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Thanks to the advent of streaming services, pretty much every episode of a TV show you want to see is out there — almost. There are some TV show episodes that have been lost or banned outrightand a few may not even exist at all. Other lost episodes of popular TV shows like Doctor Who 's "The Power of the Daleks," are not only known to be real, but are some of the most sought-after pieces of media of all time. Who knows — even episodes of your favorite television series may have been lost to history.
Either the people in charge hated the episode, or circumstances led to the program being shuffled around until it disappeared. That's up Lost episodes of cartoons you to decide — if you ever get a chance to see them. A rumored lost episode of The Simpsons" Dead Bart ," is supposedly based around the idea that Matt Groening has the power to accurately predict the deaths of every guest star from the show.
Not only that, but he put that power on full display by animating an episode showing each stars' pd date of death. SpongeBob SquarePants has a devoted following, and for good reason. If you're a fan, you've probably seen every episode of this super-colorful, hyper-cheerful underseas romp — except one.
The source, who claims to have seen the episode while interning at Nickelodeon, says there was an investigation into the footage, but that nothing came of it. Tom and Jerry had a simple comedic dynamic in their cartoon shorts: Tom was the vicious cat, Jerry the clever mouse.
But according to some internet users, that dynamic supposedly turned deadly in the short " Tom's Basement. In the cartoon, Tom's abusive owner warns the cat to stay away from the basement. In fact, he violently hurts Tom whenever he so much as sleeps next to the door. Jerry begins using this situation to his advantage, fooling the cat into chasing him to the basement and hiding when the owner loses it.
The situation reaches a boiling point, and Jerry ends up murdering the owner.
Tom and Jerry hide his body in the basement, but Jerry ends up killing the cat, too. The rumored lost episode of Ed, Edd, 'n Eddy was according to internet legend mistakenly aired in The head writer was sick with the flu, and Cartoon Network had planned on re-airing an old episode.
Instead, they showed something viewers reportedly found pretty disturbing. Allegedly, the characters act weird, the animation is very choppy, and as the episode goes along it gets even odder.
Of course there's no proof such an episode exists, except in the recollections of anonymous creepypasta posters. The Simpsons — "Dead Bart". Tom And Jerry — "Tom's Basement".Lost episodes of cartoons
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