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TV wish meme

Gacked from vilakins

The TV fairy wants to grant you some magic wishes.

You can go back in time and erase from the fabric of TV history THREE individual episodes of any TV show you want! The rest of the series will not be altered. What do you choose?



You can go back in time and erase from the fabric of TV history THREE individual episodes of any TV show you want! The rest of the series will not be altered. What do you choose?

Three episodes of Blake's 7: Headhunter, Animals, and Dawn of the Gods.


You can go back in time and revive ONE unfairly cancelled television show and return it to the annals of TV history! CHOOSE WISELY, because if you attempt to revive more than one show, the wish will backfire and you'll instead be treated to a whole bunch of crappy made-for-TV "reunion" movies full of replacement actors.

Revive Birds of Prey. So at least I can get it on DVD.


To balance out the historical TV viewing schedule, you now have the power to retroactively CANCEL, at any point during the series, any one show! Alternately, you can wield your destructive might and DELETE one whole entire series from ever having been made.

Delete the entire 5th Season of Xena: Warrior Princess. Boy, did that season suck. Got the show cancelled. Perversely, the final season was great.


LIFE AND DEATH! You can now bring ONE character back from the dead... and, to restore the balance, you must also kill off a character! They don't have to be from the same fandom.

Henry Blake from M*A*S*H. The most heartless, pointless, unnecessary and improbable death of any TV character ever.

Kill off Ron Stoppable from Kim Possible.


Bonus tradeoff: you can delete a single scene, relationship pairing, or plot arc that gave you hives from any series... AND you can plug in any one [scene, pairing, plot arc] that you never got to see!

Remove the entire Carver plot arc from Nip/Tuck. I know they were just trying to send up ludicrous plot arcs, but this went too far over the top.

Plug in the plot arc where Servalan impregnates Avon with her cloned offspring. There's nowhere near enough mpreg on television.

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sallymn
9th Apr, 2007 09:26 (UTC)
I'm with you on Dawn of the Gods, yes.
(Anonymous)
3rd Nov, 2007 07:02 (UTC)
Episode cut
Naw, I'd have to agree totally with Animals. It was even embarrassing to watch the first time I saw it.
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