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Dr. SeussEdit

This is what the March 1997 re-prints of the early 1970s Dr. Seuss specials on VHS should have looked like to promote the 40th anniversary of the Cat in the Hat.

Video Release date
1 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment logo August 1995
2 Trailer for Turbo: A Power Rangers Movie Q4 1996
3 CBS/FOX Video logo November 1984
4 The Dr. Seuss TV specials themselves 1971-1975
5 CBS/FOX Video warning screen 1984

These videos would be closed-captioned by The Caption Center at WGBH.

My Little Pony (1984-1987)Edit

BroadcastsEdit

After repeats on syndication ends in 1989, My Little Pony would have moved to Nickelodeon in September of that year, and aired there until July 1992 before My Little Pony Tales premieres on The Disney Channel, then the series would return to Nickelodeon in 1997 and air through 2000.

VHS TapesEdit

All home video releases would be from Paramount Home Entertainment. Every video is closed-captioned by the National Captioning Institute, and runs for about 60 minutes (45 minutes for four videos). The videos are:

  1. The End of Flutter Valley: Part 1 (March 1988)
  2. The End of Flutter Valley: Part 2 (June 1988)
  3. The Ghost of Paradise Estate/The Great Rainbow Caper (September 1988)
  4. The Glass Princess/Pony Puppy (December 1988)
  5. Bright Lights/Sweet Stuff and the Treasure Hunt (March 1989)
  6. The Return of Tambelon/Little Piece of Magic (June 1989)
  7. The Magic Coins/Mish Mash Melee (September 1989)
  8. Woe is Me/Fugitive Flowers/Would Be Dragonslayer (February 1990)
  9. Baby, It's Cold Outside/Crunch the Rockdog (June 1990)
  10. The Revolt of Paradise Estate/Through the Door (October 1990)
  11. The Quest of the Princess Ponies/Spike's Search (March 1991)
  12. The Golden Horseshoes/Flight to Cloud Castle (July 1991)
  13. The Ice Cream Wars/Somnambula/The Prince and the Ponies (November 1991)

The first five videos each open with the 1980 Paramount Home Video warning screen and the 1987 Paramount logo (with the byline "A Gulf+Western Company").

"The Return of Tambelon" and "The Magic Coins" contain the "A Gulf+Western Company" variant of the Paramount Home Video "Feature Presentation" logo and warning screen, followed by the 1987 Paramount logo like in the first five videos.

All the rest of the videos use the "A Paramount Communications Company" byline on all Paramount logos.

At the end of each video are the 1983 Sunbow Productions/Marvel Productions Ltd. logo and the Paramount Television logo with the appropriate byline.

In 1996, all videos are re-printed to contain the following:

1 Paramount Home Video logo (with "A Viacom Company" byline)
2 Promo for Paramount Family Favorites
3 Paramount Home Video logo/"Feature Presentation" (Viacom variant)
4 Paramount Home Video warning screen
5 Paramount Home Video logo, again
6 My Little Pony Intro
7 The My Little Pony episodes of your choice
8 My Little Pony End Credits
9 Sunbow Productions/Marvel Productions Ltd. logo
10 Paramount Television logo (with "A Viacom Company" byline)

The videos continue selling through 2002.

Barney & FriendsEdit

BroadcastsEdit

Much the same as it was since it first aired, except the 25th episode of Season 1 would have been "Green Thumbs!", which teaches kids all about plant life and plant science. The episode would have aired on May 8, 1992 (two days before Mother's Day), had the guests from "A World of Music" not been able to appear on the show.

Plot: It's Mother's Day, and everyone brought in plants for their mothers to school today. That is, all except Kathy, because she is having trouble finding the right kind of flowers to bring her mother. Therefore, it's up to Barney and the boys to help Kathy decide what flowers to give her mom.

Starring: Barney, Michael, Derek, Shawn, and Kathy

Songs:

  1. Barney Theme Song
  2. Help Protect the Earth
  3. Growing
  4. And the Green Grass Grows All Around
  5. Oats, Peas, Beans and Barley Grow
  6. Here We Go Round The Mulberry Bush
  7. Mister Sun
  8. Everyone is Special
  9. I Love You

Differences between this episode and A World of Music:

  • There are nine songs in both episodes.
  • Michael and Kathy both wear the same clothes from Happy Birthday, Barney!, and Kathy also wears the same hairstyle from Let's Help Mother Goose!.
  • Derek and Shawn both wear the same clothes from A World of Music.
  • This would have been the first episode to feature only one girl (Kathy). The actual first episode to do so was An Adventure in Make-Believe.
  • Kathy sings the first verse of "I Love You" herself, then everyone else joins in in the second verse.

