Indeed. But I don't think they're still considering it. Well... then we have to go back to the whole culture gap between Africa and the US. In Africa it effects more kids than it does in the US. HIV/AIDs in Africa affects quite a large number of adults and Kids. In the US, while kids are affected by such, it seems more like an adult problem. By and large it affects more adults than kids. While it would be great to see SS handle an episode or special where a child has to deal with a sickly parent (doesn't matter what the ailement), I could not see them doing something as bold as this. Political dislike of the military specials aside, that's the boldest thing they've done since the 2002 Hooper's Store fire episode (we all know what the episode was made for, and speaking apolitically I appaluded them for that). We could then let this thread slip into the same topic the "SS not for Kids" thread, but it would be redundant.