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Item #: SCP-XXXX

Object Class: Safe

Special Containment Procedures: SCP-XXXX is to be kept in a standard containment locker. MTF Pi-6 ("Couch Potatoes") has been assigned to locating and apprehending any of the production crew and producers listed in the credits of SCP-XXXX. All captured crew members are to be brought to the nearest Foundation site for questioning.

Description: SCP-XXXX is a DVD set for a television series named "Tree Hospital", in which each cast member is a tree performing as human doctors, nurses, patients, legal attorneys, and civilians.

SCP-XXXX contains two discs with twelve episodes each. Every episode is approximately 24 minutes in length, similar to other television series of the same genre. On the front cover of the case, the title "Tree Hospital: Season Two" is printed on the top, with four different species of tree occupying the space below it. Two of the trees in the background are dressed in casual attire, while the trees in the foreground are wearing garb common among hospital staff (one in blue scrubs, the other in a white medical jacket and green scrubs). The back cover has the following text:

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SCP-XXXX's anomalous traits manifest whenever anyone views any of the twenty-four episodes of the set. During the viewing, certain moments of the episode will cause the viewer(s) to notice a plot inconsistency in reference to an episode in the first season of the series. The reason for this is unclear, as an extensive investigation has concluded that no first season of the series has ever been aired on television or sold on DVD/Blu-ray. However, each viewer has reported identical inconsistencies across all episodes of SCP-XXXX.

Viewing Log XXXX.3: The following is a series of excerpts from a viewing conducted by Dr. Gabriela Paite. All comments documented were made by D-10927 as he watched the third episode from SCP-XXXX's first disc unless otherwise stated.

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Approximately ten minutes after the viewing, Dr. Paite conducted an interview with D-10927, discussing his complaints with the episode he watched. He expressed grief and disinterest in continuing testing of SCP-XXXX, stating "the whole thing is just Swiss cheese" and that it was difficult to continue. This reaction has been concluded to be a natural occurrence, as opposed to an effect caused by SCP-XXXX.

It is worth noting that D-10927 never once questioned the method of locomotion or speech from the actors in SCP-XXXX, despite each cast member being an otherwise natural tree. Further testing for overlooked anomalous properties is pending.