And like every other episode of Barney & Friends, the Barney Says segment would be removed in November 1997, and the episode would NOT have made its way to PBS Kids Sprout in September 2007, since A World of Music didn't air there.

Of course, had this happened, the Season 6 episode "How Does Your Garden Grow?" would have been a semi-remake of this episode.

DVDsEdit

The Complete First Season (October 7, 2003)Edit

Each episode would have the following:

  1. Barney & Friends (Season 1 Version)
  2. The episodes themselves
  3. Barney Says segment
  4. End Credits (Original Season 1 Version)
  5. HiT Entertainment logo (with the words "Distributed worldwide by HiT Entertainment")

Supplements:

  • All 30 episodes in 6 Discs (with "Green Thumbs!" instead of "A World of Music")
  • Audio: English (Dolby Digital 2.0 Stereo)
  • Subtitles: English SDH

The Complete Second Season (October 12, 2004)Edit

Each episode would have the following:

  1. Barney & Friends (Season 2 Version)
  2. The episodes themselves
  3. Barney Says segment
  4. End Credits (Season 2 Version)
  5. Funding Credits
  6. PBS Kids logo (1993-1999)
  7. HiT Entertainment logo (with the words "Distributed worldwide by HiT Entertainment")

Supplements:

  • All 18 episodes in 4 Discs
  • Audio: English (Dolby Digital 2.0 Stereo)
  • Subtitles: English SDH

This DVD set would have been the only one in HIT Entertainment's entire collection to feature the P-Pals ident.

The Complete Third Season (October 11, 2005)Edit

Each episode would have the following:

  1. Barney & Friends (Season 3 Version)
  2. The episodes themselves
  3. Barney Says segment
  4. Short End Credits (Season 3 Version)
  5. HiT Entertainment logo (with the words "Distributed worldwide by HiT Entertainment")

Supplements:

  • All 20 episodes in 4 Discs
  • Audio: English (Dolby Digital 2.0 Stereo)
  • Subtitles: English SDH

All three seasons would be closed-captioned by the Media Access Group at WGBH, in the format done since Season 7 (2002), instead of by Caption Technologies, Inc..

KidsongsEdit

VHS TapesEdit

The 1990 prints of all Kidsongs videos would be the first with closed captions, courtesy of the National Captioning Institute. These captions are later retained when re-printed in 1993.

For the 1993 prints, here's what the videos comprise of:

Video Release date
1 Warner Bros. FBI warning screen 1984
2 View-Master Video/Warner Bros. Records/Together Again Video Productions/Kidsongs logos 1990
3 The Kidsongs video episode of your choice 1985-1990
4 Together Again Video Productions/Warner Bros. Records/View-Master Video logos 1990
5 Kidsongs videos trailer #6 1993

BroadcastsEdit

No changes whatsoever for this show's broadcast schedules on PBS, except the closed captions for Seasons 2-3 (1995-1997) would be closed-captioned by the National Captioning Institute. However, Season 1 of the TV series remains closed-captioned by The Caption Center at WGBH.

Then later, had ABC Family acquired the rights for Kidsongs TV Show, it most likely would have premiered there in January 2002, having broadcasted all 26 episodes and most of the video episodes from 1985-1993, except Very Silly Songs and We Wish You a Merry Christmas (due to the time lengths of those episodes), for a total of 39 episodes. Each episode would have the end credits compressed, like all other shows. In addition, the "Write to the Kidsongs kids" message would be removed.

The TV Show would be closed-captioned by VITAC, while the home video episodes retain their NCI closed captions. The show would remain on ABC Family until 2003.

DVDsEdit

Music Video Shows (2002-2003)Edit

Instead of being sold to Image Entertainment, Sony Wonder continues co-distributing Kidsongs through the end of 2006, and the DVDs are therefore released by Warner Home Video. Release dates are exactly the same as they were when Image Entertainment distributed the DVDs.

Each disc begins with the Warner Home Video and Sony Wonder logos, and the episodes themselves start with the most recent Together Again Productions and Kidsongs logos (the ones you see today on Digital Video).

