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Sunday, February 8th, 2004
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I was watching a Doctor Who episode on TV just now. And 3/4 way through, they switched to a different Doctor Who episode. I mean, in mid-episode, it switched. I am really confused, and going to sleep.
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[User Picture]From: basalt
2004-02-08 12:10 am (UTC)
was it like... right in the middle of the show? or did it return from commercial break to a totally different episode? lol
I think I might freak out if that happened since.. I'm often questioning my own sanity in situations like that hahaha
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[User Picture]From: kvance
2004-02-08 10:53 am (UTC)

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It was *right* in the middle of the show. (This was on PBS, so there were no commercials) It would have been even worse if my roommate wasn't there to confirm that it really did switch to another episode, and that I actually was sane.
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From: zztzed
2004-02-08 04:00 am (UTC)
I have a somewhat-related story:

When I was but a wee zed (like, fifth grade), I was reading some Goosebumps book that had something to do with time travel -- I think it was The Cuckoo Clock of Doom. Right in the middle of the book, there was a misprint (well, I assume it was a misprint; it could've been intentional) and some of the pages I had just read were reprinted.

Suffice it to say that to my simple little fifth-grade mind, that was way more terrifying than I think Goosebumps was actually supposed to be. Especially considering that the name of the main character in the book was also Michael.
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[User Picture]From: kvance
2004-02-08 10:55 am (UTC)

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Heh, how appropriate for a book about time-travel. Actually, MPT has done that to Doctor Who *twice* on separate occasions. In the middle of an episode, it'll just jump back 15 minutes. At first we thought it was part of the show, but after it kept going... heh.
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