'Doctor Who' and 'Power Rangers' stars goof off in NASA Mission Control: Watch

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What happens when you take a couple Doctors from "Doctor Who," add two Power Rangers, throw in Agent Pierce from "24" and put them all in NASA's original mission control? You get one of the most bizarre videos you'll ever see.

"Doctor Who" stars Colin Baker and Paul McGann attended Houston's ComicPalooza Comic Festival in May, along with former "Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers" Austin St. John and Walter Jones, and "24's" Glenn Morshower. Before the convention kicked off, they were all invited to the city's NASA headquarters, where they were given a VIP tour that included a stop at Mission Control.

While there, the five has a little fun goofing around in the area, and made a video. Take a look above (via Bleeding Cool) and enjoy. When will you ever see secret service agents, Time Lords and Power Rangers interacting again?
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