Could have been a power glitch that knocked out the custom media switcher chip (made by NEC) which co-ordinates all the audio and video files - or maybe some minor drive corruption that resulted in garbage to the chip? Do you have your TiVo running on a UPS?
Might be worth running mfscheck (kickstart 57) if it happens again.
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