The Complete First Season (September 2, 2003)Edit

Synopsis: This PBS favorite follows the adventures of the Kidsongs Kids as they put on their own TV show “made by kids, for kids and starring kids”. It’s a brilliant combination of kid’s music, sing along fun and story lines that address important subjects like teamwork, the environment and honesty. Each show has 8 fabulous kids music videos and special guests including: Raven Symone, gymnasts Bart Conner with Nadia Comaneci, a race car driver and even a dinosaur expert. This Award winning series is perfect for kids of all ages.

Supplements:

  • All 30 episodes in 6 Discs
  • Audio: English (Dolby Digital 2.0 Stereo)
  • Closed-captioned by the National Captioning Institute.
  • Distributed by Warner Home Video and Sony Wonder.

The Complete Second Season (July 1, 2004)Edit

Synopsis: This PBS favorite follows the adventures of the Kidsongs Kids as they put on their own TV show “made by kids, for kids and starring kids”. It’s a brilliant combination of kid’s music, sing along fun, and story lines that address important subjects like sharing, being a good friend and learning about other cultures. Each show has 8 fabulous kids music videos and special guests including: Debbie Gibson, animal experts, an astronomer and even a line dance teacher! This Award winning series is perfect for kids of all ages.

Supplements:

  • All 20 episodes in 4 Discs
  • Audio: English (Dolby Digital 2.0 Stereo)
  • Closed-captioned by the National Captioning Institute.
  • Distributed by Warner Home Video and Sony Wonder.

The Complete Third Season (May 3, 2005)Edit

Synopsis: This PBS favorite follows the adventures of the Kidsongs Kids as they put on their own TV show “made by kids, for kids and starring kids”. It’s a brilliant combination of kid’s music, sing along fun and story lines that address important subjects like being respectful, safety and overcoming fears. Each show has 8 fabulous kids music videos and special guests including: percussionist Sheila E, firemen, exotic animals and a monster truck driver. This Award winning series is perfect for kids of all ages.

Supplements:

  • All 20 episodes in 4 Discs
  • Audio: English (Dolby Digital 2.0 Stereo)
  • Closed-captioned by the National Captioning Institute.
  • Distributed by Warner Home Video and Sony Wonder.

The Syndicated Series (March 7, 2006)Edit

Synopsis: This award winning series of The Kidsongs Sing Along Show aired on the Disney Channel for four years. It follows the exploits of an energetic all kid cast who put on their own kid’s music video television show. The twist is that all the music videos are of children’s songs and star the charismatic Kidsongs Kids. The Kids also play the roles of hosts, writers, producers, cast and crew. Their motto -- “Made by kids, for kids and starring kids” -- and kids love it! Perfect for kids of all ages.

Supplements:

  • All 26 episodes in 5 Discs
  • Audio: English (Dolby Digital 2.0 Mono)
  • Closed-captioned by SDI Media Group.
  • Distributed by Warner Home Video and Sony Wonder.

Sonic the HedgehogEdit

Had DiC Entertainment ever made a third (and very final) season for the Saturday morning Sonic the Hedgehog cartoon, it would have had an additional 14 episodes to make a total of 40. This season would feature two new characters -- Naugus, the new main antagonist, and Amy Rose, in her classic design, and about the same age as Tails here.

Original broadcasts of this season would have aired on ABC from September 1995 to December 1995, with reruns continuing through 1996, and later on the USA Action Extreme Team from 1997 to 1998.

Adventures of Sonic the HedgehogEdit

BroadcastsEdit

This show would have made a second special episode called "Sonic's Valentine's Day Special" (the first being Sonic Christmas Blast), which would have aired on the USA Network, under the USA Action Extreme Team block. In this special, classic Amy (depicted as an 8 year old) would make her second appearance in a Sonic cartoon (the first being Season 3 of the SatAM Sonic cartoon). It starts off when Scratch and Grounder kidnap her and deliver her to Dr. Robotnik, and Sonic and Tails must rescue her from ending up having to date with him for Valentine's Day.

Tracey Moore, the voice of Princess Toadstool in the last two Mario cartoons from 1990-1991, and Serena in the first 11 episodes of Sailor Moon, would be the voice actress for Amy in this special, and Romy Mendoza (who voiced Sonia in Sonic Underground) would provide her Spanish language voice. Chris Turner, on the other hand, retains his Tails voice.

This special episode's premiere date would be February 11, 1997, after production ends in 1996. It also would have reran at least once on USA Network in February 1998, and around all Valentine's Days from 1999 to 2002 on Toon Disney. The closed captions would have been done by the National Captioning Institute, who also did Sonic Christmas Blast. The VHS, however, is closed-captioned by the Caption Center at WGBH.

