You reckon it's been bred as a publicity stunt for the upcoming spin-off series, then?
I just hope they don't reinterpret it as "just wanting to be loved" like the angsty dalek.

Or to quote Bill Bailey:

We must stop the destruction of the planet,
We need trees, not fac-trees.
Otherwise the creatures of this earth will take back what is rightfully theirs.
You know of whom I speak.
They are listening. They have ears.
Some of them have ears on their knees.

They will rise up, and reclaim this world.
They will take us and they'll make us,
human slaves, in an insect nation!
Arr-arrrr-arruuaarrrr!
Human slaves, in an insect nation!
Arr-arrrr-arruuaarrrr!
Human slaves, in an insect nation!
Arr-arrrr-arruuaarrrr!
Human slaves, in an insect nation.

The locus squats upon the leaf.
He's just biding his time.
The human world that he surveys,
he thinks one day all this will be mi-ee-i-ee-ine...

The spiders, are not insects,
but in a war they will side with the insects.
Traitors, traitors, spider traitors,
they'll betray us, and they'll make us...
human slaves, in an insect nation!
Arr-arrrr-arruuaarrrr!
Human slaves, in an insect nation!
Narr-arrrr-arruuaarrrr!
Human slaves, in an insect nation!
Arr-arrrr-arruuaarrrr!
Human slaves, in an insect nation...

Where did we all go wrong?
The insects used to be our brothers.
Along came pesticide,
and on that day our friendship died.
And pouring boiling water down ants' nests,
couldn't have helped.

We have betrayed the trust,
of the bee and the locust.
Out there are some angry bugs.
Too many salted slugs.
When will the madness end?

We can find, if we look inside,
a different world we thought we'd lost.
But if we look we're sure to find it,
in the place we thought it was.
It must be here, it's here somewhere,
I only put it down just now.
A kind of world that's not unkind,
but if we look we're sure to find it
There it is... no that's not it,
just behind it, next one down.
Keep going, behind the pringles.
Next one down... shelf, next shelf down,
that's it.

Then I know that I'll be free,
Cos I'll have found the insect in me.
The insect in me!

What about the worms?
They're eyeing up your car, yeah.
How can a worm drive a car you say?
Two on the pedals, two on the wheel,
one on the A to Z.
It could happen!

What about the crabs? Forgot about them.
Sideways..... quizzlings!

They will take us and they'll make us...
human slaves, in an insect nation!
Arr-arrrr-arruuaarrrr!
Human slaves, in an insect nation!
Arr-arrrr-arruuaarrrr!
Human slaves, in an insect nation!
Arr-arrrr-arruuaarrrr!
Human slaves, in an insect na...aaa...aaaa...tion


Andrew.
*laughs*

Bill Bailey is excellent :)

Reminds me of the Simpsons episode (there's one for every occasion, I'm sure) where Homer goes into space and accidentally lets loose a jar full of ants and the world things that ants are taking over. HAIL ANTS.
"I, for one, welcome our new alien insect overlords" or somesuch...

Andrew.
it is not a scanning error!

It is a new race of super-nuclear-genenged-insect-king type things!
It's just like 'Them!' :)

These outsized insects will be doomed when the alien cat hordes invade the planet. Anything with wings will be seen as a plaything or worse - lunch!

God, I'm starting to sound like Ed. (Sorry, couldn't resist)
No, that was the cat's food bowl. He merely emptied the water bowl on the grounds that the cat wasn't drinking any water at that moment, and therefore didn't want any.
I have no idea. It may be related to him pulling the fuse from the lighting circuit of his flat. I've no idea why he's been doing that either, although happily he seems to have stopped.
He threw a guitar pick down my bog last week, said there was strange writing on my (powered down) computer screeb, said there was a strange man behind me and said his keys had teleported away.

I don't understand either!