If you are some sort of project manager, and your plan's timetable apparently rests on the assumption that nothing will ever go wrong with testing and that even if everything goes right that processes will run faster than they ever have in any test environment, you don't get to be surprised when you run out of time because things failed and took awhile. You're not allowed. Being surprised in this instance may not be technically illegal, but it is immoral and you should be ashamed. I'm just joshing. I know you have no shame.