VHSEdit

Had Sonic's Valentine's Day Special been made and previously aired on the USA Network, the VHS release would've looked like this:

Video Creation date
1 Green warning screens September 1991
2 Buena Vista Home Video logo 1989
3 Video preview for Beauty and the Beast: The Enchanted Christmas June 1997
4 Video preview for Peter Pan August 1997
5 Video preview for Hercules August 1997
6 Video preview for George of the Jungle June 1997
7 ABC Promo: "Sundays This November" August 1997
8 Feature Program October 1997
9 DiC Toon Time Video logo 1992
10 Adventures of Sonic the Hedgehog Intro September 1993

The release date of this video would be in October 1997.

Legends of the Hidden TempleEdit

No changes.

All ThatEdit

No changes, especially with the removal of the musical guests' performances from every episode reran since 2011.

PokemonEdit

VHS TapesEdit

Opening to Pocket Monsters (Closed Captioned) Vol. 1:

Video Creation date
1 Warner Home Video FBI warning screen 1984
2 Warner Home Video logo 1996-1997
3 Media Factory logo late 1990s
4 Pocket Monsters Season 1 intro (with translating English closed captions) April 1997

Release date: November 24, 1998. Closed-captioned by the National Captioning Institute.

The Amanda ShowEdit

No changes to the television broadcasts, but had the fourth and fifth volumes on DVD been released on time as scheduled, Vol. 4: Penelope's Picks (July 12, 2005) would have had episodes 18, 27, 30 and 31, and Vol. 5: Trudy's Duties (September 20, 2005) would have had episodes 21, 32, 37 and 40.

Kirby: Right Back at Ya!Edit

BroadcastsEdit

This is what Kirby: Right Back at Ya! would look like if it was licensed by ABC Kids, instead of the FoxBox/4Kids TV. It would have been one of the first shows aired on that block (ABC Kids), as the block premiered on September 14, 2002. New episodes would air every Saturday morning, and at the end of each season, the whole season would then air as reruns until the next season premieres.

The show itself would be produced by Sony Pictures Television, and therefore, the licensor for the DVDs and VHS tapes would be Sony Pictures (formerly Columbia Tristar) Home Entertainment, as most Columbia and Tristar Pictures films aired on ABC after their theatrical releases.

Its timeslot on ABC Kids would have been 10:00 a.m. (in place of Lizzie McGuire) from 2002 to 2004 (Seasons 1-2), and 9:30 a.m. (originally in place of Fillmore!) from 2004 to 2006 (Seasons 3-4).

Here are some differences between the FoxBox/4Kids TV version and ABC Kids version:

  • The classification rating would be just TV-Y7 instead of TV-Y7-FV.
  • All 100 episodes would be closed-captioned by The Caption Center at WGBH, and also support SAP (Second Audio Program), where in this case, the second audio track is the DVS (Descriptive Video Service) soundtrack.
  • After the end credits, a shortened version of the Nintendo logo (from the first three Pokemon films) plays over the last notes of the Kirby theme song. Following that, either the 2001 Columbia Tristar Domestic Television logo (first 13 episodes) or the 2002 Sony Pictures Television logo (later episodes) would appear.

Episode list for Season 1 (2002-2003):

Episode No. Episode Title Broadcast date
1 Kirby Comes to Cappy Town September 14, 2002
2 A Blockbuster Battle September 21, 2002
3 Kirby's Duel Role September 28, 2002
4 A Dark and Stormy Knight October 5, 2002
5 Beware of Whispy Woods October 12, 2002
6 Un-Reality TV October 19, 2002
7 Kirby's Egg-Cellent Adventure October 26, 2002
8 Curio's Curious Discovery November 2, 2002
9 The Fofa Factor November 9, 2002
10 Hail to the Chief November 16, 2002
11 The Big Taste Test November 23, 2002
12 Escargoon Squad November 30, 2002
13 The Pillow Case December 7, 2002
14 Kirby's Pet Peeve December 14, 2002
15 A Fish Called Kine December 21, 2002
16 Cappy New Year December 28, 2002
17 The Thing About the Ring January 4, 2003
18 Flower Power January 11, 2003
19 Here Comes the Son January 18, 2003
20 Dedede's Snow Job January 25, 2003
21 A Princess in Dis-dress February 1, 2003
22 Island of the Lost Warrior February 8, 2003
23 The Empty Nest Mess February 15, 2003
24 Ninja Binge February 22, 2003
25 Like Mother, Like Snail March 1, 2003
26 Hour of the WolfWrath March 8, 2003

