And since BW is supposed to last until August or early September 2013, and seeing as there are still places, characters, and elements of both Black & White and Black 2 & White 2 left unadapted, there's more than enough Unova left to fill that time.
Oh, and as long as the preview for BW023 keeps running after BW022, no-one in Japan is forgetting.
Porygon incident here, where the episode was the direct cause of the problem and thus was banned forever. There is no reason that, after a long time has passed since this natural disaster, they can't air those episodes. They don't need to have a disclaimer mentioning their postponement or the disaster at all, they can just air them.
....What the hell do the writers have to do with anything? The airing of those episodes is entirely up to the people at TV Tokyo, not the writing staff. Oh, wait, you're probably one of the many under the false impression that the two-parter was the start of a big plot with Team Plamsa that got scrapped by the writers after the postponement. Er, NO. The two-parter was the conclusion of the Team Rocket plot that had been going on up to that point; Team Plasma were essentially special guest stars. Afterwards, things would have gone the same as always, with Team Rocket back in white and only Dr. Zager left over from the first arc. Heck, up to the Nimbasa Subway episodes were already well into production before the disaster postponed that two-parter. Nothing would have changed if the two-parter had aired.The longer time goes on, the less the writers will be inclined to trying to bring back a long-gone plot that will just get easier and easier to ignore in favor of new ones.
Except that BW doesn't end after the League, it ends at the end of Summer in 2013 following the 16th movie.By the time the League ends and there will be even the *slightest* inclination to bring back the episodes, we'll be near March and the 2nd anniversary of the very disaster that got them canceled out of sensitivity in the first place. ...No comment on the idea of them airing after BW is finished.
I hate to break this to you, but Gennesect is a Gen 5 Pokemon, NOT a Gen 6 Pokemon. Created by Team Plasma, at that.Oh boy, time for round #2671 of Gen 6 discussion/arguing *ding*! As I mentioned earlier, we are steadfastly approaching the League. Additionally, Meloetta and its theoretical movie were tossed away as Genesect was mysteriously revealed far in advance of the proper time. Given past League air times and the recent confirmation that Masuda plans things out with the movie and anime producers; these can only mean one thing: Gen 6 will be announced next February, the next movie will begin advertising it, and new games will come in September. At that point I doubt the writers would be concerned with focusing on old content that was never even introduced.
Also, last I checked, Masuda was unsure about making a Gen 6 yet since he didn't think the 3DS had a substantial enough consumer base.
And there you go again with "the writers". The writers don't mean crap in whether or not the episodes air.
You mean the one where he's under the impression the episodes need to be retconned in order to air? No thanks.See Dogasu's humongous article. There's no way I can try saying more than it.