark Nella Saga.≤*** Doug Walker was originally going to do a Nostalgia Critic review of ''Film/{{Matilda}}'' but when he first announced he would, he got so much flak he just couldn't do it. ''Matilda'' would resurface later as part of Doug's List of Movies He Hates but Everyone Else Loves in 2011. Eventually, [[WebVideo/TheNostalgiaChick the Chick]] would review it. ≤*** The planned final Nostalgia Critic episode (before the series was {{Uncancelled}}) was going to be a review of ''Film/SmallSoldiers''. While Doug saw the movie and personally thought it was bad, he didn't feel there was enough material for a full review, so he reviewed ''Film/ScoobyDoo'' instead. He did eventually review ''Small Soldiers'' two years later however.≤** ''WebVideo/AtopTheFourthWall'':≤*** Linkara was guilty of planning reviews and then replacing them (In his case "The Wanderers" #5, "ComicBook/{{Syphons}}" #1, and "Q-Unit" #1).≤*** He scheduled the ''Comicbook/HowardTheDuck'' Christmas Special as part of his 2010 [=XMas=] series.≤*** Originally he was going to do a review of ''Arcomics Premiere'' #1, but was replaced with one for ''TheBackstreetProject'' #1.≤*** He swapped the reviews of ''[[ComicBook/TheNewGuardians New Guardians]]'' #1 or #3 and ''ComicBook/BruteForce'' #3!≤*** To celebrate the [[MilestoneCelebration 50th anniversary]] of ''Series/DoctorWho'', Linkara wanted to review the first Doctor Who comic ever published. However numerous factors resulted in that never happening.≤*** Lovhaug has mentioned an idea to create a "90s Kid Video Game Review Show" in which he would [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin review video games]] made in TheNineties from 90s Kid's [[TotallyRadical unique perspective]]. So far, only one came up, and that was a gag interrupting a review if anything.≤*** [[ According to his commentary]] he had planned for [[spoiler: The Entity to appear as multiple 90s Kids speaking over each over. He also states that he originally planned to fight The Entity with a [[Series/PowerRangersLostGalaxy Quasar Saber]], but decided on TalkingTheMonsterToDeath, realizing that after all the build he had given it that Linkara killing it in a straight up fight would make him too much of a GaryStu]].≤*** Another scrapped idea for the The Entity finale was [[spoiler: to reveal that The Entity actually wanted to become an Elder God and would journey to the city of R'lyeh, only for it to discover all the Elder Gods died of boredom long ago]].≤*** The original plan for the "Linkara Lost" story arc would have had [[ fans submit their own AT4W episodes]], but it was instead replaced with the supporting characters doing the episodes.≤*** Lewis was approached to make a movie for WebVideo/TheUncannyValley, but had to decline because he was making an [=AT4W=] DVD.≤*** In the "Guns and Sorcery" arc, the original reason Linkara's magic stopped working was because the Magic Gun was getting jealous of the Arsenal of Freedom.≤*** After Holokara was defeated [[spoiler:there were plans for Jaeris to utilise it in battle with Linkara and have the two physically battle one another. However due to time constraints, due in no small part because of how big the conclusion to the storyline already was, the subplot was dropped and Jaeris just [[WhyDontYouJustShootHim shot Linkara in the back]] and stole the gun that way.]]≤*** Harvey Finevoice was going to have his own spinoff where he reviewed [[CrisisCrossover event comics]].≤*** In the Atop The Fourth Wall Movie, Linkara did have plans in case those who he plan to appear decided not to do the Film. If Nash had not agreed to be in the film, his role would have been given to Spoony. Had Obscurus Lupa not appeared, the Nostalgia Critic would have been given a larger role, with a side story about how the others don't really like him. However, Nineties Kid would try to open up and be supportive to the Critic.≤*** His Patreon-sponsored review of ''WesternAnimation/TheSpectacularSpiderMan'' "Persona" was originally going to be a review of ''ComicBook/SpiderManBlackCatTheEvilThatMenDo'', but both parties agreed that it'd better to do something more fun, as opposed to the mini, controversial for [[spoiler:retconning that [[ComicBook/BlackCat Felicia]] was raped in college]].