Episode list for Season 2 (2003-2004):

Episode No. Episode Title Broadcast date
27 The Flower Plot September 13, 2003
28 Labor Daze September 20, 2003
29 A Spice Odyssey September 27, 2003
30 Hatch Me if You Can October 4, 2003
31 Abusement Park October 11, 2003
32 A Dental Dilemma October 18, 2003
33 Junk Jam October 25, 2003
34 A Recipe for Disaster November 1, 2003
35 The Kirby Derby (Part 1) November 8, 2003
36 The Kirby Derby (Part 2) November 15, 2003
37 Watermelon Felon November 22, 2003
38 A Novel Approach November 29, 2003
39 Escar-Gone December 6, 2003
40 Monster Management December 13, 2003
41 Prediction Predicament (Part 1) December 20, 2003
42 Prediction Predicament (Part 2) December 27, 2003
43 Sheepwrecked January 3, 2004
44 War of the Woods January 10, 2004
45 Scare Tactics (Part 1) January 17, 2004
46 Scare Tactics (Part 2) January 24, 2004
47 Pink-Collar Blues January 31, 2004
48 Tourist Trap February 7, 2004
49 Cartoon Buffoon February 14, 2004
50 Don't Bank on It February 21, 2004
51 Kirby Takes the Cake February 28, 2004

Episode list for Season 3 (2004-2005):

Episode No. Episode Title Broadcast date
52 Snack Attack (Part 1) August 28, 2004
53 Snack Attack (Part 2) September 4, 2004
54 One Crazy Knight September 11, 2004
55 Sweet and Sour Puss September 18, 2004
56 Dedede's Pet Threat September 25, 2004
57 A Half-Baked Battle October 2, 2004
58 eNeMeE Elementary October 9, 2004
59 The Meal Moocher October 16, 2004
60 Crusade for the Blade October 23, 2004
61 Fitness Fiend October 30, 2004
62 Mabel Turns the Tables November 6, 2004
63 Something to Sneeze At November 13, 2004
64 The Kirby Quiz November 20, 2004
65 Masher 2.0 November 27, 2004
66 The Chill Factor December 4, 2004
67 The School Scam December 11, 2004
68 Delivery Dilemma December 18, 2004
69 Trick or Trek December 25, 2004
70 Buccaneer Birdy January 1, 2005
71 A Whale of a Tale January 8, 2005

Episode list for Season 4 (2005):

Episode No. Episode Title Broadcast date
72 Waddle While You Work June 4, 2005
73 Dedede's Raw Deal June 11, 2005
74 Caterpillar Thriller June 18, 2005
75 Fossil Fools (Part 1) June 25, 2005
76 Fossil Fools (Part 2) July 2, 2005
77 Dedede's Monsterpiece July 9, 2005
78 Right-Hand Robot July 16, 2005
79 Goin' Bonkers July 23, 2005
80 Power Ploy July 30, 2005
81 A Trashy Tale August 6, 2005
82 Cooking Up Trouble August 13, 2005
83 Teacher's Threat August 20, 2005
84 Mumbies Madness August 27, 2005
85 A Sunsational Puzzle September 3, 2005
86 A Chow Challenge September 10, 2005
87 Waste Mismanagement September 17, 2005
88 Shell-Shocked September 24, 2005
89 Tooned Out October 1, 2005
90 Born to Be Mild (Part 1) October 8, 2005
91 Born to Be Mild (Part 2) October 15, 2005
92 Hunger Struck October 22, 2005
93 D'Preciation Day October 29, 2005
94 Cowardly Creature November 5, 2005
95 Frog Wild November 12, 2005
96 Air Ride-in-Style (Part 1) November 19, 2005
97 Air Ride-in-Style (Part 2) November 26, 2005
98 Cappy Town Down December 3, 2005
99 Combat Kirby December 10, 2005
100 Fright to the Finish December 17, 2005

Following the rebroadcasts of the last season from December 24, 2005 to July 8, 2006, the first eight episodes would air one more time from July 15 to September 2, 2006, the week before its 9:30 a.m. timeslot gets occupied by The Replacements, a brand-new TV series at that time.

DVDsEdit

Main article: List of Scratchpad ideas: Kirby series

My Little Pony: Friendship is MagicEdit

Main article: List of Scratchpad ideas: My Little Pony

Sonic BoomEdit

No changes.

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