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    Scrubs Error

    You used to be able to buy each season of Scrubs, but for some reason, Seasons 3 & 5 no longer have the "full season" purchase option anymore.

    #2
    It could be that an episode was removed by the studio (a lot of studios are removing certain episodes due to current political climate). Because of that it isn’t a full season so they can’t sell it as such. I discovered this trying to buy one of the seasons of another show. Vudu explained that to me.

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      #3
      Stop censoring art, wtf.

      Not that I recall any insensitive/inflammatory Scrubs episodes, but ignoring bad history dooms society to repeat it. Keep it, study it, learn from it, do better.

      I am pro BLM, but Disney needs to rerelease Song of the South for this very reason.

      Also, I didn't find out until later, but despite having purchased Penn & Teller's B.S. as complete seasons, two of the seasons are missing episodes for a fact (one about the Vatican, c'mon).

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        #4
        Not sure if it was those seasons, but there are a few instances where JD appears in “Black Face” to meet Turks friends (at his request). Elliot also appears in “Black Face” in one of JD’s day dreams as a combo of Turk and Elliot. In the current climate these are likely to have been removed

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          #5
          It's called "satire." Neither of those instances were promoting the practice.

          So f***ing stupid. What's next, is Tropic Thunder going to be removed from everyone's libraries? What about Django Unchained? Blazing Saddles is in trouble... *rolls eyes*

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            #6
            sadly, like it or not, this is the climate we live in...

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              #7
              So, South Park (which I love, but not as much as Scrubs) is untouched (it better be untouched), but because Bill Lawrence is feeling guilty about fleeting bits, we have to lose whole chunks of the series? Horsesh**. F***ing horsesh**.

              PUT THE EPISODES BACK, VUDU. LET PEOPLE MAKE THEIR OWN DECISIONS.

              This is literally like saying "because I'm on a diet, you aren't allowed to eat donuts." This is tantamount to book burning.

              I find the abusive relationships in Twilight & 50 Shades of Grey super offensive, but I don't begrudge anyone who wants to subject themselves to that the ability to do so. I don't want Catholics or Atheists telling me I can't watch or enjoy Kevin Smith's Dogma (which needs to be added to Vudu, please) because they don't agree with the content.

              At least Warner Bros. aren't cowards:



              "Presented as they were originally created, because to do otherwise would be the same as claiming these prejudices never existed."

              PUT THEM BACK.

              And upgrade them to HDX while you're at it.

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                #8
                Originally posted by TENIME View Post

                PUT THE EPISODES BACK, VUDU. LET PEOPLE MAKE THEIR OWN DECISIONS.
                This is the decision of the Studios, not Vudu. Vudu has to follow what the studio decides due to their licensing contracts. Your blame is on the wrong company.

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                  #9
                  Are DVD copies going to be pulled from shelves/websites, though? Because I see that being the difference between Vudu & Hulu/Netflix.

                  If I'd purchased the episodes prior to this ridiculousness, would they have removed them from my library?

                  I'm not trying to be sarcastic or combative, I'm genuinely asking.

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                    #10
                    They are going overboard on censoring these things NOW. Take the Golden Girls episode that was removed from Hulu and Vudu, and I'm guessing other streamers as well. The episode was removed due to "black face" but all it was was two of them women wearing a MUD MASK and saying "This is mud on our faces, we're not really black" and I just don't get how that one line would effect anyone? I'm guessing when AND IF Designing Women ever gets to be on Vudu, it will have the episode were Delta Burke was in black face as a Supreme removed, not even sure if Hulu removed that episode or not - yet.

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                      #11
                      I still say unless DVDs are being pulled from shelves & removed from websites, this is a different circumstance than Netflix or Hulu pulling the episodes.

                      Vudu is a store, not a streaming subscription.

                      If I bought the season physically, it would include these episodes. So it should be no different than buying it digitally.

                      Please put them back, Vudu, and I'll buy both seasons immediately.

                      Any blackface in Scrubs is done as satire. You aren't censoring South Park, are you (you better not be)? This isn't Al Jolson being racist. It's making fun of racist people. Why is making fun of terrible people bad?

                      Breakfast at Tiffany's is not only available to purchase, but on sale at the moment. I've never seen it, but I'm fairly certain Mickey Rooney's portrayal of an Asian-American isn't satire.

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                        #12
                        Originally posted by TENIME View Post
                        I still say unless DVDs are being pulled from shelves & removed from websites, this is a different circumstance than Netflix or Hulu pulling the episodes.

                        Vudu is a store, not a streaming subscription.

                        If I bought the season physically, it would include these episodes. So it should be no different than buying it digitally.

                        Please put them back, Vudu, and I'll buy both seasons immediately.

                        Any blackface in Scrubs is done as satire. You aren't censoring South Park, are you (you better not be)? This isn't Al Jolson being racist. It's making fun of racist people. Why is making fun of terrible people bad?

                        Breakfast at Tiffany's is not only available to purchase, but on sale at the moment. I've never seen it, but I'm fairly certain Mickey Rooney's portrayal of an Asian-American isn't satire.
                        I am not 100% certain on this, but if you bought them before they were pulled from the selling page, then I think you might still have them in your account (just like other titles that were bought before they are no longer available are still in the accounts of those that bought them)...however, they did pull them from future sales hence why they can't call it/sell it as a full season.

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