BBC Scotland is hosting a TV debate tonight between six Scottish party leaders.
But the debate isn't being shown live, so as soon as BuzzFeed News arrived in host city Aberdeen, people voiced their suspicion of potential "hoojeemeflips".
You see, some SNP voters think the BBC is biased against independence, so they sense foul play.
One thought the BBC was trying to help "creepy" Jim Murphy, the Scottish Labour leader.
But it was the deceit that Jim Robertson couldn't accept.
Then people started cruelly teasing the conspiracy theorists.
They suggested people tune in on the MI5 website.
And started tweeting what was (or possibly was not) happening during the debate recording.
They claimed there was violence.
That David Coburn performed a series of elaborate dances.
Including one harrowing jig involving Cornettos.
What really happened? Tune in to find out.
Jamie Ross is a Scotland reporter for BuzzFeed News and is based in Edinburgh.
Contact Jamie Ross at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Got a confidential tip? Submit it here.