I expect better from the Swiss, but mistakes happen. We can forgive them. It's just a silly clock.But wait, the story gets better. The countdown clock was not the only London Olympics-related event on Monday night, as the first episode of BBC Four's new television program Twenty Twelve, also premiered. Twenty Twelve is a mockumentary about people who work for the "Olympic Deliverance Commission" (presumably based on the real-life London Organising Committe of the Olympic Games), who are tasked with putting on the games without a hitch. As mockumentaries go, such as The Office, the protagonists are bumbling fools who are in over their heads. In the first episode, they work to install a giant countdown clock, designed by a famous arist, in front of the Tate Modern. Sound familiar? I bet you can't guess what happens next. Their clock has an intrinsical design flaw and stops working, thus stirring up a PR mess for the main characters. Yes, this episode aired the night before the exact same thing happened in real life. What are the odds?!