Bokman, having received a Space-Time telegram, pauses in his attempt to chat up Zoe and moves to a microphone.

"Ahem. Testing, testing, check one, check two... good. If I could have your attention please, I've got an announcement.

"I don't want to jinx it, but I'm pretty sure I'm now going to be a published author. A short story I submitted has just been accepted for Amnesty International's DOCTOR WHO LifeDeath charity anthology, which I understand will be released in July [2001]. The story will be called 'Something Terribly Important' by Evan Waters - that's me - and I'm telling you in advance just so you'll know it's the truth and not me picking something out of the table of contents. I'm kinda psyched. Remember, it's for a good cause, and I'd love to hear from you guys on what you think of my story if you get around to reading it. Thank you for listening."

Finished, he turns back to Zoe and says "Did I mention that you're in it?"

Furry little Nyctolops claps her hands in glee.

This announcement briefly distracts Philip from his impatient watching-of-Doctors. Looking over in Bokman's direction, he gives a "thumbs-up" gesture, and his appearence changes again; the coat, shirt and waistcoat are replaced by a white "Reading University Amnesty International Group" t-shirt.

Having indicated his approval, Philip turns back to the assembled Doctors, and his clothes switch back to their previous appearance.

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