≤*** In his review of ''Captain Electron #1'', he mentions how if he ever did a costume change, he'd want include [[NiceHat a top hat]]. In the comments for the Website/YouTube video, he explains that when he did his costume change in 2014, he ran out of time to find a good top hat for the costume.≤*** According to the Runimations on the [=YouTube=] videos Lewis mentions that the original plan to conclude Jaeris' story was for Linkara and co to arrive in his home dimension and help him overthrow the totalitarian government controlling his planet. But RealLifeWritesThePlot and Jaeris' had to be quickly written out of the show.≤*** Originally, the in-universe reason for Linkara's move to Viga's house was going to be [[spoiler: 90 Kid's betrayal and Vice taking him, along with the various earlier security breaches, being the straw that broke the camel's back and causing Linkara to move. However, with the delays in the Sleepwalker story, it was ultimately decided on the comedic hiking his rent to $10,000 with the confrontation with 90s Kid and Vice taking him happening after the move]].≤** Creator/BradJones planned to do a WebVideo/KungTaiTed episode about ''Film/TheRoom'' until he heard Tommy Wiseau was taking down videos for copyright infringement (including WebVideo/TheNostalgiaCritic's review) so he made a Brad & Jerrid sketch where they reenact scenes from the movie.≤** WebVideo/{{Benzaie}}'s short movie, "Students," was originally supposed to a feature length cross between ''Film/{{Clerks}}'' and Creator/TakeshiKitano's ''Kids Return''. He was only able to make the first ten minutes and an English dub.≤** In Linkara and Iron Liz's commentary, Liz mentions that the original script for ''WebVideo/SuburbanKnights'' was much longer. One thing she mentions specifically was a female zombie named Mildred who would bite WebVideo/{{Phelous}}. This would lead to Phelous becoming progressively more zombie-like, only for the same end reveal (he was perfectly fine and was just being in character). According to Linkara, most of Mildred's role was replaced by the Good Witch of the Wood.≤** There were ''two'' ideas for the third anniversary special: a fantasy epic, which eventually became ''WebVideo/SuburbanKnights'', and another idea called ''Ninjas vs. Pirates'' that was ultimately rejected.≤** A few rejected ideas are mentioned in the cast commentary. Among them:≤*** Apparently there were several working titles for ''Suburban Knights'', including "Flights of Fantasy"[[note]](which appears in the chorus of the theme that plays over the closing credits)[[/note]] and "Dungeons and Critics".≤*** ''WebVideo/TheAngryJoeShow'': Angry Joe had a line where he lampshaded how the Critic continually tricks them into showing up for his mad schemes.≤*** Bennett had a much more prominent running gag where he would try to say something epic and bungle it.≤*** Luke and WebVideo/BadMovieBeatdown's Film Brain had a more extensive scene, where Luke's "inners" from his ''[[WebVideo/LukeMochrieAndTheInners Film Conscience]]'' reviews came into play.≤*** When the Critic refused to go along with Linkara's plan to write a musical number for their adventure, there was a cut scene where Linkara would call someone (possibly Andrew Lloyd Weber) and say that the Critic didn't go for it. Linkara would they say "What do you mean 'who is this'?"≤*** Possibly the most heart warming example from "Suburban Knights", Doug almost scrapped the project do to weather and technical difficulties, and would edit it into a 'Lost in Lamoncha' style documentary. Holly rallied everyone together and convinced him to carry on. So yeah, we almost didn't get it.≤** Way back when Channel Awesome was in its infancy and the Nostalgia Critic was their only feature, site execs Mike Michaud and Bhargav Dronamraju planned a ParanormalInvestigation series in the vein of ''Series/GhostHunters''.≤** WebVideo/ObscurusLupa had plans to review more of Scott Shaw's Zen films after ''Max Hell Frog Warrior''. But when Shaw and his lawyers forced the video (as well as a positive retrospective on him) taken down, Lupa realized that wouldn't happen.