There was consternation amongst the kings of Science Fiction geekery, when not one, but two Doctor Whos appeared on the BBC's charity flagship show, Children in Need.
David Tennant, and Peter Davison both appeared in the show, which also included The Spice Women, Take that Robbie Williams, West (No Bryan) Life, and Boy (With Ronan 'I have a mortgage to pay' keating) Zone, and a number of well respected newsreaders in tights.
Simon Fi (or Si-Fi to all of this cyber-mates) said: 'This has come as a complete shock to us. It is rare enough to see Doctor Who in a prime-time slot (he has never seen BBC3), but to see two together is unheard of, at least in my fifteen hundred lifetimes. I don't know what effect it will have on the space time continuum, but I know that it can't be a good one'.
We tried to explain to Mr Fi that Tennant and Davison are simply actors, but he refused to believe us. He was on a forum with five hundred members, discussing this new worry, black holes, and the forthcoming new X Files film.
A spokesman for the Doctor Who Fan-club said: 'We love these people, they provide us with a job, but I just wish that they would try to get out of the house more'.