User: BrayBrayLMW

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Hello there fellow Lost Media Wiki besties! I'm that one guy you see in the edit logs named BrayBrayLMW, but you can call me BrayBray. I'm a lost media YouTuber, wiki contributor, and your average quirky dude who just so happens to have a profile picture of a buff green dinosaur.

I'm a funky editor and lurker on this website, and I love lost media and all the inner workings behind it... and if you dare defy me, I will send YoshiKiller2S after your guts.

I got introduced to the wonderful world of lawst meedya by YouTube (specifically blameitonjorge and LSuperSonicQ). I started my account in May 2020, but I have browsed the LMW much longer than that. I soon started making YouTube videos, met some extraordinary people, and the rest is history.

Below are some of the pages I have created here on the wiki. Feel free to edit these if you want, as my work is never perfect. You can also contact me on my talk page if you have any comments or questions.

Pages I Created[edit | edit source]

These are the pages I have written for the LMW, it's pretty self-explanatory if you get my drift and a mini-turbo.

Pages Date Other Info
Super Smash Bros. Slamfest '99 (lost livestream of promotional event for Nintendo 64 crossover fighting game; 1999) June 30, 2020

Lost Media Wiki's On The Hunt 5 Search!

๐ŸŒŸ Featured page (September 20, 2020 - January 27, 2021):

Guys look! It's the guy who created the Slamfest '99 article!

This live-streamed event where Super Smash Bros. characters duke it out really peaked my interest when both LSSQ and blameitonjorge covered it in their respective videos.

And good thing I did... because now the lost media community is finally giving it the attention deserves for their fifth "On The Hunt" search, so hurray!

New Super Mario Bros. (lost early builds of Nintendo DS 2D platformer; 2004-2006) August 22, 2020

๐ŸŒŸ Featured page (September 20, 2020 - January 27, 2021):

Hmm... another Nintendo article I suspect...

New Super Mario Bros. DS Boy DD XL Deluxe & Knuckles (featuring Dante from the Devil May Cry series) is one of my favorite games of all time, and its various early builds are so fascinating. The Cutting Floor Floor page is pretty bad, so I decided to make an article on the LMW.

I worked hard on this article (10 days) and I hope you take your time and read it. I tried to make it the best I could, so enjoy!

SpongeBob SquarePants "Shanghaied/You Wish" (lost English audio from alternate "Patchy the Pirate" segments; 2001) September 2, 2020 My first non-Nintendo article! This episode of SpongeBobby J. SquarePants The 2nd is very interesting, as it introduced SpongeBob to the idea of democracy...

I'm pretty surprised that there was no page for this already, as there are many pages related to SpongeBob here... so OOH! NAH! LEEDEELEEDEELEEDEE!

Super Mario Kart R (partially found early build of "Mario Kart 64"; 1995) September 27, 2020 Hey... I love Mario Kart...and Blue Shells...oh no...

I'm also surprised that there was no page for this either, so yours truly went to work! I had a hard time deciding if this should be considered Partially Found or Lost, but I decided to call it Partially Found because of the sweet, sweet, Nintendo Gigaleak...

Piano Lessons (lost early television series; 1931-1932) December 14, 2020 I have never played the piano, nor did I ever want piano lessons.

However, if you ever wanted to get piano lessons, Piano Lessons is the show for you! Unfortunately, I have bad news, Piano Lessons is ๐–•๐ž๐–—๐–’๐–†๐–“๐ž๐–“๐–™ ๐–‘๐–”๐–˜๐–™ ๐–’๐ž๐–‰๐–Ž๐–†.

So, one ominous and gloomy night on December 14th, 2020, I was whipping up a page for the one and only Lost Media Wiki, about (get ready to say this in a vampire voice) ๐“ช๐“ท ๐“ฎ๐“ญ๐“พ๐“ฌ๐“ช๐“ฝ๐“ฒ๐“ธ๐“ท๐“ช๐“ต ๐“น๐“ฒ๐“ช๐“ท๐“ธ-๐“ฝ๐“ฎ๐“ช๐“ฌ๐“ฑ๐“ฒ๐“ท๐“ฐ ๐“ฃ๐“ฅ ๐“ผ๐“ฑ๐“ธ๐”€ ๐“ฏ๐“ป๐“ธ๐“ถ ๐“ฝ๐“ฑ๐“ฎ ๐“ฎ๐“ช๐“ป๐“ต๐”‚ 1930๐“ผ!

