Stargate fans were threatening to march on the Sky TV HQ today, after it emerged that the nincompoops in charge of scheduling had screwed them over - again!
The Universe series of the franchise, starring popular Scots actor Robert Carlyle, has been airing on Tuesday evenings at 9pm as part of a sci-fi double bill with Fringe at 10pm.
But the show has mysteriously disappeared from tonight's schedule.
Said Craig Eejit, of the organisation, Sci-Fi Fans Do It - Honest, told us: "This is getting out of hand - they really have screwed up this time... wankers!
"It's only a couple of weeks since they missed because of Thanksgiving in the US - and that was just a few weeks after they stopped showing new episodes and re-broadcast the opening ones.
"Well, we're not prepared to take this cavalier attitude to our feelings any more - they think they can mess around with our favourites because we will come back again and again.
"Well, some of us are planning to go down there - Brentford, is it? - and give them a piece of our minds!
"We'll be home in time for Fringe though!"