Though Gilcrest took nowhere near as much as the damage that Windsor did, this clip was short enough to put up here. Also, I have a self-imposed time limit for non-Break Time/Elements videos (which is 2 minutes), and the Windsor coverage was WAY over two minutes. All copyrights acknowledged, no infringement intended.
Courtesy of iLoveClassicTV. According to the IMDb, this is from "Critter Gitters" (which I know nothing of, as it was extremely obscure). Appparently, Watercourse Road was owned by the Parents Television Council, a pro-censorship agency commited to ending so-called "indecency" in the media. All copyrights acknowledged, no infringement intended.
Third break of Oprah, as follows: Kohl's/Dairy Queen Blizzards/A Dog of Flanders/Eclipse (NOT the present gum product, but a short-lived fruit drink) As of this video, I'm bringing back the "All copyrights acknowledged, no infringement intended" disclaimer.
From takingaction4you on YouTube. These facets of KOAT's broadcast day aired on 9/1/1997. At this time, the station was owned by now-defunct Pulitzer, who sold its stations (such as KOAT, KCCI Des Moines, WXII Winston-Salem/Greensboro, KETV Omaha among others) to Hearst-Argyle in 1999. Here's a link to his channel: http://www.youtube.com/takingaction4you