It still doesn't fall under fair use as they are still using some one else's property in a non-transformative way, that was not educational or a parody. If there is a problem with the law then act on that. But I'll not take CBS to task for operating within the bounds of the law and protecting their property. Any more than I get mad at Deviant Art artists who take down all their art because its constantly getting stolen and reposted elsewhere with no credit or compensation. With due respect to Stage 9 they did not own the intellectual property they were recreating.