≤** ''WebVideo/{{Projector}}'':≤*** Around April 2014, due to a somewhat hectic schedule and real life getting in the way, Matthew had written two reviews scripts; one for ''Film/TheOtherWoman2014'' and the other ''Film/TheQuietOnes'', but only had enough time to do one review. He eventually settled on ''The Quiet Ones'', leaving ''The Other Woman'' un-filmed [[ but did post the script online]].≤*** Reviews were announced for both ''WesternAnimation/PostmanPatTheMovie'' and ''WesternAnimation/MoshiMonstersTheMovie'', but for whatever reason neither manifested.≤*** He also planned on reviewing ''WesternAnimation/CaptureTheFlag'' which hadnít had a release date yet, only for him to find out after heíd seen it that it had already had a limited US release 2 months previously which hadnít been listed on any major film websites.≤*** The review for ''Film/Ghostbusters2016'' originally supposed to opened with Buck discussing all the controversy surrounding the film, but he decided to cut it because he felt it started what was a fairly mixed review on a negative note, and combined with him talking about [[Film/Ghostbusters1984 the original movie]] meant the review essential had two openings.≤≤** [[ The 2014 pick-ups]] had many well-known reviewers among the rejected. Many in hindsight considered it a dodged bullet;≤*** [[WebVideo/RebelTaxi Pan Pizza]] was picked up by TGWTG during the 2014 talent search. However he ended up missing a Skype call with the management to discuss his being added to the site, and was dropped from Channel Awesome without having uploaded a single video.≤*** Before Pan Pizza there was [[LetsPlay/TheKingOfHate DarksydePhil]] who was [[ picked up by TGWTG in 2011]] shortly before his account was terminated; since CA used Blip exclusively from late 2008 to mid-2014, DSP was dropped before he could add any videos to the site.≤*** [[ Per his own words]], WebVideo/TheMysteriousMrEnter had applied to join Channel Awesome in the past.≤*** Many others applied for the channel, such as Creator/MarcMues, [[Creator/JoshScorcher Josh Schorcher/The Fiery Joker/Commander Firebrand]], WebVideo/CinematicExcrement, WebVideo/TVTrash and Webvideo/MusicalHell. They also regard that as a bullet dodged.≤*** [[WebVideo/FeedingTheTrolls CuteFuzzyWeasel]] [[ also apparently]] tried to apply, but he didn't put enough effort into applying and his content back then is an OldShame for him.≤*** In 2009, WebVideo/PatTheNesPunk [[ tried to apply]], but was told via email by Rob that his content wasn't good enough and to try again. Pat said that was the best he got, told Rob to "take it or leave it", and never got a response back. Considering how things ultimately fared for the site, this might have been for the better for him...≤* The first season of ''Machinima/RedVsBlue'', and by extension the ''entire series'', was originally supposed to unfold in a dramatically different fashion than the finished product. DVD Audio Comentary for the first season reveals that, as originally envisioned, the entire project would only have been six to nine episodes in length, which had all been very loosely planned in advance. Additionally, the format of the first two episodes (The Reds talking at their base while the Blues observe them through the sniper rifle and [[DeadpanSnarker make snarky comments]]) was supposed to be maintained until the end. However, by the third episode the expanding script had already pulled the Blues to their own base, and when they reached the tenth episode the writers realized they had not gotten to almost any of the jokes they had planned for the "final" ninth episode (Specifically, putting Donut in the pink armor). The episodes continued to be written until the immediate story was completed, with a total of nineteen episodes which were subsequently billed as "Season One." Continuing the leftover plots points from those episodes lead into four more seasons, as well as several sequel series, and are still ongoing.