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I thought of a neat idea
Since this song will apparently never be shown on SS again (on TV or a release from today), do you think a "Last Appearance" box would be significant? Wattamack4 00:02, February 12, 2010 (UTC)Alex
- From looking at the way it was said, I think probably the entire episode... which I find a little rediculous. Wattamack4 01:09, February 12, 2010 (UTC)Alex
- Of course, that was just an assumption. I don't know if SW decided to permanently ban the entire episode or just replace that segment with another skit. Wattamack4 01:59, February 12, 2010 (UTC)Alex
We have no "Last Appearance" template and there's no real reason to create one. Also, I'm fairly certain the Bookaneers episode reran after the controversy (it definitely made it to DVD), but I didn't bother to check what skit would have replaced it (that's common practice for Sesame, as with the Paul Reubens controversy). It's just that Entertainment Weekly doesn't bother to note the difference between a segment and an entire episode. Since it was only used twice, at best a note that it aired in 4163 as well could be added, but that's all. Even that is pretty much copntrary to our standard procedure. -- Andrew Leal (talk) 04:36, February 12, 2010 (UTC)
- Have any other segments beside Paul Reubens and Chris Brown been pulled from circulation because of ccontroversy? If so, might be worth thinking about putting information like that somewhere on here. -- Nate (talk) 22:57, February 12, 2010 (UTC)