The Five PMs to do a skit on Doctor Who

Funny story written by IainB

Wednesday, 12 October 2011

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The Fifth PM

Prime Minister, David Cameron has reluctantly allowed Nick Clegg to take part in a Children's In Need special entitled "The Five Prime Ministers".

The ten minute sketch is a comedy take on the popular Doctor Who episode The Five Doctors in which Peter Davison meets up with his former incarnations William Hartnell, Patrick Troughton, Jon Pertwee and Tom Baker.

"I originally wanted Margret to play the fifth Prime Minister," said Cameron. "However, she felt that this was beneath her, for charity and far to popular an idea."

This left Cameron with a dilemma. There are only five living Prime Ministers, Margret Thatcher, John Major, Tony Blair, Gordon Brown and, of course, David Cameron.

"Without Margret it would have been the four Prime Ministers, and that wouldn't have made sense," said Cameron.

In order to make up the numbers, Nick Clegg was drafted in.

"Because it's a coalition," said Clegg, "they've decided I make an honorary Prime Minister. I'm extremely pleased that they even considered me. There was talk of digging up Harold Wilson due to him looking the same now as he did when in power. I think this is the first time in my adult life I've not been overlooked."

In the original Doctor Who episode, it took the combined brains of all five doctors to save the universe. In the sketch, it will take the combined brains of all four Prime Ministers and Nick Clegg to save the world from economic melt down.

"It's going to be fun," said Cameron. "Please donate to Children In Need, as half of the money will be going to prop up Ireland."

The funny story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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