You can get your own mask version of Doctor Who's most terrifying villains right here, just in time for Halloween, but whatever you do -- don't blink.
BBC News made a bit of a blunder in a newscast about violence in Syria last week, accidentally replacing the logo of the United Nations Security Council with the insignia of another UNSC -- Halo's United Nations Space Command -- in what appears to be a lazy use of Google Image Search.
"BBC News makes every effort to ensure the accuracy of all images broadcast, however very occasionally mistakes do happen," the BBC said in a statement. "Unfortunately an incorrect logo was used during a segment on last week's News at One bulletin and we apologise to viewers for the mistake."
To be fair, the two UNSCs are practically the same anyway, except that one is fictional and operates in space. And BBC News is certainly not the first news network to inadvertently add a little science fiction to its reporting via Google Images.
A new Virgin Media commercial featuring David Tennant and a time machine has drawn a takedown request from the BBC for playing a little too much on Tennant's tenure on Doctor Who.
Although Tennant appears as himself and not as the Tenth Doctor, the ad does show the Doctor Who logo on his TiVo just before a time travel accident involving Virgin founder Richard Branson.
"We should ensure that the BBC brand is not used to endorse outside companies or organisations," the BBC said in a statement. "We can achieve this by ensuring commercial advertising, promotion and press releases by outside companies do not give the impression of BBC endorsement, and advertising does not 'pass off' BBC programmes."
Are they overreacting, or is this a blatant attempt to capitalize on the popularity of Doctor Who?