So yeah, after a 1 1/2 month hiatus of making articles, I have awoken from my article-making slumber to provide you all with Piano Lessons. The show is self-explanatory, and if you know what The Television Ghost is, then it's basically that story but with Piano Lessons. Maybe they had that creepy ghost-thing play the piano as a special guest... but we may never find out.

SpongeBob Town (lost build of cancelled massively multiplayer online game based on Nickelodeon animated TV series; 2012) February 5, 2021

๐ŸŒŸ Featured page (April 13, 2021-):

Who lives in a department store in South Korea? SpongeBob Town!

SpongeBob Town was a pretty cool SpongeBob SquarePants-themed massively multiplayer online game much like Club Penguin and ToonTown that probably wasn't available in your country. Sadly... it got cancelled more than a Twitter community.

However, the search effort is still alive and well! It's got a Discord server and a rewritten project going on right now!

The Umizumiz (partially found unaired pilot episode of "Team Umizoomi" Nick Jr. CGI-animated/live-action TV series; 2008) March 29, 2021 We drivin' in our zipcar all over Metro City...

Yep, it's the Team Umizoomi pilot, it exists! Team Umizoomi is one of my favorite childhood shows, so no wonder I would be interested in the pilot for it. Not to mention the pilot also seems pretty different from the final show, as you can probably tell from dat fresh name. There was originally an article on the Wiki about it, but seems that someone from Team Umizoomi's target demographic wrote so yeah... RIP original The Umizumiz article...

(also the theme song is a bop, don't tell anyone tho ;)

Vic's Vacant Lot (lost ESPN/Nickelodeon children's sports TV series; 1982-1985) April 11, 2021 Sports lost media... yay...

Welp, this ain't your father's sports programming, this is Vic's Vacant Lot, a show that aired on both ESPN and Nickelodeon from 1982 to 1985 and hosted by tennis boi Vic Braden (not spelled with a y). It profiled sports sent in by the kids watching along, whether it was Jug Scoop Poop or Flame Runner Hide and Seek, it was always a fun time.

Sadly, it fell through the cracks of time and now it's lost... so yeah. I made this article because I just thought it was a pretty interesting concept that just so happened to become lost media.

Nickel Flicks (lost Nickelodeon children's TV series; 1979) May 13, 2021 The second super-ultra-mega obscure Nickelodeon show in a row... wow.

Nickel Flicks aired classic film serials and one-reelers from 1920s-40s, from stars such as Buster Crabbe, Tom Mix, Gene Autry, and Charlie Chaplin. Personally, I wouldn't be very interested in this concept alone if it weren't for one thing...

The show was hosted by the fellow Motormouth himself John Moschitta Jr., known for his rapid speech delivery and starring in commercials for companies such as FedEx and Micro Machines. He's a pretty cool guy with a pretty cool track record.

Sadly, it fell through the cracks of time and now it's lost just like Vic's Vacant Lot. And I took that one personally.

The Mouse Factory (partially found Disney live-action/animated TV series; 1972-1973) June 2, 2021 My 10th article on the wiki... we kinda made this a factory in itself didn't we?

Welcome to the The Mouse Factory (gears turn at the BrayBray article factory)! This partially found show is a fun one, where various live-action and animated segments (mainly involving Michael Mouse and Disney) are combined, with a different celebrity host per each episode. From the episodes and clips available, it's a pretty fun show!

I was first brought to the attention of this obscure part of Disney's history by the video "Lost Media: Disney Theme Parks Edition!" by Colin LooksBack, and I saw this cool Disney show and jumped on the case! Because, you know, I'm the obscure show guy now apparently.

Pocket Money (lost footage of cancelled Nickelodeon TV series; existence unconfirmed; 1979) July 1, 2021 An existence unconfirmed article? By me? I must be dreaming...