\≤\≤The characters themselves were also supposed to evolve differently, and their portrayals in their first appearances (Even throughout the entire first season) contrast ''heavily'' [[CharacterizationMarchesOn with their final forms]]. Caboose, the BreakoutCharacter legendary for his [[CloudCuckoolander severely warped mind and personality]], was originally a rather bland character who was introduced to the series simply to serve as a catalyst to get Church angry. Donut, who became almost as widely known for his [[CampGay armor-induced personality]], was one of the "normal" characters of the series, and as a whole the entire cast was saner and more likely to at least ''notice'' the IdiotBall, even if they could not quite let go of it. Fan reaction to individual points of personality that each character showed [[{{Flanderization}} lead the writers to magnify and focus]] on those points, which eventually resulted in the insanity of the series itself.≤** Grif and Sarge were originally supposed to be friendly to each other! When Tex [[BoomHeadshot headshots]] Sarge, Grif revives him with CPR (don't ask) and Church, who'd already have been dead, convinces Sarge to lay off of Grif. However, they decided it wouldn't work out in the end and, when Sarge is revived, he berates Grif for his means of reviving him.≤* Pops up from time to time in ''Roleplay/SurvivalOfTheFittest'' as a result of either an AbortedArc, handlers scrapping the idea, characters' deaths before the idea could be executed, mods disapproving, and other causes. Examples noted on the wiki include [[MalevolentMaskedMan Blood Boy]] getting a facial reconstruction in pre-game, a ''lot'' of things about Cillian Crowe that were planned but never carried out, Adam Dodd TakingTheBullet for Amanda Jones, Walter Smith being an EvilCounterpart to a character that never made it into the game, and others.≤≤* Website/YouTube was originally conceived of as a ''[[ dating site]]''. Indeed, the site was originally called "[[ Tune In Hook Up]]", and would have essentially been a video version of [] (the original site layout was also designed with this in mind). The site creators redeveloped the site, however, and launched it in 2005...and history was made.≤* ''Literature/ChaosFighters: Cyber Assault-The Secret Programs'' is supposed to be span eight sub-arcs, but cancelled as it was too ambitious to begin with. It's summary can be read [[ here]].≤* The second season of ''WebVideo/TheNewAdventuresOfCaptainS'' was cancelled in 2009. A [[ blog post]], a [[ podcast]] and a [[ thread on the official forum]] reveal what it would have been like.≤** First, in the comic that "bridged" seasons 1 and 2, Buddy would have [[HeroicSacrifice sacrificed himself]], so Captain S could take out the guy who enslaved a village. Captain S would've taken [[UpgradeArtifact Buddy's 6-button joypad]] and gone to the moon, to curb the source of the video virus. He would have discovered that [[NiceJobBreakingItHero Video Land became unstable when he killed the Game Genie]], because the Game Genie was actually one of the three guardians that made the world. Captain S would have used [[ResetButton a cheat code to make everything back to normal]], and that would have been the end of the comic.≤** In the second season proper there would have been three villains: the first would have been a guy named Adam Jaguar, who would've become Chad Belmont's rival; the second would have been a game programmer gone insane, named Tobias; the third would have been the resurrected Game Genie. Nigel Edmund Silverman would have returned as a member of a third faction, neither good nor evil, called "The Third Party", led by the third defender of the X-Code, the Gypsy who sold the Genesis cartridge that turned Chad into Captain S. The final episodes would have been completely set in Videoland.≤* ''Podcast/TheBrianAndJillShow'' was created after negotiations fell through to continue its predecessor morning radio show, ''The Mark & Brian Radio Program'', with Jill Whelan taking over as Brian's co-host following Mark's retirement.