Many people know that there is a (3×3) nine lemma in category theory. There is also apparently a sixteen lemma, as used in a paper on the arXiv (see page 24). There might be a twenty-five lemma, as it's mentioned satirically on Wikipedia's nine lemma page.
Are the 4×4 and 5×5 lemmas true? Is there an n×n lemma? How about even more generally, if I have an infinity × infinity commutative diagram with all columns and all but one row exact, is the last row exact too? For all of these, if they are true, what are their exact statements, and if they are false, what are counterexamples?
Note: There are a few possibilities for what infinity × infinity means -- e.g., it could be Z×Z indexed or N×N indexed. Also, in the N×N case, there are some possibilities on which way arrows point and which row is concluded to be exact.