Pocket Money has always been somewhat of an inside joke between me and my friends, as we are the biggest early Nickelodeon enthusiasts. Basically, to give a brief explanation of what Pocket Money, it's a mysterious show that was mentioned in the very first press kit for Nickelodeon in 1979... and was never mentioned again... It's never been confirmed nor denied to exist, and there are a few theories on what exactly it was and what happened to it. I'll just keep it right here for now...

Now it's time to plan that 18 hour video on Pocket Money, though fourteen minutes should do for now...

Season Six Alternative Packaging Program (lost audio from phone number based on "The Simpsons" animated TV sitcom; 2005-2011) July 27, 2021 Yet another article inspired by a YouTube video!

This one comes from Kid Leaves Stoop's video about the The Simpsons Season 6 DVD box set controversy and the "Season 6 Alternate Packaging Program". It's a pretty cool video, and I recommend you watch it, but to summarize it here:

"Simpsons fans and DVD collectors were big mad at Homer box, Fox sets up program to get new box."

The lost media here is that there was a phone number you could call a phone number that had a totally-not-voiced-by-Dan Castellaneta Homer Simpson redirecting you to the site where you could order a new box. The phone number is now out of service and thus, the audio for the number has become lost media. Once I watched the video, I jumped at the chance to make an article like I always do!

Billion Dollar Freshmen (lost unaired pilot episode of "Lab Rats" Disney XD live-action comedy TV series; 2010) August 21, 2021 Ah... Lab Rats... the classic Disney XD show from... 4 years ago?????

However, before everyone's favorite bionic television program of things, a pilot was shot in 2010 with the working title Billion Dollar Freshmen, and it was quite different from what the show would eventually become.

Flash to me in July 2021, researching this pilot for this 2010's Disney XD show because my good friend is the C.E.O. of Lab Rats and thus he slapped it in a YouTube video that I edited. And then I thought "Hmmmm... this is perfect for an LMW article...". And thus, here we are. It's time for the billion dollar freshest article in existence.

Bing! The Sound of Something New (partially found Nickelodeon magazine TV series; 1995) September 13, 2021 It's Article! The Sound of Something New, I guess?

Bing! The Sound of Something New was a pretty obscure show that aired on Nickelodeon, and oooooh boy is it obscure. It only lasted three months in 1995 airing on, you guessed it, Nickelodeon.

The show was hosted by certified cool guy David Sidoni, who profiled various lifestyle topics such as music, fashion, sports, and technology. The show would also cover what it thought was in with the kids at the time.

I read a few IMDb reviews from the show, and from what I can tell, the show really wanted to be hip with the kids but just fell on its face doing so. No wonder this show failed... and became lost in the process.

So yeah, the show just became obscure and eventually gain lost media status for obvious reasons. What are you waiting for, just read the article already!

Kids' Court (partially found Nickelodeon non-traditional court TV series and other media; 1988-1994) October 17, 2021 Hey, it's finally time I took the kids to court.

Continuing my long heritage of old lost Nickelodeon shows, Kids' Court is an odd show. The quote-on-quote accurate portrayal of the American judicial system using kiddie problems makes for an... interesting show to say the least. Yet it's fascinating in both this aspect and with all the lost media surrounding it, including five pilots for the various versions of the show and a British version that are lost. What are ya waiting for? Click that cool link already... it's a read alright.

Pudding Toast (lost unaired pitch pilots of unsold Nickelodeon animated series; 2012) November 1st, 2021 Well, back to the grind of making these Nick articles...

Pudding Toast seemed to be some kind of pilot created and pitched to Nickelodeon by We Bare Bears creator Daniel Chong. We don't know exactly what it was, as little is known about it outside of a Tweet by the man himself as well as one single piece of concept art. But hey, if anyone wants to start yet another Nickelodeon search, Pudding Toast is a treasure trove waiting to be uncovered!

I was originally informed of this pilot my by my good friend kait's place (you should totally go check out their channel btw) as well as Kittycat-fox! You two are cool!

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This has been BrayBray, thanks for reading, and remember the Buff Yoshi is forever supreme. Love you all and see you next time! <3