I don't mean shows that are obscure or unavailiable. I mean stuff that is really lost. I was reading the Wiki article on Joey Bishop's sitcom from the '60s when I saw this: The Joey Bishop Show (sitcom) - Wikipedia One Season 3 episode of The Joey Bishop Show is now considered lost. The episode, known only as #85, was filmed on November 15, 1963 and guest starred comedian and impressionist Vaughn Meader. Meader rose to fame in the early 1960s for his impersonation of then-President John F. Kennedy featured on the popular comedy album The First Family. The episode centered around Meader performing his Kennedy impersonation in routines opposite Joey Bishop. A week after filming, President Kennedy was assassinated in Dallas. President Kennedy's death promptly ended Meader's career – his club bookings and television appearances were quickly canceled and his albums were pulled from stores. The episode featuring Meader was scheduled to air in February 1964, but was pulled by NBC. The episode never aired and was reportedly destroyed. If it was only a week after filming, one has to wonder if the episode was even edited and scored.