≤* The ''WebAnimation/DeathBattle'' series had one. After the BattleRoyal between the four Franchise/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles, there was a vote to decide who'd fight the winner. The winner of that vote was [[VideoGame/{{Battletoads}} Zits]]. Who was the other choice? ''[[Series/MightyMorphinPowerRangers Tommy Oliver, the White Ranger]]'' Tommy would, years later, get his chance to shine, battling [[Anime/MobileSuitGundamWing Zechs and the Gundam Epyon]].≤** During the live stream of [[Franchise/{{Metroid}} Samus Aran]] vs. [[Franchise/StarWars Boba Fett]] Remastered, the unaired pilot for ''Death Battle'' was shown before the fight. In it, Ben (aka, Wiz) was the only host and the show was entitled ''Who Would Win?''. The fight at the end was also placed against a live-action background rather than one made out of sprites.≤** The [[Franchise/{{Pokemon}} Mewtwo]] vs. [[Franchise/SonicTheHedgehog Shadow]] battle was actually supposed to be much longer, but the animation creator deliberately did a poor job on it because they didn't want to do fight animations anymore.≤* Creator/AchievementHunter has a number of LetsPlay videos that they haven't released (either yet or never will). Among them are four other parts to their ''VideoGame/WorldOfWarcraft'' [=LP=] and one concerning ''TabletopGame/MagicTheGathering''. The ''Magic'' one is one they will never release, though, as it was a unpleasant experience for them.≤* ''Machinima/ArbyNTheChief'' had a few moments that never happened:≤** Season 3 was originally going to be a storied season that would've expected [[WhatHappenedToTheMouse the disappearances of]] [[TheScrappy Todd and Travis]] (and later Cortana), but was abandoned well into the beginning of the season itself. What eventually became of the story was the closing moments of Season 3's finale episode, ''[[BizarroEpisode King]].''≤** Adam and Clyde of Chaos Theosis in Season 6 were originally going to be brothers as revealed in a behind-the-scenes video by Jon Graham. Since it was never brought up in the series itself, [[CanonDiscontinuity it's unknown if this fact is still true or not]].≤** Season 7's WhamEpisode, "''Heat''" was to feature a different setup for the season. [[spoiler:Both Arbiter and Greg would know about Chief killing Cortana and would've rolled with it.]] However because Jon had a hard time trying to write the rest of the season with this premise, he instead had so that only Greg would know about it.≤* At one point, the Bad Webcomics Wiki was ''very'' close to doing a review of ''Webcomic/{{Homestuck}}'', but it was a while before someone actually volunteered to write it, and by that time the site's members couldn't reach a consensus on whether or not the comic was bad enough to feature. If someone had stepped in sooner, God only knows what could've happened, although it's likely that the backlash would've been ''[[HePannedItNowHeSucks huge.]]''≤* WebVideo/MarbleHornets was only planned to go till the end of the first season; originally, the final shots of Entry #26 would have had Jay attempting the escape [[BigBad the Operator]] in his car, only to have it repeatedly show up on the side of the road till he cut Jay off completely and then left his fate ambiguous. However, the creators decided to keep going afterwards, and ended up creating a whole two more seasons.≤** Entry #37 was originally completely different; they had even completed filming and editing it. However, creator Troy Wagner felt it was weak and inconsistent with the plot at that point, so it was scrapped and replaced by what became the [[MysteriousWatcher Totheark-jacking]] enttry #37. The cut version made it onto the season two DVD as a bonus feature.≤* Creator/TeamFourStar could have provided voices for episode 7 of ''WebAnimation/{{Ducktalez}}'', but getting in contact was very difficult.≤-->''WHY DIDN'T YOU GET TEAMFOURSTAR TO VOICE THIS?''\≤''They didn't return my messages.''≤* Speaking of [=TeamFourStar=], in ''[[WebVideo/DragonBallZAbridged Dragon Ball Z Kai Abridged 2]]'', they threw in Gohan [[RunningGag asking Piccolo why he didn't dodge a critical shot from Frieza]]. In the Episode Breakdown, Kaiser Neko mentions that they considered not thinking of using the line in the original series (would've been Episode 29) "the biggest missed opportunity in the entire series".