Arriving just one week before the incredibly successful sitcom’s two-part clip show and two-part series finale, “The Puerto Rican Day” couldn’t have arrived at a worse time. The episode sees Kramer burning and stomping on the Puerto Rican flag, much to the disdain of countless viewers. It was removed from syndication, but can still be seen on some networks.
To celebrate their 200th and 201st episodes, South Park went all out and mocked countless celebrities from past episodes—including the depiction of a religious prophet that was immediately seen as incredibly controversial. The episode was never re-aired and is still unavailable on Netflix, iTunes, Hulu, Amazon, and other Video On Demand services.
At this point in Friends’s run, the show was pretty much unstoppable. However, the tragedy that occurred on 9/11 meant that the show’s airport-heavy episode needed to be pulled because of a subplot involving a bomb threat.
February 10th, 1976: the day the Wicked Witch of the West wreaked havoc on Sesame Street. Margaret Hamilton, again playing the role of the iconic Wizard of Oz villain, did such a good job reprising her role that children were traumatized and PBS had to completely remove the episode from circulating.
Many will recognize this iconic Nickelodeon cartoon and appreciate how enjoyable it was back in the day, but no one knows how it was really supposed to end. The network pulled the show’s finale when they saw a cut that followed the Beavers as they slowly entered an existential crisis upon receiving a letter that they were living in a cartoon that was now cancelled.