I feel that most everything will see the light of day again, provided there are no major rights hurdles. Streaming Muppet Babies
will likely never be profitable enough to deal with licensing all the expensive clips it included; Mystery Science Theater 3000
would be cheaper, but more headache (lots of tiny little studios and rights holders) and likely lower value to a streaming service; I never knew how Comedy Central could play old Saturday Night Live
's as daytime filler (does SNL own the performances of all the songs?). Certainly anything where who owns the rights to _____ are unclear will have problems. Everything else, I expect it to get put up on streaming eventually. There just seems to be an unending need for more content from more and more services which thing they'll be the next Netflix. It's kind of amazing.
I always wondered why the nun slapped his wrist and said they had filthy mouths after Jake said she was 'up a creek.'