≤** Creator/LittleKuriboh had auditioned to play Captain Ginyu, but they loved his Freeza voice and asked for a second audition tape for Freeza.≤** The abridging of ''The History of Trunks'' had the team waffling over the idea of having Gohan taking up Bulma's offer for sex, but ended up not doing it, something they were proud of.≤*** Creator/MontyOum was their first pick to play Future Gohan, but his death prevented that.≤** Android #17 was supposed to have a TotallyRadical voice, but it proved annoying and dropped. It was used by Cell as proof that he didn't know anything about #17≤** The initial script for the Buu Saga would have played Mr. Satan as a ConspiracyTheorist who wanted to reveal to the world that [[CassandraTruth the alien superheroes who saved the world from Perfect Cell exist]].≤** LetsPlay/{{Markiplier}} and WebVideo/JonTron were approached to voice Broly and Paragus respectively for the ''Broly The Legendary Super Saiyan'' abridging, but both were unavailable due to their schedules.≤** There were plans to abridge ''Anime/BojackUnbound'', but the team had underestimated how much they hated the movie and the ended up cancelling it. They admitted that if they brought it out as is, they would have had a movie pouring with frustration over the movie and it wouldn't have been funny.≤** They initially decided to abridge the Buu Saga, but it ran into similar problems as ''Bojack'', which, combined with their fears of copyright strikes, caused them to decide to end the series altogether.≤* There was supposed to be a season 4 of ''WebAnimation/TVTomeAdventures'', which would have tied up all loose ends, make several [[TheReveal reveals]], introduce the true BigBad, [[spoiler:Dark Eyes of Anubis]], and feature an epic conclusion battle with Alpha. Naturally, [[ScheduleSlip the creator, Chris Niosi, had to go to college before that could happen]], and so the series was left with an uneven 73 episodes instead of the planned 100. When Niosi finally got out of college, he was no longer in touch with the people he worked with and [[TheRemake just redid the whole thing]].≤* Creator/JoanRivers was asked to be a guest on ''ComediansInCarsGettingCoffee'' in 2014, but she pulled out due to the schedule conflicting with a surgical procedure. It's entirely possible this was the surgery where she developed the complications that killed her.≤* ''WebAnimation/RWBYChibi'': During RTX 2016, one fan asked if they wanted to do more [[spoiler:dead Pyrrha references]]. According to Miles Luna, they wanted to do one skit where Pyrrha gets ketchup on her and Jaune, seeing the splotch, freaks out.≤* {{WebVideo/Googlebrains}}: Disgust Destroys Fluxburgh 2 was originally going to include Keemstar as a main character rather than a cameo.≤* ''WebAnimation/WackyGameJokez4Kidz'' ends on a WhamLine at the conclusion of Season 1. Season 2 and the series in general, however, had been cancelled. Creator/MaxGilardi had been kind enough to post what would have been the plot layout though, which can be read [[ here]].≤* ''Music/SiIvaGunner''[='=]s ending vlog video was going to be a [[TheImmodestOrgasm Loud Nigra]] video, but the rips featuring the ThemeTune for ''WesternAnimation/TheNutshack'' became unexpectedly popular, so the vlog video became "[[ the nutshack theme but the first nutshack is replaced with me ending the channel]]".≤* WebVideo/ShipwreckedComedy wanted to include Johnny Kickstarter, a character created for the ''Case of the Gilded Lily'' Kickstarter video, in the film itself, but the actor was unavailable.≤* Creator/HarlanEllison started a Youtube channel in 2013, after decades of being suspicious of new technology and contrarian to anything new. He had a debilitating stroke the very next year and only posted a handful of videos before his death (the vast majority of the videos on his channel are short commentaries that were shown on the Sci-Fi Channel back in the 90s.) The few videos he did produced are some of the best reviews and video essays to be found on Youtube.


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