I keep flagging a certain comment on one of my questions for elimination, and it keeps getting denied.
The comment is from DustinDavis
Similar thing happened to "The Riches" which was caused by a writer's strike. Damn good show, what a shame. – DustinDavis Apr 26 '13 at 3:44
The question refers to DVDs that have had episodes omitted from their release. DustinDavis' comment refers to "a similar thing happening to the Riches due to the writer's strike". Investigation of The Riches reveals there were no episodes omitted from any of their DVD releases at all.
Wikipedia says there were 13 episodes in the first season and 7 in the second season. Wikipedia says there were 13 episodes released on the US DVD of the first season and 7 in the US DVD release of the second season. The second season was cut short by the writers strike and left without a conclusion; Wikipedia notes the potential for a followup film to conclude the show. This has nothing to do with series being released on DVD that have had episodes omitted from their releases. The show the question refers to was not cut short at all; episodes were omitted from the DVD releases.
The comment is not relevant. There was no "similar thing".
I've flagged it for removal due to irrelevance several times, and each time it is denied removal.
History of removal requests:
100% irrelevant. Whatever this "Riches" incident he's referring to, it has nothing to do with missing episodes on DVD releases. – JoshDM Jan 13 '14 at 16:37 declined
irrelevant; as I pointed in the follow-up comment, out the poster is not referring to something that happened to both The Riches and The Tick. Whatever it is, he's confused. – JoshDM Feb 20 at 15:26 declined
has nothing to do with the question. – JoshDM 23 hours ago declined
not constructive – JoshDM Jan 2 '14 at 19:43 declined
not constructive – JoshDM Jul 29 '14 at 19:40 declined
Why is this being denied?
I have applied a new follow-up comment @DustinDavis to see if he'll remove it for irrelevance.