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Although ten episodes were produced for season five, only nine episodes aired. An episode entitled "Boston" was scheduled to air as part of season five, but Adult Swim pulled it to avoid further controversy surrounding the Boston bomb scare. All episodes in season five were written and directed by series creators Matt Maiellaro and Dave Willis. Season five features guest appearances from various people and comedians. Paul F. Tompkins had an unknown role in "Boston".
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The incident led to Turner Broadcasting and Interference being required to pay a combined 2 million dollars in damages, plus the resignation of Cartoon Network general manager and executive vice president Jim Samples. In response to the incident, an episode of ATHF titled "Boston" intended as Season 5's opening episode was produced, although it was never aired due to Adult Swim's fear of inciting any further backlash regarding the incident. Since the episode's creation, it has only been publicly discussed on a few rare occasions by ATHF creators Dave Willis and Matt Maiellaro; aside from said discussions, the only other official acknowledgment of "Boston"'s existence was in an episode listing that appeared on Adult Swim's now-defunct ATHF website, where its description was given simply as a question mark. The episode is said to have gone through several re-writes and edits due to intervention from Adult Swim, who were on the fence regarding the episode throughout its entire production period , resulting in the existence of a total of 3 different versions of "Boston", all of which were ultimately rejected; scant more information on the episode has been divulged and when asked whether or not it was ever going to receive a release, Willis replied "Yes, as soon as Boston gives us back our money. Notably, following the release of "Rude Removal" the infamous unaired episode of Dexter's Laboratory , which came to fruition largely as a result of fan interest, campaigning and word of mouth, a campaign was organised by Pan-Pizza a prevalent online animation commentator who had previously campaigned, via petitions and the like, to have "Rude Removal" released , though unfortunately, Adult Swim gave no response of any kind.